Below are some excerpts from a 1935
Yellowstone Accommodations and Services
brochure used during this trip.

Although the nation was still in the midst of the
Great Depression, Yellowstone's visitation in
1935 showed an increase after declines in
1932-1934.
A Trip West, 1935    (Page 7 of 7)
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"Visitors are urged to extend their stay as
long as possible so as to take advantage of
the numerous trails and many different
scenic saddle horse trips available."

"Every morning a fire will be built in cabin
if desired. All Camp entertainment and
dances free to lodge guests."
"Telegraph offices at hotels, and messages
may also be filed at lodges. Local and long
distance telephone service at hotels and
lodges. Be sure to ask for telegrams at any
of the above places."

"Old Faithful and Fishing Bridge auto
camps also have bath houses. Tub baths 50
cents each. Showers, hot or cold, 35 cents.
Laundry trays and electric irons for rent."

"There are two swimming pools in the Park,
one located at Old Faithful, and the other at
Mammoth Hot Springs, both using natural
warm water from hot springs. Price of
admission to pools is 50 cents per person,
including suit and towel. Children from ages
5 to 12, 25 cents each. Children under 5
admitted free when accompanied by full pay
bathers."

"Every morning a fire will be built in cabin
if desired. All Camp entertainment and
dances free to lodge guests."

"Personnel employed is of the highest type."
"Old Faithful and Fishing Bridge auto
camps also have bath houses. Tub baths 50
cents each. Showers, hot or cold, 35 cents.
Laundry trays and electric irons for rent."