The Kendrick Mansion, the only example of Flemish Revival architecture in Wyoming, sits on 3 3/4 acres of manicured grounds. John Kendrick, orphaned in Texas, arrived in Wyoming in 1879 at age 22 on a cattle drive. By 1912 he'd built a 200,000-acre cattle ranch and amassed a net worth of $1 million. The next year, he completed construction on a home so large it took a ton of coal each day to warm its 20 rooms. He later became Wyoming's governor, then U.S. senator. Visitors today can marvel at materials not common in pioneer Wyoming: silk, mahogany, Italian marble, Georgia pine beams, and a maple floor in the ballroom. Also on the grounds is a carriage house, which serves as a community theater.