After graduating from the Chicago Art Institute, Dorothy Waugh worked in a commercial art studio in Chicago. She relocated to New York soon after and became the manager of the children’s book department at Alfred A. Knopf. In addition to her work at Knopf, she was production supervisor of the National Park Service doing copy, layout and artwork. In the late 1930′s she was appointed special lecturer and critic to the New York School of Fine and Applied Art where she also taught typography and design. See the posters above much larger after the jump and then head on over to the Library Of Congress Shop and buy “The Lure Of The National Parks” for yourself.