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Ranger Pete's® Attic of Park Memorabilia

Ranger Pete's® Attic of Park Memorabilia

Ranger Pete's® Attic of Park Memorabilia

Since it’s conception as “America’s First National Park,” numerous items of history and beauty have been created to celebrate Yellowstone’s wonders: Unique posters, rare photos, commemorative plates and historical artifacts. Ranger Pete's® Attic is the overflow of unique treasures that are available for purchase. All items are guaranteed authentic and available to on a “first come- first serve” basis.

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1960's ORIGINAL Vintage Go Greyhound Travel Poster Yellowstone Litho

By H. Goodwin

Price: $1250.00

Description: Original (NOT a modern reproduction) Vintage poster advertising Greyhound Service to Yellowstone National Park with bear scene.

Measurements & Condition: Poster size: 11 x 14 inches. Condition: Small crease in edge, otherwise great condition, very colorful. Poster safely stored and not on display.

Vintage Brass Fob/Steel Keys

From the Old Faithful Inn YNP

Price: Set of 2, $850.00

Room Number 201

Price: $500.00

Room Number 269

Price: $400.00

Measurements & Condition: Early 1900's. Fob measures 2 3/4" and key measures 2 13/16". Very rare collectible.

Set of three F. Jay Haynes Glass Lantern Slides

By F. Jay Haynes

Price: Set of 3, $115.00

Slide Number 67, Upper Falls of the Yellowstone

Price: $45.00

Slide Number 78, Golden Gate Canyon & Viaduct

Price: $35.00

Slide Number 46, Giant Geyser

Price: $45.00

Measurements & Condition: Medium tonal image, hand applied color, original tapes very good, photographers label with penned title. Size: 3.25" x 4". Date: Early 1900's.

1979 New York Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art Yellowstone Poster with Ansel Adams Signature

By Patrick Cunningham

Price: $1200.00

Description: First edition poster from the New York Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art. Designed in 1979 by Patrick Cunningham to commemorate Ansel Adams' photography exhibit at the museum. The photos were taken between 1941-1950 by Ansel Adams. The curator of the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite, Evan Russell, has previously authenticated other Ansel Adams signed posters. Signature on this poster is 100% authentic.

Measurements & Condition: Size: 36" x 23" poster featuring (4) 8" x 11" photo panels of Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone National Park. Condition: Excellent.

Railroad Travel Posters

Price: Set of 2, $140.00

Union Pacific Yellowstone Poster

Original, Vintage

Price: $80.00

Description: Union Pacific Railroad Company Yellowstone Park Travel Poster featuring the eruption of Old Faithful.

Measurements & Condition: Size: 29.5" x 23.5". Image dimensions: 24" x 14 1/2". Heavy card-stock material with some smudge marks and slight edge wear, but the image itself is clean and crisp.

Northern Pacific Yellowstone Poster

Original, Vintage

Price: $80.00

Description: Northern Pacific Railroad Company Poster featuring the famous painting of Thomas Moran of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone National Park.

Measurements & Condition: Size: 28" x 20". Image dimensions: 24" x 14 1/2". Condition: Poster has been rolled up for many years. The image is not faded. Small (1") tear in the middle of the right and left margin, but neither affects the image,some rough spots on the corners, but no pin holes.

1924 Original Signed Yellowstone/Department of Interior Letter

By Horace M. Albright, Superintendent of Yellowstone

Price: $600.00

Description: Original correspondence on U.S. Department of Interior letterhead from Horace Albright to M.P. Skinner, Yellowstone National Park's first park naturalist, champion conversationalist and active speaker in the 20-30's. Horace M. Albright was superintendent of Yellowstone and Director of the National Park Services. Reproduction photo (above the letter) shows Mr. Albright having lunch with Yellowstone Park bears. This is a piece of park history.

Measurements & Condition: Frame size: 11 x 18 inches (letter approx. 8.5 x 11 inches, photo 3 x 5 inches). Condition: Excellent. Letter is professionally framed and is sandwiched between two sheets of glass with no adhesive. Fold creases from letter being mailed and stored are noticeable.

Original Watercolor - Yellowstone National Park Geyser

By Tooby Burton (signed)

Price: $250.00

Description: Hubert C. "Tooby" Burton, the former resident artist at Old Faithful Inn, Yellowstone National Park, was a native of South Eastern Idaho, born in the shadows of the Grand Tetons. Served five years in the United States Army before pursuing his art studies at Woodbury College and Jeppson Art Institute, both in Los Angeles. His talent as an artist included 20 years as a commercial artist and teacher. Tooby has exhibited his paintings in Yellowstone National Park to visitors from all over the world. Tooby Burton passed away October 17, 2004 in Shawnee, KS at the age of 84.

Measurements & Condition: The signed original, water color is approxiamately 13" x 16" in it's frame. Condition: Excellent.

"John Denver Sings" Rare Vinyl Albums, 1966

By John Denver

Price: Set of 2, $1600.00

Album A

Price: $900.00

Description: (Album A) In 1966, Denver made a self-produced demo recording of some of the songs he played at his concerts. Backing him on the demo was Paul Prestopino and Bob Hefferan, both members of the Chad Mitchell Trio with John. Denver had a limited number of copies made and gave them out as presents for Christmas to his friends. This one was given to Bob Hefferan's brother Greg. John signed the album "Greg, dirty 'ole men forever and all that stuff. I am proud to have you for a friend. John Denver". (see photo)

Condition: Album plays well, but he cover is worn on the spines. (see photo)

Album B

Price: $800.00

Description: (Album B) A hard to find copy of John Denver's 'John Denver Sings' LP from a collection near St. Peter, Minnesota, the hometown of Annie Martell (John's first wife and inspiration for "Annie's Song"). Denver pressed only 250 copies of this record in 1966 as gifts for friends and family. The songs are wonderful, and they include the first recording of "Babe, I Hate To Go" which was later renamed by Milt Okun to "Leaving On A Jet Plane" (a number one hit for Peter , Paul & Mary). The back of the album contains a personal inscription complete with Denver's signature: "Carl, Thank you for your help and your friendship. And for the words you've written that I've yet to hear. Your friendship, John.". (see photo)

Condition: Album cover shows wear and is split on the top and bottom and the spine worn through from the record. The vinyl is scuffed and scratched, but both sides play without skips. (see photo)

John Denver Autographed Vinyl Albums

By John Denver

Price: Set of 3, $250.00

John Denver's Greatest Hits Vinyl Album, 1973

Price: $100.00

John Denver's Whose Garden Was This Vinyl Album, 1970

Price: $75.00

John Denver's Aerie Vinyl Album, 1971

Price: $75.00

Measurements & Condition: All covers has general wear with tape tear on front. The vinyl looks good with some surface scratching and marks.

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