Yellowstone National Park -- History
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Contains one sepia stereograph taken by Carleton E. Watkins that is part of the "New Watkins' New Series," or "E" series, of Yellowstone National Park. Dated 1883.
Contains 36 Yellowstone National Park black and white stereographs, with a few duplicates of varying quality. The dates range from 1871 to 1910. The stereographs were produced by several photographers, the main contributors being Joshua Crissman, Henry Bird Calfee, and the Nelson (Nelse) partnership.
Contains records of Robert Edgar Collet, Jr. Includes a family group sheet with their information and dates on their children. Also includes a collection of postcards from Yellowstone, and a few photographs. Dated 1914-2009.
This series contains Granville Stuart's writings, circa 1857-1915. Most of the writings are historical sketches or experiences that happened to Stuart throughout his career and travels. The majority of the writings deal with the cattle industry, expeditions and trips (such as navigating down the Missouri River), Native Americans, and pioneers. He also included weather records and reminiscences about his life. Stuart wrote most of these while living in Montana.
Typewritten report with photographs glued into a photo album with the report. The item was addressed to Horace M. Albright, superintendant of Yellowstone National Park. Gregg informs Albright about the exploration of the Bechler River district on the Yellowstone.
Contains 11 black and white stereographs of Yellowstone National Park, taken by Calfee & Catlin in 1870s to early 1880s. These include craters, geysers, landscapes, mountains, and rivers. The stereographs are on orange, pink, and mostly yellow backing, and are part of a series called "Views of the Wonderland or Yellowstone Park," which consists of at least 148 stereographs.
Contains two stereographs of Yellowstone National Park taken by Henry Bird Calfee in approximately 1880-1881. The lower falls is a sepia stereograph that is part of a series called "The Enchanted Land, or Wonders of the Yellowstone National Park." The Tower Falls is either sepia or black and white and is part of a series called "Views of the Wonder Land, or Yellowstone National Park."
Contains one stereograph of Mammoth Formations of Yellowstone, taken in 1878 by John H. Fouch.
Collection contains files and records used in the creation of the Yellowstone bibliography. Most of these files are citations and reference lists found by A. Dean Larsen during his research. Much of the research focused on the history of Yellowstone, its wildlife and forest preservation, and personal accounts of the park. Materials dated 1998 to 2005.