The Visit to Yellowstone, 1927

Here President Coolidge and the First Lady (with another distinctive hat) are walking through the Park, meeting bears and finding spots to fish. National Park Service superintendent, Horace Albright, is trying unsuccessfully to get the President to discuss conservation politics as Colonel Starling leads the party in a ten gallon hat. Notice John Coolidge follows his parents behind Mr. Albright.


The Coolidges stand looking out over Lake Yellowstone at the Jim Bridger Fishing Pot.

The Visit to Yellowstone, 1927

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