Young Mens Literary Club of Cheyenne – December 7

Members of the Young Men's Literary Club of Cheyenne at the Cheyenne Artist Guild in Holliday Park,  first row seated and kneeling from left to right, Dick O'Gara, Pat Tyrrell, Stephan Pappas, and Joe Marek. Second row standing from left to right, Rick Veit, Billie Addleman, Mike McCraken, Kevin Paintner, Perry Dray, Eric Todd, Dan White, Mark Stewart, Peter Perakos, Jack Speight, Shawn Taylor, Don Alston, Dick Torkelson, Bob Bezek, Randy Bruns, Harmon Davis, Jim Applegate, Dale Strickland, Chuck Wing, Ed Grant, Mohamed Salih, Paul Howard, Mike Smith, Marion Loomis, Mac McCleery, George McIlvain, and Matt Potter. The club was founded by newspaper publisher William C. Deming in 1902 and during it's history the club's membership has included governors, U.S. congressmen, physicians, lawyers, judges, clergymen,  military officers, and businessmen. 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

Members of the Young Men’s Literary Club of Cheyenne at the Cheyenne Artist Guild in Holliday Park, first row seated and kneeling from left to right, Dick O’Gara, Pat Tyrrell, Stephan Pappas, and Joe Marek. Second row standing from left to right, Rick Veit, Billie Addleman, Mike McCraken, Kevin Paintner, Perry Dray, Eric Todd, Dan White, Mark Stewart, Peter Perakos, Jack Speight, Shawn Taylor, Don Alston, Dick Torkelson, Bob Bezek, Randy Bruns, Harmon Davis, Jim Applegate, Dale Strickland, Chuck Wing, Ed Grant, Mohamed Salih, Paul Howard, Mike Smith, Marion Loomis, Mac McCleery, George McIlvain, and Matt Potter. The club was founded by newspaper publisher William C. Deming in 1902 and during it’s history the club’s membership has included governors, U.S. congressmen, physicians, lawyers, judges, clergymen, military officers, and businessmen. 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