Black and white photos of Grand Junction and the surrounding area have continued to resurface over the last few years. These images come from late Grand Junction photographer Robert Grant.
Who Can We Thank for Grand Junction ‘Vandalism’ From the 1950s?
Do you remember Grand Junction's Chief Drive-In? Do you recall this dastardly act? Well, this goes back to the 1950s, so it probably outdates almost all of us. Who's behind this?
Grand Junction Folks Simply Enjoying Life – Robert Grant Photos
Please enjoy a short gallery featuring Grand Junction residents simply enjoying their lives and having fun. All images are from photographer Robert Grant.
Car Crashes from the 1950s Around Western Colorado (Photos)
Sooner or later it happens to most of us - a fender bender involving another motorist. Even in Grand Junction and the Mesa County area of the 1950s people found themselves in the occasional jam. Check out these auto accidents of the late 1950s.
Grand Junction Looking Mighty Cold in the late 1940s – Bob Grant Photos
Are you prepared for another Grand Junction winter? Things are about to get chilly. Chosen completely at random, enjoy 14 Bob Grant photos from the late 1940s that look mighty cold.
LOOK: Grand Junction Father & Son Photos World War I & II
Please take a moment to reflect upon a handful of images captured by two lifelong Grand Junction residents, a father, and son, during their tours of duty in World War I and World War II.
Feel Like a Time Traveler with These Grand Junction Colorado Business Signs
Do you recall the old Mesa Drug sign? How about the giant City Market banners taking up half the side of the store? Check out these Robert Grant photos of Grand Junction area business signs from the 1940s and 50s.
23 Classic Photos of Grand Junction Colorado Peeps Having Fun
Here we go again. Enjoy 23 Robert Grant photos, selected completely at random, showcasing Grand Junction and Western Colorado folks simply enjoying their lives.
Who Was Grand Junction Colorado’s Photographer Robert Grant?
Black and white photos of Grand Junction and the surrounding area have continued to resurface over the last few years. These images come from late Daily Sentinel photographer Robert Grant. Who was Bob Grant?
Look Back on These Vintage ‘Cowboy’ Films Shot in Colorado + Utah
Did you know some of your favorite movies from the 1940s, 50s, and '60s were filmed in Western Colorado and Eastern Utah? Grand Junction Daily Sentinel photographer Bob Grant had a chance to shoot a few photos from these movie sets.
Photos from Grand Junction Colorado’s Past Features Crazy Fashions
You sure can date a photo by the clothing people wear. Take a trip back in time with these Grand Junction fashionistas of yesteryear.