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Garland City – a case of planned obsolescence

by Nancy Christofferson GARLAND CITY — There but for the grace of God . . . Back in 1876-77 when the Denver and Rio Grande Railway was busy putting little towns on the map (and taking them off), the railroad officials announced the terminus of the line west would be a place called Garland City
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