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Cultural Landscape Recommendations: Park Headquarters at Munson Valley, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

 

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Crater Lake National Park Interpretation Division files, historic photographs.

“Crater Lake National Park Munson Valley” by Kurt Klimt, 1989, three sheets, Historic American Buildings Survey, National Park Service.

“Crater Lake National Park and Vicinity, OR,” U.S. Geological Survey, 26×25 minute series, 1956.

Flagstone walkway, Superintendent’s Residence, west entrance

Gilbert, Cathy A. and Gretchen A. Luxenberg. The Rustic Landscape of Rim Village, 1927-1941, Crater Lake National Park. Seattle, WA: Pacific Northwest Region, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1990.

Good, Albert H. Park and Recreation Structures, Parts I-III. Boulder, CO: Graybooks, 1990 Reprint of the Washington, D.C.: National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1938.

Greene, Linda W. Historic Resource Study, Crater Lake National Park, Oregon. Denver, CO: Denver Service Center, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1984.

Hubbard, Henry Vincent and Theodora Kimball. An Introduction to the Study of Landscape Design. New York MacMillan Co., 1929.

Lange, Francis. G. A Tourist Center in a National Park. Washington University, St. Louis, 1932. Unpublished Master’s thesis.

Lange, Francis G. Interviews with Crater Lake National Park Historian Stephen R. Mark. Vacaville, California, August 1987; 12-14 September 1988; 28 December 1990; 1 February 1991. Typed field notes on file in park.

Mark, Stephen. Munson Valley’s Designed Landscape. Historic American Building Survey No. OR-144, 1990.

Superintendent’s Residence, east entrance

“Munson Valley, Crater Lake National Park, topography”, 1984, drawing no. 106-41025, ten sheets, National Park Service.

“Munson Valley Historic District”, National Register of Historic Places registration form, 1988.

San Bruno, California. National Archives and Records Center. Record Group 79, Records of the National Park Service, Landscape Architect’s Monthly Narrative Reports, 1929-1938. Copies on file in the PNRO Cultural resources Division.

Seattle, Washington. National Archives and Records Center. Record Group 79, Records of the National Park Service, Crater lake National Park.

Shiltgen, Lora. “Managing a Rustic Legacy: A Historic Landscape Study and Management Plan for Longmire Springs Historic District, Mount Rainier National Park.” Master’s thesis, University of Oregon, 1986.

Shiltgen, Lora Ed. Munson Valley, Crater Lake National Park: A manual for Preservation, Redevelopment, Adaptive Use and Interpretation. Eugene, OR: University of Oregon, 1984.

“The Master Plan, Crater Lake National Park” coordinated by the Branch of Plans and Design [drawn by Francis G. Lange], 1939-40, nineteen sheets, Library Collection, Crater Lake.

Tweed, William C. and Laura E. Souliere, Henry G. Law. National Park Service Rustic Architecture: 1916-1942. San Francisco, CA: National Park Service, 1977.