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Robert C. Horne joined the National Park Service in 1935 and became involved in Capital Parks planning and development in the Washington metropolitan area. A member of the National Capital Planning Commission Coordinating Committee, Horne subsequently became Associate Regional Director for the National Capital Region and Assistant to the Director of the National Capital and Urban Park Affairs. Horne also served as the President of the Montgomery County Civic Federation and as a delegate to the Interfederation Council. His papers include information about the various organizations and committees with which Horne was associated, as well as the Army Corps of Engineers, highways, freeways, flood plains, transportation, zoning, and housing.
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3.50 Linear Feet
The papers of Robert C. Horne were deposited with the University of Maryland Archives from 1973-1975.
Part of the Special Collections and University Archives