By: U.S. Geological Survey
Date: 1878 (published) Washington D.C.
Dimensions: 24.5 x 34.75 inches (62.25 x 88.25 cm)
An exquisite set of three panoramic views of the Wind River Mountains and the Teton Range by Ferdinand V. Hayden, the first surveyor of Yellowstone National Park.
This set of views is one of the earliest visual depictions of the regions ever published. Visual notes below correspond with letters throughout the views explaining in detail what was seen by the Hayden Expedition of 1871. The pristine landscape illustrated in these views include galloping pronghorn, a group of surveyors atop the summit of Fremont's Peak, and the rugged detail of the Teton Range.
Condition: This lithograph print is in A+ condition with no tears, full margins, and a very clean image with little paper toning along the original folds. The print has been laid on linen-backed paper for preservation purposes.
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