Carl Parcher Russell papers, [ca. 1929-1965].

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Russell, Carl Parcher, 1894-1967. Carl Parcher Russell papers, [ca. 1929-1965].

Carl Parcher Russell papers, [ca. 1929-1965].

A few letters addressed to him, many as National Park Service official; his Ms., One Hundred Years in Yosemite (1929); notes for, drafts of, and typed copies of his speeches and articles on national parks (particularly Yosemite), the Service's interpretive history program and on automobile touring; minutes of NPS staff meetings Region IV and national Director's office, 1959-65.

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