Roosevelt Arch, Yellowstone National Park
The Roosevelt Arch was designed by U.S. Army Engineer Hiram Chittenden and was dedicated by President Theodore Roosevelt during his visit in 1903. It framed the main North Entrance to Yellowstone when the Northern Pacific railroad laid tracks to Gardiner, Montana in the same year. This fine quality print comes matted to a standard 11x14 size and is enclosed in a mylar sleeve.
It is also available in a large format poster, framed or unframed.
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