1878 The U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories led by F.V. Hayden continued the exploration of the Yellowstone region. Members of the expedition observed and recorded locations and eruptions of many of the park's thermal features. On August 29, they were in the Upper Geyser Basin and recorded the activity of the Castle Geyser.
1900 Tipton was the site of a train robbery which was attributed to the Wild Bunch. The engineer was ordered to pull the express car ahead after it had been detached from the rest of the train. The railroad organized a special outlaw hunting squad to pursue the robbers.
1924 Below is a photograph taken in the Wind River Mountains on August 29, 1924 by W.C. Alden. Alden was chief of Pleistocene geology at the U.S. Geological Survey and he worked throughout the United States in the early to mid-20th Century. His photographs from time spent working in Wyoming can be viewed here.