This mountain stage used by the Shaw and Powell Camping Company was manufactured circa 1898. Also known as a mountain spring wagon, it has a raised driver's seat and luggage boot, and 3 passenger seats, and could carry up to eleven passengers (one or two sitting beside the driver). The body is painted gray/green (now faded), with an under-layer of dark green paint, while the undercarriage is painted yellow with black pin striping. Extensive graffiti ranging from 1910 through 1944 is also visible on the stage.
(YELL 90058-2) Shaw & Powell Camping Company group at a tent camp in
(YELL 90058-1) Studebaker mountain stage showing some preservation work already completed. Additional work was also performed such as fabricating and installing missing seats.
(YELL 90058-3) Studebaker mountain stage used by the Shaw and Powell Camping Company on exhibit at the Old Faithful Lodge.