--Branching Into History
--Interpretation In Crisis
The Harpers Ferry infrastructure -- Conrad L. Wirth, George B. Hartzog, Jr., and Bertha Mather McPherson, daughter of Stephen T. Mather, cut ribbon at Wirth Hall, home of the Mather Training Center, April 17, 1964.
Rep. Harley O. Staggers, Sen. Jennings Randolph, William C. Everhart, Secretary Stewart L. Udall, and Sen. Robert C. Byrd view Interpretive Design Center model, September 21, 1967.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial amphitheatre, August 25, 1957.
Living History -- Musket firing at Morristown National Historical Park, 1973 (reconstructed soldiers' huts in background).
Living History -- cooking in Reconstructed slave cabin, Booker T. Washington National Monument, 1974.
Exhibit preparation -- model laboratory at Fort Hunt, Virginia, c. 1935.
NPS Officials with Educational Advisory Board, Feb. 27, 1933. Left to right sitting: Harold C. Bryant, Waldo G. Leland, Hermon C. Bumpus, Frank R. Oastler, Horace M. Albright, W.W. Campbell; standing: Verne E. Chatelain, Earl A. Trager, Laurence Vail Coleman.
Freeman Tilden in Rock Creek Park, 1969.
Interpretive innovations -- Historian George E. Davidson of Edison National Historic Site with his mobile interpretive unit, a converted mail van, 1971.
"Ghost" reconstructions at Franklin Court, Independence National Historical Park, 1975.
Temporary Interpretive facilities -- campground museum at Glacier National Park, 1932.