James M. Ridenour papers, 1988-1993, (bulk 1989-1992)


Ridenour, James M. James M. Ridenour papers, 1988-1993, (bulk 1989-1992)

James M. Ridenour papers, 1988-1993, (bulk 1989-1992)

The James M. Ridenour papers consists of his correspondence file while Director of the National Park Service, 1989-1993. They include letters from National Park Service administrators and staff as well as with other government administrators especially from the Department of the Interior. The letters pertain to the management of the national parks, natural monuments and historic sites under the care of the National Park Service as well as the conservation of natural resources and historic sites throughout the nation.

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