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Park Practice Program


Park Practice Program
The National Conference on State Parks
in cooperation with
The National Park Service

The Park Practice Program was a cooperative effort between The National Conference on State Parks, the American Institute of Park Executives, and the National Park Service. Its aim was "to provide a means of exchanging views and concepts, structural and other technical designs, and operational information in concise and lucid form for the benefit of park and recreation people everywhere."

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The Park Practice Program produced a number of publications in its Library:

DESIGN was produced quarterly and contained drawings and photographs of park structures and facilities.

GUIDELINE covered a variety of subjects such as administration, concessions, development, interpretation, maintenance, policy and planning, and protection.

GRIST was an illustrated bi-monthly information publication aimed primarily at the field operating level and offered proven labor and money-saving devices, tricks-of-the-trade, and other appropriate information.

PLOWBACK was a section of Grist which contained award-winning suggestions from employees of the National Park Service.

TRENDS (in Parks & Recreation) was produced quarterly and contained topics of general interest in park and recreation management and programming.

Periodically Supplements to Guideline and Grist appeared for several years which featured highlights of park and recreation products and equipment.

Background information regarding the National Conference on State Parks can be obtained by reading "The National Conference on State Parks: Reflections on Organizational Genealogy" by Rebecca Conard (The George Wright Forum, Vol. 14 No. 4, 1997).

Selected papers from annual meetings from the 1920s was published in A State Park Anthology (1930), which was edited by Herbert Evison. A reference book on state parks was published by the National Conference on State Parks, Inc. in 1928 titled: State Recreation: Parks, Forests and Game Preserves (1928), by Beatrice Ward Nelson.

The following is just a selection of the hundreds of issues of these publications which were produced by the Parks Practice Program.



Apologia - original - date unknown
Apologia - revised - 1967?
Subscriber Letter - May 1967
Subscription Form - Summer 1974
Suggestion Form - Summer 1975


INDICES
Index, Subjects Relating to Interpretation in the Library of the Park Practice Program — 1957-1966
1st Ten Year Index — 1957-1966
Five-Year Index — 1969-1973
Park Practice Index 1976
Park Practice Index 1978
Park Practice Program (Design - Grist - Trends) Index 1979
Five-Year Index — 1977-1981


DESIGN

(Some issues of Design were re-issued with different index numbers and/or modified descriptors — where available, these variations are flagged as "alternate" editions)

Prologue

Index - January 1961
Index - 1972

Instructions - July 1963
Instructions - January 1964
Instructions - June 1964
Instructions - January 1965
Instructions - December 1965
Instructions - February 1966
Instructions - June 1972
Instructions - December 1972
Instructions - December 1973
Instructions - May 1974
Instructions - July 1974

October/November/December 1974
October/November/December 1974

January/February/March 1975
April/May/June 1975
July/August/September 1975

Spring 1978

Summer 1979
Winter 1979

Fall 1980

Spring 1981

Summer 1981

Fall 1981

Summer 1982
Fall 1982

Spring 1983
Summer 1983
Fall 1983

Winter 1984
Spring 1984
Summer 1984
Fall 1984

Winter 1985
Spring 1985
Summer 1985
Fall 1985

Winter 1986
Spring 1986
Summer 1986
Fall 1986

Winter 1987
Spring 1987
Summer 1987
Fall 1987

Winter 1988
Spring 1988
Summer 1988
Fall 1988

Winter 1989
Spring 1989
Summer 1989
Fall 1989

Summer 1992
Fall 1992

Winter 1993
Spring 1993
Summer 1993
Fall 1993

Winter 1994
Spring 1994
Summer 1994
Fall 1994

Winter 1995
Spring 1995
Summer 1995
Fall 1995

Winter 1996
Spring 1996
Summer 1996
Fall 1996

Winter 1997
Spring 1997
Fall 1997

Winter 1998
Spring 1998
Summer 1998

Fall 1999 (final issue)

ADMINISTRATION (all Designs)
INDEXDATEPLATECONTROLPLAN NAMECONTRIBUTED BY
A-1050October 1974999 BS-13950AThe Handicapped AccommodatedNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
A-1075October 1978
N-1594-RPlan for an Urban ParkNorthern Virginia Regional Park Authority
A-1099June 1972821 LF-1304-A(1)Multiple Court & Sports AreasDept. of the Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
A-1100June 1972822 LF-1304-A(2)Multiple Court AreasDept. of the Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
A-1100January 1965409 HN-0602-A40 acre Park SiteCalifornia, City of Garden Grove
A-1101May 1965460 BN-1012-ADevelopment PlanNational Parks of Japan
A-1101June 1972823 LF-1304-A(3)Multiple Sports AreasDept. of the Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
A-1102December 1965465 BF-0897-APark PlanU.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service
A-1103December 1965466 BF-0898-APark PlanU.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service
A-1103/A-1104January 1979
N-1582-APlayground for Special ChildrenEDAW, Inc., Arvada, Colorado
A-1104December 1965467 BF-0899-APark PlanU.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service
A-1105December 1965468 BF-0901-APark PlanU.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service
A-1105/A-1106Spring 1980
N-1444-RTennis ConcessionCity of Richardson, Texas
A-1106January 1965409 HN-0602-A40 acre Park SiteCalifornia, City of Garden Grove
A-1195/A-1196/
A-1197/A-1198/
A-1199/A-1200
October 1980
S-1573-AContact for Dock AreaDenver Serv. Center, NPS - USDI
A-1200November 1959137 HC-0262-AEntrance StationCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources, Div. of Beaches & Parks
A-1201November 1959138 A&GC-0263-AEntrance Station & OfficeCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources, Div. of Beaches & Parks
A-1202July 1963318 BC-0790-ACamp Control Checking StationOhio, East Harbo
A-1203January 1965411 HS-06780AContact and Comfort StationNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1204December 1971797 HC-1253-BEntrance BuildingMichigan, Straits State Park
A-1205May 1965459 BN-1011-AContact StationNational Parks of Japan
A-1206July 1966511 HC-1031-ACampground OfficeFlorida, Pinellas County, Fort DeSoto Park
A-1207June 1967575 HS-0785-AAdmission BoothNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1208January 1968614 HC-1114-AEntrance Control StationMaine, State Park and Recreation Commission
A-1209January 1968625 HC-1146-AEntrance BuildingMichigan, Porcupine Mountain State Park
A-1210November 1959137 HC-0262-AEntrance StationCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources, Div. of Beaches & Parks
A-1211November 1961233 HC-0536-AElectric Traffic CounterMichigan, Dept. of Conservation, Parks & Recreation Division
A-1212September 1969661 HC-1205-AControl BuildingMassachusetts, Dept. of Nat. Resources
A-1213/A-1214/
A-1215/A-1216
January 19751001 BF-1397-A(1)Control StationLake Shelbyville, U.S. Army Engineer District, St. Louis
A-1217/A-1218October 19751022 BS-1461-AKioskNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
A-1223/A-1224/
A-1225/A-1226
October 1977
C-1400-RCanopied KioskNational Capital Region, NPS- USDI
A-1227/A-1228/
A-1229/A-1230
April 1978
S-1545-ATriangular Entrance StationDenver Service Center, NPS, USDI
A-1231/A-1232/
A-1233/A-1234
January 1977
S-1580-ASolar-Paneled Contact StationAmistad RA, NPS - USDI
A-1235/A-1236January 1979
C-1486-AContact StationNevada State Park System
A-1237/A-1238/
A-1239/A-1240
Spring 1979
C-1591-RInformation KioskPennsylvania Bu. of State Parks
A-1241/A-1242Spring 1979
S-1574-AContact StationTheodore Roosevelt N Mem P, NPS, USDI
A-1243/A-1244/
A-1245/A-1246
October 1979
S-1540-AKiosk/Contact StationDenver Service Center, NPS, USDI
A-1247/A-1248/
A-1249/A-1250
January 1980
S-1550-AVisitor Contact StationDick Kusek, NPS - USDI
A-1250January 195710C-0135-APark SignsMaine, State Park Commission, Plan BM 128, Sheet 5 of 11
A-1251/A-1252/
A-1253/A-1254
Spring 1980
S-1569-AVisitor Contact StationDick Kusek, DSC - NPS - USDI
A-1251May 195860 (rev.)C-0076-ATypical SignsMassachusetts, Department of Conservation
A-1252May 195997 CC-0312-AEntrance SignIndiana, Conservation Department
A-1253May 1965451 HC-1000-AEntrance SignHawaii, City & County of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks & Recreation
A-1254January 195710 IC-0135-APark SignsMaine, State Park Commission
A-1255December 1971815 LC-1318-AEntrance SignsGeorgia, Department of State Parks
A-1256December 1971814 FC-1317-AEntrance SignGeorgia, Department of State Parks
A-1257July 1973895 BF-1381-A1Information SignsU.S. Army Engineers, Lake Shelbyville
A-1258July 1973896 BF-1381-A2Information SignsU.S. Army Engineers, Lake Shelbyville
A-1259July 1973897 BS-1381-A3Information SignsNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1260July 1973989 GCS-08710ADeep Snow Stop SignNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1261/A-1262/
A-1263/A-1264
October 1979
F-1472-AInformational Sign with TelephoneClarence Cannon Reservoir
A-1273December 1973925 BF-1382-A(1)Entrance SignU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
A-1274December 1973926 BF-1382-A(2)Entrance SignU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
A-1275July 1963320 AS-0792-ASign, DirectionalNational Park Service
A-1276June 1967596 SF-1120-ASign for Posting RegulationsU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
A-1277August 1970691 HC-1240-AEntrance SignNew Jersey, Bu. of Forestry, Pks. & Hist. Sites
A-1278August 1970692 HS-1238-AAdministrative SignNational Park Service, National Capital Parks
A-1279August 1970693 HC-1241-AEntrance SignMichigan, Dept. of Conservation
A-1280August 1970694 HN-1015-AEntrance SignManitoba, Dept. Mines & Nat. Resources
A-1281/A-1282July 1982
N-1603-AEntrance Sign with FlagpolesDavid O. White, Florida
A-1300May 1960169 HC-0386-APark OfficeCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Beaches & Parks
A-1301November 1961230 HC-0402-AAdministration-Residence BuildingGame, Forestation & Parks Comm., Nebraska
A-1301December 1970B 728S-0487-ARanger StationNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1302July 1966512 HC-1032-AAdministration BuildingFlorida, Pinellas County, Fort DeSoto Park
A-1303February 1967563 BS-1081-AAdministration BuildingNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1304May 1960169 HC-0386-APark OfficeCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Beaches & Parks
A-1305/A-1306October 1982
S-1588-AAdministration BuildingDenver Serv. Center, NPS - USDI
A-1350March 1963297 BN-0632-APark Practice Library CabinetLewis P. Griffith, Olympic Valley, California
A-1351November 1963328 HC-0401-AAcoustical BoothOhio, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks
A-1352June 1967579 BS-0880-AMail RackNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1353January 1968628 BS-1151-AWall RackNational Park Service, Southeast Region
A-1354March 1963297 BN-0632-APark Practice Library CabinetLewis P. Griffith, Olympic Valley, California
A-1355/A-1356October 1977
N-1477-AMimeograph Stencil FileCosta Rica National Parks
A-1357/A-1358/
A-1359/A-1360
Summer 1980
S-1616-AReference SystemRocky Mountain NP, USDI - NPS
A-1363/A-1364October 1981
S-1440-ACollection BoxJames Goodwin, USDI - NPS
A-1601November 1966562 BS-1080-AStaff Quarters Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1602February 1967561 BS-1079-AStaff Quarters Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1650November 1958W 82C-0187-ARanger ResidenceFlorida, Florida Park Service
A-1651November 195882 WC-0187-ARanger ResidenceFlorida, Florida Park Service
A-1652September 1969662 BS-0483-AThree Bedroom House PG-3012National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1740November 1959129 A&GC-0226-ALumber ShedIndiana, Conservation Department, Div. of Engineering
A-1741November 1959129 A&GC-0226-ALumber ShedIndiana, Conservation Department, Division of Engineering
A-1742September 1969663 BN-0572-AMaintenance & Storage AreaBoy Scouts of America
A-1743/A-1744July 19761036 BN-0814-AStorage BuildingBoy Scouts of America
A-1745/A-1746October 1980
S-1577-AVehicle Repair/Maintenance BuildingDenver Serv. Center, NPS - USDI
A-1780January 1960159 BC-0393-OCamper Registration BoardWisconsin, Conservation Department
A-1781June 1964369 HN-0590-AMaintenance ShopNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
A-1782January 1968602 HN-0341-AUmbrella ShedWashington, D.C., Timber Engineering Co.
A-1783January 1960159 BC-0393-OCamper Registration BoardWisconsin, Conservation Department
A-1784December 1968630 HC-0708-ALot Marker & Car StopOhio, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Parks
A-1785September 1971755 HF-1287-R(1)Firewood CacheForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
A-1786September 1971756 HF-1287-R(2)Rack for FirewoodForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
A-1797/A-1798January 1980
S-1605-AFour-sided Bulletin BoardEverglades NP, NPS - USDI
A-1799/A-1800April 1978
C-1562-AExterior Bulletin BoardWashington County, Dept. of Parks, PA
A-1800December 1962284 BF-0685-ARegistration DeskBureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior
A-1801December 1970742 BN-1095-ABulletin BoardJos. B.C. White, West. Penn. Conservancy
A-1802February 1966477 HC-0286-ACampsite RegisterCanada, Province of British Columbia, Dept. of Rec. & Conserv.
A-1803November 1966533 HC-1066-ABulletin BoardColorado, Game, Fish & Parks Dept.
A-1804January 1968626 BS-1152-ASelf-Registration Map BoardNational Park Service, Blue Ridge Parkway
A-1805December 1962284 BF-0685-ARegistration DeskBureau of Land Management, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
A-1806December 1968631 HC-0917-ABulletin BoardNorth Dakota, Highway Department
A-1900July 1962262 HN-0592-OCamp ChapelBoy Scouts of America
A-1901July 1962261 CN-0554-ROutdoor ChapelBoy Scouts of America
A-1902July 1962260 CN-0553-AOutdoor ChapelBoy Scouts of America
A-1903July 1962262 HN-0592-ACamp ChapelBoy Scouts of America
A-1904September 1969664 BN-0815-BCamp ChapelBoys Scouts of America
A-1905/A-1906Summer 1983
F-1644-AKioskGeorge Stephen, Regional Architect, NPS, NARO
A-1909/A-1910/
A-1911/A-1912/
A-1913/A-1914/
A-1915/A-1916
Winter 1984
N-1657-AHeadquarter's AdditionDarrell Winslow, NVRPA
A-1941/A-1942/
A-1943/A-1944
Summer 1987
N-1712-ARanger StationU.S. Army Corps of Eng.
BASIC FACILITIES (all Designs)
INDEXDATEPLATECONTROLPLAN NAMECONTRIBUTED BY
B-3000November 1963335 BS-0827-BRoads, Typical SectionsNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3001November 1963336 BS-0828-BRoads. Typical SectionsNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3002November 1963337 BS-0829-BRoads, Typical SectionsNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3003November 1963338 BS-0830-BRoads, Typical SectionsNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3004November 1963335 BS-0827-BRoads, Typical SectionsNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3005July 1973899 HF-1269-BRecreation Road Design CriteriaForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
B-3006July 1973900 HF-1270-BRecreation Road CurvesForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
B-3020July 1966504 HC-0958-BMinimum Parking StandardsCalifornia, Riverside City Plng. Commis.
B-3021July 1966504 HC-0958-BMinimum Parking StandardsCalifornia, Riverside City Plng. Commis.
B-3022December 1968632 BC-0456-BBeach ParkingOhio, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Parks
B-3023July 1973901 HF-1276-BCampground Parking SpursForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
B-3024July 1973902 HF-1277-BCampground Parking SpursForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
B-3025July 1973903 HF-1275-BCampground ParkingForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
B-3026July 1973904 HF-1274-BCampground ParkingForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
B-3040January 1964345 HS-0329-BBridge, Foot or VehicularNational Park Service, Great Smoky Mountains Nat. Park
B-3080March 1963310 BS-0731-BStilling Basin Impact TypeNational Park Service, National Capital Region
B-3081March 1963310 BS-0731-BStilling Basin Impact TypeNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3082December 1962286 HS-0639-BStandard ManholeNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3085December 1962286 HS-0639-BStandard ManholeNational Park Service, National Capital Region
B-3097October 1980
F-1617-BStep-Grade Trail StepsDennis P. Fehler, Forest Service, USDA
B-3100November 1963339 BS-0831-BTrail ConstructionNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3101November 1963340 BS-0832-BTrail ConstructionNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3102November 1963341 BS-0833-BTrail ConstructionNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3103November 1963342 BS-0834-BTrail ConstructionNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3104November 1963343 BS-0835-BTrail ConstructionNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3105November 1963339 BS-0831-BTrail ConstructionNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3106December 1968633 HC-0959-BTypical Trail SectionNevada, State Park System
B-3107December 1973927 GCC-0837-B(1)Walks, Trails, Steps & Retaining WallsWisconsin, Conservation Department
B-3108December 1973928 GCN-0837-B(2)Walks, Trails, Steps & Retaining WallsWisconsin, Conservation Department
B-3109December 1973929 GCN-0837-B(3)Walks, Trails, Steps & Retaining WallsWisconsin, Conservation Department
B-3110December 1973930 GCN-0837-B(4)Walks, Trails, Steps & Retaining WallsWisconsin, Conservation Department
B-3111December 1973931 GCN-0837-B(5)Walks, Trails, Steps & Retaining WallsWisconsin, Conservation Department
B-3112December 1973932 GCN-0837-B(6)Walks, Trails, Steps & Retaining WallsWisconsin, Conservation Department
B-3113/B-3114/
B-3115/B-3116/
B-3117/B-3118/
B-3119/B-3120
October 19751023 BS-1458-BTrail ConstructionGuy E. Arthur, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
B-3121/B-3122Spring 1979
C-1592-BTrail StepsPennsylvania, Bu. of State Parks
B-3125May 195859 (rev.)C-0070-BSuspension Foot BridgeMinnesota, Department of Conservation, Plan No. S.P.-2057 (alt)
B-3126November 1959124 BS-0385-BFoot BridgeNational Park Service, National Capital Parks, Prince William Forest Park IBL (alt)
B-3127January 1960157 BS-0381-BFoot BridgeNational Park Servie, National Capital Parks (alt)
B-3128December 1960190 BN-0397-BFoot BridgeBernheim Forest, Ky., Frank Bunce (alt)
B-3129March 1962240 BS-0360-BFoot BridgeNational Park Service, Vicksburg Nat. Mil. Park
B-3130June 1964387 HF-0788-BFootbridgeForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
B-3131January 1965424 HC-0974-BFoot BridgesMaryland National Capital Park and Planning Comm. (alt)
B-3132May 1965443 HN-0980-BConcrete BridgeAkron, Ohio Metro. Park District, Firestone Park (alt)
B-3133July 1966505 HC-0960-BFootbridgeOregon, State Parks and Rec. Div. (alt)
B-3134June 1967588 HC-1099-BFootbridgeColumbus Metropolitan Park District, Ohio (alt)
B-3135January 1964345 HS-0329-BBridge, Foot or VehicularNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
B-3136December 1968634 HF-1184-BFord BridgeWally McCray, Stanislaus National Forest, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (alt)
B-3137December 1970730 HS-0605-BTrail BridgeNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3138December 1970748 BC-1215-BFoot BridgeJack Hewitt, Md. Nat. Cap. Pk. Pln. Com.
B-3139June 1972824 LF-1290-BFootbridgeForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3140June 1972825 LF-1292-BFootbridgeForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3141June 1972826 LF-1293-BDouble FootlogForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3142June 1972827 LF-1294-BSingle FootlogForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3143/B-3144January 19751002 BC-1421-B(1)Covered BridgeEd Rizzotto, Conn., D.E.P., Region II
B-3145/B-3146January 19761027 BC-1479-BPre-Fab FootbridgeCalifornia, Dept. of Pks. & Rec.
B-3147/B-3148January 19761026 BS-1465-BBridge for BikersNPS-NCP, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
B-3153/B-3154/
B-3155/B-3156
July 1978
C-1523-BPinch Brook BridgeBorough of Florham Park, NJ
B-3175January 1960143 A&GC-0274-BStairs & Pipe RailOregon, State Highway Commission, State Parks Department (alt)
B-3176January 1968606 HC-0907-BSteps and RailWisconsin, Highway Commission (alt)
B-3279/B-3280/
B-3281/B-3282
October 1982
C-1484-BComfort StationNevada State Park System
B-3283/B-3284October 1982
N-1445-BRestroom with Treatment SystemRichard, Texas, Pks. & Rec. Dept.
B-3285/B-3286October 1980
S-1500-BRestroom and Waiting ShelterBob A. Lopenske, DSC - NPS - USDI
B-3287/B-3288January 1980
C-1443-BUnisex RestroomWm. Penn Mott, Jr., California SPs
B-3289/B-3290/
B-3291/B-3292
October 1978
N-1595-BComfort StationNorthern Virginia Regional Park Authority
B-3293/B-3294January 19761028 BS-1466-BElliptical RestroomNPS-NCP, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
B-3295/B-3296January 19761029 BS-1468-BSpecial Feature RestroomNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
B-3297/B-3298October 19751024 BN-1457-BEnergy Conserving RestroomColorado, James K. Fletemeyer
B-3299/B-3300October 19751025 BN-1459-BConcrete RestroomWashington, Peter Dieckerhoff
B-3300December 195734C-0031-BComfort StationWashington, Parks and Recreation Commission, Plan No. G-1-54
B-3301December 195735C-0036-BVault Latrine, Type BOhio, Department of Natural Resources
B-3301December 1970743 GC-1145-BToiletMichigan, Porcupine Mtn., S.P. (alt)
B-3302December 195736C-0051-BDouble Vault ToiletIowa, Conservation Commission
B-3302December 1970751 HC-1233-RTemporary Dressing RoomsCalifornia, Dept. of Pks. & Rec. (alt)
B-3303April 195850C-0093-bVault Latrine, Type EOhio, Dept. of Natural Resources (alt)
B-3304February 1959H 93C-0228-BPit Latrine and EnclosureIndiana, Conservation Department, Plan No. 49-36 (alt)
B-3305February 1959H 96C-0197-BComfort StationWashington, State Parks and Recreation Commission (alt) (alt)
B-3306May 1959100 BC-0315-BCampground ToiletCentral New York, State Parks Commission, Plan No. 4306-1-1
B-3306December 1970753 HC-1254-BToiletMichigan, Straits State Park (alt)
B-3307May 1959101 CC-0268-BPit ToiletOregon, State Highway Commission, State Parks Department, Plan No. P 25 (alt)
B-3308January 1960151 A&GS-0331-BToilet, Pit TypeNational Park Service, Crater Lake NP (alt)
B-3309December 1971793 HC-1182-BComfort StationFt. Lauderdale, Florida
B-3310November 1959125 A&GC-0047-BLatrine, Septic TypeNew Jersey, Dept. of Conservation, Forests & Parks Section
B-3310December 1971796 HC-1229-BComfort StationGreensboro, North Carolina, Parks Department
B-3311May 1960171 HC-0388-BComfort StationCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Beaches & Parks (alt)
B-3312November 1961228 HC-0283-BPit LatrineBritish Columbia, Dept. of Recreation and Conservation
B-3312December 1971817 LC-1337-BComfort StationTexas, Goose Island State Park
B-3313November 1961229 HC-0326-BToilet BuildingDiv. of Forests & Parks, Wisconsin Conservation Dept. (alt)
B-3314July 1962252 HC-0184-BToilet Building, ImhoffIllinois Division of Parks & Memorials (alt)
B-3315January 1964360 HC-0303-BComfort StationColorado, City and County of Denver, Dept. of Parks & Recreation (alt)
B-3316June 1964384 HS-0766-BPit LatrineChief of Engineers, Civil Works, U.S. Army (alt)
B-3317June 1964398 HC-0854-BToilet and ShowerMichigan, Van Riper State Park (alt)
B-3318May 1965425 BN-0991-BComfort FacilitiesNational Parks of Japan (alt)
B-3319December 1971800 MBF-1267-BVault-Type ToiletIllinois, Forest Preserve District of Du Page County
B-3321December 1970754 HC-1260-BToiletMichigan, Dept. of Conservation (alt)
B-3322May 1965429 BN-0993-BComfort FacilitiesNational Parks of Japan (alt)
B-3323December 1972862 GCC-0695-R1Comfort StationCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources
B-3324December 1972863 GCC-0695-R2Comfort StationCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources
B-3325March 1963311 BF-0783-BConvection StackForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
B-3325June 1972828 LC-1204-BPark RestroomJackson City, Missouri, Park Department
B-3326July 1963316 HS-0751-BOverlook ShelterU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers Civil Works, Washington, D.C. (alt)
B-3327May 1965447 HN-0983-BCombination Shelter-Toilet BuildingAkron, Ohio, Metropolitan Park District
B-3328May 1965454 HC-1003-BComfort StationHawaii, City & County of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks and Recreation
B-3329July 1966491 HC-0284-BMetal UrinalCanada, British Columbia Forest Serv. (alt)
B-3330July 1966509 HC-1027-BComfort StationFlorida, Pinellas County, Fort DeSoto Park
B-3331February 1967554 HF-0612-BToilet and ShelterU.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla, Washington (alt)
B-3332June 1967571 HC-0399-BToilet BuildingsWisconsin, Conservation Department (alt)
B-3333June 1967590 HC-1101-BPark ToiletColumbus Metropolitan Park District, Ohio (alt)
B-3334December 195734C-0031-BComfort StationWashington Parks & Recreation Commission (alt)
B-3335November 1959134 (rev.) HS-0253-BComfort Station, MobileNational Park Service, National Capital Parks (alt)
B-3336November 1959135 (rev.) HS-0253-BComfort Station, MobileNational Park Service, National Capital Parks (alt)
B-3337January 1968612 HC-1112-BPit LatrineMaine, State Park and Recreation Commission (alt)
B-3338January 1968617 HC-1124-BComfort StationConnecticut, Park and Forest Commission (alt)
B-3339December 1968635 BC-1164-B(a)Toilet-Shower BuildingMichigan, Dept. of Conservation
B-3340December 1968636 BC-1164-B(b)UrinalMichigan, Dept. of Conservation
B-3341December 1968637 HC-1135-BThree Unit LatrineNevada, State Park System (alt)
B-3342December 1968638 HC-1148-BToiletMichigan, Dept. of Conservation (alt)
B-3343December 1968639 BC-1153-BToilet-Shower BuildingMichigan, Dept. of Conservation (alt)
B-3344December 1968640 BC-0948-BToilet, Concrete BlockWisconsin, Highway Commission (alt)
B-3345November 1966515 HC-0879-BThree-Roll Toilet Paper DispenserSouth Carolina, Myrtle Beach State Park
B-3346September 1969667 HC-1232-BChemical Toilet EnclosureCalifornia, Dept. of Parks & Recreation
B-3347/B-3348/
B-3349/B-3350
July 1974985 B/986 B/
987 B/988 B
N-1402-B1/B2/B3/B4Toilet ShelterOhio, Medina County Park District
B-3350March 1959102 BC-0305-BDrinking FountainNew York, Finger Lakes State Parks Commission, Plan No. 453-1
B-3351May 1959103 HC-0229-BDrinking FountainIowa, Conservation Commission (alt)
B-3352December 1960196 HS-0446-BDrinking FountainNational Park Service, National Capital Parks (alt)
B-3353September 1961222 HN-0398-BFountain with ShelterBernheim Forest, Clarmont, Kentucky
B-3353June 1972829 LF-1371-BForest FountainForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3354January 1964355 HC-0739-BDrinking Fountain w/service connectorOntario, Township of Etobicoke, Parks Department (alt)
B-3355June 1964381 HC-0745-BCampground Water HydrantOhio, Hocking State Park
B-3356June 1964382 HC-0746-BCampground Water HydrantsOhio, Hocking State Park
B-3357June 1964379 HC-0743-BDrinking FountainOhio, Hocking State Park (alt)
B-3358May 1965449 HC-0997-BDrinking FountainHawaii, City & County of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks & Recreation (alt)
B-3359May 1965453 HC-1002-BOutdoor Deep SinkHawaii, City & County of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks & Recreation (alt)
B-3360June 1967591 HC-1102-BDrinking Fountain with ShelterColumbus Metropolitan Park District, Ohio (alt)
B-3361June 1967594 BF-1118-BManual Pump ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers (alt)
B-3362June 1967595 BF-1119-BManual Pump ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers (alt)
B-3363May 1959102 BC-0305-BDrinking FountainNew York, Finger Lakes State Pks. Comm. (alt)
B-3364December 1968641 BC-1164-B(c)Water StationMichigan, Dept. of Conservation (alt)
B-3365December 1970750 BC-1226-BWater FountainJackson City Pk. Dept., Missouri
B-3366December 1970732 HS-0623-BWater MeterNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3367/B-3368January 19761030 BC-1469-BSculptural FountainOregon, State Highway Comm.
B-3375January 1960144 A&GC-0275-BFlag PoleOregon, State Highway Commission, State Parks Department (alt)
B-3376November 1959126 A&GC-0214-BAnimal FeederIndiana, Conservation Department, Div. of Engineering (alt)
B-3377May 1960163 HC-0213-BBath House TerraceNew York, Central NY State Parks Comm., Verona Beach State Park (alt)
B-3378March 1962247 HC-0534-BFlagpoleIndiana, Conservation Department (alt)
B-3379December 1972864 BC-1361-B(D)1Locker ShelterMichigan, Metamora-Hadley RA
B-3380December 1972865 BC-1361-B(D)2Details of Locker ShelterMichigan, Metamora-Hadley RA
B-3400July 195870S-0165-BAerator, Water SystemNational Park Service
B-3401January 1960145 A&GC-0276-BPump HouseOregon, State Highway Commission, State Parks Department
B-3402December 1960192 HS-0407-MPump HouseNational Park Service, Coulee Dam NRA
B-3403March 1963288 BC-0179-BWater Filter PlantOhio, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Parks (alt)
B-3404March 1963289 BC-0179-BReservoirOhio, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Parks (alt)
B-3405November 1964518 HC-0928-BFrame Pump HouseSoil Conserv. Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
B-3406February 1967553 HC-0607-BWater TowerArizona, State Highway Department (alt)
B-3407June 1967597 BF-1122-BHand Pump ad WellU.S. Army Corps of Engineers (alt)
B-3408July 195870S-0165-BAerator, Water SystemNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
B-3409August 1970697 HF-0926-BaConcrete CisternsSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3410August 1970698 HF-0926-BbConcrete CisternsSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3411December 1971787 BS-0535-BFrost-Free Hinged PumphouseNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3412December 1971788 BS-0535-BFrost-Free Hinged PumphouseNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3413/B-3414/
B-3415/B-3416
January 1978
C-1483-BSanitary Disposal StationNevada State Park System
B-3417/B-3418/
B-3419/B-3420/
B-3421/B-3422
January 19761031 BF-1473-BFish Cleaning StationU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
B-3423December 1972866 BS-0760-B1Septic TankU.S. Army Chief of Engineers
B-3424December 1972867 BS-0760-B2Septic TankU.S. Army Chief of Engineers
B-3425December 1960186 BC-0180-B(a)Sewage Disposal System, Septic TankOhio, Div. of Parks
B-3426December 1960187 BC-0180-B(b)Sewage Disposal System, Surface Sand FilterOhio, Div. of Parks
B-3427May 1961204 BS-0383-BSewage Diversion GateE. J. Axline, CE, National Park Service
B-3428June 1964380 HC-0744-BSlop Drain, Sewer ConnectedOhio, Hocking State Park
B-3429June 1964397 HC-0851-BCampers Slop DrainOhio, Hocking State Park (alt)
B-3430January 1965408 Hc-0538-BSlop DrainOhio, Hocking State Park (alt)
B-3431January 1965419 HN-0931-BTrailer Sanitary StationMobile Homes Manufacturers Association, Travel Trailer Division (alt)
B-3432January 1965422 HC-0972-BTrailer Sanitation StationMichigan, Parks and Recreation (alt)
B-3433December 1965464 HC-0884-BFish Cleaning StationOregon, County Parks Assn., Jackson County (alt)
B-3434July 1966503 HC-0954-BSeptic TankKentucky, Department of Health (alt)
B-3435June 1967586 SF-1096-BWet Garbage DisposalU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
B-3436September 1969668 BC-0287-BGarbage Pit CoverCanada, Province of British Columbia
B-3437December 1970733 HS-0624-BFlared-End Section for Culvert PipeNational Capital Parks, National Park Service, USDI (alt)
B-3438December 1970735 HS-0707-BTrailer Waste DrainOhio, Division of Parks (alt)
B-3439December 1972933 HF-1368-BFish Cleaning StationU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
B-3440December 1973934 GCF-1259-BDishwater DisposalU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
B-3441May 1974957 BC-1394-B1Fish Cleaning Counter /c ShelterColorado, Div. of Pks. & Outdoor Rec.
B-3442May 1974958 BC-1394-B2Fish Cleaning Counter /c ShelterColorado, Div. of Pks. & Outdoor Rec.
B-3443May 1974959 BC-1394-B3Fish Cleaning Counter /c ShelterColorado, Div. of Pks. & Outdoor Rec.
B-3444May 1974960 BC-1394-B4Fish Cleaning Counter /c ShelterColorado, Div. of Pks. & Outdoor Rec.
B-3445May 1974961 BC-1394-B5Fish Cleaning Counter /c ShelterColorado, Div. of Pks. & Outdoor Rec.
B-3446May 1974962 BC-1394-B6Fish Cleaning Counter Shelf & Support DetailsColorado, Div. of Pks. & Outdoor Rec.
B-3446.1/B-3446.2/
B-3446.3/B-3446.4
July 1979
C-1601-BGray Water Disposal UnitDept. of Pks. & Rec., Idaho (J. Eaton)
B-3447June 1972830 HF-1370-BSupport for Garbage CanForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3448June 1972831 HF-1369-BConcrete Garbage Can BaseForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3449June 1972832 HF-1372-B(1)Bear-Proof Garbage Can TopForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3450July 195723C-0053-BMount for Refuse CanOhio, Department of Natural Resources
B-3450June 1972833 HF-1372-B(2)Bear-Proof Garbage Can TopForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3451July 195868S-0148-BGarbage Can RackNational Park Service, Plan No. NP-GSM-2574-B (alt)
B-3452May 1961104 BC-0322-BTrash ReceptacleTexas, Highway Department (alt)
B-3453June 1964393 HS-0844-BTrash ReceptacleNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3454January 1965420 HS-0932-BJig for Trash ReceptaclesNational Park Service, National Capital Region
B-3455May 1965435 HS-0757-BRefuse ContainerU.S. Army, Off., Chief of Engineers, Civil Works, Wash., D.C.
B-3455December 1971789 HS-0616-BRefuse Container UnitNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3456November 1966519 HC-0937-BRefuse ContainerSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
B-3457January 1968622 HC-1136-BGarbage Can HolderNevada, State Park System (alt)
B-3458January 1968623 HC-1142-BGarbage Can RackIdaho, State Parks (alt)
B-3459July 195723 IC-0053-BMount for Refuse CanOhio, Dept. of Natural Resources
B-3460December 1968642 HN-0578-BGarbage Can RackBoy Scouts of America
B-3461September 1969669 BC-1225-BTrash ReceptacleMissouri, Jackson Co. Dept. of Parks (alt)
B-3462September 1969670 HC-0609-BTrash BarrelNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
B-3463/B-3464January 1980
S-1525-BTrash Can Holder, Types 'A' & 'B'Denver Serv. Center, NPS - USDI
B-3465March 1962235 BN-0188-BTrash Disposal UnitNational Park Service, Natchez Trace Parkway
B-3466March 1963291 BC-0288-BDrum IncineratorBrit. Col., Dept. of Rec. & Conserv., Parks Branch
B-3467March 1963295 HC-0526-BIncineratorNew Jersey, Forest and Parks Section
B-3468December 1965461 BS-0758-BIncineratorU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers, Civil Works, Washington, D.C.
B-3469January 1968608 BF-0936-BMortarless Trash BurnerTexas Extension Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3470December 1968643 BF-0935-BBrick Trash BurnerGeorgia Extension Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3475May 1960183 SPS-0418-BTrailer Camp Site UtilitiesNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
B-3476January 1968607 BS-1156-BAll-Season Hookup BoxIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
B-3477/B-3478July 1974989 GC/990 GCN-1315-B1/B2Rec. Vee Hookup Water/Electric-Electric BoxIra B. Lykes & Assoc.
B-3500May 1959105 HC-0230-BParkway Lamp PostIndiana, Conservation Department
B-3501May 1959106 HC-0231-BPower Pole at Camp SiteMichigan, Department of Conservation, Parks and Recreation Division, Plan No. SE 136
B-3502May 1959107 HC-0108-BPower Outlet Box at Camp SiteMichigan, Department of Conservation, Parks and Recreation Division, Plan No. SE 159
B-3503May 1965445 HN-0981-BSidewalk LightAkron, Ohio, Metropolitan Park District (alt)
B-3504May 1959105 HC-0230-BParkway Lamp PostIndiana, Conservation Department (alt)
B-3600November 1958C 81S-0198-BEmergency Phone BoxNational Park Service, Drawing No. NP YOS/2188
B-3601November 195881 CS-0198-BEmergency Phone BoxNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3602September 1969671 BS-1247-BTelephone BoothJames A. Burnett, NPS, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
B-3800July 1962255 HS-0434-BRiding StableNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
B-3801July 1962256 HS-0435-BRiding Stable - Grain Storage DetailNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
B-3802July 1962257 HS-0436-BRiding Stable Stall DetailNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
B-3803June 1964399 HC-0857-BRiding StableCanada, Alwyn J. Cameron, Odell Park, Fredericton, N.B. (alt)
B-3804July 1962255 HS-0434-BRiding StableNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
B-3805/B-3806Spring 1979
F-1289-BHitch-Feed RackForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
B-3807/B-3808/
B-3809/B-3810/
B-3811/B-3812
October 1981
F-1406-RHorse Show Rings and EquipmentU.S. Department of Agriculture
B-3820/B-3821Summer 1983
F-1642-BFerry Terminal BuildingGeorge Stephen, Regional Architect, NPS, NARO
B-3822/B-3823Summer 1983
F-1643-BComfort StationGeorge Stephen, Regional Architect, NPS, NARO
B-3828/B-3829/
B-3830/B-3831/
B-3832/B-3833
Winter 1984
N-1658-BArboretumDarrell Winslow, NVRPA
B-3898/B-3899/
B-3900/B-3901
Summer 1987
N-1713-BVault ToiletU.S. Army Corps of Eng.
INTERPRETATION (all Designs)
INDEXDATEPLATECONTROLPLAN NAMECONTRIBUTED BY
I-6000December 195745S-0162-IInformation Station, MuseumNational Park Service, Plan PKY-NT 2487-C
I-6001July 1962266 HS-0679-IVisitor CenterEverglades, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6002July 1962258 HS-0445-IVisitor CenterNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6003 (a)July 1962264 CN-0673-I (1)Visitor CenterFrank Bunce, Bernheim Forest, Kentucky (alt)
I-6003 (b)July 1962265 CN-0673-I (b)Visitor CenterFrank Bunce, Bernheim Forest, Kentucky
I-6004December 1962276 CS-0437-IVisitor CenterNational Park Service, Pipestone, NM (alt) (alt)
I-6005December 1962281 CS-0688-IVisitor CenterNational Park Service, Geo. Wash. Carver, NM (alt)
I-6006June 1964388 HS-0800-I(a)Secondary Visitor CenterNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6007June 1964389 HS-0800-I(b)Secondary Visitor CenterNational Park Service, (alt)
I-6008May 1965458 HN-0984-ICombination Visitor Center & HeadquartersAustralia, Kosciusko State Park Trust (alt)
I-6009January 1968629 BN-1065-IArboretum (Visitor Center)Bernheim Forest, Kentucky (alt)
I-6010December 195745S-0162-IInformation Station, MuseumNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6011/I-6012January 19751004 BC-1391-I(1)Education CenterWashington State Dept. of Game
I-6013/I-6014July 19761042 BS-1464-IMulti-Use Visitor CenterMinute Man NHP, NPS, USDI
I-6015/I-6016October 1977
C-1435-IMobile Interpretative CenterKickapoo SP, Oakwood, IL
I-6017/I-6018/
I-6019/I-6020
Spring 1980
S-1499-IInterpretative FacilityBob A. Lopenske, DSC - NPS - USDI
I-6030February 1967565 BS-1094-INature-Lore HouseNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
I-6050March 1962250 HS-0619-IInformation CounterNational Park Service, Everglades N. P.
I-6051February 1967555 HS-0618-IInformation Counter "B"National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6052June 1967572 HS-0617-IInformation CounterNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6350November 1961233C-0536-IElectric Traffic CounterMichigan Dept. of Conservation, Parks & Recreation Div.
I-6600April 195851S-0141-IDisplay CaseNational Park Service, Plan No. WHI-NM-2016
I-6601May 1959119 CS-0199-ITrailside ExhibitNational Park Service, Ocmulgee Nat. Mon. (Reg. 1) (alt)
I-6602May 1960170 HC-0387-IDisplay ShelterCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Beaches & Parks (alt)
I-6603May 1960172 BS-0394-ITrailside Exhibit CaseNational Park Service, Homestead Nat. Mon.
I-6604May 1961217 HC-0522-IOutdoor Exhibit CaseWisconsin, Conservation Department
I-6605March 1962237 HS-0245-IWayside ExhibitNational Park Service, Reg. 3 - Div. of L. A. (alt)
I-6606December 1962280 CS-0686-IExhibit ShelterNational Park Service, Death Valley, NM (alt)
I-6607December 1962279 HS-0683-IWayside ExhibitNational Park Service, Grand Canyon NP. (alt)
I-6608July 1963324 FS-0796-IInterpretative ShelterNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6609July 1963325 FS-0797-IInterpretative SheltersNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6610November 1963333 HS-0799-IExhibit ShelterNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6611May 1965433 HS-0752-IOverlook ShelterU.S. Army, Office, Chief of Engineers, Civil Works, Washington, D.C. (alt)
I-6612May 1965455 HS-1008-IElevated Exhibit ShelterNational Park Service, Everglades National Park (alt)
I-6613June 1967583 BC-1064-IInformation ShelterBernheim Forest, Clermount, Kentucky (alt)
I-6614June 1967593 BS-1116-IRoadside EaselNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6615January 1968619 HC-1131-IExhibit CenterNevada, State Parks System
I-6616April 195851S-0141-IDisplay CaseNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
I-6617August 1970721 HC-1242-IDisplay ShelterIndiana, Dept. of Conservation
I-6618August 1970722 HC-1243-IDisplay ShelterIndiana, Dept. of Conservation
I-6619June 1972856 BN-0885-IExhibit Your Weather StationBernheim Forest, Frank Bunce
I-6620June 1972857 HC-1345-IDisplay BoardVermont, Dept. of Forest & Parks
I-6621May 1974975 GCF-1383-I1Display Board with ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
I-6622May 1974976 GCF-1383-I2Display Board with ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
I-6623May 1974977 GCF-1383-I3Display Board with ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
I-6624May 1974978 GCF-1383-I4Display Board with ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
I-6625May 1974979 GCF-1383-I5Display Board with ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
I-6626May 1974980 GCN-1365-IDisplay BoardAustralia, National Parks
I-6700April 195856S-0152-ITrail Label HolderNational Park Service, Plan No. PKY-BR GEN-2452
I-6701November 1959123 BS-0383-ITrail Label HolderNational Park Service, Everglades NP - Ernst Christensen (alt)
I-6702July 1963319 FS-0791-ISign, InterpretativeNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6703July 1963321 AS-0973-ISign, TrailsideNational Park Service
I-6704July 1963322 FS-0794-ISign, InterpretativeNational Park Service
I-6705July 1963323 FS-0795-ISign, InterpretativeNational Park Service
I-6706January 1968616 BF-1121-IExhibit ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
I-6707April 195856 IS-0152-ITrail Label HolderNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
I-6708September 1969679 BC-0447-IHistorical MarkerMinnesota, Silver Creek Cliff Rock Cut
I-6751/I-6752January 19761035 BN-1476-IRear Screen Projection BoxCosta Rica, National Park Service
I-6753/I-6754/
I-6755/I-6756
October 1977
S-1507-ITwelve-Sided Display CaseWalnut Canyon NM, NPS - USDI
I-6757/I-6758January 1979
C-1565-IPartitions for Small MuseumsDave Hefferman, Batavia, Illinois
I-6850November 1959136 BS-0258-IWildlife BlindNational Park Service, Chiricahua Nat. Mon., Forrest M. Benson
I-6851December 1965470 HC-1018-IBird Lookout TowerFlorida, Myakka River State Park (alt)
I-6852November 1959136 BS-0258-IWildlife BlindForrest M. Benson, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
I-6853December 1971798 FF-1256-I (A)Wildlife Observation BlindNat. Planning Team, Sport Fisheries & Wildlife
I-6854December 1971799 FF-1256-I (B)Wildlife Observation BlindNat. Planning Team, Sport Fisheries & Wildlife
I-6900May 1959120 CC-0211-IFish Exhibit TankIndiana, Conservation Department, Plan No. 22
I-6901January 1965412 HC-0720-IBird HouseByron L. Ashbaugh (alt)
I-6902May 1959120 CC-0211-IFish Exhibit TankIndiana, Conservation Department (alt)
I-6919/I-6920/
I-6921/I-6922
April 1978
C-1566-IA Garden for the SensesMNCPPC, Dept. of Pks., MD
I-6923December 1973953 HN-1363-I(1)Observation Bee HiveMichigan, Stony Creek Metro. Pk.
I-6924December 1973954 BN-1363-I(2)Observation Bee HiveMichigan, Stony Creek Metro. Pk.
I-6925November 1959128 A&GC-0225-ISnake Exhibit CasesIndiana, Conservation Department, Division of Engineering(alt)
I-6926May 1961213 HC-0479-RWalk-Through AviaryFlorida, Dade County, Public Works Department (alt)
I-6927May 1961214 HC-0480-RPrimate CageFlorida, Dade County, Public Works Department
I-6928May 1961215 HC-0481-RChildren's Zoo BarnFlorida, Dade County, Public Works Department
I-6929May 1961216 HC-0482-ROtter PenFlorida, Dade County, Public Works Department (alt)
I-6930September 1969685 BF-1251-IQuail Holding PenU.S. Fish & Wildlife Serv., U.S. Department of the Interior
I-6931/I-6932January 19751005 BC-1390-I(1)Bird HouseWashington State, Dept. of Game
I-6933/I-6934/
I-6935/I-6936
Summer 1983
F-1639-IVisitor Info. CenterGeorge Stephen, Regional Architect, NPS, NARO
MAINTENANCE (all Designs)
INDEXDATEPLATECONTROLPLAN NAMECONTRIBUTED BY
M-7000February 1966478 HC-0571-MScaffold Horses (A)California, Dept. of Industrial Relations, Division of Industrial Safety
M-7001February 1966479 HC-0571-MScaffold Horses (B)California, Dept. of Industrial Relations, Division of Industrial Safety (alt)
M-7002February 1966480 HC-0571-MFolding Scaffold Horses (C)California, Dept. of Industrial Relations, Division of Industrial Safety (alt)
M-7003February 1966481 HC-0571-MPole Scaffold (D)California, Dept. of Industrial Relations, Division of Industrial Safety (alt)
M-7004February 1966482 HC-0571-MScaffold Ladders (E)California, Dept. of Industrial Relations, Division of Industrial Safety (alt)
M-7005February 1966478 HC-0571-MScaffold Horses (A)California, Dept. of Industrial Relations, Division of Industrial Safety
M-7006September 1969686 BS-1252-MSaw HorseNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
M-7100January 1960158 BC-0392-MPaint Drying RackMichigan, Department of Conservation, Parks and Recreation Division, Indian Lake SP
M-7101January 1961195 HC-0422-MDip Tank for Trash BasketsIndiana, Dept. of Conservation
M-7102January 1964361 HC-0465-MPaint Drying Rack and Dip TroughMontana, Highway Commission, State Parks Division
M-7103January 1960158 BC-0392-MPaint Drying RackMichigan, Dept. of Conservation, Pks & Recrea. Div.
M-7104September 1969680 BS-0877-MPaint Drying RackRay Lehto, Fort Wilkins St. Pk.
M-7110January 1961200 BS-0478-MWork BenchNational Park Service, Natchez Trace Parkway
M-7111May 1961218 HC-0525-MPile-Driving RigOhio, Indian Lake State Park (alt)
M-7112September 1961226 HS-0514-MPortable Tool BoxNational Park Service, Grand Teton National Park (alt)
M-7113June 1972858 LS-0875-M(1)Equipment MoverNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
M-7114June 1972859 LS-0875-M(2)Equipment MoverNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
M-7125/M-7126/
M-7127/M-7128/
M-7129/M-7130
October 1979
F-1460-MJanitor's CartRobert D. Espeseth, University of Illinois
M-7145January 1961198 BC-0461-MTape Dispenser for WallboardMinnesota, Bob Johnson, O'Brien State Park (alt)
M-7146January 1961200 BC-0478-MWork BenchNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
M-7147May 1974981 BS-0671-MCabinet/Shelf for Recorder-TotalizerNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
M-7147/M-7148January 19751006 BS-1429-M(1)Portable WorkbenchCharles T. Mask, NPS, USDI
M-7148May 1974982 HN-1248-MShop StandTexas A&M University
M-7165January 1961194 HS-0423-MMaterial Spreader for Road ShouldersNational Park Service, Acadia NP (alt)
M-7166November 1963334 HN-0826-MBitumuls Drag BroomAmerican Bitumuls and Asphalt Company (alt)
M-7190July 1966494 HS-0870-MStringing PoleNational Park Service
M-7200June 1964385 HF-0782-MPump Handle GuardNebraska, Game, Forestation & Parks Commission
M-7201June 1964400 HC-0858-MTable MoverIllinois, Cook County, Forest Preserve District
M-7202June 1964385 HF-0782-MPump Handle GuardNebraska, Game, Forestation & Parks Commission
M-7205/M-7206January 1978
C-1563-MHydraulic Firewood SplitterDept. of Natural Resources, Regional Office, MI
M-7250January 1965416 HC-0919-MTree WellsWisconsin, Highway Commission
M-7365May 1961293 BS-0382-MTrash Rack for Dump TruckNational Park Service, White Sands National Monument (alt)
M-7366March 1962236 HC-0227-MGarbage Container ShedIndiana, Conservation Department (alt)
M-7367March 1962238 BC-0342-MGarbage Can WasherIndiana, Conservation Department (alt)
M-7368January 1964358 HS-0691-MLitter CartNational Park Service, Lake Mead Nat. Rec. Area (alt)
M-7397/M-7398July 19751020 BF-1451-MPortable GreenhouseRecreational Buildings and Facilities, USDA, Handbook No. 438
M-7399/M-7400July 19751021 BF-1452-MFrame GreenhouseRecreational Buildings and Facilities, USDA, Handbook No. 438
M-7401July 1966494 HS-0870-MStringing PoleNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
M-7402January 1965416 HC-0919-MTree WellsWisconsin, Highway Commission
M-7403May 1974983 HS-0913-M1Check DamNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
M-7404May 1974984 GCS-0913-M2Check DamNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
M-8000November 1966515 HC-0879-MThree-Roll Toilet Paper DispenserSouth Carolina, Myrtle Beach State Park
OVERNIGHT ACCOMMODATIONS (all Designs)
INDEXDATEPLATECONTROLPLAN NAMECONTRIBUTED BY
O-5000March 1963304 BC-0725-OOrganized Camp "A"National Park Service
O-5001March 1963305 BC-0725-OOrganized Camp "B"National Park Service
O-5002March 1963306 BC-0725-OOrganized Camp "C"National Park Service
O-5003March 1963307 BC-0725-OOrganized Camp "D"National Park Service
O-5004March 1963308 BC-0725-OOrganized Camp "E"National Park Service
O-5005March 1963309 Bc-0725-OOrganized Camp "F"National Park Service (alt)
O-5006January 1964349 BN-0598-OTent Camp LayoutBoy Scouts of America (alt)
O-5007June 1964370 BN-0597-OOrganized CampBoy Scouts of America
O-5008June 1964371 BN-0594-OOrganized CampBoy Scouts of America
O-5009June 1964372 BN-0595-OOrganized CampBoy Scouts of America (alt)
O-5010June 1964373 BN-0596-OOrganized CampBoy Scouts of America (alt)
O-5011June 1967580 BN-1005-OCampground LayoutCharles C. Scott, Raleigh, North Carolina
O-5012June 1967581 BN-1006-OCampground LayoutCharles C. Scott, Raleigh, North Carolina
O-5013June 1967582 BN-1057-OCampground LayoutCharles C. Scott, Raleigh, North Carolina
O-5014January 1968627 BN-1154-OFamily Camping ResortBob Sonntag, St. Augustine Beach, Fla.
O-5025July 195721C-0028-OCabin, Group CampWashington, Parks & Recreation Commission
O-5026April 195849C-0090-OCabin, Group CampLouisiana, Parks and Recreation Commission
O-5027February 1967564 BS-1089-OSleeping Cabin Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5028June 1967584 BS-1090-OCabin for 8 with CounselorNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5029June 1967585 BS-1091-OSleeping Cabins Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
O-5030December 1968657 HN-0565-OStaff Sleeping Cabin Organized CampBoy Scouts of America
O-5031/O-5032/
O-5033/O-5034
January 19761034 BS-1467-OCamp DormitoryNPS-NCP, USDI, Catoctin Mtn. Park
O-5057November 1966539 BS-1072-OKitchen and Dining Hall LayoutNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5058November 1966540 BS-1073-ODining Hall Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5059June 1967569 HC-0350-ODining HallMinnesota, Department of Conservation
O-5060December 1968658 HN-0562-ODining HallBoy Scouts of America
O-5100February 1967567 BS-1093-OCraft Shop Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
O-5101February 1967565 BS-1094-ONature-Lore HouseNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5102February 1967567 BS-1093-OCraft Shop Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5151November 1966542 BS-1075-OUnit Lodge Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5152November 1966541 BS-1074-OUnit Lodge Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5153January 1968611 BS-1082-ORecreation Building Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5154December 1968659 SN-0555-OLodgeBoy Scouts of America (alt)
O-5200November 1966543 BS-1078-OInfirmary Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
O-5201November 1966544 BS-1077-Oinfirmaries Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
O-5202November 1966543 BS-1078-OInfirmary Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
O-5203July 1973921 HN-0557-OHealth LodgeBoy Scouts of America
O-5204July 1973922 HN-0556-OHealth LodgeBoy Scouts of America
O-5205/O-5206/
O-5207/O-5208
January 1978
N-1561-OInfirmary-Troop HouseBob Espeseth, Univ. of Illinois
O-5251/O-5252July 19761039 BN-0568-OService BuildingBoy Scouts of America
O-5300May 195861 (rev.)C-0077-OCampers' Latrine and LaundryMinnesota, Department of Conservation, Plan No. S. P.-2080
O-5301May 1960185 SPS-0420-OTrailer Service BuildingNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5302January 1961189 HC-0391-OToilet Building, CampgroundCalifornia, Div. of Beaches & Parks (alt)
O-5303March 1962248 HN-0543-OWashstand, TroopBoy Scouts of America (alt)
O-5304March 1962249 HN-0552-OCentral Shower BuildingBoy Scouts of America (alt)
O-5305December 1965463 HC-0850-OCampground ToiletMichigan, Dept. of Conservation, Parks & Recreation Division (alt)
O-5306July 1966510 HC-1029-OCampground Toilet BuildingFlorida, Pinellas County, Fort DeSoto Park (alt)
O-5307May 195861 (rev.)C-0077-OCampers Latrine and LaundryMinnesota, Department of Conservation
O-5308September 1969677 HN-0550-OStaff ToiletBoy Scouts of America
O-5309September 1969687 HN-0549-OWashhouse LatrineBoy Scouts of America
O-5310September 1969688 HN-0551-OCentral ShowerBoy Scouts of America
O-5350July 195719C-0023-OLaundry & Toilet BuildingLouisiana, Parks & Recreation Commission
O-5351November 1958H 79C-0181-OCamp Utility BuildingConnecticut, State Park and Forest Commission, Plan No. 19-3A
O-5352January 1961117 CC-0210-OOpen Wash ShelterIndiana, Conservation Dept., Plan No. 9
O-5353January 1960142 A&GC-0272-OUtility BuildingOregon, State Highway Commission, State Park Department (alt)
O-5354January 1960141 A&GC-0271-OUtility Building, SmallOregon, State Highway Commission, State Parks Department (alt)
O-5355May 1960167 HC-0335-OWash House & LaundryNorth Carolina, Hanging Rock State Park (alt)
O-5356November 1966537 BS-1070-OLatrine & Wash House UnitsNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5357November 1966538 BS-1071-OCentral Wash House Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5358June 1967587 BC-1138-OComfort Station, Wash HouseCarpenter's Camper's World (alt)
O-5359January 1968624 HC-1144-OToilet and Shower Bldg.Michigan, Fort Wilkins State Park, Dept. of Conservation (alt)
O-5360July 195719C-0023-OLaundry & Toilet BuildingLouisiana, Parks & Recreation Commission
O-5360December 1972884 BC-1361-O(A)Campground-Beach Service CompoundMichigan, Metomora-Hadley RA
O-5361August 1970719 HC-0733-OCentral Service BuildingNew Hampshire, Lake Sunapee
O-5362August 1970720 HN-0547-OTroop WashstandBoy Scouts of America
O-5363December 1972885 BC-1361-O(C)1Campground ToiletMichigan, Metamora-Hadley RA
O-5364December 1972886 BC-1361-B(C)2Campground ToiletMichigan, Metamora-Hadley RA
O-5365July 1973925 BN-0581-OCentral Wash HouseBoy Scouts of America
O-5366July 1973924 HC-1339-OCamp ToiletTexas, Goose Island S.P.
O-5367/O-5368Spring 1980
S-1503-OCampers' Service FacilityDenver Service Center, NPS - USDI
O-5369/O-5370/
O-5371/O-5372
July 1982
C-1336-ORestroom with ShowersGoliad SP, TX
O-5400November 1958C 85C-0194-OLodgeOklahoma, Division of Recreation & State Parks, Planning & Resources Board
O-5401December 1972887 CRF-1354-OCampground for the HandicappedMammoth Lakes, Inyo Nat. Forest, Calif.
O-5402December 1972888 HF-1355-OSingle Family CampMammoth Lakes, Inyo Nat. Forest, Calif.
O-5403December 1972889 HF-1349-ODouble Family CampMammoth Lakes, Inyo Nat. Forest, Calif.
O-5404December 1972890 HF-1351-OPicnic Table for the HandicappedMammoth Lakes, Inyo Nat. Forest, Calif.
O-5405December 1972891 HF-1352-OModified StoveMammoth Lakes, Inyo Nat. Forest, Calif.
O-5406December 1972892 HF-1353-OWater Source for the HandicappedMammoth Lakes, Inyo Nat. Forest, Calif.
O-5407December 1972893 HF-1347-OToilet for the HandicappedMammoth Lakes, Inyo Nat. Forest, Calif.
O-5408December 1972894 HF-1348-OFloat for the HandicappedMammoth Lakes, Inyo Nat. Forest, Calif.
O-5500January 19572 (rev.)C-0041-OCabin, Six-PersonGeorgia, Department of State Parks, Plan 5114 Sheets 1 - 4
O-5501December 195737C-0056-OHousekeeping CabinOhio, Department of Resources, Plan No. 2 Operation 1413
O-5501November 195885 CC-0194-OLodgeOklahoma, Div. of Rec. & SP Pln. & Resources Bd.
O-5502December 195738C-0071-OVacation Cabin, DuplexOhio, Division of Forestry (alt)
O-5503December 195739C-0072-OHousekeeping CabinOhio, Division of Forestry (alt)
O-5504May 1959118 BC-0182-OOvernight CabinNew Jersey, Dept. of Conservation & Economic Development, Plan No. 9082 (alt)
O-5505January 1960148 HC-0317-OCabin, TouristCentral New York, State Parks Commission (alt)
O-5506November 1959127 A&GC-0215-OHousekeeping CabinIndiana, Conservation Department, Div. of Engineerings (alt)
O-5507September 1961220 HN-0340-OHousekeeping Tent UnitGrand Teton Lodge Company, Grand Teton Nat. Park (alt)
O-5508September 1961224 HS-0462-OHousekeeping Tent UnitGrand Teton Lodge Company, Grand Teton Nat. Park (alt)
O-5509June 1964401 HS-0881-OCabinsNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
O-5510May 1965448 HN-0996-O"A" Frame ShelterFrank L. Singer, Jr., Sprout Lake Park, N.Y.
O-5511February 1966486 HN-0995-OCottageAustralia, Kosciusko State Park Trust (alt)
O-5512January 19572 (rev.)C-0041-OCabin, Six-PersonGeorgia, Department of State Parks (alt)
O-5513December 1971819 LC-0353-O3 Bedroom CabinNorth Carolina, Dept. of Conservation
O-5514December 1971820 FC-1327-OCabinGeorgia, Department of State Parks
O-5515/O-5516July 19751018 BF-1450-OGuest CabinRecreational Buildings and Facilities, USDA, Handbook No. 438
O-5517/O-5518July 19751019 BF-1410-OLog CabinRecreational Buildings and Facilities, USDA, Handbook No. 438
O-5650December 1962277 HC-0475-OAdirondack Type ShelterVermont, Dept. of Forests & Parks
O-5651March 1963292 HS-0338-ROvernight ShelterNational Park Service, Isle Royale, NP (alt)
O-5652January 1964348 HN-0583-OShelter, OvernightBoy Scouts of America (alt)
O-5653January 1965413 HN-0842-OTrailside ShelterBlack River State Forest (alt)
O-5654December 1962277 HC-0475-OAdirondack Type ShelterVermont, Dept. of Forests and Parks (alt)
O-5655June 1972854 LC-1335-O(1)Overnight ShelterTexas, Goliad State Park
O-5656June 1972855 LC-1335-D(2)Overnight ShelterTexas, Goliad State Park
O-5680November 1959131 A&GC-0234-OTent Platform, PortableIndiana, Conservation Department, Div. of Engineering
O-5681January 1961199 BC-0472-OTent PlatformVermont, Dept. of Forests & Parks, Vermont Park Service (alt)
O-5682November 1966514 HN-0327-OTent PlatformGirl Scouts of the United States of America (alt)
O-5683November 1959131 A&GC-0234-OTent PlatformIndiana, Conservation Department, Division of Engineering
O-5684December 1968660 BN-0802-OTent PlatformBoy Scouts of America
O-5700January 1960146 A&GC-0280-OCampsite LayoutBritish Columbia, Dept. of Recreation & Conservation, Parks Branch
O-5701May 1961297 HS-0428-OWalk-In Tent CampgroundNational Park Service
O-5702May 1961208 HS-0429-OWalk-In Tent CampgroundNational Park Service, Plan No. NP-ACA/2666D
O-5703November 1963329 HC-0706-OTent Camping LotsOhio, Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks (alt)
O-5704June 1964392 HC-0839-OCampground LayoutMichigan, Higgins Lake State Park (alt)
O-5705June 1964394 HC-0845-OCampground LayoutCalifornia, McGrath State Beach (alt)
O-5706May 1965457 HC-1010-OCampground LayoutMichigan, Indian Lake State Park (alt)
O-5707January 1968601 BS-1150-OBack-In, Daisy CampgroundIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5708January 1960146 A&GC-0280-OCampsite LayoutBritish Columbia, Dept. of Rec. & Conserv., Parks Branch (alt)
O-5709February 195995 HC-0278-OCamping AreaOregon, State Parks Department (alt)
O-5710September 1969678 BC-0933-OCamp Layout StandardsWashington State Parks (alt)
O-5750February 1959N 95C-0278-OTrailer and Tent Camping AreaOregon, State Parks Department, Plan No. P 1020
O-5751May 1960174S-0409-OTrailer Camp Layout A & BNational Park Service, from Park & Recreation Structures (alt)
O-5752May 1960175S-0410-OTrailer Camp Layout C & DNational Park Service, from Park & Recreation Structures (alt)
O-5753May 1960176S-0411-OTrailer Camp Layout E & FNational Park Service, from Park & Recreation Structures (alt)
O-5754May 1960177S-0412-OTrailer Camp Layout G & HNational Park Service, from Park & Recreation Structures (alt)
O-5755May 1960178S-0413-OTrailer Camp Layout I & JNational Park Service, from Park & Recreation Structures (alt)
O-5756May 1960179S-0414-OTrailer Camp Layout KNational Park Service, from Park & Recreation Structures (alt)
O-5757May 1960180 SPS-0415-OTrailer Camp Layout (Hypothetical)National Park Service
O-5758January 1960181 JS-0416-OTrailer Court INational Park Service
O-5759January 1960182 JS-0417-OTrailer Court IINational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5760January 1960184 SPS-0419-OTrailer Sites (Hypothetical)National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5761December 1965475 BN-1025-OTrailer ParkMobile Homes Manufacturers Assn. (alt)
O-5762February 1967545 BS-1105-OShamrock CampgroundIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5763February 1967546 BS-1111-OShamrock Campground GroupingIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5764February 1967547 BS-1106-ODaisy CampgroundIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5765February 1967548 BS-1107-ODaisy Campground, Center Circle DetailIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5766February 1967549 BS-1108-ODaisy Campground Group IIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5767February 1967550 BS-1109-ODaisy Campground Grouping IIIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5768February 1967573 HC-0700-OTrailer CampOhio, Division of Parks (alt)
O-5769January 1968599 SS-1140-O20° Angle CampgroundIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5770January 1968600 BS-1149-OPull-Off, Daisy CampgroundIra B. Lykes, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5771January 1968604 HC-0702-OTrailer UnitOhio, Div. of Parks, Dept. of Natural Resources (alt)
O-5772January 1968615 HS-1117-OPull-Through Trailer CampgroundNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
O-5773December 1971812 LN-1313-O (A)Minimum Facility Campground LayoutIra B. Lykes & Asso., Lake City, Florida
O-5774December 1971813 LN-1313-OCondominium CampgroundIra B. Lykes, Lake City, Florida
O-5775July 19761040 BN-1312-OTrailer Campground LayoutIra B. Lykes, Lake City, Florida
O-5776July 19761041 BN-1314-OPenta-Pinwheel CampgroundIra B. Lykes, Lake City, Florida
O-5900November 1959130 A&GC-0233-ODuck Decks for BunksIndiana, Conservation Department, Div. of Engineering
O-5901June 1967568 HN-0809-OPatrol Food ChestBoy Scouts of America (alt)
O-5902November 1959130 A&GC-0233-ODuck Decks for BunksIndiana, Conservation Department (alt)
PROTECTION (all Designs)
INDEXDATEPLATECONTROLPLAN NAMECONTRIBUTED BY
P-2100May 1961296 HS-0422-PObservation TowerWisconsin, Rib Mountain State Park, XM516
P-2250January 1960154 A&GC-0377-PFire Hose HouseCalifornia, Dept. of Natural Resources, Div. of Beaches & Parks, Humboldt Redwoods SP
P-2251November 1959132 HS-0238-PFirehose BoxNational Park Service Carlsbad Caverns NP (alt)
P-2252December 1960197 BS-0459-PFire Hose BoxNational Park Service, Wind Cave NP, Dave Cannavina (alt)
P-2253September 1961223 HS-0444-PFire Hose Storage FacilityNational Park Service, Craters of the Moon NM (alt)
P-2254March 1962246 BS-0507-PFire Hydrant HouseNational Park Service, Roby R. Mabery - Crater Lake N.P. (alt)
P-2255January 1965410 HS-0672-PPrefabricated Fire-Hose HouseNational Park Service, Southwest Region (alt)
P-2256January 1960154 A&GC-0377-PFire Hose HouseCalifornia, Humboldt Redwoods State Park (alt)
P-2300January 195712 (rev.)S-0155-PGuard RailNational Park Service, Plan PKY-BR-GEN-2040-C
P-2301December 195740C-0091-PFence PostCity of Seattle, Department of Parks, Plan No. 524-2A
P-2302May 195857 (rev.)C-0044-PProperty Line FenceIowa, Conservation Commission
P-2303May 195862 (rev.)C-0088-PConcrete CurbDade County, Fla., Department of Parks
P-2304May 195864 (rev.)C-0247-PGuard RailIllinois, Dept. of Public Works and Buildings
P-2305July 195871C-0150-PPipe Rail FenceNew York, Department of Conservation
P-2306May 195998 BC-0311-PBeach WallCentral New York, State Parks Commission, Plan No. 8053-2-2
P-2307March 1962243 BC-0204-PParking BarriersIndiana, Conservation Department
P-2308March 1963290 BC-0207-PParking BarrierIndiana, Conservation Department
P-2309January 1965421 HC-0970-PTwo-Rail Rustic FenceWisconsin, Highway Commission (alt)
P-2310November 1966534 HC-1067-PStandards for FencesColorado, Game, Fish & Parks Dept. (alt)
P-2311January 195713 (rev.) IS-0155-PGuard RailNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
P-2312September 1969665 BC-0289-PBarriersCanada, Province of British Columbia
P-2313May 1974955 HS-0631-PStandard CurbNCP - NPS, U.S. Department of the Interior
P-2314May 1974936 HS-0633-PIntegral Slab & Curb DetailNCP - NPS, U.S. Department of the Interior
P-2400January 19578 (rev.)C-0133-PEntrance GatesMaine, State Park Commission, Plan BM128 Sheet 4 of 11
P-2401January 195711 (rev.)C-0153-PEntrance GateCook County, Ill., Forest Preserve District (alt)
P-2402January 195712 (rev.)C-0154-PHinged Post BarrierCook County, Ill., Forest Preserve District (alt)
P-2403November 1958H 78C-0176-PPipe GateOhio, Division of Parks (alt)
P-2404January 1960153 HS-0351-PGate, EntranceNational Park Service, Ft. Frederica NM (alt)
P-2405May 1960173 BS-0395-PEntrance GateNational Park Service, White Sands National Monument (alt)
P-2406May 1961202 HS-0375-PEntrance GateNational Park Service, Plan No. PKY-COL/2170 (alt)
P-2407January 1964352 HC-0736-PPipe Gate, Park RoadOntario, Township of Etobicoke, Parks Department (alt)
P-2408May 1965438 HC-0957-PStiles and GatesPennsylvania State University (alt)
P-2409July 1966495 HC-0904-APark Entrance with Cattle GuardTexas, Texas State Parks Board (alt)
P-2410July 1966496 HF-0908-PCamp Entrance GateSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
P-2411July 1966497 HF-0909-PCamp Entrance GateSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
P-2412July 1966498 HF-0912-PCamp Entrance GateSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
P-2413July 1966499 HF-0913-PCamp Entrance GateSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
P-2414July 1966500 HF-0915-PCamp Entrance GatesSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
P-2415June 1967592 BS-1115-PGate-Locking DeviceJames Bowman, National Park Service, USDI (alt)
P-2416January 19578 (rev.)C-0133-PEntrance GatesMaine, State Park Commission (alt)
P-2417December 1972860 HC-0808-PService Road BarrierIndiana, Conservation Department
P-2418December 1972861 BS-0868-PRoad BarrierNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
P-2419/P-2420April 1978
C-1564-PControl Structure for Bicycle TrailDept. of Natural Resources, MI
P-2421/P-2422October 1981
C-1442-PMetal Security GateWilliam G. Konczal, Illinois S.P.
P-2423/P-2424October 1981
N-1572-BSteel Pipe GateEast Bay Reg. Pk. Dist., Oakland, CA
P-2425/P-2426October 1981
F-1625-MGravity HingeDennis Fehler, USDA - USFS
P-2427/P-2428October 1982
S-1441-PChain GateHoward L. Maiden, NPS - USDI
P-2450July 195730S-0140-PCattle GuardNational Park Service, Plan NM-BL-2123 Sheet 3 of 3
P-2451January 1960139 A&GC-0266-PCattle GuardOregon, State Highway Commission, Bridge Division (alt)
P-2452July 195730S-0140-PCattle GuardNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
P-2453/P-2454October 1982
S-0663-PCattle GuardHarold A. Marsh, NPS - USDI
P-2500July 195732S-0183-PSafety Devices, WaterNational Park Service, Plan NRA-CO-2038
P-2501May 195999 HC-0232-PMarker BuoyMichigan, Department of Conservation, Parks and Recreation Division (alt)
P-2502July 1962267 HF-0684-PBuoy, NavigationalU.S. Army Engineers, Savannah, Georgia (alt)
P-2503January 1964350 HF-0657-PLife Ring MountU.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service (alt) (alt)
P-2504January 1964359 HC-0699-PLife Guard Control Tower & BuildingCalifornia, Division of Beaches & Parks
P-2504December 1970729 BC-0515-PWarning BuoyMinnesota, Sibley State Park (alt)
P-2505January 1965418 HN-0925-PRescue BuoyAmerican National Red Cross (alt)
P-2506November 1966535 HC-1068-PLake Ice Rescue SledPenn., Bu. of St. Pks., Dept. of Forests & Waters (alt)
P-2507June 1967578 BC-0865-PPatrol Rescue BoatA.H. Lloyd, Cowan Lake, Ohio (alt)
P-2508June 195732S-0183-PSafety Devices, WaterNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
P-2509August 1970695 BF-0656-PDepth MarkerForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
P-2510August 1970696 HF-0961-PWater Safety RingSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
P-2511December 1970B 755S-1261-PEmergency Sand BoxEdward Willard, NCP-NPS, USDI (alt)
P-2512December 1970756 BS-1262-PEmergency Sand BoxEdward Willard, NCP-NPS, USDI (alt)
P-2600May 1961212 HS-0453-BLive Bear Trap-TrailerNational Park Service, Yellowstone
P-2601May 1961212 HS-0463-PBear Trap-TrailerNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
P-2602September 1969666 BS-1246-PGator Trap & TransportRalph E. Johnson, NPS, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
RECREATION FACILITIES (all Designs)
INDEXDATEPLATECONTROLPLAN NAMECONTRIBUTED BY
R-4000May 1965436 BC-0891-RAssembly BuildingU.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service
R-4001November 1966516 HC-0889-RClub HouseSoil Conser. Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
R-4002February 1967560 HC-1057-RDay Camp ShelterCity of Greensboro, N.C., Parks & Recreation Dept. (alt)
R-4003May 1965436 BC-0891-RAssembly BuildingU.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service (alt)
R-4004September 1969672 BF-0890-RClubhouseU.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service (alt)
R-4005/R-4006/
R-4007/R-4008
July 1982
N-1626-RSenior Adult Activity CenterDon Lutes, Lutes/Sanetel/Architects pc
R-4015/R-4016/
R-4017/R-4018
July 1978
N-1557-RBeach Access & ShelterNorfolk, Dept. of Pks. & Rec., VA
R-4025February 1967557 HF-0916-RLookout PlatformSoil Conserv. Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
R-4026May 1961296 HS-0422-RObservation TowerWisconsin, Rib Mountain State Park (alt)
R-4050November 1961231 HC-0512-RVista House StructureState Parks & Recreation Commission, Washington
R-4051December 1970740 BC-1014-RBeach PavilionCanada, Manitoba Mines & Nat. Resour. (alt)
R-4052December 1965472 HN-1022-RDining PavilionCallaway Gardens, Pine Mountain, Georgia (alt)
R-4053December 1965469 BC-1017-RBeach PavilionFlorida, City of Venice (alt)
R-4054February 1966485 HC-0985-RPavilionHawaii, Kahe Point Beach Park, Honolua (alt)
R-4055November 1961231 HC-0512-RVista House StructureWashington, State Parks & Recreation Commission (alt)
R-4056September 1969673 BC-1203-RPark ShelterMissouri, Jackson Co. Pk. Dept. (alt)
R-4057/R-4058July 1973905 BN-1375-R1Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4059/R-4060July 1973907 BN-1375-R3Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4061July 1973909 BN-1375-R5Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4062/R-4063July 1973910 BN-1375-R6Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4064July 1973912 BN-1375-R8Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4065July 1973913 BN-1375-R9Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4066July 1973914 BN-1375-R10Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4067July 1973915 BN-1375-R11Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4068July 1973916 BN-1375-R12Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4069July 1973917 BN-1375-R13Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4070January 1960147 HC-0281-RPicnic Site Layout, TrailsideBritish Columbia, Dept. of Recreation & Conservation, Parks Branch
R-4070/R-4071July 1973918 BN-1375-R14Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4071November 1961227 HC-0282-RPicnic Site LayoutBritish Columbia, Dept. of Recreation and Conservation
R-4071January 1960147 HC-0281-RTrailside Picnic SiteBritish Columbia, Dept. of Recreation & Conservation, Parks Branch
R-4072June 1967576 BS-0801-RRoadside Picnic-Rest StopArizona, Highway Department
R-4072July 1973920 BN-1375-R16Beach PavilionChatham County, Georgia
R-4085/R-4086Summer 1980
N-1615-RAngle-Roofed Picnic ShelterCity of Norfolk, Virginia
R-4087/R-4088/
R-4089/R-4090
January 19761032 BC-1481-RShelterNevada, State Planning Board
R-4091/R-4092/
R-4093/R-4094
January 19761033 BC-1480-RShelter with KitchenNevada, State Planning Board
R-4095July 19751014 BN-1453-RClassic YurtShelter Publications, P.O. Box 279, Bolinas, CA 94924 $6 + 36¢ Postage
R-4096July 19751015 BN-1454-RContemporary YurtWm. S. Coperthwaite, The Yurt Foundation
R-4097/R-4098July 19751016 BN-1455-RHoganShelter Publications, P.O. Box 279, Salinas, CA 94924 $6 + 36¢ Postage
R-4099December 1972868 BN-0810-RActivities ShelterBoy Scouts of America
R-4100January 19573 (rev.)C-0080-RShelter, StoveOregon, State Highway Commission, Department of State Parks
R-4100December 1972869 BC-1358-R1Picnic ShelterNew Mexico, Villanueva State Park
R-4101January 19575 (rev.)C-0127-RShelterMassachusetts, Department of Natural Resources, Plan S.D.S.
R-4101December 1972870 BC-1358-R2Picnic ShelterNew Mexico, Villanueva State Park
R-4102July 195725C-0075-R(1)Picnic ShelterIndiana, Department of Conservation, Plan E-4
R-4102December 1972871 BC-1358-R3Picnic ShelterNew Mexico, Villanueva State Park
R-4103July 195726C-0075-R(2)Picnic ShelterIndiana, Department of Conservation, Plan E-5 (alt)
R-4104July 195727C-0075-R(3)Picnic ShelterIndiana, Department of Conservation, Plan E-7 (alt)
R-4105July 195728 EC-0075-R(4)Fireplace Detail, Picnic ShelterIndiana, Dept. of Conservation (alt)
R-4106July 195720C-0024-RPicnic ShelterOhio, Department of Natural Resources
R-4106December 1970737 HF-0783-RCooking ShelterSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
R-4107July 195731S-0163-RPicnic ShelterNational Park Service, Plan PKY-NT-3008
R-4107December 1971818 LC-1338-RPicnic ShelterTexas, Goose Island State Park
R-4108July 195872C-0169-RPicnic ShelterCity of Louisville, Plan No. 20-07-795 (alt)
R-4109November 1958H 76C-0171-RPicnic ShelterDade County, Florida, Department of Parks
R-4110November 1958W 86C-0256-RPark ShelterMissouri, State Park Board, Everitt & Keleti, Architects, Job No. 5606
R-4111November 1958C 84C-0190-RConcrete Shelter, Type "G"Cook County, Illinois, Forest Preserve District, Plan No. 25-6 (alt)
R-4112February 1959H 89C-0189-RConcrete Shelter, Type "H"Cook County, Illinois, Forest Preserve District, Plan No. 25-5 (alt)
R-4113December 1970747 BC-1214-BWarming ShelterJack Hewitt, Md. Nat. Cap. Pk. & Pln. Com.
R-4114January 1960155 A&GN-0379-RShelterTopeka, Kansas, (Kleine & Bradley, Architects), Topeka Park Department (alt)
R-4115January 1960149 A&GC-0318-RPicnic ShelterCentral New York, State Parks Commission, Verona Beach State Park
R-4115December 1970739 BC-0946-RPicnic ShelterMaine, State Highway Com. (alt)
R-4116May 1960168 HN-0384-RPark ShelterPortland Cement Assn., Sorey, Hill & Sorey, Architects, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (alt) (alt)
R-4117May 1961210 HN-0450-RCook ShelterOhio, Cleveland Metropolitan Park District (alt) (alt)
R-4118July 1962254 HC-0403-RShelter, CombinationWisconsin Conservation Department
R-4118December 1970741 BC-1016-RPicnic ShelterKansas, Park Authority (alt)
R-4119December 1962278 HS-0530-RPicnic ShelterBureau of Reclamation, Kansas River Projects (alt)
R-4120December 1962282 HC-0427-RShelter HouseCleveland Metropolitan Park District, Rocky River Reservation (alt)
R-4121December 1962287 HN-0712-RAssembly Hall-Picnic ShelterHamilton County Council, Tennessee
R-4122March 1963300 BS-0666-RPicnic Shelter Lift Type "J"Illinois, Cook County Forest Preserve District
R-4123July 1963314 HC-0730-RPark ShelterIllinois, Kiwanis Park, Brookfield (alt)
R-4124July 1963317 HF-0769-RPicnic ShelterU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers Civil Works, Washington, D.C. (alt)
R-4125January 1964364 HF-0770-RShelter, PicnicU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers, Civil Works (alt)
R-4126May 1965437 HF-0892-RShelter BuildingU.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Texas State Parks Board (alt)
R-4127December 1971795 HC-1211-RPicnic ShelterMassachusetts, Dept. of Natural Resources
R-4128January 1964346 HC-0376-RCamp StoveIndiana, Conservation Department, Division of Engineering
R-4128December 1965471 HC-1019-RPicnic ShelterFlorida, John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park
R-4128December 1971816 LC-1326-RFamily & Group ShelterGeorgia, Department of State Parks
R-4129February 1966488 HC-1004-RShelter HouseCleveland Metropolitan Park District, Bradley Woods Reservation
R-4130February 1966489 HC-1013-RPicnic ShelterCanada, Manitoba Department of Mines & Natural Resources
R-4131February 1966490 HC-1021-RPicnic ShelterFlorida, Maclay Gardens State Park (alt)
R-4132February 1966483 HN-0838-RShelter BuildingWisconsin, Conservation Department, Division of Forests and Parks (alt)
R-4133July 1966513 HC-1033-RPark ShelterFlorida, Pinellas County, For DeSoto Park (alt)
R-4134November 1966536 HC-1069-RStandard Shade ShelterColorado, Dr. Authur T. Wilcox (alt)
R-4135November 1966531 BC-1076-RKitchen Shelter & Stone StoveNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4136February 1967551 HN-0451-RCook House "B"Cleveland Metropolitan Parks (alt)
R-4137February 1967556 HC-0896-RPicnic Table Sun ShelterKansas, State Highway Commission (alt)
R-4138June 1967574 BC-0726-RRest Area ShelterGeorgia, Highway Department (alt)
R-4139June 1967589 HC-1100-RPicnic ShelterColumbus Metropolitan Park District, Ohio (alt)
R-4140January 1968620 HC-1132-RPicnic ShelterNevada, State Park System (alt)
R-4141January 1968621 HC-1134-RPicnic ShelterNevada, State Park System (alt)
R-4142January 19573 (rev.)C-0080-RStove ShelterOregon, State Highway Commission (alt)
R-4143September 1969683 HC-0947-RPicnic ShelterCalifornia, Kern Co. Plng. Comm. (alt)
R-4144September 1969684 HC-1175-RRecreation ShelterFort Lauderdale, Florida (alt)
R-4145August 1970699 HC-1228-RRecreation ShelterGreensboro Pks. Dept., Greensboro, North Carolina (alt)
R-4146August 1970700 HC-1230-RPicnic ShelterGreensboro Pks. Dept., Greensboro, North Carolina (alt)
R-4147December 1971792 HC-1168-RPicnic ShelterFort Lauderdale, Florida
R-4148December 1971791 FC-1167-RShelter for Bus StopFort Lauderdale, Florida
R-4151December 195747C-0164-R(2)Barbecue Pit and FireplaceFlorida, Park Service, Plan No. L-2, Job No. L-30
R-4152December 195746C-0164-R(1)Barbecue ShelterFlorida, State Park Service
R-4153December 1973935 BF-1384-R(1)Bench ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4154December 1973936 BF-1384-R(2)Bench ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4155December 1973937 BF-1384-R(3)Bench ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4156December 1973938 BF-1384-R(4)Bench ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4157May 1974963 BF-1378-R1Picnic Shelter Type-B1U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4158May 1974964 BF-1378-R2Picnic Shelter Type-B1U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4159May 1974965 BF-1378-R3Picnic Shelter Type-B1U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4160May 1974966 BF-1378-R4Picnic Shelter Type-B1U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4161May 1974967 BF-1378-R5Picnic Shelter Type-B1U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4162May 1974968 BN-1373-RAid Station ShelterAmerican Wood Preservers Ins.
R-4163/R-4164/
R-4165/R-4166
July 19761037 BC-1478-RPicnic ShelterFlorida, Pinellas County, Park Department
R-4173/R-4174October 1978
N-1596-RPicnic Shelter with SunscreenNorthern Virginia Regional Park Authority
R-4175March 1963299 BF-0655-RFire RingForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
R-4175/R-4176/
R-4177/R-4178
October 1978
N-1597-RGazebo on the WaterNorthern Virginia Regional Park Authority
R-4179/R-4180July 1979
S-1576-RGroup Picnic ShelterRay Leland, Worth Asso., Billings, MT
R-4181/R-4182January 1980
S-1604-RFour Party Picnic ShelterB. Newcomb, NPS - USDI
R-4183/R-4184January 1980
S-1534-RPicnic Shelter for Two GroupsDick Kusek, NPS - USDI
R-4191/R-4192July 19751017 BF-1456-RCooking StandardRecreational Buildings and Facilities, USDA, Handbook No. 438
R-4193July 1974991 BF-1411-R1Sheltered Barbeque PitsAgricultural Research Serv., U.S.D.A.
R-4194July 1974992 BF-1411-R2Sheltered Barbeque PitsAgricultural Research Serv., U.S.D.A.
R-4195December 1973939 GCS-0675-RCharcoal GrillNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
R-4196December 1973940 HF-0774-RFireplaceU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4197June 1972834 HF-0777-RFireplace for GroupsDept. of the Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4198June 1972835 HF-0775-RPicnic StoveDept. of the Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4199June 1972836 HF-0776-R(1)Family Cook StoveDept. of the Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4200January 19571C-0029-RPicnic StoveWashington, Parks and Recreation Commission
R-4200June 1972837 HF-0776-R(2)Family Cook StoveDept. of the Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4201January 19576 (rev.)C-0130-RPicnic StovePennsylvania, Department of Forests and Waters, Plan S-4, Sheet 5 (alt)
R-4202April 195852S-0142-RPicnic StoveNational Park Service, Plan No. NP-RM-5469 (alt)
R-4203July 195722C-0045-RPicnic Stove BaseIllinois, Department of Conservation, Plan STD (alt)
R-4204April 195855S-0144-RPicnic StoveNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Plan No. PKY-BR GEN-2197-A (alt)
R-4205July 195866S-0145-RPrefabricated FireplaceNational Park Service, U.S Department of the Interior, Plan No. PG-1415-A (alt)
R-4206November 1958H 74C-0151-BPicnic Grill & FormIndiana, Department of Conservation, Plan No. 49-74 (alt)
R-4207November 1958H 80F-0166-RCamp StoveForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Plan 116-A R-6 Recreation HDBK
R-4208February 1959H 90S-0257-ROutdoor FireplaceNational Park Service, Drawing No. NRA-LM/2360
R-4209May 1959109 BC-0212-RPicnic StoveIndiana, Conservation Department, Plan No. 49-56-A (alt)
R-4210May 1959110 BC-0069-RFireplaceNew Jersey, Department of Conservation & Economic Development, Plan No. 1-12 2.52.4 (alt)
R-4211May 1959121 BC-0309-ROutdoor FireplaceCentral New York, State Parks Commission, Plan No. 7115-1-1A (alt)
R-4212May 1959122 BC-0206-RPicnic Stove BaseIndiana, Conservation Department, Plan No. E-16 (alt)
R-4213May 1961209 HN-0449-RPark StoveOhio, Cleveland Metropolitan Park District
R-4214September 1961221 HS-0330-RMetal FireplaceNational Park Service, Plan No. N.R.L.V. 2261
R-4215March 1962239 HC-0357-RPicnic Fireplace w/StandOtter Creek Park, City of Louisville (alt)
R-4216March 1963296 BC-0611-RPark Stove and MountHuron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority, Detroit, Michigan (alt)
R-4217March 1963298 BF-0654-R"Klamath" StoveForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
R-4218January 1964346 HC-0376-RCamp StoveIndiana, Conservation Department, Division of Engineering (alt)
R-4219June 1964386 HF-0787-RPrecast FireplaceForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
R-4220December 1970749 HC-1217-RFireplace-GrillTennessee, David Crockett S.P. (alt)
R-4221May 1965446 HN-0982-RBarbeque GrillAkron, Ohio, Metropolitan Park District (alt)
R-4222May 1965452 HC-1001-R4-Position Picnic GrillHawaii, City & County of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks & Recreation (alt)
R-4223July 1966508 HC-0976-RCircular FireplaceMaryland, Dept. of Forest & Parks, Cunningham Falls Sta. Pk.
R-4224June 1967570 HC-0371-RDouble FireplaceNew Hampshire, Forestry & Recreation Dept.
R-4225January 1968609 BC-0940-RMetal Picnic GrillKansas, State Highway Commission (alt)
R-4226January 1968618 BS-1130-RBeehive CampstoveNational Park Service, SERO, U.S. Dept. of the Interior (alt)
R-4227January 19571 EC-0029-RPicnic StoveWashington, Parks & Recreation Comm. (alt)
R-4228December 1968644 SC-0938-RPicnic FireplaceMinnesota, Dept. of Highways (alt)
R-4229December 1968645 HS-1085-RCamp StoveNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
R-4230December 1968646 SS-1086-RCamp StoveNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
R-4231December 1968647 HS-1087-RCamp StoveNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
R-4232December 1968648 HS-1088-RCamp StoveNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
R-4233September 1969674 HC-0610-RGrill PlatformNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4234September 1969675 HC-1127-RCampground StoveIdaho, Department of Parks (alt)
R-4235December 1970726 HC-0293-RFireplaceCanada, British Columbia
R-4236December 1970745 BC-1186-RCampfire RingGeorgia, High Falls S.P.
R-4237December 1970725 HC-0292-RCast Steel FireplaceCanada, British Columbia (alt)
R-4238December 1970724 HS-0257-RGrillNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4239March 1963299 BF-0655-RFire RingForest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
R-4240December 1970723 HS-0239-RFireplaceNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
R-4241December 1972872 BC-1356-R1Log Picnic TableNew Mexico, State Parks & Recreation Comm.
R-4242December 1972873 BC-1356-R2Log Picnic TableNew Mexico, State Parks & Recreation Comm.
R-4243December 1972874 BC-1301-RDressing Room BenchNorth Carolina, Cliffs of Neuse S.P.
R-4244December 1972875 BC-1376-R1Log Picnic TableCentral & Southern Florida, Flood Control District
R-4245December 1972876 BC-1376-R2Log Picnic TableCentral & Southern Florida, Flood Control District
R-4246December 1972877 BC-1376-R3Rod Positioning Assembly for R-4244Central & Southern Florida, Flood Control District
R-4247December 1972878 HN-0805-BDining Room TableBoy Scouts of America
R-4248December 1972879 HN-0804-RDining Room BenchesBoys Scouts of America
R-4249June 1972838 HF-0779-RPicnic TableDept. of the Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4250January 195715 (rev.)C-0157-RPicnic TableWashington, Parks and Recreation Commission
R-4250June 1972839 HF-0778-RConcrete TableDept. of the Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4251January 195716 (rev.)C-0158-RPicnic TableCook County, Ill., Forest Preserve District (alt)
R-4252July 195729N-0085-RPicnic Table, ConcreteBernheim Forest, Kentucky (alt)
R-4253December 195733C-0025-RPicnic TableOhio, Department of Natural Resources, Plan No. 107-X-1.1
R-4254December 195741C-0112-RPicnic TableCity of Seattle, Department of Parks, Plan No. S.D.-M-30
R-4255April 195853S-0143-R (1)Picnic TablesNational Park Service, Plan No. PKY-BR GEN-2051-F
R-4256April 195854S-0143-R (2)Picnic TableNational Park Service, Plan No. PKY-BR GEN-2051-F
R-4257May 195858 (rev.)C-0046-RPicnic TableIowa, Conservation Commission
R-4258July 195867 IS-0146-RPrefabricated Picnic TableNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
R-4259November 1958H 73S-0149-RConcrete Table & Bench CombinationNational Park Service, Plan No. NPGSM 2484-C
R-4260November 1958C 83S-0203-RPicnic TablesNational Park Service, Drawing No. NM/JT-2024
R-4261February 1959H 91C-0302-RCircular Picnic TableSeguin, Texas (alt)
R-4262February 1959H 94S-0323-RCovered Picnic TableNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Drawing No. N.M./W.S. 2129
R-4263May 1959111 BS-0201-RPicnic Table, ConcreteNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Plan No. P.G. 1427 (Reg. 3) (alt)
R-4264May 1959112 HC-0119-RPicnic TableMichigan, Department of Conservation, Parks and Recreation Division, Plan No. SL-126
R-4265May 1959113 CC-0246-RPicnic TableJapan, Ministry of Health and Welfare, National Parks Division, Mikuma-Yama, Sumoto City, Setonaikai National Park
R-4266November 1959133 A&GC-0244-RTable & Bench CombinationBritish Columbia, Dept. of Recreation & Conservation, Parks Branch
R-4267September 1961219 HC-0240-RPicnic TableDepartment of Parks, City of Seattle, Washington
R-4268December 1962285 HF-0681-RPicnic TableBureau of Land Management, Department of the Interior
R-4269May 1965450 HC-0999-RTables and BenchesHawaii, City & County of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks & Recreation (alt)
R-4270February 1966476 HC-0191-RStationary Picnic TablesIllinois, Cook County, Forest Preserve District (alt)
R-4271July 1966493 HN-0734-RPicnic TableBill Kelsey, Lake Sunapee Campgrounds (alt)
R-4272June 1967598 BF-1123-RPicnic TableU.S. Army, Corps of Engineers (alt)
R-4273December 1968649 HC-0945-RConcrete Picnic TableNevada, Dept. of Highways
R-4274December 1968650 BC-0608-RConcrete Picnic TableArizona, Highway Department
R-4275January 19574C-0107-RPark BenchCity of Seattle, Department of Parks, Plan S.D. 29, Sheet 1 (alt)
R-4276January 19577 (rev.)C-0132-RPark BenchMaine, State Park Commission (alt)
R-4277May 1960166 HC-0316-RBench, Precast ConcreteNew York, Central NY State Parks Comm. (alt)
R-4278September 1961225 HN-0476-RSkater's BenchCity of Hartford, Park Department (alt)
R-4279July 1962259 CC-0537-RBench, AmphitheaterCalifornia, Division of Beaches and Parks (alt)
R-4280January 1964353 HC-0737-RBench, Playfield w/storage boxOntario, Townshipo of Etobicoke, Parks Department (alt)
R-4281June 1964391 HC-0825-R(b)BenchCalifornia, Dept. of Parks & Recreation, Div. of Beaches & Parks
R-4282June 1964367 HC-0362-RForm for Bench EndRhode Island, Division of Parks and Beaches (alt)
R-4283January 1965402 HC-0296-RPark BenchCanada, Province of British Columbia, Dept. of Rec. and Conserv. (alt)
R-4284January 1965403 HC-0297-RPark BenchCanada, Province of British Columbia, Dept. of Rec. and Conserv. (alt)
R-4285May 1965432 HC-0224-RTrail BenchIndiana, Conservation Department
R-4286May 1965440 HC-0977-RSkating Pond BenchAkron, Metro. Pk. Dist., Ohio
R-4287July 1966507 HC-0976-RSeating for Circular FireplaceMaryland, Dept. of Forests & Pks. (alt)
R-4288June 1967577 BN-0846-RPatio BenchF. J. Goodrich, Omaha, Nebraska (alt)
R-4289January 1968605 BF-0894-RPark BenchU.S. Forest Service, Department of Agriculture (alt)
R-4290January 195715 (rev.)C-0157-RPicnic TableWashington, Parks & Recreation Commission (alt)
R-4291December 1968651 BC-1218-RTable, Stack TypeMissouri, Jackson County Park Dept.
R-4292December 1968652 BC-1220-RTable, Stack TypeMissouri, Jackson County Park Dept.
R-4293December 1968653 BC-1223-RRevolving Picnic SiteMissouri, Jackson County Pk. Dept.
R-4294December 1968654 BC-1224-R2 Station TableMissouri, Jackson County Park Dept.
R-4295September 1969689 HC-1179-RPark BenchFort Lauderdale, Florida
R-4296September 1969690 BC-1221-RPicnic NicheMissouri, Jackson County Park Dept.
R-4297December 1970744 HC-1183-BLog BenchKarol Klonowski, Allegany St. Pk. Com. (alt)
R-4298December 1970734 HN-0660-RBenchCalifornia, Garden Grove (alt)
R-4299December 1970731 HS-0621-RPark BenchNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4300January 1960150 A&GS-0320-RAmphitheater, Stage, Screen & Projection BoothNational Park Service, Yosemite NP
R-4300December 1970738 HC-0943-RPicnic TableMinnesota, Dept. of Highways (alt)
R-4300.1/R-4300.2Spring 1979
C-1593-RBench DesignsPennsylvania, Bu. of State Parks
R-4301May 1961201 HC-0325-RCampfire CenterCalifornia, Division of Beaches and Parks
R-4302December 1962283 HS-0511-RProjection Booth & AmphitheaterNational Park Service, Acadia NP
R-4303March 1963294 BN-0452-RAmphitheater with Music TowerCleveland, Metropolitan Park District (alt)
R-4304November 1963330 BS-0749-RCampground AmphitheaterNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4305June 1964390 HC-0825-R(a)AmphitheatreCalifornia, Dept. of Parks & Recreation, Div. of Beaches & Parks (alt)
R-4306January 1965415 HF-0895-RAmphitheatreU.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service (alt)
R-4307July 1966502 HC-0923-RAssembly Fire RingCalifornia, Dept. of Rec. & Pks. (alt)
R-4308January 1960150 A&GS-0320-RAmphitheater, Stage, Screen, Projection BoothNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4309June 1972840 LS-0869-RProjection ScreenNational Park Service, U.S. Dept. of the Interior
R-4310June 1972841 HC-1239-RAmphitheaterCalifornia, Div. of Beaches & Parks
R-4311/R-4312January 19751003 BC-1323-R(1)Projection Booth & StageGeorgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4317/R-4318October 1977
N-1560-RRustic StageBull Run Park, Fairfax County, VA
R-4319/R-4320/
R-4321/R-4322
January 1978
N-1497-RBand ShellKnights of Columbus, ND
R-4323.1/R-4323.2/
R-4323.3/R-4323.4
July 1979
C-1602-RLow-Cost AmphitheaterDept. of Pks. & Rec., Idaho (C. Hough)
R-4325January 1960160 DN-0396-RVista Cutting - IHighway Research Board, Earl A. Disque (alt)
R-4326January 1960161 DN-0396-MVista Cutting - IIHighway Research Board, Earl A. Disque (alt)
R-4327January 1960162 DN-0396-MVista Cutting - IIIHighway Research Board, Earl A. Disque (alt)
R-4328July 1963326 BS-0823-RTypical Land Use MapNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4329July 1963327 BS-0824-RVista Cutting & MowingNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt) (alt)
R-4331/R-4332July 1978
F-1553-MUse of Vegetation & Natural FormsUSDI's NPS & BuRec., CO, Div. of Pks. & OR and private consultants
R-4350January 1960156 A&GC-0380-RCouncil RingRhode Island, Div. of Parks & Recreation, Beach Pond SP
R-4351February 1967566 BS-1092-RCouncil Circle, Organized CampNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4352January 1960156 A&GC-0380-RCouncil RingRhode Island, Beach Pond State Park (alt)
R-4400July 195717C-0022-R(1)Boat Concession BuildingOhio, Department of Natural Resources
R-4401July 195718C-0022-R(2)Details, Boat Concession BuildingOhio, Department of Natural Resources, Sheet 4 of 4 (alt)
R-4402November 1958H 75C-0168-RConcession BuildingOtter Creek Park, City of Louisville (alt)
R-4403November 1963332 BC-0789-RCommissary BuildingOhio, East Harbor State Park (alt)
R-4404November 1966532 HC-1058-RVending Machine ShelterGreensboro, N.C., Parks & Recreation
R-4405July 195717 EC-0022-R(1)Boat Concession BuildingOhio, Dept. of Natural Resources
R-4406December 1968655 HC-1139-RConcession-BathhouseMichigan, Dept. of Conservation
R-4407June 1972842 FC-1227-R(1)Lakeside Concession BuildingGreensboro, Parks Dept., N.C.
R-4408June 1972843 FC-1227-R(2)Lakeside Concession BuildingGreensboro, Parks Dept., N.C.
R-4409June 1972844 BC-0431-R(1)Mountain Concession BuildingNew Hampshire, Mt. Sunapee State Park
R-4410June 1972845 BC-0431-R(2)Mountain Concession BuildingNew Hampshire, Mt. Sunapee State Park
R-4411June 1972846 FS-1030-R(1)Beach RestaurantPinellas County Parks, Florida
R-4412June 1972847 FS-1030-R(2)Beach RestaurantPinellas County Parks, Florida
R-4413July 1974993 HC-0693-R1Concession BuildingCalifornia, Div. of Beaches & Pks.
R-4414July 1974994 HC-0693-R2Concession BuildingCalifornia, Div. of Beaches & Parks
R-4415/R-4116April 19751007 BC-1448-R1Concession Bldg.Gwathmey-Duke Inc., Springfield, Virginia
R-4419/R-4420/
R-4421/R-4422
January 1979
S-1549-RConcession BuildingMesa Verde NP, NPS - USDI
R-4423/R-4424Spring 1980
N-1444-RConcession-Restroom-Storage FacilityCity of Richardson, Texas
R-4427/R-4428/
R-4429/R-4430
July 1982
F-1380-RConcession BuildingU.S. Army Corps, Engineer Dist., St. Louis
R-4491/R-4492October 1982
S-1433-RGolf Course Half-Way HouseHot Springs Property Owners Asso.
R-4497July 1974995 BF-1303-R1Tennis Court EnclosureU.S. Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4498July 1974996 BF-1303-R2Tennis Court EnclosureU.S. Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4499July 1974997 BF-1303-R3Base Ball BackstopU.S. Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4500November 1961234 HN-0601-RConcrete Ping-Pong TableDept. of Recreation & Parks, Garden Grove, California
R-4500July 1974998 BF-1303-R4Base Ball BackstopU.S. Army, Office, Chief of Engineers
R-4501July 1962268 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4502July 1962269 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4503July 1962270 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4504July 1962271 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4505July 1962272 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4506July 1962273 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4507July 1962274 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4508July 1962275 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4509March 1963301 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co.
R-4510March 1963302 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co.
R-4511March 1963303 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4512July 1963314 HN-0689-RField & Court DimensionsWilson Sporting Goods Co. (alt)
R-4513January 1964356 HC-0740-RMulti-Use Paved Sports AreaOntario, Townshop of Etobicoke, Parks Department (alt)
R-4514January 1964362 HN-0603-RChildren's SwingCalifornia, City of Garden Grove, Dept. of Recreation & Parks (alt)
R-4515January 1964363 HN-0661-R"Space Spin" Rotating SwingCalifornia, City of Garden Grove, Recreation & Parks Dept. (alt)
R-4516January 1964366 HC-0735-RBackstop, Athletic FieldOntario, Township of Etobicoke, Parks Department (alt)
R-4517January 1965404 HC-0497-RCovered Wagon for PlaygroundDetroit, Michigan, Parks amp; Recreation Dept. (alt)
R-4518January 1965405 HC-0499-RLighthouse SlideDetroit, Michigan, Parks & Recreation Dept. (alt)
R-4519January 1965406 HC-0503-RElephant SlideDetroit, Michigan, Parks & Recreation Dept. (alt)
R-4520January 1965407 HC-0502-RShoe SlideDetroit, Michigan, Parks & Recreation Dept. (alt)
R-4521January 1965423 HC-0973-RClub HouseMaryland-National Capital Park and Planning Comm. (alt)
R-4522December 1965473 HN-1023-RGolf ShelterSea Pines Plantation Company (alt)
R-4523December 1965474 HN-1024-RWindbreak ShelterWildwood Golf and Country Club, New Jersey (alt)
R-4524November 1966525 HC-1034-RPost-Ladder SlideCanada, Saskatchewan Dept. Nat. Res., Park Planning Branch (alt)
R-4525January 1964351 HN-0540-RFiring RangeBoy Scouts of America(alt)
R-4526May 1965439 HC-0975-RGolf Club RackMaryland-National Capital Park and Planning Comm. (alt)
R-4527November 1966526 HC-1035-RSand Pit and Sand HeapCanada, Saskatchewan Dept. Nat. Res., Park Planning Branch (alt)
R-4529November 1966528 HC-1037-RHill PlaygroundCanada, Saskatchewan Dept. Nat. Res., Park Planning Branch (alt)
R-4530November 1966529 HC-1044-RBoat-Shaped SandboxCanada, Saskatchewan Dept. Nat. Res., Park Planning Branch (alt)
R-4531November 1961234 HN-0601-RConcrete Ping-Pong TableCalifornia, Dept. of Recreation & Parks
R-4532September 1969676 HC-1212-RTennis NetMichigan, Flint Recreation & Park Board
R-4533September 1969681 HC-1174-RLighted Handball CourtsFort Lauderdale, Florida
R-4534September 1969682 HN-1162-RJoggling BoardGardner-Gidley and Associates
R-4535August 1970701 HN-1166-RShuffleboard CourtsFt. Lauderdale, Florida
R-4536August 1970702 HC-1180-RBeach PlatformFt. Lauderdale, Florida
R-4537August 1970703 HC-1039-RTight RopeCanada
R-4538August 1970704 HC-1046-RPole CorralCanada
R-4539August 1970705 HC-1041-RPost Run-AlongsCanada
R-4540August 1970706 HC-1040-RBalancing BarsCanada
R-4541August 1970707 HC-1049-RRope ClimbsCanada
R-4542August 1970708 HC-1051-RLog SwingCanada
R-4543August 1970709 HC-1053-RClimbing BarsCanada
R-4544August 1970710 HC-1047-RMazeCanada
R-4545August 1970711 HN-1161-RAnimal Play FormsGardner-Gidley & Associates
R-4546August 1970712 HN-1159-RAnimal Play FormGardner-Gidley & Associates
R-4547August 1970713 HN-1160-RClimbing LogsGardner-Gidley & Associates
R-4548August 1970714 HN-1158-RBouncing LogsGardner-Gidley & Associates
R-4549September 1971757 FF-1309-R(1)Polo FieldOffice of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4550March 1962244 HC-0430-RWarming HutNew Hampshire, Mt. Sunapee State Park
R-4550September 1971758 FF-1309-R(2)Goal Post & Guard BoardOffice of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4551March 1962245 HC-0471-RSki ShelterVermont, Dept. of Forests & Parks (alt)
R-4552February 1966484 HC-0888-RSki BuildingCalifornia, Kern County, Public Works Department (alt)
R-4553January 1968603 HS-0620-RBasketball StandardNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
R-4554March 1962244 HC-0430-RWarming HutNew Hampshire, Mt. Sunapee State Park
R-4555September 1971759 BF-1308-R(1)Skeet FieldOffice of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4556September 1971760 FF-1308-R(2)Skeet Field (High House)Office of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4557September 1971761 FF-1308-R(3)Skeet Field (High House)Office of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4558September 1971762 FF-1308-R(4)Skeet Field (High, Low House)Office of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4559September 1971763 FF-1308-R(5)Skeet Field (High, Low House)Office of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4560September 1971764 FF-1308-R(6)Skeet Field (Low House)Office of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4561September 1971765 FF-1308-R(7)Skeet Field (Target Openings, Guard)Office of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4562September 1971766 FF-1305-RArchery Range, TargetOffice of Engineers, U.S. Army
R-4563September 1971767 BC-1333-R(1)Miniature Golf Course (Layout)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4564September 1971768 BC-1333-R(2)Miniature Golf Course (Standard Details)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4565September 1971769 BC-1333-R(3)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 1)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4566September 1971770 BC-1333-R(4)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 2)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4567September 1971771 BC-1333-R(5)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 3)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4568September 1971772 BC-1333-R(6)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 4)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4569September 1971773 BC-1333-R(7)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 5)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4570September 1971774 BC-1333-R(8)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 6)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4571September 1971775 BC-1333-R(9)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 7)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4572September 1971776 BC-1333-R(10)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 8)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4573September 1971777 BC-1333-R(11)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 9)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4574September 1971778 BC-1333-R(12)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 10)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4575September 1971779 BC-1333-R(13)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 11)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4576September 1971780 BC-1333-R(14)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 12)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4577September 1971781 BC-1333-R(15)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 13)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4578September 1971782 BC-1333-R(16)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 14)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4579September 1971783 BC-1333-R(17)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 15)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4580September 1971784 BC-1333-R(18)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 16)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4581September 1971785 BC-1333-R(19)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 17)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4582September 1971786 BC-1333-R(20)Miniature Golf Course (Hole No. 18)Georgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4583December 1971810 FF-1310-R(A)Clock GolfU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4584December 1971811 FF-1310-RGolf Driving RangeU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4585December 1971808 BF-1307-RTennis Nets & PostsU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4586December 1971809 BF-1307-R(B)Tennis Nets & PostsU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4587December 1971807 BF-1306-RVolley Ball Nets & PostsU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4588December 1971790 HS-0625-RHorseshoe CourtsNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior
R-4589December 1971801 BF-1302-R(A)Quarter Mile Running TrackU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4590December 1971802 BF-1302-R(B)Track DrainageU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4591December 1971803 BF-1302-R(C)Pole VaultU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4592December 1971804 BF-1302-R(D)Javelin ThrowU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4593December 1971805 BF-1302-R(E)Shot Put, Discus & Hammer ThrowU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4594December 1971806 BF-1302-R(F)Running High & Broad JumpU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4595June 1972848 LC-1257-R(1)BackstopAnaheim, Pk. & Rec. Dept., Calif.
R-4596June 1972849 LC-1257-R(2)BackstopAnaheim, Pk. & Rec. Dept., Calif.
R-4597December 1973941 HC-1045-R(1)Old Rowboat Play FormCanada, Dept. of Natural Resources
R-4598December 1973942 HC-1045-R(2)Abandon Truck Play FormCanada, Dept. of Natural Resources
R-4599December 1973943 HC-1048-RTree RopeCanada, Dept. of Natural Resources
R-4600December 1973944 HC-1043-RPlay SculpturesCanada, Dept. of Natural Resources
R-4601/R-4602October 1978
N-1462-RSpeed Circle for U-Control PlanesLongview, Texas, Parks & Recreation Dept.
R-4603/R-4604/
R-4605/R-4606/
R-4607/R-4608/
R-4609/R-4610
Summer 1980
N-1599-RChildren's Play FortDarrell G. Winslow, Upton Hill Regional Park
R-4630aMay 1959114a BC-0243-RSwimming Pool FilterLouisiana, State Parks & Recreation Commission, Plan No. L.E. 9069-(4-4)4
R-4630bMay 1959114b BC-0243-RSwimming Pool FilterLouisiana, State Parks & Recreation Commission, Plan No. L.E. 9069-(4-4)4
R-4631January 1964354 HC-0738-RSpray Pool for childrenOntario, Township of Etobicoke, Parks Department (alt)
R-4632June 1964368 HN-0541-RSwimming PoolsBoy Scouts of America (alt)
R-4633December 195742 (rev.) IC-0159-RConcrete BeachWest Virginia, Conservation Commission
R-4634February 1966487 HC-0998-ROutdoor ShowerHawaii, City & County of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks & Recreation
R-4635June 1972850 LC-1299-R(1)Outdoor Shower PadCalifornia, Div. of Beaches & Parks
R-4636June 1972851 LC-1299-R(2)Outdoor Shower PadCalifornia, Div. of Beaches & Parks
R-4637May 1974969 HF-1389-ROutdoor ShowerU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers
R-4638May 1974970 GCC-1250-RSunning BoardIllinois, Elmhurst Park District
R-4670December 195742 (rev.)C-0159-RConcrete BeachWest Virginia, Conservation Commission
R-4700January 19579 (rev.)C-0134-RBath HouseMaine, State Park Commission, Plan SG-107 Sheet 2 of 15
R-4701July 195865C-0078-RBathhouse and ConcessionNew Jersey, Department of Conservation and Economic Development
R-4701June 1972852 LC-1367-R(1)Prefab Dressing EnclosureMichigan, Dept. of Conservation
R-4702November 1958W 88S-0185-RBathhouse & Comfort StationNational Park Service, Plan No. N.R.A./CD-2033A
R-4702June 1972853 LC-1367-R(2)Prefab Dressing EnclosureMichigan, Dept. of Conservation
R-4703February 1959H 92C-0264-RFacility BuildingOregon, State Highway Department, Drawing No. 13943 (alt)
R-4704May 1960164 HC-0310-RBath HouseNew York, Verona Beach State Park, Central NY State Parks Comm. (alt)
R-4705December 1960188 HC-0390-BBathhouse-Toilet, Combination BuildingCalifornia, Div. of Beaches & Parks (alt)
R-4706November 1961232 HC-0527-RBath HouseDepartment of Public Works, Ohio (alt)
R-4707November 1963331 HF-0781-RChange ShelterU.S. Army, The Chief of Engineers, Civil Works, Washington, D.C. (alt)
R-4708January 1964357 HF-0780-RChange ShelterOffice of Chief Engineers, Civil Works, U.S. Army (alt)
R-4709June 1964395 HC-0848-RDressing Stockade and ConcessionsOhio, Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (alt)
R-4710June 1964396 HC-0849-RDressing Stockade and ConcessionsOhio, Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (alt)
R-4711December 1965462 HC-0304-RBathhouse & ToiletWashington, Moses Lake State Park (alt)
R-4712November 1966517 HC-0920-RBathhouseSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture
R-4713November 1966530 HC-1056-RBathhouseCity of Burlington, Vt., Park Department (alt)
R-4714January 1968610 BC-1028-RBathhouse and Concession Bldg.Florida, Pinellas County Parks, Fort DeSoto Park (alt)
R-4715January 1968613 HC-1113-RBathhouseMaine, State Parks and Recreation Commission
R-4716January 19579 (rev.)C-0134-RBath HouseMaine, State Park Commission
R-4717December 1972880 BC-1361-R(B)1Concession BuildingMichigan, Metamora-Hadley RA
R-4718December 1972881 BC-1361-R(B)2Concession BuildingMichigan, Metamora-Hadley RA
R-4719December 1972882 GCC-0716-R1Change ShelterWisconsin, Conservation Department
R-4720December 1972883 GCC-0716-R2Details of Change ShelterWisconsin, Conservation Department
R-4721/R-4722April 19751008 BC-1423-R1BathhouseNorthern Virginia, Pohick Bay Regional Park
R-4723/R-4724April 19751009 BC-1209-R1BathhouseMassachusetts, Paradise Pond SP
R-4725/R-4726/
R-4727/R-4728
April 19751010 BC-1264-R1Bathhouse/ConcessionMichigan, Warren Dunes SP
R-4733/R-4734July 1979
S-1578-RSwimmers' Change HouseRay Leland, Worth Asso., Billings, MT
R-4735February 1966487 HC-0998-ROutdoor ShowerHawaii, City & County of Honolulu, Dept. of Parks & Recreation
R-4750July 1962253 HC-0354-RBoat House (Boating Development)Morrow Mountain State Park, North Carolina
R-4751January 1964347 HN-0441-RFloating BoathouseDow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan (alt)
R-4752January 1965417 HN-0924-RCanoe Storage RacksAmerican National Red Cross (alt)
R-4753February 1967552 HS-0458-RCovered Boat ShedNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4754February 1967558 HF-0921-RBoat HouseSoil Conservation Serv., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
R-4755July 1962253 HC-0354-RBoat HouseNorth Carolina, Morrow Mtn. St. Pk.
R-4756December 1970752 HF-1236-RBoat MooringPalisades Interstate Pk. Com.
R-4775/R-4776July 19761038 BS-1434-RConcession Bait HouseTerry R. Edwards, Hot Springs Villige, Hot Springs NP
R-4800December 195748N-0196-RMarina RailwayGovernment Services, Inc., Plan No. M-1 Project No. 721-C
R-4801November 1958H 77C-0174-RMarinaOhio, Department of Natural Resources, Plan No. 9HW-J-25-1.5
R-4802December 195748N-0196-RMarina RailwayGovernment Serv., Inc., Plan M-1 Project 721-C
R-4803December 1973945 BN-0440-R(1)Floating MarinaDow Chemical Co.
R-4804December 1973946 BN-0440-R(2)Floating MarinaDow Chemical Co.
R-4805December 1973947 BN-0440-R(3)Floating MarinaDow Chemical Co.
R-4806December 1973948 BN-0440-R(4)Floating MarinaDow Chemical Co.
R-4807December 1973949 BN-0440-R(5)Floating Marina Gangway & WalkwayDow Chemical Co.
R-4808December 1973950 BN-0440-R(6)Floating MarinaDow Chemical Co.
R-4847May 1974971 BN-1412-R112-Sided Dinghy FloatCanada, British Columbia
R-4848May 1974972 BN-1412-R212-Sided Dinghy FloatCanada, British Columbia
R-4849May 1974973 BN-1412-R312-Sided Dinghy FloatCanada, British Columbia
R-4850May 1974974 BN-1412-R412-Sided Dinghy FloatCanada, British Columbia
R-4850May 195863 (rev.)C-0195-RBoat DocksOhio, Department of Natural Resources, Plan No. 124-X-1.1
R-4851May 1960115 CC-0221-RFloating DockIndiana, Conservation Department, Plan No. 90
R-4852January 1960152 A&GS-0337-RDock, CantileveredNational Park Service, Isle Royale NP
R-4853May 1960165 HC-0313-RBoat DockNew York, Green Lakes State Park, Central NY State Parks Comm. (alt)
R-4854May 1961211 HC-0454-RBoat DockOhio, Indian Lake State Park (alt)
R-4855March 1962241 HC-0368-RBoat Landing DockState of New Hampshire (alt)
R-4856July 1963312 HN-0439-RFloating WharfThe Dow Chemical Co., Midland, Michigan (alt)
R-4857January 1964344 HC-0216-RDock & Berth for Small BoatsIndiana, Conservation Department, Division of Engineering (alt)
R-4858January 1964365 HC-0216-ROar Storage HouseIndiana, Conservation Department, Division of Engineering (alt)
R-4859June 1964374 HS-0637-RSwimming DocksNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4860July 1966492 HC-0285-RMooring BuoyCanada, B.C. Dept. of Rec. & Conserv. (alt)
R-4861July 1966501 HC-0922-RBoat Landing DockMinnesota, Division of State Parks (alt)
R-4862November 1966521 HN-0967-RWaterfront Layout 1Boy Scouts of America (alt)
R-4863November 1966522 HN-0967-RWaterfront Layout 2Boy Scouts of America (alt)
R-4864November 1966523 HN-0967-RWaterfront Layout 3Boy Scouts of America (alt)
R-4865November 1966524 HN-0967-RWaterfront Layout 4Boy Scouts of America (alt)
R-4866May 195863 (rev.)C-0195-RBoat DocksOhio, Department of Natural Resources (alt)
R-4867/R-4868April 19751012 BC-1449-R1Dock HingesIllinois, Dept. of Conservation
R-4869/R-4870April 19751013 BF-1447-R1Dock HingesU.S. Army Corps of Engineers
R-4875November 1958W 87C-0241-RPrefabricated Boat RampWashington, State Parks and Recreation Commission (alt)
R-4876December 1960191 HC-0406-RBoat Emptying Rig, PoweredHamilton County Park Dist., Ohio (alt)
R-4877January 1961193 HC-0408-RBoat Emptying Rig, ManualSouth Carolina, Commission of Forestry (alt)
R-4878May 1961205 HC-0405-RLaunching RampWisconsin, Lucius Woods State Park (alt)
R-4879June 1964375 HC-0724-R(a)Boat Launching AreaWisconsin, Construction Department, Engineering Division (alt)
R-4880June 1964376 HC-0724-R(b)Boat Launching AreaWisconsin, Construction Department, Engineering Division (alt)
R-4881June 1964377 HC-0724-R(c)Boat Launching AreaWisconsin, Construction Department, Engineering Division (alt)
R-4882December 1970736 BS-0754-RConcrete Plank RampWash., D.C. Civil Works, Office of Chief of Engineers (alt)
R-4883June 1964383 HS-0756-RConcrete Plank RampU.S. Army, Office of Chief of Engineers, Civil Works (alt)
R-4884November 1966520 HC-0966-RBoat Access PlansWisconsin Conserv. Dept., U.S. Department of Agriculture (alt)
R-4885August 1970715 HC-0724-RBoat Launching AreaWisconsin, Construction Department, Engineering Division
R-4886August 1970716 HC-0724-RBoat Launching AreaWisconsin, Construction Department, Engineering Division
R-4887August 1970717 HC-1173-RDuplex Boat RampFort Lauderdale, Florida (alt)
R-4888August 1970718 BC-0965-RConcrete Log Launching RampsU.S. Bu. S. F. & W., Ala. Dept. Conserv.; Fla. Game & Fresh Fish Water Fish Comm. (alt)
R-4889December 1973951 LF-1297-RBoat RampForest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
R-4890December 1973952 HC-1324-RStandard Boat DockGeorgia, Dept. of State Parks
R-4900July 195724S-0055-RDiving FloatNational Park Service, Plan NRA-CD-2040
R-4901July 195869C-0087-RConcrete FloatWashington, Parks and Recreation Commission (alt)
R-4902March 1962242 HC-0369-RFloat, DockState of New Hampshire (alt)
R-4903July 1962263 CS-0636-RFloating Crib for Non-SwimmersNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4904March 1963293 HN-0438-RStyrofoam Diving RaftThe Dow Chemical Co. (alt)
R-4905July 1963315 HS-0750-RFloating SignU.S. Army, Chief of Engineers Civil Works, Washington, D.C. (alt)
R-4906July 1966506 HC-0963-RDiving PlatformMinnesota, Division of State Parks (alt)
R-4907December 1968656 SC-1163-RFloating Boat DockColorado, Fish, Game & Parks Dept. (alt)
R-4908July 195724S-0055-RDiving FloatNational Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior (alt)
R-4909/R-4910July 1978
N-1506-RPedestal Lifeguard ChairJohn F. Guinan, Binghamton, NY
R-4929July 1978
N-1558-ROar RackBoy Scouts of America
R-4930December 195743 (rev.)C-0160-RKayakDade County, Fla., Department of Parks
R-4930July 1978
N-1559-RPaddle RackBoy Scouts of America
R-4931December 195744 (rev.)C-0161-RPlywood RowboatIllinois, Cook Co. Forest Preserve District
R-4932May 1959116 HC-0110-RDinghyMichigan, Department of Conservation, Parks and Recreation Division (alt)
R-4933December 195743 (rev.)C-0160-RKayakFlorida, Dade Co. Dept. of Parks
R-4934January 195714 (rev.)C-0156-RBoat CarrierMichigan, Dept. of Conservation
R-4935April 1978
N-1568-RCar Rack to Hold CanoesBoy Scouts of America, Engineering Service
R-4936April 1979
N-1567-RBoat Storage HangersBoy Scouts of America, Engineering Service
R-4939/R-4940Summer 1983
F-1640-RConcessionGeorge Stephen, Regional Architect, NPS, NARO
R-4950/R-4951Summer 1983
F-1641-ROverlook ShelterGeorge Stephen, Regional Architect, NPS, NARO
R-4980January 195714 (rev.)C-0156-RBoat CarrierMichigan, Department of Conservation
R-5024/R-5025Summer 1987
N-1711-RLighthouseU.S. Army Corps of Eng.
R-5026/R-5027/
R-5028/R-5029
Summer 1987
N-1714-RPicnic ShelterU.S. Army Corps of Eng.


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July/August Supplement - 1960
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September/October Insert - 1965
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Vol 42 No 1 - Winter 1998
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GUIDELINE
Instructions - July 1963
Instructions - 1970
Notice - July/August 1974

Administration
   7/63 Article 35
   Correspondence in a Friendly Manner
   7/63 Article 36
   Here's Proof That Open Space Can Hold Down Taxes
   12/70 Article 44
   Some Managers' Viewpoints on Campers and Campground Operation
   12/70 Article 45
   Our Visitors—A Clue to Successful Operations

Development
   7/63 Article 8
   Creative Park Architecture
   7/63 Article 9
   National Parkway Concepts and Principles
   7/63 Article 10
   Public Golf Development in the 1960's

Interpretation
   7/63 Article 14
   Selecting Exhibit Themes for Park Museums

Policy & Planning
   8/57 Article 1
   Suggested Policy Statement Relating to Development, Use and Operation of State Parks
   8/57 Article 2
   Suggested Criteria for Evaluating Areas Proposed for Inclusion in State Park Systems
   8/57 Article 3
   Criteria for Reservoir Recreation Projects in California State Park System
   8/57 Article 4
   The Importance of Land
   5/58 Article 6
   Michigan State Park Policy
   5/58 Article 7
   State Park Criteria
   5/58 Article 8
   Principles Governing the Establishment, Extension and Development of the State Park System, State of North Carolina
   5/58 Article 9
   Principles Governing the Establishment and Development of Additional State Parks and Extension and Development of Existing State Parks
   5/58 Article 10
   State Park Philosophy
   12/58 Article 11
   Basic Purposes of State Parks
   12/58 Article 14
   National Park Service Restoration Policy Statement
   7/59 Article 16
   Land Policies
   7/59 Article 18
   Standards for Park Site Location
   7/59 Article 19
   Adverse Recommendation on Mining Proposal in Porcupine Mountains State Park, Michigan
   5/60 Article 20
   Concepts of Recreation
   5/60 Article 21
   Suggested Wildlife Policy for State Parks
   5/60 Article 22
   Suggested Policy on Vegetation Management
   5/60 Article 23
   Suggested Park Management Standards and Practices, Historical and Archaeological Areas
   5/61 Article 24
   A Policy of Park and Recreation Facilities, City of Greensboro, North Carolina
   5/61 Article 25
   Policy Statement for the Administration of State Parks and Recreation Areas (Idaho)
   11/61 Article 27
   Do We Need a Common Camping Ethic?
   11/61 Article 28
   "Development of State Parks"
   9/62 Article 29
   Wildlife Policy, State of California
   9/62 Article 30
   Policy Statement, Riverside County, California Parks and Recreation Areas
   9/62 Article 31
   Principles Governing the Establishment of State Parks in the State of New York
   3/63 Article 32
   Policy Governing Oil and Gas Operations in Park and Recreation Areas in Michigan
   7/63 Article 33
   Parkland Prospecting
   7/63 Article 34
   The Recreation Policy of the State of California
   11/63 Article 35
   A National Program for the Preservation of Historic Sites and Buildings
   1/64 Article 36
   "Integrity of State Park System Lands"
   6/64 Article 37
   The Need for Historical Research in the National Park Service
   1/65 Article 38
   No, Let's Keep Camp Land Inviolate as a Natural Preserve
   5/65 Article 39
   Guidelines for Planning a Golf Course
   5/65 Article 40
   Criteria for Locating and Selecting Resident Group Camp Sites
   5/65 Article 41
   A National Park Facility in Japan
   1/66 Article 42
   Fundamental Concepts of Park Planning
   5/66 Article 43
   Basis for Planning
   10/68 Article 47
   Policy Statement—Objectives and Goals
   4/69 Article 48
   California State Board of Public Health Policy on Environmental Quality
   4/69 Article 49
   California State Board of Public Health Policy on Water Quality of Mountain Streams, Lakes, and Reservoirs
   9/69 Article 50
   Administrative Policies for the Historical Areas of the National Park Service
      Part I — The National Historic Preservation Program
      Part II — Resource Management Policy
      Part III — Resource and Visitor Use Policy
      Part IV — Physical Development Policy
   12/70 Article 51
   Recreation Program in a Private Family Campground

Protection
   7/63 Article 5
   Officer-Violator Contacts in Traffic Enforcement Actions
   12/70 Article 15
   Records Use: A Necessity for Administration of Protected Beach Operations
   12/70 Article 16
   Wildlife: The Environmental Barometer
   12/70 Article 17
   Shotcreting Presents Health Hazard
   12/70 Article 18
   Temporary and Portable Construction Space Heating Devices and Equipment
   12/70 Article 19
   Safe Movement of Construction Equipment
   12/70 Article 20
   Wire Rope Safety
   12/70 Article 21
   On-The-Job Inspection of Chain Hoists
   12/70 Article 22
   Power Saws
   12/70 Article 23
   Emergency Care and Health Services for the Construction Industry
   12/70 Article 24
   The True Meaning of Safety Rules
   12/70 Article 25
   Significance of an Accident
   12/70 Article 26
   Safety Meeting Gimmick
   12/70 Article 27
   Construction Housekeeping Standards
   12/70 Article 28
   Emergency First-Aid Kits for Construction Crews
   12/70 Article 29
   Maintain Safety Equipment
   12/70 Article 30
   Prompt and Proper First Aid Reduces Lost Time
   12/70 Article 31
   Safe vs Unsafe Footwear
   12/70 Article 32
   Construction, Use & Maintenance of Refueling Equipment
   12/70 Article 33
   Crane Boom Accidents
   12/70 Article 34
   Crane Boom Loading
   12/70 Article 35
   Danger Under Booms and Buckets
   12/70 Article 36
   Hard Hat Inspection
   12/70 Article 37
   Needles That Fly
   12/70 Article 38
   Don't Turn a Cylinder Into a Rocket

Vol 1 No 1? - 1971?
   Principles of Multiple Projection
   How To Choose Only Successful Camp Counselors
   A Procedure For Evaluating Environmental Impact
   Demand Methodology
Vol 1 No 2? - 1971?
   Waterlilies
   Environmental Management
   Freeing Streams From Mud & Flood
   Recent Federal Relocation Legislation
Vol 2 No 1 - Jan./Feb. 1972
   Preservation For A Purpose
   Write On, Jean Worth Matthews
   A Word About Need As Process
Vol 2 No 2 - Mar./Apr. 1972
   Footpaths & Bike Routes
   Bikes In The Boondocks
Vol 2 No 3 - May/June 1972
   New Techniques For Revenue Producing Recreation Facilities
   A Report On The State Of California Ranger Trainee Program
Vol 2 No 3 Supplement - May 1972
   IPA: Intergovernmental Personnel Act
Vol 2 No 4 - July/Aug. 1972
   Historic Preservation - A Cooperative Effort
   National Historic Landmarks
   Historic American Buildings Survey
   Historic American Engineering Record
   Archeological Program
   The National Register Of Historic Places
Vol 2 No 4 Supplement - July 1972
   Environmental Education at Resident and Day-Use Camps
Vol 2 No 5 - Sept./Oct. 1972
   Growing Plants on View Landscapes and Recreation Areas
   Interpretive Trails
   Federal Assistance For Bike Trails
Vol 2 No 6 - Nov./Dec. 1972
   Recreation Demand Surveys?
   The Demand Survey Dilemma: Assessing the Credibility of State Outdoor Recreation Plans
Vol 3 No 1 - Jan./Feb. 1973
   Social Interface at River's Edge
Vol 3 No 2 - Mar./Apr. 1973
   Counties... In Parks & Recreation
Vol 3 No 3 - May/June 1973
   Recreational Carrying Capacity of the National Parks
   Wildlife Management for the Historical Area
Vol 3 No 4 - July/Aug. 1973
   Building in Wood in the Eastern United States
Vol 3 No 5 - Sept./Oct. 1973
   Concession Operations
   Program Standards
   Guidelines for Bikeways
Vol 3 No 6 - Nov./Dec. 1973
   Water Resources Planning . . . The Next Fifty Years
   A New Approach to Conservation in Maine
Vol 4 No 1 - Jan./Feb. 1974
   Water Resources Planning . . . The Next Fifty Years (continued)
   Lake Management . . . Science or dream?
Vol 4 No 2 - Mar./Apr. 1974
   Visitor Groups And Interpretation in Parks and Other Outdoor Leisure Settings
   Environmental Concerns of the Park Manager
Vol 4 No 3 - May/June 1974
   Toward a National Land Use Plan
   Who Are These People
   How To Preserve Small Natural Areas
Vol 4 No 4 - July/August 1974
   Woodshop For The Blind
   Working With The Elderly In Park And Recreation Settings


PLOWBACK
No 1 - January 1962
No 2 - July 1962
No 3 - November 1962

No 1 - May 1963
No 2 - September 1963

No 1 - January 1964
No 2 - May 1964
No 3 - September 1964

No 1 - January 1965
No 2 - May 1965
No 3 - September 1965

No 1 - January 1966
No 2 - May 1966
No 3 - September 1966
No 3 (4) - November 1966

No 4 (1) - January 1967
No 2 - March 1967
No 3 - September 1967

No 1 - January 1968
No 2 - May 1968
No 3 - September 1968

No 1 - January 1969
No 2 - May 1969
No 3 - September 1969

No 1 - January 1970
No 2 - May 1970


TRENDS in Parks & Recreation
Vol 1 No 1 - July 1964
     Parks: The Challenge of Excellence Stewart L. Udall
     Outdoor Recreation Research in the U.S. Forest Service Walter S. Hopkins, Jr.
     The Future of Historical Research in the National Park Service Joseph P. Cullen
     The Non-Simple Future Rendel B. Alldredge
     A-V Materials in Interpretive Programs Donald J. Erskine
     National Aquatic Parks Russell K. Grater
     National Parks as Natural Science Research Areas George Sprugel
     Do Campers Fit Our Campgrounds? Richard L. Bury
Vol 1 No 2 - October 1964
     The Great University of the Outdoors Orville L. Freeman
     The Natural Registry of Natural History Landmarks C. Kenny Dale
     At Long Last — Recognition for County Parks Donald B. Alexander
     United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
     Bureau of Outdoor Recreation and the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act Edward C. Crafts
     Management of the National Park System
     What's Happening in Golf Course Development
Vol 2 No 1 - January 1965
     The Expanding Horizons of Defense Norman S. Paul
     The Search for Utopia Sigurd F. Olson
     Camping Equipment Trends in the National Parks of Canada — A Study Gordon D. Taylor
     The New Horizons for Conservation and Outdoor Recreation Lawrence S. Rockefeller
     Program for the Handicapped Conley L. Moffett
     Tourism on Indian Reservation Virginia S. Hart and Leonard Ware
     Management and Long Range Objectives of the National Park Service George B. Hartzog, Jr.
     The Visitor's Eye View of Inter-Government Relations Raymond L. Freeman
     NPS-BOR Memorandum of Understanding
     "In the Public Interest" Michael Frome
     Watershed Thinking for Topographic Renewal Grady Clay
     The Role of Western National Park Waters in Future Trout Fishing Orthello L. Wallis
     --- And Now, The Nationwide Plan Donald B. Alexander
     Planning Our Open Space Land Resources for the Future Aurthur A. Davis
Vol 2 No 2 - April 1965
     Open Space and the Urban Environment Robert C. Weaver
     Not By Truth Alone Freeman Tilden
     The White House Message on Natural Beauty Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson
     Wilderness and the Recreation-Seeker Kittridge A. Wing
     Preserving America's Wildlife Heritage—Whose Responsibility? Thomas L. Kimball
     Factors in Park Building Design William J. Hart
     Scenic and Conservation Easements in Wisconsin Robert D. Espeseth
     Why County Parks? Paul Emler, Jr.
     Bibliography
Vol 2 No 3 - July 1965
     The Role of Highways in a More Beautiful America John T. Connor
     Conflict of Policy Donald B. Alexander
     Research in Non-Urban Recreation Gordon D. Taylor
     Interpretation in Action
     Open Space: A Metropolitan Resource Program Andrew J. W. Scheffey
     The Change Seekers Semon E. Knudsen
     On Nostalgia as a Planning Concept in Historical Parks F. R. Holland, Jr.
     Scenic Easements in the National Park Service's Program Donald E. Lee
     Basic Park Philosophy Dr. Arthur T. Wilcox
     "SCORP"
     The Constructive Aspect of Inaction Freeman Tilden
Vol 2 No 4 - October 1965
     The Challenge of Recreation for the Great Society Wilbur J. Cohen
     Outdoor Recreation Action William W. Wells
     Wave of the Future Dr. Stanley A. Cain
     Uniting for Conservation George B. Hartzog, Jr.
     Parks and Leisure: Toward a Higher Amusement Daniel McKinley
     We Must Save Our Natural Resources Donald E. Johnson
     Outdoor Recreation— John A. Baker
     Reaping Harvests From Ancient Roots Gary C. Grassl
     Camping — A Better Way of Life Earl P. Hanson
Vol 3 No 1 - January 1966
     Water: The Riddle and the Answer Aubrey J. Wagner
     Let's Think It Through Ira B. Lykes
     What Price Natural Beauty? Dr. Stanley A. Cain
     The Case of the Historical Park Ezra C. Stiles
     The Community's Stake in Outdoor Recreation Planning J. W. Scheffey
     Selection of Park Designers and Outdoor Recreation Planners Mrs. Joe Grout Wood
     Myths and Facts About Forest Recreation, a Review of Forest Recreation Research in the Forest Service Walter S. Hopkins
     Vegetation in Wilderness Areas Miron L. Heinselman
     Partners in Progress—Adequate Research Programs Dr. Leslie M. Reid
Vol 3 No 2 - April 1966
     What Have We Done With Arbor Day? John Edgar Hoover
     The Center City: Is It Fulfilling Its Open Space Obligations? John P. Hewitt
     The Message to Congress on Pollution Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson
     Metropolitan Cleveland's "Emerald Necklace" Harold W. Groth
     Skyrocketing Recreational Vehicle Sales Spur Need for Parking Areas Merrill D. Ormes
     Ski Touring Trails Robert D. Larson
     Conservation and Man's Environment Ian McTaggart Cowan
     National Policy for County Parks & Recreation
Vol 3 No 3 - July 1966
     Five Decades Past--and the Future George B. Hartzog, Jr.
     The Stewardship of Parks Ira B. Lykes
     Purposes and Goals of Family Camping Donald H. Shedd
     Quality in Outdoor Recreation J. Alan Wagar
     "America the Beautiful" Honorable Russell E. Train
     The Choice We Face Ralph A. MacMullan
     Conservation and the City Donald L. Goldman
     The Playground Revisited...A New Evaluation Asher B. Etkes
Vol 3 No 4 - October 1966
     Public Land Recreation at the Crossroads Hon. Wayne N. Aspinall
     It's Time for Better Management of Resource Information Joseph Prendergast
     What Makes Conservation Tick? Howard J. Grossman
     ... On Beautification Richard A. Moore
     Natural Resource Librarianship in a New Era Dr. Thomas F. Bates
     National Park Wilderness Planning Procedures George B. Hartzog, Jr.
     Suburban Recreation Ernest M. Swanton
Vol 4 No 1 - January 1967
     TVA's Land Between the Lakes Already Drawing Thousands Robert M. Howes
     Speak Up, Conservationists Gilbert Gude
     The Issues Underlying Recreation Policy Phillip O. Foss
     Keynote—Congress for Parks and Recreation Laurance S. Rockefeller
     The Recreation Story of Muskingum Harvey S. Crass
     Partnership Planning for Water Recreation Brigadier Gen. Walter P. Leiber, U.S. Army
     "--For a More Beautiful America" Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson
Vol 4 No 2 - April 1967
     Natural Beauty—The New Focus on Quality Edward C. Crafts
     Natural Beauty and the Beat Ira B. Lykes
     Beautification Nash Castro
     To Keep America Beautiful—Start the Habit Early Allen H. Seed, Jr.
     Community Cleanup—A National Need Richard H. Hackendahl
     "Natural Beauty" Lon Garrison
     Emergence of Professional Landscape Architecture in America Hubert B. Owens
     Cities in Parks William Penn Mott, Jr.
     Recreation Information Management Gordon A. Hammon and John K. McDonald
Vol 4 No 3 - July 1967
     The New U.S.D.A. Recreation Policy Orville L. Freeman
     Balance and Variety in Park Systems Ben H. Thompson
     Interior's Goal in the Federal Assistance Program Dr. Stanley A. Cain
     Meeting Park and Recreation Needs Through Intergovernmental Cooperation William G. Colman
     No Recreation Space Available Ernest M. Swanton
     Providing Outdoor Recreation Jack L. Knetsch
     CP+D=P William F. May
     Lake City Junior College Forest Ranger School Announces Park Management Program C. R. Vinten
     Nature and Wildlife Preserves in the Soviet Union S. Pereshkolnik
Vol 4 No 4 - October 1967
     The Future of State Parks Hon. George F. Jackson
     Campgrounds—Tomorrow is Already Here Ira B. Lykes
     Camp-Omania—Ferment and Fuss! Ginny Ade
     Underground Transmission—An Old Idea with Growing New Appeal Kenneth Holum
     Preservation of Nature Dr. Stanley A. Cain
     Building Beauty into Recreation Master Plans Garret Eckbo
     Wilderness Problems of the U.S. Forest Service Richard L. Bury
     National Parks of Japan Tetsumaro Senge
Vol 5 No 1 - January 1968
     Outdoor Education at Sandy Hook Richard C. Cole
     A Guest Editorial Dr. Sal J. Prezioso
     Trends in Nature Conservation in South Africa: Tourism Joe Möller
     Trends in Nature Conservation in South Africa: Research Joe Möller
     Hello Neighbor, Glad to be in your neighborhood... ... John Cooper
     Landmark Legislation: Act No. 176 (State of Indiana)
     Concerning Dangers in National Parks Gale Koschmann Zimmer
     Park Standards Open Space and Quality William L. Landahl
Vol 5 No 2 - April 1968
     The Braille Trail Janice Collins
     Guest Editorial: The Act Richard J. Costley
     The Noah's Ark Children's Farm John P. Hewitt
     Scientific Research in National Parks Kai Curry-Lindahl
     Nurserymen and the Highways F. Raymond Brush
     How Can Best Balance be Achieved in Park and Recreation Area Development? W. Mark Gosdin
     University Training for Park Management Arthur T. Wilcox
     The University's Commitment to the Profession of Parks & Recreation Louis F. Twardzik
     Preparation for Resource Administration Dr. Leslie M. Reid
     Roadside Beautification, Planning, Planting and Management Wilbur J. Garmhausen
Vol 5 No 3 - July 1968
     Farm Life from the Past...Can Enlighten the Future Ernst T. Christensen
     Plant Materials Adaptable to Roadside Development and Their Management Robert B. Thornton
     Interpretation—The Missing Ingredient? Ben D. Mahaffey
     Conservation Message from the President Printed in the Congressional Record Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson
     Toward the Ideal Self-guiding Nature Trail Robert J. Badaracco
     The Challenge of Leisure Dr. Arthur T. Wilcox
     National Parks and Equivalent Reserves Jean-Paul Harroy
     Summer in the Parks Yvonne Lanier
     Research Studies on the Giant Sequoia Trees James W. Howell
Vol 5 No 4 - October 1968
     Petersburg "Living History" Martin R. Conway
     Cape Perpetua on the Oregon Coast Mrs. Elizabeth L. Horn
     Parks or Parking John P. Hewitt
     Philmont Scout Ranch Marion Clawson
     State Park Statistics - 1967 Ben H. Thompson
     Park Road Standards
     The Purpose of Park Roads George B. Hartzog, Jr.
     Russian National Parks Novosti Press Agency (APN)
Vol 6 No 1 - January 1969
     Where are we going...? George B. Hartzog, Jr.
     Guest Editorial: Hide Not Your Light Under a Bushel William B. P???
     Joint House-Senate Colloquium on Environmental Policy July 17, 1968 Laurance S. Rockefeller
     Future University-Trained Park Administrators Dr. George L. B. Pratt
     University Training for Park Administration Leslie M. Reid
     Our Role in Training for Park Administration Dr. Garrett G. Eppley
     Interpretation—The Essential Commitment Robert J. Badaracco
     The Case Against Hard Pesticides Ralph A. MacMullan
          What Can Pesticides Do?
          Lake Michigan Compact Approved
     On Planning an Underwater Park— Charles Mehlert
     AIMS II Environmental Taskforce Paul B. Dowling
Vol 6 No 2 - April 1969
     Summer in the Parks - 1968 Russel Wright
     A Fourth Dimension of History Edward P. Alexander
     "Nature Interpretation" Dennis R. Baker
     State Park Planning as Related to Urbanization George L. B. Pratt
     Interpreting the Countryside Elisabeth Beazley
     Thoughts on Nature Interpretation Conley L. Moffett
     Nature in the City Paul B. Dowling
     AIMS 6: Trees to Make the Cities Green Paul B. Dowling
Vol 6 No 3 - July 1969
     The Old Men in Plaza Park Robert Sommer & Frank Becker
     Swedish Nature Conservation and Forestry Lars-Erik Esping
     Parks and Inner-city People Richard Kraus
     Suggestions for Litter Removal and Sanitation in Remote Recreation Areas Dean W. Buchanan
     Freedom from "Sound"
     Daniel Boone is Dead David Lowenthal
     Cooperation Between Government and Private Campground Owners Curtis G. Fuller
Vol 6 No 4 - October 1969
     Snowmobiles Today Dr. Leslie L. Glasgow
     The Role of Ecology in the National Parks Ian McTaggart Cowan
     The Response of Parks & Recreation in Accepting the Challenge in Outdoor Recreation & Education James J. Truncer
     Social Aspects of Outdoor Recreation—The Developed Campground John C. Hendee and Frederick L. Campbell
     Tourism Marketing vs. Park Management John D. Hunt
     The Management of Concessions and Other Services in National Parks in the United States Thomas F. Flynn, Jr.
     Concentration—The Key to Quality in Outdoor Recreation Dr. Robert R. O'Brien
     Demand for Recreation—An Essential Tool for Resource Planning Gordon D. Taylor
Vol 7 No 1 - January 1970
     "We Must Always Return to This Earth." Sen. Edmund S. Muskie
     Government and the Campground Entrepreneur Ray Agnew
     Campground & Camper Market Research Wilbur F. LaPage
     The Crisis in Environment: An Opportunity for Reconciliation Carl E. Bagge
     Above Lake Needwood Robert L. Young
     Ecology: Its Place in Water Management Dr. Stanley A. Cain
     Problems in National Parks Management in East Africa Antoon de Vos
     AIMS 9: Site Planning to Save Nature Paul B. Dowling
     AIMS 10: An Ecological Viewpoint on Natural Beauty Paul B. Dowling



(Starting with the following issue, the name was shortened to just Trends. There was an error in the volume number of the next issue—it was listed as 6 and not 7.)

Vol 6 (7) No 2 - April 1970
     "Ecology and Politics in America's Environmental Crisis" Sec. Walter J. Hickel
     Multiple Use of Rights of Way: a Challenge to the Past Carl E. Bagge
     Should All of Our Environmental Waste be Economic Waste? Dr. Aaron J. Teller
     The Snowmobile & Environmental Quality Malcolm F. Baldwin
     People Problem, People Solution Howard Ennes
     Carrying Capacity of National Parks in Japan Michio Oi
     Environmental Analysis in Local Development Planning Hugh B. Montgomery
Vol 7 No 3 - July 1970
     The Tökai Nature Trail Michio Oi
     Conservation Law—Seeking a Breakthrough in the Courts Luther J. Carter
     Environmental Architecture: A concern for the public view of the forest landscape Edward P. Cliff
     "Our Environment" George B. Hartzog, Jr.
     Conservation, Politics, and Democracy John C. Hendee, Richard P. Gale, and Joseph Harry
     The Future of County & Metropolitan Parks Robert D. Espeseth
     The Future of Multiple Use James S. Bethel
     Parks & Urban Mental Health Maury Lieberman
Vol 7 No 4 - October 1970
     Oil Pollution Ira N. Gabrielson
     Motivations of Wilderness Users William R. Catton, Jr.
     Land for Posterity: Natur Conservancy Uses Loan Programs to Save Forests, Islands, Marshes Dennis Farney
Vol 8 No 1 - January 1971
     Notes on the Conservation Revolution Paul Brooks
     A Question is Asked: A Start for the Next 50 Years Louis F. Twardzik
     What Today's College-age Youth Wants From State Parks Wayne C. Edwards
     That Nebulous Word, "Conservation" Richard L. Bury
     Values and Perspectives for the World of Tomorrow Jean Chrétien
     A Psychologist Views Parks...Our Islands of Renewal Edwin B. Wenzel
     The Human Cost of Ecological Imbalance Charles C. Johnson, Jr.
     Campground Planning for the 1970's Malcolm I. Bevins
Vol 8 No 2 - April 1971
     Now or Never Raymond L. Freeman
     Creating Environmental Awareness B. Ray Horn
     Interpreting the American Landscape—Values, Challenges and Opportunities Robert Badaracco
     The American Public Executive: New Functions, New Style, New Purpose Harlan Cleveland
Vol 8 No 3 - July 1971
     Black Ecology Nathan Hare
     Living Historical Farms Ernst Christensen
     Quantity or Quality? A Necessary Choice for Environmental Management Gerado Budowski
     Does Recreational Development Pay Off? John C. Hendee
     Parks and Process Jean Worth Matthews
Vol 8 No 4 - October 1971
     A Parks and Recreation Essay Willard W. Brown
     Will 10,000,000 People Ruin All This Elliot McCleary
     The Disney Imperative Wesley Marx
     Placing a Dollar Sign on Urban Parks Donald G. Brauer
     Outdoor Recreation Use—A U.S. Forest Service Report Elwood L. Shafer, Jr. and Rita M. Rammrath
     Toward an Environmental Ethic Rogers C.B. Morton
Vol 9 No 1 - Jan/Feb/Mar 1972
     Introduction
     Wilderness Preserved Roderick Nash
     The Universe of Wilderness is Vanishing Robert Marshall
     The Wilderness: Just How Wild Should It Be? Eric Julber
     Is the Wilderness Act Working? Michael McCloskey
     Public Hearings: "Show and Tell Time" for Wilderness Robert B. Kasparek
     Are Americans Receiving Full Benefits from Wilderness? James R. Turnbull
     Myths in Wilderness Decision Making George H. Stankey
     Preservation of Desert Wilderness Walter P. Taylor
     Wilderness and Its Values William O. Douglas
Vol 9 No 2 - April/May/June 1972
     Townscape & Landscape: The Coming Battleground Grady Clay
     New Strategies from Open Space Philip R. Pryde
     Tomorrow is Now for the Parks and Recreation Professional Kenneth J. Smithee
     National Parks for the Future John M. Kauffmann
     National Park Perspectives Anthony Wayne Smith
     Park Space for Urban America John P. Keith and John P. Milsap
     Land Use Reform and the Environmental Challenge Lance Marston
     Trails: Who Needs Them? Dorothy Boyle Huyck
Vol 9 No 3 - July/Aug/Sept 1972
     Introduction
     Snowmobiles: Love 'Em or Hate 'Em James D. Perry and Les Line
     The Off-Road Experience Frederick M. King
     The Invasion of the Awful ORVs Jack Hope
     A Statutory Guide—Snowmobiles and Other Off-Road Vehicles
     ORRV Facilities and Legislation at the State Level
Vol 9 No 4 - Oct/Nov/Dec 1972
     Urban Role of Cemeteries
     People, Parks, Plans, Programs & People Robert E. Everly
     Power Issue: To Strip the Land or Not Richard Corrigan
     Alternatives
     Geothermal Energy
     Significance of Strip-Mined Coal
Vol 10 No 1 - Jan/Feb/Mar 1973
     Projected the Future in the Worldwide National Park Movement Kai Curry-Lindahl
     The Master Plan for National Parks and Their Regional Setting Sylvia Crowe
     Help for National Parks The International Union for the Conservation of Nature
     Development and Training of Personnel Kenton R. Miller
     Management of Flora and Fauna in National Parks Hugh F. Lamprey
     Upgrading Park Interpretation and Communication with the Public Don Aldridge
     An Ecosystem Approach to Marine Parks and Reserves G. Carleton May
     How Well Has the U.S. Managed Its National Park System Nathaniel P. Reed
     Second World Conference on National Parks: Recommendations Delegates to the 2nd World Conference
     IUCN Resolution 1, A National Park Definition



(Starting with the following issue, the volume/number was dropped from the issues. The following volumes/numbers reflect what would have been designated for each issue.)

Vol 10 No 2 - April/May/June 1973
     Introduction: Campground Reservations
     Campground Reservation Systems: A Study James T. Burnett, III
     Should Function or Policy Dictate Planning Clare A. Gunn
Vol 10 No 3 - July/Aug/Sept 1973
     Introduction: Culture Comes of Age in America Berenice Reed
     I. Old Places Into New Programs
     II. Programs Without Facilities
     III. Special Spots
     IV. New Directions
Vol 10 No 4 - Oct/Nov/Dec 1973
     Vest-Pocket Parks are Alive and Well in Missouri Dorothy Bajak
     Solid Waste Disposal—Someone Else's Business Don Frifield
     The Harlem River Bronx State Parks—An Experiment in Urban Recreation Dorothy Bajak
     Some Capacity Theory for Park and Recreation Areas Rendel Alldredge
Vol 11 No 1 - Jan/Feb/Mar 1974
Intergovernmental Participation
     Accommodating the Handicapped—An Introduction Richard L. Austin
     Efforts to Adapt National Forest Recreation Area for Use by the Handicapped Arthur J. Carroll
     Considerations in Accommodating the Handicapped Dave Park
     Intergovernmental Participation in Land Use Planning—From Rhetoric to Reality Warren T. Zitzmann
     A-95—Ha it made a contribution to urban planning? David Myhra
     The Adirondack Park Agency Rendel B. Alldredge
Vol 11 No 2 - April/May/June 1974
Interpretation
     Principles of Interpretation Freeman Tilden
     Living with the land William C. Beckner
     The Challenge of Professional Interpretation Nelson T. Bernard, Jr.
     Interpretation for Recreation Rex E. Derr
     Interpreting Parks for Kids—Making it Real Gary Machlis and Donald R. Field
     The Interpretive Encounter: Breaking the Barriers Steve Van Matre
Vol 11 No 3 - July/August/September 1974
Trends for the Handicapped
     Making Parks and Recreation Areas Accessible
     Who Are the Handicapped?
     The Handicapped Speak About Their Recreation Needs
     Planning for Everyone
     Uncle Wheelchair Visits Park and Recreation Areas
     Budget Ways to Make Your Facilities Accessible
     Public Facilities: Legal Obligations
     Ideas for Accommodating the Handicapped
     Reaching Out
     Who Can You Turn To?
     Nature Trail for the Senses
     A Recreation Area for the Handicapped



(Starting with the following issue, the publication Guideline was incorporated within each issue of Trends.)

Vol 11 No 4 - October/November/December 1974
Understanding Our Heritage
     Understanding Our Heritage: an introduction
     A New Age of Railroading in the 70's
     National Register of Historic Places
     National Historic Landmarks Program
     Historic American Buildings Survey
     Historic American Engineering Record
     The Government As a Landlord for Historic Properties
     Living History: An Active Interpretation of The Past Steve Lewis
     Administration
     Guidelines for Historic Preservation and Building Codes Giorgio Cavaglieri
     Financing Historic Preservation Efforts Richard Mehring
     Preservation of the Restored Structure Henry A. Judd
     State Historic Preservation Plan Duncan Muckelroy
     Black Historic Landmarks
     Industrial Archeology: A New Dimension to Historic Preservation
     Landscape Restoration in Yonkers, N.Y.
     Who Can You Turn To?
     A Basic Bibliography for Preservation Philip D. Spiess II
Vol 12 No 1 - January/February/March 1975
Trends in Communication
     Good Communications for Park and Recreation Managers Ed Winge
     A Statewide Communication Effort
     Getting the Word Out
     How to Write a News Release Tom Wilson
     Preparing Effective Public Service Announcements Jean Henderer
     Getting Your Story on the Air Jerry W. Gause
     Illustrating an Oral Presentation Effectively John S. Blair
     Signs for Parklands Vincent Gleason
     The Government for Graphic Design Jerome Perlmutter
     What's In a Newsletter? Donna Logan
     Before You Prepare a Publication
     The Blue Pencil
     Accurate Specifications Make Accurate Estimates
     From Copy to Galley to You
     Mapping Richard Saul Wurman, Howard Brunner, and Nancy Donovan
     Staging a Public Event
     Setting Up a News Conference
     Emergency Media Relations
     Film: A Management Odyssey Grant Ross
     Designing Effective Displays Eugene Behlin
     Advertising Council
     Bibliography
Vol 12 No 2 - April/May/June 1975
Trends in Environmental Education
     Environmental Education—A Cornerstone of Park Interpretation Bill Dunmire
     A Roundtable Discussion on Environmental Education
     Environmental Dimensions Doug Evans
     The Four "R's" of Education Steve Van Matre
     The Strands Concepts Glenn Hinsdale
     A Process Approach to Education Audrey Dixon
     The Scope of Environmental Education Bruce McHenry
     Cape Cod
     John Muir Elementary School
     Ragged Ridge Center
     Shenandoah
     Everglades
     Delaware Water Gap
     Lightship Chesapeake
     TREE
     STEP
     Linking Living History and Environmental Education
     Residential Approaches to Environmental Education
     Attacking the Problems of the Environment through Education Lou Ritrovato
     Natural Resource Management and Environmental Education Rodger Giddings
     Energy Accounting Systems Jean Matthews
     What Is the Federal Government Doing In Environmental Education Don Cook
     Who Can You Turn To?
     Bibliography
Vol 12 No 3 - July/August/September 1975
Marine Biology, Parks and Recreation around the World
     Introduction
     Looking at the International Side of Things Robert Milne
     Sharing Ideas Across International Boundaries
     Marine Parks: Planning for Recreation, Interpretation and Environmental Education Alan H. Robinson
     Who Can You Turn To?
     Learning By Sharing
     Man and the Biosphere
     The Nature Conservancy
     ZZChange for the Future William Penn Mott, Jr.
     A Financial Management Study for Pennsylvania Parks Charles H. Strauss
Vol 12 No 4 - October/November/December 1975
Park and Recreation Programs
     The Importance of Recreation Programming Adah Parker Strobell
     Recreation Programming
     Using Volunteers for Park Recreation Programs
     Interagency Action Saves and Serves Youth Sondra Kirsh
     Bicentennial Recreation Program Ideas Bette Weseman
     High Risk Programming
     Evaluation
     Who Can You Turn To?
     Bicentennial Program Ideas: Bibliography
Vol 13 No 1 - January/February/March 1976
Maintenance
     Introduction Gerald A. Rowe
     Maintenance As A Career Gary Everhardt
     Energy Conservation in the Park Eugene P. Krug
     Planning for Maintenance Management Robert D. Espeseth
     Preventive Maintenance
     The Maintenance Service Center James W. Taylor
     A Maintenance Management System for Highways Alfred L. Miller
     Performance Standards for Maintenance
     Pollution Abatement Oni Houston
     Occupational Safety and Health Fred D. Tidwell
     Maintenance of Historic Areas Dale Sipes
     Cost Analysis, Budgeting and Maintenance Financial Records Theodore H. Schaefer, Jr.
     Who Can You Turn To?
     Awards
Vol 13 No 2 - April/May/June 1976
Camping
Vol 13 No 3 - July/August/September 1976
Scientific Research Emphasis
     Introduction
     Rustic Architecture: The National Park Style Merrill Ann Wilson
     Preserving the Congaree Swamp Robert L. Janiskee
     Managing Coastal and Lake Systems Robert Dolan, Bruce Hayden, John Fisher and Paul Godfrey
     Protecting Waterbirds Paul F. Buckley and Francine Buckley
     A Look At A Retreating Shoreline Paul Godfrey
     The River and the City Theodore Sudia
Vol 13 No 4 - October/November/December 1976
Innovative Financing
     Introduction
     Zero Base Budgeting
     Ways and Means to Stretch Tax Dollars Richard C. Trudeau
     Volunteers
     Getting a Grant
     Fee or For Free Andy Leon Harney
     Making Self-Operating Facilities Self-Sufficient Alfred Bennett Rosin
     Historical Properties: A Case for Leasing William Forrey
     Revolving Loan Funds and the Tax Reform Act of 1976 F. Aldrich Edwards
     Investments and Trusts G. Randolph Worls
     Gift and Take
     In Support of Self-Operated Facilities Darrell Winslow
     Financing Historic Preservation
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 14 No 1 - January/February/March 1977
Historic Preservation
     Introduction
     Federal Legislation for Historic Preservation
     Legislative Incentives for Historic Preservation
     Guidelines for Rehabilitating Old Buildings
     Field Procedures for Examining Humidity in Masonry Buildings W. Brown Morton III
     Danger: Restoration May Be Hazardous to Your Health
     New Tools for Preserving Old Buildings
     Bringing the Building to the Lab: A story of the Park Service's new Preservation Laboratory
     Refining a Refinery into a Park Andy Leon Harney
     Underwater Archeology
     Up from the Deep: What Happens to Objects Recovered from Underwater Sites Curtiss Peterson
     Interpreting History Marcella Sherfy
     The National Register of Historic Places
     Recording Historic Buildings: Documenting Our Heritage
     Emergency Recording: One Step Ahead of the Wrecker's Ball Eric Delony
     The Grants-in-Aid Program
     The Interagency Archeological Program
     Who Can You Turn To?
     Awards
Vol 14 No 2 - April/May/June 1977
Natural Resource Management
     Introduction Neal Guse
     Planning for Natural Resources David Butts
     Land Use Planning for Parks: What It's All About L. Lee Purkerson
     Issues in Managing Shoreline and Underwater Park Resources L. Lee Purkerson
     The Special Challenge of Endangered Species and Natural Resource Management John G. Dennis
     Urban Wastes for Soil Rejuvination James C. Patterson
     Pests: Controlling a Potential Enemy of Natural Resources George Mahaffey
     Natural Fire in Yellowstone National Park Don G. Despain and Robert E. Sellers
     An Interagency Fire Center at Boise
     Natural and Cultural Resources Management: Elements of Compatibility Robert Stottlemyer
     National Park Estuarine and Coastal Marine Fisheries Management Gary E. Davis
     A Computerized Accounting System for Backcountry Use Donald R. Field, Marisue Wells and Robert Flewlling
     The Effects of a Drought on Natural Resources
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 14 No 3 - July/August/September 1977
Public Involvement Emphasis
Vol 14 No 4 - October/November/December 1977
Arts in the Parks



(Starting with the following issue, the volume/number was resumed for each issue.)

Vol 15 No 1 - Winter 1978
Trends in Park Management
Vol 15 No 2 - Spring 1978
Serving Special Populations
Vol 15 No 3 - Summer 1978
Medley of Summer Concerns/Opportunities
     Introduction
     Arizona's Unique State Park Michael Ramnes
     A Capital Idea for Summer Fun Vicki J. Glenn
     How to Plan a Golf Course Harry C. Eckhoff
     Ranger's Four-Pawed Partner Sandy Bryson
     Point Mallard Aquatic Center Julian Walker
     Resolving Conflicting Use on Michigan's Inland Lakes Keith Wilson
     New Approaches to Safety Problems Duane K. Enger
     Handling Mountaineering Emergencies
     Safe Boating Tips
     Banking On the Wind
     Camping: What You Can Expect in 1985 Malcolm I. Bevins
     The RV Industry and Campgrounds Bill Spanke
     Water-Based Parks: A County Approach James B. Work
     Bikeway Planning Daniel Smith, Jr.
     Bicycle Safety Tips
     Bikeway Funding Sources
Vol 15 No 4 - Fall 1978
Urban Park and Recreation Opportunities
Vol 16 No 1 - Winter 1979
Energy Conservation and Environmental Education
     Introduction Robert L. Herbst
     Roundtable Discussion: Energy/Environmental Education in Our National Parks
     Is Environmental Education for People...Or for the Birds? Rudy Schafer
     A New Partnership: Environmental Education and Recreation Barbara B. Clark
     Environmental Education and Energy Management at Mesa Verde National Park Ronald R. Switzer
     A National Center for Environmental Education Alexander J. Barton, Walter E. Jeske, and George L.B. Pratt
     Appreciating Our Built Environment Pamela Caldwell
     Extending Networks from Park to City Sam Holmes
     Teaching the Land Ethic Tamra Peters
     Bare Bones to Nicely Muscled Environmental Education Audrey Dixon and Stan Lock
     A New Frontier for TVA John R. Paulk
     Energy As a Baseline for Environmental Education Jean Matthews
     It's Not Easy...But It Sure Is Important!
     On the Nature of Things And What It May Teach Us Thomas A. Robertson and Sandra M. Lauffer
     Values and Environmental Education Audrey Dixon
     Who You Can Turn To
Vol 16 No 2 - Spring 1979
Rivers and Trails
     Introduction William J. Whalen
     An Analysis of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System and Alternative Means of River Preservation Robert Eastman and Howard Brown
     The Appalachian Trail Dave Richie
     The National Trails System
     A Triumph of Volunteerism Henry W. Lautz
     Minnesota's Wild and Scenic Rivers Program Michael Priesnitz
     Urban Waterscapes Tedd McCann
     Less-Than-Fee Acquisition of River and Trail Corridors Howard Brown
     Managing Visitor Use On Whitewater Rivers David W. Lime
     A Partnership Approach to Protecting and Managing A River Gerald L. Stokes
     Linear Park Management Challenges: Three Perspectives Kenneth J. Smithee, Joe Brown, and William C. Birdsell
     Carrying Capacity David W. Lime
     Instream Flows and Recreation Ronald Hyra
     Acquisition and Development of an Urban Regional Trail System Hulet C. Hornbeck
     Owl Trail Robert B. Kauffman
     Who Can You Turn To?
     Awards
Vol 16 No 3 - Summer 1979
State Parks
     Introduction Ney C. Landrum
     Message from National Park Service Director William J. Whalen
     Annual Information Exchange
     Parks & Programs of Note
     Camping
     Natural Resource Management
     Restoration & Living History
     Energy Conservation
     Cooperative Ventures
     Serving Special Populations
     Creative Management & Public Relations
     Maintenance
     Structures, Signs & Parking Tips
     Who Can You Turn To?
     Letter from the Editor
Vol 16 No 4 - Fall 1979
Law Enforcement and the Park Mission
     Introduction Boyd Evison
     Message from National Park Service Director William J. Whalen
     Ranger Image John M. Morehead
     Constitutional Law George F. Knight
     Law Enforcement in the Wilderness J.W. Wade
     State Approach to Park Law Enforcement: Illinois Charles L. Tamminga
     State Approach: Arkansas Richard W. Davies and Tyler Hardeman
     State Approach: New York Charles F. Hurley
     U.S. Park Police Meet Urban Challenges Captain Robert E. Langston
     Background of the U.S. Park Police Major Jack M. Sands
     Civil Liability Rick Gale
     Are Park Managers Part of the Problem? John Harris, Ph.D.
     Behavior Modification James F. Burke, Richard Schreyer, Ph.D. and John D. Hunt, Ph.D.
     Cleveland's Ranger Training Academy Louis Tsipis
     Developing a Resource and Visitor Protection Management Program James Brady
     A "Delicatessen" with Rangers Denni Piper
Vol 17 No 1 - Winter 1980
Safety and Occupational Health
     Introduction Nancy Blauvelt
     NPS Approach Leroy Spivey
     Planning and Design for Safety and Emergency Provisions Monty L. Christiansen
     Risk Recreation: Philosophical Issues Joel F. Meier
     Towards a System for Evaluating Visitor Safety/Accident Control Programs in Parks and Recreation William W. Davis
     Occupational Hazards and Industrial Hygiene Connie Villar
     Accident Analysis—A Statistical Survey of Park and Recreation Accidents Kay Doerr
     Risk Management in The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Richard C. Stevenson
     Safety as a Collateral Duty—Seashore State Park Thomas L. Gregory
     Road and Highway Safety—Tort Liability David C. Oliver
     Providing Safe and Healthful Concession Facilities and Services L.E. "Buddy" Surles
     Bridge Safety Donald Miller
     Safety for Special Populations Mary C. Rubin
     Conclusion: Importance of Effective Communications in Your Safety Management Program John Hast
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 17 No 2 - Spring 1980
Partnerships for Survival
     Introduction Chris Therrai Delaporte, Director, HCRS
     NRPA: Meeting New Challenges Through Partnerships John H. Davis
     Business/Government Partnerships Boost Public Leisure Opportunities Tish Hunter
     Contractual Services: A Catalyst for Partnership Clare Beckhardt
     From the Ground Up Mayor Jim McConn
     Why Volunteer? Kerry Kenn Allen
     Volunteer Partnerships at Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Peggy O'Dell
     Legal and Logistical Aspects of a Volunteer Program Betty Murphy
     Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area Robert S. Chandler
     The Pinelands National Reserve Sean Reilly and Chick Fagan
     PEPCO: In Partnership with the Community James H. Parsons, Stephen M. Genua, and D. Scott Gravatt
     The W&OD Railroad Regional Park Darrell G. Winslow
     Partnership Dynamics Howard Levitt and Ray Murray
     HCRS: A Partner and a Partnership Broker Meg Maguire
     Who Can You Turn To?
     Letter from Your Managing Editor
Vol 17 No 3 - Summer 1980
The Park and Recreation Employee
     Introduction Maureen Palmedo
     Confessions of a Country Mouse Ellen Ruth Reiss
     Gateway Boosts Urban Career Opportunities Herbert S. Cables, Jr.
     Urban Interpretive Services: An Investment in the Future Steven Kahn
     Upward Mobility Dorothy Benton
     Theme Park Employment Connie Desaulniers
     Goodyear's Approach Bernard A. Watts
     The Industrial Recreation Boom: An interview with Patrick Stinson, Executive Director of the National Industrial Recreation Association
     Meet Your Colleagues
     Robert Conner, Therapeutic Recreation Specialist, Washington, DC Department of Recreation
     Bill Matheson, Maintenance Supervisor, Fort Worden State Park, WA
     Roy W. Feuchter, Director of Recreation Management, USDA Forest Service
     Mary Alice Bivens, Director, Arizona Outdoor Recreation Coordinating Commission
     Jon J. Gruver, Recreation Specialist, US Navy, Special Services
     Marty Silver, Seasonal Interpreter and Park Naturalist, Warriors' Path State Park, TN
     Preparing Park and Recreation Professionals Today Richard Kraus and Delores Williams
     Time for Change Karen Drucker
     Reaching Out to High-Risk Youth Robert Peterson
     Guide to the Governmental Job Market Kevin Coyle and Carl Friedrich
     NRPA Employment Services Donald Henckel
Vol 17 No 4 - Fall 1980
Vegetation Management
     Introduction Mai Liis Bartling
     Choosing Appropriate Vegetation Charles M. Sacamano
     Managing Urban Forests for Recreation John F. Dwyer
     Breeding Better Trees for People Frank S. Santamour, Jr.
     Plan Before You Plant Monty L. Christiansen
     Integrated Pest Management William and Helga Olkowski
     IPM in Modesto: A case study
     Recreation Opportunity Spectrum: A New Management Concept Thomas A. Hoots and Leon J. Buist
     How to Start a Street Tree Program Richard D. Marling
     Managing Recreational Fields of Turfgrass John R. Street
     Evolution of a Policy for Vegetation Management John Nicoles
     Vegetation Fire Control at East Bay
Vol 18 No 1 - 1981
Water-based Recreation
     Introduction Maureen Palmedo
     New Jersey's Urban Waterfronts Elizabeth Chase
     Safety and Law Enforcement on Chesapeake Bay Captain James M. Hurley
     Managing Idaho's Water-Based Recreation Robert L. Meinen
     Water and Power Boosts Recreation Opportunities Kathy Brocato, Ph.D.
     Recycling Detroit's Riverfront Harriet Sapperstein
     Producing Better Sport Fish James E. Weaver, Ph.D.
     Portland Returns to Its Waterfront Douglas W. Bridges
     Outlook for Recreational Boating Michael G. Sciulla
     Management Strategies at Fire Island National Seashore staff
     Pacific Power and Light Company: A Corporate Good Neighbor Lee Carothers
     TVA Lends Recreation a Hand George M. Humphrey, Robert A. Marker, and Richard D. Austin
     Recreational Offerings of Pennsylvania Power and Light Richard E. Cary
     Delaware's Water-Recreation Tourism Susan M. Laporte
     Riding the Crest of the Water Slide Boom Robyn Bebbington
Vol 18 No 2 - 1981
Coping with Cutbacks
     Introduction George Turnbull
     Minnesota Saves Through Careful Planning Linda Pierce, Laurie Young, and Mike Miller
     Quality Interpretation through Citizen Involvement William H. Sontag
     Energy Saving in Ohio State Parks Don Olson
     Creative Financing in a Cutback Era Richard C. Trudeau
     Senior Citizen Park Maintenance Corps Bob Feeney
     How a Regional Park District Cuts Costs Darrell G. Winslow
     Strategies for Managing Fuel Cutbacks William Murphy and Eddie Hueston
     Seattle's Advisory Councils C. M. "Bud" Girtch
     Productivity through Worker Incentive and Satisfaction Daniel G. Hobbs
Vol 18 No 3 - 1981
Equipment and Facilities Design
     Introduction Frank C. Goodell
     Innovative Park Design for the 1980's John W. Bright
     Energy-Efficient Sportsmen's Park R.O. Forson
     Facility Design: Style or Stereotype? Bill Sontag
     Fremont's (NB) Vandal-Resistant Restrooms Joe Collins
     Equipment for Battling Forest Fires Steve Such
     Rediscovering Geothermal Energy Ray Lowery, Jr.
     How the Forest Service Tests Equipment Eunice Waldmann
     Alternate, Energy-Saving Vehicle Technology John Hoke
     Electric Vehicles in the Park John Hoke
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 18 No 4 - 1981
Urban Forestry
     Introduction Kathleen A. Pleasant
     Research Programs in Urban Forestry George H. Moeller
     Resource Management in Visitor Use Areas Jonathan B. Jarvis
     Wildlife in City Parks Thomas M. Franklin
     Forestry in Planning and Development Gary A. Moll
     Recycling Trees: Upgrading an Urban Forestry Program Roger Moellendorf
     Forests in the City Charmaine Ng
     Interpretation of Urban Natural Areas Lurrie V. Pope
     Urban Forestry—Forestry of the Future Frederick J. Deneke and Larry E. Biles
     Urban Forestry—Tyler Arboretum Style David B. Williams
     Cost Effectiveness in Managing Urban Forests E.R.F.W. (Ted) Crossman, Philip A. Barker and J. Alan Wagar
     National Urban Forestry Conference Richard Pardo
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 19 No 1 - 1982
Trends in Natural Resources Management
     Message from NPS Director Russell E. Dickenson
     Introduction: The Greening of Natural Resources Management Roland H. Wauer
     WHAT'S HAPPENING?
     Integrated Pest Management George M. Gardner
     Fire Management Update David B. Butts
     On the Biology and Management of Species Threatened with Extinction A.R. Weisbrod
     Wildlife Population Management Christine Schonewald-Cox
     Minerals Management Charles W. Wood and Daniel M. Hamson
     IMPLEMENTATION
     Resources Management Plans—A Strategy for the Future Milford R. Fletcher and William R. Supernaugh
     Natural Resources Management Training in the NPS Douglas Morris
     Natural Resources Management Development (Trainee) Program
     Natural Resources Management in the Parks—An Explosion of Complexities Gary L. Gregory
     Role of New Resource Managers in the NPS Bryan Harry
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 19 No 2 - 1982
Trends in Maintenance Management
     The Importance of Maintenance Russell E. Dickenson
     Introduction George Gowans
     A Project Evaluation Program Stanley Albright
     Maintenance Standards—A Report from the National Society for Park Resources and the American Park and Recreation Society Arthur T. Wilcox
     Conflict—Security vs. Life Safety Quinton Y. Lawson
     Adaptive Use of Cultural Resources Hugh C. Miller
     Procedures and Requirements for a Facility Inspection and Inventory Program Donald Herring
     Risk Management Robert D. Espeseth
     A Fire Safety Equivalency System for Overnight Accommodations Harold E. Nelson
     Some Reflections on Contracting James Wolfe
     Hazardous Waste Management Frank J. Ruswick, Jr.
     NRPA Maintenance Management Resources Kent J. Blumenthal
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 19 No 3 - 1982
Trends in Energy Management
     Message from NPS Director Russell E. Dickenson
     Introduction John Duran
     Energy: Wild Card of the 80's Susan V. Allen
     An Energy Management Plan that Really Works Susan V. Allen and Frank Pezzorello
     Using the Energy Planning and Management System Bill Graham
     Passive Solar Design Claude Thompson, Jr.
     Alternative Energy Resources:
          I. Two Approaches for Small Scale Solar Systems Richard Simmons and Richard D. Davis
          II. Solar Electric Projects Addison Hulse
          III. Wind Power Development Richard D. Davis
          IV. Micro-Hydro Power John Teichert
          V. Geothermal Potential D.M. Aughenbaugh
     Micro-computers for Energy Data Processing Ted R. Dinkel
     Retrofitting Historic Structures Peter W. Woodbury
     The Insulation of Wood Frame Buildings Murray J. Cowan
     Safety in Wood Heating Linda E. Newman
     The Energy Future—Through Rose-Colored Glasses—Darkly James W. Sterwart
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 19 No 4 - 1982
Trends in Research and Applied Technology
     Point of View... Frank Goodell
     Introduction Jean Matthews with message from Bill Forrey
     NPS, MAB and Natural Resources Christine Schonewald-Cox
     Parks, Science and Volunteers—A Winning Mix Mark C. Jorgensen
     An Answer to "When Are You Going to Quit?" Rolf O. Peterson
     Shoreline Stabilization through Marsh Restoration Bonnie Lou Gay and John T. Tanacredi
     The Peregrine Falcon Story Jean Matthews
     Catalytic Burn Theodore W. Sudia
     Can Signs Help Visitors Control Their Own Behavior? Richard K. Ormrod and Richard G. Trahan
     Monitoring Visitor Use for Interpretation at Urban Recreation Sites Donald R. Field, Darryll R. Johnson and James Gramann
     Fire Control:
     Designing Fire Programs for Parks James K. Agee
     Fires on Florida's Merritt Island Bring Interagency Response Jack de Golia and Craig L. Rieben
     Constitution Gardens Lake—The Ecological Connection John Hoke
     Cooperative Park Study Units: A Study in Synergy James K. Agee, Donald R. Field and Edward E. Starkey
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 20 No 1 - 1983
Trends in Computers in Parks and Recreation
     Introduction Richard J. Schroth, Re.D.
     Maintenance Scheduling and Management System Chrystos D. Siderelis
     Scheduling of Outdoor Athletic Facilities Dan Dahlquist and Ron Bullock
     Labor Cost-Tracking System Richard J. Schroth, Re.D.
     Computer Assisted Reservations Richard H. Keifer
     Sesame Place Sandra G. Hanna
     Plant Management System Carl R. Hahn
     An Approach to In-House Computer Training Deborah Arfman White
     The Paperless Office Karen Michaels
     A Computerized Maintenance Analysis Control Procedure Chrystos D. Siderelis
     Who Can You Turn To? Bibliography Robert T. Watts, Ph.D.
Vol 20 No 2 - 1983
Trends in Cultural Resources Management
     Introduction F. Ross Holland, Jr.
     Planning for Cultural Properties in the National Park System Louis E. Reid and Donald W. Humphrey
     Identifying Significant Historical Resources: Some Principles from the National Historic Landmarks Program Benjamin Levy
     Collection Management Planning in Parks Ann Hitchcock
     Maritime Preservation in America — Coming of Age J. Revell Carr
     Interpretation of Indian Subject Matter David M. Brugge
     Cultural Landscapes: An Emerging Concern for Resource Management Robert Z. Melnick
     Administrative History as a Management Tool Barry Mackintosh
     Managing Shipwrecks in Parks and Preserves Daniel J. Lenihan
     Acid Rain: The Unknown Ingredient Mary V. Maruca
     The PMI — An Alternative to Crisis Maintenance James Skelton
     Climatic Controls for Furnished Historic Buildings Lawrence Klock
     Preservation Beyond Park Boundaries Jerry L. Rogers
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 20 No 3 - 1983
Academe: A Park and Recreation Resource
     Introduction
     Professional Development Herbert Brantley, Ph.D.
     Will Recreational Activity Lead to Better Health for the Elderly? Carol Cutler Riddick
     Native American Interpretation/Environmental Education David Jackson
     Cooperative Interpretive Training Program Donald S. Warder, Ph.D.
     Changing Degree Programs to Enhance Student Skills Louis F. Twardzik
     Carrying Capacity: Evolution of Management Concepts for the National Parks Patricia E. Aspland and Katharine A. Pawelko
     Solving Park Problems: Developing a Social Science Research Plan Gary E. Machlis, Ph.D. and Edwin E. Krumpe, Ph.D.
     Training Resource Managers: An International Program John Titre, Leslie M. Reid, Philip McKnelly, Allan S. Mills and J. Martin Goebel
     Are Your Data Providing Information? Linda Caldwell and Chrytos Siderelis, Ph.D.
     Computers in Academe Patricia Farrell, Ph.D.
     Assessing Outdoor Recreation in the U.S. Lawrence Hartman
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 20 No 4 - 1983
Volunteers in the Park and Recreation Community
     Message from the NPS Director Russell E. Dickenson
     Volunteerism—What It Is and How to Utilize It Roy Graybill
     National Volunteer Project Cheryl Rawls
     Discovering the Volunteer Spirit Where You Are Jill Welch
     Are Volunteers the Answer? Sam Migliazzo
     Youth Volunteers in National Parks Jean C. Henderer
     Restoring the Historic Mojave Road Kevin Freeman
     C.A.M.P.E.R. W.L. "Mike" Brittain
     For the Birds: Volunteers in Research at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center Irene E. Magyar
     Volunteer Programs in the East Bay Regional Park District Richard C. Trudeau
     Volunteers at New York State Historic Sites Maurice H. O'Brien
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 21 No 1 - 1984
Vandalism
     Introduction
     Vandalism Control Management Offers Effective Cost Savings for Tight Park Budgets Monty L. Christiansen
     Vandalism and Its Relationship to Design Brian J. Mihalik, Ed.D.
     Vandalism: Law, Violations, and Intervention in Recreation Settings Harriet H. Christensen, Ph.D. and Nanette J. Davis, Ph.D.
     Vandalism: Taking the Offense Richard Kauffman
     Central Park Graffiti Removal Program Robert M. Powers and David A. Rosen
      A User-Orientation to Managing Vandalism John L. Heywood, Gary W. Mullins and Sally Blower
     Park Watch in San Jose Jay Castellano
     Effectiveness Evaluation of Management Alternatives for Dealing with Park Safety and Security Problems James E. Fletcher
     Vandalism-The Continuing Menace Carl E. Schoening
     Sensitizing Youth to the Effects of Vandalism CM. "Bud" Girtch
     Vandalism: A Research Priority Laura B. Szwak
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 21 No 2 - 1984
Resource-Based Management
     Resource-Based Planning and Management Charles V. Bohart and Ralph C. Wilson
     Soil Survey as an Aid to Recreation Resource Management George D. Bailey
     Plants Materials for Conservation Robert S. MacLauchlan
     New Parks from Old Cemeteries Robert A. Abernathy
     Maximizing Land Resources William L. Hughes
     Recreation Resource Management: Science, Art, or Guessing Game? (A Paradox in Land Stewardship) John T. Hultsman and Richard L. Cottrell)
     Mining to Motorcycling Steven M. Eklund
     Reservoir Timber Clearing and Fish Attractors Al Payne and Jim Robbins
     An Expanded Resource Base — With Master Volunteers Stu Sutherland
     The Association Role in Resource-Based Management Walter N. Peechatka
     Living With The Gypsy Moth Thomas H. Hofacker and Susan M. Tucker
     Bringing Resource Utilization Down to Earth James F. Fisher and Vicki Sudmeier
     Who Can You Turn to?
     Upcoming TRENDS Issues
Vol 21 No 3 - 1984
Law-Related Issues for Park and Recreation Managers
     Introduction Lowell V. Sturgill
     Standards, Liabilities and the Park and Recreation Manager Richard L. Wilburn
     Landfeatures, Locality, and Liability in Park Injury Cases Janna S. Rankin, J.D.
     The Validity of Inspection Reports: An Interview with Frank E. Bird, Jr.
     Discretionary Acts of Managers' Policy Decision-making Betty van der Smissen, J.D.
     Landowner Liability Jeanne L. Langdon
     Recreation and Parks Law Reporter James C. Kozlowski, J.D.
     Take Your Lawyer to Lunch David A. Watts, Esq.
     Waivers and Releases Betty van der Smissen, J.D.
     Federal Tort Liability: Reform in the Wind John Lodge Euler and John J. Farley, III
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 21 No 4 - 1984
User Fees and Charges
Vol 22 No 1 - 1985
Transportation
Vol 22 No 2 - 1985
Vol 22 No 3 - 1985
Risk Recreation
     Introduction Alan Ewert, Ph.D.
     Risk Recreation: Trends and Issues Alan Ewert, Ph.D.
     High Adventure Recreation in Organized Camping Rita Yerkes, Ph.D.
     On The Razor's Edge: The Management of Risk Michael Mobley
     Effects of Outdoor Leadership Certification on Safety, Impacts and Program Standardization David Cockrell and David Detzel
     Outward Bound and Adventure-Based Education Ian Wade
     Regulating Risks in the Nation's Parks Leo H. McAvoy, Ph.D. and Daniel L. Dustin, Ph.D.
     The Challenge in Managing High Risk Visitor Activities Richard L. Wilburn
     The Power and Impact of Risk Recreation for Special Populations Michael Mobley, Judy Deinema, Kelly Rowell and Gini Bradley
     Perceptions and Choices of Risk Taking H. Peter Wingle
     Risk Recreation in Higher Education Charles L. Mand
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 22 No 4 - 1985

Vol 23 No 1 - 1986
Managing Environmental Health Problems in Park and Recreation Areas
     Introduction: Environmental Hazards in Park and Recreation Systems Connie Kurtz
     Managing Environmental Health Hazards Thomas F. Dalton
     The Rational Use of Pesticides in Park and Recreation Areas Michael A. Ruggiero
     Regulating Hazardous Substances Edward A. Klein
     Special Food Operations — Public Health Considerations Joseph P. Schock and Allen Kingsbury
     Acid Rain's Multiple Impacts: Reason and Concern Rosemary Furfey
     Noise Edward J. DiPolvere
     Water Protection in Today's Age of Enlightenment F.L. Doyle and Gorden Leisch
     Backcountry Sanitation Allen Kingsbury and Joseph P. Schock
     Avoiding Legal Risks: Toxic Materials and Civil Liability Daniel P. Selmi
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 23 No 2 - 1986
Vol 23 No 3 - 1986
Emergencies
     Introduction Richard l. Wilburn
     Emergency Medical Services — Developing a Workable Program John L. Chew, Jr.
     Mountain Medicine James N. Wurgler, M.D.
     Prevent Emergencies with Protective Equipment Allen Hager
     All-Risk Emergency Management Bill Pierce
     Poisonous Plants Charles E. (Chuck) Martin, Sr.
     Are You Liable? A Case Study James C. Kozlowski, J.D.
     Survival Themes for Park Management Guy D. Whitmer
     ADP Technology Helps Prevent Emergencies Richard L. Wilburn
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 23 No 4 - 1986
Management
     The Challenge of Managing Park and Recreation Areas William W. Davis, Ph.D.
     For Managers Only - ADP: Partner or Parasite? Susan Smith
     Managers Under Stress - A Look at Two Alternatives Laura G. Greene
      Concessions Management for Visitor Service and Convenience Sherrill Joyner
     Managing in Austere Times John F. Byrne
     Bringing Management Vulnerability into Proper Perspective Richard L. Wilburn
     Public Participation Bud Getty
     Coaching Your Way to Effectiveness Lucia Bragan
     Suggestions on Improving Your Writing Skills Ernest J. Berger
     The Discretionary Function Exception as a Government Defense Against Claims - A Layman's Perspective Richard L. Wilburn
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 24 No 1 - 1987
Vol 24 No 2 - 1987
Federal Land Resource Planning
     Introduction: Federal Land Resource Planning—Interagency Comparisons Robert L. Vertrees
     Forest Service Planning for the National Forests Dennis L. Schweitzer
     National Park Service Planning Cynthia deFranceaux
     Planning in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Edwin A. Verburg and Richard A. Coon
     Planning Approaches in the Bureau of Land Management David C. Williams
     Comparison of Approaches to Public Lands Planning: U.S. Forest Service, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Bureau of Land Management John Randolph
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 24 No 3 - 1987
Vol 24 No 4 - 1987

Vol 25 No 1 - 1988
Vol 25 No 2 - 1988
Vol 25 No 3 - 1988
Urban Parks and Recreation
     Introduction Thomas A. More
     Levels and Patterns of Urban Park Use John F. Dwyer
     Urban Parks as Social Settings: Visitors' Perceptions of Anti-Social Behavior and Crowding Theresa N. Westover, Ph.D.
     The Positive Values of Urban Parks Thomas A. More
     Perceived Quality of Urban Parks and Forests Herbert W. Schroeder
     Urban Bicycle Trails: Use Patterns and User Preferences Paul H. Gobster
     Older People in Urban Parks: How to Serve Them Better Geoffrey Godbey
     The Economic Benefits and Costs of Urban Parks: An Overview Thomas Stevens and Thomas A. More
     Implementing Equity in the Urban Recreation and Park Context Bruce E. Wicks and John L. Crompton
     The Public's Awareness of Urban Parks Daniel Stynes
     Neighborhood Stands: An Analogy for Urban Environmental Management James F. Palmer
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 25 No 4 - 1988
Demands for Outdoor Recreation
     Introduction Gail A. Vander Stoep, Ph.D. and Lawrence A. Hartmann, Ph.D.
     Trends in Leisure and Recreation: How We Got to Where We Are Gina McLellan, Ph.D. and George H. Siehl
     Social Psychological Aspects of Outdoor Recreation Richard Schreyer, Ph.D.
     Participation Shifts in Outdoor Recreation Activities Joseph T. O'Leary, Ph.D., F. Dominic Dottavio, Ph.D. and Francis A. McGuire, Ph.D.
     The Changing Future of Outdoor Recreation Lawrence A. Hartmann, Ph.D., H. Ken Cordell, Ph.D. and Helen R. Freilich
     Non-Recreational Wilderness Use Comes of Age—Again Patrick C. Reed, Ph.D.
     Rumblings of Resurgence: Expanding Roles of and Techniques in Interpretation Gail A. Vander Stoep, Ph.D.
     The Discretionary Function Immunity Trend in Federal Recreation Liability James C. Kozlowski, J.D., Ph.D.
     The Future Supply and Demand for Outdoor Recreation in America John C. Bergstrom, Ph.D. and H. Ken Cordell, Ph.D.
     A Recreation Renaissance is Coming! Elwood L. Shafer, Ph.D., George Moeller and H. Ken Cordell, Ph.D.
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 26 No 1 - 1989
International Cultural Resources Cooperation
     Cultural Resources, the National Park Service and the International Scene Jerry L. Rogers
     The World Heritage Convention Ernest Allen Connally, Ph.D.
     The World Heritage List (as of November 1989)
     Selecting America's World-Class Treasures: The Indicative List of Potential World Heritage Nominations James H. Charleton
     Spanish Heritage Cultural Resources Inventory Richard R. Henderson
     International Training in Cultural Resource Preservation Terry B. Morton
     Photogrammetry and Related Documentary Techniques for the National Park Service Perry E. Borchers
     The Arneri Palace: An American/Yugoslavian Preservation Project Russell V. Keune
     Diagnostic Methods for Evaluating Conditions and Managing Change in Historic Structures Hugh C. Miller
     The National Park Service's List of Classified Structures and Cultural Resources Management Bibliography Alicia Weber
     Heritage Conservation and National Symbols Richard J. Cook
     Commemorating the Christopher Columbus Quincentenary: Designated National Park Service Units
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 26 No 2 - 1989
Vol 26 No 3 - 1989
Vol 26 No 4 - 1989

Vol 27 No 1 - 1990
Vol 27 No 2 - 1990
Vol 27 No 3 - 1990
Trends in Travel and Tourism
     Introduction Harold J. Nolan, Jr., Ph.D.
     Must Tourism Threaten Parks? Clare A. Gunn
     Trends in Tourism Market Research James A. Carr
     Current Trends in Manpower Needs for the Tourism Industry Abraham Pizam, Ph.D. and Any Milman, Ph.D.
     The Visitor and the Resource: Prospects for Protecting Resources and Enhancing the Visitor Experience Robert D. Barbee
     Economic Trends in Tourism Evaluation Harold J. Nolan, Jr., Ph.D.
     Servicing Visitors in the National Parks Brian J. Hill
     Trends in International Tourism Through the Year 2000 David L. Edgell, Ph.D.
     Marketing Tourism Into the '90s: Ideas for Facing a More Competitive Market Jack B. Samuels, Ph.D.
     international Travel and National Parks: A Japanese Example Joseph T. O'Leary, Ph.D. and Francis A. McGuire, Ph.D.
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 27 No 4 - 1990
Preserving Natural Resources
     Introduction F. Eugene Hester, Ph.D.
     Conserving Biological Diversity John Dennis, Ph.D. and Michael Ruggiero, Ph.D.
     Preserving Rare Species Napier Shelton, Ph.D.
     Managing Alien Plants Ronald Hiebert, Ph.D.
     Managing Wildlife in National Parks Gerald Wright, Ph.D.
     Air...A Natural Resource David Joseph
     Managing Water Resources Bill Jackson, Dan Kimball, Barbara West, Owen Williams and Stan Ponce, Ph.D.
     Monitoring Natural Resources Gary E. Davis
     Using Geographic Information Systems to Manage Natural Resources Phil Wondra, Ph.D.
     Beyond Turf: Regional Approaches to Conservation Laurie A. Wayburn
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 28 No 1 - 1991
Vol 28 No 2 - 1991
Parks and Recreation Practitioners Prepare for the Year 2000
     Introduction Guenther Vogt and Jennifer Jones
     Who's In? Future Target Markets for Parks and Recreation Ellen O'Sullivan, Ph.D.
     Managing the Whirlwind: Opportunities for Park and Recreation Services Michael H. Annison
     Socio-Economic Outlook: Outdoor Recreation 2000 Kenneth E. Hornback
     Older Adults—The Current and Future Challenge LuAnne M. Mickelson
     Trends in Youth Soccer S. Robert Contiguglia, M.D.
     Trends in Urban Park Planning—A Southwestern Perspective James D. Coffman
     Ducks Don't Vote: The Dilemma of Wildland Wildlife Managers Leslie Kerr, ASLA
     The Central Park Controversy Marianne Cramer
     Emerging Trends at the State Level Richard D. Westfall
     Partners in Increasing Physical Activity and Promoting Cardiovascular Health: The Colorado Approach Linda Dusenbury and Tim Engels
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 28 No 3 - 1991
Vol 28 No 4 - 1991

Vol 29 No 1 - 1992

Vol 29 No 2 - 1992

Vol 29 No 3 - 1992

Vol 29 No 4 - 1992

Vol 30 No 1 - 1993

Vol 30 No 2 - 1993
Coastal Resource Management
     Coastal Resource Management Stephen Holland, Ph.D.
     Towards a Marine Conservation Ethic: Our Marine-Protected Areas Can Lead the Way Mark Orams
     Park Planning in the Marine Recreational Environment: The Need for Comprehensiveness and Consistency William R. Gordon, Jr., Ph.D.
     Hurricanes—Protection and Restoration of Park Facilities Ronald A. Cook, Ph.D., P.E.
     CommUNITY Partnerships: A Creative Approach to Coastal Resource Development Ken Pagans
     Interagency Interpretive Programs for Coastal Areas Jan Auyong, Ph.D. and Mike Rivers
     Marine Recreation and Tourism: Dimensions and Opportunities Robert D. Espeseth
     Coastal and Marine Ecotourism: A Formula for Sustainable Development? Marc L. Miller and Berit C. Kaae
     The Use of Angler Ethics Education to Support Marine Fisheries Management Ronald L. Schmied
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 30 No 3 - 1993

Vol 30 No 4 - 1993

Vol 31 No 1 - 1994

Vol 31 No 2 - 1994

Vol 31 No 3 - 1994

Vol 31 No 4 - 1994

Vol 32 No 1 - 1995

Vol 32 No 2 - 1995

Vol 32 No 3 - 1995

Vol 32 No 4 - 1995

Vol 33 No 1 - 1996

Vol 33 No 2 - 1996

Vol 33 No 3 - 1996

Vol 33 No 4 - 1996
Alternative Worldviews and Natural Resource Management
     Alternative Worldviews and Natural Resource Management: Introduction and Overview Robert E. Pfister, Ph.D. and Alan W. Ewert, Ph.D.
     Aboriginal Involvement in Park Management in Australia James Absher and Lynn Brake
     Land From Any Other Perspective? Indigenous Perspectives of Land and Resource Management Annie L. Booth
     New Views on Resource Development in Southeastern Siberia Gail A. Fondahl, Ph.D.
     Native Peoples and Resource Management in the Arctic Thomas J. Gallagher, Ph.D.
     Cultural Perspectives: An Alternative View of Land Management Patricia M. Jostad
     In Countless Ways for Thousands of Years: Native American Relationships to Wildlands and Other Protected Places Daniel McDonal and Leo H. McAvoy, Ph.D.
     British Columbia Parks' Partnerships With Aboriginal People Mike Murtha
     Who Can You Turn To?
Vol 34 No 1 - 1997

Vol 34 No 2 - 1997

Vol 34 No 3 - 1997

Vol 34 No 4 - 1997

Vol 35 No 1 - 1998

Vol 35 No 2 - 1998

Vol 35 No 3 - 1998

Vol 35 No 4 - 1998

Vol 36 No 1 - 1999

(Trends ceased publishing in 1999)

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