The Other Side of Olympus
Abstract:The author of this paper is on leave of absence from his position of Assistant Professor of Forestry at Iowa State College, in order to pursue certain investigations as a temporary member of the National Park Service. One of his assignments has been to make a special study of the Mount Olympus area, with which he was previously familiar. In the following article he presents his personal reaction to what was said in the article entitled "The Proposed Mount Olympus National Park" which the June Journal carried under "Briefer Articles and Notes".
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Branch of Forestry, National Park Service
Publication date: August 1, 1936
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