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Women’s Suffrage Celebration in Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Wyoming was the first state or territory to guarantee women the right to vote and hold public office, 50 years before the rest of the USA.

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Sample pages from the first Yellow Pages printed in Cheyenne
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In 1883, the first Yellow Pages were printed in Cheyenne after they ran out of white paper and had to switch to yellow to finish the job.

Photo of Nellie Tayloe Ross, the nation’s first female governor
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Cheyenne was the home of the nation’s first female governor, Nellie Tayloe Ross.

Sunset over rock formations at Curt Gowdy State Park in Cheyenne, Wyoming
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A mural depicting Frida Kahlo created during Paint Slingers in Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Whitney James

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Paint Slingers

July

Man dressed as a cowboy-inspired Santa Claus during Old West Holiday in Cheyenne, Wyoming
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Matthew Idler

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Old West Holiday

November - December

Traditional live music performance during the Cheyenne Hispanic Festival in Wyoming
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Patron getting a beer sample during Wyoming Brewers Festival in Cheyenne
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