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Renshawe Notecards

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John Henry Renshawe (1852-1934) was a topographer and landscape artist. Renshawe served as the director of the US Geological Survey's Montana Geographical Division from 1883 to 1885. During that time he spent two summers in Yellowstone as part of Arnold Hague's survey of the park and painted this collection of watercolors. These paintings are part of Yellowstone National Park's museum collection.

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John Henry Renshawe (1852-1934) was a topographer and landscape artist. Renshawe served as the director of the US Geological Survey's Montana Geographical Division from 1883 to 1885. During that time he spent two summers in Yellowstone as part of Arnold Hague's survey of the park and painted this collection of watercolors. These paintings are part of Yellowstone National Park's museum collection.