Yearbook collections from The University High School of the University of Wyoming from 1920-1963 (The Tassakooma & Yearling). The University instituted a State Preparatory School from its founding in 1887 which periodically released a Prep Buckaroo yearbook. And finally, published yearly by the Junior Class at the University of Wyoming, the Wyo yearbooks run from approximately 1909-1989.

4 items

Yearbooks

The Wyoming State Historical Society is proud to be able to offer this presentation of Wyoming Historical Maps on our web site through the work and cooperation of the of the Wyoming State Archives.

1 item

Wyoming State Historical Society Maps

Western Trails explored the adaptability/adoptability of the Colorado Digitization Project model for collaboration among cultural heritage institutions, focusing digitization efforts on a statewide basis. The State Libraries of Wyoming, Nebraska, and Kansas led these explorations.

1040 items

Western Trails - Wyoming Collection

The University of Wyoming Art Museum presents and collects world-class art, furthers programs than engage students and visitors in discussions that broaden an understanding of diverse perspectives, viewpoints, and cultures, and advances service to the state. For more information visit their website.

5 items

UW Art Museum

The JC Penney Dynamo was a company publication circulated to improve the quality and atmosphere of every store.  

142 items

The Dynamo

Post Card and Picture Collections including material from Saratov University.

9 items

Russian Collections

This collection contains various photos of the Laramie area ranging over a number of years., We would very much like to add to this collection - please contact our repository manager: Amanda Lehman.

17 items

Photos of Laramie

This collection contains Books 1-12 and various Novella constitutiones (Novels) digitized by the University of Wyoming Libraries.
Explore the College of Law George W. Hopper Law Library's website where you can learn about "the awe-inspiring story of how a German immigrant, Justice Fred Blume of the Wyoming Supreme Court, created what is still today the only known English translation of Justinian's Code."

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Justinian Code, Annotated

The Grace Raymond Hebard Collection is considered to be the most comprehensive collection of published materials about Wyoming history, culture and natural history. This collection helps to document the history and culture of Wyoming and the region by collecting, preserving, and providing access to unique, rare or valuable books, ephemera, maps, games, state and federal documents, and media. Visit the Special Collections Lib Guide for more information.

109 items

Emmett D. Chisum Special Collections

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