• Bears eating at dump in Yellowstone National Park

    Kramer, Richard S. (Richard Scott), 1916-2002

    The photograph shows an audience of men and women, many wearing hats, including a cloche and National Park ranger flat hat. In the distance are at least six bears in front of a number of trees. The im…

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  • Our tent

    Kramer, Richard S. (Richard Scott), 1916-2002

    Title taken from caption accompanying photograph. The image shows four young men in Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) uniforms, including button down, long sleeved shirtsand dark trousers or jeans. Tw…

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  • West Thumb Area Commentary

    Yellowstone National Park (Agency : U.S.)

    Title taken from top of commentary insert. This commentary provides information for the existing and proposed developments at the West Thumb area. Main topics include: circulation systems, public util…

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  • Letter from H. M. Teller to P. H Conger confirming mailing of reports, dated January 10, 1883.

    Teller, Henry Moore, 1830-1914

    Letter from H. M. Teller to P. H. Conger confirming mailing of 50 copies of 1882 report on Yellowstone. (old system, document 21)

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  • Letter from H. L. Muldrow to Superintendent authorizing the hire of a laborer during the winter and approving the contract for keeping government stoc…

    Muldrow, H. L. (Henry Lowndes) 1837-1905

    Letter from H. L. Muldrow, Acting Secretary, Department of Interior, to Superintendent approving the hire of a winter laborer to make signs and do repairs; also approves the contract for keeping gover…

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  • Deer feeding

    Skinner, Milton P. (Milton Philo), 1879

    Hand-colored glass lantern slide of two deer feeding on grass with evergreen trees in the background.

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  • Richard "Dick" Rothermel oral history interview

    Rothermel, Richard C

    Dick Rothermel was an influential fire scientist for the U.S. Forest Service in 1988. Rothermel provides a summary overview of the 1988 fire season and describes his activities as a fire behavior anal…

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  • Lake and Fishing Bridge General Area, part of the master development plan for Yellowstone National Park, 1932

    Yellowstone National Park (Agency : U.S.)

    This full color map of the Lake and Fishing Bridge general area is part of the larger 1932 master plan map collection for Yellowstone National Park, drawn by the Branch of Plans & Design from National…

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  • Elk crossing river

    Skinner, Milton P. (Milton Philo), 1879

    Hand-colored glass lantern slide of three elk crossing a river, probably in Yellowstone National Park, showing the water, the grassy bank, and a hill with evergreen trees.

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  • Unknown mountain

    Skinner, Milton P. (Milton Philo), 1879

    Hand-colored glass lantern slide of a mountain side, probably the Absaroka Range, in Yellowstone National Park in close up.

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  • Letter from H.M. Teller, Secretary of the Interior, to Superintendent of Yellowstone regarding the available appropriations for the current fiscal yea…

    Teller, Henry Moore, 1830-1914

    Response to Yellowstone Superintendent from H.M. Teller, Secretary of the Interior, regarding the amount of appropriations for the current fiscal year. Lieutenant Kingman, Engineer Officer, has also r…

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  • Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone from Artists Point

    Skinner, Milton P. (Milton Philo), 1879

    Glass plate negative of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone from Artists Point in Yellowstone National Park, showing the Lower Falls, the Yellowstone River, and the steep rock banks of the canyon.

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  • Beaver on his hind legs

    Skinner, Milton P. (Milton Philo), 1879

    Hand-colored glass lantern slide of a beaver standing on its hind legs with a gnawed tree in the foreground.

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  • Cliff Spring

    Skinner, Milton P. (Milton Philo), 1879

    Hand-colored glass lantern slide of Cliff Spring in Yellowstone National Park showing grasses in the foreground, steam rising from the thermal feature, and trees in the background.

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  • Mammoth Hot Springs Commentary Sheet 1

    Yellowstone National Park (Agency : U.S.)

    Title taken from top of commentary insert with sheet number assigned by archivist. This commentary provides information to the General Development Plan for Mammoth Hot Springs map (YELL145676-M57a). M…

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  • Canyon Hotel Lounge

    Skinner, Milton P. (Milton Philo), 1879

    Glass plate negative of of the interior of the lounge at Canyon Hotel in Yellowstone National Park showing the wicker furniture, a piano, art deco style chandeliers and lamps, and the rustic style ope…

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  • Pronghorn antelope horn specimens

    Skinner, Milton P. (Milton Philo), 1879

    Glass lantern slide of four Pronghorn antelope horns on display.

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  • Letter from M. L. Joslyn to P. H. Conger regarding pay for C. M. Stephens, dated October 20, 1882.

    Joslyn, M. L

    Letter from M. L. Joslyn, Acting Secretary of Interior to P.H. Conger, Superintendent concerning demand of C.M. Stephens for higher pay than stated. (old system, document 14)

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  • Thank you letter of April 13, 1886 to Frances E. Warren to D.W. Wear for copy of 1885 Interior Secretary report

    Wear, David Walker

    Thank you letter to Frances E. Warren, Governor of Wyoming, from D. W. Wear, Superintendent of Yellowstone, for copy of Secretary of Interior report for 1885.

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  • Francis "Red" Payne oral history interview

    Payne, Red, (Francis Burnie), 1914-1999

    "Red" Payne was a maintenance worker in Yellowstone National Park from 1965 to 1974. Payne shares experiences from his decade in Yellowstone’s Maintenance Division, primarily relating to clearing snow…

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