Originally established as the United States Tourist Bureau by order of the Secretary of the Interior on February 4, 1937 in the National Park Service. It was transferred in March 1939 to the Secretary's Office.
Its objectives are to stimulate travel within and to the United States by an educational program describing the tourist attractions of the United States, by publishing information on its recreational areas and facilities, and by serving as a clearinghouse for travel literature of all agencies and by furthering travel motion pictures and radio programs.
Its publications help to realize these objectives.
...United States Government Publications: sources of information for libraries. Anne Morris Boyd, The H.W. Wilson Company,
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