The Yellowstone National Park holds the distinction of being the world’s first national park. The archives offer the details of the park’s history and science to the researches who have interest in learning about how the park was built, maintained, etc. There are tons of useful assets available to see in the Yellowstone National Park, including photos, manuscripts, films, maps, oral histories, scientific data about the cultural and natural resources of the park, administrative records, and so on.
There are several requirements for a researcher to get access to the park’s archives. Each researcher or team has to fill and submit a number of forms before they can access any part of the archives, photos, films and maps. It is advised that the researchers get appointments before visiting the park as they might find particular collection closed due to maintenance or any other reason upon visiting.