The recipients of the 2004 Wyoming Historical Society Lola Homsher Award have been announced. Nine applicants submitted requests. Only $2,500 is funding is available this year. This year four applicants received funding to be used for Wyoming-related historical research. Those individuals were :

  • 1. Richard Adams Of Laramie Wyoming for Continuing Soapstone research in memory of J.D. Love, Teton Mountains, Wyoming
  • 2. Elizabet de Vallee of the Wyoming Historic Governors Mansion in Cheyenne, WY for First Family Oral History Interview series
  • 3. Tom Rea of Casper, WY for researching the middle of nowhere – history and meaning of the lower Sweetwater valley.
  • 4. Chavawn Kelly of Laramie, WY Sharp Nose biographical project on the last chief of the Arapaho tribe

Wyoming Historical Society
Lola Homsher Grant Program
PMB #184, 1740H Dell Range Blvd.
Cheyenne WY 82009-4946