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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

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.

Dates: July 18 - September 9, 1911.

Charles Kirchner papers

Identifier: MS 2/0741

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.

Dates: 1955

Elizabeth McDonal Reed papers

Identifier: MS 2/0475

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.

Dates: 1972 - 1975

Laura Wood Eastman journals

Identifier: MS 0617

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.

Dates: 1891 - 1926

M. Augusta Fletcher papers

Identifier: MS 0037

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.

Dates: 1901

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

Identifier: MS 2/1431

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.

Dates: 1905