• Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park. Norris Geyser Basin is the hottest, oldest, and most dynamic of Yellowstone's thermal areas. The basin is divided into two areas…

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  • Silver Gate and the HooDoos, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of Silver Gate and the HooDoos, Yellowstone National Park. The HooDoos is an area covered by large broken rocks made of travertine limestone that fell in a landslide from nearby Ter…

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  • Moonlight on Yellowstone lake, Yellowstone Park.

    Acmegraph Co

    Colorized postcard of moonlight on the Yellowstone Lake in Yellowstone National Park. The Yellowstone lake is the largest body of water in the Park it has 136 square miles of surface area and 110 mile…

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  • Fountain Geyser, Yellowstone Park.

    Acmegraph Co

    Colorized postcard of the Fountain Geyser in Yellowstone National Park. Great Fountain Geyser has one of the prettiest settings of any geyser in the Park. Its vent is located in the middle of a pool,…

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  • Upper Falls of the Yellowstone, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of the Upper Falls in Yellowstone National Park. The Upper Falls waterfall is on the Yellowstone River and is 109 feet high. The Detroit Publishing Co. 1887-1936 They produced postc…

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  • Lower Falls of the Yellowstone.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park. Lower Falls is the biggest waterfall in Yellowstone and is the most famous in the Park. It is 308-feet tall…

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  • Bears at Upper Geyser Basin, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of Bears at Upper Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park. The Upper Geyser Basin is home to the most impressive geysers in Yellowstone. There are over 250 geysers located in an a…

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  • The Three Tetons.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of the Tetons. Teton Range is a segment of the Middle Rocky Mountains in the western United States. It extends southward for 40 miles across northwestern Wyoming, from the southern…

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  • Entrance Gateway, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of the Roosevelt Arch entrance of Yellowstone National Park, Montana. The Roosevelt Arch is located in Gardiner, Montana. It was built in 1903 and is named after President Teddy Roo…

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  • Pulpit Terraces, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of the Pulpit Terraces in Yellowstone National Park. Travertine terraces are formed from limestone. Carbon dioxide is released and calcium carbonate is deposited, forming travertine…

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  • Grotto Geyser cone and Biscuit Basin - Sapphire Pool, Yellowstone Park.

    J. E. Haynes Photo Co

    Black and white postcard of the Grotto Geyser cone and Biscuit Basin's Sapphire Pool in Yellowstone National Park. The Grotto Geyser is one of the park's most unique structures. What at first appears…

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  • Riverside Geyser, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Riverside Geyser in Yellowstone National Park. The geyser is located on the Firehole River in the Upper Geyser Basin. During its 20-minute eruptions, a 75 foot column of water arches over the river. T…

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  • Railroad tracks running along the Yellowstone River.

    The Acmegraph Co

    Colorized postcard of railroad tracks running next to the Yellowstone River. The Yellowstone is the last free flowing river in the lower 48 states. It runs approximately 692 miles until it merges into…

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  • Overhanging Cliff near Tower Fall, Yellowstone Park.

    J. E. Haynes Photo Co

    Colorized postcard of Overhanging Cliff near Tower Fall in Yellowstone National Park. Overhanging Cliff is a cliff of vertical basalt that overhangs the Grand Loop Road just north of Tower Fall on the…

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  • Liberty Cap, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of the Liberty Cap. The Liberty Cap is located in the Mammoth Hot Springs area of Yellowstone National Park. At one time hot water emerged from it but it has been dried up for an un…

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  • Lava Arch-Northern entrance and Minerva Terrace, Yellowstone Park.

    J. E. Haynes Photo Co

    Black and white postcard of the Lava Arch and Minerva Terrace in Yellowstone National Park. Lava Arch is another name for the Roosevelt Arch which was named after Teddy Roosevelt in 1903. The Minerva…

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  • Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone Park.

    Detroit Publishing Co

    Colorized postcard of Yellowstone Lake. The lake is the largest body of water in Yellowstone National Park it has 136 square miles of surface area and 110 miles of shoreline and the deepest spot in th…

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  • Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone Park.

    The Acmegraph Co

    Colorized postcard of the Norris Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park. Norris Geyser Basin is the hottest and most changeable thermal area in Yellowstone and it contains the world's tallest activ…

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  • Pulpit Terrace and Park Buffalo, Yellowstone Park.

    J. E. Haynes Photo Co

    Black and white postcard Pulpit Terrace and buffalo in Yellowstone National Park. Pulpit Terrace is a travertine terrace that has been formed from limestone. The Travertine terraces are made when carb…

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  • Gorge, Yellowstone Park.

    Acmegraph Co

    Colorized postcard of a nighttime scene of a river, likely the Yellowstone running through a gorge in Yellowstone National Park. Acmegraph Co. (1908-1918) A publisher of national view-cards.

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