Circular of general information regarding Sequoia National Park and General Grant National Park ... Open all year 1932 [cover title]. [Washington, D. C.]: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1932. 23.2x15 cm, pp. i-ii 1-50, 5 illustrations (on covers), 6 maps (2 folding), original pictorial cream wrappers printed in black, stapled. At head of title: "United States Department of the Interior / Ray Lyman Wilbur, Secretary / National Park Service / Horace M. Albright, Director." Provides general information about Sequoia and General Grant National Parks, rules and regulations for the parks, approved 13 January 1932, and "Authorized rates for public utilities, season of 1932," which provides detailed information on goods and services provided by camps, stores, and transportation within the parks. The maps are: "Automobile Routes" (roads leading to western National Parks), "Railroad Routes" (routes leading to western National Parks), "Map of Giant Forest and Immediate Surroundings" (folded), "Central Area of Giant Forest," "Map of Sequoia and General Grant National Parks" (folded), and "Map showing location of principal trees in General Grant National Park." The large folded map of the parks "engraved and printed by the U. S. Geological Survey," shows roads, trails, visitor services, and topographic points of interest, with "good" and "poor" auto roads and trails printed in red. Wrappers separated along spine fold, owner's signature at top edge of front cover, some text leaves dog eared, a fair copy. These circulars are chock full of interesting statistics and are underrated as resource material, and they are all now uncommon. (#166815).
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