Larimer may refer to:


  • Larimer County, Colorado
  • Larimer Township, Somerset County, Pennsylvania
  • Larimer (Pittsburgh), a neighborhood in city of Pittsburgh
  • Larimer Memorial Library, Palatka, Florida, on the National Register of Historic Places
  • 12073 Larimer, an asteroid


  • David G. Larimer (born 1944), United States federal judge
  • Smith Larimer (1828-1881), American Civil War Medal of Honor recipient
  • William Larimer, Jr. (1809–1875), Kansas state senator and founder of the city of Denver

Other articles related to "larimer":

Betsy Markey - Local Activism
... Markey served as President of the Board of Directors of the Food Bank for Larimer County ... As Chair of the Larimer County Democratic Party she oversaw a large expansion in the role the party played in Northern Colorado ... Markey also founded the Larimer County Democratic Business Coalition, a network of small business owners in the community ...
David G. Larimer
... Larimer (born 1944) is a United States federal judge ... Born in Rochester, New York, Larimer received a B.A ... In the following years, Larimer worked as an assistant U.S ...
Smith Larimer - Biography
... Born on March 17, 1829, in Richland County, Ohio, Larimer enlisted in the Army from Columbus ... Larimer's official Medal of Honor citation reads Larimer died at age 51 on February 20, 1881, and was buried in Mansfield, Ohio ...
History Of Larimer County, Colorado (book)
... History of Larimer County, Colorado is a work of history published in 1911 by Ansel Watrous ... The book was the first published comprehensive history of Larimer County, Colorado in the United States ...
Larimer Memorial Library
... Larimer Memorial Library is a historic library at 216 Reid Street in Palatka, Florida, United States ... the Arts Council of Greater Palatka in 1992, and renamed the Larimer Arts Center ...