A reminder of the glory days of American automotive vacationing, and leisure-time spent around the campfire at the KOA, the Ritz-Craft trailer print originally served as an advertisement for Fulton Trailer Sales.
The block was hand-carved in 1955 after being ordered by longtime Hatch Show Print bookkeeper Mai Cook Fulton, who, alongside her husband, also owned and operated Fulton Trailer Sales. Mai Cook also commissioned the Air Stream, Landola, and American Trailer prints to advertise their business.
Inked by hand with red and blue ink, the Ritz-Craft trailer is one of the more popular Hatch Show Print one sheets prints.
- Size: 41" x 30"
- Restrike of historic advertisement.
- Letterpress print.
- Printed on a Vandercook 28-42.
- Handmade in Nashville, Tennessee.