Our memorabilia collection includes advertising materials from regional businesses. Of special interest are Walk Over Boot shop signs from the 1920s and a full-sized, horse-drawn, Baker Transfer vehicle used into the 1950s. Other items include jewelry, medical equipment, domestic housewares, historic maps, social group histories, tourist pamphlets, family heirlooms, school yearbooks, mining equipment, architectural drawings, and rare books.

The 1914 luggage tag from the Yellowstone Trail Association shows an early automobile at the Gardiner or Roosevelt Arch with the phrase, “We Want In.”¬† Cars were¬†officially authorized for use in Yellowstone National Park in 1915.