Manville, John B. II & John B. Kendrick at Trail End, circa 1932 (AHC Collection, TESHS)
TRAIL END WAS home to the John B. Kendrick family. One of Wyoming's most successful rancher/politicians, Kendrick was a self-educated Texan who began his career as a penniless cowboy and ended it as a United States Senator. In between, he was a rancher, banker, land developer, entrepreneur and Wyoming Governor. His wife, Eula Wulfjen Kendrick, was also from Texas. Along with their children, Manville and Rosa-Maye, John and Eula led colorful lives, both in Wyoming and our nation's capital.
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