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Yellowstone National Park: Roosevelt Lodge By Derek Anderson, Joel Anderson, 2024

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Indians, fur trappers, and explorers on the Bannock Trail camped in this area where a sagebrush meadow was encircled by Douglas fir, quaking aspen, and a mountain stream tumbled toward the Yellowstone River. President Chester Arthur camped here in 1883. In 1906, the Wylie Permanent Camping Company built a tent camp there that became known as “Camp Roosevelt,” though Theodore Roosevelt never camped there. The tents were replaced by a lodge and cabins in the 1920s, and the Lost Creek has shifted course, but people still enjoy staying at this scenic spot on the park’s northern range. The Roosevelt Lodge Historic District, which includes 130 buildings, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983, with a period of significance from 1906 to 1948. The accommodations are still rustic, with unpaved roads into and around the lodge and cabins. Rendered by the talented artists of Anderson Design Group, this vintage travel art / poster art will look great as a canvas, print, notecard, postcard, or mini-canvas.

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notecard dimensions: 4.5" x 6" when folded

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