Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park
Overhead perspective of the dual-ownership park along the U.S./Canada border.
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This look at the Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park was issued in 1952 by the Great Northern Railway as promotional material for its route, which can be seen along the lower portion of the map servicing the Glacier Park Station.
Park boundaries are noted in yellow, international boundaries in blue, and roads/trails in various shades of red. Locations of interest and tourism destinations are individually labeled, and small illustrations add personality and life to the image.
Although the park is presented as a unified entity, it’s actually an informal union of two independent parks – Waterton Lakes National Park in Canada and Glacier National Park in the United States. Each is administered separately and entrance fees are charged independently.
On the verso are advertisements for the region and the Great Northern Route, including photographs, inset maps, and tour suggestions.
Publication Date: 1952
Sheet Width (in): 25.25
Sheet Height (in): 29.5
Condition Description: Creasing and light wear along fold lines, as issued. One small hole (about .25" across) at one fold intersection (center right) and a few spots of separation along the outer edges have been repaired on the verso with archival tape. Scattered discoloration on the verso does not affect the image.
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