<p>Old Faithful erupting at <a href="https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/national-parks/article/yellowstone-app">Yellowstone National Park</a>, National Park Service, circa 1938</p>

Yellowstone National Park Poster

Old Faithful erupting at Yellowstone National Park, National Park Service, circa 1938

Illustration courtesy Library of Congress

See Ten Vintage U.S. Parks Posters

Flash back with charming posters created by artists during the Great Depression to promote the beauty of America's parks.

Created in the mid-1930s in response to the Great Depression, the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project tasked struggling artists with promoting the landscapes and wildlife of America's parks. The collection is now housed in the Library of Congress.

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