Crater Lake National Park: Administrative History by Harlan D. Unrau and Stephen Mark, 1987
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: Planning and Development at Rim Village: 1886 – present
The idea for an addition to the two volumes written by Harlan Unrau was first suggested by Dr. Stephanie Toothman, Chief of the Cultural Resources Division, Pacific Northwest Region. She not only saw the need to document past planning and development at Rim Village, but wanted to establish a precedent in making the park’s administrative history a “living” work by periodically adding chapters.
Editorial assistance during the draft stage was rendered by Maureen Briggs and Kent Taylor of the park’s Interpretation Division. The draft was reviewed by Mr. Unrau, Dr. Toothman, Alfred Staehli, Superintendent Robert Benton, and Associate Regional Director Richard Winters. Improvements to the initial version were facilitated by their comments and the availability of more source material which appeared in the eleven months after completion of the draft.
Stephen R. Mark
*US Department of the Interior, National Park Service. Administrative History, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon, by Harlan D. Unrau, 1988. Two volumes.