Mud Geyser and Grand Canyon bridge, Yellowstone Park.
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Black and white postcard of the Mud Geyser and the Grand Canyon bridge in Yellowstone National Park. Mud Geyser became popular in the 1870s because it would erupt every few hours exploding muddy water 50 feet into the air. It is no longer an active geyser but there are steam vents around the muddy pool. The Grand Canyon bridge is now known as the Chittenden Memorial Bridge it was constructed in 1903 but was later replaced with a more modern structure. J. E. Haynes Photo Co. 1894-1967 In 1894 Frank J. Haynes opened the Haynes Photo Company at Yellowstone National Park and in 1900 he started publishing stereo-views and postcards. Haynes operated the Park�s coach services for a number of years, which often became a subject of his cards. He is noted for a large set of monotone oval multi-view cards depicting various scenes at Yellowstone Park.
- J. E. Haynes Photo Co
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- Billings Public Library
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