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The national parks portfolio, by Robert Sterling Yard.

Corporate Author: United States.
Related Names: Yard, Robert Sterling 1861- [from old catalog]
Language(s): English
Published: Washington, D.C., Govt. print. off., 1917.
Edition: [2d ed.]
Subjects: National parks and reserves > United States. [from old catalog]
Note: "The first edition ... was issued by the Dept. of the interior in June, 1916. The second edition, brought up to date by the substitution of later photographs and enlarged by the addition of the Hot Springs section, is one of the first publications of the new National park service, which Congress created August 25, 1916.--cf. p. 6.
Plates printed on both sides.
Various pagings.
At head of title: Department of the interior, Franklin K. Lane, secretary. National park service, Stephen T. Mather, director.
Physical Description: [260] p. incl. illus., plates. 25 cm.
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