This is a fairly substantial structure in the small town of Granger, Wyoming.
Granger is an old locality for Wyoming. It was a Pony Express stage stop, and the stage building is still there (which unfortunately I didn't realize until after I'd driven out of town). The town is small, and the population of about 140 has stayed constant for the entire 20th Century and into the 21st.
Whcih makes a building like this a peculiarity.
When I took this photo, because of some of the features of the building, I thought it was an abandoned church, and I had intended to post it on our Churches of the West site. But later I reconsidered as I'm not so sure of that. It doesn't really have a steeple, not that all churches do. It has some very church like features, but this could also have served some other purpose. I'll note the other side made me, at the time, even more convinced this was a church, but as the house is now apparently used as a private residence, I didn't want to linger while photographing, particularly as a curious dog inside the building was taking note of me on the street. I should also note, however, that on one side is a branch of the Sweetwater County Library, and on the other side is the Granger town hall. Maybe this was a government building at one time? Maybe it was a school?
So, what do we have here? If you know, post the answer.