Yosemite and Sequoia a century of California national parks. San Francisco: California Historical Society, Summer 1990 (volume 69, number 2). 28x21 cm, single issue, pp. [87-228], illustrations, maps, pictorial wrappers, perfect bound. Contents: "Introduction: the California National Parks Centennial" by Alfred Runte; "California National Parks Chronology," not credited; "Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks: One Hundred Years of Preservation and Resource Management" by Lary M. Dilsaver and Douglas H. Strong; "Visiting 'The Realm of Wonder': Yosemite and the Business of Tourism, 1855-1916" by Peter J. Blodgett, "Sublime Vistas and Scenic Backdrops: Nineteenth-century Painters and Photographers at Yosemite" by Kate Nearpass Ogden; "From Stagecoach to Packard Twin Six: Yosemite and the Changing Face of Tourism, 1880-1930" by Anne F. Hyde; "Joseph Grinnell and Yosemite: Rediscovering the Legacy of a California Conservationist" by Alfred Runte; "In Harmony with the Landscape: Yosemite's Built Environment, 1913-1940" by Robert C. Pavlik; and "Conservation Conflict and the Founding of Kings Canyon National Park" by Lary M. Dilsaver. An expanded edition of this special issue was published in 1993 as Yosemite and Sequoia a century of California national parks edited by Richard J., Orsi, Alfred Runte, and Marlene Smith-Baranzini. The book edition adds Chapter 8, "Planning Yosemite's Future: a Historical Retrospective" by Alfred Runte and a "Preface" by Michael McCone and Richard J. Orsi. Some wrinkling to last few pages (a production flaw), small nick to front cover, a very good copy. (#167986).
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