Nagle-Warren Mansion
222 E. 17th St. in Cheyenne (307) 637-3333

This Romanesque residence, built by Erasmus Nagle of stone rejected for use in the State capitol, underwent a stucco facade when the stone face deteriorated. The mansion’s stained glass windows, parquet floors and woodwork of cherry, oak and maple highlight the interior, as do copper and bronze fireplaces and papier mache ceiling embellishments. Less than a year after the home’s completion Nagle died, and the new owner was Francis Warren. Among Warren’s guests was frequent visitor President Theodore Roosevelt.
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