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Great Lodges of the National Parks: The Companion Book to the PBS Television Series Hardcover – March 12, 2002
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It has 192 pages--loaded with lovely glossy pictures.
Not all of these lodges, however, are located in the national parks.Timberline Lodge is in a national forest and Oregon Caves Chateau is located at a national monument.
The pictures in this book are breathtaking. Historical pictures as well as present day pictures are located in the book.
This book is VERY similar to the Great Lodges of the West book (also by Christine Barnes). Some of the EXACT same pictures that are in the Great Lodges of the West book are in this book!
But this book adds more pictures.
This one has more pages (as compared to 136 pages) and this one has more pictures. Also covered in this one is Belton Chalet and Sperry & Granite Park Chalets (which the other book doesn't cover in full detail).Read more ›
But this book is 1/3 about the national parks, 1/3 about the history of the lodges, and 1/3 about the lodges today. If that is what you are looking for, then you will probably be happy with this book.
If, on the other hand, you want a book packed with lots of present day pictures of the lodges, you might be a little disappointed.
I already have books about the national parks and the scenery, so I wasn't looking for more of that. And I don't really care about who did what at the lodges back in 1940 or 1950 or whenever. I just wanted lots of pictures of how these beautiful buildings look today. There are a few nice color pictures of each lodge but not as many pictures of the lodges in their present state as you would think a nearly 200 page book would have.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent book and photos about the National Parks, magnificent treasures.Published 3 months ago by VP Customer
I bought the book hoping it would have a lot of photos of these classic lodges, and I was not disappointed. Lots of design ideas, I like the book.Published 6 months ago by Schipperke mom
It arrived with a serious case of water damage - many of the pages were stuck together and it smelled of mold.Published 16 months ago by Marilyn L. Lindsey
The photography in the Great Lodges series, both volumes one and two, is beautiful. The text not only gives readers specific details to look for when they visit national park... Read morePublished on February 13, 2014 by Turi Lundquist
I purchased this book for my husband for Christmas after we had both seen it in the lobby of the lodge at the Grand Canyon. Read morePublished on January 21, 2014 by L. Miller
This is a great book for the coffee table and we've picked it up many many times to look at the fabulous photos inside. Highly recommend it.Published on February 24, 2013 by D. Pyke