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Crossan’s Market in Yampa

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This 1930s photo shows Crossan’s Market after it was purchased by the Mongomery family in 1935. It later was sold to Robert Crossan and then repurchased by Joe Mongtomery in 1964, when the store closed and was turned into a storage space. Yampa Historical Museum/courtesy

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Wendy Moreau, Yampa resident and curator of Yampa Historical Museum, and Jeff Drust, Friends of Crossan’s president, stand in front of the Crossan's Market building in Yampa. The Friends of Crossan’s hope to restore the historic building in downtown and preserve part of the town's rich history in the process. Photo by John F. Russell

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Wendy Moreau, Yampa resident and curator of Yampa Historical Museum, shows off some of the items that were found inside the Crossan’s Market building. The Friends of Crossan’s group is hoping to restore the historic building in downtown and preserve part of the town’s rich history in the process. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jeff Drust, Yampa Town Board member and Friends of Crossan's president, has been a major force in restoring the Crossan's Market building. Photo by John F. Russell

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Jeff Drust holds some old soda bottles that were found inside the Crossan’s Market building. Drust is president of the Friends of Crossan's a group that is hoping to restore the historic building in downtown. Photo by John F. Russell

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Vintage signs still hang from the ceiling of the Crossan's Market building in downtown Yampa. Photo by John F. Russell

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Vintage crates line the shelved inside the Crossan's Market building in Yampa. Photo by John F. Russell

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Wendy Moreau, Yampa resident and curator of Yampa Historical Museum, talks about what it would mean to restore the Crossan's Market building, which is directly across the street from the museum. Photo by John F. Russell

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Most people in Yampa realize that the Crossan's Market building, which was built in 1903 and operated as a market until 1964, has seen better days. The Friends of Crossan's are a group of Yampa residents who are working to restore the building. Photo by John F. Russell

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This early 1900’s photo was taken outside Buck & Son in downtown Yampa. The building, which now is called Crossan’s Market, is being restored by a group called Friends of Crossan’s. Yampa Historical Museum/courtesy

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This 1903 or 1904 photo shows Bell, Canant & Clark Mercantile, now Crossan's Market, in Yampa. Yampa Historical Museum/courtesy

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The town of Yampa is shown here in the 1920s. Crossan's Market is located in the top left corner of the main intersection. Yampa Historical Museum/courtesy

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Gregory Wells 5 months ago

Went to school in Yampa, this store should be restored! If I still lived in the area I would be helping in the restoration!

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