On may 16th 2017, Doc will be giving a presentation to the Albany County Historical Society about newspaper stories from 100 years ago. Having read at least 50,000 newspaper pages over the last six years, and captured close to 5,000 for the Bypassed project alone; this talk will be very entertaining. This program will combine images of newspapers, historical images and some of Doc’s own work. The presentation starts at 7:30 PM at the Alice Hardie Stevens Center, 603 Ivinson Ave, (at the Laramie Plains Museum).
Doc presented 19 of his images, along with 12 historical images during the biennial show of the Laramie Artists Project at the Fairfield Inn on Centennial Drive. This was a fun and successful show – a good time was had by everyone in attendance! More information about the Laramie Artists Project: http://www.laramieartistsproject.org/laramie-artists-project/
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Doc presented a total of eleven images from this project during the recent Pop-Up Art Walk and Gallery in Laramie. To locate any of the pages for each county, simply hover your cursor over the tab labeled “County Pages”, a drop-down menu will appear.
There has been a new addition to this web site; the City/Town Plats page is new; all of the plats that were on the county pages have been moved to this page; keeping in line with the manuscript – these will be included in one of the appendices.
We’ve been working on a new web site, and can be accessed here.
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The manuscript is in process, and the research continues.
Shortly after Doc began to develop this project, he sat for an interview with Wyoming Public Media, which is the NPR station for the state of Wyoming. The interview is available on the WPM website.
Doc has been working on the follow up project to the Laramie Midwest Refinery project for the last year or so, and now have just enough material, both research and images to start a new web site. If you have any comments, or have a story to share about the history of the Lincoln Highway, please send an email to email@example.com
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