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Yellowstone National Park-Description and travel.

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Carrie Nagel diary

Identifier: MS 2/1478
Summary Diary of a trip taken in 1911 from Boise to Yellowstone Park. Collection includes handwritten diary entries in a record book and typewritten transcript prepared by Walt Thode in 2008.

Charles Kirchner papers

Identifier: MS 2/0741
Summary Recollection of a trip to Yellowstone Park about 1907 by Kirchner of Pocatello, Idaho. Also included is a story about three men in a Pocatello tavern around 1905.

Elizabeth McDonal Reed papers

Identifier: MS 2/0475
Summary Typed transcripts of interviews conducted by Mrs. Don Ian (Elizabeth) Smith, Boise, describing a trip to Yellowstone National Park in 1904 and recalling experiences as a school teacher and superintendent in Lemhi County. Collection also includes a photograph.

Laura Wood Eastman journals

Identifier: MS 0617
Summary Two journals and several loose pages recounting trips from Breckenridge Colorado to Idaho Falls, Idaho and to Yellowstone Park. Journals were also used as expense ledgers.

M. Augusta Fletcher papers

Identifier: MS 0037
Summary Includes a diary, a photo album, and a description of a botanical field trip, including visits to Ketchum, Hailey, and Shoshone Falls, Idaho, and Yellowstone National Park.

Mrs. Joe Glasson typescript, "Trip Through Yellowstone Park"

Identifier: MS 2/1431
Summary This collection consists of a copy of a typewritten manuscript describing a trip from Wardner, Idaho to Yellowstone Park in 1905. The manuscript is written as a diary and describes the ten day trip, natural features of the park, the hotel, and fellow tourists.