National Register of Historic Places


Morton Mansion

Douglas

Date Added to Register

Thursday, January 11, 2001

Smithsonian Number

48CO2317

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The Morton Mansion is a Late Victorian style, three story, wood frame house designed by prominent Wyoming architect William Dubois for pioneer sheep rancher John Morton. Built in 1903, the home was occupied for nearly five decades by the Morton family.

Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources