WILLIAM P. BRANDON entered the Service in 1937 as
Junior Park Historian assigned to Guilford Courthouse National Military
Park and last year was made Acting Superintendent of that area. A
graduate of Emory University and of the University of North Carolina, he
spent several years as a college instructor of history and political
NELSON DANGREMOND was transferred in 1937 from Camden
Hills Recreational Demonstration Area, Maine, to the Richmond office as
Junior Recreational Planner. He is a graduate of the New York State
College of Forestry and was for a period an employee of the United
States Forest Service.
C. RAYMOND VINTEN, who entered the Service as a
Project Superintendent only a few weeks after the Civilian Conservation
Corps was established, was assigned six months later to the duties of
Inspector for Florida, the position he now holds. He graduated from
Massachusetts State College, taught in high school and college for a
brief period, and then was engaged for 10 years in the field of
landscape architecture in Ohio and Florida.
ROY EDGAR APPLEMAN and HERBERT EVISON have been
thumbnail sketched in previous issues.