Jackson Hole Country of Wyoming and Grand Teton National Park
“The Last of the Old West.”
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“Imagine a summer morning. The early sun lifts a thin curtain of mist from the placid lake, disclosing one of the grandest sights your eyes ever beheld – the mighty Teton Mountains in all their majestic splendor.” – text, verso.
This interesting promotional flyer was published in Moran, Wyoming in 1941 by the Grand Teton Lodge and Transportation Company. A map of the area around Jackson Hole notes mountain peaks, transportation routes, tourist amenities, and local attractions. Rates for several different accommodations are also provided, ranging from $3.50 for an unfurnished cabin with cold running water to $15.00 for a furnished cabin with bath at Jenny Lake Ranch.
The idyllic repose depicted throughout the brochure would have to wait for many Americans, as they would be sent overseas the following year to join the war against the Axis.
Publication Date: 1941
Author: Grand Teton Lodge & Transportation Company
Sheet Width (in): 8.5
Sheet Height (in): 11
Condition Description: Folding brochure printed on both signs and designed as a souvenir mailer. Moderate wear and soft creasing along fold lines, with a few areas of separation along the outer edges. Some discoloration also present along the vertical centerfold. Good to very good overall.
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