Cultural Landscape Recommendations: Park Headquarters at Munson Valley, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon
Access road and meadow at Superintendent’s Residence, looking northwest
1. Portland Oregonian, August 28, 1921, sec. 4 p.7, quoted in Richard M. Brown, “The Lady of the Woods Revisited”, Crater Lake Nature Notes XXI (1955), 11 in Munson Valley’s Designed Landscape, 1990, 5.
2. General Scheme, Development Program, Crater Lake National Park, n.a. [Charles G. Thompson, Superintendent] Medford, Oregon, January 1928, RG79, 67A614, Box 8936, File 600-03-01 Development Outline, FRC Seattle inMunson Valley’s Designed Landscape, 9.
3. Hubbard, Henry Vincent and Theodora Kimball. An Introduction to the Study of Landscape Design. New York: MacMillan Co., 1929, 267.
4. Mark, Stephen. Notes from an Oral History Interview with Francis Lange, February 1, 1991.
5. Mark, Stephen. Munson Valley’s Designed Landscape. Historic American Building Survey No. OR-144, 1990, 1.
6. General Scheme, Development Program, Crater Lake National Park, 1928, ibid., 9.
7. Lange, Francis G. A Tourist Center in a National Park. St. Louis: Washington University, unpublished Master’s thesis, 1932, 128.
8. Merel Sager to the Chief Landscape Architect, 11-30 July 1932, National Park Service Records, RG79, Landscape Architects’ Reports to the Chief Architect through the Superintendent, Box 1 Crater Lake National Park 1929-34,” National Archives and Records Center, San Bruno, CA.