The back of this card says:"Works Progress Administration (WPA) circa 1939, Artist Unknown. Between 1935 and 1943 the WPA's Federal Art Project printed over two million posters in 35,000 different designs to stir the public's imagination for education, theater, health, safety, and travel. Due to their fragile nature only two thousand posters have survived. The National Park image shown here is also available in the original poster format from many National Park bookstores."
Published by Ranger Doug Enterprises. (1-888-972-7678) Seattle, WA.
I purchased this card and a number of others in this series at the bookstore at the main ranger station in Zion National Park. It was two years ago, and I just found the postcards tucked inside a book of Utah geology. I'll be featuring these cards over the next few weeks. I just love the graphics and the colors.
Someone participating in PFF showed a postcard from Hawaii National Park from Ranger Doug in their previous post. If it's you, please speak up!
It was a beautiful sunny day to walk around Zion, two Aprils ago. But boy it got cold at night - we woke up to snow flurries covering our tents!
Postcard friendship Friday is hosted by Beth at the Best Hearts are Crunchy.