This century old building in Casper Wyoming was most recently used as Natrona County's County Annex, a government administrative building, but it had its origins as a hotel. It's currently under renovations which will convert it into apartments, which is somewhat similar to its original use as a hotel.
I don't know what the original name of the hotel was, and how many names it may have operated under, but sandblasting on the building has revealed a "ghost sign" for a hotel. Unfortunately, I can't read anything other than "hotel" on the sign. The current owner intends to market the apartments under the name Hotel Virginia, but I do not know if that's what this sign said, or if parts of more than one sign are visible.