Monthly Archives: August 2012

A trip down Tin Pan Alley with L. Wolfe Gilbert

L. Wolfe “Wolfie” Gilbert (1886-1970) was a Ukrainian-born songwriter of the early to mid 20th century. He was born in Odessa, and immigrated to Philadelphia as an infant with his family. At age 14 they relocated to New York, where … Continue reading

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Welcome back, students!

With the University of Wyoming campus dormitories set to open for the coming academic year on August 23, we thought you might enjoy seeing some photographs of dormitories inhabited by past students. Welcome to an informative and enriching school year!

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Midcentury Housing: One Story

In the mid-20th century, the U.S. was experiencing both great economic success and a rapidly expanding population. As a result, housing and urban planning were of imminent concern to architects and city planners alike. Enter Alfred Kastner. Born and educated … Continue reading

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