SAH Archipedia: Wyoming's 100 Classic Buildings Completed

by SAH News | Mar 21, 2018

Medicine Wheel Wyoming
Medicine Wheel/Medicine Mountain National Historic Landmark, Bighorn Medicine Wheel, c. 900. Photo credit: Richard Collier, Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources

With the addition of fifty-four entries, the Society of Architectural Historians is pleased to announce that Wyoming's 100 Classic Buildings is now complete on SAH Archipedia. State coordinator Mary M. Humstone has selected 100 of Wyoming’s most representative buildings and sites, ranging from structures that highlight the state’s scenic and natural resources, such as the Laurence S. Rockefeller Preserve Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park, to industrial and agricultural landscapes that have shaped development throughout the state. This content also includes eighteen linked entries featuring individual structures within the state’s national parks and historic districts.

 SAH Archipedia is an interactive, media-rich online encyclopedia of American architecture developed by the Society of Architectural Historians in collaboration with the University of Virginia Press. Over 18,000 building histories, photographs, maps, and essays from the Society's award-winning Buildings of the United States series are available online to SAH members and institutional subscribers in SAH Archipedia. Its open access counterpart, SAH Archipedia Classic Buildings, is available to the public at and contains 100 of the most representative buildings of each state and lesson plans. 

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