Places & Spaces Library

Miller Barn

The Miller Barn is located on the prairie 20 miles north of Newcastle, Wyoming, close to Four Corners, Wyoming. The barn was built for Polish homesteaders Walentz Podlaszewski and Veronica Zwolkowski Podlaszewski around 1910. 

Building 263

Building No. 263, also designated by a sign at its entrance as Shoshone Tribal Roads Building, is located within the historic area of the Wind River Blockhouse and Shoshone Agency in Fort Washakie, Wyoming. It was built in 1906 in a typical bungalow style for the Shoshone Agency. 

Sheridan County Jail

The Sheridan County Juvenile Probation & Drug Court, originally known as the Sheridan County Jail & Sheriff’s Residence, was built in 1913 on a plot of land donated to the county by local businessmen L.H. Brooks and F.H. Kilbourne, and the First Congregational Church of Sheridan.

Preston Cow Barn

The Preston Cow Barn is located in Star Valley near the town of Bedford, Wyoming. The barn is characteristic of early 20th century prairie barns around Wyoming.

Hufford House

The Hufford House sits outside of the small town of Cokeville in western Wyoming. The Sublette Trail and homestead sites in the area that the house sits in are significant to the Mormon pioneers and the local community.

Rule Ranch

This collection of buildings on the Rule Ranch, formerly the Fowler Ranch, includes a two-story house, a main barn, a loafing barn, and a tenant/storage building. The ranch is located near Banner, Wyoming.