This hand tinted postcard is from the Wyoming Division of Cultural Resources.

Laramie Peak (10,274 ft), the highest point in the Laramie Range is part of the Central Rocky Mountains and is a northern section of Colorado’s Front Range. The Laramie Range proceeds north to north west for 125 miles from the Colorado Wyoming border, between Laramie and Cheyenne, to the North Platte River, near Casper. Laramie Peak was a popular landmark for Emigrants, and the Laramie Range (to the south and east) accompanied the
travelers all the way to what is now Casper Wyoming.