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The Rustic Landscape of Rim Village, 1927-1941

 

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Cover

Acknowledgments

I. Introduction

Historical Overview

Purpose of the Report

Methodology and Scope

II. Existing Conditions

Context and Site Boundaries

III. Landscape History

Design Context

     Introduction

The Rustic Style At The Rim

     Introduction

     Implementation

Summary

IV. Typology

Introduction

Circulation

     Roads

     Parking

     Walkways

     Trails

Vegetation

     Planting Concepts

     Plant Materials

Structures

     Buildings

     Rock Walls

Small-Scale Features

     Signs

     Drinking Fountains

     Curbing

     Benches

     Picnic Tables

     Fireplaces

Construction Technologies

     Stonework

     Planting

     Paving

V. Recommendations

Introduction

     Significance and Integrity

     New Design in the Context of the Designed Historic Landscape

     Recommendations

Circulation

Vegetation

Structures

Small-Scale Features

Construction Technologies

VI. Endnotes

VII. Bibliography

VIII. Appendices

Appendix A: Apologia, from Park Structures and Facilities, 1935

Appendix B: Memorandum on Rockwork at Rim Village, 1989

Appendix C: Memorandum on Treatment of Historic Plant Materials around Crater Lake Lodge, 1988

Appendix D: "The Need to Naturalize," by Merle Sager, 1932

Appendix E: List of Classified Structures, Rim Village

Appendix F: Memorandum on Historic Signs at Crater Lake National Park, 1990

Appendix G: Master Plan Drawings for Rim Village, 1931, 1936, 1939

 

 

 

 

 

 

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