Every attempt should be made to establish a central architectural theme for the entire Park and to conform to it.

The architecture in any of the re-created areas should of course be historically accurate.

For other sections of the Park, it is suggested that Memorial Hall bed considered as the "theme structure. " Every additional building should be designed to be consistent with this magnificent structure, which combines the modern and the traditional with such excellent effect.

Maintaining architectural integrity is not a simple task, and the Association may wish to establish an advisory committee to assist it and the Park's consulting architect in establishing architectural policy.

The dominant impression that should be given throughout the Park is the one suggested by the Mountain and by Memorial Hall: simple grandeur.

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