Early homesteaders who served as Littleton's first school teachers.
Farming family; Alonzo Babcock served as a U.S. Marshall and deputy sheriff.
Five unmarried sisters who owned a popular local dairy farm.
Early Littleton family; prominent in the history of the town. Edwin A. Bemis was editor of the local newspaper.
Local architect who designed the Town Hall building, the Carnegie Library and other structures in Littleton and the Denver area.
The Bowles family held large land holdings west of the Platte River.
Known for their famous cheese factory.
Owned land where Chatfield Dam is now located.
Clark Cozens was a Littleton carpenter and builder.
Dr. Crocker arrived in Littleton in 1890; his wife Martha Crocker was instrumental in the founding of the city's first library.