Feeding a wild bear, Yellowstone Park.
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Colorized postcard of tourists feeding a bear in Yellowstone National Park. In the early 1900s feeding bears was a regular occurrence in the park. There were even areas in the park that were designated at bear lunch stations where tourists could watch bears as they ate their garbage. After the last garbage dumps closed in 1970 park visitors started to be fined if they brought food around bears and still are today if they are caught. Acmegraph Co. (1908-1918) A publisher of national view-cards.
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