CTF E-Newsletter January, 2018

In 1935 ownership of an unused, thirteen year old church was transferred to the American Legion, Greybull Post 32 in exchange for one dollar.  The little church became Legion Hall.  The humble wood framed building never hosted a noteworthy event or person.  It has no remarkable architectural attributes.  It was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 2014 because of its contribution to the development of Greybull’s social order between the years 1935 to 1995.  An old World War Two veteran said it best:  “No one did any thing in Greybull without the blessing of the American Legion.  Hell, you couldn’t even have a baby without the  blessing of the Legion.  Everything was decided in Legion Hall.”