CONS. Conservation Collection
Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Contains material related to the aerial survey of the pipeline route, and military operations in cold weather.
Scope and Contents Articles and bulletins about the restoration of game species.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection contains correspondence, working documents and articles accumulated by Flugger during her work with the Pan American Union Conservation Section. It begins with correspondence to and from William Vogt, Chief of the Conservation Section dating from 1940-1954. It continues with articles and brochures written by Vogt. Flugger's correspondence dates from 1938 to 1955. The reports and articles by Flugger focus on conservation education in Latin American. Included are working notes of...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Carhart papers covers a broad span of Arthur Hawthorne Carhart's life. Early material includes college yearbooks and reports and army sanitation reports written when Carhart served at Camp Meade during World War I. The bulk of the papers, however, document his professional life beginning in 1919 when he moved to Denver, Colorado to work for the U.S. Forest Service, and continuing through his founding of the Conservation Center Library, right up to his death in 1978. Although his...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The primary topic of this collection is forest and watershed management and education in the United States, India, and Venezuela. The material originates from Frank’s teaching at Colorado State University (1960-1964), his consulting work in India (1959-1960) and Venezuela (1964), and his activities with the Soil Conservation Society of America. Only a few papers originate from his work with the U.S. Forest Service. The collection includes Frank’s copy of ...
Scope and Contents Reports and correspondence documenting the Land Classification Committee in Egypt and the Natural Pasture Policy and Program, Israel.
Scope and Contents Correspondence regarding game surveys.
Scope and Contents Correspondence, reports, memos and legislative material related to the ORRRC report.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Collection contains Indexes to meeting minutes (1954-1957, 1968-1972); posters (1903, 1909); newsletters (1966-1975); visitor's guides; information brochures, map.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Denver Public Library is the official repository for the records of the Colorado Outward Bound School. The collection contains papers from 1961 to 2000. It documents the growth of the organization, the development of courses, and the expansion of the program to serve new groups of persons. It contains the Board of Trustees and Directors meeting minutes, reports, and correspondence. Annual and financial reports, fundraising, marketing, and course development material, are also...
Scope and Contents Correspondence, reports and documents related to the establishment of the Center.
Scope and Contents The Dwight Pitcaithley Papers span the years 1962 to 2016 and document his personal and professional life. The bulk of the collection chronicles his professional life at the National Park Service and his career after he retired. The correspondence and subject file series are in the original order established by Dwight Pitcaithley and include correspondence, conference programs, meeting agendas and minutes, articles, newspaper clippings, photographs, certificates, reports, notes, brochures,...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Earl D. Sandvig collection contains items from the years of 1923-1973. Included in the collection are official memoranda, correspondence, photographs and newspaper clippings. Grass measurement devices and fire danger gauges used in the field by Sandvig during his career with the United States Forest Service are also included in the collection. The items that make up this collection provide first hand information about the inner workings and conflicts in the U.S. Forest Service,...
Scope and Contents Collection of material on the Echo Park Dam, the creation of Dinosaur National Monument, and the threat to the Rainbow Bridge National Monument from flooding by the Glen Canyon Dam.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The Edward C. Nofziger Papers contains cartoons drawn for the United States Forest Service. Most of the cartoons are entitled Joe Beaver and address forest conservation issues. The cartoons are from various points in Nofziger’s creative process and vary in size. Released for publication from 1947 to 1963, many are labeled only with a day and month. Other conservation cartoons, and the mats from which they were produced, are also part of this...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Much of the collection consists of correspondence, publications, minutes, and other materials from the numerous organizations for which Ed Hilliard served as an officer or founding member. Because of the grassroots nature of many, and the lack of a letterhead in some, many organizations blend together in a way that makes it hard to identify which created a specific document. The remainder of the collection is mostly devoted to subject files on Western history and travel, railroads, and...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This collection consists of items from the years 1924 to 1968. Included in the collection are correspondence, reports, articles, and diary entries by E.R. Kalmbach. Reports and correspondence provide information on the quarterly operations of the Wildlife Research Center in Denver, Colorado, of which Kalmbach was the director. The stated purpose of the Wildlife Research Center was to gather information on wildlife, its habitat, and its relationship to agriculture and public safety. The...
Scope and Contents Manuscripts, articles, correspondence and transcripts addressing the issues of soil conservation, flooding, reservoirs and postwar agriculture.
Scope and Contents Includes documents regarding the proposal to build the Two Forks Dam and Reservoir on the Upper South Platte River.
Scope and Contents Commemorative stamps, program brochures, opening ceremonies program, pictorial report and scrapbook.
Scope and Contents Galley proofs and prints of trout, game birds, and fishermen.
Scope and Contents Diaries, journals, letters, and photographs.
Dates: 1897-1910; Majority of material found within 1905-1910
SCOPE AND CONTENT Records from 1929 to 1956 comprise the collection with most material dating from 1939 to 1949. Pittman-Robertson project field notes predominate, with administrative records from the Colorado State Game and Fish Department making up the balance. SERIES 1 COLORADO STATE GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT 1929-1956 BOX 1 Departmental bulletins, correspondence, manuscripts and reports comprise the series. Bulletins include press releases and regulatory...
Scope and Contents Collection contains motion picture film, video tape, and notes.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The material in this collection relates to Crandell’s career with the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the Wilderness Society, and the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Crandell’s files for the Fish and Wildlife Service include his work with the National Wildlife Refuge System. Prominent among this material is the debate over the transfer of jurisdiction of three Wildlife Refuge areas; the Charles Sheldon Antelope Range, the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Range, and...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The major portion of the collection consists of correspondence, itineraries and documentation regarding Wheeler's lectures throughout the United States; scripts of his lectures and radio scripts; and correspondence with the Forest Service office in Washington D.C. Also included are glass lantern slides used for his lectures. Local Forest Service officials arranged these lectures for many venues, including Civilian Conservation Corp camps, schools, clubs, and social organizations....
Scope and Contents Eight posters with the theme of "safe not sorry" illustrating basic gun handling and hunting safety. One poster with the hunter's safety pledge and the 10 commandments of hunting safety.
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE The documents in this collection were sent to the Conservation Library Center by Ira Gabrielson, President, and Clinton Raymond "Pink" Gutermuth, Vice-President of the Wildlife Management Institute in 1965 and 1977. They relate primarily to Gabrielson's work with the Institute and his service on various national and local boards and committees, and contains a small amount of material from the U.S. Biological Survey and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The materials from Gutermuth...
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE Due to the loss of the bulk of Ligon's professional papers by a flood at his parents’ home and others discarded during his lifetime, the selection of papers in the collection provide a sampling of Ligon's work with the Bureau of Biological Survey for the United States Department of Agriculture, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (1913-1926; 1938-1950), and the New Mexico State Game Department (1927-1938). These papers include correspondence sent and received by Ligon while working as a game...
Dates: 1902-2011; Majority of material found within 1909-1956