The reminiscences of Horace M. Albright [microform]. 1962.


Albright, Horace M. (Horace Marden), 1890-1987. The reminiscences of Horace M. Albright [microform].

The reminiscences of Horace M. Albright [microform]. 1962.

Conservationist. Topics include: Dept. of the Interior, 1913; National Park Service, 1916-33; Yellowstone, 1919-33; conservation problems; maintenance of park facilities, establishment of new parks, acquisition of lands; historical areas and national monuments; organization of Civilian Conservation Corps; Capital Parks and Planning Commission; borax mining and potash producing, US Potash Company; chemical code under National Recovery Administration; labor problems; international cartel and price war; impressions of Franklin K. Lane, Woodrow Wilson, Albert B. Fall, Warren G. Harding, Owen Brewster, Gifford Pinchot, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Hiram Johnson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harold Ickes.

858, 5 leaves.

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