Fremont County (Wyo.)
Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
Fremont County (Wyo.). Justice of the Peace
Guide to the Acting Governor Alonzo M. Clark records, 1931-1933
Records of Frank Lucas' term as Governor of Wyoming feature the usual topics associated with the office. Notable issues include the North Platte River Compact, the Canyon Act, and the appointment of state health officers.
Guide to the Bighorn National Forest Collection and Wyoming Postal History Collection
Bighorn National Forest records including of U.S. Forest Service employees, and records pertaining to improvements to ranger stations. Records of U.S. Postal Inspector Charles T. Hansen concerning activities and events at various Wyoming post offices
Guide to the Carter County Clerk Records
Carter County Clerk records as maintained by the Wyoming State Archives consist of original volumes and microfilm, including commissioners minutes, commissions, brands, agreements, bonds and contracts, bills of sale, liens, powers of attorneys, mining records, deeds, mortgages, and liens. They were filed for record with the County Clerk's Office at South Pass City, Wyoming.
Guide to the Charles G. Coutant Collection
The Charles G. Coutant Collection consists of biographies and assorted Wyoming history material that was probably intended for the unfinished "History of Wyoming volumes II and III" as planned by Coutant.
Guide to the Eunice G. Anderson Collection
Records collected by the Wyoming State Historian relating to WWI including Wyoming servicemen, homefront war efforts, and post-war activities.
Guide to the Frank A. Hadsell Collection
The Frank A. Hadsell Collection consists of records related to the social, business and political interests of Frank Hadsell. He is best known for serving as US Marshall for Wyoming 1899-1907 and his involvement with Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, Jim Averill and Ella "Cattle Kate" Watson.
Guide to the Fremont County Assessor Records
Records from the Fremont County Assessor.