Back in the 1800s Cheeseman Park was a cemetery. By the late 1880s the cemetery was rarely used and in great disrepair. The US Congress gave permission to change it to a park. So graves had been relocated, burials suspended, and plans for a beautiful park were in development. Named for water baron Walter S. Cheeseman, who donated the park’s pavilion in 1910, this neighborhood includes the area between northbound Josephine, the renowned Colfax, 8th Avenue, and Corona.
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