|Title||Tulip Festival with Statue of Liberty and Red and White Tulips|
|Collection||Linda Ruehle Collection|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Year Range from||2002|
|Year Range to||2003|
This horizontal image shows a festival in the tulip fields, presumably in Skagit County. In the fore and mid ground, tulips are in full bloom in red and white stripes across the field. Other shades of pinks and yellows are in the far distance. A replica of the Statue of Liberty about twice the height of the people in the shot, is in the left midground.
Also according to Marilyn and Jackie, the date is about 2002-3.
On the reverse of the image, printed in gray, are the words "Kodak/P A P E R" printed in two different sizes. The smaller set is inside a rectangular border and includes, below the words, a logo of a corner pulled down to reveal a negative with its distinctive square holed edge.