In the 1930s, artist Paul Rockwood painted these depictions of the growth, eruption, and collapse of Mount Mazama. Rockwood was a graphic artist, printmaker, and lithographer commissioned by the federal government through the WPA (Works Progress Administration).
This album contains high-resolution photos of Crater Lake National Park. Feel free to download and use them however you'd like: for magazine articles, school reports, craft projects, websites, as the background of your computer's desktop, etc. Enjoy!