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The picture to the left shows the Gem City Grocery store. The store was named Gem city after the town of Laramie earned this name as being a gem of a town. The building was remodeled around 1931 by C.B. Jensen and clearly, remodeled again at a later date. The music box is located there now, with a very different exterior. Check out the American Heritage Center's collections to see more of Laramie's past.

The picture to the left shows the Gem City Grocery store. The store was named Gem city after the town of Laramie earned this name as being a gem of a town. The building was remodeled around 1931 by C.B. Jensen and clearly, remodeled again at a later date. The music box is located there now, with a very different exterior. Check out the American Heritage Center's collections to see more of Laramie's past.

Image from http://www.laramiedepot.org/portals/0/Images/Laramie%20Depot-2-1900-small.jpg.

Image from http://www.laramiedepot.org/portals/0/Images/Laramie%20Depot-2-1900-small.jpg.

Second Street, looking north toward the Empress Theatre, undated. (Building at the corner is now home to Jeffery's Bistro).

Second Street, looking north toward the Empress Theatre, undated. (Building at the corner is now home to Jeffery's Bistro).

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Lovejoy's Garage began as a bicycle shop. However, it eventually grew into an automobile shop. Several different inventions would be created in the Lovejoy garage through the years, including the automatic garage door opener. Lovejoy's Garage began as a one story building but would grow to become the two story structure pictured today. Today the building is home to the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance. If you would like to learn more check out the American Heritage Center.

Lovejoy's Garage began as a bicycle shop. However, it eventually grew into an automobile shop. Several different inventions would be created in the Lovejoy garage through the years, including the automatic garage door opener. Lovejoy's Garage began as a one story building but would grow to become the two story structure pictured today. Today the building is home to the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance. If you would like to learn more check out the American Heritage Center.

Laramie Historic Photos II | Second Street, approx. 1918. Photo by Henning Svenson.

Laramie Historic Photos II | Second Street, approx. 1918. Photo by Henning Svenson.

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