Found in 7 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The collection includes a photograph album of early twentieth century life in Montana. The years in the album range from 1919 to 1930 and the subjects of the photograph appear to all be apart of the same family. The pictures are of the town in Montana that they lived in, significant moments in their lives, and trips to Yellowstone and dude ranches in Wyoming.