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Home > Wyoming > Cheyenne > City & County Building, Nineteenth & Carey Avenue, Cheyenne, Laramie County, WY



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B&W Photos
South(main) And East Elevations
HB1302369
South(main) And East Elevations
South And West Elevations
HB1302370
South And West Elevations
East Elevation, With Addition On Southwest Corner Visible In Distance
HB1302371
East Elevation, With Addition On Southwest Corner Visible In Distance
East Elevation With North Elevation Slightly Visible
HB1302372
East Elevation With North Elevation Slightly Visible
Detail Of Cornice And Clock On East Elevation
HB1302373
Detail Of Cornice And Clock On East Elevation
Interior, Lighting Fixture
HB1302374
Interior, Lighting Fixture
Interior, Skylight
HB1302375
Interior, Skylight
Interior, 2nd Floor Hall And Staircase
HB1302376
Interior, 2nd Floor Hall And Staircase


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Item Title


Location
Nineteenth & Carey Avenue, Cheyenne, WY

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS WY-73
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-52).
Building/structure dates: 1919 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1957 subsequent work
Significance: The City/County Building, completed in 1919, is significant for its historic associations with the development and cooperation of the City of Cheyenne and Laramie County Governments. The building is a fine example of the Classic Revival Style, and is significant for the quality of its craftsmanship and detailing. The building also serves as a repository of Laramie County documents. More than 52,000 civil, probate and criminal court records have been filed at the Laramie County District Court, some of which are more than one hundred years old. Several water rights cases relating to Crow Creek, Little Horse Creek, and others, have been filed in the court. The laws which were established in these cases during the early part of the century are still in effect and many times they are referred to as exhibits in current cases.

Subjects
Municipal Government


Related Names
Dubois, William R.


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. South(main) and east elevations
2. South and west elevations
3. East elevation, with addition on southwest corner visible in distance
4. East elevation with north elevation slightly visible
5. Detail of cornice and clock on east elevation
6. Interior, lighting fixture
7. Interior, skylight
8. Interior, 2nd floor hall and staircase


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