Park Recreation Structures, Albert H. Good, 1999, NPS Architecture, Fine w/VG DJ
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Park Recreation Structures
Albert H. Good and Randall J. Biallas (Foreword)
Princeton Architectural Press
Notes: A Fine book in a Very Good dust jacket, Near Fine overall, 4to, 12 1/4" x 9 1/2." Black cloth-covered boards in a black paper dust jacket. Gilt lettering on front cover, book spine, front panel, and dust jacket spine. Covers have minuscule edge wear and slightly bumped tips, else pristine and intact, binding tight. Dust jacket has light rubbing, slight bumping and splitting to tips, slight edge wear, and a small puncture and former owner's "Noel" sticker tipped in on back panel, else clean and intact. Dust jacket protected in a paper-backed mylar sleeve. Pages pristine and intact. Replete with black-and-white printed photographs and illustrations. 192 pp., including illustrations. Comprehensive catalog of a diverse range of national park architecture, structures, and amenities in the United States such as administrative buildings, cultural facilities, comfort stations, furniture, trail steps, signs, bridges, and drinking fountains. The 1999 reprint of the original three-part publication first issued by the Department of the Interior in 1938. All three parts are included, namely, "Part I: Administration and Basic Service Facilities," "Part II: Recreational and Cultural Facilities," and "Part III: Overnight and Organized Camp Facilities." Authored by Albert H. Good, Architectural Consultant of the National Park Service. Foreword by Randall J. Biallas. Heavy and oversized items may require additional shipping.