Raising flag at Cowpens monumentCowpens National BattlefieldRangers Scruggs and Thompson with William Hendrick, Bob Meridith, and Superintendent Moorrow raising the flag at the Cowpens monument during the bi-centennial flag ceremony.
Airboat moving through waters, circa 1965Everglades National Park; National Park ServiceDistant view of airboat moving through waters; "A ranger on airboat patrol. No one else is permitted to operate airboats." Three prints have slightly different caption.
Airboat on patrol through grasses, circa 1965Everglades National Park; National Park ServiceOut of focus distant shot of airboat on "path" through grasses; "A ranger on airboat patrol. Vehicles such as these are not allowed except in accordance with park operations".
Assistant Superintendent Gill Calhoun presents Assistant Chief of Maintenance Bob Wiley a Commendation and CertificateGreat Smoky Mountains National ParkAsst. Supt. Gill Calhoun presents Asst. Chief of Maintenance Bob Wiley a Commendation and Certificate, awarded by the Secretary of the Interior for his outstanding contribution to the Alaska program. Bob was a member of the Alaska Planning group, compromising personnel of diverse disciplines drawn from several agencies, formed in Feb 1973, and given the responsibility for planning and co-ordination of comprehensive field studies of Alaska land. As a result of these studies, the Secretary submitted the Congress proposals which would add more than 80 millions of acres of public land in Alaska as units of the National Park, Forest, Wildlife Refugee and Wild and Scenic Rivers Systems.Wiley, Bob, IV-P-4652, Miscellaneous - Personnel