Author Archives: Tyler Cline

About Tyler Cline

Digital Archivist and head of digital services at the UW American Heritage Center.

Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom Hashoah) The Story of Murray C. Bernays

Murray C. Bernays, a name perhaps not known to most, was responsible for constructing the legal framework and procedures for the Nuremberg War Crime Trials after World War II. His work was of utmost importance as it helped bring justice … Continue reading

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Star Trek at 50

Today marks the fiftieth anniversary of Star Trek. The original series aired its first episode, “The Man Trap” on September 8, 1966 on NBC. Fifty years, 79 episodes, five spin-off series, and thirteen movies later, Star Trek is an implacable … Continue reading

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A Very Short History of Drag Queens in Laramie, Wyoming – Part One

On February 13th the United Multicultural Council of the University of Wyoming will be hosting its first Drag Show. However, the history of drag performance in Laramie can be traced to the Cowboy Saloon on October 22, 2005. On that … Continue reading

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Holy half century, Batman! Celebrating 50 years of the Batman TV show

Fifty years ago today, January 13, 1966, Batman and Robin faced off against the Riddler in the televised premiere of Batman on ABC. Continue reading

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Help us identify the scene – B. C. Buffum

Did you play with a Viewmaster as a child?  Maybe you’ve seen an old stereoscope at your local museum or historical society.  Here at the AHC, we recently digitized some stereocards taken by University of Wyoming professor of Agriculture and prolific photographer … Continue reading

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Technical Writer S.J. Moffat – Transgender Awareness Week

Today is the first day of Transgender Awareness week, and today we at the AHC remember Shannon Moffat, a science and technical writer. Continue reading

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