Harrison R. Crandall: Creating a Vision of Grand Tetons National Park
Kenneth A. Barrick, PhD
Lecture and Book Signing
6:00 p.m. Thursday, March 27, 2014
Research Room, Level Two, Rasmuson Library
Dr. Barrick, author of a new biography about Harrison (Hank) Crandall, will discuss this official photographer of Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, and Jackson Hole’s first resident artist. The talk will feature images of Hank’s landscape oil paintings and photographs (ca. 1920 to 1960), including iconic images of the Teton Range, cowboys and cowgirls, wildflowers and park recreation. Hank’s role in the early national park movement will be highlighted.
Dr. Barrick will sign copies of his book immediately following the lecture. Books provided by Gulliver’s Books.