Located in northwestern Montana and extending to the Canadian border, Glacier National Park covers over 1 million acres that house a vast ecosystem of plants, animals, and mountains that were carved by glaciers from the last ice age. This U.S. Geological Survey topographic map of Glacier is from 1904 — when it was still categorized as a forest preserve. It officially became a national park six years later in 1910. Printed on Lustre photographic paper, each high-quality chromogenic print uses traditional color photography development that combines 3-dimensional data with paper maps for a vibrant, textured 2D image that pops off the page.
Size: 18" x 24" / Unframed