Great Lodges of the National Parks, Volume Two

by Christine Barnes

photography by Fred Pflughoft
and David Morris

  • The official companion book to the popular PBS television series, Great Lodges, and the second volume in Christine Barnes's popular series, Great Lodges of the National Parks, Volume Two, will leave a lasting impression on any reader. Blending stunning nature, unique buildings, and fascinating stories, Great Lodges will transport you to another place through beautiful photography and writing. From the Grand Lake Hotel in Yellowstone National Park, to the classic Lake Quinault Lodge in Olympic National Park, to the visionary Volcano House in Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, this stunningly illustrated and meticulously researched volume offers new insights into these historic landmarks. The selected lodges represent an eclectic collection of architecture that reflects America's social changes: from neo-classical grand resorts and Spanish revival villas to traditional lake lodges and log cabins in the mountains. Stunning photography by Fred Pflughoft and David Morris compliment Barnes's research and writing, while historical black-and-white photographs give readers a new appreciation for the historical landmarks and vistas that compliment our national parks.

176 pages, 11, index, 10 hardcovers per case, Smythe-sewn

ISBN 10: 1-56037-520-5
ISBN 13: 978-1-56037-520-3

June 2012

  • Lake Hotel - Yellowstone National Park
  • The Stanley Hotel - Estes Park, Gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Furnace Creek Inn - Death Valley National Park
  • Lake Crescent Lodge - Olympic National Park
  • Lake Quinault Lodge - Olympic National Forest
  • Wallowa Lake Lodge - Wallowa-Whitman National Forest
  • Volcano House - Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park
  • Jackson Lake Lodge - Grand Teton National Park
  • Glacier Bay Lodge - Glacier Bay National Park & Reserve
  • Camp Denali- Denali National Park & Preserve





Great Lodges of the National Parks, Volume Two

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Christine Barnes align= Christine Barnes is an author, journalist and architectural historian. A former newspaper editor, her passion for historic mountain architecture began with a magazine article she penned on the reopening of Oregon's Crater Lake Lodge in 1996. She has authored seven nonfiction books on historic lodges and two books on Oregon.

In addition, Christine writes magazine and newspaper articles on historic lodges, the national parks, and a variety of travel adventures. She is a member of the Northwest Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians. A Colorado native, she is a graduate of Northwestern University. Christine lives with her husband, Jerry, in Bend, Oregon. They have two children and four grandchildren.

Praise for Great Lodges of the National Parks, Volume Two:

�What a spectacular book! Just a brief glance through the pages brought on an immediate desire to visit each and every one of the lodges. The melding of historical context and current use provides both a concise history lesson for each setting and insight into how each lodge was developed. After being inspired by the splendid images and relevant data in this book, you will surely want to live a bit of history by visiting these special places yourself.� � Gay Hunter, Museum Curator, Olympic National Park, Washington

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