These 15 Houses In Colorado From The 1930s Will Open Your Eyes To A Different Time

Like many of you, I grew up hearing stories of my grandparent’s childhood. I loved hearing about the old family farm, how they’d walk miles each day to go to school or church, etc. One part of their recollections that I always had a hard time picturing were their childhood homes and the fact that they didn’t have indoor plumbing or electricity. As you can imagine, when I came across these 15 pictures my jaw literally dropped at just how much the world has changed between the 1930s and now:

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Did you grow up in Colorado during the 1930’s? Please share your memories in the comments!