Papers, 1943-1950.


Drury, Newton Bishop, b. 1889. Papers, 1943-1950.

Papers, 1943-1950.

The collection consists of photocopies of Drury's Park Service files relating to attempts to abolish Jackson Hole National Monument, Wyoming, and incorporate it into Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Files contain correspondence including some with Arthur E. Demaray and other Park Service officials, reports, articles, maps, and press releases.

.45 cubic ft. (1 box)

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