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National Parks Association Bulletin No. 3 1919

National Parks Association Bulletin No. 3 1919

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National Parks Association Bulletin No. 3 1919

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Original October 19, 1919 National Parks Association Bulletin Number 3
Condition: Very Good, 3 pages, 3 one sided sheets, 8.5" x 11" tall, corner bumps, yellowed original stapled paper.

An Avalanche of Visitors to the National Parks

Chart of Five Years Attendance at the National Parks from 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919

Chart for the Parks: Hot Springs, Yellowstone, Sequeia, Yosemite, General Grant, Mount Rainier, Crater Lake, Wind cave, Platt, Sullya Hill, Mesa Verde, Glacier, Rocky Mountain, Lassen Volcano, Grand Canyon, Lafayette.


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