Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
This collection of booklets relates to tourism in Yellowstone and dude ranches in Wyoming These booklets are representations of tourism to Wyoming in the early 20th century. They contain pictures and descriptions of Yellowstone and dude ranches.
The John Rumm collection is made up of photographs of Yellowstone by Hiscock and Lucier. John Rumm was the curator of the Buffalo Bill Museum at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West between the years of 2008-2014.
This collection is a menu from the Cody Inn from 1952. The Cody Inn served foods such as pan fried Rocky Mountain trout, French fried jumbo shrimp, and a "top grade" t-bone steak.
The Meadowlark Audubon Society, Big Horn Chapter was founded in 1999. The collection consists of documents and photographs relating to the operation of the club and the activities of its members.
The collection contains a narrative poem, photographic album, and seperate photographs. Edward Traynor's grandfather, Fredrick Hamilton Redington, took the photographs in the album from 1905 on his annual summer trip to Yellowstone. The family made a summer trip out to Yellowstone yearly, because Redington's first wife, Phoebe Hargraves, was from Cody.
The collection includes a photo album from a 1937 road trip from Toledo, Ohio to Yellowstone Park. Some interesting photos in the album include Mount Rushmore in its final stages of construction, dude ranches, and Yellowstone Park. This documents what one would have seen on a cross country road trip during 1937.