Adirondack Park Traveler's Collection
Turn back the clock! In the 1930s the National Park Services issued visitors unique stickers to put on their vehicles to serve as National Park Service entrance permits. The craftsmen who created the images for the stickers benefitted from President Franklin Roosevelt’s support of the arts through the newly created Works Progress Administration. Mossback Traders’ series of retro travel stickers designed by Richard Nadeau, commemorates the artists of those bygone days as they might have depicted The Adirondack Park, New York’s six-million acre Forest Preserve, established in 1892... larger than Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and Yosemite National Parks combined.Display proudly on cars, trucks, campers, motorcycles, and boats!