Forestry

  • Special Collections
    The NH and Durham Vertical Files were collected over ca. 30 years and contain materials accumulated mostly by subject rather than creator. The New Hampshire and Durham vertical files contain historical information and publications covering a very wide…
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    Walter H. James (1873-1965) married Ida Rachel Butterfield James (1875-1966) in 1899. Together with Ida's sister Lucy Ardena Butterfield (1871-1955) and Walter and Ida's children Ruth and Arthur, they traveled all around the White Mountains and NH/VT hiking, camping, and taking photographs. This…
  • University Archives
    The Department of Forest Resources Newsletter was produced in-house by the deparment faculty and staff to disseminate information about department events, programs, student organizations and achievements, faculty publications and activities, among…
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    William Fuller Fisk (1876-after 1941) was an entomologist who worked for the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and Mechanical Arts during the 1890s, later going on to work for the Georgia State Entomologist and USDA and heading the Gypsy Moth…
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    The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests was formed in Concord, N.H. in February 1901 "...to preserve the forests of New Hampshire, to protect its scenery, to encourage the building of good roads, and to cooperate in other measures of…
  • University Archives
    The Society of American Foresters was founded in 1900 by Gifford Pinchot and is the largest society for professional foresters in the world. This booklet contains the Program of Field Excursions taken during the summer meeting of the Society of American Foresters New England Section which was…
  • University Archives
    Clark Stevens was a faculty member at the University of New Hampshire from 1920 until his retirement in 1964. He served as chair of the Forestry Department from 1938-1958. This collection contains the history of Forestry at UNH by Clark L. Stevens. It starts in 1893 with the move of the New…
  • University Archives
    This series contains the report of the instruction trip through northern New Hampshire taken by the senior forestry students. It includes their daily itenerary, a detailed account of what they saw and did, and photographs.
  • University Archives
    The Cooperative Extension of the University of New Hampshire has an office in each county in New Hampshire. The Carroll County Forestry Division kept records about the Forestry Cooperators in that county. This series contains the records of the Carroll County Forestry department. They include the…
  • University Archives
    Professor Stuart Dunn worked for the University of New Hampshire from 1926 to 1970. He taught courses in plant physiology in the Department of Botany and at the Agricultural Experiment Station. He wrote a text book and lab manual in 1949 entitled…
  • University Archives
    In October 1981 the President of the University of New Hampshire (then President Handler) authorized Kurt C. Feltner, the Dean of the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture to appoint a University Woodlands Committee. This committee merged with the…
  • University Archives
    The forest resources program has the objective of combining a basic education with technical forestry education to meet the needs of professional foresters. The bulk of this series contains information concerning the Forestry and Wildlife Clubs and the alumni publication Tally Sheet.
  • University Archives
    The UNH Forestry summer camp program was begun in 1924 by Prof. Clark Stevens to include practical experience as a part of forestry education.
  • University Archives
    Dr. Clark L. Stevens, Class of 1917, was the Chairman of the Department of Forestry at UNH from 1938-1958. A pioneer teacher of forestry and wildlife, he was instrumental in the expansion of the forestry instructional program at UNH and carried on…
  • University Archives
    This series contains information collected by the UNH Museum curator in preparation for an exhibition on the UNH Marine Program in 2001.
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    Elizabeth Yates was a prolific American author. In 1938, her first book, High Holiday, was published by London publishing company A & C Black. She is perhaps best known for her 1951 Newbery Medal winning novel Amos Fortune, Free Man. She also received the Newbery Honor in 1944 for Mountain Born…
  • Special Collections
    The Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests was formed in Concord, N.H. in February 1901 "...to preserve the forests of New Hampshire, to protect its scenery, to encourage the building of good roads, and to cooperate in other measures of…
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    The photographer(s) are anonymous. The collection consists of glass lantern slides mostly from the period 1900-1920. Most of the 331 images are of forestry and lumbering activities in Northern New Hampshire.
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    Henry Ives Baldwin (1896-1922) was born in Saranac Lake, New York. After graduating from Yale University in 1919, he acquired his Master’s degree from the Yale Forestry School in 1922, studied at the Swedish Forestry School from 1923-1924, and…