SAH Archipedia: Wyoming Entries Addded

by SAH News | Apr 25, 2016

New material from the state of Wyoming, including fifty entries and an additional thirteen subentries, has been added to SAH Archipedia. This content represents the first half of a list of Wyoming’s most representative buildings and sites, compiled by coordinator Mary M. Humstone. 

Image: T.A. Moulton Barn 
Credit: Richard Collier, Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources

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