Washita

Going through some old boxes and chests, my brothers and I found a Death Valley National Monument (now National Park) brochure that our grandmother picked up on her honeymoon in 1939. I have reached out to Death Valley National Park’s museum curators to see if it’s an item of interest for their collections. I won’t forget my grandmother by donating the brochure to Death Valley, but I would be giving them a piece of their park’s administrative history. They could use the brochure as an exhibit piece or look at it from the perspective of what the National Park Service…

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