Low-flying aerial views of the snow peaked Grand Teton mountains in Grand Teton National Park, located near Jackson Hole, Wyoming. View of Jackson Lake. Various views of the mountains, trees, and smaller lakes in addition to Jackson Lake.
During visit of U.S. President Richard Nixon and his daughter, Julie Nixon, to Grand Teton National Park near Jackson Hole, Wyoming, as the President urged support for his "Legacy of Parks" plan to grow and improve U.S. National Parks. Views of the snow-capped Grand Teton mountains and of Lake Jackson. A cabin on the shore of Lake Jackson, and a Nixon staff member standing at the cabin and waving to the camera.
U.S. President Richard Nixon, his daughter Julie Nixon, and U.S. Secretary of Interior Rogers Morton with other dignitaries ride on a boat on Jackson Lake, located in Grand Teton National Forest, near Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The lake and snow covered Grand Teton mountains in background. President Nixon, Secretary Morton, a National Park Service Ranger and other dignitaries standing in the boat talk to each other. Press reporters gather to take photos and interview as the dignitaries reach shore at Colter Bay Marina. Sign with the Marina name is visible at the piers. Julie Nixon walks on a pier to reach the shore. President Nixon and Julie Nixon departing from the crowd on shore and returning down to the pier area. Shot during timeframe that Nixon was gathering support for his "Legacy of Parks" proposal to expand and improve U.S. National Parks.
U.S. President Richard Nixon, his daughter Julie Nixon, and U.S. Secretary of Interior Rogers Morton with other dignitaries talk and pose for a photograph on the shores of Jackson Lake in Grand Teton National Park, near Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Edge of helicopter visible. Nixon is visiting as part of follow-up on his "Legacy of Parks" proposal to expand and improve the U.S. National Parks system. A National Park Service Ranger poses with President Nixon. Press reporters and cameramen take photos and cover the event.
High altitude view of Beartooth Mountains overlooking Wyoming. Bounty hunters with rifles and binoculars take positions at several locations around Beartooth. Group of Wyoming National guards put dead body of an outlaw in truck. A note written by legendary outlaw Earl Durand to Sheriff Blackburn and a bullet on top of it. View of First National Bank in Powell Wyoming. Several bullet holes can seen on the walls and gate of the bank. A 17 year old boy, Tipton Cox, poses for camera with his rifle after shooting Durand. March 1939.
Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, United States. An unpaved road and a river along its side. A lake surrounded by dense forest. A river flowing under a small bridge. Construction of a bridge. Scenes of Jackson town in Wyoming. Mountains in the background. A small river flows. A stone wall and tourists in the foreground. Water flowing from a concrete pipe out of mountain side. A mountain stream and the surrounding terrain.