Free Historic Photography of Laramie Open House @Ludwig Photography May 31 10 A-Noon

We greatly appreciate Ludwig Photography for hosting an open house featuring over a century of their family’s photography of the Laramie and Southeast Wyoming area. This free event runs from 10 AM – noon on Saturday, May 31 and is a neat opportunity to experience the history of Laramie up close.

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The open house is one of many events during the Food + Photo Festival in Laramie May 30 & 31. Other events include:

Friday, May 30 — Free Open House, Alice Hardie Stevens Center:  View photography submitted in the photo competition 7-10 PM

Saturday, May 31 — Free Open House, Historic Laramie Photography — Ludwig Photography:  10 AM – Noon

Saturday, May 31 — Learn How Altitude Makes a Great Local Beer + Beer Tasting — Altitude Chophouse & Brewery:  2-3 PM  $15/ticket

Saturday, May 31 — Wine Tasting — Laramie Country Club:  7-10 PM $30/ticket


We were lucky to feature Ludwig’s story in our Sprinter 2014 issue of Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine. Below are some excerpts from the article showcasing the family’s story…

On a September day in 1905, photographer Henning Svenson stepped off the train in Laramie. Inspired by the West and looking for adventure, Svenson arrived in the frontier town with one dollar in his pocket and a quest to open a photography studio. The opportunities Wyoming offers to reinvent one’s self are not available elsewhere; in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, that was even more the case than it is today. Svenson’s road to Laramie was not direct, however. Born in Kiel, Germany on July 16, 1879, Svenson served as a photographic apprentice to Ferdinand Urbahns from 1895-98. This was followed by work in retouching in Lausanne, Switzerland and Paris. Svenson attended the World’s Fair in Paris, where he met Amy DuPont, who encouraged him to come to work in her New York City studio. In 1902, Svenson immigrated to the United States, and created portraits of DuPont’s New York clientele before joining his brother in Iowa. The two brothers opened a photography studio, with Henning later setting out to open a branch out west. He traveled first to Denver, but found the city didn’t suit him; he boarded a train north, and the rest is history – well-photographed history, to be exact.

Svenson established a solid clientele and a reputation as the premier photography studio in the region. Henning and Marie’s family also grew to include three daughters, Helen, Aneleas and Lottie. The Chauncey Root Building burnt to the ground (with Svenson injured in the blaze) in 1910 due to a boiler explosion. The studio relocated to 314 South Second Street, above a pool hall, until Svenson built his permanent location on the corner of Third Street & Ivinson (where the studio sits today).


“My great-grandfather was unique in that he empowered his daughters to be a part of the family business,” Brande, who is the current owner of the family business, says. All three of Svenson’s daughters attended the University of Wyoming and worked in the studio. The older sisters became film developers; Lottie’s talent was capturing images alongside her father. Svenson Photography created tens of thousands of regional images annually, many used for postcards, father and daughter equally responsible for the work. Sadly, Henning Svenson died in 1932 at the age of 52 from lung complications, his daughters assuming the role of studio ownership and operations.

Eldest daughter Helen was the first to assume ownership of the studio. Lottie Svenson married Walter “Doc” Ludwig, and in 1943 the couple purchased the studio from Helen, renaming it Ludwig Photo Enterprises. Lottie played an equal and important role in the studio alongside her husband. “My grandmother was a progressive woman,” Brande says with a smile. “She raced motorcycles, wore pants, and even broke horses when she was a kid.”

Walter and Lottie Ludwig had one daughter, Carol, who had a sense of adventure like her mother and grandfather before her. In the 1940s, the family acquired a ranch on the Wyoming/Colorado border, and Carol embraced a love of ranching life and the West. She served as Miss Laramie Jubilee Days 1961 and first runner-up to Miss Rodeo Wyoming. She was one of the first women to climb Devils Tower, competed in slalom and was a ski instructor at Winter Park, using folk singing to finance her skiing obsession.

Carol married Bill Loyer, Ludwig Photo Enterprises’s Kodak Eastman representative at the time. The two honeymooned through Europe for a month before settling in New Jersey. However, the love of Wyoming called them home, and the two opened a studio branch in Cheyenne, working alongside Carol’s parents in the Laramie branch. The couple grew the business into a regional hub for both portrait photography and film developing. In 2005, 100 years after Svenson opened his studio, the Loyers’ daughter, Anne Brande, purchased the Laramie branch. Today, Brande focuses her business, Ludwig Photography, on capturing emotional portraiture of the individuals she not only counts as clients, but as friends.

The legacy of Henning Svenson lives on in the tens of thousands of priceless photos created by him and his descendants. For over 100 years, Anne Brande’s family has documented the growth and transformation of a frontier town in a romantic era. As she flipped through a series of prints during my interview, the flux between the Old West and the modern era was glaringly obvious. For example, one 1920s era photo of Second Street in Downtown Laramie showed a street full of Ford Model T’s and similar vehicles, both parked and driving – with a gentleman riding a horse right alongside them on the street.

“What I really love about Henning’s photography is that it was not staged,” Brande says. “He had a love of the West, but also an appreciation for industrialization and modern elements. He’d often image these two elements side-by-side, just as they appeared in real life.” Brande and I mused about the horse and rider in the image – this was no parade, this was an average day in Laramie in the 1920s. Did the rider refuse to give up his horse for an automobile? Could he not afford one? Or was he terrified at the thought of operating a piece of machinery versus relying upon his horse? When your rapidly changing world allows for both animal and machine to coexist, how does one process that transformation? Henning Svenson captured this and thousands of other moments like these – individuals who had witnessed the West, and were now standing by while it changed before their very eyes.  His images helped me understand the gravity of living in a rapidly changing world. Often times I think that our world today is rapidly changing, however when I consider the flux my great-grandparents and great-great-grandparents witnessed, I can appreciate the emotion of their experience.

With the historic significance of her family’s collection in mind, Brande has donated portions of the images to the American Heritage Center, a part of the University of Wyoming. The first half was valued at over $2 million, with another large portion recently appraised for almost $500,000 by Penelope Dixon & Associates. “I’ve been told that our collection is the only of its kind in the world both on a fine art basis and a social context,” Brande says. “It’s so vast and covers over 104 years and spans four generations, while also being well catalogued. It’s a very rare find.” The American Heritage Center’s collection of over 4,000 images can be viewed under ‘Ludwig-Svenson Studio Collection’ in the digital collections section on the AHC website. (

Brande and her family’s century of images have been a part of numerous projects throughout the years: from historical research to exhibits, from books and magazines to film. Ludwig Photography of Laramie and Portrait Artist Anne Brande continue to create emotional heirlooms for their clients, continuing the family tradition into the 21st century. Visit or visit the studio at 224 Ivinson Avenue in Downtown Laramie to meet Anne.

CALENDAR: Laramie Jubilee Days is coming!



We’re always proud to feature Laramie Jubilee Days & Downtown Laramie in our summer issues of Wyoming Lifestyle Magazine, and we wanted to give the upcoming calendar an additional shout out! Here are the events coming up as well as those for Downtown Laramie…

Saturday, July 6:  Kids Horse Show, Albany County Fairgrounds (9 AM)

Sunday, July 7:  Ranch Rodeo, Albany County Fairgrounds, Sponsored by Laramie GM Auto Center (10 AM)

Tuesday, July 9:  Junior Bull Riding, Albany County Fairgrounds, Sponsored by Laramie Ford (7 PM)

Wednesday, July 10:  WY State Celebration, WY Territorial Prison & State Historical Site (11 AM – 2 PM); Carnival, Downtown Laramie (evening); Mr. T Calcultta, Albany County Fairgrounds (5 PM); Mr. T Bull Riding, Albany County Faigrounds (7 PM)

Thursday, July 11:  Street Closures Begin, Downtown Laramie (noon); Carnival, Downtown Laramie (3-11 PM); Flaming Gorge Jalapeno Eating Contest, Downtown Laramie (5:30 PM); Downtown Beer Tent Open, Downtown Laramie (5-11 PM); Last Chance Team Roping, Albany County Fairgrounds (6 PM); The Flashbacks, Dowtnown Laramie Stage (6:15-8:15 PM); Live Music TBA, Downtown Laramie Stage (8:15–)

Friday, July 12:  Jeff Thompson Memorial Pancake Breakfast (8-10 AM); PRCA Rodeo Slack, Albany Cty Fairgrounds (7 AM); Carnival, Downtown Laramie (noon — ); Downtown Beer Tent Open, Downtown Laramie (2-11 PM); Farmers’ Market, Downtown Laramie (3 PM); Barely Gettin’ By, Downtown Laramie Stage (3:30-6:30 PM); PRCA Rodeo Performance, Albany Cty Fairgrounds (6:30 PM); Downtown Street Dance to Narrow Gauge, Downtown Laramie Stage (8-11:45 PM)

Saturday, July 13:  Hospice Toodeloo 5K Run/Walk, 1st Street/Greenbelt (8-10 AM)Parade Downtown Laramie (10 AM); Downtown Beer Tent Open, Downtown Laramie (10-11:45 PM); Laramie Cowbelles BBQ, Downtown Laramie (noon); ACPE Ice Cream Social, ACPE Parking Lot (noon); Rotary Horseshoe Tourney, Washington Park (noon); Alice Wallace, Downtown Laramie Stage (noon-3 PM); Carnival, Downtown Laramie (noon–); Downtown Laramie Brew Fest, Depot Park (1-6 PM); Queens Luncheon, Holiday Inn (1:30 PM); Barely Gettin’ By, Downtown Laramie Stage (4-7:15 PM); PRCA Rodeo Performance, Albany Cty Fairgrounds (6:30 PM); Downtown Street Dance to Richie Law & the Southern Routes Band (8-11:45 PM)

Suncay, July 14:  WPRA Barrel Racing Slack, Albany Cty Fairgrounds (8:30 AM); PRCA Rodeo Performance, Albany Cty Fairgrounds (1 PM)

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A few items on the calendar as we journey through September — and be sure to check out the new specials from Altitude’s Chophouse & Brewery and Lovejoy’s Bar & Grill in Downtown Laramie!

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Original tattoo designs at TRIBE tattoo in Cheyenne, with proceeds to benefit Black Dog Animal Rescue. Noon to 8PM. Walk-in only, first come, first serve. Visit for more details.


The Sheridan Chamber’s major fundraiser of the year will take place September 8 — enjoy the brew fest and as well as a BBQ competition brought forward by Pony Grill & Bar. Click here for the Sheridan Chamber’s website for advance ticket sales and more info…

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Check out the website for schedule and lots of info on this annual fun event put on by the Sundance Chain Gang Mountain Bike Association! 

image by Paul Anderson


Check out the website for schedule and lots of info on this annual run, an ultra distance event included in the popular Black Hills Trail Running series.


Born in a Barn was created by Shelley Kinnison and Jill Chase to support our serious addiction to refinished, refurbished, repurposed, refreshed, reused, handcrafted, from the heart “stuff”. Luckily, we have found some others with similar issues and they have been invited too!! All of the vendors at Born in a Barn have been carefully selected and they can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary!! This year we are adding a food court full of yummy treats!! Join us Friday, September 14th and Saturday, September 15th we will open the gates at 10:00; there is plenty of parking in the field and Barn Boys to help cart your treasures away. Join us at 415 Highway 14 for our second annual Born in a Barn Sale!!

If you are interested in applying to be a vendor please contact us at, or We will need to see photos of your products and booth set up if you have them.


Presented by the Wyoming Business Council and the University of Wyoming College of Business, the level one seminar is a valuable opportunity for business education. Contact Cyndi Garretson-Weibel for more information:


Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, U.S. Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis, the Wyoming Business Council and the Wyoming Department of Enterprise Technology Services invite you to the Wyoming Broadband Summit at the Little America Hotel and Convention Center in Cheyenne Oct. 23, 2012. Join the effort to address broadband expansion, adoption, innovation and opportunities to build a faster, connected future for Wyoming. For more information, contact Troy Babbitt, Enterprise Broadband Coordinator, Wyoming Department of Enterprise Technology Services, at 307.777.5648 or email


From 5-9:30 PM at the Museum of the American West (Red Barn and Schoolhouse), enjoy music and lots of fun! Tickets $10, kids 12 & under are free.  Click here!

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With kickoff coming up September 8, Wyoming is gearing up for some Cowboy Football action! Check out their schedule for more info — GO WYO!!!

DOWNTOWN LARAMIE:  COWBOY FOOTBALL KICKOFF, SEPTEMBER 8:  Check out the Laramie Main Street website for more info — get your spirit on for the Pokes!

SHERIDAN:  3rd Thursday for September — the last of the season! — September 20, Downtown Sheridan

This easy-to-remember festival, held every third Thursday from June through September, will be holding its last hurrah for 2012 on Thursday, September 20 in Downtown Sheridan. Enjoy live music, food vendors, farmers’ market, booths to browse through and of course, the downtown shops — all in one awesome street festival. It’s a popular event that brings the whole town out — you won’t want to miss it! Visit Downtown Sheridan Association or the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce for more info!




appetizer special Goat cheese, lightly fried and served with crostini, sundried tomato pesto and garlic infused olive oil. 8.

buffalo chicken pizza Amber ale pizza crust brushed with olive oil and topped with spicy buffalo chicken, tomatoes, green onions, pineapple, bleu cheese and mozzarella. 8.5

herb rubbed tenderloin Eight ounce bacon wrapped tenderloin rubbed with rosemary, thyme and garlic. Served with creamy mashed potatoes and a lemon-dill mustard sauce. 21.

crab and spinach manicotti
Pasta tubes stuffed with crab meat, spinach, ricotta  and mozzarella cheese. Topped with a red bell
pepper and garlic cream sauce. 15.

New beer! : B-Rye American Rye Ale: Brian Pramov’s winning entry from the 8 seconds of Froth home brew competition, this beer was selected to represent Altitude at the 2012 GABF. It is a light, crisp and moderately bitter ale with citrus-like hop flavors and sharp malted rye finish. 5.25% ABV.

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spicy chicken wrap Slices of spicy breaded and fried chicken breast rolled up in a chipotle tortilla with tomatoes, shredded lettuce and jalapeno ranch sauce. Served with your choice of fries, chips and salsa, creamy mashed potatoes, cottage cheese or dinner salad. 8.

taco pizza Eight-inch Italian pizza crust topped with ground beef, pico de gallo and melted mozzarella and cheddar cheese. Garnished with shredded lettuce, tomatoes and a drizzle of sour cream. 8.5

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LEFTOVERS ARE DELICIOUS — A look at what we talked about last week…

CENTRAL WY FAIR & RODEO — Action in Casper continues through July 14…

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FORT LARAMIE PIONEER CENTER CRAFT & ART SHOW — July 14, 9-4 — Sponsored by Greater Fort Laramie Community Development Association. Contact 307-534-4609 for more information!

LARAMIE JUBILEE DAYS — Action continues through July 15! Parade, street dance, brew fest (more info below!), carnival, and of course, rooooodeooooo….

ST. JUDE SONGWRITERS GALA EVENT, JACKSON — A gala event benefitting St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Held at the beautiful Center for the Arts in Jackson, cocktail/cowboy chic attire. Click here for ticket information!

SHERIDAN WYO RODEO — Action continues through July 15! Parade, rodeo, art show & sale, street dances, pancake breakfast Friday, July 13…TONS of fun for everyone!

GREEN RIVER RENDEZVOUS, PINEDALE — Kicking off today (July 12) and running through July 15, this annual event is fun for the whole family! Lots of information on the mountain man and its significance to our Wyoming heritage.

INTERNATIONAL DAY, ROCK SPRINGS — A full day to celebrate the many cultures that call Rock Springs and Sweetwater County home! Food, music, tons of fun…

CHEYENNE ART, DESIGN & DINE — TONIGHT (July 12) from 5-8 PM! Held the second Thursday of every month, April through October! Click here for their website — check their Facebook page for more info!

SARATOGA, JULY 15 — ‘Toga Productions Fundraiser 4-10 pm. The Yard, 106/110 SE River St., Saratoga, WY Come for a great evening of music featuring The Patty Fiasco with Alysia Kraft, the Gary Newcomb Trio and The Lonesome Heroes. Bella’s Bistro will provide a cash bar. Appetizers by several folks. $10 or more, whatever you want to donate to ‘Toga Prodctions so they can continue bringing unique music to the Platte Valley!

ROCK SPRINGS — NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL RODEO COMES TO TOWN! — July 15 – 21:  LOTS of rodeo action, and TONS of fun to be had at the Sweetwater Events Complex! This will be a tremendous event — you won’t want to miss it!


CHEYENNE FRONTIER DAYS KICKS OFF JULY 20!!! CFD IS COMING!!!!! Are you heading to Cheyenne for this world-famous event?! We’ll see you there!


CODY — YELLOWSTONE JAZZ FESTIVAL, JULY 12 & 13 — We dig jazz in our family — how ’bout you? The Yellowstone Jazz Festival is the perfect time to get a little culture on in the midst of a beautiful Wyoming town… Definitely worth heading to Cody for!


LARAMIE BREW FEST, July 14 — This annual event coincides with Laramie Jubilee Days and brings hundreds into Historic Downtown Laramie to consume fabulous regional brews and bask in the sunshine. Local breweries like Altitude Chophouse & Brewery and The Library join other Wyoming breweries and regional favorites…definitely a fun event! Patti Fiasco and Lonesome Heroes will be peforming!

CHEYENNE — WWII BOMBER ON DISPLAY: Check out a REAL WWII B-25 Bomber (“Maid in the Shade”) July 12-16 at the Cheyenne Airport!




While you’re in Laramie enjoying Jubilee Days, and consuming fabulous brews at the brewfest, be sure to head over to either Altitude’s or Lovejoy’s in Historic Downtown Laramie for some good eats! The specials for the week follow…

Altitude’s Chophouse & Brewery

cucumber and crab dip Highlighted with cream cheese and dill. Served chilled with crackers and fresh veggies. 6.5

pizza special Hand made pizza crust brushed with sweet and spicy amber ale bbq sauce and topped with smoked beef brisket, banana peppers, onions, jalapeños and melted mozzarella cheese. 8.5

fresh sea bass Pan seared and served with harvest rice, steamed asparagus and a pineapple and kiwi salad infused with Solar Wit ale. 17.

new york strip Eight ounce cut of Certified Angus Beef®, grilled to your liking. Served with basil pesto mashed potatoes and grape tomatoes marinated in balsamic vinegar and porter ale. 16.5
On tap Thursday:
old venerable imperial wheat This orange and hazy imperial strength wheat ale displays the hop character of an IPA. An annual Jubilee Days release, Old Venerable is designed to be sipped in moderation. 8.25% ABV.
On tap Saturday:
sparrow chases eagle Brewed on Odell Brewing Company’s pilot system just for Jubilee Days. This hybrid-style ale combines the citrus flavor of a summer ale with a unique sour mash technique and spice additions. A dry, tart and citrusy ale perfect for summer days. 4.25% ABV

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bbq pork sandwich Shredded pork drenched in bbq sauce and topped with peppers, onions and melted cheddar cheese. Tucked in a hoagie and served with your choice of fries, chips and salsa, creamy mashed potatoes, cottage cheese or dinner salad. 8.5

steak and shrimp Twelve ounce New York strip grilled to your liking and paired with Cajun spiced shrimp scampi. Served with creamy garlic mashed potatoes and your choice of a cup of soup or dinner salad. 12.00

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The Terrace Restaurant & Bar and the Park County Arts Council are collaborating once again to host their Wyoming Artini Festival.  This artful challenge for martini enthusiasts and artistic competitors will once again tantalize the senses of our “artini” supporters. There will be a “whole lotta shakin'” going on as attendees wander among bartenders competing for the title of Master Martini Mixologist and peruse the silent auction artwork by area and regional artists. This gala event attracts martini and art enthusiasts from the entire Big Horn Basin dressed in cowboy to cocktail attire.

Throughout the evening, The Terrace Restaurant & Bar will provide sumptuous hors d’ oeuvres to tantalize your taste buds and compliment your martini palate. Cash prizes and prestigious awards are available to daring martini mixologists and inspired artini artists. All media is being accepted to guarantee a wide variety of interpretations of the martini and the martini culture from the past and its new resurgence. To reserve your bartender table, advance notice is required. Artwork must be delivered prior to the event. Contact The Terrace for more information — click on this link to be connected with their Facebook page or call The Terrace at 307.587.5868.

The $25 ticket price when purchased in advance — $30 at the door) provides a lively evening on Saturday, April 14 at Geyser on The Terrace, 525 West Yellowstone Avenue in Cody starting at 6:00 pm. Tickets are available in advance at The Terrace (contact them for more locations for ticket pre-sales,) and of course at the door on the day of the festival – tickets are limited. All proceeds from this event benefit the Park County Arts Council. For further information, please call The Terrace at 307.587.5868 or the Park County Arts Council at 307.899.6693.

Shake out your favorite cocktail attire and head to Cody for a stirring night of Martinis and Art!


The Laramie Main Street Alliance celebrated several successes in 2011 in downtown Laramie including the opening of 12 new businesses and, among Main Street communities in Wyoming, led the state in job growth including 28 net full time jobs and 16 net part time positions. As a way to educate and thank their partners, they have developed a short, two-minute promotional video — follow the link:

Historic Downtown Laramie 2011



“Baby Fox”, LuDel Deal Walter


Refuse – Original Art by LuDel Deal Walter

The Refuse of life remains.  We Refuse to look at it.  This work Re-fuses the discarded object with meaning. My work communicates the boundaries of where time passes into memory and life passes into death.  How does memory hold the past captive?  How does place tie into time and memory?  This body of work refuses the passage of time by freezing the process of decay — a stop-action of a very slow natural process.  Memory seems to work in a similar fashion; as we recall people and events from our memories, they are frozen at a particular time like stop-action movie stills or loops of a single scene.

I incorporate objects that are often ignored or overlooked to create meaning.  The carcasses and the refuse of our lives are more than simple objects; they connect to the time when life and purpose was contained there.  I am using recycled and found objects (hand-made paper, junk, bones, etc.) to represent the passage of time and the space between life and death.  I find that by using images of actual carcasses and garbage in combination with textured papers and found objects, I have a stronger connection to the work because I’m forced to consider the feelings of disgust, shame and ambivalence surrounding the objects.  This body of work refuses the inevitability of  loss of meaning and purpose. We no longer revere life enough to consider the process of dying; because we can’t embrace death, we can’t fully embrace life.  Every living thing has a quality that leaves the body at the time of death.  Every object has a quality of memory.  What is that liminal quality?  Where is it?  These pieces are intended to ask the viewer to consider the life and purpose that once inhabited these images. – LuDel Deal Walter

The Corridor Gallery proudly presents “Refuse”, a solo exhibit of Wyoming artist LuDel Deal Walter. LuDel is an accomplished artist that is following through with her first Corridor solo exhibit after winning “Best In Show” during a past Corridor call-for-entries show based upon the subject of religion. The public and press are invited to attend the opening reception of “Refuse” on Friday, March 30th at 7pm. The exhibit will show only through Sunday, April 1st. The Corridor Gallery appreciates your continued support for local and regional artwork.

Event Details

Event: “Refuse” Original Artwork by Wyoming artist LuDel Deal Walter

Specifics: Located at The Corridor Gallery: 120 E. 2nd St. Casper, WY 82601 Tickets Cost/Avail: Free Admission Opening Reception: Friday, March 30th at 7:00pm Open Showing: Saturday, March 31st 10:00am to 5:00pm Sunday, April 1st noon to 4pm

Information: For more information, please contact The Corridor Gallery at 307.333-7035, Reed at 307. 259.8001 or visit LuDel Deal Walter email:



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