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A Guide to the Big Bend National Park Papers, 1926-1944, 1980
From Handbook of Texas Online: "Big Bend National Park, the first national park in Texas, comprises more than 1,250 square miles (about the size of Rhode Island) in the Big Bend of the Rio Grande along more than 100 miles of the Texas-Chihuahua-Coahuila border southeast of El Paso in Brewster County. It has been described as a land of 'killing heat and freezing cold; deadly drought and flash flood; arid lowland and moist mountain woodland; and a living river winding its way across the desert.' "
National Parks Service report, scrapbook concerning the development of the Big Bend National Park, and six posters of the area (1980).
Big Bend National Park Papers, 1926-1944, 1980, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.