• Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone Nat. P., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1897
        This wonderful freak of nature gives its exhibition every sixty three minutes, with rarely a variation, and a column of water 3 feet in diameter is projected upward to a height of 125 to 150 feet.
      • "Old Faithful," Queen of Geysers, Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1904
        OLD FAITHFUL, QUEEN OF GEYSERS, YELLOWSTONE PARK. This view of Old Faithful Geyser is an unusually "good catch." The steam is blown aside revealing the point of the column of water at an altitude of over 125 feet; while ...
      • Commotion in the Devil's Ink Pot-A Moment of Eruption, Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1904
        At the Lower and at the Middle Geyser Basins, as at the Upper, one looks out over thousands of acres of the white or tinted deposits called geyserite,--born of the hot pools and geysers,--and he wonders at the amount of ...
      • Obsidian Cliff, Yellowstone Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1909, 1897
        OBSIDIAN CLIFFS, YELLOWSTONE PARK. After crossing Swan Lake Basin the first object of special interest is called Obsidian Cliffs. The sides of the cliffs rise 220 feet above the roadway, and though the general color is ...
      • Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Yellowstone Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1897
        This view is made from the summit of the Great Falls. The canyon, as shown in the foreground, and for a distance of 8 miles, in indescribable in its grandeur and beauty; its rugged cliffs and massive rocks rising to a ...
      • Upper Falls, Yellowstone River, Yellowstone National Park, U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1909, 1897
        UPPER LAKE, YELLOWSTONE PARK. The Upper Falls of the Yellowstone are interesting not only because of their rocky setting, which is unusually fine, but because the waters are so suddenly massed at the summit and so precipitately ...
      • After Winter's First Visit-Gap of the Golden Gate, Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1904
        AFTER WINTER'S FIRST VISIT--GAP OF THE GOLDEN GATE, YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYO., U.S.A. The roadway through the Golden Gate ascends at a uniform, moderate grade, in numerous graceful curves, and yields, with each turn ...
      • Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Yellowstone Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1897
        This view is made from Inspiration Point, a height of 1,200 feet. The canyon, for a distance of 10 miles is indescribable in its grandeur and beauty; its rugged cliffs and massive rocks rising to a height of nearly 2,000 feet.
      • Morning Glory Pool, Yellowstone Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1897
        This splendid photograph shows a silent pool which is 20 feet in diameter. The peculiar shape of its funnel-like crater, whose walls are delicately colored, together with the beautiful transparency of the water enables one ...
      • Golden Gate, Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1904
        GOLDEN GATE. The "Golden Gate," in the Yellowstone National Park, was so named, first, because the entrance from below appears like a gateway; and, second, because the abundance of yellow lichens that flourish on the walls ...
      • Castle Geyser, Yellowstone Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1897
        The great amount of deposit, perhaps 100 feet in diameter at its base and possessing he largest cone in the whole region, indicates that it is one of the oldest active geysers in the park.
      • Gardiner and the Yellowstone National Park Entrace, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1909, 1904
        GARDINER AND NATIONAL PARK ENTRANCE. Nearly all of the territory that has been reserved by the United States, and designated the Yellowstone national Park, lies in the northwest corner of the State of Wyoming. Its eastern ...
      • Bee-hive Geyser, Yellowstone Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1897
        The name of this geyser was suggested by the peculiar shape of its cone. Its eruptions are irregular, generally about three times daily. So hot is the water ejected that it, for the most part, evaporates while in the air. ...
      • Great Falls and Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Yellowstone Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1909, 1897
        GREAT FALLS AND GRAND CANYON, YELLOWSTONE PARK. The Lower Falls of the Yellowstone, in connection with their most unique setting of rushing water, chiseled rocks, elaborate color, rich vegetation, and azure skies, are ...
      • Jupiter Terrace, Yellowstone Park, Wyo, U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1900
        Six miles South from Cinnabar are located the Mammoth Hot Springs of the Yellowstone Park. The formations that have been built by these springs of the Yellowstone Park. The formations that have been built by these springs ...
      • Coach Starting from Station at Gardiner for Tour of Park, Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1904
        COACH STARTING FROM GARDINER FOR TOUR OF THE YELLOWSTONE PARK. The coach ride from the Gardiner railway station at the northern entrance to the Yellowstone National Park to Mammoth Hot Springs--about six miles of gradual ...
      • Looking Out from the "Golden Gate," Yellowstone Park, Wyoming, U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1900
        In the heart of the Rockies, 8000 feet above the level of the sea, lies that Wonderland of the United States, The Yellowstone National Park. The park is 65 miles in length and 55 miles wide, covering an area of over 3000 ...
      • Great Falls and Grand Canon, of the Yellowstone, Y.N.P., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1896, 1897
        The river at this point falls 360 feet. In the foreground we have a sectional view of the Grand Canon.
      • Summit of the Upper Falls, Yellowstone River. Yellowstone Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1910
        SUMMIT OF THE UPPER FALLS, YELLOWSTONE PARK. A steamer trip across Yellowstone lake is a ride never to be forgotten. The clear, pure, deep waters, the meandering, wooded shores, the graceful islands, and the surrounding ...
      • Giant Geyser Cone-Largest Geyser in the World, Yellowstone National Park, Wyo., U.S.A. 

        Contributor:B.L. Singley
        Date Issued:1910, 1904
        GIANT GEYSER CONE, LARGEST GEYSER IN THE WORLD, YELLOWSTONE PARK. There are hundreds of "craters," large and small, in the Upper Geyser Basin. Some of them are but a few inches in diameter, while others are several feet ...