This film was created from 1952-1958 possibly by R. B. "Bud" Hooper of Sonochrome Pictures and processed by Kodak in October of 1958. The film is a 16mm color Kodachrome safety film print (acetate) with no soundtrack.The film measures roughly 260 feet in length and has a run time of about 11:00. Wyoming's landscape is shown during an automobile tour by tourists. Images include Pole Mountain, Medicine Bow National Forest, Snowy Range, and the area around Lander, Wyoming. The visitors drive in the car, walk through the trees, look at sheep, and take photographs, among other activities.
"Pole Mt - Medicine Bow" is written on the lid of the can. "Pole Mt - Medicine Bow is written on the side of the can. There is a Kodachrome Duplicating Safety Color Film sticker with red pencil scribbles on it on the bottom of the can. "Wyo Orig- Cuts from earlier - #1-2-3-Reel 1" and "R1- Out" are written on the leader.