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City Park - UW Campus (Ivinson Building)
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This park encompasses the southwest portion of the University of Wyoming campus in Laramie, Wyoming.   This area (as well as nearby Prexy's Pasture) has been designated a "state park", an open space area for students to enjoy.  A Vietnam War memorial is also dedicated here.

On the south side across Ivinson Street is the Old Ivinson Hospital, which also served as the former Information Technology & UW Police headquarters.  Upon taking of this panorama, the building is vacant & awaiting future planning.

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