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Northglenn (1959, 5,460 feet) is a city of over 30,000 with curvilinear residential streets laid out according to a master plan by the Denver city planning firm of Harman, O'Donnell and Henninger. The original community focal point, the Riverdale Grange Hall (1909), has been moved to neighboring Thornton and replaced as the activity center by the Northglenn Mall (1968), 10590 Melody Drive and I-25. The Earl Stonehocker Farm-house (1901), 3190 East 112th Avenue, was preceded by the earlier frame homestead house across the ditch.

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Author: 
Thomas J. Noel

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