Utah State University - Merrill-Cazier Library
Consists of maps, plans, and drawings for state parks in Utah. Includes present and future plans for recreational and boating facilities, visitor centers, etc
Maryland State Archives - Special Collections
Blueprints and drawings of state parks and facilities. No apparent arrangement
Nevada State Library and Archives
The files consist of incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports, financial records, photographs, project work plans, master plans, grazing and residence leases, minutes of meetings, legislation and proposed legislation, contract, agreements, printed materials, and permits
Nevada State Library and Archives
The evolution of the Nevada state park system began at least as early as 1923, when the Legislature authorized the governor to "select, designate and set aside" areas of the public domain for recreation grounds and game refuges. The statute gave the State Fish and Game Commission responsibility for administering the sites, some of which later became parts of the park system. The lawmakers appropriated $5000 to launch the program. That year, by proclamation, Governor James G. Scrugham set aside eleven sites. Later in 1923 he added more (the act allowed as many as twenty-five). To finance the effort, the Legislature, in 1925, appropriated $20,000. Some of the sites became scenes of activity by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), working withthe National Park Service on several projects in Clark and Lincoln counties in the 1930s
University of California, Berkeley
Relating to the campaign for a comprehensive state park program. Included are copies of letters written by Newton B. Drury and staff, incoming correspondence, interoffice memoranda, minutes of meetings, press releases, articles prepared for newspapers and magazines, speeches and statements, lists of speakers and speaking engagements, clippings, and reference materials, particularly relating to parks in other states
Indiana State Library - Manuscripts and Rare Books
This collection includes "The Story of an Indiana Pioneer Village-Spring Mill," "The Story of Turkey Run," "The Movement for Local and State Parks in Indiana," and "Relationship of the Indiana Historical Commission to the State Park Movement" ranging from 1909 to 1930 regarding Indiana state parks
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, memoranda, contact and planning reports, opinion surveys, press releases and clippings, annual reports, photographs, and maps regarding development projects and usage provisions and regulations in state parks
Utah State Archives and Records Service
This series contains pamphlets from the Division of Parks and Recreation promoting various state parks and recreation areas with information pertaining to park name, location, special features, geology, history, hiking, archeology, fishing, plants, animals, off-highway vehicles, conservation, nearby points of interest, activities, facilities, reservations, user fees and guidelines
Maryland State Archives - Special Collections
Records dealing with the acquisition and management of department property. Includes deeds, copies of plats, appraisals, option contracts, condemnation papers, right-of-way agreements, leases, easements, correspondence, and notes. Arranged alphabetically by name of park. Series also available in Land acquisitions series [MSA T353]