Over 200 photographs of Yellowstone
National Park, approximately 1880s, depicting scenery, hotels, and visitors, by photographer
F. Jay Haynes.
F. Jay Haynes (1853-1921) was a prolific photographer who traveled extensively in the West
and was best known for his early photographs of Yellowstone National Park. He was also the
official photographer for the Northern Pacific Railroad, and for a time operated a special
railroad car equipped as a mobile photography studio, which he called "Haynes Palace
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