Found in 702 Collections and/or Records:
Contains general photographs from approximately 1933 to 1978. Includes photographs of the Kennecott research project and grants, various clubs and conference participants, and the Tehran Point Four Program in the 1950s.
New fawn (mule deer with spots still present) in sagebrush, probably in Gardiner area.
Group of children with women (presumably their mothers and/or caretakers) and definitely looking east across the flats east of Gardner River to Rattlesnake Butte, identifiable in background.
A clearer and quieter version of #31:
(#31: Group photo of children with women (presumably their mothers and/or caretakers) and definitely looking east across the flats east of Gardner River to Rattlesnake Butte, (identifiable in the background).
All three adult ladies are present, two of them wearing hats. The children are in slightly different positions, probably based upon their playing.
Another version of #3, slightly different: (#3: Children here are neatly posed and quiet; one of the women is the only adult in the photo and is wearing a bonnet; and almost everyone is wearing a hat and apparently posing on the west bank of the Gardner River looking toward the identifiable Rattlesnake Butte.)
High elevation, mountain panoramic view. Unknown range, unknown peaks, but could be the Yellowstone National Park area or area to its immediate east.
Summit of unknown mountain looking out to tops of many other mountain peaks, probably Absaroka Range in Yellowstone National Park.