United States Army—History—Photographs.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box: MS46.01
Identifier: MS 046
Abstract Photograph album containing approximately sixty black-and-white and sepia photographs (albumin prints) taken in Montana around 1900. It includes images of soldiers, military camps, forts, the Little Bighorn Battlefield, Lame Deer (on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation, previously named the Tongue River Reservation), the Cheyenne people, and Western life in general. The album is 28.5 x 18.2 cm with cardboard pages and black covers with leather corners. “Photographs” appears on the...
Dates: Created: 1895-1905; Other: Date acquired: 10/24/1985
Collection — Container: OS Folder 1
Identifier: MS 593
Abstract The collection includes two photographs depicting different historical moments in Yellowstone's history. One of the pictures is of the first automobile tour that took place in Yellowstone in 1915. This moment would change how Yellowstone is toured and seen, even impacting how tourists move through Yellowstone today. The second picture is of an Army pack moving through Yellowstone. This shows Yellowstone in the time before the National Park Service and when the Army ran Yellowstone National...
Dates: Created: 1915-1915; Other: Majority of material found in undated, 1915; Other: Date acquired: 03/31/2016