Carbon County Museum gets new digs


Mike Dunn

The Ferguson Building in Rawlins will eventually be the new location for the Carbon County Museum.

Museum purchases historic downtown building

A new historic home is now on the horizon for the Carbon County Museum in Rawlins.

Carbon County Commissioners and the Carbon County Museum finalized the purchase of the Hugus-Ferguson Building, located at 406 West Cedar St. in downtown Rawlins, on Dec. 30, 2013. The building, which first had construction work done in 1895, will serve as the new home for the Carbon County Museum and Research Center.

The Carbon County Museum is currently located at 904 W. Walnut St. in Rawlins, which has been its home since 1976. Carbon County Museum Director Kell...

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