Great Lodges of the National Parks, Volume Two

Great Lodges of the National Parks, Volume Two

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Barnes is author of a number of books showcasing the great lodges at public lands in the US and Canada. With photographs by Fred Pflughoft and David Morris as well as archival images she tells the story, from architects to famous guests, of 10 great lodges in the US, beginning in the Rockies and heading West. Settings of the lodges include Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Death Valley, Denali, Hawai'i Volcanoes National Parks as well as the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest in Northeast Oregon. Architects whose signatures are found at the sites include Gilbert Stanley Underwood, Albert Martin, John Morse, and Robert C. Reamer. This is the second volume in the author's series. Oversize: 11x10". Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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GREAT LODGES OF THE NATIONAL PARKS, Volume Two, author Christine Barnes continues the award-winning series of books that showcases the most spectacular and historically significant lodges of our glorious natinonal park and forest systems.
 
From the grand resorts such as the Lake Hotel in Yellowstone National Park and the Furnace Creek Inn in Death Valley National Park to the classic lake lodges such as Lake Crescent and Lake Quinault Lodges in Washington state's Olympic Peninsula to the new visions such as Volcano House in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park & Preserve, and the Glacier Bay Lodge in Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve, this stunningly illustrated and meticulously researched  book offers new insights into these hoistoric landmarks and the scenic American landscapes where they are located.
 
Included for each lodge or resort are architectural and scenic photographs, historical illustrations, and elevation drawrings as well as a lively, informative, text examing the work of such well-known architects as Gilbert Stanley Underwood, Robert Reamer, Albert Martin, and John Morse. Also included are sidebars with thoughts and recollections for those who know these buildings best.
 
This is the companion book to the PBS series, Great Lodges of the National Parks.

GREAT LODGES OF THE NATIONAL PARKS, Volume Two, author Christine Barnes continues the award-winning series of books that showcases the most spectacular and historically significant lodges of our glorious natinonal park and forest systems.
 
From the grand resorts such as the Lake Hotel in Yellowstone National Park and the Furnace Creek Inn in Death Valley National Park to the classic lake lodges such as Lake Crescent and Lake Quinault Lodges in Washington state's Olympic Peninsula to the new visions such as Volcano House in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park & Preserve, and the Glacier Bay Lodge in Glacier Bay National Park & Preserve, this stunningly illustrated and meticulously researched  book offers new insights into these hoistoric landmarks and the scenic American landscapes where they are located.
 
Included for each lodge or resort are architectural and scenic photographs, historical illustrations, and elevation drawrings as well as a lively, informative, text examing the work of such well-known architects as Gilbert Stanley Underwood, Robert Reamer, Albert Martin, and John Morse. Also included are sidebars with thoughts and recollections for those who know these buildings best.
 
This is the companion book to the PBS series, Great Lodges of the National Parks.


Publisher: Portland, Ore. : Graphic Arts Books, c2008
ISBN: 9780882407371
0882407376
Characteristics: 176 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 26 x 29 cm

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