1907 J. P. Hehn stepped down as Warden of the State Penitentiary and Fred Hillenbrand became the warden.
1916: The Cheyenne Leader for November 15, 1916: Mexicans repudiate pact for joint border control, train robbed in Missouri, trouble in a synagogue.
Some interesting news for November 15, 1916.
An attempt at a pact on the Mexican border appeared to fall through, to the frustration of the U.S. delegates.
A train was robbed in Kansas City, Missouri. The paper referenced Bill Carlisle, the famous Wyoming train robber who is usually credited with the last train robbery in the US. This story would obviously cast doubt on that claim.
In Cheyenne there was dissension on the rabbi that had been serving there.
1921 A truck used by John J. Pershing in the Great War was donated to the Wyoming State Museum.
1926 The National Broadcasting Co. debuted nationwide with a radio network of 24 stations.
1937 The first US Congressional session in air-conditioned chambers took place.
1940 The first 75,000 men were called to armed forces duty under peacetime conscription. This wast the first time in U.S. history in which there had been a peacetime draft, excluding annual militia musters.
1943 Harmonica player Larry Adler played at the University of Wyoming. Adler was a well known harmonica player.