Minott Silliman, Jr. Papers, 1946-1993
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Brief Description: Papers of Minott Silliman, Jr. (1911-95), University alumnus (B.S. 1933), District and Area Conservationist in Illinois, Assistant State Conservationist in Wisconsin, Assistant Director of the U. S. Soil Conservation Service Resource Development Division, charter member of Soil Conservation Society of America (served as President in 1965), contain biographical information, publications, correspondence, reports, conference proceedings, lectures, meeting minutes, interview, research materials including field diary and field notes, newsletters, postage stamps, photographs, and slides concerning soil and water conservation, land use, resource development and planning, urbanization, erosion, flooding, legislation, environmental committees, U. S. Soil Conservation Service (1960-73), Soil Conservation Society of America (1951-77), Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (1964-71), Stark County (IL), and the National Association of Soil Conservation Districts (1946-55).
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University of Illinois Archives
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Record Series Number: 26/20/145
Created by: Silliman, Minott Jr. (1911-95)
Volume: 2.3 cubic feet
Acquired: 06/17/2008.
More information is available at https://files.archon.library.illinois.edu/uasfa/2620145.pdf
Arrangement: By subject and chronological or alphabetical thereunder.
Subject Index
Agriculture
Erosion
Land Use
Photographs
Soil Conservation
Soil Conservation Districts
Soil Conservation Society of America
Urban Planning
Acquisition Notes: American Heritage Center