Response from A.C. Wright, June 28, 1936

Jasper Museum & Archives

In defence of his land.

Wilby and Superintendent Wright constantly engaged in correspondence regarding Wilby's property and renovations. The sardonic tone of the letters humorously illustrate the tension between the ideals and goals of the National Parks Act and the development of property by private citizens within Park boundaries; a tension that still exists today, even though there is no longer any privately owned land in Jasper National Park.

Response from A.C. Wright, June 28, 1936

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