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Capitol North Historic District

 

 
 

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The Capitol North District, built between 1905 and 1930 is a good blend of middle to upper class housing stock, primarily of frame construction with clapboard siding. Frame styles range from single story plains cottages to two story picturesque cottages. Several streets have brick veneer and brick construction houses in two story cottage modes and eclectic villa forms. Much of the architectural character of the district derives from the similarity of features of the properties. Because of its proximity to the State Capitol and other State buildings, this district has provided housing for officials of state government including governors, state legislators, lawyers, judges, and other elected professionals. The district's development and evolution is a direct results of the construction of the state capitol and the expansion of government related functions.

 
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Date Added to Register:
Wednesday, December 10, 1980
 
Location:
Cheyenne
 
County:
Laramie County
 
Smithsonian Number: 
48LA427  

 

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