Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Journals kept by George Chido, Spooner, Wisconsin, who was a ranger with the Wisconsin Department of Conservation for more than thirty years. Included are daily notations of Chido's work as a ranger during the period of the Civilian Conservation Corps
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include logging and timber management in Flathead County; his job as a check-scaler for the Diamond Match Company; his work as a fire warden and a ranger for the U.S. Forest Service; the American Timber Company in Olney; his involvement with the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC); lumber mills; and Christmas tree production
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include his career with the U.S. Forest Service in western Montana and specific aspects of his work as a ranger in the Bitterroot and Kootenai national forests from the 1920s to the 1960s
Minnesota Historical Society
Files documenting the administration and activities of the Forestry Division including office manuals, job descriptions, state forest statistics, ten year programs, circulars, cruisers' and land examiners' manual, list of division directors and department commissioners (1895-1965), Elizabeth Bachmann's history of forestry in Minnesota 1953-1965, and minutes of the safety, staff, supervisors, personnel, and timber law committees
Minnesota Historical Society
An assortment of correspondence, reports, statistical and survey data, and miscellany ; about half comprised of files of correspondence and related materials kept by or attributed to specific Forestry Division commissioners and other administrators, particularly E. V. Willard, G. M. Conzet, and Chester S. Wilson
Minnesota Historical Society
Maps and timber surveys of Itasca State Park (1900) and Pillsbury State Forest (1902); 1903 report on the Northern and Cloquet lumber companies' timberlands; maps, lists of forest rangers, and expenses for patrol and fire prevention work; a fire prevention broadside (1906); expense memoranda for Forestry Board work and for other activities that C.C. Andrews was interested in; and other forestry and fire prevention miscellany
Utah State Historical Society
Recollections of duties as a ranger in Ashley National Forest
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, maps, blueprints, photographs, and news releases on a variety of issues pertinent to the Medicine Bow National Forest including the installment of telephone lines, fire control, general administrative affairs, place names of land within the MBNF, grazing, mineral and timber rights within the MBNF, watersheds, wildlife management, and recreational activities. Collection also contains biographical information on Forest Service employees who were employed at the MBNF(1912-1958) and biographical information on early residents of Albany and Carbon counties and Laramie, Wyoming (1921- 1952). There are also maps of the MBNF; newspapers clippings; and photographs of ranger districts, campgrounds, timber cutting and Forest Service employees
Utah State University - Merrill-Cazier Library
The collection consists of materials kept by William Hurst and provides an in-depth look at his life and work in the Forest Service. Series 1 includes diaries, daybooks, and planners that give a detailed, day-to-day snapshot into Mr. Hurst's daily life from June 1940 until December 2000, including his brief stint in the Army from 1945-1946. Series 2 includes Regional Forester Files (correspondence, memos, etc) that provide a glimpse of Mr. Hurst's career during his tenure as Chief of Range and Wildlife Management in Region 4 beginning in 1962 until his retirement as Regional Forester for the Southwestern Region in 1976. Series 3, entitled "Range Allotment Analysis Instructions Region IV," contains materials relating to range management. Series 4 is a biography of former Chief of the Forest Service Edward P. Cliff written by Ronald B. Hartzer, while Series 5 contains William D. Hurst Secretary's Decisions In Region 4 Cases. Series 6 is entitled "Range Management Letters, Papers, and ... Read More
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include his career as a U.S. Forest Service ranger in the Absaroka, Gallatin, Deerlodge, and Helena national forests from 1921 to 1957; his service with the U.S. Army in France during World War I; the CCC; the Mann Gulch fire; and life in Anaconda

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