National Register of Historic Places


William Goodale House

Laramie

Date Added to Register

Monday, August 05, 1991

Smithsonian Number

48AB632

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The William Goodale House is significant as an excellent example of the Tudor Revival Style in Laramie. The house is the only existing Tudor Revival house in Laramie constructed of brick or stucco. This solid stone masonry house was built in 1931. William Goodale contracted with the well-known Wyoming architects William Dubois and F. W. Ambrose to design his house. William Dubois was one of the leading architects in Wyoming during the early 1900s. He designed many prominent commercial buildings in Cheyenne including the Supreme Court Building and the wings of the Wyoming State Capitol. In Laramie, he also designed many commercial buildings, including the Half-Acre Gym, the Student Union and the Arts and Sciences building at the University of Wyoming.

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