An undated photo in the Wyoming State Archives shows a smart looking staff proudly posing in front of an modest but inviting wood building. The large sign in front says “Albright’s” and advertises itself as a lunch counter that serves tasty treats such as sandwiches, BBQ, candy and ice cream.
Albright’s is long gone, but the brick building behind the lunch counter will immediately be familiar to any Casper resident.
The First Presbyterian Church located on the southern corner of 8th and Wolcott was built in 1926. It shares the area with other large early-20th century church buildings housing St. Mark’s Episcopal Church on Wolcott and St. Anthony’s Catholic Church on Center.
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One of the only mentions of Albright’s in a newspaper database was an ad from Oct. 3, 1931. The address was 801 S. Center, which matches one of the addresses on the office building that now sits on the lot.