Built in 1917, the Stough House is the former residence of Charles L. Stough, who came to Wyoming in 1880. In the fall of 1890, he was elected sheriff of Fremont County. He administered his office in a way that made him a terror to evildoers and gained him the enduring confidence of the County. He is most known for arresting the notorious “Butch” Cassidy and, upon his conviction, conveying him to the Wyoming Territorial Penitentiary in Laramie. The Stough House is currently portrayed as a home from that era.