National Geographic : 1966 Jul
in 1915, retary of onserva ;. He be- Picnicking in Seq Stephen T. Mather, the Interior, heads a tionists working to] came first Director c GEOGRAPHIC Edito] made the picture wi trigger. Horace M. A Huskies drowse in the summer sun as a ranger at Mount McKinley National Park shows off Alaska's winter carryall-the sledge. Spectators include members of the Secretary of the Interior's Advisory Board on National Parks. Board mem bers, from right: Paul L. Phillips, President, Paper makers and Paperworkers union; Edward J. Mee 4 man, editor emeritus, Memphis Press-Scimitar; 1929-1933, sits in front of the cook. To Mather's right: E. O . McCormick, Vice President of South ern Pacific; Frederick H. Gillett, U. S. Representa tive from Massachusetts, later Speaker of the House and Senator; travel lecturer Burton Holmes; Henry Fairfield Osborn, President of American Museum of Natural History; author Emerson Hough; publisher George W. Stewart. Board Chairman Dr. Wallace E. Stegner, Professor of English at Stanford University. Dr. Robert L. Stearns, former President of the University of Colorado (fourth from left), stands with Dr. Mel ville Bell Grosvenor, then Vice Chairman, now Chairman. Congressman Roy A. Taylor of North Carolina, a member of the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, is at far left.