Grand Canyon Past and Present
Here, the canyon's beauty is brought to life through the award-winning works of landscape and wildlife photographer I-Ting Chiang. His photographs are paired with postcard images produced by the canyon's early promoters, including the Sante Fe and Union Pacific railroads that did much to influence the park as we know it today. Scenes include dramatic rim views, rugged trail-side settings, and wildlife, plus the El Tovar Hotel and other historic properties made famous by the Fred Harvey Company as well as the stone sculpted visitor facilities crafted by Mary Colter. Together, these stories of the South and North Rims offer a timeless account of the park's scenic and historic significance providing a treasured keepsake for those who love the national parks.
measures 9" x 11"