In May 1950, Louise Spinner Graf served as foreman on the first Wyoming jury, with one minor exception, to include women since 1871. Born in Green River, Wyo., she attended university and worked in local banks. After marrying George Graf in 1930, she quit working to raise their daughter, and remained active in the community the rest of her life.
Politics & Government
|Afghan Project, University of Wyoming
|African-American women voters, early Wyoming elections
|Wyoming State Archives
|Anchor Dam, History of
|Arapaho tribe, arrival of on Shoshone Reservation, 1878
|Arnold, Thurman, Laramie lawyer and New Deal trustbuster
|Arthur, Chester A. and 1883 trip to Yellowstone
|Dick Blust, Jr.