The windshield sticker, often called a “paster,” indicated that the vehicle’s park entrance fee had been paid. Used from 1919-1941, they were originally 5 inches across, later reduced to 2 1/2 inches.

Click on a sticker to learn more about early automobile travel in that park.

“What do you know about the national parks of the United States? Have you any idea how many there are and where they are located? There is now a well defined movement being organized to connect the various parks with a road to be known as the National Park-to-Park highway.”

                                                                                        The Dearborn Independent, July 10, 1920

Photograph by Albert G. Lucier, A. G. Lucier Collection, John Taggart Hinckley Library, Northwest College, Powell, Wyoming

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