|Whipple Park, Lingle, Wyoming|
|Bandshell at Whipple Park, Lingle, Wyoming|
Of the second photo, the Library of Congress writes:
Patriotically painted bandshell in Lingle, Wyoming's Whipple Park, named after Ivan Whipple, a lineman employed by Wyrulec Company, an early distributor of electricity in southeastern Wyoming. The bandshell was built by the Great Depression-era Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1941-42.
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