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Stan Albright was National Park Service Area Director for Alaska from about 1971 to 1975. He worked under John Rutter, the Regional Director stationed in Seattle. Stan came on at a time when the Alaska National Interest Lands and Conservtion Act (ANILCA) had been passed, the D-2 study teams were beginning their work, and the National Park Service in Alaska was growing out from under their supervisors at the regional office in Seattle. It was a delicate time, with considerable tensions between the federal government and local communities. Alaska was being divided up into federal management, Native private land, and state controlled land. Individual land owners were skeptical at best about their future on the land.