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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 204 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=12mm, Gew.=263gr, [GR: 25700 - TB/Literaturwissenschaft], [SW: - Literature - Classics / Criticism], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: A STATE PARK ANTHOLOGY SELECTED AND EDITED BY HERBERT EVISON Executive Secretary, National Conference on State Parks Woe unto them that join house to house, That lay field to field. Till there be no place That they may be placed alone In the midst of the earth. ISAIAH 5 8. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STATE PARKS WASHINGTON, IXC. 1930 G. F. Morgan Photo In Buttermilk Falls State Park, Finger Lakes Region, New York CONTENTS PAGE Foreword The Editor 7 The Task of Conservation Richard Lieber 9 Scenery A Natural Resource Stanley Coulter 13 Present-Day Outdoor Recreation and the Relation of State Parks to It Frederick Law Olmsted IS A Brief History of State Recreation Areas . Beatrice Ward Nelson 28 Public Parks and Health . . Royal S. Copeland, M. D. 33 State Parks Harold A, Caparn 35 Beauty The Primary Essential . . Harold A. Caparn 4 The Farmer Needs Parks James Speed 44 Saving the Waterways for the People . Tarn Deering 47 State Parks Near Large Cities . William A. Stinchcomb 54 The Preservation of Small Streams .... Jay Downer 57 The Price of Procrastination .... Albert M. Turner 59 Legislation Beatrice Ward Nelson 63 Bases for the Selection of State Parks Frederick Law Olmsted 67 The Study and Selection of Sites for State Parks . . . James L. Greenleaf 70 Planning a System of State Parks for Connecticut . . . Albert M. Turner 77 What Lands Are Suitable for State Parks Wilbur A. Nelson 83 How State Parks Are Acquired . Beatrice Ward Nelson 85 Principles Governing Acquisition of State Park Areas . . Frederick Law Olmsted 90 Values Real and Sentimental . . . Albert M. Turner 93 5 6 CONTENTS PAGE Planning a State Park for Use Harold A. Caparn and Jay Downer 96 The Need of Professional Skill inState Park Planning . Charles W. Leavitt 105 Trails in State Parks Emerson Knight 109 How Far Shall We Develop State Parks ...... Albert M. Turner 116 How Indiana Serves the Public in Its State Parks . . . Charles G. Sauers l l Administration and Administrative Organization . . . Beatrice Ward Nelson 125 Some Principles of State Park Management Charles 0. Sauers 130 The Study of Nature in the Out-of - Doors Laurence Vail Coleman 134 Trailside Conversations William H. Carr 149 State Park and Forest Sanitation . . . JohnC. Diggs 16 Group Camping L. H. Weir 165 State Park Publicity Raymond H. Torrey 171 Relation of Landscape Architect to State Park Movement S. Herbert Hare 176 How to Enjoy State Parks . . William D. MacClintock 183 Connecticut State Parks A Financial Report to the Shareholders Albert M.. Turner 186 State Trails A Corollary to State Parks Albert M. Turner 190 Contributors 193 FOREWORD IT IS now sixty years since the first State Park was established by California in Yosemite Valley, later included in Yosemite National Park. In spite of this fact, it was not until automobiles became fairly numerous, and sufficient good or fair roads had been built to permit ready access to areas at a distance from centers of population, that the State Park movement may be said to have been fairly launched. Such State Parks as had been established in the meantime had generally been created to preserve some outstandingly scenic area, such as the Niagara Reservation in New York, and resulted from a strong public opinion that was concerned as a rule only with a single project, and that had little or no vision of a day when most of our States would be building up systems of State Parks. It isduring the past decade that the establishment of State Park systems has become a widely recognized function of our State governments. In the old days park advocates would say, Here is an area so outstanding in its beauty that it ought to be saved for the public... A STATE PARK ANTHOLOGY SELECTED AND EDITED BY HERBERT EVISON Executive Secretary, National Conference on State Parks Woe unto them that join house to house, That lay field to field. Till there be no place That they may be placed alone In the midst of the earth. ISAIAH 5 8. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STATE PARKS WASHINGTON, IXC. 1930 G. F. Morgan Photo In Buttermilk Falls State Park, Finger Lakes Region, New York CONTENTS PAGE Foreword The Editor 7 The Task of Conservation Richard Lieber 9 Scenery A Natural Resource Stanley Coulter 13 Present-Day Outdoor Recreation and the Relation of State Parks to It Frederick Law Olmsted IS A Brief History of State Recreation Areas . Beatrice Ward Nelson 28 Public Parks and Health . . Royal S. Copeland, M. D. 33 State Parks Harold A, Caparn 35 Beauty The Primary Essential . . Harold A. Caparn 4 The Farmer Needs Parks James Speed 44 Saving the Waterways for the People . Tarn Deering 47 State Parks Near Large Cities . William A. Stinchcomb 54 The Preservation of Small Streams .... Jay Downer 57 The Price of Procrastination .... Albert M. Turner 59 Legislation Beatrice Ward Nelson 63 Bases for the Selection of State Parks Frederick Law Olmsted 67 The Study and Selection of Sites for State Parks . . . James L. Greenleaf 70 Planning a System of State Parks for Connecticut . . . Albert M. Turner 77 What Lands Are Suitable for State Parks Wilbur A. Nelson 83 How State Parks Are Acquired . Beatrice Ward Nelson 85 Principles Governing Acquisition of State Park Areas . . Frederick Law Olmsted 90 Values Real and Sentimental . . . Albert M. Turner 93 5 6 CONTENTS PAGE Planning a State Park for Use Harold A. Caparn and Jay Downer 96 The Need of Professional Skill inState Park Planning . Charles W. Leavitt 105 Trails in State Parks Emerson Knight 109 How Far Shall We Develop State Parks ...... Albert M. Turner 116 How Indiana Serves the Public in Its State Parks . . . Charles G. Sauers l l Administration and Administrative Organization . . . Beatrice Ward Nelson 125 Some Principles of State Park Management Charles 0. Sauers 130 The Study of Nature in the Out-of - Doors Laurence Vail Coleman 134 Trailside Conversations William H. Carr 149 State Park and Forest Sanitation . . . JohnC. Diggs 16 Group Camping L. H. Weir 165 State Park Publicity Raymond H. Torrey 171 Relation of Landscape Architect to State Park Movement S. Herbert Hare 176 How to Enjoy State Parks . . William D. MacClintock 183 Connecticut State Parks A Financial Report to the Shareholders Albert M.. Turner 186 State Trails A Corollary to State Parks Albert M. Turner 190 Contributors 193 FOREWORD IT IS now sixty years since the first State Park was established by California in Yosemite Valley, later included in Yosemite National Park. In spite of this fact, it was not until automobiles became fairly numerous, and sufficient good or fair roads had been built to permit ready access to areas at a distance from centers of population, that the State Park movement may be said to have been fairly launched. Such State Parks as had been established in the meantime had generally been created to preserve some outstandingly scenic area, such as the Niagara Reservation in New York, and resulted from a strong public opinion that was concerned as a rule only with a single project, and that had little or no vision of a day when most of our States would be building up systems of State Parks. It isduring the past decade that the establishment of State Park systems has become a widely recognized function of our State governments. In the old days park advocates would say, Here is an area so outstanding in its beauty that it ought to be saved for the public...

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 204 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=12mm, Gew.=263gr, [GR: 25700 - TB/Literaturwissenschaft], [SW: - Literature - Classics / Criticism], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: A STATE PARK ANTHOLOGY SELECTED AND EDITED BY HERBERT EVISON Executive Secretary, National Conference on State Parks Woe unto them that join house to house, That lay field to field. Till there be no place That they may be placed alone In the midst of the earth. ISAIAH 5 8. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STATE PARKS WASHINGTON, IXC. 1930 G. F. Morgan Photo In Buttermilk Falls State Park, Finger Lakes Region, New York CONTENTS PAGE Foreword The Editor 7 The Task of Conservation Richard Lieber 9 Scenery A Natural Resource Stanley Coulter 13 Present-Day Outdoor Recreation and the Relation of State Parks to It Frederick Law Olmsted IS A Brief History of State Recreation Areas . Beatrice Ward Nelson 28 Public Parks and Health . . Royal S. Copeland, M. D. 33 State Parks Harold A, Caparn 35 Beauty The Primary Essential . . Harold A. Caparn 4 The Farmer Needs Parks James Speed 44 Saving the Waterways for the People . Tarn Deering 47 State Parks Near Large Cities . William A. Stinchcomb 54 The Preservation of Small Streams .... Jay Downer 57 The Price of Procrastination .... Albert M. Turner 59 Legislation Beatrice Ward Nelson 63 Bases for the Selection of State Parks Frederick Law Olmsted 67 The Study and Selection of Sites for State Parks . . . James L. Greenleaf 70 Planning a System of State Parks for Connecticut . . . Albert M. Turner 77 What Lands Are Suitable for State Parks Wilbur A. Nelson 83 How State Parks Are Acquired . Beatrice Ward Nelson 85 Principles Governing Acquisition of State Park Areas . . Frederick Law Olmsted 90 Values Real and Sentimental . . . Albert M. Turner 93 5 6 CONTENTS PAGE Planning a State Park for Use Harold A. Caparn and Jay Downer 96 The Need of Professional Skill inState Park Planning . Charles W. Leavitt 105 Trails in State Parks Emerson Knight 109 How Far Shall We Develop State Parks ...... Albert M. Turner 116 How Indiana Serves the Public in Its State Parks . . . Charles G. Sauers l l Administration and Administrative Organization . . . Beatrice Ward Nelson 125 Some Principles of State Park Management Charles 0. Sauers 130 The Study of Nature in the Out-of - Doors Laurence Vail Coleman 134 Trailside Conversations William H. Carr 149 State Park and Forest Sanitation . . . JohnC. Diggs 16 Group Camping L. H. Weir 165 State Park Publicity Raymond H. Torrey 171 Relation of Landscape Architect to State Park Movement S. Herbert Hare 176 How to Enjoy State Parks . . William D. MacClintock 183 Connecticut State Parks A Financial Report to the Shareholders Albert M.. Turner 186 State Trails A Corollary to State Parks Albert M. Turner 190 Contributors 193 FOREWORD IT IS now sixty years since the first State Park was established by California in Yosemite Valley, later included in Yosemite National Park. In spite of this fact, it was not until automobiles became fairly numerous, and sufficient good or fair roads had been built to permit ready access to areas at a distance from centers of population, that the State Park movement may be said to have been fairly launched. Such State Parks as had been established in the meantime had generally been created to preserve some outstandingly scenic area, such as the Niagara Reservation in New York, and resulted from a strong public opinion that was concerned as a rule only with a single project, and that had little or no vision of a day when most of our States would be building up systems of State Parks. It isduring the past decade that the establishment of State Park systems has become a widely recognized function of our State governments. In the old days park advocates would say, Here is an area so outstanding in its beauty that it ought to be saved for the public...

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 204 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=12mm, Gew.=263gr, [GR: 25700 - TB/Literaturwissenschaft], [SW: - Literature - Classics / Criticism], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: A STATE PARK ANTHOLOGY SELECTED AND EDITED BY HERBERT EVISON Executive Secretary, National Conference on State Parks Woe unto them that join house to house, That lay field to field. Till there be no place That they may be placed alone In the midst of the earth. ISAIAH 5 8. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STATE PARKS WASHINGTON, IXC. 1930 G. F. Morgan Photo In Buttermilk Falls State Park, Finger Lakes Region, New York CONTENTS PAGE Foreword The Editor 7 The Task of Conservation Richard Lieber 9 Scenery A Natural Resource Stanley Coulter 13 Present-Day Outdoor Recreation and the Relation of State Parks to It Frederick Law Olmsted IS A Brief History of State Recreation Areas . Beatrice Ward Nelson 28 Public Parks and Health . . Royal S. Copeland, M. D. 33 State Parks Harold A, Caparn 35 Beauty The Primary Essential . . Harold A. Caparn 4 The Farmer Needs Parks James Speed 44 Saving the Waterways for the People . Tarn Deering 47 State Parks Near Large Cities . William A. Stinchcomb 54 The Preservation of Small Streams .... Jay Downer 57 The Price of Procrastination .... Albert M. Turner 59 Legislation Beatrice Ward Nelson 63 Bases for the Selection of State Parks Frederick Law Olmsted 67 The Study and Selection of Sites for State Parks . . . James L. Greenleaf 70 Planning a System of State Parks for Connecticut . . . Albert M. Turner 77 What Lands Are Suitable for State Parks Wilbur A. Nelson 83 How State Parks Are Acquired . Beatrice Ward Nelson 85 Principles Governing Acquisition of State Park Areas . . Frederick Law Olmsted 90 Values Real and Sentimental . . . Albert M. Turner 93 5 6 CONTENTS PAGE Planning a State Park for Use Harold A. Caparn and Jay Downer 96 The Need of Professional Skill inState Park Planning . Charles W. Leavitt 105 Trails in State Parks Emerson Knight 109 How Far Shall We Develop State Parks ...... Albert M. Turner 116 How Indiana Serves the Public in Its State Parks . . . Charles G. Sauers l l Administration and Administrative Organization . . . Beatrice Ward Nelson 125 Some Principles of State Park Management Charles 0. Sauers 130 The Study of Nature in the Out-of - Doors Laurence Vail Coleman 134 Trailside Conversations William H. Carr 149 State Park and Forest Sanitation . . . JohnC. Diggs 16 Group Camping L. H. Weir 165 State Park Publicity Raymond H. Torrey 171 Relation of Landscape Architect to State Park Movement S. Herbert Hare 176 How to Enjoy State Parks . . William D. MacClintock 183 Connecticut State Parks A Financial Report to the Shareholders Albert M.. Turner 186 State Trails A Corollary to State Parks Albert M. Turner 190 Contributors 193 FOREWORD IT IS now sixty years since the first State Park was established by California in Yosemite Valley, later included in Yosemite National Park. In spite of this fact, it was not until automobiles became fairly numerous, and sufficient good or fair roads had been built to permit ready access to areas at a distance from centers of population, that the State Park movement may be said to have been fairly launched. Such State Parks as had been established in the meantime had generally been created to preserve some outstandingly scenic area, such as the Niagara Reservation in New York, and resulted from a strong public opinion that was concerned as a rule only with a single project, and that had little or no vision of a day when most of our States would be building up systems of State Parks. It isduring the past decade that the establishment of State Park systems has become a widely recognized function of our State governments. In the old days park advocates would say, Here is an area so outstanding in its beauty that it ought to be saved for the public...

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[ED: Softcover], [PU: Dodo Press], A STATE PARK ANTHOLOGY SELECTED AND EDITED BY HERBERT EVISON Executive Secretary, National Conference on State Parks Woe unto them that join house to house, That lay field to field. Till there be no place That they may be placed alone In the midst of the earth. ISAIAH 5 8. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STATE PARKS WASHINGTON, IXC. 1930 G. F. Morgan Photo In Buttermilk Falls State Park, Finger Lakes Region, New York CONTENTS PAGE Foreword The Editor 7 The Task of Conservation Richard Lieber 9 Scenery A Natural Resource Stanley Coulter 13 Present-Day Outdoor Recreation and the Relation of State Parks to It Frederick Law Olmsted IS A Brief History of State Recreation Areas . Beatrice Ward Nelson 28 Public Parks and Health . . Royal S. Copeland, M. D. 33 State Parks Harold A, Caparn 35 Beauty The Primary Essential . . Harold A. Caparn 4 The Farmer Needs Parks James Speed 44 Saving the Waterways for the People . Tarn Deering 47 State Parks Near Large Cities . William A. Stinchcomb 54 The Preservation of Small Streams .... Jay Downer 57 The Price of Procrastination .... Albert M. Turner 59 Legislation Beatrice Ward Nelson 63 Bases for the Selection of State Parks Frederick Law Olmsted 67 The Study and Selection of Sites for State Parks . . . James L. Greenleaf 70 Planning a System of State Parks for Connecticut . . . Albert M. Turner 77 What Lands Are Suitable for State Parks Wilbur A. Nelson 83 How State Parks Are Acquired . Beatrice Ward Nelson 85 Principles Governing Acquisition of State Park Areas . . Frederick Law Olmsted 90 Values Real and Sentimental . . . Albert M. Turner 93 5 6 CONTENTS PAGE Planning a State Park for Use Harold A. Caparn and Jay Downer 96 The Need of Professional Skill inState Park Planning . Charles W. Leavitt 105 Trails in State Parks Emerson Knight 109 How Far Shall We Develop State Parks ...... Albert M. Turner 116 How Indiana Serves the Public in Its State Parks . . . Charles G. Sauers l l Administration and Administrative Organization . . . Beatrice Ward Nelson 125 Some Principles of State Park Management Charles 0. Sauers 130 The Study of Nature in the Out-of - Doors Laurence Vail Coleman 134 Trailside Conversations William H. Carr 149 State Park and Forest Sanitation . . . JohnC. Diggs 16 Group Camping L. H. Weir 165 State Park Publicity Raymond H. Torrey 171 Relation of Landscape Architect to State Park Movement S. Herbert Hare 176 How to Enjoy State Parks . . William D. MacClintock 183 Connecticut State Parks A Financial Report to the Shareholders Albert M.. Turner 186 State Trails A Corollary to State Parks Albert M. Turner 190 Contributors 193 FOREWORD IT IS now sixty years since the first State Park was established by California in Yosemite Valley, later included in Yosemite National Park. In spite of this fact, it was not until automobiles became fairly numerous, and sufficient good or fair roads had been built to permit ready access to areas at a distance from centers of population, that the State Park movement may be said to have been fairly launched. Such State Parks as had been established in the meantime had generally been created to preserve some outstandingly scenic area, such as the Niagara Reservation in New York, and resulted from a strong public opinion that was concerned as a rule only with a single project, and that had little or no vision of a day when most of our States would be building up systems of State Parks. It isduring the past decade that the establishment of State Park systems has become a widely recognized function of our State governments. In the old days park advocates would say, Here is an area so outstanding in its beauty that it ought to be saved for the public...Versandfertig in ca. 2 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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A STATE PARK ANTHOLOGY SELECTED AND EDITED BY HERBERT EVISON Executive Secretary, National Conference on State Parks Woe unto them that join house to house, That lay field to field. Till there be no place That they may be placed alone In the midst of the earth. ISAIAH 5 8. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STATE PARKS WASHINGTON, IXC. 1930 G. F. Morgan Photo In Buttermilk Falls State Park, Finger Lakes Region, New York CONTENTS PAGE Foreword The Editor 7 The Task of Conservation Richard Lieber 9 Scenery A Natural Resource Stanley Coulter 13 Present-Day Outdoor Recreation and the Relation of State Parks to It Frederick Law Olmsted IS A Brief History of State Recreation Areas . Beatrice Ward Nelson 28 Public Parks and Health . . Royal S. Copeland, M. D. 33 State Parks Harold A, Caparn 35 Beauty The Primary Essential . . Harold A. Caparn 4 The Farmer Needs Parks James Speed 44 Saving the Waterways for the People . Tarn Deering 47 State Parks Near Large Cities . William A. Stinchcomb 54 The Preservation of Small Streams .... Jay Downer 57 The Price of Procrastination .... Albert M. Turner 59 Legislation Beatrice Ward Nelson 63 Bases for the Selection of State Parks Frederick Law Olmsted 67 The Study and Selection of Sites for State Parks . . . James L. Greenleaf 70 Planning a System of State Parks for Connecticut . . . Albert M. Turner 77 What Lands Are Suitable for State Parks Wilbur A. Nelson 83 How State Parks Are Acquired . Beatrice Ward Nelson 85 Principles Governing Acquisition of State Park Areas . . Frederick Law Olmsted 90 Values Real and Sentimental . . . Albert M. Turner 93 5 6 CONTENTS PAGE Planning a State Park for Use Harold A. Caparn and Jay Downer 96 The Need of Professional Skill inState Park Planning . Charles W. Leavitt 105 Trails in State Parks Emerson Knight 109 How Far Shall We Develop State Parks ...... Albert M. Turner 116 How Indiana Serves the Public in Its State Parks . . . Charles G. Sauers l l Administration and Administrative Organization . . . Beatrice Ward Nelson 125 Some Principles of State Park Management Charles 0. Sauers 130 The Study of Nature in the Out-of - Doors Laurence Vail Coleman 134 Trailside Conversations William H. Carr 149 State Park and Forest Sanitation . . . JohnC. Diggs 16 Group Camping L. H. Weir 165 State Park Publicity Raymond H. Torrey 171 Relation of Landscape Architect to State Park Movement S. Herbert Hare 176 How to Enjoy State Parks . . William D. MacClintock 183 Connecticut State Parks A Financial Report to the Shareholders Albert M.. Turner 186 State Trails A Corollary to State Parks Albert M. Turner 190 Contributors 193 FOREWORD IT IS now sixty years since the first State Park was established by California in Yosemite Valley, later included in Yosemite National Park. In spite of this fact, it was not until automobiles became fairly numerous, and sufficient good or fair roads had been built to permit ready access to areas at a distance from centers of population, that the State Park movement may be said to have been fairly launched. Such State Parks as had been established in the meantime had generally been created to preserve some outstandingly scenic area, such as the Niagara Reservation in New York, and resulted from a strong public opinion that was concerned as a rule only with a single project, and that had little or no vision of a day when most of our States would be building up systems of State Parks. It isduring the past decade that the establishment of State Park systems has become a widely recognized function of our State governments. In the old days park advocates would say, Here is an area so outstanding in its beauty that it ought to be saved for the public...

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