Eli P. Metcalf

Eli P. Metcalf (1883-1887)

Was born in Gilsum, New Hampshire, and moved to Boulder as a young man. A prominent businessman, he operated a meat market at 13th and Pearl Streets in the 1870's and was a partner in mining and ranching operations at the Walker Ranch on Flagstaff Mountain in the 1880's.
At the time of his election, he operated a livery stable, "Whitney & Metcalf", Boulder.

Following his service as Sheriff, Mr. Metcalf was elected to represent citizens as a town alderman.

Eli Metcalf and his Wife Margaret are buried in Boulder's Columbia Cemetery.


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