Pack Horses and Men
Title:
Pack Horses and Men
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo


Rustic Sign at Old Fort Bridger
Title:
Rustic Sign at Old Fort Bridger
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo PM 1953



Officers' Quarters
Title:
Officers' Quarters
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused

Description:
Fort Bridger has been restored through the efforts of its citizens


New Guard House
Title:
New Guard House
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused



Buildings at State Park
Title:
Buildings at State Park
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused


Interior of State Museum, 1939-
Title:
Interior of State Museum, 1939-
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused



Old Officers Quarters
Title:
Old Officers Quarters
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused


Pioneer Buildings at Old Ft. Bridger State Museum
Title:
Pioneer Buildings at Old Ft. Bridger State Museum
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo unused



Inside View Of State Museum
Title:
Inside View Of State Museum
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo

Description:
Series Y-1661


Fort Bridger
Title:
Fort Bridger
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo PM 1955 Mar-22

Description:
Series X-1747 About 1870



Guard House And Barracks At Old Fort Bridger
Title:
Guard House And Barracks At Old Fort Bridger
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo PM 1952

Description:
Series Y-1474 Built in 1884


New Museum Old Commissary And Old Guard House
Title:
New Museum Old Commissary And Old Guard House
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Real Photo PM Apr-08

Description:
Series Y-2748



Fort Bridger
Title:
Fort Bridger
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Fort Bridger, located between Evanston and Lyman, was the second settlement in Wyoming. Founded in 1843 by Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez, this fort later became a military post from 1858 to 1890. It still stands today as a relic of the early days of Wyoming.


Fort Bridger, Wyoming
Title:
Fort Bridger, Wyoming
Fort Bridger Wyoming (WY), Chrome unused

Description:
Series KW-39
Fort Bridger, on Highway U. S. 305 in southwest Wyoming, was named for Jim Bridger, discoverer of Great Salt Lake and well-known pioneer, trapper, fur trader, scout and guide. It was established as a trading post in 1834 and served as a military post on the Overland Trail from 1858 to 1890





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