May 17, 2009 in Idaho Voices
Courtesy of National Park Service photo

A Thomas Moran watercolor depicts Tower Falls and the Sulfur Mountains. Moran’s colorful paintings played a large role in convincing eastern politicians and the public to set aside Yellowstone as the nation’s first national park for the enjoyment of future generations. Courtesy of National Park Service


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