Rob Gaulke, Sandi True Gaulke, Jim Gaulke and Laurie Gaulke Magill – December 20

From left Rob Gaulke, Sandi True Gaulke, Jim Gaulke and Laurie Gaulke Magill pose for a portrait on the floor of the Wyoming House of Representatives in the Capitol building. SandiÕs grandfather, James B. True, was the Wyoming state engineer when the House and Senate chambers were added to the capitol building. Her great uncle Allen Tupper True was an artist who painted the murals behind the family in 1917 and then the murals in the House in 1918 for a cost of $500 each. In 1935 Allen True was commissioned by then Secretary of State Lester Hunt to design a bucking horse for the Wyoming state license plate.  True was paid $75 for the design and the first bucking horse and rider plate was issued in 1936.  To take part in WTE Photo Editor Michael Smith's "Our Faces: Portraits of Laramie County" project, call 633-3124 or 630-8388 or email msmith@wyomingnews.com to make an appointment.  Michael Smith/staff

From left Rob Gaulke, Sandi True Gaulke, Jim Gaulke and Laurie Gaulke Magill pose for a portrait on the floor of the Wyoming House of Representatives in the Capitol building. SandiÕs grandfather, James B. True, was the Wyoming state engineer when the House and Senate chambers were added to the capitol building. Her great uncle Allen Tupper True was an artist who painted the murals behind the family in 1917 and then the murals in the House in 1918 for a cost of $500 each. In 1935 Allen True was commissioned by then Secretary of State Lester Hunt to design a bucking horse for the Wyoming state license plate. True was paid $75 for the design and the first bucking horse and rider plate was issued in 1936. To take part in WTE Photo Editor Michael Smith’s “Our Faces: Portraits of Laramie County” project, call 633-3124 or 630-8388 or email msmith@wyomingnews.com to make an appointment. Michael Smith/staff