Edward Lovejoy and Henry C. Foster made an extensive series of the Chicago Fire plus a series of the city in recovery after the fire (1871). "Rebuilt Chicago, 1872" showed the downtown nearly completely rebuilt and a beehive of activity. This series also included some fine interiors of businesses. They also issued a series of the Interstate Expositions in 1873 and 1874, including their booth selling views. Lovejoy and Foster were a major distributor of pirate views, especially by midwestern photographers, and their label appeared on many views they did not publish. They did offer non-Chicago subjects, including an especially fine series of Yellowstone National Park.
There seem to be two types of Lovejoy & Foster Yellowstone views. The orange mount set and the yellow mount set. The numbering and images are identical, from #300-#324 for a complete set of 25 views (not all views have been recorded). Some of the views contain hand-written titles rather than the reverse title stamp. Most, if not all of the Yellowstone images were originally photographed by Joshua Crissman.
Yellowstone Series. Cap Of Liberty. [No. 305.]
Lovejoy & Foster Orange Mount Verso.
Yellowstone Series. "Liberty Pole." [number unknown]
Lovejoy & Foster Yellow Mount Verso.