Nettleton–Mead House

Fort Collins/Loveland, United States

Nettleton–Mead House

The Nettleton–Mead House is a historic house in Greeley, Colorado. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The house was built in 1872 for Edwin S. Nettleton, a member of the Union Colony of Colorado who designed canals. When Nettleton died in 1901, the house was acquired by Alexander Mead. His daughter, Ella Mead, was a female physician who "established one of the first birth control clinics" in the United States in 1920.

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