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MS 452 - Nancy Wulfing Collection

 Collection — Box: MS452.01
Identifier: MS 452

Scope and Contents

The collection contains a black, leather photo album from 1922-1925 with over 400 black and white photographs. These are photographs of Yellowstone Park and a couple of ranches where the travelers stayed.


  • Created: 1922-1925
  • Other: Date acquired: 04/04/2016

Conditions Governing Access

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Biographical or Historical Information

The album is of a girls' trip out to Yellowstone to work and live there for a summer. The pictures are dated between the years 1922-1925. The subjects of the photographs illustrate what it was like to live out at the park and work out there. They also have interesting photos that relate to park history, such as bears eating out of the dump that was there until the 60s and the bus parts out at Mammoth. Other pictures also show a ranch rodeo and ranching life in the early 1900s. Finally these pictures are interesting to look at in studying the fashion worn for working at Yellowstone and ranches in the 1920s.

Note written by Annie Stratton


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Language of Materials



This collection is a family photo album from between 1922-1925. The photographs are of a girls' trip out to Yellowstone, where they lived and worked for a summer. There are also a couple of newspaper clippings and decals from Yellowstone in the book. The photographs show what it was like to work and live in Yellowstone during the early 20th century. Some interesting pictures are of bears eating out of the dump that was there until the 1960s and pictures of old bus parts at Mammoth.

Arrangement Note

The book is in its original order, with the covers seperated from the pages and set on top.

Source of Acquisition

Nancy Trimming Wulfing

Method of Acquisition

The collection was a gift by Nancy Trimming Wulfing.

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Repository Details

Part of the McCracken Research Library Repository

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