By: Linda Flint McClelland
591 pages, B/w photos
McClelland's story of these early years, illustrated with 118 rare archival photographs, is one of remarkable feats of engineering and consistently responsible stewardship. Concluding with a description of North America's national park development since the 1940s, this book records the lasting contributions of the National Park Service's designers and engineers.
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