The Regional Review

Volume III - Nos. 4 & 5

October-November, 1939


M. D. JONES, a native of New Jersey, entered the Service this year after a long record in the engineering field both in the United States and abroad. His work carried him to New Zealand for three years, and for a two-year period he was chief foreign consultant for the building industry to the Supreme Technical Council of Russia. He has traveled widely in Europe. He is an alumnus ('05) of Lehigh University.

JOSEPH S. HALL, born in Montana in 1906, is a graduate of Stanford University and has pursued advanced studies at Columbia University (M. A.), and in Paris at the École des Hautes Études, the Collège de France and the École des Langues Orientales. He is at present University Fellow in English at Columbia. He was a Service Student Technician in Great Smoky Mountains National Park in 1937.

WILLIAM E. O'NEIL, JR. has been attached to the Regional Office staff as Associate Engineer since 1936. Before that time he had served in various capacities in New York and in Maine. Born in New York 30 years ago, he graduated from Cornell in 1929.

R. C. ROBINSON (Vol. I, No. 4)

BOWLING C. YATES, JR., a native of Georgia and an alumnus ('27) of its state university, entered the Service in 1933. He served as Junior Historian at Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park and at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. He now is Superintendent of the latter area.


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