While here in Cody, Wyoming


One of the first attractions we visited here (other than Starbucks) was the Historic Cody Mural and Museum. It features a very large mural painted by Edward Grigware, completed in 1951. The mural illustrates the first 120 years history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in a 36 foot diameter rotunda. The Miral has eight equal sections with each featuring one of the first eight of the prophets of the Church. The mural is very elaborate and very interesting. Images are below. there is some overlap.

The museum also contains some sculptures as well as photographs and artifacts of the original settlers to the area. Should you visit the Cody, Wyoming area it would be well worth your time to visit. Below are a few additional images of some of the other items on exhibit.

We hope you enjoyed this presentation of some of the exhibits at the museum and should you be in or near Cody, Wyoming consider visiting.

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Traveling photographer of scenic, wildlife, birds, wild flowers and other things that interest me.
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6 Responses to While here in Cody, Wyoming

  1. KENNETH SHORT says:

    Reference the Fresno Scraper. We used a one horse scraper to dig deep ditches on the farm; See the third from last picture. It is one horse scraper.

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  2. Cathie P says:

    Really nice Larry. I have never been there so the photos are a special treat. Looks like the trip is going well! CP

  3. Dot says:

    Nice! Have you viewed the guns yet?

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