Acadia National Park: Cadillac Mountain By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2018
- Acadia National Park: Cadillac Mountain
The scenic views from the rocky headlands of Acadia National Park are said to be unparalleled, that all who travel there have taken time from their busy lives just to look out over the sweeping expanses, the bright blue oceans, the rocky cliffs, the islands, inlets, and to explore the hiking trails. In the early-1900s, Harvard president Charles W. Eliot and a few others succeeded in obtaining enough private land donations to establish Acadia, creating for eternity what we now know as one of the most beautiful places in America. Anderson Design Group dedicated this vintage, WPA-style national parks poster to the men and women who made this land something we can all enjoy. To learn more about the park, check out the Friends of Acadia group.