Fort Baker is one of the components of California's Golden Gate National Recreation Area. It was previously named the Lime Point Military Reservation. It was renamed in 1897. The military history of the area that is now Fort Baker began in 1850 when President Millard Fillmore created The Lime Point Military Reservation, for coastal defense positions and logistic support facilities, on the north side of the Golden Gate, across from Fort Point.
Grand Canyon National Park: River View - Anderson Design Group has created an award-winning series of classic travel posters that celebrates the history and charm of America’s greatest cities and national parks. Founder Joel Anderson directs a team of talented Nashville-based artists to keep the collection growing. This print celebrates the soaring grandeur of Grand Canyon National Park.<br />
Golden Gate Bridge Sunset - 75th Anniversary - San Francisco, CA