Today, Front Range staff presented the Lake Hotel National Historic Landmark nomination to the Landmarks Committee of the National Park System Advisory Board in Washington. The Landmarks Committee recommended that the nomination be forwarded to the Advisory Board for approval. Architect Robert C. Reamer transformed the original 1891 hotel in Yellowstone National Park into a Colonial Revival grand resort hotel in a series of remodelings and expansions beginning in 1903-04. Yellowstone Superintendent Dan Wenk appeared before the committee and urged approval of the nomination.
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