Forester's Correspondence, 1919-1929 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 43/2/1
Volume: 4.0 cubic feet
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Description: Correspondence of Robert B. Miller, State Forester (1919-May 1925), and Clarence J. Telford, Survey Forester (June 1926- September 1927) and Extension Forester (October 1927-1929), with U.S. Forest Service officials; school administrators; state foresters, e.g. Edmund Secrest (Ohio), Charles C. Deam (Indiana) and Irvin C. Williams (Pennsylvania); James W. Toumey (Yale); Henry C. Cowles and George D. Fuller (Chicago); Percy Risdale (American Forestry Association); Robert Ridgway and the public concerning surveys and forestry circulars, Arbor Day and memorial tree plantings, advice on planting and growing trees, strip mine tree planting, timber prices, nut trees, forest fire protection, state park sites, forest preserves, training for forestry work and administrative matters.