National Park Service Interviews : transcripts, 1962 Sept. - Dec.


United States. National Park Service. National Park Service Interviews : transcripts, 1962 Sept. - Dec.

National Park Service Interviews : transcripts, 1962 Sept. - Dec.

Interviews of officials, active and retired, associated primarily with the Western Regional Office and with western national parks (Yellowstone, Yosemite, Sequoia, Kings Canyon, Death Valley, etc.). Conductd by Herbert Evison. Interviewees include Thomas J. Allen, Harold C. Bryant, Blanton Clement, John D. Coffman, John M. Davis, Eward D. Freeland, Lemuel A. Garrison, Theodore R. Goodwin, Aubrey F. Houston, Gravnille B. Liles, Herbert Maier, George L. Mauger, Lawrence C. Merriam, Keith Neilson, Hilmer Oehlman, Carl P. Russell, John A. Rutter, Max Walliser, Volney J. Westley, John B. Wosky. Included also is an interview with Herman H. Hoss of the Western Conference of National Park Concessioners.

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