Records of the National Park Service Records of the Branch of Recreation, Land Planning, and State Cooperation.


United States. National Park Service. Records of the National Park Service Records of the Branch of Recreation, Land Planning, and State Cooperation.

Records of the National Park Service Records of the Branch of Recreation, Land Planning, and State Cooperation.

The records include a State park file, 1933-47; procedural issuances concerning CCC and Civil Works Administration (CWA) work, 1933-34; reports of district officers and inspectors on State park emergency conservation work, 1933-35, and State park ECW work, 1935-36; project reports on CCC projects in State and local parks, 1933-37; narrative reports of ECW projects in National Park Service areas, 1933-35; records concerning WPA projects, 1935-43; and records concerning water, 1936-49. There are also records on recreational demonstration areas, including program files, 1934-36; project records of the Project Planning and Control Section, Land Utilization Division, Resettlement Administration, 1935-36; managers' narrative and statistical reports, 1941-42; and land transfer records, 1943-50. Records concerning the Recreation Area Study include classified files, 1936-47, monthly reports, 1936-41, competitive recreational development records, 1935-40, and reports on recreational developments under the supervision of the Department of Agriculture, 1940. Records of the Development Division consist of notices of Presidential authorization for ERA projects, 1938-42, memorandums sent to field officers, 1936-42, and records relating to Civilian Public Service Camps, 1941-48. Records of the Project Application Section include general records, 1935-43; inspection reports, 1934-39; and memorandums, correspondence, and other records concerning CCC camps, 1935-44. Records of the Work Control Section include Federal, 1934-43, and State and local project reports, 1937-44; records of the Progress Records and Cost Analyses Section consist of project progress and cost records, 1934-42, statistical compilation records, 1935-41, and ECW work progress and cost reports, 1933-37; and records of the supervisor of project training consist of general records, 1935-42, and correspondence and memorandums, 1935-42.

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