National Wildlife Refuge System
c. 2003
24 in HIGH x 18 in WIDE
(60.96 cm HIGH x 45.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

There is a "U.S. / Fish & Wildlife / Service" logo as well as a "National / Wildlife / Refuge / System" logo and "Celebrating A / Century / Of Conservation" in the bottom right corner.

Poster consists of a full page color image with blue text. Image depicts a collection of animals, a butterfly and flower in the forefront and water with a bush with Pelicans on it in the background. Along the bottom border of the poster is a National Wildlife Refuge sign behind a boy looking through binoculars and the text "National Wildlife Refuge System / 1903-2003 100 Years of Wildlife Conservation."

Verso: Depicts a key to identify the images on the front of the poster with credit lines for each image, a image of President Theodore Roosevelt, an image of the first refuge manager, Paul Krogel and the Blue Goose logo of the refuge system. The text provides information on the history of the National Wildlife Refuge System, its centennial celebration, and general refuge information.

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