These posters are a part of A Century of Design in the Parks Symposium, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 21-23, 2016.

The poster session will be held on Tuesday, June 21, 2016 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM in the Palace Ballroom B.
Jennifer Carpenter, The Custodian’s Cottage at Goliad State Park: A Living Laboratory
Michael Commisso and Catherine Dewey,
The Challenges of an Ever-increasing Resource Portfolio
Kathleen Conti and Hannah Simonson,
Reimagining the Visitor Experience: Rehabilitation of Mission 66 Architecture in Badlands National Park
Warner Cook and Amy Grossman
, Rethinking a Landscape Preservation Framework for the Developed Headquarters of Badlands National Park
Debbie Dietrich-Smith, ASLA, Parks of the People: Preserving New Deal State Parks in Michigan
David Driapsa, Three Legged Stool: Recording Legacy Landscapes with HALS
Mixie Kingman Eddy, Presenting the Parks at the 1931 Paris Exposition: Paintings by Eugene Kingman
Kathryn Flynn, National Parks & Monuments and the New Deal…Partners Since 1933
Mark GesslerScenic Drives and Their Relation to a National Park System
Doug Harnsberger, Rediscovering the Mysterious Design Origin for the 1930 John Muir Memorial Shelter’s Italian Vernacular Trullo Hut Inspired Design at Muir Pass in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
Donald Harvey, The WPA Projects of Monument Valley Park: Bridges, Retaining Walls, Waterfalls, Viewing Platforms, Entry Gates, Monumental Staircases, Baseball Stadium, and Follies
Lori Henderson and Nora Pat SmallA New Life for CCC Structures at Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site
Dominic HenryEnvironmental and Cultural Landscape Planning: The Sand Creek Massacre Historical Site, Kiowa County, Colorado
Carter Hudgins and Amalia Leifeste,
 As-Built: Documentation of CCC-era Buildings, Structures and Landscapes at King’s Mountain National Military Park as Planned vs. Practiced
Lisa Jackson, Government Rustic in Palo Duro Canyon State Park
Allison Kennedy, Life’s a Journey: Historic Roads and the National Park Service
J.J. Lamb and Robin PintoPartnerships to Preserve the New Deal Landscape at Colossal Cave Mountain Park in Arizona
Courtney Magill, Performance Assessment and Evaluation of Hydrophonic and Ultraviolet Protective Treatments for Historic Log Structures
Lynn A. Neal, Adaptive Reuse of Several Buildings within the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument Visitor Center Complex Historic District
Robin Pinto, Historic Designed Landscapes in National Parks and Monuments: Opportunities to Interpret the NPS Role in Preservation
Shelby Scharen, Alcatraz Island Cultural Landscape Report
Harvey Smith, Remembering the New Deal in the Parks
James W. Steely, Documenting Mission 66 and the Grand Canyon’s Transcanyon Water Line
Robert Stokes and Christy Tafoya, The Civilian Conservation Corps and New Mexico State Parks: An Early Partnership with Lasting Effects
Henry J. SunEndolithic Cyanobacteria and Deteriorating Stone Monuments
John White, A Quarter Century of Managing HABS Recording Teams: A Professor’s Perspective

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