National Geographic : 1920 Feb
©Photograph by Haynes (St. Paul), 1919 THE NORRIS GEYSER BASIN IN WINTER: YELLOWSTONEPARK These geysers form a versatile troupe. Monarch, the largest, is exceedingly irregular, but gives notable exhibitions on occasion. Minute Man ismuch smaller, but has won its name for frequent eruptions. Constant is active much of the time and Hurricane, still smaller, iscontinuous. Because the geysers of the Norris Basin allow artistic temperament to prevent a reliable exhibition schedule, it is small wonder that the thousands oftourists prefer togoontowitness the really splendid and regular eruptions of Old Faithful.