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Lands End Hill Climb July 1952
Robert Grant

Lands End Hill Climb Photos From the Past

The Lands End Hill Climb has entertained racers and crowds for decades. Take a look back at the 50s through the lens of Grand Junction photographer Robert Grant with these images of a Lands End Hill Climb.

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Grand Junction Aerial Photos of Yesterday – Robert Grant Pictures

What did Grand Junction look like from above back in 1957? Take a look at a handful of Robert Grant's aerial photos from the 1950's and '60's.

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Hard Working Grand Junction Residents Through the Years [VIDEOS]

Grand Junction residents are known for being a hard working group of people. Let's face it, life on the Western Slope can have its challenges, and it takes some tough cookies to get things done. Check out a few videos comprised of Robert Grant photos, showing just how hard Western Colorado works.

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Grand Junction Photographer Robert Grant’s Photos from World War II [VIDEO]

Shortly after he began his career as photographer at the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, Robert Grant enlisted in the United States Army and departed for a 3 1/2 year tour in Asia. This Memorial Day, take a moment to view never before seen photos from a lifelong Grand Junction resident documenting his tour of duty during the second World War.

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Grand Junction's Goofy Gal drive in
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Another Grand Junction Business We Need Back Right Away

If you were in Grand Junction back in the 1970s, you remember Dean's Drive In. If you were around in the 1950s, you can remember what that same location was called before it was known as Dean's. Somebody needs to bring back Grand Junction's "Goofy Gal" right away.

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Presidents in Grand Junction montage
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All of the US Presidents Who Visited Grand Junction

Over the years, several Presidents have dropped by Grand Junction to say "hi." Take a look at the better part of 70 years of Presidents, and a first lady or two, or three, visiting Western Colorado.

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Did You Collect ‘Your Bob Grant Calendars’?

For decades the free Bob Grant calendar was a fixture at offices and homes around Western Colorado. Take a look back at "Your 1975 Bob Grant Calendar."

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1950's downtown Grand Junction
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More Western Colorado Winter Photos From the 1940s & 50s – Robert Grant

Take a look back at Grand Junction and Western Colorado winters of the 1940s and 50s through the lens of Robert Grant. From ice skating to aerial shots, see what the region looked like 70 years ago.

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Robert Grant Photos – Western Colorado Winters of the 1940’s & 50’s [VIDEO]

While snow really hasn't rolled in yet this Winter, at least not in the lower valley, you know it's coming soon. Take a look back at Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade, and Ouray, during the Winters of the 1940's and 50's, through the lens of late Daily Sentinel photographer Robert Grant.

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Grand Junction dogs
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How Did This Western Colorado Photographer Pull This Off?

Have you ever tried to get your dog to hold still for one second while you attempted to snap a photo? Impossible, isn't it? How did this Grand Junction photographer manage to get six puppies to sit still and say "cheese" long enough to pull off these shots?

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