In cooperation with the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. Jack Richard photographed in the Yellowstone area from the 1940s to the 1980s, where his crisp, superbly composed images captured the western way of life. From ranch activity, to national park wonders, to the internment of Japanese-Americans at the Heart Mountain Relocation Camp near Cody during WW II, Richard's brilliant photography chronicles the American West form the end of the frontier era to the age of tourism, industry, and large-scale ranch operations.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Bob Richard, son of Jack Richard, is a tour operator out of Cody, Wyoming.
Mark Bagne is a writer and historian residing in Cody, Wyoming.