Pictures for a Park: How Photographers Helped Save the Great Smoky Mountains (Hardcover)

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When advocates for preserving the GreatSmoky Mountains as a national park neededsupport, they turned to photographers likeJim Thompson and George Masa for help.Their gorgeous landscape photographshelped convince officials that the Smokiesrivaled any scenery in the West and wereworthy of national park status. This incrediblelarge-format book showcases imagescaptured by Carlos Campbell, Doris Ulman,Ansel Adams, George Grant and manyothers. Published by GSMA, 96 pages.
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Author(s) Rose Houk
Short Description When advocates for preserving the Great Smoky Mountains as a national park needed support for their battle, they turned to photographers like Jim Thompson and George Masa for help. Ever since that initial charge, photographers have been crucial to additional efforts like raising funds to purchase lands for the park, building public support, and expanding local economy.
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