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Friday, May 13, 2016

Mount Rainier National Park [1938]

Motoring Guide to Mount Rainier National Park in 1938 ...

"A 40-page illustrated booklet -- telling of glaciers, flowers, history, animals, and what to do and see in Mount Rainier National Park -- will be presented to each party of visitors at the following localitites:  Longmire -- Park Museum and Administration Building; Paradise Valley - Community House and Ranger Station; Yakima Park, Ohanapecosh Hot Springs, and Carbon River Entrance -- Ranger Stations." Until you could pick up that 40-page booklet this little foldout would have to do. Published in 1938 by the National Park Service. Our favorite part is the map.


If you've followed us for a while you know we love the National Parks. Our favorite is Yellowstone but Mount Rainier is closest to home. How about you ... Do you have a favorite National Park?

Information Side
Map Side
Mount Rainier near dawn
March 11, 2009
from our archives.
Thanks for stopping by John's Island.

9 comments:

  1. I think Yellowstone is my favorite, too, but I could be influenced by your choice. I also love Rocky Mountain National Park, which I lived close by for so many years. :-)

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  2. Hello Mount Rainier was one of my favorite parks to visit. Lovely post and awesome photo. Have a happy weekend!

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  3. this flat-lander loves old mountain photos too

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  4. How about Banff and Jasper?

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  5. Great view of the Mount Rainer, John, beautiful post.
    Happy weekend!

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  6. I've always loved the view of Mt. Ranier on a clear day.

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  7. I wish we preserve more parks, especially here in our country.

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