MS 591- Glenda Bell Collection
Scope and Contents
This collection includes 51 folders that contain notes and photocopies of the research materials that the women used for the exhibition and presentation. The first 12 folders are the notes and rough drafts of the scripts for the presentation. One folder contains the photographs and negatives of a photoshoot that Glenda Bell and Barb Fisher did for the cover of their program. The next 38 folders are photocopies of the research materials that were used in the exhibition and the presentation. The final folder holds a photograph of Glenda Bell and Barb Fisher that was used on the cover of their program.
- Created: 1883-1989
- Other: Majority of material found in 1887
- Other: Date acquired: 07/29/2015
- Bell, Glenda (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
McCracken Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials. Restrictions may exist on reproduction, quotation or publication. Contact McCracken Research Library for more information
Biographical or Historical Information
Glenda Bell and Barb Fisher worked together to create this temporary exhibition and presentation of "Yellowstone's Faithful Tourists in the National Park." The two women also worked together on projects about the Wild Western woman Calamity Jane. They put together a traveling show about her life, which they performed all over. The scriptwriting skills of the two women can be seen in the script in this collection for their presentation on women in Yellowstone.
Note written by Annie Stratton
Language of Materials
This collection includes the research materials and notes of Glenda Bell and Barbara Fisher from their exhibition and presentation titled "Yellowstone's Faithful Tourists in the National Park." The exhibition and the presentation focused on tourism in the national park, specifically the first white women in the park and their experiences. The exhibition ran from June 9th 1989 to November 30 1989. Bell and Fisher's presentation was very "spirited" and had a fun little script that made the presentation like an informational play.
The collection is in the original order that it came in. This means that the materials are just as one would find them in the orginial binders that they were recieved in.
Source of Acquisition
Method of Acquisition
This collection was a gift from Glenda Bell.
- Annie Stratton
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
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