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The Nettleton-Mead Home is a historic house in Greeley, Colorado. It’s on the National Register of Historic Places.

The home was built-in 1872 for Edwin S. Nettleton, part of the Union Colony of Colorado who designed canals. When Nettleton died in 1901, the home was acquired by Alexander Mead. His daughter, Ella Mead, would be a female physician who “established among the first contraception clinics” within the U . s . States in 1920.

The home was created within the Italianate architectural style. It’s been on the National Register of Historic Places since April 2, 2002.