LS: History Here and Now Column February 20, 2009

Cowboy Charlie Glass thundered down Grand Junction’s dirt roads

JOSEPHINE DICKEY’S FAMILY at their home on Kimball Avenue. Standing left to right are Helen, Josephine and her father, Wes. Middle row, left to right: Marjorie, her mother, Helen, and Dorothy. Front row, William Wesley III, Theodor, on mother’s lap, and Myrtle Irene.



022009 DICKEY history

JOSEPHINE DICKEY’S FAMILY at their home on Kimball Avenue. Standing left to right are Helen, Josephine and her father, Wes. Middle row, left to right: Marjorie, her mother, Helen, and Dorothy. Front row, William Wesley III, Theodor, on mother’s lap, and Myrtle Irene.

Second in a four-part series about Josephine Dickey’s family history in Grand Junction. In the early to mid-1900s, the Mesa County sheriff would meet every black that came to town,…




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