Table of Contents
I. In the Beginning: 1872 - 1916
II. The Landscape Influence: 1916 - 1918
III. The Formative Decade: 1918 - 1927
IV. Maturity Achived: 1927 - 1932
V. Roosevelt's Emergancy Programs: 1933 - 1935
VI. The Decline: 1935 - 1942
E. A. Davidson: Mount Rainier, Glacier, and the Alaska areas.
Merel Sager: Crater Lake, Lassen Volcanic, General Grant. and Sequoia. (When Thomas Carpenter was assigned Sequoia and General Grant, Sager took charge of work in Hawaii. )
John Wosky: Yosemite and nearby smaller areas.
Charles Peterson: Southwestern parks and monuments. (Peterson transferred east in 1931 and was replaced in the Southwestern areas by Charles Richey. )
Harry Langley: Utah areas and Grand Canyon.
Kenneth McCarter: Yellowstone, Grand Teton, and Craters of the Moon.
Howard Baker: Rocky Mountain, and smaller areas in Wyoming, Nebraska and South Dakota.
William C. Tweed, Historian
Laura E. Soulliere, Architectural Historian
Henry G. Law, Architect
National Park Service
Western Regional Office
Division of Culutral Resource Management