HUBBEL TRADING POST'S SUPERINTENDENTS (1967-1993)
Wescoat Wolfe 1969 
Wescoat Wolfe served Hubbell Trading Post as Superintendent from January 23, 1969, to February 9, 1969, less than a month. He came to Hubbell Trading Post to be the first historian at the site, and he served there under John Cook. Wolfe retired from the Rocky Mountain Regional Office as Chief of Interpretation.
Although Wolfe was superintendent for only a matter of weeks, he was at the historic site for quite a bit longer and it was at a crucial time, during the phasing out of Dorothy Hubbell's administration and the phasing in of the NPS administration. He worked in the trading post in civilian clothes in order to learn the basics of the trading post business. His presence in those early days contributed a great deal to the historic site's eventual success.
Last Updated: 28-Aug-2006