A snowy 1938 spring in Gillette as photographed by John E. Walter.

Attendees gather around a table of refreshments at a December 1964 Candy Stripers Tea sponsored by Friends of Campbell County Memorial Hospital. 
From left to right: Jan Biggerstaff, Joanne Levison, Maggi McCreery, Pat Gienger, Alberta Reed, Nancy Cates, Sherry Saltsgaver, Linda Morgan, Ella Levison, and Nellie Wintermute
*Photographer: Jack Nisselius

Attendees gather around a table of refreshments at a December 1964 Candy Stripers Tea sponsored by Friends of Campbell County Memorial Hospital. 


From left to right: Jan Biggerstaff, Joanne Levison, Maggi McCreery, Pat Gienger, Alberta Reed, Nancy Cates, Sherry Saltsgaver, Linda Morgan, Ella Levison, and Nellie Wintermute


*Photographer: Jack Nisselius

Interstate 90 Ribbon Cutting
On October 14, 1962, Interstate 90 between Gillette and Buffalo, Wyoming was officially opened for travel.  Chair of the Wyoming Highway Commision Harold Del Monte, Mayor OW Lusher (Buffalo), and Mayor Denzil J Dalbey (Gillette) cut a ceremonial ribbon while a group of men and children look on.  In the background, EW Record is standing next to a radio broadcast microphone.
*Photographer: Jack Nisselius

Interstate 90 Ribbon Cutting


On October 14, 1962, Interstate 90 between Gillette and Buffalo, Wyoming was officially opened for travel.  Chair of the Wyoming Highway Commision Harold Del Monte, Mayor OW Lusher (Buffalo), and Mayor Denzil J Dalbey (Gillette) cut a ceremonial ribbon while a group of men and children look on.  In the background, EW Record is standing next to a radio broadcast microphone.


*Photographer: Jack Nisselius

Man’s Best Friend
John Kithcart kneeling in the brush beside his trusty dog.
*Photographer unknown, taken in the mid-1900s.

Man’s Best Friend

John Kithcart kneeling in the brush beside his trusty dog.


*Photographer unknown, taken in the mid-1900s.

W.O. Bishop and company herding sheep under a cloud filled sky.
*Photographer Unknown, found undated.

W.O. Bishop and company herding sheep under a cloud filled sky.


*Photographer Unknown, found undated.

A photograph of Wes and Bertha Hawks homestead shack and fenced yard.  
*Photographer unknown, dated 1924 or 1925.

A photograph of Wes and Bertha Hawks homestead shack and fenced yard.  


*Photographer unknown, dated 1924 or 1925.

A look inside downtown Gillette’s Montgomery Cafe.  The women seen are (left to right) Belle McClelland, Jackie Knipe, unknown, and Etta Grunke.
*Photographer unknown, dated 1928.

A look inside downtown Gillette’s Montgomery Cafe.  The women seen are (left to right) Belle McClelland, Jackie Knipe, unknown, and Etta Grunke.


*Photographer unknown, dated 1928.

Homesteading on the Plains
Two women and two children alongside their wagons were early homesteaders in Campbell County.
*Photographer unknown, found undated.

Homesteading on the Plains

Two women and two children alongside their wagons were early homesteaders in Campbell County.


*Photographer unknown, found undated.

Frank Olzer - Local Saddle Maker
A group of men gathered outside Frank Olzer’s shop in downtown Gillette.  Olzer was a local saddle maker with a shop located at the corner of 3rd Street and Gillette Avenue.  The following is written on the reverse side of the photo, which was likely taken in the early 1900s: “George Sproul on horse, Babe Gupton putting rope on.”
*Photographer and date unknown.

Frank Olzer - Local Saddle Maker

A group of men gathered outside Frank Olzer’s shop in downtown Gillette.  Olzer was a local saddle maker with a shop located at the corner of 3rd Street and Gillette Avenue.  The following is written on the reverse side of the photo, which was likely taken in the early 1900s: “George Sproul on horse, Babe Gupton putting rope on.”


*Photographer and date unknown.

fromtheplains:

Dry Fork Power Plant, Gillette, WY

fromtheplains:

Dry Fork Power Plant, Gillette, WY