The State Park Movement in America: A Crictical Review

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Selected Bibliography

Manuscript Collections

National Conference on State Parks Board of Directors Papers. Series 3, box 1, National Recreation and Park Association Library, Ashburn, Va.

National Conference on State Parks Minutes of Policy Making Bodies. Series 1 and 2, box 1, National Recreation and Park Association Library, Ashburn, Va.

Truncer, James. Collection (unprocessed). National Recreation and Park Association Library, Ashburn, Va.

U.S. Department of the Interior Library, Washington, D.C.


References

Albright, Horace M. “Stephen Tyng Mather.” In Park and Recreation Progress: 25th Anniversary Yearbook. Washington: National Conference on State Parks, 1946.

Borke, Judith Joy. “Wisconsin’s State Park System, 1878–1994: An Oral History.” Master’s thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1995.

Clawson, Marion. “The Crisis in Outdoor Recreation.” Parts 1 and 2. American Forests 65, no. 3 (March 1959): 22–31, 40–42; no. 4 (April 1959): 28–35, 6162.

———. Land and Water for Recreation: Opportunities, Problems, and Policies. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1963.

-.New Deal Planning: The National Resources Planning Board. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1981.

Conard, Rebecca. “The National Conference on State Parks: The Early Years.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of State Park Directors, Asheville, N.C., December 6, 1996. Reproduced.

———. “The National Conference on State Parks: Reflections on Organizational Genealogy.” George Wright FORUM 14, no. 4 (1997): 28–41.

-.Places of Quiet Beauty. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1997.

Cordell, H. Ken, principal investigator. Outdoor Recreation in American Life: A National Assessment of Demand and Supply Trends. Champaign, Ill.: Sagamore Publishing, 1999.

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