Theodore Roosevelt National Park Vintage Poster
Item #: 22592
Theodore Roosevelt first came to the North Dakota badlands in 1883 to hunt bison and fell in love with the rugged expanse of the West. His experience there would help shape a conservation policy that we still benefit from today. Based on artwork that was federally sponsored and originally created during the Depression, this poster is a magnificent depiction of one of America's national treasures. Astounding and awesome, revive the experience of this truly fascinating national park by owning this matchless and unique piece of art!
Features: Matte finish. Includes mailing tube. Measures approximately 13.5 x 19 in. Trim sizes vary.