Glimpses of our national parks as revised and expanded by Isabelle F. Story[,] Editor-in-chief. Washington: United States Government Printing Office, 1934. 23x14.5 cm, pp. [i-iii] iv 1-92, illustrations, 1 map (on inside rear cover), original pictorial white wrappers printed in light blue and black, stapled. Revised and expanded edition. At head of title: "United States Department of the Interior / Harold L. Ickes, Secretary / National Park Service / Arno B. Cammerer, Director / In Cooperation with / Robert C. Fechner / Director of Emergency Conservation Work." A new edition, revised and expanded by Isabelle F. Story, Chief of Information, National Park Service, from the text of the 1916 original edition prepared by Robert Sterling Yard, who, in 1920, resigned as editor of the National Park Service. As of June 15, 1934 there were twenty-two National Parks, one national historical park, and forty national monuments under the jurisdiction of the National Park Service. This edition includes commentary on the role of engineers and landscape architects in developing park facilities and the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps in the parks. The Yosemite National Park, pages 21-24; The Sequoia and General Grant National Parks, pages 25-. There are earlier editions edited by Story (1888-1970) including a 65-page version published in 1929, and more followed, the last apparently published in 1941. Covers rubbed and soiled, a good copy. (#166616).
"Revised and expanded" on title page.