Early motion picture of the lower falls at Yellowstone National Park's Grand Canyon. (Filmed by Edison Company, ca. July 19-25, 1897. Copyright: Thomas A. Edison; January 4,1899)
Horse-drawn coaches arrive at Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel , Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Friends wait on the piazza to greet the new arrivals. (Filmed by Edison Company, ca. July 1897. Copyright: Thomas A. Edison; January 4, 1899)
Library of Congress Slate states that this Edison film of July 31, 1897, was restored in 1996, from the Paper Print Collection. The scene is named: Waterfall in the Catskills. It depicts Haines' Falls in the Catskill Mountains, New York. (Filmed by Edison Company, June 1897, and copyrighted July 31, 1897)
Pumping and transportation of crude oil in the United States. A political map of the U.S. shows oil pipe line systems which are used to transport crude petroleum. The map shows main trunk pipe line systems including a new line under construction from Wyoming, connecting with the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico. A pumping station which serves important fields in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Wyoming with its chief terminals at East Chicago, Houston, Texas and Salt Creek, Wyoming. Internal combustion engines and machinery at the pumping station.
Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, United States. An unpaved road and a river along its side. A lake surrounded by dense forest. A river flowing under a small bridge. Construction of a bridge. Scenes of Jackson town in Wyoming. Mountains in the background. A small river flows. A stone wall and tourists in the foreground. Water flowing from a concrete pipe out of mountain side. A mountain stream and the surrounding terrain.
Free-for-all pacing race, with $6000 purse, at Charter Oak Park in Connecticut, United States. Large crowds watch the race. Horses and drivers in sulkies are seen as their horses pace past the crowd. (Filmed July 5, 1897, by Edison Company)