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A photo of the home of the Hogans Family, Dubois Wyoming 1930. This was the log home my mother and her sisters and parents lived in from about 1928 to 1936.
A photo of Angles Lodge, Togwotee Pass Lodge. Taken about 1950
Early photo of Dubois, Wyoming taken from cemetery hill looking southwest
A photo of Kathryn Hogans and her sisters Francis, Jeanette, Mildred, Aggie and Carol
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A photo of Permelia Marsh Richards and John Rush Richards. This photo was taken in Laramie, Wyoming. The John Samuel Richards family lived at Tie Siding, Wyoming.
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A photo of the family of John A Mast and Celeste Thees Mast. Sons from left to right: William Jeremy, Charles Napoleon, John A Mast II, and Millard Lamont Mast.
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A photo of Janet Nazer (little girl, still living) and her dad, Jack Nazer, deceased: This is me (Janet Nazer), with my dad on the lawn south of our house. The two windows are for the kitchen (left), and porch (right).
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Jack Costelnic Nazer
around Jul 27, 1911 - around May 21, 2003
Powell, WY, United States
Cheyenne, Wyo.--Indian and cowboy have buried the hatchet and smoked the pipe of peace
This is a photo of Medicine Bow, Wyoming added by Ancient Faces on January 5, 2012.
This is a photo of Medicine Bow, Wyoming added by Ancient Faces on January 5, 2012.
The Dunlap Ranch in Gillette, Campbell County Wyoming.This is a picture of the homestead cabin, probably taken in the 1940's. (The photo is of the west side of the cabin and the front south of the cabin.)
Capt. Harold E. Whittet in Cheyenne, Wyoming...he was a Catholic Priest, musician and singer. During WWII, Father Whittet served as a chaplain in the Phillipines. He was born in 1901 in Redwood Falls, Minnesota. His obituary ran in the LA Times, where he died October 11, 1989. Photo found in the Miss Jessie May Antique Store in Santa Cruz, CA. I am not related to the subject in the photo.
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handwritten on photo "John C Phillips, my mother's brother...Dorothy Johnson Phelps..." Photo found in an antique store.
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"Will you send this back to me and I will send you another..taken in Cheyenne, Wyoming...Floyd Taylor, 1919 age 19.." handwritten on photo Photo found in an antique store. I am not related to the fellow in the photo.
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Lavon Osmond Harmon was born on December 15th, 1909 in Fairview Uinta, Wyoming and died on May 29th, 1994 in Hayward Ca.
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My Dad, Ernie Triscik, with his buddies, Gilbert Alvord, and Doyle Medus, cooking the fish they caught on the Snake River near Afton, Wyoming. Gil, in the middle, was the foster son of Edgar Apperson. Edgar was a friend of my Dad’s and was always reminiscing about his early years and the invention of the Apperson Jack Rabbit. At age 24, Edgar, his brother Elmer,and Elwood Haynes, put a gasoline powered marine engine onto a buggy and invented one of the world’s first “horseless carriages.” The Haynes-Apperson Company was opened in Kokomo, Indiana on May 24, 1898 when they decided they could sell these cars to the public. The first year the small company sold nearly a dozen automobiles. In 1901, the Apperson brothers decided to move in a new direction with their own company, the Apperson Brothers Automobile Company. The most successful model was the Apperson Jack Rabbit cars, developed in 1908.
Photo of an unknown man taken in Cheyenne Wyoming by Charles Durbin Kirkland photography studios. C.D. Kirkland operated a studio in Cheyenne for many years, beginning in 1881. He was known for taking many photos of the West.
Cowboys roping a gray wolf on a round up in Wyoming Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress, Grabill, John C. H., photographer Note: All I can say is, awww the poor wolf. But it was a different time . . .
A native American and a cowboy in 1907 Wyoming. Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress, stereograph
I believe that this photo was taken in Wyoming. This photo is one of many found in a series of old early 1900's Badger Gem family scrapbooks that were donated anonymously by a family in Green Valley Arizona. These photos seem to be of select areas including Southern California, Chico, Coronado San Diego, Long Beach Pasadena, Yellowstone National Park, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Wyoming and the Continental Divide.
Unknown mystery photo of a family which I believe is from Wyoming. This photo is one of many found in a series of old early 1900's Badger Gem family scrapbooks that were donated anonymously by a family in Green Valley Arizona. These photos seem to be of select areas including Southern California, Chico, Coronado San Diego, Long Beach Pasadena, Yellowstone National Park, Colorado, Wyoming and the Continental Divide.
Do you recognize anyone in this family photo? This photo is one of many found in a series of old early 1900's Badger Gem family scrapbooks that were donated anonymously by a family in Green Valley Arizona. These photos seem to be of select areas including Southern California, Chico, Coronado San Diego, Long Beach Pasadena, Yellowstone National Park, Colorado, Wyoming and the Continental Divide.
Unknown family photo taken in Wyoming I believe. This photo is one of many found in a series of old early 1900's Badger Gem family scrapbooks that were donated anonymously by a family in Green Valley Arizona. These photos seem to be of select areas including Southern California, Chico, Coronado San Diego, Long Beach Pasadena, Yellowstone National Park, Colorado, Wyoming and the Continental Divide.
Photo of an unknown family in Wyoming. This photo is one of many found in a series of old early 1900's Badger Gem family scrapbooks that were donated anonymously by a family in Green Valley Arizona. These photos seem to be of select areas including Southern California, Chico, Coronado San Diego, Long Beach Pasadena, Yellowstone National Park, Colorado, Wyoming and the Continental Divide.
I believe that this photo is of an unknown farm in Wyoming. This photo is one of many found in a series of old early 1900's Badger Gem family scrapbooks that were donated anonymously by a family in Green Valley Arizona. These photos seem to be of select areas including Southern California, Chico, Coronado San Diego, Long Beach Pasadena, Yellowstone National Park, Colorado, Wyoming and the Continental Divide.
picture given to king family from other side of king family names on back frank king, chester [Chet] king family gather before separting for ever
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Plains Cheif - they didn't use metal until early 1900's. guessing date. found in old family bible. with only writing of great great grandfather. not to be seen again until 45 years later in same old bible.
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This is a photo of Rupp's store ads added by William Bruner on May 12, 2008.
Get the Habit of Trading at Rupp's Busy Corner and Save Dollars - Worland Wyoming.
An advertisement for A. G. Rupp's store in Worland, Wyoming.
The Ferris Mansion, listed on the National Register of Historic Places 11/1/82 The historical significance of the building lies with its association with George Ferris, one of Wyoming's more prominent businessmen. He gained statewide political prominence as a member of the House in the 1873 and 1875 Territorial Legislative Assemblies and as a delegate to the Wyoming Constitutional Convention from Carbon County. By the time ground was broken in 1899 for his house overlooking Rawlins, Ferris had acquired sole ownership of the Ferris-Haggarty mine in the Grand Encampment copper mining district and was at the zenith of his financial success. Designed by an architect nationally known for opulent houses, this small mansion was intended to represent the family's ascension into the ranks of the state's wealthy elite. Ferris, however, was killed near his mine the following year, and it was left up to his widow Julia to complete the building three years later. My grandfather,Thomas William Craig IV, purchased the house in the 1930's ? and lived there untill his death in 1944. Then it was transfered to his daughter, Helen Craig/Salisbury and they lived there until it was taked over by Doctor Jeffery to satisfy a loan by him. Since they it has had more owners and has been restored back to almost original and still stands today.
Katie E. and Annie L. Todd with unknown friend. The is a studio photo taken in about 1897 in either Casper or Thermopolis, Wyoming. My aunt Katie E. (Todd) Johnson is at the left and my aunt Annie A. (Todd) Wood is at the right. The seated girl is unknown but may be a Bedsaul. My grandparents John R. and Martha A. Todd moved from Missouri to Wyoming in about 1885 and owned sawmills in the Casper mountains and later in the Owl Creek mountains. They built and operated a lumberyard and the Hot Springs Hotel in Thermopolis and homesteaded in the Owl Creek valley west of Thermopolis.
This is 1 of 4 photos I have of the same family group. They were found in my Grandmothers home in California after she passed away in 1948. Her name was Cora Alice Manley born in MO. and also lived in NE. before moving to CA. Cora was married 2 times. Thoses surnames were LYNN & DANIELSON.
This photo was taken when the government used to pay $50.00 to people to kill wolfs. It was a program to keep the population down
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Stephen Eldridge
Born: Oct 6, 1848
Tom and Edith Carr riding at a friends ranch in Sheridan, WY.
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Thomas Carr
Born: Jan 25, 1900
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