Oregon Caves
Cultural Landscape Report


1. U.S. Department of the Interior. Division of Publications and the Employee Development Division National Park Service. The National Parks: Shaping the System, 1991, 33.

2. "Sample Permit," CJ. Buck, Assistant Forester, to E.H. MacDaniels, Forest Supervisor, January 14, 1922, page 3, section 22, History Files, ORCA in the Oregon Caves Historic District nomination.

3. MacDaniels to Buck, April 9, 1923, op. cit. in Oregon Caves Chateau HABS No. OR-145,7.

4. MacDaniels to Buck, April 9, 1923, History Files, in Steve Mark. ORCA Habs Report #145.

5. "Floor Plan of Cottages - Oregon Caves Resort," by GA. Lium, [1926], three sheets, Concession Files, Oregon Caves National Monument in the National Register Nomination for the Proposed Historic District 1991, 33.

6. Draft Historic American Building Survey No. OR-145, 1.

7. CJ. Buck, Assistant District Forester, to J.H. Billingslea, Forest Supervisor, Siskiyou National Forest, October 2, 1929, Interpretation Division Files, Oregon Caves National Monument in HABS No. 145, 8.

8. The monument was erected by one of Davidson's neighbors from Williams, Oregon. "Personal History Report," [Bruce Muirhead], n.d., History Files, Oregon Caves National Monument in the nomination for the proposed Oregon Caves Historic District, 36.

9. "Report to the Chief, Western Division on Emergency Conservation Work, Camps No. I and II and Building Construction," August 1934, National Park Service Records, RG 79, Landscape Architects' Reports to the Chief Architect, Box 2, "Crater Lake 1935-38," National Archives and Records Center, San Bruno, CA.

10. Oral history interview with Francis G. Lange by Stephen R. Mark, February 1, 1991.

11. Telephone conversation with Stephen R. Mark, Crater Lake Park Historian, August 12, 1991.

12. "New Chalet, to be filled with drawing O.C. 8001," by Cecil Doty, September 13, 1941, one sheet, MaintenanceFiles, Oregon Caves National Monument in the nomination for the proposed Oregon Caves Historic District, 38.

13. "...the term 'rustic architecture' must apply to all increments of development, including the built structures, furnishings, interior and exterior, and landscaping features as each was an integral part of the whole." Throop, 1979:54

14. Peck, Arthur L. "Summary", pamphlet, January 1938, on file at the Oregon State University Archives, Corvallis.

15. Throop, 1979:51.

16. Lange interview, 1991.

17. Oregon Caves National Monument, Master Plan 1975, 24.

18. Lange interview, 1991.

19. Draft ORCA Historic District nomination, 11.

20. Telephone conversation with Crater Lake park historian Stephen Mark, 8/21/91.

21. Throop, 1979:54.

22. Ibid, 55.

23. Lange interview, 1991.

24. Ibid.

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