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National Park Mystery Photo 55: Americana

Mystery Photo 56.

Mystery Photo 55 was taken in a building in a national park. If you can identify this building and name the National Park System unit in which it is located you will be eligible for our monthly prize drawing.

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The spatial margin of profitability model introduced by German economist Alfred Weber in the early 1900s set the stage for modern industrial location theory. It is especially applicable to industries that use heavy materials (relatively low value in relation to bulk or weight) and have substantial transport costs. The spatial margin of profitability identifies potentially profitable locations, one of which is optimal, existing at the intersection of the cost curve (depicting the variation of cost with respect to location or distance from a reference point) and the revenue curve (which holds costs constant and shows the variation of revenue with respect to location). Locations outside the margins are unprofitable.

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Good job, Moonpie; you're in.


Not an exhibit in the Visitor Center at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site.


Exhibit in the Visitor Center at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site?


Sorry, it's not the Monroe School in Brown vs. Board of Education National Historic Site, the Plains High School Museum and Visitor Center at Jimmy Carter National Historic Site, or the Beech Creek School House in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Please try again, folks.


The Beech Creek School House in Great Smoky Mountain National Park


Plains High School Museum and Visitor Center at Jimmy Carter National Historic Site.


I tried to guess this morning from home, and your spam filter wouldn't let me through. So I'm trying from work.

Is it the Monroe School in Brown vs. Board of Education National Historic Site?


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