LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming House for Historic Women in downtown Laramie is now open.

Weldon Tuck, of The Louisa Swain Foundation, says the house is filled with displays honoring 13 women who have been instrumental to the history of the Laramie community, the state and the nation.

The foundation has partnered with the Laramie Plains Museum on the project.

As part of the partnership, some items housed at the Laramie Plains Museum will be on display in the history house.

Mary Mountain, of the Laramie Plains Museum, tells the Associated Press that items include a table for Nellie Tayloe Ross with a signed document that says "governor."