• East Fork Fall, 60 ft. high, from above. 

        Author(s):William I. Marshall
        Date Issued:1876
        THE NATIONAL PARK. This Park, the largest in the workd, area 3578 sq, miles, elevation above the sea from 6000 to 14,000 ft., is on both sides (but mainly on E. side) of the main range of the Rocky Mts., in N. W. corner ...
      • Leaf Formation in Limestone. Third View. 

        Author(s):William I. Marshall
        Date Issued:1876
        THE NATIONAL PARK. This Park, the largest in the workd, area 3578 sq, miles, elevation above the sea from 6000 to 14,000 ft., is on both sides (but mainly on E. side) of the main range of the Rocky Mts., in N. W. corner ...
      • Crater of Periodical Hot Lake in Limestone. Second View. 

        Author(s):William I. Marshall
        Date Issued:1876
        THE NATIONAL PARK. This Park, the largest in the workd, area 3578 sq, miles, elevation above the sea from 6000 to 14,000 ft., is on both sides (but mainly on E. side) of the main range of the Rocky Mts., in N. W. corner ...
      • Crater of Old Faithful Geyser, In Upper Geyser Basin, on the Fire Hole Fork of Madison Branch of the Missouri River. 

        Author(s):William I. Marshall
        Date Issued:1876
        THE NATIONAL PARK. This Park, the largest in the workd, area 3578 sq, miles, elevation above the sea from 6000 to 14,000 ft., is on both sides (but mainly on E. side) of the main range of the Rocky Mts., in N. W. corner ...
      • Leaf Formation in Limestone. Third View. 

        Author(s):William I. Marshall
        Date Issued:1876
        THE NATIONAL PARK. This Park, the largest in the workd, area 3578 sq, miles, elevation above the sea from 6000 to 14,000 ft., is on both sides (but mainly on E. side) of the main range of the Rocky Mts., in N. W. corner ...
      • Crater of Periodical Hot Lake in Limestone. First View. 

        Author(s):William I. Marshall
        Date Issued:1876
        THE NATIONAL PARK. This Park, the largest in the workd, area 3578 sq, miles, elevation above the sea from 6000 to 14,000 ft., is on both sides (but mainly on E. side) of the main range of the Rocky Mts., in N. W. corner ...