Dwight Fay Rettie papers, 1950-1995  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Rettie, Dwight Fay, 1930-
Title
Dwight Fay Rettie papers
Dates
1950-1995 (bulk)
1916-2008 (inclusive)
Quantity
55.25 linear feet, (39 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 167
Summary
Dwight Fay Rettie worked for and managed a variety of Federal government agencies from 1955 to 1986. The Papers contain documents pertaining to Rettie's work for various government agencies including the Department of Health and Human Services, National Park Service, and Bureau of Land Management. The materials include policy papers, subject files, meeting minutes, speeches, and correspondence. Also included are personal correspondence, writings, and publication materials.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Dwight Fay Rettie, the oldest son of Lois Chloey Morris and James Cardno Rettie, was born March 27, 1930 in New Haven, Connecticut. Rettie spent his early years growing up in Portland, Oregon, Juneau, Alaska, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The family moves stemmed from James C. Rettie's employment with the Natural Resources Planning Board in the late 1930s and 1940s.

Rettie attended Grant High School in Portland, Oregon and later graduated from Haverford School in Pennsylvania, class of 1948. After high school, he began working summers for the U.S. Forest Service as a blister rust control crewman, lookout and smokechaser. In fall of 1948, Rettie entered Yale University's pre-med program only to switch to political science which better suited his public service ambitions. He graduated with honors in 1952. That fall, Rettie was drafted into the army. He had reached the rank of Staff Sergeant when he was discharged in 1954. Rettie then entered Graduate School at the University of California, Berkeley, where he received a degree in Political Science (Public Administration). His thesis was titled "National Forest Timber Sale Policy, a Study of the Disposal of Federally Owned Resources Severable from Land."

Upon graduation in 1955, Rettie moved to Washington, D.C. to take a job with the Treasury Department as a management intern for the Bureau of Public Debt. In March, 1957, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) gave Rettie a job in the Management Improvement Office. After several months, BLM director Edward Woozley asked Rettie to temporarily serve as the Bureau's Information Officer. This temporary move lasted for the next five years, with Rettie as Chief Public Affairs Officer. In 1963, Rettie was moved to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and promoted to head the Office of Information and Education. Serving as Assistant to the Commissioner (of Public Affairs) of Fish and Wildlife, he worked on projects associated with President John F. Kennedy's special interest in conservation as outlined in a message to Congress.

Following Kennedy's assassination, Rettie was asked to serve on the Poverty Program Task Force, headed by Directer of the Peace Corps, R. Sargent Shriver. When this assignment was completed, he returned to the Department of Interior with a legislative blueprint for the new Job Corps, which was associated with President Johnson's "War on Poverty" program. Later, he was promoted to Staff Assistant to Under Secretary John Carver.

Working for Carver, Rettie wrote speeches and analyzed policies. In October, 1964, he enrolled in a special management training course wrote speeches and analyzed policies. In October, 1964, he enrolled in a special management training course sponsored by the Department of Defense. The course was an outgrowth of a new planning, programming and budgeting system (PPBS) designed by Secretary of Defense Robert MacNamara. President Johnson had declared that this system was to be implemented government-wide by the following year and Rettie helped with this implementation within the Department of Interior.

After the completion of the first budget cycle, Rettie accepted a transfer and promotion to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) where he filled the post of Director of Open Space Land Programs. The programs were a collection of grants to cities and local governments to buy and develop parks and open spaces within urban areas. While at HUD, Rettie also served as the Department's representative to the Council on Historic Preservation.

In September of 1971, Rettie resigned from federal service to accept a job as Executive Director for the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA), anon-profit organization concerned with the parks and recreation movement. Here, Rettie attempted to strengthen the NRPA's lobbying power in Washington, D.C. and spent much time traveling and making speeches to garner NRPA support.

Rettie was offered a job in the National Park Service (NPS) by Director Russell E. Dickinson in September, 1975. He accepted the offer to guide the development of the newly-formed Urban National Parks. Rettie developed the master plan for Gateway National Recreation Area in New York and New Jersey. The largest unit of the NPS, Gateway was a complex project involving urban problems new to the field of recreation. In 1978, Rettie was named Deputy Chief of Park Planning and Environmental Quality for the NPS. He was promoted to Chief of the Office for Management Policy in 1981.

Dwight Rettie retired from the NPS in 1986. Living in Arlington, Virginia, he has been active in community affairs. For six years Rettie served on the Arlington County Public Utilities Commission, primarily involved with the construction of a cable television ordinance. He has also served on the governing board of the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, a state agency governing 8,000 acres of park land.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Dwight F. Rettie Papers consist of correspondence, speeches, reports, both subject and general files, and memos which document the span of his professional career in government and private industry. Rettie's work with the National Park Service comprises the largest segment of this voluminous collection. The remainder of the material covers his work with the U.S. Treasury Department, the Bureau of Land Management, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Department of Interior, Housing and Urban Development, and the National Recreation and Park Association. Material reflecting Rettie's involvement in several community projects is also included.

Rettie's initial job with the federal government was with the Treasury Department in the Bureau of Public Debt. As a management intern with the Fiscal Service, Rettie worked on improving the management within the Bureau. Reflecting this activity are reports and memos concerning inventory control, interview policies, and a copy of the Control Manual for Non-expendable Personal Property, which Rettie helped to develop.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) series documents Rettie's roles of Information Officer and Chief of Public Affairs. Much of the BLM material consists of news releases and speeches, reports on the history of the BLM and its future goals, and notes on the BLM's policy of public access to information. In addition, there are reports and research papers on topics such as public lands, conservation, grazing, and, of special note, letters from Oregon's Governor Mark Hatfield and Senator Wayne Morse about Oregon public lands. Completing the series are numerous memos and news items regarding various BLM activities and issues.

Included in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife series are Rettie's drafts for President Kennedy's message on conservation to Congress. Also present is an article by Rettie in the September, 1963 issue of The Conservationist, assorted issues of Fish and Wildlife Report, news releases, and a variety of material concerning fishery topics.

Department of Interior material covers the position Rettie held with the Job Corps as well as the work he did in the Department of Defense Management School. Reports, memos and drafts for the Job Corps' Anti Poverty Program and for the Corps itself can be found here. Course materials for the Defense Department's management training program Rettie attended are included. A speech by Rettie at the conclusion of this course contains his thoughts on the Planning, Programming and Budgeting System he helped implement within the Department of Interior. The remainder of this series consists of reports and memos concerning this implementation. Of note is a speech on conservation by President Johnson with sections written by Rettie.

Housing and Urban Development material consists of Rettie's speeches, remarks and news releases during his employment as Director of Open Space Land Programs. Many reports and memos concerning open space and urban land use are included here as well as material reflecting his work on historic preservation.

Over eighty speeches by Rettie can be found in the National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA) series, spanning the years 1971 to 1975. The speeches chronicle his travels across the country and abroad, touting the NRPA and its endeavors. Other NRPA material includes an endorsement by actor Eddie Albert, minutes of NRPA Board of Trustees meetings and administrative files. The administrative files document office proceedings and contain correspondence, memos and letters of thanks to NRPA supporters. They have been maintained in Rettie's original order, which is chronological by year but reverse chronological order within each month.

The National Park Service (NPS) series spans the years 1975 to 1986 and consists of speeches, general office files and subject files. Aside from Rettie's speeches, in chronological order, the series is divided by year into general and subject files. The general files are arranged roughly chronologically month to month. They contain drafts, reports and correspondence, which all serve as a daily log of work done by Rettie and his staff. These files have also, like the NRPA series, been left as received, keeping Rettie's own arrangement intact. As such, they reflect ongoing National Park Service operations even though some material, as presently grouped, may appear out of order. Overall, the files document the development of strategy and policy inside the NPS. NPS subject files, on the other hand, are more topically arranged. They closely correlate with the information found in the general files. Together, both sets of files document Rettie's NPS assignments.

Initially, Rettie was involved with the development of the Urban National Parks, and was eventually named the Representative for Gateway National Recreation Area Planning. In this series, references to Gateway include the park's smaller parcels: Floyd Bennett Field (airport), Jacob Riffs Park (beach), Staten Island, Sandy Hook, and Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. The Gateway material covers a variety of subjects such as nude bathing, alcohol use, crime, transportation systems, and minority conflicts. Also in the Urban material is information concerning the South Bronx and its revitalization, and the development of open spaces into urban parks.

Reflecting Rettie's role of Deputy Chief of Park Planning and later, of Chief of the Office of Management Policy, the material moves from an urban emphasis to a managerial one. Management efficiency, cost effectiveness, and employee surveys comprise a large part of the NPS subject files. Noteworthy is information in the employee surveys and the report, "Where the Park Service Is Going" which addresses ideas and attitudes of rangers and other employees for future NPS objectives, gathered in a nation-wide survey.

The NPS material includes various memos from NPS directors, especially William Penn Mott, for whom Rettie was an advisor. Also included are directives and policy construction for areas ranging from environmental impacts, construction priorities, and land acquisition to campground fees, visitor centers, and public perception of the Park Service. A cross reference sheet listing the major recurring items found within the general files, as well as a list of subject files, can be found at the end of the inventory.

Additional material in the collection includes Rettie's work for the Arlington County Public Utilities Commission and the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority (NVRPA). The Arlington County PUC material details a cable television project and Rettie's involvement with NVRPA concerns that agency's 8,000-acre park system.

Biographical information, family correspondence and mementos complete the collection. One folder of letters of James C. Rettie, whose papers are also held by Special Collections (Ax 626), can be found in this series. Photographs have been separated and transferred to the Photograph Collection.

Series X contains subjects files, NPCA material, and correspondence donated in 2001.

Series XI through XXII contains materials donated in 2008 and processed into the series organization. The materials relating to Rettie’s education, to his professional work in the Department of the Interior and for the National Park Service (both officially and as an unofficial “expert in the field”), and as a teacher at Carteret Community College and East Carolina University. Also present in this portion of the collection are materials relating to the research, publication, and marketing of Rettie’s book, Our National Park System, as well as copies of Rettie’s other published material, including articles, prefaces, an undergraduate and a Master’s thesis, and numerous letters to the editor. The Correspondence series contains personal letters and emails to and from various people from 1944 to 2006, as well as a collection of letters from various individuals, institutions and organizations thanking and commending Rettie for services performed in a professional capacity and spanning the course of his professional life. This portion also contains numerous books owned by Rettie, some signed or inscribed by their authors; materials relating to the Carteret Writers organization (of whom Rettie was a member and president) and the Unitarian Coastal Fellowship; a large number of newspaper, magazine, and internet clippings of articles related to the National Park Service and various other subjects; and miscellaneous personal materials relating to Rettie’s boats and hobbies.

Series XXIII contains subject files, NPS documents, drafts/manuscripts of writings, publications, and correspondence donated between 2001 and 2006.

Photographs include prints and slides.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Dwight Fay Rettie papers, Coll 167, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Treasury DepartmentReturn to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
1 2
Activity Reports
1 3
Property inventory management materials
1 4
Property inventory management materials
1 5
Non-expendable Personal Property Control Manual
Folder
6
Information concerning employee interviews
Box Folder
1 7
Letters of evaluation and appraisal of Dwight Rettie as Management Intern

Series II:  Bureau of Land Management (BLM), 1962-1964Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder
Subseries A: BLM General
Box Folder
1 8
Notes and drafts concerning BLM management
1 9
BLM organizational goals and plans
1 10
BLM organizational goals and plans
1 11
Administrative Leadership Laboratory Workbook
1 12
Administrative Leadership Laboratory Workbook
1 13
Memos and notes concerning availability of information to the public
1 14
BLM news releases, including Rettie's first major speech
1 15
Information concerning the history of the BLM
1 16
Report: Major Functions of the BLM
1 17
Report and information concerning "Project 2012," a long range plan for conservation of BLM resources
1 18
Report: Summary of the History of Federal Reservations of Public Lands
1 19
Report: Public Lands and the Water Resource
1 20
Report: Our Public Lands, Survey and Analysis
1 21
Information and newspaper articles concerning private acquisition of public land
1 22
Information pertaining to Oregon land used as barter during creation of Point Reyes National Park, particularly concerning A. W. Sweet, with letters from Mark Hatfield and Wayne Morse
1 23
Information pertaining to Oregon land used as barter during creation of Point Reyes National Park, particularly concerning A. W. Sweet, with letters from Mark Hatfield and Wayne Morse
1 24
Report: Allocation of Costs of Administration and Improve­ment of Taylor Grazing Act Lands between Users and Public Interest
1 25
Research paper: A Critique of Procedure for Calculation of Benefit-Cost Ratios and Benefit Claims in Certain Depart­ment of Agriculture Reports Recommending Programs for Waterflow Retardation and Soil Erosion
1 26
Miscellaneous drafts, memos, and news items concerning BLM activities
1 27
Miscellaneous drafts, memos, and news items concerning BLM activities
1 28
Miscellaneous drafts, memos, and news items concerning BLM activities
Subseries B: Fish and Wildlife Service
1962-1964
Box Folder
1 29
News release, letter of congratulations and article by Rettie in The Conservationist, Sept. 1963, entitled "Conservation Education, a Profession for Pioneers."
September 1963
1 30
Drafts concerning conservation message to Congress
1 31
President Kennedy's message on conservation to Congress and miscellaneous associated materials
1 32
Fish and Wildlife Report, issues Nov.-Dec. 1962, April, 1964; Conservation Education Association newsletter, June, 1963; Miscellaneous letters and memos
November 1962-April 1964
1 33
News releases and memos concerning fisheries, DDT, botulism, and irradiation of fish products, etc.
1 34
Commercial fisheries program material
1 35
Commercial fisheries program material
1 36
Commercial fisheries program material
1 37
Commercial fisheries program material

Series III:  Department of Interior, 1965-1972Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder
Subseries A: Job Corps
Box Folder
2 1
Report: The Anti-Poverty Program
2 2
Memos and drafts concerning anti-poverty program
2 3
Report: U.S. Dept. of Interior Job Corps
2 4
Report: U.S. Dept. of Interior Job Corps
2 5
Notes, drafts concerning Job Corps information centers
2 6
Notes, drafts concerning Job Corps information centers
Subseries B: Department of Defense Management School
1966-1966
Box Folder
2 7
Speech: Remarks by Dwight Rettie at Defense Management Systems Course, Monterey, Ca.
January 6, 1966
2 8
Department of Defense Course Assignment Handbook, with list of DEMP handouts
January 6, 1966
2 9
DEMP handouts
2 10
DEMP handouts
2 11
DEMP handouts
2 12
DEMP handouts
2 13
DEMP handouts
2 14
DEMP handouts
2 15
DEMP handouts
2 16
DEMP handouts
2 17
DEMP handouts
2 18
DEMP handouts
2 19
DEMP handouts
2 20
DEMP handouts
2 21
Notes from Defense Management Systems course
2 22
Notes from Defense Management Systems course
Subseries C: General
1965-1972
Box Folder
2 23
Memos, drafts and progress reports concerning Planning, Pro­gramming and Budgeting System (PPBS)
2 24
Memos, drafts and progress reports concerning Planning, Pro­gramming and Budgeting System (PPBS)
2 25
Dept. of Interior handbook for PPBS
2 26
Dept. of Interior handbook for PPBS
2 27
Dept. of Interior handbook for PPBS
2 28
Selected readings for PPBS training system
2 29
Selected readings for PPBS training system
2 30
Report: Recommendations on the Dept. of Interior's Recreation Program
3 1
Report: Recommendations on the Dept. of Interior's Recreation Program
3 2
Report: Recommended Program for Environmental Research, Rehabilitation and Improvement for Fiscal Years 1968-1972
1968-1972
3 3
Reports: Criteria for the Analysis of Federal Outdoor Recreation Programs; Recreational Fishing
1965
3 4
Report: Selected New National Park Areas
3 5
Speech: Message on Natural Beauty, by President Lyndon B. Johnson, containing sections written by Rettie

Series IV:  Housing and Urban Development (HUD), 1960-1969Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
3 6
Correspondence, memos, and drafts
3 7
Correspondence, memos, and drafts
3 8
Selected speeches by Dwight Rettie, with chronological list
3 9
Remarks and news releases by Dwight Rettie
3 10
Published articles by Rettie
3 11
Memos concerning Open Space Program
3 12
Information and drafts concerning Open Space Program
3 13
Information on Open Space Priority and Land Selection Program
3 14
Memos and drafts concerning National Land Policy and Urban Land Policy Study
3 15
Reports: Open Space Land Program Guide; Private Open Space and Public Benefit
3 16
Reports: An Urban Land Policy for Americans; Goals for Metro­politan Development
3 17
Reports: Better Utilization of Urban Space; Complementary Land Utilization Strategies; Establishing a President's Council on Land Resources
3 18
Reports: Principles for Urban Land Policies; Land Use Consider­ations; National Urban Land Policies: Principles, Needs, and Applications
3 19
Reports: U.S. Zoning--Tradition and Metamorphosis; A Brief Statement on the "Philosopy of Planning" in the U.S.
3 20
Reports: Urban Land Use in the United States; The Atlantic Seaboard Megalopolis
3 21
Reports: Population Concentration in the Largest Metropolitan Complexes; Trends and Projections of Future Population Growth in the U.S.
3 22
Reports: Metropolitan Area Growth in the Seventies; Developing a Suitable Living Environment
3 23
Speech: Toward a National Urban Policy, by Daniel P. Moynihan (Syracuse University)
May 8, 1969
3 24
Draft: Traditional and Proposed Urban Growth Shaping Devices
3 25
Report: Urban Land as a National Resource
3 26
Report: Population Distribution and Land Allocation in a Select Number of European Countries
3 27
Report: Population Distribution and Land Allocation in a Select Number of European Countries
3 28
Report: Toward Efficient Programs of Land Use Controls
3 29
Report: Toward Efficient Programs of Land Use Controls
3 30
Reports: A National Program of Research in Housing and Urban Development; HUD and Airports
4 1
Reports: Open Space and a Quality Environment; An Eight Year Statistical Report of the Open Space Land Program
4 2
Report: Outdoor Recreation Use of the Public Lands
4 3
Materials concerning Open Space funding
4 4
Report: Open Space Funding Analysis Procedure
4 5
Report: Open Space Funding Analysis Procedure
4 6
Report: Open Space Funding Analysis Procedure
4 7
Report: Open Space Funding Analysis Procedure
4 8
Report: Open Space Funding Analysis Procedure
4 9
Report: Moveable Vest Pocket Parks
4 10
Report: Moveable Vest Pocket Parks
4 11
Materials concerning the Historic Preservation Program
4 12
Materials concerning legacy of the Parks Program
4 13
Materials from WGBH-TV urban conservation project
4 14
Materials from WGBH-TV urban conservation project
4 15
Report: An Analysis of Public Safety as Related to the Inci­dence of Crime in Parks and Recreation Areas in Central Cities
4 16
Report: An Analysis of Public Safety as Related to the Inci­dence of Crime in Parks and Recreation Areas in Central Cities
4 17
Information concerning environmental waste and pollution
4 18
Information on sewage treatment costs
4 19
Information on sewage treatment costs
4 20
Miscellaneous HUD materials, notes and news articles
4 21
Land topics bibliography
1960-1968

Series V:  National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA), 1971-1975Return to Top

Container(s): Box 4, Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder
Subseries A: Speeches by Rettie
1971-1975
Box Folder
4 22
Washington, D.C., Archaeology and the Urban Crisis. Fourth Annual Meeting of the Society for Historical Archaeology. Chicago, Illinois, Feb. 15, 1971. Parks to the People. National Symposium on Park, Recreation, and Environment Design. Jefferson City, Mis
January 7, 1971-Feb. 18, 1971
4 23
Washington, D.C. Legacy of the Parks. Meeting of the National Council of State Presidents.
March 05, 1971
4 23
Colorado Springs, CO. New Opportunities for New Parks. Colorado Jaycees Operation Opportunity Seminar, U.S. Air Force Academy.
March 6, 1971
4 23
Paduca, KY. Parks for the City. Annual Ban­quet of the Kentucky Recreation and Park Society.
April 22, 1971
4 24
University Park, PA. A Legacy of Parks. 24th Annual Pennsylvania Recreation and Park Conference.
April 27, 1971
4 24
Seattle, Wa. Happiness is a Safe Park. Invitational Workshop - Citizen Safety in Parks and Recreation.
May 7, 1971
4 25
Washington, D.C. Legacy of Parks. Municipal Officials Conference, 15th District of Michigan.
June 24, 1971
4 25
[location unknown]. Statement by Dwight F. Rettie on National Outdoor Recreation.
July 11, 1971
4 25
Milwaukee, WI. Legacy of Parks. National Association of County Parks and Recreation Officials (NACO).
July 19, 1971
4 26
New Brunswick, N.J. Remarks before the Sixth Annual Park and Recreation Symposium.
January 12, 1972
4 26
Lansing, Michigan. Remarks before the Michigan Recreation and Park Association.
January 25, 1972
4 26
Kingston, OK. Remarks before the 17th Annual Southwest Park and Recreation Training Institute.
January 31, 1972
4 27
Angola, IN. Public Policy and Professional Priorities. 26th Annual Great Lakes Park Training Institute.
February 23, 1972
4 27
San Diego, CA. Recreation: Who Needs It? 24th Annual California and Pacific Southwest Recreation and Park Conference.
March 7, 1972
4 27
Richmond, VA. Remarks before the 18th Annual State Conference.
March 28, 1972
4 28
Bangor, ME. Remarks before the 2nd Annual Governor's Conference.
April 5, 1972
4 28
St. Louis, MO. Remarks before the Student Regional Seminar.
April 8, 1972
4 28
Mobile, AL. Remarks before the 1972 Southern District Park and Recreation Conference.
April 10, 1972
4 29
Yosemite National Park, Yosemite, CA. Opening Statement.
April 11, 1972
4 29
Boulder, Co. Remarks before the Midwest District Conference.
April 24, 1972
4 29
St. Louis, MO. Remarks before the Conference on Public Safety in Parks.
May 15, 1972
4 29
St. Petersburg, FL. Remarks before the Florida Recreation Association.
May 8, 1972
4 30
South Egremont, MA. Remarks before the New England District Recreation and Park Conference.
May 16, 1972
4 30
Fort Collins, CO. Remarks before the 14th Annual Western Resources Conference.
July 6, 1972
4 30
Leesburg, VA. Remarks before the 1st Annual
August 4, 1972
4 30
Planning Conference. Sponsored by the Oatlands Council. Gary, IN. Remarks before the Indiana Park and Recreation Association Conference.
September 12, 1972
4 31
Anaheim, CA. Leisure--Asset or Liability? Or, What Am I Doing Here?, Remarks before the Rotary Club.
October 2, 1972
4 31
Anaheim, CA. Remarks before the General Session of the 1972 Congress for Recreation and Parks.
October 6, 1972
4 31
[location unknown] Remarks before the Maryland Recreation and Park Society.
October 19, 1972
5 1
Council Bluffs, IA. Remarks before the Fall Conference of the Iowa Park and Recreation Association.
October 25, 1972
5 1
Boise, ID. Remarks before the General Conference, Idaho Recreation and Park Society.
November 9, 1972
5 1
Prescott, AZ. Remarks before the Arizona Parks and Recreation Association, Inc.
November 15, 1972
5 1
Kansas City, MO., Remarks before the Annual Meeting, American Athletic Union.
November 29, 1972
5 2
Durham, NC. Remarks before the Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Association of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation.
December 2, 1972
5 2
Birmingham, AL. Remarks before the Annual Convention, Alabama Recreation and Parks Society.
December 4, 1972
5 2
Washington, D.C. Remarks before 19th Annual Conservation Conference sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation.
December 13, 1972
5 3
Washington, D.C. Remarks before the Dedication of Shape Your Future Program, A.J. Bowen YMCA.
January 26, 1973
5 3
Wheeling, VA. Remarks before the North Carolina State University Maintenance Management School Banquet.
February 1, 1973
5 3
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Roads, Public Works.
February 8, 1973
5 3
Eugene, OR. Remarks before the Oregon Park and Recreation Conference.
February 11, 1973
5 4
Arlington, VA. Remarks before the Arlington County Board.
March 3, 1973
5 4
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the House Select Subcommittee on Education on H.R. 4199 to Extend the Education of the Handicapped Act.
March 21, 1973
5 4
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the House Subcommittee on National Parks and Recreation at Oversight Hearings.
March 22, 1973
5 4
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on the Handicapped on S.B. 896, to amend the Education of the Handicapped Act.
March 23, 1973
5 4
Clemson, S.C. Remarks before the Annual Honors and Awards Banquet, Clemson University.
April 2, 1973
5 5
Arlington, VA. Statement at Convening Meeting of the National Task Force on Park and Recreation Equipment Safety Standards.
April 4, 1973
5 5
Chicago, IL. Remarks before the Accreditation Meeting.
April 5, 1973
5 5
Bloomington, IN. Remarks before the Lebert H. Weir Banquet.
April 7, 1973
5 5
Newark, DE. Remarks before the Delaware Recreation and Parks Society.
April 18, 1973
5 5
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs on H.R. 4862, Land Use Policy and Planning Assistance Act of 1973.
April 20, 1973
5 6
Seattle, WA. Remarks before the Pacific Northwest Conference.
April 30, 1973
5 6
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the Senate
May 9, 1973
5 6
Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Interior.
5 6
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the Senate Committee on Appropriating Subcommittee on Interior.
May 10, 1973
5 6
Washington, D.C. Remarks before the National Conference on Surfaced Mined Land for Outdoor Recreation, U.S. Dept. of the Interior.
May 14, 1973
5 6
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the Housing and Urban Development, Space, Science and Veterans Subcommittee of the House Committee on Appropriations.
May 16, 1973
5 7
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the House Committee on Education and Labor, subcommittee on Equal Opportunities on H.R.7807, Comprehensive Youth Opportunities Act.
May 17, 1973
5 7
London, England. Remarks before the IV World Congress 1973, Institute of Park and Recreation Administra­tion, International Federation of Park and Recreation Administration.
May 22, 1973
5 7
Bethesda, MD. Remarks before the Therapeutic Recreation Workshop, National Institute of Health.
June 6, 1973
5 7
[location unknown] Remarks before the NRPA Registration Board.
June 12, 1973
5 7
Colorado Springs, CO. Remarks before the Annual League Conference, Colorado Municipal League.
June 13, 1973
5 8
Washington, D.C. Testimony before the Subcom­mittee on Education, Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.
July 11, 1973
5 8
Wheeling, W. Virginia. Remarks before the Annual Banquet of Ohio Park and Recreation Association.
November 13, 1973
5 8
[location unknown] Statement on the 1974 Budget.
December 21, 1973
5 8
Arlington, VA. Remarks at NRPA Branch Presi­dents Meeting.
June 29, 1973
5 9
Chicago, IL. Remarks before the Great Lakes District Council.
January 30, 1974
5 9
San Antonio, TX. Remarks before the NRPA Southwest District Conference.
March 18, 1974
5 9
Terre Haute, IN. Remarks before the "Banks of Wabash Festival."
June 3, 1974
5 9
Denver, Co. Remarks before the Congress for Recreation and Parks.
October 21, 1974
5 9
Washington, D.C. Statement at the President's Conference on Inflation.
September 27, 1974
5 10
Arlington, VA. Remarks before the NRPA Budget and Finance Committee.
January 31, 1975
5 10
[Washington, D.C.] Statement before the Sub­committee on Parks and Recreation concerning the proposed amendments to the Land and Water Conservation Fund Act.
February 11, 1975
5 10
Rosemont, IL. Remarks before the Inflation-Recession Seminar.
March 13, 1975
5 10
Washington, D.C. Statement before the Sub­committee on National Parks and Recreation, oversight hearings on federal recreation programs.
March 14, 1975
5 10
University Park, PA. Recreation and Recession.
March 24, 1975
5 10
Washington, D.C. Statement before the Senate Subcommittee on Interior and Related Agencies.
May 14, 1975-May 15, 1975
5 10
New York, NY. Remarks before the New York City Recreation Conference.
May 21, 1975
5 10
Atlantic City, NJ. Remarks before the Confer­ence on the Mental Health Aspects of Sports, Exercise, and Recreation.
June 14, 1975
5 10
[location unknown] Statement before the Sub­committee on Parks and Recreation.
June 20, 1975
5 11
A Profession's New Realities
5 11
An Urban Land Policy for Americans
5 11
Recreation and Flower Mound
5 11
Work, Leisure and Education
5 12
Miscellaneous drafts of speeches
5 13
Miscellaneous drafts of speeches
5 14
Testimony and other public statements
5 15
Letters of support for Rettie's NRPA candidacy; congratulatory letters
5 16
Published material on Rettie
5 16
Drafts of articles submitted for publication
5 17
A Golden Opportunity on a Silver Platter
5 17
A Good Living--or a Good Life
5 17
A New Priority for Public Parks and Recreation
5 17
Buy, Buy, Buy
5 17
Making Trends
5 17
The Time Is Now
5 17
Untitled
5 17
Published articles written by Rettie
5 18
"A Legacy of Parks," Illinois Parks and Recreation,
May 1971-June 1971
5 18
"Legacy of Parks," Parks and Recreation,
April 1971
5 19
Eddie Albert's NRPA endorsement
5 20
WGBH-TV Project evaluation file
5 21
Travel itineraries and miscellaneous notes
Subseries B: NRPA Board of Trustees, Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
1971-1975
Box Folder
5 22
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
October 1971-October 1972
5 23
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
December 1972-May 1973
5 24
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
October 1973
5 24
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
December 1974
5 25
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
February 1974-May 1974
5 26
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
June 1974
5 27
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
October 1974
5 28
Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
February 1975
5 29
NRPA Constitution
May 1975
5 30
Report: Proceedings, National Forum on Citizen Safety in Parks and Recreation--Economic Impact Study for Proposed Safety Standards for Public Playground Equipment
5 32
Report: Technical Rationale for Proposed Safety Standards for Public Playground Equipment
5 33
Report: Evaluation of the Open Space Program
5 34
Report: Evaluation of the Open Space Program
5 35
Report: Evaluation of the Open Space Program
5 36
NRPA Task Force Report
6 1
Future perspectives; budget information; miscellaneous
Subseries C: Administrative files
1971-1975
Box Folder
6 2
Administrative files
September 1971
6 3
Administrative files
September 1971
6 4
Administrative files
October 1971
6 5
Administrative files
November 1971
6 6
Administrative files
November 1971
6 7
Administrative files
December 1971
6 8
Administrative files
December 1971
6 9
Administrative files
January 1972
6 10
Administrative files
January 1972
6 11
Administrative files
January 1972
6 12
Administrative files
February 1972
6 13
Administrative files
February 1972
6 14
Administrative files
February 1972
6 15
Administrative files
March 1972
6 16
Administrative files
March 1972
6 17
Administrative files
March 1972
6 18
Administrative files
March 1972
6 19
Administrative files
April 1972
6 20
Administrative files
April 1972
6 21
Administrative files
May 1972
6 22
Administrative files
May 1972
6 23
Administrative files
May 1972
6 24
Administrative files
May 1972
6 25
Administrative files
June 1972
6 26
Administrative files
June 1972
6 27
Administrative files
June 1972
6 28
Administrative files
June 1972
6 29
Administrative files
June 1972
6 30
Administrative files
July 1972
6 31
Administrative files
July 1972
6 32
Administrative files
July 1972
6 33
Administrative files
July 1972
6 34
Administrative files
August 1972
6 35
Administrative files
August 1972
7 1
Administrative files
September 1972
7 2
Administrative files
September 1972
7 3
Administrative files
September 1972
7 4
Administrative files
October 1972
7 5
Administrative files
October 1972
7 6
Administrative files
November 1972
7 7
Administrative files
November 1972
7 8
Administrative files
November 1972
7 9
Administrative files
December 1972
7 10
Administrative files
December 1972
7 11
Administrative files
December 1972
7 12
miscellaneous
May 1905
7 13
Administrative files
January 1973
7 14
Administrative files
January 1973
7 15
Administrative files
January 1973
7 16
Administrative files
January 1973
7 17
Administrative files
February 1973
7 18
Administrative files
February 1973
7 19
Administrative files
March 1973
7 20
Administrative files
March 1973
7 21
Administrative files
March 1973
7 22
Administrative files
March 1973
7 23
Administrative files
April 1973
7 24
Administrative files
April 1973
7 25
Administrative files
April 1973
7 26
Administrative files
April 1973
7 27
Administrative files
May 1973
7 28
Administrative files
May 1973
7 29
Administrative files
June 1973
7 30
Administrative files
June 1973
7 31
Administrative files
July 1973
7 32
Administrative files
July 1973
7 33
Administrative files
July 1973
7 34
Administrative files
July 1973
7 35
Administrative files
August 1973
7 36
Administrative files
August 1973
8 1
Administrative files
September 1973
8 2
Administrative files
September 1973
8 3
Administrative files
September 1973
8 4
Administrative files
September 1973
8 5
Administrative files
September 1973
8 6
Administrative files
October 1973
8 7
Administrative files
October 1973
8 8
Administrative files
October 1973
8 9
Administrative files
October 1973
8 10
Administrative files
October 1973
8 11
Administrative files
October 1973
8 12
Administrative files
November 1973
8 13
Administrative files
November 1973
8 14
Administrative files
November 1973
8 15
Administrative files
November 1973
8 16
Administrative files
December 1973
8 17
Administrative files
December 1973
8 18
Administrative files
December 1973
8 19
miscellaneous
1973
8 20
miscellaneous
1973
8 21
miscellaneous
1973
8 22
miscellaneous
1973
8 23
miscellaneous
1973
8 24
miscellaneous
1973
8 25
miscellaneous
1973
8 26
Administrative files
January 1974
8 27
Administrative files
January 1974
8 28
Administrative files
January 1974
8 29
Administrative files
February 1974
8 30
Administrative files
February 1974
8 31
Administrative files
February 1974
8 32
Administrative files
March 1974
9 1
Administrative files
March 1974
9 2
Administrative files
April 1974
9 3
Administrative files
April 1974
9 4
Administrative files
May 1974
9 5
Administrative files
May 1974
9 6
Administrative files
June 1974
9 7
Administrative files
June 1974
9 8
Administrative files
July 1974
9 9
Administrative files
July 1974
9 10
Administrative files
July 1974
9 11
Administrative files
August 1974
9 12
Administrative files
September 1974
9 13
Administrative files
September 1974
9 14
Administrative files
October 1974
9 15
Administrative files
October 1974
9 16
Administrative files
November 1974
9 17
Administrative files
November 1974
9 18
Administrative files
December 1974
9 20
Administrative files
January 1975
9 21
Administrative files
January 1975
9 22
Administrative files
February 1975
9 23
Administrative files
March 1975
9 24
Administrative files
March 1975
9 25
Administrative files
March 1975
9 26
Administrative files
April 1975
9 27
Administrative files
April 1975
9 28
Administrative files
May 1975
9 29
Administrative files
June 1975
9 30
Administrative files
June 1975
9 31
Administrative files
June 1975
9 32
Administrative files
July 1975
9 33
Administrative files
August 1975
9 34
Administrative files
August 1975
9 35
Misc. other NRPA material
September 1975

Series VI:  National Park Service (NPS), 1975-1989Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Folder
Subseries A: Speeches
1976-1977
Box Folder
10 1
National Parks in an Urban Society. Omaha, NB. The National Park Service and Urban Recreation. Boston, MA.
February 5, 1976-October 18, 1976
10 1
Gateway National Recreation Area and Transportation. Washington, D.C.
November 29, 1976
10 1
Remarks at the Conference on Urban Parks and Recreation. Washington, D.C.
June 9, 1977
10 1
Sorting Out the Roles.
September 25, 1977
10 1
Parks, Resources, and Cities. Muncie, IN.
October 7, 1977
Subseries B: General and Subject Files
1975-1989
Box Folder
10 2
General
August 1975-October 1975
10 3
General
November 1975
10 4
General
December 1975
10 6
Urban parks
1975
10 7
Urban parks
1975
10 8
Pecos National Monument, New Mexico
1975
10 9
General
January 1976-February 1976
10 10
General
March 1976
10 11
General
April 1976-May 1976
10 12
General
June 1976-July 1976
10 13
General
August 1976-September 1976
10 14
General
October 1976
10 15
General
November 1976
10 16
General
December 1976
10 17
Gateway National Recreation Area
1976
10 18
Gateway National Recreation Area
1976
10 19
Gateway National Recreation Area
1976
10 20
Gateway National Recreation Area
1976
10 21
Gateway National Recreation Area
1976
10 22
Environmental initiatives
1976
10 23
Urban parks
1976
10 24
Urban parks
1976
10 25
Draft: Open Space Report
1976
10 26
Draft: A Proposal to the A.W. Mellon Foundation for a NPS Urban Park Ranger Corps
1976
10 27
Draft: A Proposal to the A.W. Mellon Foundation for a NPS Urban Park Ranger Corps
1976
11 1
Report: Some Parallels between Natural and Human Ecosystems
1976
11 2
Report: Some Parallels between Natural and Human Ecosystems
1976
11 3
Report: Some Parallels between Natural and Human Ecosystems
1976
11 4
Travel file
1976
11 5
General
January 1977-February 1977
11 6
General
March 1977
11 7
General
April 1977-May 1977
11 8
General
June 1977
11 9
General
July 1977
11 10
General
August 1977
11 11
General
September 1977
11 12
General
October 1977
11 13
General
November 1977
11 14
General
December 1977
11 15
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 16
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 17
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 18
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 19
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 20
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 21
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 22
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 23
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 24
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 25
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1977
11 26
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 1
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 2
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 3
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 4
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 5
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 6
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 7
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 8
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 9
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 10
Urban Parks and Recreation materials
1977
12 11
South Bronx
1977
12 12
South Bronx
1977
12 13
South Bronx
1977
12 14
South Bronx
1977
12 15
Urban transportation
1977
12 16
Urban transportation
1977
12 17
Land Heritage Program
1977
12 18
Land Heritage Program
1977
12 19
Land Heritage Program
1977
12 20
Land Heritage Program
1977
12 21
Unresolved interagency problems
1977
12 22
Unresolved interagency problems
1977
12 23
Perry's Victory National Monument, Ohio
1977
12 24
Fossil Butte National Monument, Wyoming
1977
12 25
Report: Twelve Urban National Park Areas
1977
12 26
Report: The Department of the Interior's Recreation Programs Affecting Urban Areas
1977
12 27
Report: The Department of the Interior's Recreation Programs Affecting Urban Areas
1977
12 28
Report: National Park Service Briefing
1977
13 1
Travel file
1977
13 2
Travel file
1977
13 3
Travel file
1977
13 4
General
January 1978
13 5
General
February 1978
13 6
General
March 1978
13 7
General
March 1978
13 8
General
March 1978
13 9
General
April 1978
13 10
General
May 1978
13 11
General
June 1978
13 12
General
June 1978
13 13
General
July 1978
13 14
General
July 1978
13 15
General
August 1978
13 16
General
August 1978
13 17
General
September 1978
13 18
General
October 1978
13 19
General
November 1978
13 20
General
December 1978
13 21
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1978
13 22
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1978
13 23
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1978
13 24
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1978
13 25
South Bronx
1978
14 1
South Bronx
1978
14 2
South Bronx
1978
14 3
South Bronx
1978
14 4
South Bronx
1978
14 5
South Bronx
1978
14 6
South Bronx
1978
14 7
South Bronx
1978
14 8
South Bronx
1978
14 9
South Bronx
1978
14 10
Urban Program Inventory materials
1978
14 11
Urban Program Inventory materials
1978
14 12
Urban recreation
1978
14 13
Land Heritage Program
1978
14 14
Land Heritage Program
1978
14 15
Land Heritage Program
1978
14 16
Land Heritage Program
1978
14 17
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 18
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 19
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 20
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 21
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 22
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 23
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 24
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 25
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 26
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 27
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 28
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
14 29
Anti-Inflation materials
1978
15 1
Civil Service Program
1978
15 2
Santa Monica Mountains Parks and Recreation materials
1978
15 3
Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico
1978
15 4
Navajo National Monument, Arizona
1978
15 5
Materials concerning proposed Afro-American Museum at Wilberforce, Ohio
1978
15 6
Materials concerning proposed Afro-American Museum at Wilberforce, Ohio
1978
15 7
Materials concerning proposed Afro-American Museum at Wilberforce, Ohio
1978
15 8
Materials concerning proposed Afro-American Museum at Wilberforce, Ohio
1978
15 9
Materials concerning proposed Afro-American Museum at Wilberforce, Ohio
1978
15 10
Materials concerning proposed Afro-American Museum at Wilberforce, Ohio
1978
15 11
Materials concerning proposed Afro-American Museum at Wilberforce, Ohio
1978
15 12
Materials concerning Sailing Study, North Atlantic Region
1978
15 13
Report: National Park Service Engineering and Design Program
1978
15 14
Report: Management policies of the National Park Service -¬Use of the Parks
1978
15 15
General
January 1979
15 16
General
January 1979
15 17
General
February 1979
15 18
General
March 1979
15 19
General
March 1979
15 20
General
March 1979
15 21
General
March 1979
15 22
General
April 1979
15 23
General
April 1979
15 24
General
May 1979
15 25
General
May 1979
15 26
General
June 1979
16 1
General
June 1979
16 2
General
July 1979
16 3
General
July 1979
16 4
General
August 1979
16 5
General
August 1979
16 6
General
September 1979
16 7
General
October 1979
16 8
General
October 1979
16 9
General
November 1979
16 10
General
December 1979
16 11
General
December 1979
16 12
Information on the Joseph R. Grandee Collection of Western Americana
1979
16 13
transportation projects
1979
16 14
Management efficiency
1979
16 15
Materials concerning the Long Term Management Plan (LIMP)
1979
16 16
Materials concerning the Long Term Management Plan (LIMP)
1979
16 17
Report: Cities and People in Distress: National Urban Policy Discussion Draft
1979
16 18
Report: Departmental Quarters Handbook
1979
16 19
General
January 1980
16 20
General
February 1980
16 21
General
February 1980
16 22
General
March 1980
16 23
General
March 1980
16 24
General
April 1980
16 25
General
April 1980
16 26
General
May 1980
16 27
General
May 1980
17 1
General
June 1980
17 2
General
July 1980
17 3
General
July 1980
17 4
General
July 1980
17 5
General
July 1980
17 6
General
August 1980
17 7
General
August 1980
17 8
General
September 1980
17 9
General
October 1980
17 10
General
October 1980
17 11
General
October 1980
17 12
General
November 1980
17 13
General
November 1980
17 14
General
December 1980
17 15
Gateway National Recreation Area; Waterborne Transportation Study
1980
17 16
Gateway National Recreation Area; Waterborne Transportation Study
1980
17 17
Information concerning Jordon Pond House, Acadia National Park
1980
17 18
Report: The Joe R. Grandee Collection: A Study of Alternatives
1980
17 19
Report: The Joe R. Grandee Collection: A Study of Alternatives
1980
17 20
Report: An Economic Evaluation of the General Management Plan for Yosemite National Park
1980
17 21
Report: 1979 Visitor Access Transportation System
1980
17 22
Report: Basic Operations
1980
17 23
Information on sewage treatment
1980
17 24
Newspaper articles concerning the national parks
1980
17 25
General
January 1981
17 26
General
February 1981
17 27
General
March 1981
18 1
General
March 1981
18 2
General
April 1981
18 3
General
April 1981
18 4
General
April 1981
18 5
General
May 1981
18 6
General
May 1981
18 7
General
May 1981
18 8
General
June 1981
18 9
General
July 1981
18 10
General
July 1981
18 11
General
August 1981
18 12
General
August 1981
18 13
General
September 1981
18 14
General
September 1981
18 15
General
September 1981
18 16
General
September 1981
18 17
General
September 1981
18 18
General
October 1981
18 19
General
October 1981
18 20
General
October 1981
18 21
General
November 1981
18 22
General
November 1981
18 23
Ellis Island
1981
18 24
Ellis Island
1981
18 25
Ellis Island
1981
19 1
Information concerning public nudity
1981
19 2
National Park Service firewood policy
1981
19 3
Report: Areawide Environmental Assessment Guidebook
1981
19 4
Report: Areawide Environmental Assessment Guidebook
1981
19 5
Information concerning NPS Policy Council
1981
19 6
Information concerning Parkway Management alternatives, National Capitol region
1981
19 7
Materials on cost-effectiveness and park planning
1981
19 8
Materials on cost-effectiveness and park planning
1981
19 9
Materials on cost-effectiveness and park planning
1981
19 10
NPS construction program information
1981
19 11
Travel file
1981
19 12
Travel file
1981
19 13
General
January 1982
19 14
General
January 1982
19 15
General
February 1982
19 16
General
February 1982
19 17
General
February 1982
19 18
General
March 1982
19 19
General
April 1982
19 20
General
April 1982
19 21
General
May 1982
19 22
General
June 1982
19 23
General
July 1982-August 1982
19 24
General
September 1982
19 25
General
October 1982
19 26
General
November 1982
19 27
General
December 1982
19 28
General
December 1982
20 1
Ellis Island
1982
20 2
Ellis Island
1982
20 3
Ellis Island
1982
20 4
Ellis Island
1982
20 5
Ellis Island
1982
20 6
Management policies concerning alcohol use in parks
1982
20 7
Materials for NPS policy council meeting
October 21, 1982
20 8
Materials for NPS policy council meeting
October 21, 1982
20 9
Report: Management by Objectives (materials for formulating policy for land protection and preservation)
1982
20 10
Report: Management by Objectives (materials for formulating policy for land protection and preservation)
1982
20 11
Report: National Park Service, Basic Operations
1982
20 12
Report: National Park Service, Basic Operations
1982
20 13
Report: Land Use Alternatives Study
1982
20 14
Report concerning NPS role in the performing arts
1982
20 15
Materials concerning geographic place names and derogatory names
1982
20 16
General
January 1983
20 17
General
February 1983
20 18
General
March 1983
20 19
General
March 1983
20 20
General
April 1983-May 1983
20 21
General
June 1983-July 1983
20 22
General
June 1983-July 1983
20 23
General
August 1983
20 24
General
September 1983
20 25
General
October 1983-November 1983
20 26
General
October 1983-November 1983
20 27
General
December 1983
20 28
Correspondence: James Davidson, National Taxpayers Union
1983
20 29
Correspondence: Mary Rose Oakar, Chairman, Subcommittee on Civil Service Compensation
1983
21 1
Materials concerning federal wages and fringe benefits
1983
21 2
Draft of National Park Service Employee Survey
1983
21 3
Draft of National Park Service Employee Survey
1983
21 4
Materials relating to the NPS Employee Survey
1983
21 5
Materials relating to the NPS Employee Survey
1983
21 6
Statistical comparison between the 1979 and 1983 employee surveys
1983
21 7
Report: The Organization and the Employee in an Era of Change, Final Report
1983
21 8
Report: The Organization and the Employee in an Era of Change, Final Report
1983
21 9
Report: The Organization and the Employee in an Era of Change, Final Report
1983
21 10
Report: Cost-Effectiveness Analysis for Joint Consideration of Quantites and Qualities in Parks and Conservation Areas
1983
21 11
General
January 1984
21 12
General
January 1984
21 13
General
February 1984
21 14
General
February 1984
21 15
General
March 1984
21 16
General
March 1984
21 17
General
August 1984
21 18
General
August 1984
21 19
General
August 1984
21 20
General
September 1984
21 21
General
September 1984
21 22
General
September 1984
21 23
General
September 1984
21 24
General
October 1984
21 25
General
October 1984
22 1
General
November 1984
22 2
General
December 1984
22 3
General
December 1984
22 4
General
December 1984
22 5
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1984
22 6
Gateway National Recreation Area materials
1984
22 7
Concept Papers: Drafts of concepts for the NPS for the next four years
1984-1989
22 8
NPS employee survey responses
1984
22 9
NPS employee survey responses
1984
22 10
NPS employee survey responses
1984
22 11
NPS employee survey responses
1984
22 12
NPS employee survey responses
1984
22 13
NPS employee survey responses
1984
22 14
Crosstabulation analysis of the NPS employee survey
1984
22 15
Computer printout of data concerning orosstabulation analysis of the NPS employee survey
1984
22 16
Computer printout of data concerning orosstabulation analysis of the NPS employee survey
1984
22 17
Materials relating to employee relocation
1984
22 18
Materials concerning employee housing
1984
22 19
Region and park responses to the Task Force on Long Range Housing Report
1984
22 20
Draft: A Brief Study of How In-Park Housing Cooperatives Might Work
1984
22 21
Report: Property Management
1984
22 22
Draft: Departmental Quarters Handbook
1984
22 23
Report: Government Furnished Quarters Management
1984
22 24
Report: Management Efficiency Initiatives
1984
23 1
General
January 1985
23 2
General
February 1985
23 3
General
February 1985
23 4
General
March 1985
23 5
General
March 1985
23 6
General
April 1985
23 7
General
May 1985
23 8
General
May 1985
23 9
General
June 1985
23 10
General
June 1985
23 11
General
June 1985
23 12
General
June 1985
23 13
General
July 1985
23 14
General
July 1985
23 15
General
July 1985
23 16
General
July 1985
23 17
General
August 1985
23 18
General
August 1985
23 19
General
September 1985
23 20
General
September 1985
23 21
General
September 1985
23 22
General
September 1985
23 23
General
November 1985
23 24
General
November 1985
23 25
General
November 1985
23 26
General
December 1985
24 1
Employee survey responses
1985
24 2
Employee survey responses
1985
24 3
Employee survey responses
1985
24 4
Employee survey responses
1985
24 5
Employee survey responses
1985
24 6
Employee survey responses
1985
24 7
Employee survey responses
1985
24 8
Employee survey responses
1985
24 9
Materials concerning employee career opportunities
1985
24 10
Report: Quality of Work Life Surveys
1985
24 11
Report: Task Force on Long Range Housing Policy
1985
24 12
Report: Government Furnished Quarters Guideline
1985
24 13
Report: Government Furnished Quarters Guideline
1985
24 14
Report: Quarters Management Program, Gateway National Recreation Area
1985
24 15
Cultural Resources Management: A Manager's Guide
1985
24 16
Report: Management by Objectives
1985
24 17
NPS Management by Objectives Briefing Report
1985
24 18
Report: Administrative Policies, revised 1968
1985
24 19
Report: Administrative Policies, revised 1970
1985
24 20
Programs for Senior Executive Service (SES) and GS 15's (grades)
1985
24 21
Report: NPS Merit Promotion Plan
1985
24 22
Materials relating to fund raising and the park service
1985
24 23
Materials relating to Yosemite National Park "Return of the Light" fund-raising campaign
1985
24 24
General
January 1986
24 25
General
February 1986
24 26
General
February 1986
24 27
General
March 1986
24 28
General
April 1986
24 29
General
April 1986
25 1
General
May 1986
25 2
General
June 1986
25 3
General
June 1986
25 4
General
July 1986
25 5
General
August 1986
25 6
General
September 1986
25 7
General
October 1986
25 8
General
November 1986
25 9
Articles written by Joseph L. Sax about public lands and communities
1986
25 10
Materials concerning amenities at NPS housing
1986
25 11
Materials relating to fund raising and the Park Service
1986
25 12
Materials relating to fund raising and the Park Service
1986
25 13
Draft: A Handbook on the NPS and National Resources Law: Duties, Opportunities, Tools
1986
25 14
Draft: A Handbook on the NPS and National Resources Law: Duties, Opportunities, Tools
1986

Series VII:  Arlington County Public Utilies Commission (ACPUC)Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
25 15
Materials concerning Arlington County Public Utilities Commission
25 16
Materials concerning Arlington County Cable Television Project
25 17
Materials concerning Arlington County Cable Television Project
25 18
Materials concerning Arlington County Cable Television Project
25 19
Materials concerning Arlington County Cable Television Project
25 20
Materials concerning Arlington County Cable Television Project
25 21
Materials concerning Arlington County Cable Television Project
25 22
Materials concerning Arlington County Cable Television Project
25 23
Materials concerning Arlington County Cable Television Project
25 24
Materials concerning Arlington County Cable Television Project
25 25
Report: Arlington Public Schools - Planned Use of Cable Television

Series VIII:  Northern Virginia Regional Park Association (NVRPA)Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
25 26
Report: Cameron Run, Arlington, Va.
25 27
Materials concerning the "Kern Tract"
25 28
Materials concerning the "Kern Tract"
26 1
Materials concerning Upton Hill Regional Park
26 2
Materials concerning Upton Hill Regional Park
26 3
Park rules and regulations materials
26 4
Materials relating to urban parks
26 5
Miscellaneous NVRPA materials
26 6
Miscellaneous NVRPA materials
26 7
Miscellaneous NVRPA materials
26 8
Miscellaneous NVRPA materials
26 9
Miscellaneous NVRPA materials
26 10
Miscellaneous NVRPA materials
26 11
Miscellaneous NVRPA materials
26 12
Miscellaneous NVRPA materials

Series IX:  Personal materials, 1952-1955Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
26 13
Biographical information and resume
26 14
Newspaper clippings concerning Rettie
26 15
Correspondence with family
26 16
Correspondence with Jurgen Wolter
26 17
Miscellaneous correspondence
26 18
Letters from James C. Rettie, father
26 19
Rettie's dissertation: "National Forest Timber-Sale Policy, A Case Study of the Disposal of Federally-Owned Natural Resources Severable from Land," 1955.
1955
26 20
Yale University yearbook
1952
26 21
Mementos
26 22
Mementos

Series X:  2001 Acquisition, 1995-1995Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
27 1
Letters
27 2
Radar
27 3
Year 2000 - Urban Parks
27 4
Carteret Writers Contents
27 5
Construction
27 6
South Dakota Parks
27 7
NPCA Products
27 8
Economics of Parks
27 9
Poll Questions - NPCA
27 10
NPCA
27 11
SOS Parks
27 12
Letters, Email
27 13
Notes from NPCA Strategic Work Sessions
February 17, 1995
27 14
NPCA Material
27 15
People & Politics
27 16
Tarwathie Purchase
27 17
Survey of Tarwathie
27 18
Survey of Tarwathie
27 19
Liferaft
27 20
Alan Buchanan - Designer
27 21
Trwhy - Ad+
27 22
ANPR
27 23
Common Sense Bill
27 24
Forum
27 25
Code Name: Downfall (Excerpts)
27 26
Index
27 27
Director's Release
27 28
HR 2677
27 29
TR Class - Carteret Community College
October 12, 1995
27 30
Article for National Parks dued
December 1, 1995
27 31
Loose Ends
27 32
Galapagos Permission
27 33
HR 260 - File 1
27 34
HR 260 - File 2
27 35
Photos
27 36
Tough
27 37
Rivers
27 38
Budget
27 39
ANPR
November 7, 1995

Series XI:  School Materials, 1941-2008Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
28 1
Early School papers
1941-1951
28 2
Early School papers
1948-1949
28 3
Haverford School Class Book
1946
28 4
Haverford School Class Book
1948
28 5
Yale Class Book
1952
28 6
Yale Class of 1952 25th Reunion class book
1977
28 7
Time and Change Yale 1952 50th Reunion Booklet
2002
28 8
Addendum to Time and Change
28 9
In After Years Yale 1952 55th Reunion book
2007
28 10
Correspondence to Stephen Tsai
2008
28 11
Yale Class of 1952 55th Reunion materials
2007

Series XII:  Profession Materials, 1964-2003Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
28 12
Text of Statement by Steward Udall to House Education and Labor Committee
1964
28 13
Nationa Park Service Housing
1983
28 14
National Park Service Employee Survey
1983
28 15
Nue Beaches Materials
28 16
Management Guide to Public Clothing Optional Beaches and Parks Booklet
28 17
National Parks and Indigenous Peoples Materials
28 18
National Parks and Indigenous Peoples Materials
28 19
National Parks and Indigenous Peoples Materials
28 20
National Parks and Indigenous Peoples Materials
28 21
National Parks and Indigenous Peoples Materials
28 22
National Parks and Indigenous Peoples Materials
28 23
Sacred Lands Forum
2001
28 24
Sacred Lands Forum
2001
28 25
Fundamentals of Natural Resource Management Course Student Evaluations
2002
28 26
Fundamentals of Natural Resource Management Course Materials
2002
28 27
Fundamentals of Natural Resource Management Course Materials
2002
28 28
Serious Games Workshop
2003
28 29
Serious Games Workshop
2003
28 30
Serious Games Workshop
2003

Series XIII:  Teaching MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
29 1
Carteret Community College Contracts and Course Materials
29 2
Carteret Community College Contracts and Course Outlines
29 3
East Carolina University Faculty Evaluations and Emails
29 4
East Carolina University Contracts and Course Materials
29 5
East Carolina University Materials
29 6
Death Penalty Course Materials
29 7
Student Evaluations
29 8
Student Evaluations
29 9
Anonymous Bad papers
29 10
Buscemi, Santi V. and Charlotte Smith, 75 Readings plus 4th Edition, Textbook
29 11
Hall, Donald, A Writers Reader 3rd Edition, Textbook
29 12
Harvey, Gordon, Writing With Sources: A Guide for Students, Textbook
29 13
Kennedy, Dorothym and X.J., The Bedford Reader, Textbook
29 14
Lester, James D., Of Bunsen Burners, Bones and Belles Lettres, Instructors Edition, Textbook
29 15
Literature Gold, Prentice Hall, Textbook

Series XIV:  Our National Park System Materials, 1995-2002Return to Top

Container(s): Box 29, Folder 16

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
29 16
Rettie, Dwight F., Our National Park System
29 17
Foreward
29 18
University of Illinois Press correspondence
29 19
University of Illinois Press correspondence
29 20
University of Illinois Press Correspondence and Readers Report
29 21
Prepublication correspondence
29 22
University of Illinois Press
29 23
Cooperating Associations
29 24
Cooperating Associations
29 25
Marketing
29 26
Advertisements
29 27
Advertisements
29 28
Reviews
29 30
Reviews
29 31
Reviews
29 32
Reviews
29 33
Correspondence
1995
29 34
Correspondence
1995-2002
29 35
Georgia O'Keefe Appendix
29 36
Georgia O'Keefe Appendix
29 37
Weir Farm Environmental Impact Statement
29 38
Research Materials
32 oversize
Our National Park System Styrofoam Advertising Placard

Series XV:  PublicationsReturn to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
30 1
Rettie, Dwight F., United States Reclamation Policy, Bound Undergraduate Thesis
30 2
Rettie, Dwight F., National Forest Timber-sale policy, Bound Undergraduate Thesis
30 3
Marshall Kaplan, Gans, and Khan, Children and the Urban Environment: A Learning Experience, Foreword by Dwight F. Rettie
30 4
Strobell, Adah Parker, Bicentennial Games 'n Fun, Preface by Dwight F. Rettie

Series XVI:  Literary Manuscripts, Articles and Letters to the Editor, 1951-1979Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
30 5
Assorted Manuscripts
30 6
Poetry
1951-1979
30 7
Stories
30 8
Article Ideas
30 9
Harold Ickes Diaries and James C. Rettie
30 10
James K. Ridenour Review
30 11
"A Policy To Help Save Our Cities"
30 12
Letters to the Editor, Various Publications
30 13
Letters to the Editor, Various Publications
30 14
Letters to the Editor, Various Publications
30 15
Letters to the Editor, Various Publications
30 16
Letters to the Editor, Various Publications
30 17
Letters to the Editor, Various Publications
30 18
Letters to the Editor, Various Publications
30 19
Letters to the Editor, Various Publications
30 20
Letters to the Editor, Various Publications

Series XVII:  Correspondence, 1944-2006Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
30 21
Letters to James C. Rettie
1944
30 22
Letters to Chairman Oaker
1983
30 23
Letters
1993-1996
30 24
Letters to Stewart Udall
1995-2004
30 25
R. Paul Rigtrup *Audiocassette*
1996
30 26
Letters
1996
30 27
Letters
1996
30 28
Letters
1996-1999
30 29
Letters
1996-2004
30 30
Letters
1999-2003
30 31
Letters
2000-2002
30 32
Letters
2001-2002
30 33
Letters
2002-2004
30 34
Letters
2004
30 35
Letters
2004-2005
30 36
Letters
2004-2006
30 37
Letters
2005-2006
30 38
Professional Thank You letters
30 39
Professional Thank You letters
30 40
Professional Thank You letters

Series XVIII:  Books, 1932-1993Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
31 1
Foresta, Ronald A., America's National Parks and Their keepers: contains letters to James D. Fox and inscriptions from Ronald A. Foresta and Cokie Roberts
31 2
Hartzog Jr., George B., Battling for the National Parks introduction by Stewart J. Udall: contains letters from Hartzog and signed by Hartzog
31 3
Lockyear, Frank and Robert Gray, Trees for Tomorrow; Signed by Frank Lockyear, contains letters from Frank Lockyear
31 4
Menninger, Karl, The Vital Balance
31 5
Tsai, Stephen W., Theory of Composites Design, signed by author
31 6
Udall, Stewart L., The Forgotten Founders
31 7
Brown, William E., Island of Hope
31 8
Duberman, Martin B., In White America
31 9
Kiplings, Rudyard, Ballads
1897
31 10
Maclaren, Ian, Beside the Bonnie Briar Brush
1895
31 11
Nordhoff, Charles and James Norman Hall, Men Against the Sea
31 12
Peterson, Gene, Pioneering Outdoor Recreation
31 13
Tousey, Sanford, Jerry and the Pony Express
1936
31 14
Tousey, Sanford, Cowboy Tom
1932
31 15
Vacca, Roberto, The Coming Dark Age
31 16
U.S. Department of the Interior, Boundaries of the United States and the Several States
31 17
U.S. Department of the Interior: National Parks Idex
1993
31 18
U.S. General Accounting Office, National Parks: Tough Choices Need to Be Made About Our National Parks
31 19
U.S. House of Representatives, How Our Laws Are Made
31 20
U.S. War Department, Instructions for Servicemen in Britain
1942
31 21
Waterford Field Guide, The Nature of Alaska

Series XIX:  Carteret Writers, 2003-2008Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
31 22
Administrative Papers, correspondence
31 23
The Write Stuff Newsletter
2003-2008
31 24
Contest Submissions
2007-2008
31 25
Contest Submissions, Guidelines
31 26
Shoal
2003

Series XX:  Unitarian Coastal FellowshipReturn to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
31 27
Member- Friend Survey
31 28
Robert Service Reading
31 29
Service Programs, letters
31 30
Correspondence
31 31
Domestic Violence Sermon
31 32
Press Release, Service Programs

Series XXI:  ClippingsReturn to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
32 1
National Park System Clippings
32 2
National Park System Clippings
32 3
National Park System Clippings
32 4
National Park System Clippings
32 5
National Park System Clippings
32 6
National Park System Clippings
32 7
National Park System Clippings
32 8
National Park System Clippings
32 9
National Park System Clippings
32 10
General Subject Clippings
32 11
General Subject Clippings
32 12
General Subject Clippings
32 13
General Subject Clippings
32 14
General Subject Clippings
32 15
General Subject Clippings
32 16
General Subject Clippings
32 17
General Subject Clippings
32 18
General Subject Clippings
32 19
General Subject Clippings
32 20
General Subject Clippings
32 21
General Subject Clippings
32 22
General Subject Clippings
32 23
General Subject Clippings
32 24
General Subject Clippings
32 25
General Subject Clippings
32 26
General Subject Clippings

Series XXII:  Personal Materials, 1973-1982Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
32 27
Log Book Of Dwight Retties Boat Bananaquit
1973-1976
32 28
Log Book Of Dwight Retties Boat Bananaquit
1976-1978
32 29
Tarwathie Ship's Log
1980
32 30
Tarwathie Ship's Log
1982
32 31
Standing Orders Over The Watch; Licenses and Certificates; Lifesaving Organizational Materials
32 32
Dive Planners and Divers Log
32 33
Powell and Pressburger Clippings and Fan Club Emails
32 34
Powell and Pressburger Clippings and Fan Club Emails
32 35
Orient Express Murder Mystery Dinner Party Materials

Series XXIII:  2001 - 2006 Accessions, 1916-1996Return to Top

Container(s): Folder

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
33 1
Fort Pulaski
1991
33 2
Hearst Castle
1991-1992
33 3
Vail Symposium
1916-1991
33 4
Mackinac Island
1991
33 5
Executive Personnel/Senior Executive Service (ES/SES)
1978-1992
33 6
Interior IG Report
1991
33 7
Four topics- Responses
1991
33 8
Partnership Parks & Preservations
1991
33 9
Steamtown- National Hisotic Site (NHS)
1991
33 10
Vizcaya
1992
33 11
Executive Order (EO)
1933
33 12
Clippings
1992-1993
33 13
Next
1993
33 14
Miscellaneous correspondence
1991-1992
33 15
NPS Budget
1980-1990
33 16
NPS Advisory board
1991
33 17
Association of National Park Rangers (ANPR)
1991-1992
33 18
Biltmore Estate
1992
33 19
Law
1970
33 20
Sources (Misc.)
1920
33 21
Georgia O'Keefe NHS
1990
33 22
Hogenauer
1983-1992
33 23
Basic Operations
1982
33 24
Budget Initiatives
1980-1989
33 25
Citibank Poll
33 26
Courier
1992-1993
33 27
Affiliated Areas
1992
33 28
New Area Studies
33 29
National Trust for Historic Preservation (HP)
1991
33 30
Revenue Enhancement
1991
33 31
National Park Foundation
1990
33 32
Appendix 12 (Jobs)
1992
33 33
Appendix 7
33 34
A3- Growth
1991
33 35
Appendix 8
1916-1990
33 36
VIP Housing
1992
33 37
Mar-A-Lago NHS 1
1991
33 38
Mar-A-Lago NHS 2
1976
33 39
Policy on Indigenous People
1987
33 40
AS- DevesTiTures
1983
33 41
21st Century Report
1989
34 1
Edited Manuscript- Our National Park System
1994
34 2
National Parks and Conservation Association (NPCA)
1995
34 3
A Fable by James C. Rettie
1995
34 4
Universal Monolihic Homes, Inc. (UMH)
1978-1995
34 5
Scrapbook
1972-1976
34 6
Originals- Bermude
1982-1995
34 7
Personnel File
1953
34 8
Department of Defense Stock and Industrial Funds
1955
34 9
Thesis- critical remarks
1955
34 10
The National Park Service's Responsibilities for Urban Park Lands
1976
34 11
"Farewell to Tarwathie"
1984-1995
34 12
I Wrote That!
1941
34 13
The Process of Congressional Appropriation
1955
34 14
Field Military 201 file (duplicated)
1954
34 15
Chapter 1- National Park Service "Management Policies"
1988-1995
34 16
Work experience, form 57, etc.
1961-1964
34 17
Letters from dad
1955
34 18
Letters from/to the Army
1952-1955
34 19
I Wrote…
1941-1995
34 20
Manuscript- Our National Park System
1994
35 1
The National Park Service manuscript--Part 1
1993
35 2
The National Park Service manuscript--Part 2
1993
35 3
Resources for the Future (RFF) publisher
1992
35 4
Epilogue
1993
35 5
Tarwathie Ship's Log--Washington D.C.
1982
35 6
Badges and Insignia--Number 1
1894-1991
35 7
The Yosemite Story by Harriet E. Huntington
1966
35 8
Biltmore Estate
1989
35 9
United States Department of the Interior Budget Justifications
1991
35 10
Management Policies--U.S. Department of Interior
1988
35 11
Ebey's Landing--National Historical Reserve (NHR)
1984
35 12
National Parks and Conservation Association (NPCA)
1991
35 13
Cost of Living Adjustments (COLA)
1991
35 14
Our National Park System: Caring for America's Greatest Natural and Historical Treasures manuscript on floppy disks
1993
35 15
Book--Our National Park System
1995-1996
36 1
Book--Stealing the National Parks
1987
36 2
Book--The National Park Service
1983
36 3
Book--Natural History in the National Park System
September 1990
36 4
Managing National Park System Resources
1990
36 5
History and Prehistory in the National Park System
1987
36 6
The National Parks: Index
1989
36 7
United States Department of the Interior Budget Estimates
1991
36 8
Tallgrass Prairie Preserve
1987
36 9
Special Resource Study--Z-Bar (Spring Hill) Ranch
March 1991
36 10
Preliminary Environmental Assessment
October 1975
36 11
Preliminary Environmental Assessment Appendixes A thru N
October 1975
36 12
The Organization and the Employee in an Era of Change
1983
36 13
Planning Process Guideline
1987
36 14
Book--Battling for the National Parks
1988
36 15
Book--The Making of a Ranger
1983
36 16
The Fortunes of War
December 1992
36 18
Manuscript--The National Park System: Past, Present, and Prospects (First Draft)

Series XXIV:  Photographs (PH162)Return to Top

1.25 linear feet
Rettie, Dwight Fay, 1930-
Container(s) Description
Box
1
Prints
2
Slides

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Administrative agencies--United States
  • Civic Activism
  • Conservation of natural resources--United States
  • Environmental Conditions
  • National parks and reserves--United States
  • Parks and Playgrounds
  • Parks--United States
  • Photographs
  • Public administration--United States
  • Public lands--United States
  • Recreation--United States
  • Urban policy--United States
  • Personal Names :
  • Rettie, Dwight Fay, 1930-
  • Rettie, Dwight Fay, 1930---Correspondence
  • Corporate Names :
  • National Recreation and Park Association
  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • United States. Bureau of Land Management
  • United States. Department of the Interior.
  • United States. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
  • United States. Dept. of the Treasury
  • United States. National Park Service.
  • Geographical Names :
  • United States--Officials and employees
  • United States--Politics and government--20th century
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Clippings
  • Letters
  • Manuscripts for publication
  • Photographic prints
  • Speeches