1872 Mining Law vs. Yellowstone
34 in HIGH x 21.875 in WIDE
(86.36 cm HIGH x 55.56 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"(c) 1996 Mineral Policy Center. design: Stephanie A. Osborn. photographs: Philip M. Hocker & Mineral Policy Center." and "printed with soya inks on recycled paper" in black on the bottom edge at the left and right, respectively, with the Allied Printing (#1, ?) logo in black at the center. "Free" handwritten in black ink on verso top center.

Poster has a green printed background. At the top is "1872 Mining Law vs. Yellowstone" in white. Below the title is a map of Yellowstone with the various mining law claims in shades of red, yellow and orange. At the bottom left of the map is a photo of a geyser exploding with "Yellowstone / National / Park" in black over the top. At the bottom right of the map is an aerial photo of a mining site with piles of dirt. At the bottom of the poster is "mining claims for ''New World'' gold threaten America''s fist national park" followed by a light green box with a smaller map of Yellowstone at the left and four columns fo black text titled "1872 Mining Law", "''New World'' Mines", "Mining the Claims" and "Mineral Policy Center". Across the bottom of the poster is the address and phone number for the Mineral Policy Center in white.
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