Old Faithful Inn - Bear Pit
Title:
Old Faithful Inn - Bear Pit
Linen unused


West Yellowstone, Gateway to Yellowstone National Park
Title:
West Yellowstone, Gateway to Yellowstone National Park
West Yellowstone Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
Picturesquely situated in a forest of towering pines, this scenic travel center is located at the west entrance to Yellowstone National Park. Here modern shops and every travel accommodaton are to be found.



Roosevelt Lodge at Junction of North-East Entrance Road
Title:
Roosevelt Lodge at Junction of North-East Entrance Road
Chrome unused


Canyon Lodge Administration Building
Title:
Canyon Lodge Administration Building
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Guests register in this building which is the headquarters of the management of Canyon Lodge, first opened to the public July 1, 1957.



Canyon Lodge Administration Building and Main Lodge, Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Lodge Administration Building and Main Lodge, Canyon Village
Chrome unused


Haynes Picture Shop, Canyon Village Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Haynes Picture Shop, Canyon Village Yellowstone National Park
Chrome unused

Description:
Opened in 1960 as a modern shop for the accommodation of the park visitor for films, pictures, post cards, cameras, etc.



Haynes Picture Shop, Main Lodge, Canyon Village
Title:
Haynes Picture Shop, Main Lodge, Canyon Village
Chrome unused


Lake Lodge overlooking North Shore of Yellowstone Lake
Title:
Lake Lodge overlooking North Shore of Yellowstone Lake
Chrome unused



A Yellowstone Public Automobile Camp, Yellowstone Park
Title:
A Yellowstone Public Automobile Camp, Yellowstone Park
White Border unused


Haynes Picture Shop
Title:
Haynes Picture Shop
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
Haynes' building at the foot of Capitol Hill at Mammoth houses the Mammoth Picture Shop and general offices. Haynes' park views and books pertaining to the West, photographic supplies and everything pictorial of the Yellowstone are sold in the Haynes shops, in the hotels, lodges and auto camps throughout the park.



Park Stage at Mammoth Hot Springs
Title:
Park Stage at Mammoth Hot Springs
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Post Card (Undivided Back)


Lake Hotel, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Lake Hotel, Yellowstone Park
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Black Bear in Road
Title:
Black Bear in Road
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused


Old Faithful - Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Old Faithful - Yellowstone National Park
West Yellowstone Montana (MT), Real Photo PM 1940 Jul-12



Mammoth Springs Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Springs Hotel
Real Photo unused


Lake Hotel Lounge
Title:
Lake Hotel Lounge
Chrome unused



Lake Hotel, Yellowstone Lake
Title:
Lake Hotel, Yellowstone Lake
Chrome unused


Mammoth Springs Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Springs Hotel
Chrome unused



Northern Pacific Railway Yellowstone Park Line
Title:
Northern Pacific Railway Yellowstone Park Line
Chicago Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused

Description:
In the foreground is the Minnetonka, Northern Pacific Railway's first locomotive as it appeared in "Wheels A-Rolling," Chicago Railroad Fair pageant of transportation progress. The Minnetonka, built in 1870, is 27 1/2 feet long, 10 feet two inches high, weighs 12 tons and costs $6,700. In comparison the new 4500 H.P. Diesel locomotives which power the streamlined North Coast Limited are 151 feet 4 inches long, 15 feet high, weigh 345 tons and cost $458,000. The headend of one of the diesels is shown in the background.


Northern Pacific Yellowstone Park Line
Title:
Northern Pacific Yellowstone Park Line
Chicago Illinois (IL), Divided Back unused

Description:
Travel the Scenic Highway of the Northern Pacific Ry. from Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City to Spokane, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland and North Pacific Coast points. Route of the Great Big Baked Potato and original and only line to Gardiner Gateway, Yellowstone National Park. "Are you fond of baked potatoes, Miss Galacia?" "Oh, I think they're perfectly delicious." "It certainly looks good, Maw." "You know, Paw, it looks just like the one we had on the Northern Pacific train the time we went to the North Pacific Coast." "Goo! Goo!" Means bring on the great big baked potato.



Lower Falls of the Yellowstone
Title:
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone
Real Photo PM 1948 Aug-05


Mammoth Springs Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Springs Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome PM 1958 Jul-11

Description:
A large, modern, fully equipped hotel offering also furnished cottages near the hotel proper.



Old Faithful Inn - Bedroom
Title:
Old Faithful Inn - Bedroom
Divided Back unused


Grand Canyon From Falls
Title:
Grand Canyon From Falls
Divided Back PM Mar-1

Description:
This view is from the brink of the Lower Falls. The cannon measures two thousand feet across at the top and two hundred feet at the bottom and is one thousand two hundred feet deep. On the right is Uncle Tom's trail to a spouting hot spring at the water's edge. "Red Rock" is in the left center and "Artist's Point" two miles down on the right.



Gardinier Depot and Stone Arch
Title:
Gardinier Depot and Stone Arch
Divided Back PM 1924 Jun-15


Old Faithful Inn
Title:
Old Faithful Inn
White Border unused



Old Faithful Inn Dining Room
Title:
Old Faithful Inn Dining Room
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
Old Faithful Inn Dining Room is a new addition to the dining room of the original log structure, together affording ample accommodations for the many guests of the Park Hotel system. Curteich


Old Faithful Lodge Lounge
Title:
Old Faithful Lodge Lounge
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
Old Faithful Lodge Lounge in the main dining faces Old Faithful Geyser. From the large windows a splendid view of this famous geyser is had. Curteich



Mammoth Hotel and Park Headquarters at Mammoth Hot Springs
Title:
Mammoth Hotel and Park Headquarters at Mammoth Hot Springs
White Border PM 1937 Jun-5


Canyon Hotel - Lobby
Title:
Canyon Hotel - Lobby
White Border unused



Lake Hotel in Yellowstone Park
Title:
Lake Hotel in Yellowstone Park
White Border unused


Lake Hotel - Yellowstone Park
Title:
Lake Hotel - Yellowstone Park
White Border unused



Mammoth Hotel, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Mammoth Hotel, Yellowstone Park
White Border unused


Mammoth Springs Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Springs Hotel
White Border unused

Description:
Mammoth Springs Hotel consists of general office and lounge, dining rooms, recreation center, hotel rooms, and a group of furnished cottages.



The Buffalo Herd
Title:
The Buffalo Herd
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused


Eastern Brook Trout, Photographed Alive, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Eastern Brook Trout, Photographed Alive, Yellowstone Park
White Border unused

Description:
Fisherman in the park catch the Eastern Brook Trout, Rainbows, Mackinaws, Cutthroats (Native trout), and several other species of game fish. The farther one leaves the traveled routes, the better the fishing.



Automobile Stages at Sylvan Lake
Title:
Automobile Stages at Sylvan Lake
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused


Yellowstation Station, O.S.S.R.R.
Title:
Yellowstation Station, O.S.S.R.R.
White Border unused



Lake Hotel in Yellowstone Park
Title:
Lake Hotel in Yellowstone Park
Divided Back


Old Faithful Inn Lobby
Title:
Old Faithful Inn Lobby
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
is one of the most famous of the park hotels. Its lobby with massive fireplace and clock, is surrounded by a maze of balconies trimmed with gnarled tree trunks. Curteich



Wintertime at Old Faithful Inn
Title:
Wintertime at Old Faithful Inn
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Gerald Murray The Park is fast becoming a popular winter sports area as evidenced by these snowmobiles. Winter tourist facilities and transportation are now available into many areas of the Park.


Canyon Lodge Administration Building in Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Lodge Administration Building in Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Guests register in this building which is the headquarters of the management of Canyon Lodge, first opened to the public July 1, 1957.



Canyon Visitor Center
Title:
Canyon Visitor Center
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
National Park Service U.S. Department of the Interior, houses Information Center, museum and Ranger station fo rthe area.


Stagecoach
Title:
Stagecoach
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
View of the Stagecoach near Roosevelt Lodge on one of its runs.



Canyon Lodge Lounge in Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Lodge Lounge in Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Modernistically designed, with comfortable seating, a huge fireplace and soft background music, is ideal for the comfort of guests.


Haynes Picture Shop in the Main Lodge, Canyon Village
Title:
Haynes Picture Shop in the Main Lodge, Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Operated first July 1, 1957, like the other Haynes' shops in the park, has books, pictures, photographic supplies and pictorial souvenirs for sale in a wide variety. Curteichcolor



Haynes Picture Shop, Canyon Village
Title:
Haynes Picture Shop, Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Opened in 1960 as a modern shop for the accomodation of the park visitor for films, pictures, post cards, cameras, etc.


Canyon Lodge Lounge in Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Lodge Lounge in Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
with comfortable seating, soft background music and towering picture windows, form a perfect setting for complete relaxation. Curteichcolor



Canyon Lodge Lounge in Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Lodge Lounge in Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
affords a setting for relaxation, with soft background music. This is a pleasant room modernistically designed with the guests' comfort foremost in mind. Curteich


Canyon Lodge Cafeteria Dining Room, Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Lodge Cafeteria Dining Room, Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
is both spacious and comfortable and is equipped with elaborate facilities for quick self-service. Curteich



Canyon Lodge Dining Room Entrance
Title:
Canyon Lodge Dining Room Entrance
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
@ Canyon Village - The dining room and all other main rooms in the Main Lodge Building open onto the huge, covered porch, and are marked by attractively designed signs. Curteichcolor


Canyon Lodge Dining Room, Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Lodge Dining Room, Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
which has a large seating capacity, is colorfully and attractively designed and has large picture windows on both sides.



Canyon Hotel
Title:
Canyon Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
A few hundred feet from the northern rim of the Grand Canyon, with its spacious and and unique lounge and dining room, thrills guests even on their second and later visits. The architect was Robert C. Reamer. Curteichcolor


Canyon Lodge, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Canyon Lodge, Yellowstone Park
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
One of several tourist lodges offering furnished guest cabins, dining room, and recreational facilities. W.A. Krueger Co.



Mt. Washburn Lookout
Title:
Mt. Washburn Lookout
Chrome unused

Description:
On the 10,423 foot summit of the highest point in Yellowstone National Park, reached by road. The stone lookout, built in 1921, was replaced by the present structure in 1940. The road up the north slope of the summit was reopened in 1959, after being closed for several years.


Lake Hotel
Title:
Lake Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Overlooking north shore of Yellowstone Lake, an attractive and favorite spot, for the park visitor. Curteichcolor



Lake Hotel
Title:
Lake Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
On the North Shore of Yellowstone Lake - Recently remodeled and many guest cottages built nearby, for the constantly increasing patronage at this favorite spot. Curteichcolor


Lake Hospital
Title:
Lake Hospital
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Yellowstone Park Medical Service



Lake Lodge
Title:
Lake Lodge
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Overlooking north shore of Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park. Curteich


Roosevelt Lodge
Title:
Roosevelt Lodge
Yellowstone National park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
At junction of North-East Entrance Road. Curteich



Visitor Cabins, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Visitor Cabins, Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused


Feeding Deer in Wintertime
Title:
Feeding Deer in Wintertime
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused



Bear Family
Title:
Bear Family
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Eric J. Seaich Mother bear and 2 cubs begging for food along the highway - a familiar sight in Yellowstone.


Black Bear
Title:
Black Bear
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
laura Dexter They wait consistently for food from tourists.



Highway Robbery
Title:
Highway Robbery
Chrome unused

Description:
A familiar sight in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - Bear stopping cars in search of food.


Bear Beggars
Title:
Bear Beggars
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
These bears have become so tame the waylay the motorists begging for handouts.



Bears
Title:
Bears
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
J. H. Burnett Among the abundant wildlife in Yellowstone National Park, many visitors find the bears most interesting. Playful and comparatively fearless, they are often seen and photographed along the scenic roads in the park.


West Yellowstone in Winter
Title:
West Yellowstone in Winter
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Coldest temperature recorded was 69 below zero on February 9, 1933. 48" of snow fell in a 24-hour period in 1951. Average snowfall is 5' to 6' on the ground. Elevation 6,666.67 feet. Population 500. Wintertime 160.



Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone National Park
Cooke City Montana (MT), Chrome unused

Description:
On Hi-Way 212, four miles from the N.E. Entrance to the park. In the 80's this was a roaring Gold Mining camp and the romance of Gold still hovers over the Mountains which are rich in Gold, Silver, Lead and Zinc. An overnite stop here will be one of the most enjoyable of your western trip. Koppel Color Cards


Mammoth Springs Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Springs Hotel
Chrome unused

Description:
Mammoth Springs Hotel, Mammoth, Yellowstone National Park, Replaced a large hotel built on the same site in the 1880's Beyond the main buildings, is a large group of guest cottages. Curteich



Mammoth Motor Inn and Cabins
Title:
Mammoth Motor Inn and Cabins
Chrome unused

Description:
Wintertime Bus Tours, in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. The scenic excursions operate daily from Mammoth Motor Inn near Yellowstone's north entrance at Gardiner, Montana. The Inn is open year around. Passengers can see an unusual winter wonderland abounding with native wildlife and white landscapes.


The Dude's Map of Yellowstone National Park
Title:
The Dude's Map of Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused



The Giant, the World's Tallest Geyser
Title:
The Giant, the World's Tallest Geyser
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen PM 1939 Jul-17

Description:
One of the most popular features of the long smoke region in Yellowstone National Park. No other place in the world can boast so great an array of hot water phenomena.


Canyon Lodge
Title:
Canyon Lodge
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen

Description:
Canyon Lodge situated near the South Rim of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is near the trail leading to the foot of the Lower Falls.



Old Faithful Inn Dining Room
Title:
Old Faithful Inn Dining Room
Linen

Description:
Old Faithful Inn Dining Room is a new addition to the dining room of the original log structure, together affording ample accommodations for the many guests of the Park Hotel system.


Canyon Hotel
Title:
Canyon Hotel
White Border unused

Description:
All the wonders of the Yellowstone are not of Nature's creation. Man's handwork is shown. Old Faithful Inn and the Canyon Hotel are perfection hostelries. The Canyon home is of monstrous size, marvelous design and superb construction. The Lounge is an inspiration in itself. The Lake Colonial hotel is another. William H. Hunt Collection Gift to the Cleveland Public Library Curt Teich & Co.



Bridge Bay Marina, Yellowstone Lake Area
Title:
Bridge Bay Marina, Yellowstone Lake Area
Chrome unused


Fishing in Yellowstone Lake
Title:
Fishing in Yellowstone Lake
Chrome unused



Yellowstone Lake at Grant Village
Title:
Yellowstone Lake at Grant Village
Chrome unused


View of Mammoth Hotel
Title:
View of Mammoth Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused



The Lookout, Summit of Mt. Washburn, Yellowstone Park
Title:
The Lookout, Summit of Mt. Washburn, Yellowstone Park
White Border PM 1929 Aug-13

Description:
The Lookout, summit of Mt. Washburn, 10,346 ft., was built by the National Park Service as a fire lookout, and resting place for guests. From here the majestic Teton Mountains, many miles away, are visible, as well as a good panorama of the entire park.


1690. Observatory summit on Shoshone Dam, on the Cody Road to Yellowstone Park
Title:
1690. Observatory summit on Shoshone Dam, on the Cody Road to Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
Observatory summit, Shoshone Dam No grander and more awe-inspiring view can be obtained than the view from the summit of the Shoshone Dam, the highest dam in the world, which commands a beautiful view of Shoshone Lake and Shoshone Canyon. The lake covers an area of over ten miles.



Lobby, Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Lobby, Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused


Old Faithful Inn - Dining Room
Title:
Old Faithful Inn - Dining Room
Divided Back



Boating on Yellowstone Lake
Title:
Boating on Yellowstone Lake
White Border unused


Speedboat Adelaide, Yellowstone Lake
Title:
Speedboat Adelaide, Yellowstone Lake
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
Speedboat Adelaide, Yellowstone Lake, the first boat of this type launched on this body of water, was named for Miss Adelaide Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.M. Nichols, who have been identified with the Yellowstone many years.



Steamboat on Lake
Title:
Steamboat on Lake
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back PM 1915


Tenaya Lake
Title:
Tenaya Lake
Real Photo unused



Lobby, Canyon Hotel
Title:
Lobby, Canyon Hotel
White Border unused

Description:
This huge, luxurious hotel was first opened in 1911, at a cost of more than three quarters of a million dollars. The extensive lounge is one of its most beautiful features.


Lake Hotel
Title:
Lake Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused



Grand Canyon Hotel Dining Room
Title:
Grand Canyon Hotel Dining Room
White Border unused


Grand Canyon Camp, Main Building
Title:
Grand Canyon Camp, Main Building
White Border PM 1921 aug-20



Chittenden Bridge and Auto Stages
Title:
Chittenden Bridge and Auto Stages
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border


Haynes Picture Shop at Mammoth, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Haynes Picture Shop at Mammoth, Yellowstone Park
Linen unused

Description:
Haynes' building at the foot of Capitol Hill at Mammoth houses the Mammoth Picture Shop and general offices. Haynes' park views and books pertaining to the West, photographic supplies and everything pictorial of the Yellowstone are sold in the Haynes shops in the hotels, lodges and auto camps throughout the park.



Mammoth Motor Inn and Cabins
Title:
Mammoth Motor Inn and Cabins
Chrome PM 1969 Aug-13

Description:
Mammoth, Yellowstone national park Replaced a large hotel built on the same site in the 1880s Beyond the main buildings, is a large group of guest cottages.


The Official Arch; Entrance to Yellowstone National Park
Title:
The Official Arch; Entrance to Yellowstone National Park
Gardiner Montana (MT), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Greetings from Yellowstone Park
Title:
Greetings from Yellowstone Park
Linen unused

Description:
Yellowstone is perhaps the best known of the National Parks, as well as the largest and one of the most patronized. Its Geysers and hot water phenomena are the most extensive in the world. The rugged Yellowstone Canyon is awe inspiring in ruggedness and depth as well as its vivid coloring. The wild animals are of never ending interest to the visitors. Its never ending succession of beautiful wooded hills, delightful lakes, beautiful falls, canyons, cliffs, streams, colorful formations are warranted to keep all comers constantly pleased. Curt Teich & Co. Inc.


Old Faithful Inn from Dining Room - Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Old Faithful Inn from Dining Room - Yellowstone National Park
Wyoming (WY), White Border PM 1919 Aug-26



Canyon Village - Canyon Lodge Lounge
Title:
Canyon Village - Canyon Lodge Lounge
Chrome unused


Canyon Village - Canyon Lodge Lounge
Title:
Canyon Village - Canyon Lodge Lounge
Chrome unused



Canyon Hotel Lounge
Title:
Canyon Hotel Lounge
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Is one of the unique architectural achievements of the late Robert C. Reamer. He designed and superintended construction of Old Faithful Inn also.


Canyon Village - Canyon Lodge Cafeteria Dining Room
Title:
Canyon Village - Canyon Lodge Cafeteria Dining Room
Chrome unused



Lake Hotel Lounge
Title:
Lake Hotel Lounge
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
HATNES STUDIOS INC. North shore of Yellowstone Lake. Is a delightful adjunct to the hotel which is catering each year to increasing numbers of guests.


Roosevelt Lodge at Junction of North-East Entrance Road Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Roosevelt Lodge at Junction of North-East Entrance Road Yellowstone National Park
Chrome unused



Norris Geyser Basin
Title:
Norris Geyser Basin
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Real Photo


View of Yellowstone River 1919
Title:
View of Yellowstone River 1919
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Real Photo



Jim Bridger Court - North Entrance to Yellowstone Park
Title:
Jim Bridger Court - North Entrance to Yellowstone Park
Gardiner Montana (MT), Chrome unused


Stone Arch, Entrance to Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Stone Arch, Entrance to Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused



Golden Gate
Title:
Golden Gate
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
One of the most picturesque points in the park is the rugged path between the lofty elevation of Bunsen Peak and Terrace Mountain, known as Golden Gate. The sides of these rugged walls are covered with a golden moss, suggesting the name the Canyon bears at this place


Castle Well and Castle Geyser
Title:
Castle Well and Castle Geyser
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Castle Geyser possesses the largest cone in the region, which is an indication that it is one of the oldest active geysers in the Park. One hundred feet north is found a large crested spring, which is usually filled to overflowing. The bottom edges of the spring are brightly colored and present a very beautiful picture



Hyman Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs
Title:
Hyman Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
This terrace is situated in the upper level of the formation, meaning that sandy waste around the Hot Springs and Geysers, and is in full view of the Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel at Mammoth Hot Springs. It is a beautifully colored and magnificently formed terrace, and is a close rival of these other wonders of thermal action


Red Pinnacle, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
Title:
Red Pinnacle, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Grand Canyon is not only the most wonderful thing in Yellowstone National Park, but it has not so far as yet known its counterpart anywhere else. There are other fine canyons, but none that combine such color and sculpture work. Red Pinnacle is a bright red rock that can be seen from all parts of the Canyon. It is the place from which the most photographs of the Falls are made, and a favorite place with the hunters for the colored sands so much sought after for souvenirs



Daisy Geyser
Title:
Daisy Geyser
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The word geyser is derived from the Icelandic word "geysa" to burst forth, to spout. A geyser is a water volcano that at regular or irregular intervals throws out volumes of hot water, varying in intensity and violence. One of the most interesting of these is Daisy Geyser


Lone Star Geyser
Title:
Lone Star Geyser
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
This geyser is a cone ten feet in height and twelve feet in diameter, and has one large square opening; in action at intervals of thirty minutes to to hours, throwing a fine spray of steam sixty feet high



Riverside Geyset, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Riverside Geyset, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
Riverside Garden is located on the east bank of the Firehole River, where it plays and throws an oblique column of water far out into the river, a spectacle different from any other in the basin


Punch Bowl Spring, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Punch Bowl Spring, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
This spring is located in the Upper Geyser Basin and is he most beautiful creation of this particular class. The molded rim sparkles with color, and its agitated surface has a most scintillating effect



Thumb Print Pots, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Thumb Print Pots, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
This is a basin, 50 feet in diameter, with a seething mass of beautiful colored clay. Around the edge are dozens of hollow mud cones from which discharges of mud occur


A Park Bear
Title:
A Park Bear
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The bears of the park are objects of peculiar interest. No sound of gun or bark of dog is ever heard, and the bears, though wild, have become so tame that they give only curious notice to tourists as they pass. Some of these bears are wrapped in robes that would command a fancy price. They come down in the evening from their homes in the hills to feed around the hotels



Handkerchief Pool Near Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Handkerchief Pool Near Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
All over the area of the region of the Yellowstone National Park and the borders of it, there are geysers, terraces, springs and pools. The pools are placid ponds that seem to have little or no flow of water. Handkerchief Pool derives its name from the fact that a handkerchief dropped into the pool will disappear in the suction and reappear in about two minutes thoroughly laundried by the hot lime water


Mound Terrace
Title:
Mound Terrace
Divided Back unused

Description:
The nature-painted terraces in Yellowstone National Park defy artificial reproductions, either in color or sculpture. In the clear lucid water of the ever-steaming pools, vegetable growths of a jelly-like character are seen. These are exquisitely beautiful. Mound Terrace is one of the peculiarly noted terraces



Concrete Bridges, Yellowstone Canyon, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Concrete Bridges, Yellowstone Canyon, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
The roads in Yellowstone National Park are good in all the word implies: they were laid out by Government survey and are maintained, sprinkled, and ballasted by the United States Government through Congressional appropriations


Crater of Mud Volcano
Title:
Crater of Mud Volcano
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
This volcano is claimed to be the most hideous and yet is one of the most interesting sights in the park. Its funnel-shaped crater is thirty feet in depth, formed by mud ejected from below, out of which a bluish-gray mud and steam is constantly belched and in a manner that is both repulsive and interesting



Overflow from Excelsior Geyser, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Overflow from Excelsior Geyser, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
Excelsior geyser has been inactive since 1888, during which time it threw out an immense volume of water and great masses of rock, so that the crater was greatly enlarged, and now, though inactive, pours over 4,000 gallons of water per minute into Fire Hole River. The crater is twenty feet deep and has an area of 330 by 200 feet. This was at one time the largest geyser, in reality a volcano


Crater of Giantess, After Eruption
Title:
Crater of Giantess, After Eruption
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Giantess, a geyser of unusual importance, is located in the Upper Geyser Basin, the greatest of all geyser basins in the world. Its crater is bowl-shaped and is wholly devoid of the highly colored ornamentation and cone so characteristic of other geysers in this region



Cinnamon Bears
Title:
Cinnamon Bears
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
With each succeeding year the wild animals in the Park become a more interesting feature of it. Here is really the only place where the public in general can freely see the animals of the forest and the wilds in their natural state. The bears are found near the hotels and it requires no exertion, beyond the walk of a few rods, by tourists to see them


Keppler Cascades
Title:
Keppler Cascades
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
These cascades in Upper Geyser Basin are a series of sparkling falls of water 100 to 150 feet in height and made more picturesque by a background of forests



Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
In plain sight from Old Faithful Inn, and every 63 minutes without variation, winter and summer, day and night, gives its exhibition. Eruptions by moonlight, sunrise or sunset are most brilliant


Falls of the Yellowstone from Point Lookout, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Falls of the Yellowstone from Point Lookout, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
From Point Lookout is afforded probably the best view of the Great Falls of the Yellowstone, as well as the canyon of the river itself. The falls drop a distance of 360 feet into the gorge below, and are one of the most wonderful and inspiring sights in this region of wonders



Jupiter Terrace
Title:
Jupiter Terrace
Divided Back unused

Description:
Jupiter Terrace, the largest of the group of terraces in the Park, extends some 2,000 feet along the edge of a high mound of brilliantly colored deposit. A climb of 100 feet brings one to the summit, where are two large springs of boiling water


Firehole Cascades, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Firehole Cascades, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
These picturesque cascades are in the Firehole River, about two miles from the confluence of the Gibbon and Firehole. These cascades are very much admired, and a few moments' halt is always made at them



Goggles Pool Near Old Faithful
Title:
Goggles Pool Near Old Faithful
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Some of the most interesting points of interest to be found in the park are the pools, which are placid ponds that seem to have little or no flow of water. Some of these have the most beautiful transparent colors. The water itself is colorless, perfectly clear, yet the deposits around them and beneath the surfaces are in vari-colored hues of the most beautiful tints. Goggles Pool, near Old Faithful, derives its name from its close resemblance to a pair of goggles


Canyon Hotel, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Canyon Hotel, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
This hotel is situated on an eminence 1,000 feet above the Lower Falls. Was built at a cost of three-quarters of a million dollars and was opened to the public in 1911, providing accommodations for over 500 guests. The view of the surrounding country is unsurpassed and all the conveniences of modern civilization are here found



Red Rock, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Red Rock, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
This place is regarded as the best vantage point to view the Grand Falls of the Yellowstone River and its rapids. Its name is derived from the red color of the pinnacle on the heights of a formation of rock and limestone


Grand Geyser, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Grand Geyser, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
Nature has lavished her gifts on the region of the Yellowstone - all under the guard of mountain sentinels, around whose lofty heads group every form of cloud castle that vagrant winds can build. But of all the wonders that God in His mysterious way has there worked to perform, none is so strange, so startling, as the geysers. Grand Geyser, one of the famous active geysers in Upper Geyser Basin, plays every eighteen to twenty days, 250 feet, but only twenty minutes to a half hour H.H. Tammen Co



Crater of Grotto Geyser
Title:
Crater of Grotto Geyser
Divided Back unused

Description:
This geyser is within a cone with many cavelike openings. Eruptions take place every three or four hours and last thirty minutes


The Sponge, Upper Geyser Basin
Title:
The Sponge, Upper Geyser Basin
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
This unique formation is in Upper Basin and is a short distance from Giantess Geyser, and strongly resembles a huge sponge in character and color



Lake Colonial Hotel, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Lake Colonial Hotel, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
A very large and entirely modern and dignified hotel in the Colonial style, most attractively located on the shore of Yellowstone Lake, near the outlet


Orange Geyser, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Orange Geyser, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
This geyser is in Mammoth Hot Springs, on a terrace above the Narrow Gauge. It is an oblong mound of deposit twenty feet high and twenty feet in diameter, and is active and brilliantly colored



Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone from Artist Point
Title:
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone from Artist Point
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Begins just south of the Upper Falls and continues northward for more than 25 miles; it is from 1,000 to 1,800 feet deep and varies from a few hundred feet to more than a mile in width. The walls of the canyon are formed of rhyolite, on which the thermal action of hot water and steam has worked many changes. From thi cause comes the tremendous variety in coloring


Minute Man Geyser, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Minute Man Geyser, Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
Of all the awe-inspiring sights of the Yellowstone the geysers are the most wonderful. They are scattered everywhere, covering a broad plateau which forms the floor of the park. The most noted, however, being grouped in the Geyser Basin. One of these is Minute Man Geyser, which is seen in action. Although it does not live up to his name, as it varies from one to twenty minutes between eruptions of twelve to fifteen feet



Moonlight on the Lake, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Moonlight on the Lake, Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
Yellowstone Lake Situated 7,788 feet above the sea (the largest body of water in North America at such an altitude) is this grand mountain lake. It embraces an area of about 150 square miles. Several islands dot its surface. Motor boats offer an opportunity of riding on one of the highest navigated lakes in the world


Gibbon Falls
Title:
Gibbon Falls
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Gibbon Falls is probably the most interesting attraction on the drive between Norris Geyser Basin and Lower Geyser Basin. These falls make a very pretty picture streaming in a thin, shining ribbon of silvery spray from a great height



Mammoth Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
One of the most remarkable features connected with this wonderful park is the number of modern and commodious inns and hotels found here for the benefit of the visitors. This beautiful hotel at Mammoth has in its foreground three hundred feet high, the wonderful many-colored and beautifully formed Hot Springs Terrace which belong in the list of the water made wonders of the Park


Giant Geyser
Title:
Giant Geyser
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
This is the monarch of all geysers, and is situated near Firehole River, about a mile from the hotel. Its cone is about ten feet in height and seventy-five feet in diameter, broken on the west side from the base to the apex, affording a view of turbulence within



Natural Bridge
Title:
Natural Bridge
Divided Back unused


Great Falls of the Yellowstone
Title:
Great Falls of the Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
From Point Lookout is afforded probably the best view of the Great Falls of the Yellowstone, as well as the canyon of the river itself. The falls drop a distance of 360 feet into the gorge below, and are one of the most wonderful and inspiring sights in this region of wonders



Roaring Mountain
Title:
Roaring Mountain
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Roaring Mountain, one of the wonders of this park, located on the road between Mammoth Hot Springs and Norris Geyser Basin, is a high hill from which there is a continual eruption of steam, which produces the roaring sound that gives it its name. A violent eruption in 1902 created numerous fissures from which steam issued in such quanitities as to kill all the trees on the hillside


Upper Falls of the Yellowstone
Title:
Upper Falls of the Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Canyon and the falls of the Yellowstone beggar description. They are twin wonders in a wonderland. There are longer, wider and deeper canyons, but none have that beauty of diversified coloring that exists in the Yellowstone. And the falls - the drapery of the canyon - the two silvery curtains that hang at its head - a great river pouring over a precipice and falling glassy sheets hundreds of feet



Yellowstone Lake and Mt. Sheridan
Title:
Yellowstone Lake and Mt. Sheridan
Divided Back unused


Pahaska Tepee on Cody Road to Yellowstone Park
Title:
Pahaska Tepee on Cody Road to Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused

Description:
Pahaska Tepee, Buffalo Bill's Lodge, is situated about 53 miles from Cody on the road to Yellowstone Park. It was originally used by Buffalo Bill as a hunting lodge



Lake Colonial Hotel
Title:
Lake Colonial Hotel
White Border unused


Lake Hotel Lobby
Title:
Lake Hotel Lobby
White Border unused

Description:
The new Lake Hotel is on the shore of Yellowstone Lake near the outlet, overlooking the beautiful sheet of water, 20 miles across, and the snow-capped Absaroka Mountains. The Lake has an elevation of 7,730 feet



Lake Hotel Dining Room, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Lake Hotel Dining Room, Yellowstone Park
White Border unused

Description:
Lake Hotel Dining Room, Yellowstone Park, is an indication of the facilities provided for patrons of the Yellowstone Park hotels which are comparable to the large city hostelries, although many miles from the nearest city or railroad. From this room a splendid view of Yellowstone Lake is to be had


Old Faithful Camp Dining Room
Title:
Old Faithful Camp Dining Room
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused



Old Faithful Inn Dining Room, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Old Faithful Inn Dining Room, Yellowstone Park
White Border unused

Description:
Old Faithful Inn Dining Room, Upper Room, Yellowstone Park, has ample capacity for the patronage of the hotels system in the park. The main hotels are at Mammoth, Old Faithful, Lake and Grand Canyon


Canyon Village - Canyon Lodge Administration Building and Main Lodge
Title:
Canyon Village - Canyon Lodge Administration Building and Main Lodge
Chrome unused



Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park
Chrome unused


Sheep Eater Cliffs, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Sheep Eater Cliffs, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back PM 1907 Dec-28

Description:
Named after the only tribe of Indians that ever permanently lived in the Park. Their basalt columns form the walls of the Middle Gardiner Canyon



Paradise Valley
Title:
Paradise Valley
Livingston Montana (MT), Divided Back unused


Lower Falls from Moran Point
Title:
Lower Falls from Moran Point
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome PM 1955 Sep-13

Description:
The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone



White Dome Geyser, Lower Geyser Basin
Title:
White Dome Geyser, Lower Geyser Basin
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome PM 1960 Jun-17

Description:
Erupts eighteen to thirty feet in height, two or three times each hour


Union Pacific System - Yellowstone Park Panama-Pacific Exposition, 1915
Title:
Union Pacific System - Yellowstone Park Panama-Pacific Exposition, 1915
Divided Back unused

Description:
Yellowstone National Park is Nature's matchless wonderland. No assembling of Earth's marvels approaches it and the Union Pacific System's reproduction - covering 4 1/4 acres - is impressively life-like. The Spectatorium seats 1000 and its stage is 95 by 50 feet. Old Faithful Inn, with the Official Exposition Orchestra of 80 master musicians, accommodates 2000 and is the 1915 cafe de luxe. To dine here once is to return often



Gardiner Depot and Stone Arch, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Gardiner Depot and Stone Arch, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back unused


The Lobby, Old Faithful Inn
Title:
The Lobby, Old Faithful Inn
Divided Back

Description:
Series 8810



Lake Hotel, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Lake Hotel, Yellowstone Park
White Border unused

Description:
Lake Hotel, Yellowstone Park, is one of the four large hotels operated in the park by the Yellowstone Park Hotel Company. It overlooks Yellowstone Lake, the largest body of water in the park, which has an area of 139 square miles and is at an elevation of 7,730 feet above sea level


West Yellowstone Station, U.P. Terminal
Title:
West Yellowstone Station, U.P. Terminal
White Border unused



Rustic Depot at Gardiner, entrance to Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Rustic Depot at Gardiner, entrance to Yellowstone National Park
Gardiner Montana (MT), White Border PM 1925 Jul-22

Description:
Northern Pacific Station. At Gardiner, Montana, the government has erected a huge lava arch to designate the entrance to the Park. Facing this arch the Northern Pacific Railway has erected its railway station, artistic and rustic, at the very threshold of Wonderland. The station is only five miles from Mammoth Hot Springs and the beautiful painted terraces. Here is where the ideal Park tour begins


Greeting From Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Greeting From Yellowstone National Park
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Top to Bottom (left to right) Grizzly bears, Firehole Falls, Riverside Geyser, Bull moose, Old Faithful Geyser, Lower Falls of the Yellowstone, Grotto Geyser, Upper Falls of the Yellowstone, beautiful Yellowstone Lake, Old Faithful at sunset, Firehole River, Castle Geyser & Beehive Geyser



View of Lake Lodge
Title:
View of Lake Lodge
Continental Chrome PM 1972 Sep-7

Description:
One of the many Lodges in Yellowstone National Park


Minerva Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs
Title:
Minerva Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Post Card (Undivided Back)

Description:
The Mammoth Hot Springs constitute one of the first points of attraction visited by the majority of tourists. The great streams of boiling water give the spectator his first evidence of subterranean heat. Among the most interesting of the active springs is Minerva Terrace, which is especially notable for the variety of forms presented and the delicacy of the coloring



Castle Well
Title:
Castle Well
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Crater - Oblong Geyser
Title:
Crater - Oblong Geyser
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Lake Lodge, One of the Many Lodges in the Park
Title:
Lake Lodge, One of the Many Lodges in the Park
Continental Chrome unused


Northern Pacific Station, Gardiner Entrance to Yellowstone Park
Title:
Northern Pacific Station, Gardiner Entrance to Yellowstone Park
Linen PM 1957 Jan-3



Canyon Lodge, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Canyon Lodge, Yellowstone National Park
Linen unused

Description:
Canyon Lodge situated near the South Rim of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is near the trail leading to the foot of the Lower Falls


Six-Horse Coaching Party at Yellowstone Park
Title:
Six-Horse Coaching Party at Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused



Union Pacific Station, Western Entrance to Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Union Pacific Station, Western Entrance to Yellowstone National Park
West Yellowstone Montana (MT), White Border PM 1937 Aug-31

Description:
The West Yellowstone entrance, where this beautiful station is located is a popular gateway to Yellowstone National Park


Rustic Depot - Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Rustic Depot - Yellowstone National Park
Gardiner Montana (MT), Divided Back unused



Emerald Pool, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Emerald Pool, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back PM 1911 Oct-13


Liberty Cap and Hotel, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Liberty Cap and Hotel, Yellowstone National Park
Divided Back PM Jul-19



Entrance to Park
Title:
Entrance to Park
Chrome unused

Description:
Yellowstone National Park was established on March 1, 1872. It contains approximately 2,221,766 acres. There are at least 10,000 thermal features of all kinds in the park. It is truly a place of sylvan beauty and an incomparable sanctuary for wildlife


Gardiner's Depot and Stone Arch - Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Gardiner's Depot and Stone Arch - Yellowstone National Park
Gardiner Montana (MT), Divided Back unused



Eastern Brook Trout Photographed Alive
Title:
Eastern Brook Trout Photographed Alive
Yellowstone National Park, White Border unused


Old Faithful Lodge Dining Room, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Old Faithful Lodge Dining Room, Yellowstone Park
White Border PM 1931 Aug-16

Description:
Old Faithful Lodge Dining Room. Yellowstone Park, near the central building, overlooks Old Faithful Geyser. This view gives one an idea of the facilities afforded park patrons in the Lodge Company system, which consists of many detached sleeping cabins, and large buildings which house lounges, dining rooms and shops and recreational centers



Greetings From Yellowstone Park
Title:
Greetings From Yellowstone Park
Linen unused

Description:
Yellowstone is perhaps the best known of the National Parks, as well as the largest and one of the most patronized. Its Geysers and hot water phenomena are the most extensive in the world. The rugged Yellowston Canon is awe inspiring in ruggedness and depth as well as its vivid coloring. The wild animals are of never ending interest to the visitors. Its never ending succession of beautiful wooded hills, delightful lakes, beautiful falls, canons, cliffs, streams, colorful formations are warranted to keep all comers constantly pleased


Lake Lodge Lobby
Title:
Lake Lodge Lobby
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
Faces towards the outlet of Yellowstone Lake. In the distant Absaroka Range may be seen the Sleeping Giant outlined by the mountain peaks



Canyon Hotel Lounge, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Canyon Hotel Lounge, Yellowstone National Park
Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
Canyon Hotel Lounge, one of the show places of the park, is the front wing of the hotel situated on the north side of the Grand Canyon


Haynes Picture Shop at Mammoth
Title:
Haynes Picture Shop at Mammoth
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
Haynes' building at the foot of Capitol Hill at Mammoth houses the Mammoth Picture Shop and general offices. Haynes' park views and books pertaining to the West, photographic supplies and everything pictorial of the Yellowstone are sold in the Haynes shops, i nthe hotels, lodges and auto camps throughout the park



Oblong Geyser Crater
Title:
Oblong Geyser Crater
Linen PM 1954 Apr-15

Description:
Oblong Geyser Crater, Yellowstone Park at Old Faithful, is in size 20 by 48 feet and was sounded to a depth of nearly 36 feet. The Oblong Geyser erupts several times each twenty-four hours to heights varying from twenty to forty feet, displays lasting from six to nine minutes


Oblong Geyser Crater
Title:
Oblong Geyser Crater
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen PM 1954 Jun-10

Description:
At Old Faithful, is in size 20 by 48 feet and was sounded to a depth of nearly 36 feet. The Oblong Geyser erupts several times each twenty-four hours to heights varying from twenty to forty feet, displays lasting from six to nine minutes



Twin Lakes and Rock Creek Canyon, Beartooth Highway
Title:
Twin Lakes and Rock Creek Canyon, Beartooth Highway
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen PM 1954 Mar-9

Description:
Northeast of Beartooth Butte the Beartooth Highway parallels Rock Creek Canyon. This view shows the canyon and Twin Lakes in their beautiful mountain setting near the top of the world


Canyon Lodge Guest Cottages
Title:
Canyon Lodge Guest Cottages
Chrome

Description:
Canyon Village Yellowstone National Park Begun in 1956, the village was in operation on July 1, 1957



Canyon Lodge Cafeteria Dining Room, Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Lodge Cafeteria Dining Room, Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome

Description:
Is both spacious and comfortable, and is equipped with elaborate facilities for quick self-service


Grand Canyon Hotel
Title:
Grand Canyon Hotel
Divided Back unused



Hymen Terrace and Valley
Title:
Hymen Terrace and Valley
Divided Back unused


Fort Yellowstone
Title:
Fort Yellowstone
Divided Back unused



The Lobby - Old Faithful Inn
Title:
The Lobby - Old Faithful Inn
Divided Back PM 1908 Aug-7


Absaroka Lodge
Title:
Absaroka Lodge
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Located 300 yards north of Hwys 14-16-20, 12 miles east of Yellowstone, 40 miles west of Cody. The lodge and cabins are nestled among the pines along Gunbarrel Creek, a mountain trout stream, in a shady rock canyon. Elevation, 6000 ft. assures cool nights. Modern heated cabins, home cooked meals. Your host, Fred Garlow, grandson of Buffalo Bill, welcomes overnight guests. For reservations phone (307) 587-3963. Call us from Cody free. There is no long distance charge



Golden Gate, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Golden Gate, Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused


Gardiner Canyon
Title:
Gardiner Canyon
Divided Back unused

Description:
The roadway follows the course of the Gardiner River for two miles in this canyon. It is a typical western mountain scene where bold peaks, rugged cliffs and a mountain torrent lend their charm



Grand Canyon from Artists' Point
Title:
Grand Canyon from Artists' Point
Divided Back unused

Description:
This is the point of vantage that Thomas Moran selected for painting his famous picture of the Canyon that hangs in the National Capitol


Pulpit Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs
Title:
Pulpit Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
This smaller, not by no means less beautiful terrace, is located at the foot of Jupiter Terrace. It's bright colors and the active thermal spring at the top are its chief attractions



Liberty Cap
Title:
Liberty Cap
Divided Back unused


Departing Stages at the Yellowstone Hotel
Title:
Departing Stages at the Yellowstone Hotel
Divided Back unused



The Paint Pot, Yellowstone Park
Title:
The Paint Pot, Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused


Orange Geyser
Title:
Orange Geyser
Divided Back unused

Description:
A misnomer for an orange colored, dome-shaped mound with an active spring at the top. It stands, in impressive solitude, in a woodland dell near Bath Lake



Minerva Terrace
Title:
Minerva Terrace
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
This travertine deposite lies in the west of the Main Terrace at Mammoth Hot Springs. Its delicate hues of yellow and orange, displayed in the best advantage by its compact outline, make it one of the most striking of the group


Jupiter Terrace
Title:
Jupiter Terrace
Divided Back unused



Canyon From Artist's Point, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Canyon From Artist's Point, Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused


Shoshone Dam as Seen From an Airplane
Title:
Shoshone Dam as Seen From an Airplane
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Real Photo PM 1926 Jun-26



Mammoth Springs Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Springs Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Replaced a large hotel built on the same site in the 1880's. Beyond the main buildings is a large group of guest cottages


Fishing Cone
Title:
Fishing Cone
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), White Border unused



Lake Hotel Dining Room
Title:
Lake Hotel Dining Room
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), White Border unused

Description:
Lake Hotel Dining Room, Yellowstone Park, is an indication of the facilities provided for patrons of the Yellowstone Park hotels, which are comparable to the large city hostelries, although many miles from the nearest city or railroad. From this room a splendid view of Yellowstone Lake is to be had


Great Falls from below, 308ft
Title:
Great Falls from below, 308ft
Yellowstone National Park, White Border unused

Description:
Great Falls of the Yellowstone. Yellowstone Park, was photographed from the bottom of the Grand Canyon next the foot of Uncle Tom's Trail. The terrible power of this 308 ft. cataract is appreciated here where the roar, which echoes and re-echoes down the canyon, is almoste deafening



Gibbon Falls, 84 Ft
Title:
Gibbon Falls, 84 Ft
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), White Border unused

Description:
Gibbon Fall, 84 feet, Gibbon Canyon,, Yellowstone Park, is one of the principal attractions between Norris Geyser Basin and Madison Junction on the Grand Loop Road of the Park. It was named for General John A. Gibbon, who explored the canyon in the early days


Grand Canyon From Artist Point
Title:
Grand Canyon From Artist Point
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), White Border unused

Description:
one of the favorite views of the chasm and the Great Falls. 308 feet in height, "from which point Thomas Moran drew his inspiration for the celebrated painting which now adorns the Capitol at Washington." (Chittendon)



Canyon Lodge Lounge
Title:
Canyon Lodge Lounge
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
Canyon Lodge is composed of a large main building housing the Lounge, Dining Room and Office, around which is semi-circular form are arranged the many cabins


Lower Falls of the Yellowstone
Title:
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back



Silver Gate and the Hoodoos
Title:
Silver Gate and the Hoodoos
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back


Oblong Geyser
Title:
Oblong Geyser
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back

Description:
Is a short distance from the Giant Geyser, and is oblong in shape. 30x50 feet. The interior is exposed to a depth of several feet following each eruption, giving best interior view of several feet following each eruption, giving best interior view of a geyser in action



Sheep Eater Cliffs
Title:
Sheep Eater Cliffs
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back

Description:
These cliffs were named after the only tribe of Indians that ever permanently lived in the Park. Their heights of columnar basalt form the walls of the Middle Gardiner Canyon, off the regular rouse


Herd of Wild Elk
Title:
Herd of Wild Elk
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back PM 1909 Jun-16



Mammoth Hot Springs Lodge Cabins
Title:
Mammoth Hot Springs Lodge Cabins
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
The view shows one of the permanent lodges erected for the comfort of its guests


Mammoth Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border

Description:
A big hotel in a big park! How many thousands have been housed in it? How many more will be? The hotel in the Capital of the Park accords with the products of nature and man's other evidences of his creative genius



Mammoth Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border

Description:
One of the most remarkable features connected with this wonderful park is the number of modern and commodious inns and hotels found here for the benefit of the visitors. This beautiful hotel at Mammoth has in its foreground, three hundred feet high, the wonderful, many-colored and beautifully-formed Hot Springs Terrace which belongs in the list of water-made wonders of the Park


Grand Canyon Hotel
Title:
Grand Canyon Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border



Grand Canyon Hotel, Lounge Toward Office
Title:
Grand Canyon Hotel, Lounge Toward Office
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border


Grand Canyon Hotel, Lounge Toward Office
Title:
Grand Canyon Hotel, Lounge Toward Office
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border



Yellowstone National Park Lodge
Title:
Yellowstone National Park Lodge
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border


Colonial Hotel, Yellowstone Lake
Title:
Colonial Hotel, Yellowstone Lake
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border



Canyon Hotel
Title:
Canyon Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border

Description:
This hotel is situated on an eminence 1,000 feet above the Lower Falls; was built at a cost of three-quarters of a million dollars and was opened to the public in 1911, providing accommodations for over 500 guests. The view of the surrounding country is unsurpassed and all the conveniences of modern civilization are here found


Canyon Hotel
Title:
Canyon Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border

Description:
All the wonders of the Yellowstone are not of nature's creation. Man's handwork is shown. Old Faithful Inn and the Canyon Hotel are perfection hostelries. The Canhon home is of monstrous size, marvelous design and superb construction. The Lounge is an inspiration in itself. The Lake Colonial hotel is another



Old Faithful Inn Dining Room
Title:
Old Faithful Inn Dining Room
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border


Obsidian Cliff
Title:
Obsidian Cliff
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
Obsidian Cliff, Yellowstone Park, is on the Mammoth-Norris road, 12.3 miles from Mammoth Hot Springs. This volcanic glass brought Indians to the region in the early days for arrowhead material as the pipestone country of Minnesota attracted Indians to its quarries



Lower Falls from Below
Title:
Lower Falls from Below
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River at the head of the Grand Canyon is 308 feet high and 80 feet across at the top. THis view was taken from the foot of Uncle Tom's Trail


Lower Falls from Below
Title:
Lower Falls from Below
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Lower falls of the Yellowstone River at the head of the Grand Canyon is 308 feet high and 80 feet across the top. This view was taken from the foot of Uncle Tom's Trail



Old Faithful Geyser
Title:
Old Faithful Geyser
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Old Faithful Geyser, most celebrated of all Yellowstone geysers, usually erupts at intervals of slightly more than 66 minutes. Occasional eruptions vary considerably from this average - the extremes noted in its intervals being 38 and 91 minutes. The height attained by the water column, being influenced largely by the force of the wind, varies from 116 to 171 feet but probably averages 150 feet


Mother Bear and Cub Hiking
Title:
Mother Bear and Cub Hiking
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
This fascinating picture of a mother bear and cub was taken near Norris Geyser Basin where the little cub received his first lesson in the art of entertaining the visitors in Yellowstone National park



Lower Falls from Below
Title:
Lower Falls from Below
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River on the head of the Grand Canyon is 308 feet high and 80 feet across the top. This view was taken from the foot of Uncle Tom's Trail


Grand Canyon From Artist Point
Title:
Grand Canyon From Artist Point
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone from Artist Point is one of the favorite views of the chasm and the Lower Falls, 308 feet in height. Moran (the famous artist) has said that this is the most brilliantly colored landscape in existence



Mother Bear and Cub Hiking, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Mother Bear and Cub Hiking, Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
This fascinating picture of a mother bear and cub was taken near Norris Geyser Basin where the little cub received his first lesson in the art of entertaining the visitors in Yellowstone National Park


Lower Falls from Below
Title:
Lower Falls from Below
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River at the head of the Grand Canyon is 308 feet high and 80 feet across the top. This view was taken from the foot of Uncle Tome's Trail



Grand Canyon from Artist Point
Title:
Grand Canyon from Artist Point
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone from Artist Point is one of the favorite views of the chasm and the Lower Falls, 308 feet in height. Moran (the famous artist) has said that this is the most brilliantly colored landscape in existence


Mother Bear and Cub Hiking
Title:
Mother Bear and Cub Hiking
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
this fascinating picture of a mother bear and cub was taken near Norris Geyser Basin where the little cub received his first lesson in the art of entertaining the visitors in Yellowstone National Park



Geyser Hill, Upper Geyser Basin
Title:
Geyser Hill, Upper Geyser Basin
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Geyser Hill includes the Giantess, Beehive and Lion Group and many hot springs and small geysers across the Firehole River from Old Faithful Geyser


Morning Glory Pool
Title:
Morning Glory Pool
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
A soft sky-blue on clear days as seen through the crystal waters. Morning Glory Pool presents in color and shape the appearance of a giant flower. It is located in the Upper Geyser Basin, about a mile and a half from Old Faithful Geyser



Lower Falls from Moran Point - Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Lower Falls from Moran Point - Yellowstone National Park
Wyoming (WY), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone


Road from Billings, Red Lodge Highway
Title:
Road from Billings, Red Lodge Highway
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused



Lake Hotel
Title:
Lake Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome

Description:
Lake Hotel, situated on the shores of Yellowstone Lake, is one of Yellowstone Park's modern, comfortable hotels W. A. Krueger Co


Roosevelt Lodge at Junction of North-East Entrance Road - Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Roosevelt Lodge at Junction of North-East Entrance Road - Yellowstone National Park
Chrome



Grand Canyon Hotel Lounge from Office
Title:
Grand Canyon Hotel Lounge from Office
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
This hotel, of which Robert C. Reamer was architect, is a quarter of a mile from the brink of the Grand Canyon. Its Lounge Room is used for concerts, dances, and a place to rest


Shoshone Dam, Shoshone Canyon, Cody Way to Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Shoshone Dam, Shoshone Canyon, Cody Way to Yellowstone National Park
Linen unused



Old Faithful Inn Lobby, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Old Faithful Inn Lobby, Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
Old Faithful Inn Lobby was photographed by artificial light; notice the huge clock and fireplace, and the crowd of sightseers


Canyon Hotel Lounge, Yellowstone National Park
Title:
Canyon Hotel Lounge, Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen

Description:
Canyon Hotel Lounge, one of the show places of the park, is the front wing of the hotel situated on the north side of the Grand Canyon



Canyon Lodge Administration Building and Main Lodge, Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Lodge Administration Building and Main Lodge, Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome

Description:
These buildings and five hundred guest cottages represent an investment of more than 5 million dollars. Begun in 1956, the village was in operation on July 1, 1957


Old Faithful Inn Lobby
Title:
Old Faithful Inn Lobby
Yellowstone National park Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the most famous of the park hotels. Its lobby, with massive fireplace and clock is surrounded by a maze of balconies trimmed with gnarled tree trunks



Sunset Lake, Upper Geyser Basin
Title:
Sunset Lake, Upper Geyser Basin
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back PM 1915 Jun-22


Punch Bowl, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Punch Bowl, Yellowstone Park
Wyoming (WY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Sep-7



Hayden Valley, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Hayden Valley, Yellowstone Park
Wyoming (WY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1908 Jun-21


Yellowstone National Park, Head of Yellowstone Lake
Title:
Yellowstone National Park, Head of Yellowstone Lake
Wyoming (WY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907

Description:
Yellowstone Lake is about 7,741 feet above the level of the sea with a shore line of about 100 miles and an area of 139 square miles. Its maximum depth is 300 feet and it is fed from mountain springs and snow drifts. The waters are icy cold, clear and transparent to great depths. The shape of the lake resembles that of a human hand and the best view is from the head of the lake. Tourists travel by stage around its border or by boat across it



Rocky Mt. Bee Plant - Cleome Glabra - Yellowstone Park
Title:
Rocky Mt. Bee Plant - Cleome Glabra - Yellowstone Park
Divided Back unused


Lone Star Geyser in Eruption
Title:
Lone Star Geyser in Eruption
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
Standing in solitary grandeur and throwing from its striped and beaded cone, a column of spray 60 feet high, few of the minor geysers excel this in beauty



Yellowstone Lake and Mt. Sheridan
Title:
Yellowstone Lake and Mt. Sheridan
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused


Hymen Terrace
Title:
Hymen Terrace
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused



Grotto Geyser
Title:
Grotto Geyser
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused


Herd of Buffalo
Title:
Herd of Buffalo
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused

Description:
This is the remainder of a vanishing and noble animal. A surviving few has been suggested to use as a good title for this picture. These buffalo are part of the Yellowstone Park herd and are quietly chewing their cuds like farm cattle, as the photographer takes their picture



Jupiter Terrace
Title:
Jupiter Terrace
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back


Bears Ambling Down a Road
Title:
Bears Ambling Down a Road
Yellowstone National Park Idaho (ID), Real Photo unused



Switchbacks, Red Lodge - Cooke Highway
Title:
Switchbacks, Red Lodge - Cooke Highway
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused


The Campfire Entertainment
Title:
The Campfire Entertainment
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
Haynes Picture Shops Campfire entertainment is an established evening feature of many of the Lodges in Yellowstone Park. Entertainment, presented by the Lodge employees, consists of pantomimes, theatricals, song fests, and campfire stories to the accompaniment of a huge, crackling pine campfire



Shoshone Dam & Highway
Title:
Shoshone Dam & Highway
Shoshone Canyon Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused

Description:
In the scenic Shoshone Canyon on the Cody Road to Yellowstone


Three Bear Up A Tree
Title:
Three Bear Up A Tree
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border PM 1933 Feb-23



Liberty Cap and Hotel
Title:
Liberty Cap and Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Eastern Brook Trout Photographed Alive
Title:
Eastern Brook Trout Photographed Alive
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
Fishermen int the park catch the eastern brook trout, rainbows, mackinaws, cut throats (native trout), and several other species of game fish. The farther one leaves the travelled routes the better is the fishing Curt Teich & Co



Emigrant Peak
Title:
Emigrant Peak
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
(Alt. 10,960 ft.) From the Paradise Valley on the road from Livingston to Gardiner, and the northern entrance to Yellowstone Park Curt Teich & Co


Crater Oblong Geyser
Title:
Crater Oblong Geyser
Yellowstone National Park, Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Old Faithful Geyser
Title:
Old Faithful Geyser
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Canyon Village
Title:
Canyon Village
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Canyon Village Lodge and Gift Shop. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming



Mammoth Springs Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Springs Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Chrome PM 1959 Aug-3

Description:
A large, modern, fully equipped hotel offering also furnished cottages near the hotel proper


Sheep Eaten Cliff
Title:
Sheep Eaten Cliff
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-1



Great Falls From Below
Title:
Great Falls From Below
Yellowstone National Park, Divided Back unused


Yellowstone Lake and Mt. Sheridan
Title:
Yellowstone Lake and Mt. Sheridan
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Divided Back unused



Canyon Lodge Lounge
Title:
Canyon Lodge Lounge
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), Linen unused

Description:
Canyon Lodge is composed of a large main building housing the Lounge, Dining Room and Office, around which in semi-circular form are arranged the many cabins


Crater of Mud Volcano
Title:
Crater of Mud Volcano
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
This volcano is claimed to be the most hideous and yet is one of the most interesting sights in the park. Its funnel shaped center is thirty feet in depth, formed by mud ejected from below, out of which a blueish-gray mud and steam is constantly belched, and in a manner that is both repulsive and interesting



Norris Geyser Basin viewing the Black Growler and Hurricane Steam Geysers
Title:
Norris Geyser Basin viewing the Black Growler and Hurricane Steam Geysers
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
The geysers of Norris are very interesting and by all new comers are regarded as truly wonderful. Some of the most interesting of these geysers are Black Growler and Hurricane. Until 1907, Black Growler Geyser was a steam vent of great force, the vapor escaping with a roar, that could be heard a mile away, after which the force of the steam was greatly diminished and a black water geyser appeared at its side


Lobby of Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone Park
Title:
Lobby of Old Faithful Inn at Yellowstone Park
White Border unused



Oregon Short Line Depot
Title:
Oregon Short Line Depot
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), White Border unused


Lake Hotel
Title:
Lake Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused



Mammoth Hotel
Title:
Mammoth Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused


Lake Colonial Hotel
Title:
Lake Colonial Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
A very large and entirely modern and dignified hotel in the Colonial style, most attractively located on the shore of Yellowstone Lake, near the outlet



Mammoth Lodge from Jupiter Terrace
Title:
Mammoth Lodge from Jupiter Terrace
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), White Border unused

Description:
Mammoth Lodge from Juniper Terrace, Yellowstone Park. This is one of the five principal units operated by Yellowstone Park Camp Company in Yellowstone Park. In addition to many other lodges this one is composed of a huge central building, and a large swimming pool supplied with natural hot water


Canyon Lodge Lobby
Title:
Canyon Lodge Lobby
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
Canyon Lodge Lobby, Yellowstone Park, one of the largest structures in the entire camp system in the park was completed in 1925. Canyon Camp is on the south side of the Grand Canyon convenient to Uncle Tom's Trail, the Upper Fall of the Yellowstone and Artist Point



Lake Lodge Lobby
Title:
Lake Lodge Lobby
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
Lake Lodge Lobby, Yellowstone Park, is typical of the large lounges of the Lodges throughout the park at Mammoth, Old Faithful, Lake and Canyon. Guests sleep in cabins convenient to the main building


Old Faithful Camp Dining Room
Title:
Old Faithful Camp Dining Room
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
Old Faithful Camp Dining Room, Yellowstone Park, near the central building, overlooking Old Faithful Grove. This view gives one an idea of the facilities afforded park patrons in the Camps, consisting of many detached lodges, and large buildings which house the lounges, offices, dining rooms and shops, and are the recreational centers



The Campfire Entertainment
Title:
The Campfire Entertainment
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
Campfire entertainment, Yellowstone Park. There were eleven hundred persons around this campfire when this picture was taken. The evening entertainment at each lodge are varied and interesting


Liberty Cap and Mammoth Hotel
Title:
Liberty Cap and Mammoth Hotel
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border unused

Description:
Liberty Cap, Mammoth, Yellowstone Park, is an extinct hot spring mound of calcium carbonate known as travertine, which was deposited from the hot spring of ancient times that issued from its top



Deer Near Mammoth
Title:
Deer Near Mammoth
Yellowstone National Park Wyoming (WY), White Border


Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone Park
Title:
Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone Park
White Border unused



Jupiter Terrace
Title:
Jupiter Terrace
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), White Border unused


Dragons Mouth Spring
Title:
Dragons Mouth Spring
Yellowstone National Park Montana (MT), White Border unused



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