120 years: 1922

A huge crowd shows up for the dedication of the Moyer Natatorium at Lincoln Park. BELOW: The outside and inside of The Daily Sentinel, which opens new offices along Main Street.



Residents of Grand Junction receive a gift from Ida and William Moyer in 1922. The Moyer Natatorium at Lincoln Park is dedicated as 5,000 people look on. Dalton Trumbo’s sister, Catherine, is the first child to jump into the water.

The Daily Sentinel moves into its beautiful new offices on Main Street.

Washington School, at Ninth and Hill, is built by Grand Junction High School shop students.

The first citywide vaccination of schoolchildren is administered by Dr. E.H. Munro.


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