Gorgeous vintage postcard showing the Theodore Roosevelt Arch leading into Yellowstone National Park. This arch, at the northern entrance to the park at Gardiner, Montana was built in 1903 under the direction of General Hiram M. Chittenden and was dedicated that year by President Theodore Roosevelt.
It bears the appropriate inscription “For the benefit and enjoyment of the People” – an extract from the Act of Dedication of the Park dated March 1, 1872.
A genuine Curteich-Chicago “C.T. Art-Colortone” Postcard.
Postcard is unused and in excellent condition.