Legends' Photo Prints

From vintage photos of the Old West, Native Americans, Nostalgic American Scenes, and Advertising, to current photos of Route 66 and travel destinations across America, Legends Of America's Photo Print Shop features hundreds of vintage and current photos that are available in prints and digital downloads.

Prints are available in various textures, canvas wraps and fine art prints, and on specialty products.

Through our Legends General Store, we can also make any image available in a poster print or in bulk postcard orders. Please contact us for more information.

States, Cities, & Places

States, Cities, & Places

Old West

Old West

Native Americans

Native Americans

Route 66

Route 66

Americana

Americana

American History

American History

Historic People

Historic People

Ghost Towns

Ghost Towns

Nostalgic & 20th Century

Nostalgic & 20th Century

Transportation

Transportation

Artists, Photographers, & Publishing Companies

Artists, Photographers, & Publishing Companies

Scenic Views

Scenic Views

Other - Sports, Religious, Objects, Still-Life

Other - Sports, Religious, Objects, Still-Life

Photo Art

Photo Art

Animals

Animals

Greeting Cards

Greeting Cards

Architectural, Buildings, Bridges & More

Architectural, Buildings, Bridges & More

Advertising

Advertising

Legends Videos


Guestbook for Legends of America Photo Prints
25.Randy Chapman(non-registered)
Enjoyed your description of Wildorado Texas on old Rt. 66 West of Amarillo. Excellent summary. My mother was the daughter of Harry Elam who owned the general store and part owner of the bank that got robbed many times by Borger outlaws. He finally started sleeping in the store and shot back. Killed one of them. The family moved from Wildorado to Amarillo and my Mom left town in WWII to attend Texas Tech where she met my Dad, Donald Chapman. Good memories you shared.
23.salvatore velleri
nice to meet ya all and a pleasure to be here
21.Denise Garcia(non-registered)
My paternal grandmother was born around 1886 in Christian County, KY. Her daughter (my Dad's sister) said that one of grandmother's parents was born in Hopkinsville, KY during the two day layover of the Cherokees on the Little River here in Hopkinsville. After the birth the mother was moved on along with the rest of the Indians and the baby (one of my great grandparents) was given to a black family to raise. We have a Trail of Tears Park here and are on the National Historic Trail of Tears route. Two Chiefs who died here during the layover are buried here with a monument. My Dad was my grandmothers last ( of ten.) child, so grandmother died in 1978, before I had any thought of asking her personally about her parents. Geneolgy was not so much of a thing forty and fifty years ago. I presently live in the last remaining family homes here, about 2 miles from the actual site of the layover.
20.Michael(non-registered)
all that can be seen is there for all who may come to see and witness it, it is sad in the heart to think that one brother human being would call to kill all his brother human beings to own that which was ment to be shared by all who came to see and witness the gift of the great spirit.
19.ANN BROUSSARD(non-registered)
Ann Broussard