53 Bibliography

History of Rim Drive, Crater Lake National Park


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Hewes, Laurence Ilsley. American Highway Practice. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1942.

McClelland, Linda Flint. Building the National Parks: Historic Landscape Design and Construction. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998.

Marriott, Paul Daniel. Saving Historic Roads: Design and Policy Guidelines. New York: National Trust for Historic Preservation and John Wiley & Sons, 1998.

Ruhle, George C. Along Crater Lake Highways: A Road Guide to Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake: Crater Lake Natural History Association, 1953. The 1964 revision is titled Along Crater Lake Roads.

Williams, Howel. The Geology of Crater Lake National Park, with a Reconnaissance of the Cascade Range Southward to Mount Shasta.Washington, DC: Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication 540, 1942.


Bayliss, Dudley C. “Planning Our National Park Roads and Our National Parkways,” Traffic Quarterly (July 1957), pp. 417-440.

Canfield, David H. “Building the Rim Road at Crater Lake: Brief Survey of the Difficult Problems in the Construction of this Scenic Highway,” The Earth Mover 23:4 (April 1936): pp. 7-10.

Mark, Stephen R. “A Study in Appreciation of Nature: John C. Merriam and the Educational Purpose of Crater Lake National Park,” Oregon Historical Quarterly 103:1 (Spring 2002): pp. 98-123.

Williams, Ira A. “Some Notes on the Geology of Crater Lake,” Oregon Out of Doors 1:2 (June 1922): pp. 59-94.

Federal Documents

A. Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army.

Report upon Crater Lake National Park. Extracts from Annual Reports of the Chief of Engineers to the Secretary of War. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1912-1919.

B. Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation.

Garvey, Jane F., et al. Flexibility in Highway Design. Publication Number: FHWA-PD-97-062. Washington, DC: USDOT, 1997.

Western Direct Federal Division, Road Improvement Study, Crater Lake National Park, original copy in park maintenance files, transmittal date June 22, 1984.

C. National Archives and Records Administration, General Services Administration.

Record Group 30, Bureau of Public Roads, accession 43518, box 110, Pacific Northwest Region, Seattle.

Record Group 77, Army Corps of Engineers, Office of the Chief Engineer, First Portland District, boxes 406-410, CLP files 100 — 224, Pacific Northwest Region, Seattle.

Record Group 79, National Park Service, Resident Landscape Architect Monthly Reports to the Chief Architect, location 3001A-E, boxes 1-2, Pacific Sierra Region, San Bruno.

Record Group 79, National Park Service, accession 67A618, boxes 4499 and 10003, files 620-631, Pacific Northwest Region, Seattle.

D. National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior.

Gilbert, Cathy A. and Luxenberg, Gretchen A. The Rustic Landscape of Rim Village, 1927-1941. Seattle: Cultural Resources Division, Pacific Northwest Region, 1990.

Good, Albert H. Park and Recreation Structures: Part I — Administration and Basic Service Facilities. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1938.

Gyorgyfalvy, Robin. Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway, Corridor Management Plan, Supplement III. Produced in cooperation with the Winema National Forest, final draft dated December 14, 2001.

McClelland, Linda Flint. Historic Park Landscapes in National and State Parks, multiple property documentation form for the National Register of Historic Places, approved by the Keeper of the National Register, October 4, 1995.

Senos, Rene and Dietz, Rebecca. Rim Road Cultural Landscape Inventory, Crater Lake National Park. Draft of September 1997.

Shelby, Bo and Wolf, Donald W. Social Impacts of Design Alternatives: Visitor Behavior and Management Alternatives at Crater Lake National Park. Report 81-2 from the cooperative park studies unit, Oregon State University, Corvallis.

Soulliere, Laura E. Historic Roads in the National Park System. Special History Study, NPS D-1075. Denver: Resource Planning Group, Denver Service Center, 1995.

E. Crater Lake National Park Museum and Archives Collections

catalog no. name of collection
1695 Superintendent’s Annual Reports, 1928-1953
1716 Superintendent’s Monthly Reports, 1928-1966
8556 William Gladstone Steel scrapbooks no. 35 — 41
(photostatic copies made c.1966, bound as vols. II and III in library)
8883 Francis G. Lange Photograph File
8885 Crater Lake [National Park Service] Photographic File
8889 Building and Construction Files
8895 Biographical Files, John C. Merriam (Crater Lake memoranda, 1928-34)
8899 Drawings, Plans, and Maps
10137 Francis G. Lange Professional Papers