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Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Mark Shelstad, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Fred Hebard and his sister Grace Raymond Hebard stand in front of carvings in Independence Rock pointing at each other plaufully. Written on the back is "Capt. Nickerson put that name there. I did not. G.R.H."

Scanned by Mark Shelstad, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Master Tiff: 24 bit color, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 24 bit color, 150 ppi, 600 pixels along the long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 24 bit color, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across the long dimension. Ferrotype or blue toned postcard written from Big Horn, Wyoming by Vie Willits and sent to her University of Wyoming thesis advisor Grace Raymond Hebard. Written on the back of the postcard is "Thank you very much for calling my attention to that Cheyenne paper. Mr. Driscoll has long been on my list of those to interview. I shall do it in about a week. Am sending the pamphlet we talked of. Shall write as soon as I can find a day at the Library. Sincerely yours, V.W."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Oregon Trail marker with skull atop in front of Independence Rock with initials and other markers carved into the rock. Written on the back of the photograph is "Independence Rock 1926."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Young, Brooks and Jensen stand in front of Independence Rock with an unidentified boy sitting on wooden steps to their right and several unidentifed men behind them. Written on the back of the photograph is "Don Carlos Young, a son of President Brigham Young, Gov. Books of Wyoming, Andrew Jensen, Asst. Historian of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Independence Rock, Wyoming."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Historian Grace Raymond Hebard and South Pass City, Wyoming settler Herman G. Nickerson stand next to Independence Rock, where they have carved their names. Written on the back of the photograph is "Independence Rock. Where the first meeting of Oregon Trail Commission of 1915-1916 held first session. West side. Names placed by Capt. Nickerson."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Attendees of the services at Independence Rock, Wyoming are gathered in front of the rock and next around a marker.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Independence Rock, Wyoming from a distance.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Former Wyoming governor Bryant B. Brooks speaking on a platform with a crowd behind him. Written on the back of the photograph is "Ex-Gov. Brooks speaking at the services at Independence Rock, Sunday, June 2, 1931."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Photograph of a drawing of a bird's eye view from the southwest of Fort Reno, Wyoming Territory, 1867. Written on the front of the photograph is "Anton Schonborn." Written on the back of the photograph is "Fort Reno on the Bozeman Trail Johnson Co. Wyo. Built in 1865 as Fort Connor and rebuilt as Fort Reno in summer of 1866."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Photograph of a drawing of a birds-eye view from the east of Fort Phil Kearny, Wyoming Territory. On the front of the photograph is written "From a sketch by Lt. Paulus." On the back of the photograph is written "This is Dakota Territory in 1867. Sketch by Lt. Paulus-Pen and ink drawings by Anton Schonborn."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Historian Grace Raymond Hebard standing behind a marker at Fort Phil Kearny, Wyoming. Written on the back of the photograph is "Monument at the site of Fort Phil Kearney Dr. Grace Raymond Hebard standing behind it. Near Sheridan, Wyoming."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Cemetery at Fort Phil Kearny, Wyoming. Written on the back of the photograph is "Graves of the 81 men who were killed in the Fort Phil Kearney massacre, Fort Phil Kearney, Wyoming June 1916."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Historian Grace Raymond Hebard at the dedication of a marker at Fort Phil Kearny in what is now Johnson County, Wyoming with a crowd gathered around the marker. Written on the back of the photograph is "Monument marking the site of Fort Phil Kearney. Dr. Hebard speaker. Ft. Phil Kearney, Wyoming. N.D."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Officer's quarters at Fort, Laramie, Wyoming, known as "Old Bedlam." There are several other deteriorating fort structures in the image.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Fort Laramie, Wyoming cavalry quarters with three unidentified women standing in front of the building.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Officer's club house at Fort Laramie, Wyoming known as "Old Bedlam." Written on the back of the photograph is "'Bedlam' in summer of 1902. Officer Club House at Fort Laramie. South view."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Postcard of the sutler store at Fort Laramie, Wyoming. Written on the front of the postcard is "Sutlers Store Oldest Permanent Buidling in Wyoming-Ft. Laramie Wyo."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Mark Shelstad, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Black and white photograph of the Fort Laramie, Wyoming barracks.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Photograph of a drawing of Fort Laramie in 1889 that is attributed to Merritt D. Houghton.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Photograph of a drawing of Fort Laramie in 1863-1865. The drawing is attributed to U.S. Army Officer Caspar Collins.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Photograph of a drawing of a birds-eye view of Fort C.F. Smith from the southwest, 1867. On the front of the photograph is written "From a sketch by I.D. Isay" and "Anton Schonborn." On the back of the photograph is written "Presented to Professor Grace Raymond Hebard, Laramie, Wyo by Chares N. Kessler, Helena, Montana, April 28, '21."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Photograph of the ruins at Fort C.F. Smith in what is now southeastern Montana.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Photograph of the ruins of Fort C.F. Smith in what is now southeastern Montana, with four people standing next to the ruins.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Historian Grace Raymond Hebard standing along side the ruins of Fort C.F. Smith in southeastern Montana.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Mrs. Thomas Cooper standing on top of a marker commemorating the 1914 marking of the Oregon Trail and the 1866 death of U.S. Army officer Caspar Collins. The marker was unveiled by the Ft. Caspar Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, July 5, 1920. The woman is holding a flag in one arm and there is a row of automobiles behind her and the monument. The marker stands in the middle of the old trail bed, about a mile and a half west of Casper, Wyoming, on the north side of the Platte River.
(Daughters of the American Revolution. Wyoming. Marking the Oregon Trail, the Bozeman Road and historic places in Wyoming, 1908-1920. 1921. p. 36)

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Postcard of Fort Bridger sutler's store in what is now Uinta County, Wyoming.
Written on the front of the postcard is "Judge Carter's Store, Warehouse, Pony Express Station." Written on the back of the postcard is "Old heavy army freighting wagon. At right-Pony Express station and stables."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Postcard of Fort Bridger Pony Express stable and corral in what is now Uinta County, Wyoming.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Postcard of Fort Bridger Guard House and Commisary in what is now Uinta County, Wyoming. Written on the front of the postcard is "Old Guard House and Commissary-built by Genl Albert Sidney Johnson in 1858." Written on the back of the postcard is "2 segments of the Old Mormon Wall is behind behind the Guard House."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Postcard of officer's quarters at Fort Bridger, in what is now Uinta County, Wyoming.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Exterior view of the Quarter Master's building on the site of Fort Bridger, in what is now Uinta County, Wyoming. An automobile is parked to the side of the building. Written on the back of the photograph is "Old Quarter Master Building built of limestone. Now General Store of Wm. H. Harvey, Fort Bridger, Wyo."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Photograph of a panoramic drawing of Fort Bridger, in what is now Uinta County, Wyoming.

Master Tiff: 24 bit color, 100% in size, 3000 pixels across long dimension; Access Jpeg: 24 bit color, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 24 bit color, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Hand-colored postcard depicting Fort Bridger, in what is now Uinta County, Wyoming.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Historian Grace Raymond Hebard and South Pass City, Wyoming settler Herman G. Nickerson standing next to a marker with the inscription
Site of Fort Bonneville, 1832, 1915. Written on the photograph backing is "The Wyoming Trail Commission earning its Money. Aug. 9, 1915. At the site of old Fort Bonneville, Lincoln Co. Wyoming."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Historian Grace Raymond Hebard marking a rock to make a monument with an automobile directly behind her.
Written on the photograph backing is "The Wyoming Trail Commission earning its Money. Aug. 9, 1915. At the site of old Fort Bonneville, Lincoln Co. Wyoming."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Historian Grace Raymond Hebard and South Pass City, Wyoming settler Herman G. Nickerson marking a rock to make a monument. Written on the photograph backing is "The Wyoming Trail Commission earning its Money. Aug. 9, 1915. At the site of old Fort Bonneville, Lincoln Co. Wyoming."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Historian Grace Raymond Hebard and South Pass City, Wyoming settler Herman G. Nickerson rolling an unmarked rock for marking. Written on the photograph backing is "The Wyoming Trail Commission earning its Money. Aug. 9, 1915. At the site of old Fort Bonneville, Lincoln Co. Wyoming."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. A covered wagon with two pairs of oxen standing behind an Oregon Trail monument with a man standing behind the oxen.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Grace Raymond Hebard standing next to a rock at Devil's Gate, Natrona County, Wyoming on the Oregon Trail. Hebard is pointing to a carving in the rock noting Oregon and California Trail, 1843-9=1914 On the back of the photograph is written "Devil's Gate 50 ft. wide Trail here."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. View of the south side of Independence Rock, Wyoming with a road on the left leading into the distance. Written on the back of the photograph is "Independence Rock, So. side, road not Oregon Trail."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Crowd standing around an Oregon Trail marker with a flag folded on top of it near Henry, Nebraska.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Oregon Trail marker erected by the citizens of Torrrington, Wyoming 1931. The marker has a round metal inlay with a covered wagon moving towards a setting sun.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Oregon Trail marker erected May 1915 by the Oregon Trail Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Thayer County, Hebron, Nebraska. The marker has a picture of a covered wagon drawn by a pair of oxen on one side; on the other side is a car noting the Meridian Road from Winnipeg to Galveston crossing the Oregon Trail.

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Former Wyoming Governor Joseph M. Carey speaking from the back of a car addressing a crowd at an Oregon Trail marker near Lingle, Wyoming, June 17, 1915. Marker placed on the south side of the Platte River, one and a half miles from Lingle.
(Daughters of the American Revolution. Wyoming. Marking the Oregon Trail, the Bozeman Road and historic places in Wyoming, 1908-1920. 1921. p. 21-22)

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Oregon Trail marker marked by the State of Wyoming, 1914. An American flag is folded on top of the marker and a man with his back turned is behind the marker. Written on the back of the photograph is "at Independence Rock, O.T. Wyoming."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Oregon Trail marker marked by the Nebraska and Wyoming Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution, 1912. Written on the back of the photograph is "Nebr-Wyo marker near boundary." Marker stands on the south side of the North Platte River, near Henry, Nebraska. Placed by the Sons and Daughters of the American Revolution of Nebraska and Cheyenne on April 4, 1913.
(Daughters of the American Revolution. Wyoming. Marking the Oregon Trail, the Bozeman Road and historic places in Wyoming, 1908-1920. 1921. p. 6)

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Oregon Trail marker with the inscription Old Oregon Trail 1843-57. Written on the back of the photograph is "One mile south of the Sweetwater Range, 1899."

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Written on the back of the photograph is "On the Fontanelle Old O.T. Wyo." Photograph of a rock with the inscription Oregon Trail 1843. Marker located near Fontenelle Creek, about 5 miles west of its junction with the Green River, in Tp. 24, R. 113, Lincoln County.
(Daughters of the American Revolution. Wyoming. Marking the Oregon Trail, the Bozeman Road and historic places in Wyoming, 1908-1920. 1921. p. 12)

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Oregon Trail Marker on the Slate Creek Route on the Big Sandy River. Written on the back of the photograph is "Big Bend of Big Sandy." Marker stands where the Oregon Trail leaves the Big Sandy on its north side at the big bend, in the southeastern part of Tp. 23, R. 109.
(Daughters of the American Revolution. Wyoming. Marking the Oregon Trail, the Bozeman Road and historic places in Wyoming, 1908-1920. 1921. p. 12)

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Oregon Trail marker near Slate Creek Crossing, Green River, Wyoming with a boy, a man and a horse standing beside the marker. Marker stands where the Oregon Trail crosses the Green River in Tp. 24, R. 111, near the boundary of Sweetwater and Lincoln Counties.
(Daughters of the American Revolution. Wyoming. Marking the Oregon Trail, the Bozeman Road and historic places in Wyoming, 1908-1920. 1921. p. 12)

Master Tiff: 8 bit grayscale, 600 ppi, 100% in size; Access Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 150 ppi, 600 pixels across long dimension; Thumb Jpeg: 8 bit grayscale, 72 dpi, 150 pixels across long dimension. Scanned by Justin White, Epson Expression 1640 XL flatbed scanner, Photoshop 5.5 software. Dedication of Oregon Trail Marker at Independence Rock, Wyoming with Mrs. Thomas Cooper, B.B. Brooks, Grace Raymond Hebard, and F.G. Burnett standing around the marker. Written on the back of the photograph is "At Independence Rock July 4, 1920. D.A.R. Wyoming Placing Monument. Left to right: Mrs. Thomas Cooper, Regent, Casper; Governor B.B. Brooks, pioneer, cowboy, cattleman, Governor of Wyoming; Dr. Grace Raymond Hebard, Oregon Trail Commission; Mrs. B.B. Brooks, State Regent of D.A.R.; F.G. Burnett, pioneer of Oregon Trail."