Francis P. Farquhar on accounting, mountaineering, and the national parks : oral history transcript / Francis Peloubet Farquhar ; tape recorded interview conducted by Willa K. Baum in February-March, 1958. Regional Cultural History Project, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1960 : and

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Farquhar, Francis Peloubet, 1887-1974. Francis P. Farquhar on accounting, mountaineering, and the national parks : oral history transcript / Francis Peloubet Farquhar ; tape recorded interview conducted by Willa K. Baum in February-March, 1958. Regional Cultural History Project, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1960 : and related material, 1958-1960.

Francis P. Farquhar on accounting, mountaineering, and the national parks : oral history transcript / Francis Peloubet Farquhar ; tape recorded interview conducted by Willa K. Baum in February-March, 1958. Regional Cultural History Project, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1960 : and related material, 1958-1960.

Notes on Mr. Farquhar's early life, family and travels; accountancy, including work for the Navy and National Park Service; development of professional standards; mountaineering interest and experiences; interest in fine printing and history. With photographs inserted. Accompanied by transcripts of interviews conducted by Mr. Farquhar with Edward De Witt Taylor, San Francisco printer, and Ansel F. Hall, Yosemite National Park Ranger.

Transcript : xv, 389 leaves ; 28 cm. + related material.Copies : 1 microfilm reel : negative (Rich. 814:1) and positive.

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