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Photographs of Native American Indians by Roland Reed, probably taken primarily in Montana (including Glacier National Park) circa 1909-1915. Most of the photographs are posed, showing the subjects outdoors wearing traditional clothing, often next to scenic natural features such as waterfalls, streams, and rock formations. Some were published in James Willard Schultz’s Blackfeet Tales of Glacier National Park, 1916.
The collection is a set of 35 black and white photographs taken by Jack Ellis Haynes. They are pictures of the park and the wildlife in the park.
Photographs taken by the Lois Barker family on a vacation from Minnesota to Yellowstone and the Tetons. They passed through South Dakota and visited Mount Rushmore during the time of construction and took many photographs of men working on the faces. Photographs of sites around Rapid City are also included.
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.
The Polly Orbin collection includes a postcard, photos, maps, booklets, and a souvenir book from trips to Yellowstone and Cody. There are also postcards from a trip to Buffalo Bill's Grave and Memorial Museum in Colorado and a program from the Buffalo Bill birthday celebration as a fundraiser for the Sheridan Inn.
Profile of John Burke in wool coat and cowboy hat: on verso handwritten in ink: "To the little "Pet" of My Pal and companion du voyage "Angie" McPherson from John M Burke Arizona "John" San Diego California, September 18, 1902. Photographed by Elmer Chickering of Boston Massachusetts.
This collection contains 17 postcards of nature photographs of Yellowstone National Park, Cody Road to Yellowstone, Shoshone Dam, Wind River Canyon, Thermopolis & Boysen Dam. He took these photos while employed for the Northern Pacific Railroad Company.
This collection contains photographs of the early Crow Fair, bison, horses, tepees, and Crow people. These photographs were taken mostly by James J. Sloan during the early 20th century. Some of the photographs have captions on the back identifying the people in the photograph.
- Subject: Photographers--United States X
- Yellowstone National Park 5
- Cody (Wyo.) 3
- Indians of North America--Photographs 2
- Montana--Photographs 2
- Wyoming 2
- Bears 1
- Bison (American) [Buffalo] 1
- Crow Tribe of Montana 1
- Glacier National Park (Mont.)--Photographs 1
- Indians of North America--Portraits 1
- Montana 1
- Montana—History—Photographs. 1
- Photography, Artistic 1
- Pictorialism (Photography movement) 1
- Shoshone National Forest (Wyo.) 1
- Teton Mountains 1 ∧ less
- Hiscock, F.J. 2
- Asahel Curtis Photo Company 1
- Barker, Lois 1
- Buffalo Bill Center of the West 1
- Buffalo Bill Memorial Museum (Colorado) 1
- Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917 1
- Chickering, Elmer 1
- Haynes, F.J. (Frank Jay) 1
- Haynes, Inc. 1
- Haynes, Jack Ellis (1884-1962) 1
- Lucier, A. G. 1
- Lucier, Albert G. (1876-1952) 1
- National Park Service 1
- Reed, Roland 1
- Reed, Roland, 1864-1934 1
- Sheridan Heritage Center 1
- Sheridan Inn (Sheridan, Wyo.) 1
- Sloan, James J. 1
- Wyoming Game and Fish Commission 1
- Wyoming, State Of 1
- Yellowstone Park Company 1 ∧ less