Illustrations needed from SHEN archives The following illustrations for which better scans are needed from SHEN archives are listed by chapter/sidebar. Chapter: Cabins, Tramping Parties and Pow-Wows: Stony Man and Skyland ran the dining room and directed the orchestra. baroque rustic entranceway. one of the largest ever built in the resort. as far away as New York. Chapter: Finding Refreshment of Mind: Rapidan school building was completed in mid-February, 1930 arrived eagerly as soon as the doors opened. Sidebar: You Sing America spectacular fifty-one mile Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park Chapter: Greatest Single Feature: Skyline Drive elevations rise and fall gently; curves sweep manageably boulders slide into the roadway or an embankment collapses, then what Jewell Hollow overlook lies to the south of the vista, Chapter: Civilian Conservation Corps had served in Shenandoah / Skyline Drive camps. wooden barracks soon replaced the tents, modular panels began to arrive in the spring of 1934 against those from local high schools or military bases. as the crews moved forward Chapter: A New Park on Old Land: Creating Shenandoah May 1925 meeting of the National Conference of State Parks at Skyland partly by asking the public to “Buy an Acre” for $6.00. Chairman William E. Carson. Skyland provide vast numbers of needed plants, and controlling erosion the flat-roofed, glass-walled dining hall at Skyland Sidebar: Three Appalachias virtually every other form imaginable, including toothpaste. so heavily used by 1786 that it had to be improved Chapter: Tough Luck for the Winter: Removals jewelry for their wives, ceramic dinnerware, a 33 repeater pop ray gun made in Wyandotte, Michigan. Chapter: Laws and Generally Accepted Customs: Removals Luray native Beulah Billings knew that story and Lassiter himself called for “more and bigger ‘For White Only’ signs.