Found in 27 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.
Collection consists of various published images of western scenes cut out of various publications, including Picturesque and Marvels of the New World, as well as French and German language books and newspapers. The plates represent scenes from the American west and give a good indication of how the United States was pictured in the mid-nineteenth century.
This collection includes various prints by Olive Fell. These prints were sold as souviners for tourists traveling to Yellowstone National Park. The prints range anywhere from small already folded cards that come in a pack, to larger prints that could be matted and framed. All of the illustrations feature some version of a cartoon bear.
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.
This collection is the 2001 issue of Yellowstone Resources and Issues book. This book is "an annual compendium of information about Yellowstone National Park." This booklet is a great snapshot of seeing what the park was like in 2001.
Wyoming Geothermal Commercialization Office Draft and Final Reports from 1980- 1981 for Cody, Wyoming, and three newsletter issues of Geothermal News from 1981.
This collection holds Yellowstone ephemera from the early 1900s, including a decal from the Shaw & Powell Camping Co. and postcards from seemingly the early 20th century. These pieces show a glimpse of what some of the pieces making up the park would have been during this time.
This collection contains the personal papers of James Canan. James Canan worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs between the years of 1956-1994. The collection has a mixture of publications, personal notes, and federal governement records all pertaining to the Bureau of Indian Affairs and issues that affected that line of work. The pieces in this collection are helpful when researching the Bureau of Indian Affairs during the civil rights movement.