The Field Of Education In The National Parks
The Educational Program And Its Place In National Parks Administration
Museums In The National Parks
Planning A Park Museum
Administration Of Park Museums
Exhibits In Place
Guiding In The National Parks
Lectures In National Parks
Scientific Aspects Of The Park Protection Program
The Research Program In The National Parks
Use Of Recorded Scientific Data
Libraries In The National Parks
Photography And Visual Education
General Administrative Problems
Proceedings Of The
First Park Naturalists' Training Conference Held At Educational
Headquarters, Berkeley, California:
November 1-30, 1929
I - LIBRARIES IN THE NATIONAL PARKS
November 26, 1929.
|1. The Park Library
Purpose, Scope, Housing, Staff
|C. A. Harwell|
Dr. G. C. Ruhle
|2. Establishing the Park Library||Dorr G. Yeager|
|3. Administration of the Park Library||Frank T. Been|
Edwin D. McKee
II - COOPERATING ORGANIZATIONS (popular)
|1. Park Natural History Associations and other popular cooperating organizations||C. Frank Brockman|
Geo. L. Collins
Beside the park naturalists, the following visitors were present:
Mrs. Rose Taylor, formerly librarian at Yosemite Library.
Mr. George Grant, Photographer, National Park Service.
Mr. H. M. Holmes, Chief Clerk, National Park Service
Professor Walter Mulford, Chairman, Division of Forestry, University of California.
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Clements.