Matching Items (22)
- All Subjects: Mather, Stephen Tyng, 1867-1930
- All Subjects: Buggeln, Martin, 1867-1939
- Member of: 100 Years of Grand: The Grand Canyon Centennial Project
Letter from Stephen Mather, National Park Service to Carl Hayden on payment to W. W. Bass.
Letter from Carl Hayden to Stephen Mather regarding the sale of Bass properties.
Photo of a man on a ladder and women in a window in a Romeo and Juliet type pose. Circa 1920.
Letter from Stephen T. Mather to Carl Hayden with markup of bill S 390 for the proposed National Park.
Letter from Stephen T. Mather to Carl Hayden regarding amendments to the national park bill including Mather's approval of the Secretary of the Interior granting railroads rights of way.
Letter from Carl Hayden to Stephen T. Mather regarding certain amendments to the national park bill. Rights regarding the Havasupai Tribe are mentioned.
Letter of introduction for Dwight B. Heard on the arrival of National Park Service Director Stephen T. Mather to Phoenix. Mather's visit includes trips to Roosevelt Dam and Tumacácori.
Letter from Carl Hayden to Stephen Mather regarding Coconino County's willingness to dispose of Bright Angel Trail as long as the funds acquired would go to building a road between Old Trails Highway at Maine to the Grand Canyon.
Letter from George W. Kimball to Carl Hayden with an enclosed map detailing the cattle and sheep allotments on the portion of the Tusyan Forest next to the Grand Canyon. Listed are names of permit holders in both stock and allotment that are most likely to trespass into the park. The names are: W. F. Griffin, W. W. Bass, H. R. Lauzon, Swanner and Griffin, Bankhead and Henderson, Martin Buggeln, Babbitt Brothers, Sanford Rowe, and P. D. Berry.
Letter from the Director of the National Park Service, Stephen T. Mather, to Jesse L. Boyce informing him that immediate action is being taken to remove the TNT from the Grand Canyon.