The reminiscences of Horace Marden Albright : oral history transcript of a tape-recorded interview conducted 1960 by William T. Ingersoll, for the Oral History Research Office, Columbia University, 1962.

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Albright, Horace M. (Horace Marden), 1890-1987. The reminiscences of Horace Marden Albright : oral history transcript of a tape-recorded interview conducted 1960 by William T. Ingersoll, for the Oral History Research Office, Columbia University, 1962.

The reminiscences of Horace Marden Albright : oral history transcript of a tape-recorded interview conducted 1960 by William T. Ingersoll, for the Oral History Research Office, Columbia University, 1962.

Comments on service with the Department of the Interior, 1913-1917; career with the National Park Service, 1917-1933, as assistant director, as superintendent of Yellowstone National Park and as director; Franklin K. Lane, Harold L. Ickes and other Secretaries of the Interior; Stephen T. Mather; presidents Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge and Herbert C. Hoover; friendship with the Rockefeller family; early days of the New Deal; association with the U.S. Potash Company; development of the potash industry in the U.S.; Save-the-Redwoods League; other conservation movements. Appended: Article from Fortune, March 1963: Businessmen Who Love the Land.

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