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In the Gallery:

Wyoming Women: Life Beyond the Family

On display through January 13th

The Campbell County Rockpile Museum is currently hosting "Wyoming Women: Life Beyond the Family," a traveling exhibit from the American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming.  This exhibit features historic images of Wyoming women enjoying camping, fishing, horseback riding, gardening, and more.  It shows Wyoming women involved in community plays, in politics, clubs, attending classes, and enjoying life with their classmates.  Come out to the Rockpile Museum now through January 13th to see this great collection of historic photographs.  

Bessie Prentis riding Roman

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​Now on Display

Limited communication methods in the earliest years of Campbell County meant that business owners needed to find innovative ways to market their establishments. From matchbooks and toy trucks to key rings and calendars, advertising methods have been creative and plentiful over the past century. Advertising is meant to persuade, and the themes and techniques that were used in advertising reveal a part of the nation's history.

Created in conjunction with the Smithsonian traveling exhibit, “The Way We Worked,” this display highlights the expansive and rapidly changing business history of Campbell County. Often following the boom and bust cycles of the region, a wide range of businesses have operated in Campbell County, including nearly 100 cafés and restaurants, more than four dozen hotels and motels, and a realm of grocers and gas stations.

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