Yellowstone National Park
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Materials collected and created by Clyde Max Bauer during his life. Includes autobiographal materials, books, maps and personal papers, and is largely related to his career as a ranger at Yellowstone National Park. Dated 1908 to 1968.
Contains business records of the Cody-Sylvan Pass Motor Company, including profit and loss statements as well as correspondence regarding trips in automobiles through Yellowstone. Materials date from between 1915 and 1916.
Laurence and Thea Lancaster collection of historic Yellowstone Park eBay sales descriptions and prices
Contains color pages of printed eBay listings of historic Yellowstone National Park items, showing item descriptions and final sale prices from the years 1998-2001. The pages were printed by Jack and Susan Davis in Bozeman, Montana, and maintained by Laurence and Thea Lancaster.
Collection relates primarily to George D. Marler's research on geysers and hot springs in Yellowstone Park, and related themes. Includes an unpublished autobiography; field notebooks; correspondence; articles and books, including drafts by Marler and others; photographs; slides of thermal features in Yellowstone Park; and other items. Dated 1932 to 1977.
Gardner Stilson Turrill photograph from A Tale of the Yellowstone or In a Wagon Through Western Wyoming and Wonderland
One 3.5 X 4.5 mounted black and white photograph of a campsite that was taped to the back paste-down of the book "A Tale of the Yellowstone or In a Wagon Through Western Wyoming and Wonderland."
Contains a letter written by Milton P. Skinner to Ms. Payne Bigelow of Syracuse, New York. He is writing from Yellowstone Park in Wyoming and telling her of his recent trip to the mountains. He tells her of the animals he has seen, the beautiful weather, and his love of the park. He also is commenting on Ms. Bigelow's recent trip to the west. Letter is dated July 20, 1925.
Contains two scrapbooks compiled by Kathryn Loitwood that document Margie Small's tours of both the East and West coasts of the United States. Includes maps, photographs, program and newspaper clippings, and handwritten captions and explanations. Describes some of the most famous landmarks of the United States, including those in Washington, D.C., New York, New England, Niagara Falls, and Yellowstone National Park. Materials dated 1934-1935.