NATIONAL PARK SERVICE HISTORY

National Park Service History Collection RG 37

PRELIMINARY INVENTORY

A. Provenance

Most items in this collection were written as interpretation or explanation of some aspect of National Park Service administrative or operational history. Some material, especially in policy and philosophy, was taken from both popular and specialized journals as well as government publications and internal memoranda.

Accession numbers and/or sources are not listed here since over 50 different accessions are represented. The main sources are regional offices, the parks, and individuals. Carl P. Russell and S. Herbert Evison are two people whose collections and work are represented in this record group.

B. National Park Historical Highlights

1790 National Capital Parks

1832 Hot Springs Reservation Established

1830s Cattle, Park Idea

1864 Yosemite Established as State Park

1872 Yellowstone Established as first National Park

1875 Michil1mackinac

1889 Case Grande Ruin Reservation

1990 National Parks - Sequoia, General Grant, Yosemite, Chickamauga - Chattanooga National Military Park

1891 Forest Reserve Act

1906 Antiquities Act

1906 Devils Tower National Monument

1913 Albright joins USDI

1915 Mather joins USDI

1916 National Park Service established as a bureau of DOI

1919 Lafayette National Park (now Acadia National Park) Eastern National Park

1920 Traditional NPS Interpretation Begun

1920s Rangers under Civil Service

1925-6 Great Smoky Mountains, Shenandoah, Mammoth Cave - Acquire Land via Donations

1930 George Washington Birthplace - Eastern History Site

1933 Superintendents under Civil Service

1933 Major Reorganization - Historical Parks and National Monuments in Other Agencies Transferred to National Park Service

1933 Civilian Conservation Corps

1935 Historic Sites, Buildings and Antiquities Act - declared national historic preservation policy; established the National Landmarks program and the Advisory Board.

1936 Park, Parkway, and Recreation Area Study Act

1936 Blue Ridge Parkway

1937 Regionalization

1937 Cape Hatteras - First National Seashore

1942-47 Headquarters Moved to Chicago for Duration of war

1946 NPS Recreation Administration of Other Agency Land

1949 Establishment of the National Trust for Historic Preservation

1955 Museum Act

1956-64 Mission 66

1959 Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission (ORRRC) - led to Secretarial creation of Bureau of Outdoor Recreation.

1961 Cape Cod - Purchase Land

1962 First World Conference

1963 National Outdoor Recreation Act - Officially established Bureau of Outdoor Recreation.

1964 Wilderness Act

1965 Land and Water Conservation Fund Act

1966 National Historic Preservation Act

1966 NPS 50th Anniversary Celebration

1968 Wild and Scenic Rivers Act

1968 National Trails System Act

1969 National Environmental Policy Act

1970 The General Authorities Act established the National Park System

1972 National Parks Centennial/Second World Conference

1974-76 Bicentennial celebration

1977 Creation of the Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service from BOR and NPS

1978 NPS Omnibus Act - designated Alaska National Monuments

1979 Archeological Resources Protection Act

1980 Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA)- made National Parks of many Alaska monuments

1981 Absorption of the Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service back into NPS

1990 Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act

1991 NPS 75th Anniversary celebration

Directors

Mather, Stephen T. May 16, 1917 - January 8, 1929

Albright, Horace M. January 12, 1929 - August 9, 1933

Cammerer, Arno B. August 10, 1933 - August 9, 1940

Drury, Newton B. August 20, 1940 - March 31, 1951

Demaray, Arthur E. April 1, 1951 - December 8, 1951

Wirth, Conrad L. December 9, 1951 - January 7, 1964

Hartzog, Jr., George B. January 8, 1964 - December 31, 1972

Walker, Ronald H. January 1, 1973 - January 3, 1975

Everhardt, Gary E. January 13, 1975 - May 27, 1977

Whalen, William J. July 5, 1977 - May 13, 1980

Dickenson, Russell E. May 15, 1980 - March 3, 1985

Mott, William Penn, Jr. May 1, 1985 - April 16, 1989

Ridenour, James M. April 17, 1989 - May, 1993

Kennedy, Roger G. June 1, 1993 - March, 1997

Stanton, Robert G. August 4, 1997 -

C. Summary

There are 16 archival boxes, a half-archival box, an expanding folder, 1 record box, and 3 volumes of official history and explanation. It has been divided into 6 series.

The next series, III - concerns Origins. Within it, materials regarding the "Campfire Legend" occupy one archival box as do those put out by the War Department. Special Periods within NPS History make up Series IV. NPS Activities during World War II are in 1 archival box and an expanding folder and 1 archival box hold material on NPS Major Programs and Concerns 1962-, along with other NPS summaries. Series V - Publications has a half-archival box of the "Quotes" pamphlets plus a full box of policy publications. Much of the "official" history material has been labeled "Policy and Philosophy", Series VI. In 1986, this consisted of 6 chronological boxes - pre-1947, 1947-59, 1960-67, 1968-70, 1971-80, and 1981-current. This voluminous material includes articles on all aspects of parks, pamphlets and leaflets, memos, book reviews, press releases - almost any written material that shows how people within and outside of the Park Service think about their parks.

D. Related materials

The Harpers Ferry Center Library contains copies of probably all the accounts of NPS history published since the Service' inception.

The NPS Courier and other newsletters from 1919 to the present constitute a great historical resource. In the absence of other resources, an overview history could be written from these periodicals. They are also important for philosophy and to get a glimpse of National Park Service culture and esprit-de-corps.

The Oral Histories Collection (RG 59) contains personal narratives by past employees and friends of NPS which give a special flavor to NPS history. Personal papers in the NPSHC, like the Ronald F. Lee Papers (RG 1) also contain large amounts of material on the history and culture of the NPS. The badges, uniforms, and other artifacts in the museum collection give a feel for the evolution of the National Park Service. The vast holdings of the NPS Historic Photograph Collection also add flavor to the history.

E. Folder List

Series I - The S. Herbert Evison Collection on NPS history

This series includes Herbert Evison's writings on the history of the NPS. Evison was a long time NPS employee from the CCC days when he was in charge of NPS-managed state programs, until his retirement in the 1950s as NPS Chief of Information. Evison was preparing a history of the NPS and this series contains his manuscripts, which, with the research material, encompass the record box, 3 volumes, and 2 archival boxes. Evison also conducted two oral history projects, one in the early 1960s, one in the early 1970s.

Container 1.1: Evison's History and Manuscripts

Photocopy typescript - Part I and II, Vol. 1, p. 1-212

Photocopy typescript - Part II, vol. 2, p. 213-489

Photocopy typescript - Part II, Vol. 3, p. 490-663

A Brief History - complete copy, 150 p., typescript

A Brief History - working typescript with corrections,

Evison "Manuscript" - original typescript, 663 p.

Envelope - NPS A Brief History, older typescript and notes

Container 1.2: Evison Research Material Record Box

A Look Ahead - 2 folders

Appropriations

Concessions - 2 folders

Concessions - Numbered Items 51A-76

Concessions - Numbered Items 91-113

Cooperating Associations

Design and Construction

Fees and Charges

Miscellaneous

Mission 66

National Capital Parks - 2 folders

N. P. History

The NPS and History

The NPS and The Law

NPS Conferences

NPS Employment

NPS Organization - 2 folders

NPS Policies - Re: Resources - 2 folders

NPS Roads

The National Park System - 2 folders

The National Park Wilderness

Parkways

The People Who Use the Parks

Personnel and Employment

Philanthropy

Policies - People

Regions and Regional Offices

Regions and Regional Offices

Relations With Other Federal Agencies

Research - 2 folders

Resource Planning

Superintendents and Field Area Operations

Threats

Training

Oral History - 3 folders

Oral History Including Some Prospects Unrecorded

Oral History Program CRPTS - Re: Prospective Interviews

List of People

Correspondence - 2 folders

Incoming Correspondence - 2 folders

Series II - Digests of NPS History

This series consists of mostly published digests of NPS history.

Container 2: Published digests of NPS history

The Evolution of the National Park System of the U. S. Paul H. Buck M.A. thesis, 1921, printed 1946, GPO, Washington, D. C., 6"x9", 74 p.

"Construction of Roads, etc. in National Parks and Monuments" - House Hearings, February 7, 8, 12, 14, 1924, Washington, GPO

"Essential Facts of the War on Our National Park System and Its Effect on National Policy" - 70th Congress Ed.,- 13th Series to date, October 1927, The National Park Association, 1512 H Street, N. H., Washington, D. C.

"Stephen T. Mather and the National Parks" - Speech of Honorable Louis C. Cramton of Michigan in the House, Tuesday, January 15, 1929

Early History of Yellowstone National Park and Its Relation to National Park Policies, Louis C. Cramton, Washington, GPO, 1932

"National Parks in Conservation and Land Use," Horace M. Albright, reprint Journal of Forestry, March 1933

20th Anniversary National Parks" Supplement to Planning and Civic Comment, October-December 1936, Vol. 2,No. 4

"The NPS 1917-1937," Horace M. Albright, reprint 1937, American Planning and Civic Annual

Know Your Service Information Sheets - Region One c1940, No. 2 revised "The Early Days of Yellowstone", No. 4 "John Muir and Yosemite", Flo. 8 "The National Parks in 1900", Ho. 9 "Early Administration of the Parks", No. 14 "Application of the Antiquities Act"

A Brief History of the National Park Service, James F. Kieley, 1940

"Significant National Park Service Dates," p. 22-26 The Regional Review, Region One, Richmond, Virginia; July-August 1941, Vol. VII Nos. 1 and 2

The Twenty Fifth Anniversary Program of the National Park Service, Rock Creek Park, Washington, D. C., August 29, 1941

"The National Park Service in National Defense", E. P. Leavitt, January 1942

"The National Parks in Wartime", Newton B. Drury, reprint American Forests, August 1943

"The National Parks in Wartime", Dr. Carl P. Russell, reprint Outdoor America, July-August 1943

"The Trusteeship of the National Park Service", Carl P. Russell, reprint Transactions, Illinois Academy of Science, Vol. 13, No. 1, 1943

"The National Park Service the First Thirty Years", Newton B. Drury, reprint American Planning and Civic Annual for 1945

"Summary of April National Park Conference", reprint April-June 1947, Planning and Civic Comment

"The National Parks Start Back", Newton B. Drury, American Planning and Civic Annual, 1947

"Yosemite, the Story of an Idea", Hans Huth, reprint Sierra Club Bulletin, March 1948

Folder labeled 1949 contains excerpt from The Congressional Record with "The Easy Chair" by Bernard DeVoto

"National Park and Monument Planning in the United States", Carl Fess, reprint Town Planning Review, Vol. XXI, No. 1, April 1950

"The Past Decade in Our National Parks", F. M. Packard, The Garden Journal, Vol. 2, No. 4, July-August 1952

Growth of the National Park System, AAA, December 1, 1954, Conrad L. Wirth

National Parks Magazine, May 1959 Historical Issue

"Nature Guide Service 40th Anniversary", Yosemite Nature Notes, Vol. XXX, No. 7, July 1960

National Parks: A Brief History with Questions and Answers, GPO, 1961

"Ladies Who Wear the Uniform of the National Park Service", Rogers W. Young, reprint Planning and Civic Comment, March 1962

"Federal Agencies and Outdoor Recreation", Report to ORRRC,

"Formation of the National Park Service 1913-1929", Supplement to Theme XIV Conservation of Natural Resources National Survey of Historical Sites and Buildings, Charles W. Snell, July 1963

"Review of National Park Service Policies", Subcommittee Hearings, House, January 23, 24, 1964

Yosemite Saga of a Century 1864-1964, May 1964

"A Crisis in Our Parks", Dr. Carl P. Russell, Ripon College Alumnus, November 1964

"A History of the National Parks in Colorado. Edmund B. Rogers, Denver Westerners Monthly Roundup, January 1965, Vol. XXI, No. 1

Special National Park Service Issue Parks and Recreation, August 1966

U.S.D.I., National Park Service "Golden Anniversary", 1966

"National Park Service Golden Anniversary, Special Issue Park Maintenance, August 1966

"National Park Issue", Forest History, October 1966, Vol. 10, No. 3

"Briefing Session with Director of National Park Service", House Hearings, January 30, 1967

"People and Programs of the National Park Service" Briefing Book, NPS, 1967

Public Use of the National Park System 1872-2000, Ronald F. Lee, January 1, 1968

"Will Success Spoil the National Parks?. Robert Cahn, article reprint The Christian Science Monitor, 1968

"Over the Years with the National Park Service", George Hartzog, National Parks Magazine, May 1969

"The American Invention of National Parks", Roderick Nash, American Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 13, Fall 1970

Origins of National Park Service Administration of Historic Sites, Horace M. Albriqht, 1971

Family Tree of the National Park System, Ronald F. Lee, 1971.

National Park Service Rustic Architecture 1916-1942, WRO, February 1977

"The National Park Service and the First World War" Marcella M. Sherfy, Journal of Forest History, October 1978

The Mather-Albright Years: National Parks Come to America.

"Opposition to National Parks", H. Duane Hampton, Journal of Forest History, Vol. 25, No. 1, January 1981 p. 94-97,

Chapter "The Reclamation Service", in book Biography of a Progressive Franklin K. Lane 1864-1921, Keith W. Olson, Contributions in American History, No. 78, Greenwood Press

"Engineers and Conservationists in the Progressive Era", Kenchok A. Clements, California History

Container 3.1 - Digests of NPS History to 1959

"National Parks and Reservations" with selected park reports 1910 Annual Report of Secretary of the Interior, p.

Progress in the Development of National Parks, Stephen T. Mather, 1916

Letter - J. Horace McFarland, 11/27/26, Re: Historical Development of National Park System

"National Parks and National Monuments of the United States", for 1928 Encyclopaedia Britannica

The Department of the Interior Its History and Proper Functions, Louis C. Cramton, 1932

Various Economy and related statutes effecting the National Park Service during periods April 1, 1933-June 30, 1934

Career Service Possibilities in the National Park Service, M.A. thesis Russell Phillips Andrews, 1938

History and Growth of the National Park Service, Arno B. Cammerer, March 9, 1939

The National Park System, revised October 1939

"Extension of Remarks on National Parks and the National Park Service", Honorable Edward T. Taylor, House of Representatives, Saturday, June 28, 1941, Congressional Record Appendix

"Memo for All Field Offices: Re: 25th Anniversary NPS", Demaray, July 23, 1941

Information Sheet - Know Your Service, No. 8 "The National Parks in 1900", Region One, Richmond, C1941

Information Sheet - Know Your Service, No. 9 "Early Administration of the Parks", Region One, c1941

"Twenty-five Years old", Fanning Hearon, NPS, Personnel Bulletin, October 1941

National Parks in America's Conservation Program, Carl P. Russell, 1941

"The Yosemite", "Yellowstone National Park", "Conservation and the National Park Idea" excerpt segments of chapter "The Army and the Indian" in book A History of the United States Since the Civil War, Ellis Paxton Oberholtz, 1945, Vol. III, p. 437 ff.

Report - Park and Outdoor Recreation Resources in the United States, NPS for Secretary of the Interior, 1946

Notes on Fees and Revenue in the Early History of the National Park System, Olaf T. Hagen, Regional Historian, February 16, 1948

"National Park Service", Administration of Federal Lands by the Department of the Interior, April ZO, 1958, p. 69-80

National Parks at Home and Abroad, F. M. Fryxell, May Z5, 1948

The Development of the National Park System and the National Park Service, September 29, 1948

The Development of the National Park System and the National Park Service, Newton B. Drury, January 8, 1949

"The Dilemma of Our Parks", Newton B. Drury, American Forest, June 1949 reprint

Folder marked 1951-2 containing following: National Parks and Other Areas as of June 30, 1951

Memo - May 29, 1952, "National Park Accomplishments During Administration of Late Secretary of the Interior Ickes"

New Areas Being Acquired, 11/28/52

National Park Service Washington Office Division, Their Functions and Activities, 1952

1952 Calendar of Events for the National Park System

National Park Service History, "White Mountain" Smith, March 1952

"The 'first' Yosemite Rangers", Allen Sproul, Yosemite Nature Notes, April 1, 1952

A History of National Capital Parks, Cornelius W. Heine, 1953

1953 Calendar of Events for the National Park Service

1955 Calendar of Events in Areas Administered by the National Park Service

Resolutions passed by the Advisory Board...at 34th Meeting...March 21-30, 1956

Brief Early History of National Park Service, 1956 Contains Mackinac, Sullys Hill, etc.)

Calendar of Events in Areas Administered by the National Park Service, April 1-December 31, 1957

Calendar of Events in Areas Administered by the National Park Service, March 1-December 31, 1958

Chronology of the Development of the U. S. National Park Service, D. I., July 8, 1958

A History of the National Park Service, Dr. Carl P. Russell, May 1959

Calendar of Events in Areas Administered by the National Park Service, February 1-December 31, 1959

Retreat Review honoring National Park Service at Williamsburg Conference, August 23, 1959, remarks

Container 3.2 - Digests of NPS History - 1960-

M.A. thesis The National Park Service of the U. S. D. I., Millis Patton, American University, D.C., 1960

Folder - 1960 containing:

"Stephen T. Mather, Father of the National Parks", Conrad L. Wirth, Dedication of Stephen T. Mather High School, Chicago, May 17, 1960 Talk - Campfire Day, R. W. Russell Handwritten notes - History, Corky Johnson 1960

Talk - "Recreation and the National Parks",

Ronald F. Lee, January 10, 1961, Garden Club of America

Transcript Oral History, Howard Hays, Concessionaire, April 1961

"A Look Back to Look Ahead", W. G. Carnes, April 29, 1961, Mission 66

H. M. Albright Oral History Transcript excerpts, July 1961

Service History, July 10, 1961 Mac (E. M.) Dale National Parks of the United States, Conrad L. Wirth, July 21, 1961

Organization History, Administrative Manual, Vol. 1, Chapter, 1, 1-9, 1960-62

Service History, May 7-18, 1962 24th GATC, Carl P. Russell

Remarks - Howard R. Stagner, October 24, 1962, "National Parks - Their Role in Outdoor Recreation"

NE Regional Director New Years Message, 1963 (Summary of 1962 Accomplishments)

Administrative Manual Organization, Vol., Part 1, History, January 14, 1363

History of National Park Service, Tom D. Thomas, February 19, 1963, Shenandoah National Park

Archival notes - NPS History, Herb Evison, 1963(?)

Notes - Miscellaneous archival material, Herb Evison, 1963(?)

Desert Research Institute, A Nevada Summer Science Training Program, "History of National Park Service", CPR, July 1964

The National Park Service : Manager of Land for People, Herb Evison, book outline, 1964 or so

Status of National Park Legislation, 89th Congress, 1965

D. I., Departmental Manual Part 145, National Park Service Organization, Chapter 2 Creation, Objectives and Functions, 1966

The Evolution of the Protection Function, Eivind T. Scoyen, 1966

Handwritten draft - "Triangular Function of National Park Service", c1966

The First 50 Years of the National Park Service, Cornelius W. Heine, June 1966

"Parks and People: Past, Present and Futures", Address by Honorable Wayne N. Aspinal, June 24, 1967

"Questions and Answers re: Addition of New Areas to the National Park System", October 10, 1967

The Origin of the National Park Idea in America condensed by Douglass H. Hubbard, December 5, 1968

Folder - Departmental history, 1963-1968:

Summary of Legislative Landmarks Affecting the National Park System, c1963

Two National Park System Position Papers 1918, 1964, S. Herbert Ev1son, July 1967

Departmental History drafts 1963-1968, JC, NEED, Dedications, White House Activities, Cultural Programs, Interpretive Design, Urban Affairs, Recreation Areas, Beautification, Summer-in-the Parks

Topics for possible use, Departmental History 1963-1969, Outline of Departmental History etc., re: Outline and Essays for Department History

Areas Added to the National Park System in Udall Administration, 1968

Outline - Service History, 1970 with handwritten notes

Public Land Law Review Commission and the Antiquities Act, R. F. Lee, August, 1970

Objectives and Goals of National Park Service, R. F. Lee, c1970

Memo: "The National Park Service and Administration Changes 1920-1971", Albright

Areas Added to National Park System 1964-1972,February 15, 1972

A Brief History and Description of the National Park System, Hazel K. Wharton, 196h, 1973

New Direction for the National Park System: Highlights of the Ronald H. Walker Administration, Barry Mackintosh, 1974

Typed notes - History of Interpretation, C. Frank Brockman, 1975

The First Regionalization of the National Park Service, S. Herbert Evison, May, 1976

Department of the Interior Departmental Manual Part 145, "National Park Service", Chapter 1-9, May 11, 1976

Draft of 60th Anniversary Statement, Horace M. Albright

Historical Record of Prescribed Fire in National Park Service, 1949-1981 (statistic table)

The National Park Service and Changes in National Administration, Albright, 1984

Series III - Origins

Container 4: Campfire legend

Pamphlet - Campfire at Madison Junction

Booklet - Ferdinand Vandiveer Hayden and the Founding of the Yellowstone National Park, U5DI Geological survey

Black and white 8''x10U photo of campfire Black and white 8"x10" photo of tent, survey members

Photocopies - correspondence James Fergus to Ignatius Donnelly, 1883 and 1864 putting forth idea of National Game Park in Montana

Letter from William A. Clagett, July 14, 1894 re Credit for Yellowstone National Park bill

"The Word Park in the United States", Mr. Albert Matthews, p. 373-399, Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Vol. VIII, April 1904

WML mounted photos 660, 669, 670, 671, h72 and 673 Portrayal of Washburn, Langford-Doan Party, Jack Haynes, 1920 or 30, rephotographed 1934

History and Growth of the National Park Service, Cammerer, March 9, 1939

News Release - "25th Anniversary of National Park Service, August 24, 1941"

Annual Report of the Director of the National Park Service to the Secretary of the Interior, June 1941

"The Creation of Yellowstone National Park" with Turrentine Jackson, Mississippi Valley Historical Review, XXX, 2 September 1942

Mason Bulletin, July 1946, re: N. P. Langford

Picture Maker of the Old West, William H. Jackson, Clarence S. Jackson, New York, and Scribners, 1947, "Before Congress", 3 p

4 black and white 8.X10. Photos of First Campfire Pageant, Yellowstone, September 12, 1957

The Birth of Yellowstone National Park, Bert Hansen, 1957, 18 p., pageant, etc.

"Historical sketch of Mammoth Terraces", Yellowstone Nature Notes, Vol. XXXII, No. 4, July-August 1958

"Expedition Found A National Park", New York Times, July 1, 1962 clipping

Program leaflet - Campfire Day Pageant, August 25, 1963

D. I. Manual "Organization, National Park Service", Vol. 1, p. 1-10, January 1963

"Birth of the National Park Idea," Carl P. Russell, Yosemite: Saga of a Century, 1964, Sierra Star Press

Comments on script used to present Pageant "the Birth of Yellowstone National Park", Aubrey L. Haines, June 1964

"Yellowstone's Advocate Judge William Darrah Kelley", Aubrey L. Haines, April 18, 1967

"The National Park Centennial" remarks Cornelius W. Heine, Tri-State Symposium, Yellowstone, May 10-13, 1967

"Yellowstone - Lodestone of the Future", Cornelius W. Heine, June 15, 1967

"Comments on the National Park Idea and the Establishment of Yellowstone National Park", Cornelius W. Heine, July 11, 1967

Bibliography - Yellowstone Park newspaper articles, other papers, research, Cornelius W. Heine

Information re: Washburn-Langford-Doane Campfire, Aubrey Haines, August 1967

Photocopy from Minnesota Historical Society of letter, William R. Marshall, July 14, 1894 re: Credit for Yellowstone National Park

Biographies for members of Washburn-Langford-Doane Expedition, March 20, 1969

"The American Invention of National Parks", Roderick Nash, American Quarterly, Vol. 22, No. 3, Fall 1970, p. 7Z6-735

Story Line and Exhibit Approach for the Madison Junction Centennial Exhibits

"Yellowstone Campfire Story", David A. Clary, April 1971, May 1971, December 1971

Memo - Yellowstone Campfire, Ronald F. Lee, June 1971

Folder - NPS History

Folder - 75-09 Campfire

Folder - National Park Idea

Ronald F. Lee's copy - "Correspondence on the Yellowstone Campfire" 1971

76-04 - Correspondence by R. F. Lee on the Yellowstone Campfire, 1971

73-04 - Correspondence by R. F. Lee on the Yellowstone Campfire 1971

Huth, Nash, Cramton, Ise on Yellowstone

Haines, Chittenden, Matthews on Yellowstone

Yellowstone Subcommittee under NPS Centennial Committee

"Note on the Legislative History of the Yellowstone Act, April 1972", R. F. Lee

Container 5: War Department - Archive Box

Folder - National Cemeteries

Typed note - Interpretation - Under War Department

"1914 Regulations for the National Military Parks and the Statutes ...Administered"

1947 National Cemetery Regulations - War Department

1931 National Military Park, National Park, Battlefield Site, National Monument Regulations - War Department

1931 National Cemetery Regulations - War Department

Remarks on National Cemeteries - Original Military Division of Tennessee, Lt. Col. E. B. Whilman, 1868

Draft - The Origin and Evolution of the National Military Park Idea, R. F. Lee, February Z6, 1969

Series IV - Special Periods

Container 6a - World War II - Archive Box

Pamphlet - Service

Booklet - U. S. Army Recreation Camp, Mt. McKinley, Alaska, July 30, 1943

Photo booklet - Parks, March 1945

"Yosemite During the War Years", Frank A. Kittredge, Yosemite Nature Notes, May 1946

Civilian Public Service Camps Handbook, November 1943, with amendments

Talk - "The National Park Service in National Defense", Carl P. Russell, November 13-17, 1940, Naturalists' Conference

Talk - "Parks and Patriotism", Arno B. Cammerer, January 29, 1941, American Planning and Civic Association

"The History of America as a National Resource for Morale", George H. Forsyth, April 28, 1941

"Relationship of the National Park Service to the Army Program", Statement, H. K. Roberts, July 1941

"National Parks and National Morale", Maurice Sullivan, 1942

"Note for the "Outfit", (SWM) Situation in Washington, H.M.M. (Miles), 3/8/42

Negatives of Merchandise Mart, Chicago, Illinois

Reprint - "The National Parks in Wartime," Newton B. Drury, American Forests, August 1943

Camp Regulations, April 11, 1941, Selective

National Park Service War Work, December 7, 1941-June 30, 1944 ed. Charles W. Potter, III

National Park Service War Work, December 7, 1941 to June 30, 1944 with Supplement to October 1, 1945, ed.Charles W. Porter, III

The Parks and World War II, S. Herbert Evison, c1964

Container B - NPS Major Programs and Concerns, 1962-72

(Expandable Folder)

File envelope - Manuscript of report covering following:
 

National Park Centennial and Second World Conference

National Park Service Participation in Youth Opportunity Programs

The VIP Program

The Natural Science Research Program

Environmental Education

The Natural Landmarks Program

The Environmental Impact Statement

Alaska
 

Expanding File contains typed report includes some of above plus:
  Historic Preservation

Transportation Concepts and Innovations

National Park Preserves

Legislative Programs

Wilderness Preservation

Urban Emphasis

Summer-in-the-Parks

Budget and Appropriations Record

National Park Foundation

National Cultural P Concept

National Park System Plan
 

Series V - Publications

Container A - Quotes

Conservation Quotes, January 1953

Quotable Quotes Relating to Conservation in General and National Parks in Particular, 1951

Quotes - Conservation - Parks - Natural Beauty, 1966

Container 7 - Policy Publications - Archives Box

Progress in the Development of the National Parks,Stephen T. Mather, Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior, Washington, GPO, USDI, Office of the Secretary, 1916

"Policy Statements" The Council Ring, Vol. I, No. 13, December 11, 1939

Booklet - Road to the FutureLong Range Objectives and Goals for the National Fark Service, 1964

Administrative Manual Organization Volume, Part 5, Policy, Release No. 61, June 10, 1965

National Park Service Briefing Book, March 1967

Compilation of the Administrative Policies for the National Park and National Monuments (Natural Area Category) of the National Park System, June 14, 1967 (rough draft)

Compilation of the Administrative Policies for the National Parks and National Monuments (Natural Area Category) of the National Park System, September 1, 1967

Compilation of the Administrative Policies for the National Recreation Areas, National Seashores, National Lakeshores, National Parkways, National Scenic Riverways (Recreational Area Category) of the National Park System, January 10, 1968

Boxed Set - Administrative Policies for the National Park System, 1968

Administrative Policies for Natural Areas of the National Park System, September 1, 1967

Administrative Policies for Natural Areas of the National Park System, Revised 1970

Administrative Policies for Recreation Areas of the National Park System, February 1968

Administrative Policies for Recreation Areas of the National Park Service, revised August 1968

Historic Preservation Policies of the National Park Service,1968 reprint

Administrative Policies for Historical Areas of the National Park System, revised 1973

Memo for Directorate with second draft of Administrative Policies, September 26, 1974

Memo and Draft Policy Review Park Planning and Development, August 20, 1974

Management PoliciesU.S.D.I., NPS, 1975

Series VI - Policy and Philosophy

Container 8 - Policy and Philosophy to 1947

Evison proposed article on Ballinger 1910 Parks Statement

"National Park - The Need of the Future" Address of Right Honorable James Bryce November 20, 1912, American Civic Association

Excerpts - Your National Park, Enos A. Mills, Houghton Mifflin Co. Boston 1917

Statement of National Park Policy May 13, 1918 Secretary Franklin K. Lane

The American Civic Association's Park Primer, 1st and 2nd editions

Sieur De Monts Publications - NP&M, George Buckram Dorr

"Our National Monuments a National Opportunity", Robert Sterling Yard, reprint Bulletin Appalachian Mountain Club, December 1924

"Policy Park Legislation with Impairments", Horace M. Albright, re 20's

"The Ideals and Policy of the National Park Service Particularly in Relation to Yosemite National Park," Stephen T. Mather, 1921

Resolution on Park Development, December 1922, Roger W. Toll et al.

"The Pageant Highway" [National Park to Park Highway] The Mentor, July 1924, Ronne C. Shelse

"Do Functions of the National Park Service Overlap Those of Other Bureaus?" Stephen T. Mather, 1925

"The National Park Service Its Functions, Its Policies, Its Future" February 1925, Stephen T. Mather

Folder - Hubert Work 1925 contains Work Policy Statement and comparison to Lane 1918 Statement

"National Park System to Assume its Higher Status" National Parks Bulletin, No. 45, October 24, 1925

Circular No. 15 - Yellowstone, June 18, 1926, Refuse Disposal

"Parks of the Golden State", Harold C. Bryant, Nature Magazine, October 1928

American Civic Association's Primer, 4th edition, October 1932

National Park Briefs, 1940

"National Park Standards" Campfire Club of America, January 1, 1930

"How much and What Kind of Forest Land Should be Devoted Exclusively to Recreation and Aesthetics?" John D. Coffman, reprint Journal of Forestry, Vol. XXXY, No. 2, February 1937

The Council Ring, Vol. I No. 13, December 11, 1939, "Policy Statements"

"Southwest National Monuments, Frank Pinkley, American Planning and Civil Annual as well as "Our Archeological Heritage," Jesse Nusbaum

Lewis C. Cramton remarks, address "Our National Park System," Howard Hayes, June 11, 1930

Survey Graphic, July 1930, "Mather, Maker of National Parks," Horace M. Albright

"The National Park Idea", Ben Thompson, 1931

"What Are National Parks? Wallace W. Atwood, Louisiana Conservation Review, November 1931

"Atmosphere in the National Parks", Superintendent John R. White, February 10, 1936

"National and State Parks in the Conservation Field," Herbert Evison, February 27, 1936

Recommendations of Special Meetings of National Park Superintendents, January-February 1936

Definitions of Outdoor Recreation Areas, Natural Resources Committee, June 1936

"Recreation Planning," Dr. E. P. Meinecke, December 2, 1936

"Caves and Their Conservation", Geology Memo No. 2, March 1937

"Park Maintenance", Roberts Mann, 1937, April 25

Policy re Loans and Gifts Exhibit, Museum, July 1937

"The Future of National Parks in Region One," Carl P. Russell, January 1938

"Present Uses" Edmund B. Rogers, January 20, 1938

"Forecasting the National Park System Future," Frank A. Kittredge, January 21, 1938

Letters - National Park Standards, William P. Wharton and Arno B. Cammerer, July 27, 1938

"Trails and Trail Use" Dr. H. C. Bryant, 1938

"Dilution of Executive Methods and Weakening of Ideas," Carl P. Russell, March 1938

"Conservation Esthetic" Aldo Leopold, reprint March-April 1938, Bird-Lore Magazine

"Park Service Leader Abandons National Park Standards," William P. Wharton, National Park Bulletin, Vol. 14, No. 5, June 1938

Ickes letter re Park Roads, March 18, 1938

National Park Bulletin, Vol. 14, No. 66, December 1938, "Why National Primeval Parks?"

"Planning and development in the National Parks" Carl P. Russell, 1939

"Set Apart and Preserved Unimpaired," (Outline) Carl P. Russell, December 15, 1938

A Brief History of the National Park Service, James F. Kieley, 1940

Memo for WASO and All Field Offices re Museum Policy and Procedure, March 13, 1940

Memo and letter March 1940 re National Park Service Conservation. The Regional Review, Region One Richmond, Vol. IV No. 6, June 1940

"Coordination of Conservation Programs" Carl P. Russell, 1940

"Responsibility of the Engineer for the Conservation of Scenic and Historic Resources" Ed Preece

"What Is It We Defend?" Howard Brancher, Recreation, Vol. 34 No. 5, August 1940

Memo re Service Connection to "Temporary and Emergency Projects", Newton B. Drury, December 10, 1940

"The Forest and Men's Souls," Floyd W. Schmore, American Forests, January 1941

"National Parks: A Symposium of Papers" Planning and Civic Comment, January-March 1941

"Governmental Preservation of Natural Scenery" Frederick Law Olmsted [senior], Council Ring, Vol. I No. 18, March 10, 1941, (1890 Statement)

"Parks in a National Conservation Program" Arno B. Cammerer, c1940-1

"A National Park Creed" John C. Merrian

"Conservation of National Parks," Harold C. Bryant, The National Park Bulletin, Vol. 15 No. 9, February 11

Letter re Differences between National Parks and National Forests, Drury, August 25, 1941

"Confidence in the American Way," Carl P. Russell excerpt Park and Recreation Progress 1941 Yearbook

Statement re Recreational Travel during War, Drury, May 11, 1942

"Worth Fighting For," Richard W. Westwood, Nature Magazine, Vol. 35 No. 4, April 1942

Book review - America's Natural Wealth by Richard Lieber, Carl P. Russell, 1942

"Resources Occurring in National Parks" Newton B. Drury, December 18, 1942

"The National Parks in Wartime," Dr. Carl P. Russell, reprint Outdoor America, July-August 1943

Copy handwritten memo to Secretary of Interior from Drury, re Logging in Olympic, 1943

"The National Park Service Program of Conservation for Areas and structures of National Historical Significance" Alvin P. Stauffer and Charles W. Porter, reprint Mississippi Valley Historical Review, Vol. XXX No. 1, June 1943

"The National Parks in Wartime," Newton B. Drury, reprint American Forests, August 1943

"Trusteeship of the National Park Service", Carl P. Russell, reprint Transactions, Illinois Academy of Science, Vol. 36 No. 15, September 1943

"The National Parks and War" Newton B. Drury

"Recreation of Public Lands" Roberts Mann, April 25, 1944

"What the War is Doing to National Parks and Where They Will be at Its Close" Newton B. Drury, The Living Wilderness, May 1944

"Information relating to the National Park System" June 30, 1944

"National Park Service Grazing Policy," Newton B. Drury reprint, National Park Magazine, April-June 1944

National Park Service War Work December 7, 1941-June 30, 1944, Charles W. Porter, III

"The Future Development and Functions of Our National Parks" Thomas C. Vint, October 1944

Memo for Secretary of the Interior, "Administration of Reservoir Areas for Recreational Use-Shasta and Friant Dams-Central Valley Project, California" January 1945

Comment on National Park Service Purposes, etc., Thomas J. Allen, March 6, 1945

Memo for Regional Directors re Bibliographies, Hillory A. Tolson, April 16, 1945

"Recreation and Resort Aspects of Areas in the National Park System" May 12, 1945

"Destination: Our Land" Walter A. Doty, reprint Sunset Magazine, May 1945

"National Primeval Park Standards: A Declaration of Policy" National Park Association, 1945

"What Changes in National Park Policy Would Make the Parks More Useful to the People and Provide More Recreational Areas?" Newton B. Drury, Post-War Resources Institute, November 5-9 1943

"Your National Monuments," Newton B. Drury, reprint Nature Magazine, August- September 1945

"National Parks and Private Inholdings," reprint Planning and Civic Comment, July 1945 with "Parks" reprinted from Planning and Civic Comment, July 1945

"National Park Service Master Plans," Thomas C. Vint, Planning and Civil Comment, 1946

"Park Conservation: A Report on Park and Outdoor Recreation Resources in the United States for the Secretary of the Interior, 1946

"The Place of the National Park Service in Nature Conservation," Carl P. Russell, Yosemite Nature Notes, Vol. XXVIII No. 10, October 1946

"Private In-Holdings in National Park System," Newton B. Drury, Land and Policy Review, Fall 1946

Memo to Accompany Annual Report of Director, 1946 re National Park System, Objectives and Problems

Memo for Park Naturalist and Monument Custodians re photo needs, January 6, 1947

"Land and Forest Resources of the National Park Service" O. A. Tomlinson, March 6-7, 1947

Container 9 - Policy and Philosophy 1948-1959

"The National Parks Start Back," Newton B. Drury, American Planning and Civic Annual, 1948

Memo - "Development and Administration of Recreational Areas at Reservoir Sites" April 30, 1948

"The Place of Our NPS in Nature Conservation: A Digest of NPS Policies and Objectives" Carl P. Russell, June 15, 1948

"Sacred Cows and Public Lands," Bernard DeVoto, reprint Harpers Magazine, July 1948

Memo - The Development of the National Park System and the National Park Service," September 19, 1948

"The Development of the National Park System and the National Park Service" Newton B. Drury, January 7, 1949

"Recreation's Stake in Our Natural Resources," Dr. Ernest S. Griffith, February 7, 1949

Folder - 1949, "The Protection of Primary Values in National Park March, What Conservation Means" H. Robert Cushman Murphy, Canadian Nature, Vol. 11 No. 1, January-February

"The Men in Green," Bernard DeVoto

"Scenic Resources are Necessary in Our Patterns of Living," John E. Doerr, June 1949

"The Dilemma of Our Parks," Newton B. Drury, reprint American Forests, June 1949

"Preservation of Primary Values" Robert H. Rose, November 1, 1949

"Preservation of Primary Values" Carl P. Russell, March 6-14, 1950

"National Park and Monument Planning in the United States" Carl Feiss, reprint Town Planning Review, vol. XXI, April 1950 (English)

"Drury Cites Threats to National Parks Averted," Bulletin, April 17-19, 1950

Policy excerpts minutes Advisory Board, April 17-19, 1950

Recreation, Carl P. Russell talk, San Joaquin Valley Conservation Forum, April 21, 1950

Talk re Reservoirs and Dams on CBS broadcast, June 12, 1950,Mr. Drury

"The National Park Service" Howard Stagner, Augusta, 1950

Agenda and Minutes - Twentieth National Park Conference, Yosemite National Park, October 16-20, 1950

Remarks of Honorable Dale Doty, Assistant Secretary of the Interior at Sierra Club, Los Angeles, November 10, 1951

Region One Personnel Instruction Course - River Basin Studies, Parkways, Forest Fire Control, Forest Insects and Tree Diseases, Safety and Health of Employees, Concessions in National Park Service Areas, Engineering Activities, Project Construction Program, the Master Plan, Land Acquisition, Area Investigation, and Cooperation with Other Agencies, May 22, 1951

Paper - "The Order of Parks," by Charles G. Sauers, 31st meeting National Conference of State Parks, October 11, 1951

"Landscape Architecture in National Park Service" William G. Carnes, Landscape Architecture, July 1951

Address of Interior Secretary Oscar L. Chapman, National Audubon Society, New York City, November 13, 1951

Virginia Scenic Historyland, vol. 16A, contains articles on National Parks - Shenandoah, Blue Ridge, Colonial, George Washington Birthplace and Civil War Battlefields - Manassas, Fredericksburg, Richmond, Petersburg, Appomattox and Cumberland Gap

General Discussion National Park Service Problems, House Hearing, February 26, 1952

"These Lands Are Yours" Bernard De Vote, Woman's Day, February 1952

"The Aims of the National Park Service in Relation to Water Resources" Conrad L. Wirth, May 19, 1952 address

Conservation Quotes, National Park Service, January 1953

"Encroachment on and Resource Utilization in Areas of National Park System" March 1, 1953

"Areas Administered by the National Park Service" statement Conrad L. Wirth, House Hearings, March 9, 1953

"Trying to Plan for the National Park System's Future" Conrad L. Wirth address Sierra Club, May 2, 1953

"Going to Visit A National Park? A Handbook for Boy Scout Jamboree Leaders" issued by NPS, USDI, 1953

WASO Division Activity Reports, July 14, 1953

"What Are National Parks?" October 1953

The National Park System, 1954, "Mission 66"

"Twenty-Four Million Acres of Trouble" Ralph M. Yoder, The Saturday Evening Post, July 3, 1954
 

"A Broad View of the National Parks" American Automobile Association, c1954

"Those Intangible Things" Sigurd F. Olson talk, Izaak Walton League, March 11, 1954

National Parks and National Monuments (booklet) E.D.F. 1-55, Lassen

"Threats to Our National Parks" Conrad L. Wirth, Audubon Magazine, July-August 1954, reprint

"National Parks - The Citizens Responsibility," Fred M. Packard. reprint Oryx, December 1954, Vol. 2 No. 6

Memo to All - "Statement of National Park Policy - 1918" March 21,1955

"Mission 66 Report" September 1955

Memo - "Non-Official Expression," September 7, 1955

Correspondence re Echo Park Dam Controversy, September 4, 1955

Memo - "Organization of the National Park Service - Cooperative Activities," November 30, 1955

Public Health Service Administrative Guide Covering NPS Activities, 1956

Memo to All - NPS Policies and Practices, May 24, 1956

"Make the Most of Your National Park," E. L. Jordan, Family Circle, April 1956

"Heritage of Beauty and History the National Park," National Geographic, 1957

"A National Policy for National Parks and Monuments," reprint January-March 1957, National Park Magazine

"Preservation of Natural and Wilderness Values in the National Park" Conrad L. Wirth, March 1957

Boy Scout Jamboree National Park Service Welcome

Memo - Advertising Material in Areas Administered by NPS, August 19, 1957

One of America's Greatest Resources - Unmatched Natural Scenery," Horace McFarland, 1908, The Living Wilderness, reprint Spring 1958

Booklets - National Parks and National Monuments - A Booklet for School Children

"Wanton Disregard of Our Heritage," Blake Clark, reprint Readers' Digest, January 1959

"Scientific Surveys Before Development of Areas" George C. Ruhle paper presented to Conference of Chief Rangers, Naturalists and Historians, NPS, March 11-21, 1959

"A National Policy for National Parks and Monuments" reprint National Park Magazine, May 1959

Memo to All - "Signing...Communications and Adoption of Completed Staff Work Plan" May 18, 1959

"Parks Are For People," Conrad L. Wirth, reprint Parks and Recreation, June 1959

Your Mission 66 and the National Parks A Passport to the Adventure pamphlet, Phillips 66 Petroleum Company

"Your National Parks," Jack Schaefer, Holiday magazine,

"A National Policy for Safeguarding Our National Parks and Monuments," National Park Association

Primary use vs. multiple use" Howard Stagner paper presented to Visitors Services Conference, November 30, 1959

Memo to All - "Uniform Use of Names of Flowering Plants and Vertebrate Animals" December 29, 1959

Press release - "Secretary Seaton Issues Directive to Strengthen Mission 66" December 3, 1959

"Outline for the History of National Parks, National Monuments and National Historic Areas, Memorials" Howard Baker

Radio series - "Secrets of the National Parks", 25 titles

Leaflet - Your National Park System, National Wildlife Federation

Container 10 - Policy and Philosophy - 1960-1967

U.S.D.I. Office of Secretary carbon letter on difference between national parks and monuments, land acquisition, etc., 1960

"Litter Prevention in the National Parks" 1960?

"National Parks and National Forests," Editorial Comment, Harlean James?, Planning and Civic Comment, March 1960

"A New and Human Science," Conservation, Henry Rumanty, reprint Sports Illustrated, March 28-April 4, 1960

"A New and Human Science, Conservation, Henry Rumanty, reprint Sports Illustrated, March 28-April 4, 1960

Westways Special National Park Issue, April 1960

Your Booklet About Our National Parks and National Monuments, A Handbook for Boy Scout Jamboree Leaders, 1960

Pamphlet - Your National Parks A Brief History, With Questions and Answers, 1961

Talk re Travel in the Parks, R. Alldredge, 1961

"Division of Public Policy Analysis" Robert M. Coates, 1961?

"An Old Timer Looks at the Frontiers" Eivind Scoyen, 1961

Talk - "The Impact of Recreation on National Park System" Ronald F. Lee, Garden Club of America, January 10, 1961

National Wildlands News - "Will You Restore Adherence to Highest National Park Principles, Mr. Udall?" Vol. 2, No. 12, February 1961

Clipping series "Our National Parks in Jeopardy" The Atlantic Monthly, February 1961

Memo - "Recent Magazine Articles on National Parks" March 10, 1961, answering Memo "Preservation and Use of Areas Administered by the National Park Service" March 20, 1961

"Aviation and National Parks" statement of Mission 66, Reappraisal Aviation Task Force, March 15, 1961

Minutes - Directors Staff Meeting, March 12, 1961

Your National Parks: A Brief History, 1961

News release - April 2, 1961, "Secretary Udall approves Basic Wilderness Preservation Policies of National Park Service"

Address - "The Conservation of Spiritual Values," Frank E. Masland, Jr., Mission 66 Frontiers Conference, April 25, 1961

"Zoning of Areas of Use" L. F. Cook

"National Parks for the Future" Stewart Udall, Atlantic Monthly, Advance copy release, May 24, 1961

"Definitions and Criteria for Existing Areas of the National Park System" July 1961

"Nature Conservancy Policies for Preservation, Use of Natural Areas" Policy Bulletin No. 2, July 1961

"Regulation of National Recreation Areas" 36 CFR, Part 2, August 24, 1961

File folder 1962 contains:

"What Will It Take to Make America Beautiful", interview with Conrad L. Wirth, U. S. News and World Report, August 13, 1962

Division of Public Policy Analysis, Robert M. Coates, Chief

"Get the Facts and Put Them to Work" Comprehensive Natural History Research Program for the National Park, January 1962

Remarks - re Public Relations by Assistant Director Daniel B. Beard at Midwest Region Superintendents Conference, September 19, 1962

Press release - December 1, 1961, address of Assistant Secretary of the Interior John A. Carver, Jr., before American Foresters, D. C., November 30, 1961

Maryland Conservationist "Can We Over Develop Our Parks?" Paul Brooks, January-February 1962, Vol. XXXIX No. 1

"Interpretation of Park Values," Paul E. Schultz, Park Practice Guideline, March 1962

Report - Committee on Interpretive Standards, NPS, May 1, 1962

News release - Address of Daniel B. Beard on Interpretation at First World Conference, July 5, 1962

"Practical Experience Gained from Standards, Policies, and Planning Procedures in National Parks" Lon Garrison, July 5, 1962

"The Beautiful Heritage or Honky Tonk" reprint The Kiplinger Magazine Changing Times, November 1962

"Long Range Requirements on How the Historical Areas in the National Park System Should Be Run" February 1963

NPS Policy on Picnicking, Southeast Region Staff, February 20, 1063

"Leopold Committee Report Wildlife Management in the National Parks" reprint American Forests, Apr11 1963

NPS Administrative Manual Vol. IV Resource Planning, Part 253, July 19, 1963

Guide to Your National Forests, Parks, Monuments and Historic Sites, Phillips Petroleum Company, August 1963

Memo - Press Releases on Assignments of Superintendents, Charles K. Boatner, September 13, 1963

Paper - "Obsolete Assumptions in Recreation magazine" October 1963, Stewart Udall

"Stardust" Earl Jackson, Southwest Archeological Center, October 1963

Remarks - "Policies and Trends," Robert M. Coats, Conference of Challenges, Yosemite, October 14, 1963

Speech - Laurence Rockefeller re Future of National Park Service and Federal Outdoor Recreation, October 18, 1963

The National Park Service Long Range Plan Draft for NPS Conference of Challenges, Yosemite, October 13-18, 1963

Readers' Digest, reprint "Parks That Pay for themselves" Ruth and Edward Brecher, November 1963

"The Parks in Your Backyard," Conrad L. Wirth, National Geographic, reprint November 1963

"Review of National Park Service Policies" House Hearings, January 23-24, 1964

Statement of Management Principles, 1964

Statement of George B. Hartzog, Jr., Director, NPS, before House Subcommittee, January 23, 1964

News release - February 7, 1964, Address of Secretary Stewart L. Udall "The West and Its Public Lands: Aid or Obstacle to Progress?"

Memo to WASO re Correspondence with Congress and Executive Offices of President and Vice President, February 10, 1964

Memo and Statements Cooperation National Park Service and U. S. Forest Service, March 30, 1964

Interim Report on the Study Man and Nature in the National Park, F. Fraser Darling and Noel D. Eichhorn, April 1964

Remarks re Outdoor Recreation, Lemuel A. Garrison, Chamber of Commerce, Vernal, Utah, April 13, 1964

News release - May 3, 1964, Remarks of George B. Hartzog, Jr., NPS Director at Sierra Club, "The Challenge of National Park Management Today"

Young Citizen, vol. 23 No. 32, May 18, 1964, "Parks and Forests Invite Vacationers"

Remarks by Newton B. Drury, June 16, 1964, at Yosemite Centennial, "A New Idea - 100 Years Ago"

Memo - "Management of National Park System" July 10, 1964

"Avoiding Adverse Use in National Parks" Carl P. Russell, July 1964, Desert Research Institute

"A Digest of NPS Policies and Objectives" Carl P. Russell, July 1964, Desert Research Institute

"Preservation of National Parks from Injury or Spoliation," John Ise, Landscape Architecture, Vol. 54 No. 4, July 1964

"We Move Ahead" Remarks, Lemuel A. Garrison, Regional Director, Midwest Region Superintendents' Conference, October 5, 1964

"Employer-Employee Relationships" Remarks, Lemuel A. Garrison, October 20, 1964

Stewardship The Land the Landowner The Metropolis, Open Space Action Committee, New York City, c1965

"Philosophy of Resource Management and Visitor Protection" Louis W. Hallock, talk at Albright Training Center, March 17, 1965

"Look Homeward, America," Stewart L. Udall, Secretary of the Interior, reprint The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sunday, April 25, 1965

Memo - Formalized Program Guidance, Hartzog, May 17, 1965

Memo - Public Use Statistics, June 25, 1965

"The Ecology of Man and the Land Ethic" Stewart L. Udall, Secretary of the Interior, reprint National History Magazine, June-July 1965

"Our Expanding Horizon of Public Service," George B. Hartzog, Jr., speech National Park Conference, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, September 13, 1965, with unveiling and explanation of Parkscape emblem and plan

Report to UNESCO on Federal Protection and Conservation of Natural Resources in the United States, D.I., NPS, October 1, 1965

Department Manual - Attendance at Meetings and Acceptance of contributions, November 12, 1965

Department Manual - Organization NPS, 18 pages and chart, December 17, 1965

"A Heritage to Discover," George B. Hartzog, Jr., American Education, July-August 1966

"A Parks to People Revolution" 1966

The Change Seekers, Patrick H. Irwin and Frank W. Langhorn, Jr., enclosure WASO Staff Minutes, June 23, 1966

National Park Wilderness Planning Procedures, August 8, 1966

"History in the Fourth Dimension," Merrill J. Mattes, The Midwest Quarterly, 6:2 1966, page 191-201

"Highlights of National Parks System" Conservation Statement submitted by Anthony Wayne Smith to 13th Conservation Conference National Wildlife Federation, December 8-9, 1966

Marked copy - The National Park Story in Pictures, 1967, marked over 1961 copy

News release - January 7, 1967, Changes Announced in NPS Regulations

Memo - January 16, 1967, Changes in Responsibilities and Signing Authority

Special Informational Memo No. 1, "Employment Ceilings" January 13, 1967

"Conservation Is Not Enough," Robert H. Wauer, West Texas Publisher, February 1967

Superintendent's Last Monthly Narrative Report, FOLA, July 3, 1967

"Questions, Answers" In Service Use Only, NPS, USDI, D. C., October 1967

"Harold Ickes, Horace Albright, and the 100 Days: A Study in Conservation Administration" Donald C. Swain, Pacific Historical Review, 1965, Vol. 34:4

"Some Aspects of Nature Preservation in the United States" Stanley A. Cain, October 12, 1967

Memo- Statement of Management Philosophy, October 30, 1967

Proposed article - "These National Recreation Areas" S. Herbert Evison, November 7, 1967

Advisory Board Memo on In-Holdings, November 9, 1967

Book - Man and Nature in the National Parks: Reflections on Policy, F. Fraser Darling, Noel D. Eichhorn, The Conservation Foundation, Washington, D. C., c1967, a report

Container 11 - Policy and Philosophy - 1968-1970

Leaflet - This Year See the Parks in Leisure, 1968

Folder - NPS History contains several Articles:

"National Parks - Their Role in Outdoor Recreation" Stagner

"National Parks and Monuments in California" Pearl Chase, California Conservation Council Leaflet

"Over Use of the National Park Service" National Park Magazine, October 1967

"If you plan to Visit National Parks - What to Expect This Year" U. S. News and World Report, June 19, 1967

"America the (Formerly) Beautiful" James Nathan Miller, Readers' Digest reprint, February 1969

"The Flip Side of the Record," Bill Scott, Increasing Travel in Parks Creates Special Informational Needs, 1965

"Management of the National Park Systems"

"What Nixon Thinks About Park Problems" Park Maintenance, January 1969

Memo - Communication, February 12, 1968

Hartzog on Communication, February 15, 1968

"Parks - Problems, Progress, Opportunities" George B. Hartzog, reprint Wildlife Management Institute, March 11-13, 1968

Special Information Memo No. 14 - "Responsibilities of NPS to Visitors" March 14, 1968

Memo - "Trip Report on Falls of the Ohio Reconnaissance Study" March 26, 1968

Special Information Memo No. 17 - "Servicewide Career Development and Placement Plan" April 8, 1968

Special Information Memo No. 18 - "Administrative Policies for Recreation Areas" April 15, 1968

Special Information Memo No. 20 - "Flexibilities in Personnel Management" May 1, 1968

Park Road Standards, May 1968

"Will Success Spoil the National Parks?", 15 article series, Robert Cahn, Christian Science Monitor, May 1-August 7, 1968

Memo - Comments on Baker Committee Report Part II , System for Planning and Development Scheduling and Progress Reporting, June 7, 1968

Open letter from Stewart Udall, Jack and Jill, Vol. 30 No. 9, July 1968

Review of Systems and Organization NPS, July 1968

"Opening the Great Outdoors," Sam S. Holmes, American Education, Vol. 4 No. 7, July 1968

"National Park: Traffic Jams Turn Attention to Roads," Luther L. Carter, Science Vol. 161, 1968

Special Information Memo No. 28 - "Management" August 16, 1968

Excerpts - Administrative Policies for Natural Areas of the national Park System(Revise August 1968), "Master Plan Policy"

What Do Parks Mean to People and What Can They Mean to People in the Future?", Bill Everhart, October 10, 1968

"Reports of the Special Advisory Board on Wildlife Management for the Secretary of the Interior, 1963-68" Wildlife Management Institute, 1969

Letter Memo - Public Domain Land, Secretary Udall, January 9, 1969

Problems of National Park Service with correspondence, January 1969

Special Information Memo No. 36 - "Management" February 27, 1969

Mike Frome talk to Forest Supervisors with covering memo, March 14, 1969

Newsletter, Vol. 4 No. 6, March 20, 1969, "Management and Goals"

Report on Problems and Issues NPS, March 26, 1969

Advisory Board Papers, 60th Meeting, April 21-24, 1969, Washington D.C.

USDI News Release, April 16, 1969, "Hickel Broadens Public Role in Master plans for Parks"

"Over the Years with the NPS" George B. Hartzog, Jr., National Park Magazine, May 1969

Special Information Memo No. 39 - "Roles"

Speech "The New Conservation," Mr. Church, Congressional Record, Senate, May 27, 1969

"Saving American From Itself" Stewart L. Udall, Venture, June 1969

Memo to All "Looking Ahead", June 10, 1969

USDI News Release, June 22, 1969 "Secretary Hickel Announces Policy Guidelines to National Park System"

Special Information Memo No. 43 - "Management of the National Park System" June 23, 1969

Memo from Ronald F. Lee, "Comments on Looking Ahead" June 27. 1969

Newsletter, Vol. 4 No 13, June 26, 1969, "Secretary Hickel Outlines Views on NPS Management 11 Guidelines listed"

USDI News Release, July 12, 1969, Remarks of George B. Hartzog, "NPS Management"

"The Urban Recreation Complex: A Concept of Strategy" July 29, 1969, Donald W. Humphrey

Special Information Memo No. 49 "Management Objectives" August 12, 1969

Directors Staff Meeting No. 12, August 14, 1969, re Banning of Manuals

Preliminary draft - "Role of NPS in 1970's" Ronald F. Lee, October 14, 1969

Minutes of the Third Meeting of the Joint Committee of National Parks Canada and United States, Jasper National Park, October 14-17, 1969

Leaflet - National Park System, 1970

"People Management in Parks,. Ann M. Bowman, MCL Yearbook, 1969-1970

"Of National Parks & People," Evan B. Alderfer, reprint Business Review, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, May 1970

"Report of a Study Tour of National Parks and Allied Areas in Canada and the United States", P. H. C. Lucas, 1967, Wellington, 1970, Conserving New Zealand's Heritage

"A New Federalism Proposal for a New Park Concept" George B. Hartzog, Jr.

"Ethics in Park Management" Lemuel A. Garrison, c1970

"The National Parks in the 1970's" George B. Hartzog, Jr.

USDI News release, February 4, 1970, Remarks of Dr. Leslie L. Glasgow, Assistant Secretary for Fish, Wildlife, Parks and Marine Resources before Outdoor Writers Meeting re Hunting

Message of George B. Hartzog, Jr., Director, NPS, March, 1970, "Who Am I?"

Draft "Standards and Guidelines for Implementation of Historical Area Administrative Policies" R. M. Utley, May 22, 1970

Special Information Memo No. 60 "Roles, Regional Officer and Service Center" May 28, 1970

"Public Relations in the Wilderness" Lee Dalton, excerpt Scouting magazine, May-June 1970

"Our National Parks a Living Heritage," Parks and Recreation, vol. V No. 6, June 1970

"Let's Stop Mining in Our National Parks and Wilderness Areas" Russell D. Butcher, American Forests, vol. 76 No. 9, September 1970

USDI News Release - October 27, 1970, Remarks of Dr. Leslie L. Glasgow, Assistant Secretary for Fish, Wildlife, Parks at Economic Seminar, Economics of Leisure

Memo - Printed Policy and Program Statements, October 30, 1970

"The American Invention of National Parks" Roderick Nash, excerpt copy American Quarterly, Vol. 22 No. 3, Fall 1970

"Letter to All - Reviewing 1970 Year" George B. Hartzog, Jr., with Holiday Greetings

Employee Briefing Book, Your National Park Service, c1970

A New Park Concept, December 8, 1970

Folder - Hartzog; contains writings, policy

Container 12 - Policy and Philosophy - 1971-1980

Folder - Park Futures, National Park Foundation

"The National Park System...Where You Find A Quality Experience for A Quality Life" map with text, PNWR, 1971

"National Parks in the United States" Harthon L. Bill, 1971, for French Forestry Magazine

Freeman Tilden Memo - "The Part of the National Park Service in the Environmental Crisis" c1971

A New Park Concept, Cultural Parks, April 1971

"Criteria for National Cultural Parks" with covering memo from Advisory Board, April 21, 1971

Memo - June 17, 1971, "A Second Century of National Parks"

Summary of discussions on Field Operations held at Grand Canyon, July 2, 1971

USDI News Release - August 1, 1971, "Secretary Morton Directs Park Service to Increase Visitor Opportunities While Protecting the Environment"

News Release, August 19, 1971, The White House, General Background Legacy of Parks

Federal Register, reprint September 1, 1971, Open Space Land Legacy of Park Program, HUD

NPS Newsletter, Vol. 6 No. 18, September 16, 1971, "Message from the Visitor"

"The Essence of Ideas on Influence of Parks on World Culture"

"National Park Service Image" Lon Garrison, 1972

The National Park Service Management System, 1972

Folder - NPS History contains newspaper clippings

"Changing the National Parks to Cope with People and Cars," Interview with George B. Hartzog, Jr., U. S. News and World Report, January 21, 1972

"National Park System: 100 Years of Preserving America" George B. Hartzog, Jr., Service, February 1972, Cities Service Co.

"In the Search for Excellence" Glen O. Hendrix, February 1972, Field Directors Meeting, New Orleans

"Evaluating Interpretation and Interpretive Media" J. Alan Wagar, April 7, 1972

National Park and A Changing America, Dorothy Bradley, Conservation Foundation, April 13, 1972

Memo - Revised Activities Standards, March 2, 1972, VIP's, Design and Management of Recreation Activities, Natural Resources Studies and Management, Program Formulation

Public Use Capacity and Rationing for Federal Parks, Recreation Areas and Facilities, Rendel B. Alldredge, NPS, May 1972

USDI News Release, Office of the Secretary, June 30, 1972, "Morton Says National Parks are `Threatened as never before'"

"The Challenge That Faces Our National Parks" Condensed from Wildlife Readers' Digest, July 1972

Role and -unction Statements WASO, Regions, NCP, State and District Directors, July 26, 1972

Visitor Publics, Social Groups, and Interpretation in Outdoor Leisure Settings, Donald R. Fields, Jr., Alan Wager, August 22-27, r72

"National Parks at the Crossroads: Drawing the Line Where Protection Ends and Overuse Begins" Conservation Foundation Letter, September 1972, 9-72

"Golden Trout and Independence Square" Lon Garrison, October 31, 1972

"Social Groups as a Basis for Assessing Participation in Selected Water Activities" Donald R. Field, Joseph T. O'Leary, Journal of Leisure Research, 1972

"The National Park Service and the New Deal, 1933-1940" Donald C. Swain, Pacific Historical Review, 1973, 41:3

"Ron Walker - An interview" NPS Newsletter, Vol. 8 No 6, April 2, 1973

Transcript - Interview of Nathaniel P. Reed, Loretta Neumann, April 3, 1973

"Reed Remarks on Parks" NPS Newsletter, Vol. 8 No. 10, May 28, 1973

"Reed Remarks on Parks, Part 2" NPS Newsletter, Vol. 8 No. 11, June 11, 1972

"Talking with Whitaker" NPS Newsletter, Vol. 8 No. 14, July 23, 1973

"An Interview with Secretary Morton," NPS Newsletter, Vol. 8 No. 18, September 17, 1973

Memo - Proposed Stock Use Policy, Activity Standards and Recommendations, September 25, 1973

"The Social Contributions of Forest Lands" Remarks, Charles Gebler, Washington state Forestry Conference, Seattle, November 2, 1973

"Those All Important Standards" Devereaux Butcher, January 1974

Remarks of Russell Dickenson, before the E&AA, Tucson, February 15, 1974, re Walkers Year Accomplishments

"The National Park System in Washington State - A Perspective for 1974" Charles J. Gebler, March 28, 1974

"People, Parks, and Policy," Sierra Club Bulletin, No. 4, April 1974

"Adjusting to Nature in Our National Seashores" Robert Dolan, Bruce Haydon, The Environmental Journal, January 1974

"Lets Make a Difference" Design, Glen 0. Hendrix, September 6, 1974

Action, Datsun Issue No. 1, 1975 - "What's Happening to Our National Parks?"

Briefing Book House Oversight Hearing, March 7, 1975

Memo - NPS Policies, Priorities, Manpower Requirements, April 21, 1975

Memo - Results of Datsun Action Magazine Questionnaire, May 12, 1975

"Parks: The Living Link" Nash Castro, July 21, 1975, B. Y. Morrison Memorial Lecture

"A New Look at Our National Parks" American Forests, June 1976

"In and Around the National Parks: Alternatives to the Auto" Andrew D. Gilman, NPS Conservation Magazine, Vol. 50, No. 7, July 1976

Alumni Memo - Service Commentary for July, July 30, 1976

"America's National Parks Their Principles, Purposes, and Prospects" Joseph L. Sax, Natural History Special Supplement, October 1976

"Blueprint for Comfort: A National Park Railway," Alfred Runte, National Parks and Conservation Magazine, November 1976

"Politics, Natural Resources, and National Park Services" Carl E. Kannapel, April 18, 1977

"Our Space, Our Legacy," Michael Frome, Mainliner, July 1977

"National Parks: Success Is Causing A Crisis," U. S. News and World Report, June 13, 1977

"Advertising Strategy in Tourism and Recreation," Michael U. Etzel, and C. R. Povent, Utah Tourism and Recreation Review, vol. 6 No. 3, July 1977

Memo - Public Use of Oversnow Machines, December 20, 1977

Memo - Management Categories and Park Regulations, December 22, 1977

A Systems Approach to Interpretive Planning, David Traweek and John A. Veverka, Alberta (Canada) Provincial Parks

"Pacing Interpretive Services: A Concept for Interpretive Planner" John A. Veverka, Journal of Interpretation, April 1978

"Examination of Park Visitor Motives for Interpretive Program Topic References" John A. Veverka

"The Outrageous Bill Mauldon and His Revolution" Smithsonian, Vol. 8 No. 11, February 1978

Memo - Ted Thompson "Loveletter" June 19, 1978

"Criminals Prey on Campers as once Calm Parks are 'Urbanized'" News clipping, The Washington Post, July 25, 1978

"Park Barrel Politics Triumphs on Capitol Hill" Dick Kirschten, National Journal, Vol. 10, August 19, 1978

"The National Park as a Playground," C. W. Buchholtz, Journal of Sport History, Vol. 5, No. 3, Wloter 1978

NPS Management Policy on Land Acquisition, April 12, 1979

"Meeting the Needs of Tomorrow Today", NPCA interview with Phillip Barton, National Park and Conservation Magazine, May 1979

"Happy 63rd Birthday, NPS!" John Vosburgh, Courier, Vol. 2 No. 10, August 1979

Briefing Paper Prepared for Participants at NPS Colloquium, Yellowstone, Joseph L. Sax, August 1979

Book review - "Protecting the U. S. National Park System," Robert Cahn on Runte, National Parks: The American Experience, news clipping The Christian Science Monitor, Monday, February 11, 1980, p. B14

"The National Park System in the United States: An Overview With a Survey of Selected Government Documents and Archival Materials" John R. Jameson, Government Publications Review, Vol. 7, A copyright, 1980

Perspective "The State of the Park Service," Robert Cahn, Audubon, July 1980, Vol. 82 No. 4

Memo - Management Policies Revision, July 11, 1980

"There's Trouble in Our National Parks..." Randy Young, Parade, November 9, 1980

"Making A Case for the Preservationist" Ron Tipton, review of Mountains Without Handrails: Reflections on National Parks by Joseph L. Sax, The Living Wilderness, Vol. 44 No. 151, December 1980

"How Altruistic Was the Creation of Our Parks?" William C. Everhart, review of National Parks: The American Experience by Alfred L. Runte, The Living Wilderness, Vol. 44, No. 151, December 1980

Container 13 - Policy and Philosophy - 1981-

"The National Park Service and Maritime Preservation," F. Ross Holland, Jr., Sea History, winter 1980-81, No. 19

Review of Conrad L. Wirth Parks, Politics, and the People, Alfred Runte, National Parks: The American Experience, Robert Cahn, Sierra

Draft memo - Management of the National Park System, March 9, 1981

"Locking the Gates to U. S. Parks" Harold Gilliam, Earth Watch, San Francisco Chronicle, May 10, 1981, This World

Memo for Alumni - Quarterly Comment, January, February, March; May 4, 1981

"Rescuing America's Heritage" Meg Maguire, May 20, 1981

"Land Acquisition in National Parks - A Case Study" John F. Lambert, Environmental Comment, Urban Land Trust, June 1981

The National Park Service Today, USDI, June 1981

"Acres of National Park Service Diverse as the Nation" Jack Schreibanan, The News, Frederick, Maryland, June 8, 1981, p. A10

"The Parks Are in Trouble?" National Affairs, Newsweek, June 29, 1981

Memo to All re Management of the National Park System, July 7, 1981

Book reviews - Joseph L. Sax Mountains Without Handrails; Robert Nash, Thomas J. Schoenbaum, The New River Controversy, Dennis Probelle, Sierra, May/June 1981, Vol. 66 No. 3

Petition to Replace Watt from Sierra, Vol. 66 No. 3

"The National Park Idea Can we save it?" David Brower, The Museum of California, Vol. 5 No. 1, 1981

"Crisis in the National Parks," Ron Wolf, Rocky Mountain Magazine, Yol. 3 No. 6, November 1981

"Conservation, Cooperation, and Controversy: The Establishment of Shenandoah National Park, 1924-1936" Dennis E. Simmons, The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Vol. 89, No. 4, October 1981

"In Defense of Federal Parks Near Urban Areas" Jerome C. Tinianow, Natural Resources League, Yol. XIX No. 3, 1982

"National Park Service Takes New Direction for the '80's" Russell Dickenson, Park Maintenance, vol. 35, No. 1, January 1982

Statement of Russell E. Dickenson before Senate Appropriations Subcommittee Budget Hearings, March 11, 1982

"America's National Parks," Robert Utley, American History Illustrated, vol. XYII, No. 1, March 1982

"The Silent Scandal" The Frederick Post, p. As, May 28, 1982, editorial excerpt Wall Street Journal

"The Parks Rebellion," Chuck Williams, Not Man Apart, Vol. 12, No. 3, June 1982

"Mining and the National Park Systems" Eva Novak, Journal of Energy Law Policy, Yol. 2, No. 2, 1982

"The Real Threats to Our National Parks" Richard Pardo, American Forests, Vol. 88, No. 12, December 1982

"Visibility Protection Under the Clean Air Act: Preserving Scenic and Parkland Areas in the Southwest" Jerome Ostrov, Ecology Law Quarterly, vol. 10:392, 1982

"The Concessionaires of Yellowstone National Park: Genesis of a Policy, 1882-1892" Richard A. Bartlett, Pacific Northwest Quarterly, Vol. 74, January 1983

"View from the West," Tom Paine, American West, March/April 1983

"The National Park System: The People, the Parks, the Politics" Robert Cahn, Sierra, May/June 1983, vol. 68, No. 3

"How Can You Help Save Our National Parks" Michael Satchell, Parade Magazine, May 29, 1983

The National Parks, A Forum on the "Worthless Land Thesis" Journal of Forest History, July 1983

"Killing Rural America" editorial, The Frederick Post, A-6, Monday, July 18, 1983

"Battle Over the Wilderness" Newsweek, July 25, 1983

Memo - Personal Philosophy Interjected into National Park Service Interpretive Program, October 3, 1983

"National Rifle Association Fires Shot, Officials Fear Suit Will Open Parks to Hunting" The Sacramento Bee, Saturday, May 5, 1984

"Three Park Portraits" Adventure Road, Vol. 20, Issue 2, May/June 1984, Amoco

Toward A Premier National Park System, The Wilderness Society, National Parks and Conservation Association, Sierra Club, National Audubon Society, November 1984

Memo - Midwest Regional Director, Where the National Park Service Is Going, November 27, 1984

The National Park Service 1985, USDI, October 12, 1984

"Massimo Vignelli Redesigns the Publications of the American National Park Service" Vincent Gleason

"Pull Park Service From Interior Now" CAMP


July 18, 1985
Reformatted October 21, 1998