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Guide to the Henry Ives Baldwin Papers, 1896-1992

Collection number: MC 129

Size: 34 boxes (11.33 cu.ft.)

About Henry Ives Baldwin

Henry Ives Baldwin was born in Saranac Lake, New York in 1896. He served in the US Army Signal Corps in 1918-1919, and as a second lieutenant in the US Army Air Force in 1942-1946. He taught at Saranac Lake High School (1919-1920) and was the assistant to the dean at Yale University (1922), but most of his professional career was in research in forestry and related professions. 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 received his PhD in Botany from Yale in 1931. Baldwin began his professional career in 1924 working as a forester for the Brown Company of Berlin, N.H. He later became the state of New Hampshire’s first Research Forester at the Caroline Fox Forest in Hillsborough, a position he held for over thirty years. Baldwin lectured frequently, authored over ten books, published dozens of articles and participated in many groups concerned with forestry and environmental issues, including the Society of American Foresters, the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, and the Appalachian Mountain Club. An avid outdoorsman, Baldwin also played a pioneering role in the history of American skiing. This lifelong commitment to scholarly work and forest conservation earned Baldwin numerous awards and a reputation as New Hampshire’s “most respected forester and naturalist.” He died in 1992 at the age of 96.

About the Henry Ives Baldwin Papers

The Henry Ives Baldwin Collection contains correspondence and information relating to forestry, ecology, environmental organizations, meeting files on these subjects, skiing history, published works and manuscripts written by Baldwin, as well as photographs, slides and other visual materials.

Henry Baldwin’s publications in the UNH Library

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

This collection is open.

Copyright Notice

Contents of this collection are governed by U.S. copyright law. For questions about publication or reproduction rights, contact Special Collections staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Henry Ives Baldwin Papers, 1919-1988, MC 129, Milne Special Collections and Archives, University of New Hampshire Library, Durham, NH, USA.

Acquisitions Information

Donation: Harriet B. Bryan, Baldwin’s daughter, Dec. 15, 1993 (Accession number: 93.032)

Collection Arrangement

The Henry Ives Baldwin Papers are arranged in ten series.

Collection Contents

Series I: Correspondence, 1931-1986

Box 1
Box 1, Folder 1 Cabot, Thomas D., 1962-1963
Box 1, Folder 2 Cutter, Victor M. (National Resources Planning Board), 1942
Box 1, Folder 3 Foster, J.H. (about move to Hillsboro), 1932-1933
Box 1, Folder 4 Howard, Richard A.
Box 1, Folder 5 Littlefield, Edward W., 1978-1981
Box 1, Folder 6 Mannering, Lawrence J. (Tree Fertilization, Brown Company), 1931
Box 1, Folder 7 Schmidt, Werner, 1969-1980
Box 1, Folder 8 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1942
Box 1, Folder 9 Miscellaneous correspondence, A-F, 1950-1978
Box 1, Folder 10 Miscellaneous correspondence, G-M, 1961-1977
Box 1, Folder 11 Miscellaneous correspondence, O-Z, 1931-1979
Box 1, Folder 12 Miscellaneous correspondence from Baldwin, 1941-1986

Series II: Subject Files, about 1919-1987

Box 2
Box 2, Folder 1 Absorption of Mineral Nutrients, 1930-1933
Box 2, Folder 2 American Forestry Association, 1976
Box 2, Folder 3 American Meteorological Society, 1919-1934
Box 2, Folder 4 American-Scandinavian Foundation, 1922-1937
Box 2, Folder 5 Appalachian Mountain Club, 1937-1973
Box 2, Folder 6 Ashuelot Forest, 1940-1942
Box 2, Folder 7 Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks, 1935-1937
Box 2, Folder 8 Association for the Protection of the Adirondack, 1923-1936
Box 2, Folder 9 Birch Dieback, 1945-1954
Box 2, Folder 10 Botanical Gardens, 1950-1953
Box 2, Folder 11 “Canuk” poems by E.D. Fletcher, 1905-1951 and undated
Box 2, Folder 12 Austin Cary Notes, January 19, 1953
Box 2, Folder 13 “Austin Cary and the Brown Company,” Gloria Hutchinson, 1977
Box 2, Folder 14 Christmas trees, 1979-1986 and undated
Box 2, Folder 15 Chronica Botanica, annual questionnaires, 1934-1938
Box 2, Folder 16 Chronica Botanica, miscellaneous, 1935-1938 and undated
Box 3
Box 3, Folder 1 Citizens’ Council for a Better New Hampshire,1953-1968 and undated
Box 3, Folder 2 Connecticut River Basin Study, 1969-1970
Box 3, Folder 3 Connecticut River Tract, 1973-1974 and undated
Box 3, Folder 4 Crawford Notch State reservation map, 1913
Box 3, Folder 5 Cytospora Canker, 1952
Box 3, Folder 6 DDT, 1944-1947
Box 3, Folder 7 Dartmouth Outing Club, Camp Jobildung, Warren, NH, 1940
Box 3, Folder 8 Duncan, George H., 1957-1958
Box 3, Folder 9 Ecological Society of America, history, 1977
Box 3, Folder 10 Ecological Society, Mt. Washington excursion, 1941
Box 3, Folder 11 Ecology survey, 1960-1975
Box 3, Folder 12 Ecotypes, undated
Box 3, Folder 13 English-Swedish Dictionary of Forestry Terms, undated
Box 3, Folder 14 EDSBYNS INDUSTRI, 1965-1967 and undated
Box 3, Folder 15 Environmental Defense Fund, 1972 and undated
Box 3, Folder 16 Folbot catalogs, etc., 1938-1940 and undated
Box 3, Folder 17 Food and Agriculture Organization, 1951
Box 3, Folder 18 FAO, travel expenses, 1952
Box 3, Folder 19 FAO, correspondence for seed project, 1952
Box 3, Folder 20 FAO, correspondence, 1953
Box 3, Folder 21 FAO, personnel and appointment, 1952-1953
Box 3, Folder 22 FAO, polar commission, 1952
Box 3, Folder 23 FAO, publication exchange, 1945-1952
Box 4
Box 4, Folder 1 FAO, forestry, miscellaneous, 1948-1953
Box 4, Folder 2 FAO, Director’s Monthly Letter, 1951-1952
Box 4, Folder 3 Forest Education Board (Charles Lathrop Pack), 1930-1933
Box 4, Folder 4 Forest History Society, 1966-1981
Box 4, Folder 5 Forest Insect and Disease Laboratory, 1955
Box 4, Folder 6 Forest type map system, undated
Box 4, Folder 7 Forestry, Western trip, undated
Box 4, Folder 8 Fox Forest Field Day, August 25, 1934
Box 4, Folder 9 Fox Forest monthly financial statements, 1939-1942
Box 4, Folder 10 Fox Forest expenses, 1941-1943
Box 4, Folder 11 Fox Forest telephone records, 1940
Box 4, Folder 12 Fox Forest telephone records, 1941
Box 4, Folder 13 Fox Forest, 1936-1977
Box 4, Folder 14 Franconia Notch Road, undated
Box 4, Folder 15 Franconia Notch Road, history and chronology, 1959-1972 and undated
Box 4, Folder 16 Franconia Road, 1984-1987
Box 4, Folder 17 Franconia Notch Road, 1966
Box 4, Folder 18 Franconia, letter to Governor King, 1966
Box 4, Folder 19 Franconia, ad hoc committee, 1966
Box 4, Folder 20 Franconia, March 5, 1970
Box 4, Folder 21 Franconia, correspondence with John Volpe, Secretary of Transportation, 1972
Box 4, Folder 22 Franconia Notch, 1974-1980 and undated
Box 4, Folder 23 Franconia Notch publicity, 1974 and undated
Box 4, Folder 24 Grantham Mountain, 1968-1973
Box 4, Folder 25 Great Gulf Wild Area, NH, 1959
Box 5
Box 5, Folder 1 Hemlock Looper survey, 1948-1952
Box 5, Folder 2 Hemlock Looper, possible attacks, 1949-1950
Box 5, Folder 3 Hickory trees, 1963-1970
Box 5, Folder 4 Histology of Plants, undated
Box 5, Folder 5 Home Care Aid Project, NH, 1985
Box 5, Folder 6 Hop Hornbeam, Thompson Hill/New Hampshire Big Tree Nomination Form, 1976
Box 5, Folder 7 Increment core measurer, 1925-1929 and undated
Box 5, Folder 8 Insect control, 1937-1942
Box 5, Folder 9 Insect diseases, undated
Box 5, Folder 10 Insect report forms, undated
Box 5, Folder 11 Miscellaneous insect committees, 1940-1954
Box 5, Folder 12 Insects, miscellaneous, 1932-1954
Box 5, Folder 13 Journal of Forestry files, 1954-1971
Box 5, Folder 14 Kayaks, 1934-1941 and undated
Box 5, Folder 15 Lab equipment, 1967-1971
Box 5, Folder 16 Line intercept survey, undated
Box 5, Folder 17 Log borers, 1952
Box 5, Folder 18 Logging museum, 1971-1978
Box 5, Folder 19 Maine fire disaster, October-November, 1947
Box 5, Folder 20 Market Report Forest Products, 1933-1934
Box 5, Folder 21 “Mechanicism, Vitalism and the Growth of Bacteria,” article, June 2, 1933
Box 5, Folder 22 Mensuration curves, 1920
Box 5, Folder 23 Record of lumber custom sawn at Fox Forest, 1937-1941
Box 5, Folder 24 Monsanto Chemical Company, 1947-1948
Box 5, Folder 25 Moorlands, Scotland, undated
Box 5, Folder 26 Mountaineering, 1937-1938 and undated
Box 5, Folder 27 National Geographic Society, membership invitation, 1942
Box 6
Box 6, Folder 1 National Resources Council, 1968-1972 and undated
Box 6, Folder 2 Needle Blight/Pitch Pine, 1952
Box 6, Folder 3 New England Ski Museum, fundraising letter, January 12, 1979
Box 6, Folder 4 New England Wildflower Society, 1974-1980
Box 6, Folder 5 New Hampshire Committee for Better Water, 1967-1972
Box 6, Folder 6 New Hampshire Natural Resources Council, 1973-1980
Box 6, Folder 7 Nissitissit River Land Trust, 1968-1969
Box 6, Folder 8 North Country Research and Development Project, 1968
Box 6, Folder 9 “Northeastern Forest Pest Reporter,” 1956
Box 6, Folder 10 Notebook, 1920
Box 6, Folder 11 Organization charts, undated
Box 6, Folder 12 Personal records of Henry Ives Baldwin, about 1942-1971
Box 6, Folder 13 Pine Bark Beetles, undated
Box 6, Folder 14 Piscataquog River Association, 1970-1973
Box 6, Folder 15 Pontook Dam, 1960-1980
Box 6, Folder 16 Information on submitting articles to scientific journals, 1931-1968
Box 6, Folder 17 “Protection against Arctic Insect,” special report, about 1945
Box 6, Folder 18 Quarantine certificate, 1935-1952
Box 6, Folder 19 Rathbun, Larry, memorial service, 1986-1987
Box 6, Folder 20 Sierra Club (NH), 1976
Box 6, Folder 21 Ski pamphlets, 1937-1941 and undated
Box 6, Folder 22 Ski Wax, 1932-1937 and undated
Box 6, Folder 23 Skisport, Inc., 1934-1937
Box 6, Folder 24 Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, 1929-1939
Box 6, Folder 25 Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, 1931-1935
Box 7
Box 7, Folder 1 Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, 1933-1980
Box 7, Folder 2 Society of American Foresters, 1940-1979
Box 7, Folder 3 Society of American Foresters, “Tree Pest Leaflets” series, 1938
Box 7, Folder 4 Society of American Foresters, “Tree Pest Leaflets,” nos. 1-40, 1936-1939
Box 7, Folder 5 Society of American Foresters, tree pest index, 1940
Box 7, Folder 6 Society of American Foresters, correspondence, 1937-1939
Box 7, Folder 7 Society of American Foresters, committee on silviculture, 1941
Box 7, Folder 8 Society of American Foresters, excursion to Manchester, Water Works Forest, 1941
Box 7, Folder 9 Spruce Budworm, 1947-1955
Box 7, Folder 10 “The Spruce Budworm in Maine in 1955″
Box 7, Folder 11 State of New Hampshire, Board of Registration for Professional Foresters, 1970-1980
Box 7, Folder 12 Statewide Program of Action to Conserve our Environment, 1964-1968 and undated
Box 7, Folder 13 Telegraph code, undated
Box 7, Folder 14 Uncanoonuc Ski Club, 1934-1935
Box 7, Folder 15 USDA, Plant Exploration and Introduction, undated
Box 7, Folder 16 USDA, correspondence, 1953-1971
Box 7, Folder 17 US Eastern Amateur Ski Association, 1924-1942
Box 8
Box 8, Folder 1 US Eastern Amateur Ski Association, judges card, 1932
Box 8, Folder 2 US Forest Service, 1952-1954
Box 8, Folder 3 Villingen Municipal Forest (excursion), undated
Box 8, Folder 4 Weeks Museum, 1957-1968
Box 8, Folder 5 Western Massachusetts Winter Sports Council Bulletin, 1936-1937
Box 8, Folder 6 White Mountain Environment Committee, 1971
Box 8, Folder 7 White Mountain Environment Committee, 1972
Box 8, Folder 8 White Mountain Environment Committee, 1973
Box 8, Folder 9 White Mountain Environment Committee, 1974
Box 8, Folder 10 White Mountain Environment Committee, administration, 1974 and undated
Box 8, Folder 11 Map papers of White Mountain National Forest, 1941-1951
Box 8, Folder 12 White Mountain National Forest management, 1974 and undated
Box 8, Folder 13 While Mountain Ski-Runners, Inc., 1933-1938 and undated
Box 8, Folder 14 White Pine Blister Rust, February 1951
Box 8, Folder 15 White Pine Weevil Sprays, 1950-1952
Box 8, Folder 16 White Pine Weevil Survey, 1952
Box 8, Folder 17 White Pine Weevil, 1953
Box 8, Folder 18 Whiteface Area Ski Council, 1940
Box 8, Folder 19 Winter Sports Show, 1935-1936
Box 8, Folder 20 Wood Flour, 1933-1935 and undated
Box 8, Folder 21 Woodstock Ski-Runners Club, 1934-1936
Box 8, Folder 22 Miscellaneous, 1961-1975 and undated

Series III: Conference and Meeting Files, 1926-1969

Box 9
Box 9, Folder 1 American Geophysical Union, International Snow Commission, correspondence in connection with recreational skiing, 1941
Box 9, Folder 2 American Geophysical Union, International Snow Commission, correspondence in connection with recreational skiing, 1941
Box 9, Folder 3 First Annual Conference on NH Development, 1937
Box 9, Folder 4 International Botanical Congress, 1969
Box 9, Folder 5 International Botanical Congress, 1969
Box 9, Folder 6 International Union of Forest Research Organizations, 1929
Box 9, Folder 7 IUFRO, membership of United States
Box 9, Folder 8 IUFRO, 1936
Box 9, Folder 9 IUFRO, 1950
Box 9, Folder 10 IUFRO, 1953
Box 9, Folder 11 IUFRO, 1956
Box 9, Folder 12 IUFRO Congress, European trip, 1956
Box 9, Folder 13 IUFRO, Oxford, 1956
Box 10
Box 10, Folder 1 IUFRO, Oxford, 1956
Box 10, Folder 2 IUFRO, 12th Congress, tour number 2, Scotland, 1956
Box 10, Folder 3 IUFRO, Scotland, 1956
Box 10, Folder 4 IUFRO, working group, Oxford, 1965
Box 10, Folder 5 IUFRO, Yugoslavia, 1965
Box 10, Folder 6 IUFRO, sec. 22, 1965
Box 10, Folder 7 IUFRO, sec. 22, 1965
Box 10, Folder 8 IUFRO, 14th Congress, excursion number 12, 1967
Box 11
Box 11, Folder 1 New Hampshire Academy of Science, 1926
Box 11, Folder 2 NHAS, 1927
Box 11, Folder 3 NHAS, 1928
Box 11, Folder 4 NHAS, 1929
Box 11, Folder 5 NHAS, 1930
Box 11, Folder 6 NHAS, 1931
Box 11, Folder 7 NHAS, 1932
Box 11, Folder 8 NHAS, 1933
Box 11, Folder 9 NHAS, 1934
Box 11, Folder 10 NHAS, 1935
Box 11, Folder 11 NHAS, 1936
Box 11, Folder 12 NHAS, 1937
Box 11, Folder 13 NHAS, 1938
Box 11, Folder 14 NHAS, 1939
Box 11, Folder 15 NHAS, 1940
Box 11, Folder 16 NHAS, 1941
Box 11, Folder 17 NHAS, 1942
Box 11, Folder 18 NHAS, 1944
Box 11, Folder 19 New England Forest Disease and Insect Pest Control Committee, 1948-1955
Box 11, Folder 20 New England Forest Disease and Insect Pest Control Committee, minutes, 1948-1953
Box 11, Folder 21 New England Forest Disease and Insect Pest Control Committee, 1946-1955
Box 11, Folder 22 New England Forest Disease and Insect Pest Control Committee, 1949-1956

Series IV: Chronological Files, 1918-1988 and undated

Box 12
Box 12, Folder 1 Effect of Different Land Surfaces on Temperature, 1919
Box 12, Folder 2 Atmospheric Ozone, 1919
Box 12, Folder 3 Temperature Observations on Whiteface Mountains, 1920
Box 12, Folder 4 The Comparison of the Indications of Some House Thermometers in Winter, Saranac Lake, NY, Winter 1919-1920
Box 12, Folder 5 “Sprouting Power,”1920
Box 12, Folder 6 Forestry and Boys Camps, 1921
Box 12, Folder 7 Proposed Adirondack Mountain Club, 1921
Box 12, Folder 8 Forestry Bills Threaten Conservation, 1921
Box 12, Folder 9 Connecticut Forestry Association, 1921
Box 12, Folder 10 Fleshpots and the Spirit, 1922
Box 12, Folder 11 Ernest H. Baldwin, an appreciation, 1922
Box 12, Folder 12 “List of Trees and Shrubs of the Adirondack Park, New York,” 1922
Box 12, Folder 13 Canoeing on the Housatonic, 1922
Box 12, Folder 14 The Connecticut Forestry Association, 1923
Box 12, Folder 15 “Forests for the Motorist,” 1923
Box 12, Folder 16 The Connecticut Forestry Association (no. 11), 1923
Box 12, Folder 17 Forestry and Industrial Development, 1923
Box 12, Folder 18 New England Ski Technique, 1924
Box 12, Folder 19 Notes of Silviculture, 1924
Box 12, Folder 20 Permanent Sample Plots, NH, provenance plots, 1924
Box 12, Folder 21 Dictionary of Swedish forest terms, 1924
Box 12, Folder 22 Forest Week in Sweden, 1924
Box 12, Folder 23 The Keene Reunion, 1925
Box 12, Folder 24 The Graphical Representation of Forest Form, 1925
Box 12, Folder 25 Comparison: Sweden v. United States, 1925
Box 12, Folder 26 Swedish Tourist Association, 1926
Box 12, Folder 27 Northern Limits of the Scotch Pine, speech, 1926
Box 12, Folder 28 Translation of Tor Jonson, speech, 1926
Box 12, Folder 29 New England Company Forests, 1926
Box 12, Folder 30 Forests of Sweden, 1926
Box 12, Folder 31 Is the Automobile Exterminating the Woodpecker, 1926
Box 12, Folder 32 The Buchi Hypsometer, 1926
Box 12, Folder 33 Forest Humus in Altitudinal Types, Mt. Speck, ME, 1926
Box 12, Folder 34 Second Northern Forestry Congress, 1927
Box 12, Folder 35 A Boshevist Vindicated, 1927
Box 12, Folder 36 A Useful Quadrat-taker and Reproduction-counter, 1927
Box 12, Folder 37 A Humus Study in Norway, 1927
Box 12, Folder 38 The Spruce Reproduction Problem in Norway, 1927
Box 12, Folder 39 Schifferschagtwald, 1927
Box 12, Folder 40 Preservation of Natural Areas, 1927
Box 12, Folder 41 Comparison of Available Moisture, 1928
Box 12, Folder 42 Relative Humidity over a Snow Crust, 1928
Box 12, Folder 43 Seed Extractors Abroad, 1928
Box 12, Folder 44 June Skiing in Tuckerman Ravine, 1928
Box 12, Folder 45 The Trees of Nantucket, 1928
Box 12, Folder 46 Spruce Reproduction Comment on McCarthy, 1928
Box 12, Folder 47 “Skiing in Norway,” lecture before the Gorham Congregational Men’s Club, November 13, 1928
Box 12, Folder 48 Forest Research in the Paper Industry, 1929
Box 12, Folder 49 Forest Research in the Paper Industry, 1929
Box 12, Folder 50 Nearby Pulpwood Supplies, 1929
Box 12, Folder 51 The Testing of Forest Tree Seeds, 1929
Box 12, Folder 52 Appeal for Samples of Tree Seeds, 1929
Box 12, Folder 53 Review of book by Ronge, Erik W., 1929
Box 12, Folder 54 Wax Chart, Woodstock Ski Runner, 1929
Box 12, Folder 55 Guide to Permanent Sample Plots, 1929
Box 12, Folder 56 Administration costs per hectare, review, 1929
Box 12, Folder 57 A New Seed-Extracting Apparatus, 1930
Box 12, Folder 58 Amerikansk Skogsvard, 1930
Box 12, Folder 59 Committee on Stand Improvement, 1930
Box 13
Box 13, Folder 1 Where Does your Seed Come From?, 1930
Box 13, Folder 2 Silver Nitrate as a Seed Disinfectant, 1930
Box 13, Folder 3 After-ripening of Hemlock Seeds, 1930
Box 13, Folder 4 Individual Jacobsen Germinator, 1930
Box 13, Folder 5 Swedish Tourist Association, 1930
Box 13, Folder 6 Report of the Committee on Improvement of Stands (revised July 14), 1930
Box 13, Folder 7 Mineral Nutrient Requirements of Spruce, 1930
Box 13, Folder 8 Polyemryony in Red Spruce, 1930
Box 13, Folder 9 Scandinavian Forest Fire Insurance Co. Union, 1930
Box 13, Folder 10 Height Growth of Conifers, 1930
Box 13, Folder 11 European Forestry and the Adirondacks, NY State College of Forestry, 1930
Box 13, Folder 12 Bericht der Waldsamenprufungsanstalt, review, 1930
Box 13, Folder 13 Proceedings of Forest Nurserymen’s Conference, November 29-30, 1932,

Box 13, Folder 14 Motor-Truck Logging on the Jericho Forest, Berlin, NH, 1932
Box 13, Folder 15 Certification of Forest Tree Seed, 1932
Box 13, Folder 16 Alcohol Separation Empty Seeds of Red Spruce, 1932
Box 13, Folder 17 Hohenkeimer von Wilhelm Kinzel, 1932
Box 13, Folder 18 Wallmo’s Method for Incremental Density of Trees, 1932
Box 13, Folder 19 Ski-Waxing, 1932
Box 13, Folder 20 Breaking the Dormancy of Witch Hobble Buds with Chemical Treatment, 1932
Box 13, Folder 21 NH Forests and News Bulletin, 1932 and 1936
Box 13, Folder 22 Soul Temperature at Long Lake, 1933
Box 13, Folder 23 Grossman, Economic Associations and Forest Practice in Switzerland, review, 1933
Box 13, Folder 24 Reproduction at Dummer, NH, 1933
Box 13, Folder 25 Abstracting Forestry Literature, 1933
Box 13, Folder 26 Fuelwood, 1933
Box 13, Folder 27 Forest Tree Seed Research in North America, 1933
Box 13, Folder 28 Miniature Forests, 1933
Box 13, Folder 29 Forest Education in Russia, 1933
Box 13, Folder 30 Forestry Abstracts Submitted to Biological Abstracts, 1925-1933, A-G, 1933
Box 13, Folder 31 Forestry Abstracts Submitted to Biological Abstracts, 1925-1933, H-P, 1933
Box 13, Folder 32 Forestry Abstracts Submitted to Biological Abstracts, 1926-1933, R-Z, 1933
Box 14
Box 14, Folder 1 Natural Grafts in Trees, 1934
Box 14, Folder 2 Importance of Origin of Tree Seeds, 1934
Box 14, Folder 3 Physiological Changes in Girdled Trees, 1934
Box 14, Folder 4 Further Notes on Germination, Hemlock Seeds, 1934
Box 14, Folder 5 New England Elms in Danger, 1934
Box 14, Folder 6 Reviews for Journal of Forestry (Society of American Foresters), 1934-1935
Box 14, Folder 7 Reviews, 1934
Box 14, Folder 8 Miscellaneous reviews, 1934
Box 14, Folder 9 Germination of Hemlock, 1934
Box 14, Folder 10 Emergency Conservation Work in the U.S., 1934
Box 14, Folder 11 Germination of Red Spruce, 1934
Box 14, Folder 12 Effect of After-Ripening on White Pine, 1934
Box 14, Folder 13 Crop Rotation in Forests, 1934
Box 14, Folder 14 Transfer of Forest Service, Graves, 1934
Box 14, Folder 15 Seed Origin and Reforestation, 1934
Box 14, Folder 16 Miscellaneous Abstracts, 1934
Box 14, Folder 17 Forest Research in NH, 1935
Box 14, Folder 18 Shade and Tree Diseases, 1935
Box 14, Folder 19 Seasonal Variations in the Germination of Red Spruce, 1935
Box 14, Folder 20 Seasonal Variations in the Germination of Red Spruce, 1935
Box 14, Folder 21 The Fox Trust for Forest Research, 1935
Box 14, Folder 22 Catalase Activity as a Measure of Viability, 1935
Box 14, Folder 23 New England Elms in Danger, 1935
Box 14, Folder 24 Seed Origin and Reforestation, 1935
Box 14, Folder 25 Carbon Dioxide in the Forest, 1935
Box 15
Box 15, Folder 1 Forest Improvement in NH, 1936
Box 15, Folder 2 Forest Seed Control, 1936
Box 15, Folder 3 Forests and Floods in NH, 1936
Box 15, Folder 4 X-Ray Treatment of Seeds, 1936
Box 15, Folder 5 Improved Heating with Wood, 1936
Box 15, Folder 6 Increase Production of Spruce by Girdling-Westvald, 1936
Box 15, Folder 7 Central Seed Laboratory, 1936
Box 15, Folder 8 Ploughing under the Forest Crop, 1936
Box 15, Folder 9 Seed Control from American Viewpoint, 1936
Box 15, Folder 10 Brown Snow in NH, 1936
Box 15, Folder 11 Forest Regions of NH, map, 1936
Box 15, Folder 12 Reviews for Journal of Forestry, 1936
Box 15, Folder 13 Glossary of Seed Terms, 1936
Box 15, Folder 14 Forest Cover and Floods in NH, 1936
Box 15, Folder 15 Forest Protection Manual, 1937
Box 15, Folder 16 How Forests Retard Floods, 1937
Box 15, Folder 17 A Survey of Timber Markets in Cheshire County, 1937
Box 15, Folder 18 Death of a Red Oak in NH Following Defoliation, 1937
Box 15, Folder 19 Forestry and Ski Trails, 1937
Box 15, Folder 20 Ski Trail Cover, 1937
Box 15, Folder 21 Wilderness Perils, 1937
Box 15, Folder 22 Publications about Leaflets, 1937
Box 15, Folder 23 A Forest Protection Manual for the Northeast, an Experiment in Cooperation, 1937
Box 15, Folder 24 Tent Caterpillars and Oak, 1938
Box 15, Folder 25 Strip Survey Adapted to Permanent Sample Plots, 1938
Box 15, Folder 26 European Spruce Sawfly in NH, 1938
Box 15, Folder 27 Necessity of Protecting White Pine, 1938
Box 15, Folder 28 Committee on Seed Certification, 1938
Box 15, Folder 29 Planting Experiments in Northeast, 1938
Box 15, Folder 30 Snow Terminology of Ski Runners, 1938
Box 15, Folder 31 Snow Reports in Northeast, 1938
Box 15, Folder 32 Silviculture of Spruce in New England, 1938
Box 15, Folder 33 Operation of Swedish Forest Conservation Law, 1938
Box 15, Folder 34 Trees that Unite with Each Other, 1938
Box 15, Folder 35 New Hampshire’s Untapped Skiing Resources, 1938
Box 16
Box 16, Folder 1 The Woodlot Has Its Place, 1939
Box 16, Folder 2 Spruce Sawfly Menace, 1939
Box 16, Folder 3 New Aspects of Seed Certification, 1939
Box 16, Folder 4 County Fair Broadcast, 1939
Box 16, Folder 5 Hurricane Causes Fire Salvage Problem, 1939
Box 16, Folder 6 Cross-Country Skiing, 1939
Box 16, Folder 7 NH Forests and Flood Control, 1939
Box 16, Folder 8 Stand Composition and Crop Security, 1939
Box 16, Folder 9 Scientific Freedom, 1939
Box 16, Folder 10 Marketing Corwood in NH, 1939
Box 16, Folder 11 Presidential Address, Scientific Freedom, 1939
Box 16, Folder 12 Comments on Timber Taxation, 1940
Box 16, Folder 13 Plant Competition for Soil Moisture: The Expanding Plant, 1940
Box 16, Folder 14 Forest Types of the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region, 1940
Box 16, Folder 15 Fasciation as a Source of Deformity in Scotch Pine, 1940
Box 16, Folder 16 Succession on Windthrown Pine Areas in New Hampshire, 1940
Box 16, Folder 17 Vegetation on Pine Blowdown Lands, 1940
Box 16, Folder 18 Making Your Own Fuel, 1941
Box 16, Folder 19 Biological Task Force on Forestry, 1941
Box 16, Folder 20 Report on Hydrology, 1941
Box 16, Folder 21 Forest Crops, 1941
Box 16, Folder 22 Recent Adcances in Direct Methods of Testing Viability of Tree Seeds, report, NH Academy of Science, 1941
Box 16, Folder 23 Coniferous Tree Seed Testing, review, 1941
Box 16, Folder 24 Trees of Santa Barbara, review, 1941
Box 16, Folder 25 Christian Science Monitor, editorial, 1941
Box 16, Folder 26 Science, editorial, 1941
Box 16, Folder 27 Education for Freedom: An Answer, 1942
Box 16, Folder 28 Forestry in New England, 1942
Box 16, Folder 29 Forestry in New England, 1942
Box 16, Folder 30 Cordwood Chutes, 1942
Box 16, Folder 31 Reviews, 1943
Box 16, Folder 32 The Community Forest in the Postwar Period, 1944
Box 16, Folder 33 The Woodland Owner’s Seasonal Guide, 1944
Box 16, Folder 34 NH Forest Tazation from a Woodland Owner’s Viewpoint, 1946
Box 16, Folder 35 Conservation in Free Society, 1946
Box 16, Folder 36 Trees and Taxes, Jason C. Sawyer, 1947
Box 16, Folder 37 Aerial Photographic Cruising, 1947
Box 16, Folder 38 Forest Soils, review, 1947
Box 16, Folder 39 Fox Forest, brochures, 1948
Box 16, Folder 40 Integrated Logging of Different Forest Products, 1948
Box 16, Folder 41 A Tale of Two Islands, 1948
Box 17
Box 17, Folder 1 Fellows White Pine Plantation, 1948
Box 17, Folder 2 Wooden Dollars, 1949
Box 17, Folder 3 Fox Forest Notes (no. 38), Height Growth of Norway Spruce Plantations, 1949
Box 17, Folder 4 The Urban Environment of Foresters, 1949
Box 17, Folder 5 Nature’s Compost, 1949
Box 17, Folder 6 An Unusual Station for Eastern White Pine, 1949
Box 17, Folder 7 Nature’s Compost, 1950
Box 17, Folder 8 Forest Influences, review, 1950
Box 17, Folder 9 Diamonds to Burn, 1951
Box 17, Folder 10 Bradford Pines, 1951
Box 17, Folder 11 We Present: John H. Foster, 1951
Box 17, Folder 12 The Application of Ecological Knowledge of Forestry, 1951
Box 17, Folder 13 Remnant of Old White Pine-Hemlock Forest in New Hampshire, 1951
Box 17, Folder 14 Spruce Plantations Management and Harvesting, 1952
Box 17, Folder 15 Governor’s Forest Policy Committee; Sub-Committee on Forest Research, 1952
Box 17, Folder 16 Graves, Trees, and Shrubs, review, 1952
Box 17, Folder 17 Objectives of New England Wood Utilization Council, 1952
Box 17, Folder 18 Charcoal Production in Steel Drums, 1952
Box 17, Folder 19 Spruce Plantations, 1952
Box 17, Folder 20 Report of the Sub-Committee on Forest Research, New England Council, Committee on Forestry and Forest Industries, 1952
Box 17, Folder 21 A Review of Forest Taxation, 1953
Box 17, Folder 22 Integrated Logging, Key to Stand Improvement, 1953
Box 17, Folder 23 Elements of Forest Economics, review, 1954
Box 17, Folder 24 Seed Certification and Forest Genetics, 1954
Box 17, Folder 25 Needle Blight in Eastern White Pine, 1954
Box 17, Folder 26 Handling Tree Seeds, 1954
Box 17, Folder 27 Seed Certification and Forest Genetics, 1954
Box 17, Folder 28 Journal of Forestry, reviews, 1955
Box 17, Folder 29 Appraising Value of Forest Land, 1955
Box 17, Folder 30 Finding the Best Use for Each Tree, 1955
Box 17, Folder 31 Finding the Best Use for Each Tree, 1955
Box 17, Folder 32 Directory of Sawmills and Other Primary Wood-Using Industries of NH, 1955
Box 18
Box 18, Folder 1 Natural Forest Vegetation Zones of New England, 1956
Box 18, Folder 2 The Period of Height Growth in Different Provenances of European Larch, IUFRO, 1956
Box 18, Folder 3 The Period of Height Growth in Different Provenances of European Larch, IUFRO, 1956
Box 18, Folder 4 Tree Improvement in Eastern White Pine, 1956
Box 18, Folder 5 Getting a Start in Forestry, 1956
Box 18, Folder 6 The Effect of Forest on Snow Cover, 1956
Box 18, Folder 7 The Effect of Forest on Snow Cover, 1956
Box 18, Folder 8 Forestry Operations and Recreation Use Are Compatible, 1956
Box 18, Folder 9 Problems in Thinning Plantations, Society of American Foresters, NY section, 1956
Box 18, Folder 10 New Forests in Scotland, 1957
Box 18, Folder 11 Club Pruning at Low Temperature, 1957
Box 18, Folder 12 Utilization of Mill Residues, 1957
Box 18, Folder 13 Forest Pruning, 1957
Box 18, Folder 14 The 1938 International Scotch Pine Provenance Test in NH, 1957
Box 18, Folder 15 Pest Control or Tree Breeding, 1958
Box 18, Folder 16 Thinning Northern White Pine, 1958
Box 18, Folder 17 Notes on Nursery Practice in Scotland, 1958
Box 18, Folder 18 Beech for Charcoal and Firewood, 1959
Box 18, Folder 19 Consulting Foresters in NH, 1959
Box 18, Folder 20 “The Fox State Forest,” 1959
Box 18, Folder 21 Does Utilization of Mill Residues Promote Forestry, 1959
Box 18, Folder 22 Does Utilization of Mill Residues Promote Forestry, 1959
Box 18, Folder 23 Does Utilization of Mill Residues Promote Forestry, 1959
Box 18, Folder 24 Planting Bulletin, 1959
Box 18, Folder 25 Carter Ledge, Mt. Chocorua, NH, Jack Pine Station, survey, 1959
Box 18, Folder 26 The Society of American Foresters, Committee on Aerial Application of Insecticides, 1959
Box 18, Folder 27 The Preservation of Natural Areas in NH, 1960
Box 18, Folder 28 The Preservation of Natural Areas in NH, 1960
Box 18, Folder 29 “The Fox State Forest,” 1960
Box 18, Folder 30 Landscaping with Forestry, 1960
Box 18, Folder 31 Why Plant Exotic Trees?, 1960
Box 18, Folder 32 Licensing of Foresters, 1960
Box 18, Folder 33 Further Notes on Chamaecyparis Thyoides in NH, 1961
Box 18, Folder 34 Further Notes on Chamaecyparis Thyoides in NH, 1961
Box 18, Folder 35 Fox Forest Notes: No. 81, “Winter Harvesting of Chemically Debarked Hardwood Pulpwood,” 1961
Fox Forest Notes: No. 83, “Distribution of Jack Pine in NH,” 1961
Fox Forest Notes: No. 84, “Does Pruning Affect Diameter Growth,” 1961
Fox Forest Notes: No. 85, “Tests of Blight-Resistant Chestnuts,” 1961
Fox Forest Notes: No. 86, “Succession in a Black Gum-Red Maple Swamp: A Twenty-Five Year Record,” 1961
Fox Forest Notes: No. 87, “Forest Research in NH: Current Status, Effectiveness and Needs,” 1961
Fox Forest Notes: No. 91, “Diameter Growth on Fox Forest, 1955-1960,” 1961
Box 18, Folder 36 Forestry Hints for NH Landowners, 1961
Box 18, Folder 37 The Graduation of Diameter Tapes, 1961
Box 18, Folder 38 Exploring the Jack Pine in NH, 1961
Box 18, Folder 39 Timber Tips, 1961
Box 18, Folder 40 Larch Provenance Tests in the US, 1961
Box 18, Folder 41 The Yearbook of Agriculture, review, 1961
Box 18, Folder 42 Forest Notes, reviews, 1961
Box 19
Box 19, Folder 1 The Effect of Flooding on Trees, 1962
Box 19, Folder 2 The Effect of Flooding on Trees, 1962
Box 19, Folder 3 The NH Preserves Forum, 1962
Box 19, Folder 4 Fox Forest Notes: No. 35, “Paper Birch, the State Tree of N.H.,” revision, 1962
Fox Forest Notes: No. 95, “Basal Area Growth on the Fox Forest,” 1962
Fox Forest Notes: No. 96, “A History of Release of White Pine from Hardwood,” 1962
Box 19, Folder 5 Seed Identification Manual, review, 1962
Box 19, Folder 6 Forestry Hints for NH Landowners, 1963
Box 19, Folder 7 Outposts of Atlantic White Cedar, 1963
Box 19, Folder 8 NH Annual Cut of Lumber and Other Products, 1963
Box 19, Folder 9 Allagash Canoe Trip, 1963
Box 19, Folder 10 Reading the Landscape, review, 1963
Box 19, Folder 11 Skyline Sketches Allagash, Briefly Visited, 1964
Box 19, Folder 12 Summary of Direct Seeding in NH, 1924-1962, 1964
Box 19, Folder 13 Fox Forest Notes: No. 105, “Fall Planting of Larch,” 1964
Box 19, Folder 14 German Forestry Society, 1965
Box 19, Folder 15 Skogsveckan, 1965
Box 19, Folder 16 Variations in European Larch, 1965
Box 19, Folder 17 LCT – Friend of the Forest?, 1965
Box 19, Folder 18 The New Hampshire Ecosystem, 1965
Box 19, Folder 19 Further Notes on Chamaecyparis Thyoides in NH, 1965
Box 19, Folder 20 Chamaecyparis, 1965
Box 19, Folder 21 Summary of Direct Seeding in NH, 1924-1962, 1965
Box 19, Folder 22 Fox Forest: An Inventory of Seed Sources, Bulletin no. 15, 1965
Box 19, Folder 23 Winter of 1925-1926, 1965
Box 19, Folder 24 Islands of New Hampshire, preliminary draft, 1965
Box 19, Folder 25 Land, Water, Recreation: Report no. 15, Islands of New Hampshire, 1965
Box 19, Folder 26 Lumberjack Sky Pilot, review, 1965
Box 19, Folder 27 Tools for Hand Planting, 1966
Box 19, Folder 28 Amerikas Privatskogsbruk, 1966
Box 19, Folder 29 Tree Improvement Conference, IUFRO, France and Yugoslavia, report, 1966
Box 19, Folder 30 Trees and Shrubs, NH revision, 1966
Box 19, Folder 31 Lighten the Planting Load with Light Tools, 1967
Box 19, Folder 32 Provenance Experiments Bibliography, IUFRO, 1967
Box 19, Folder 33 Comparative Results of 1938 Provenance Test of Picea abies, IUFRO, 1967
Box 19, Folder 34 IUFRO, sec. 22, 1967
Box 19, Folder 35 Vegetation Mapping, review, 1967
Box 19, Folder 36 Old Sawmill, 1967-1968
Box 19, Folder 37 Human Ecology, 1968
Box 19, Folder 38 Human Ecology, 1968
Box 19, Folder 39 NH Land Use, Forester Favors Question 7, 1968
Box 19, Folder 40 Carry-Out Program, 1968
Box 19, Folder 41 A ‘Pillar’-Type Black Spruce, 1968
Box 19, Folder 42 Snake Spruce/Pillar Spruce, 1968
Box 19, Folder 43 Billboards, 1968
Box 19, Folder 44 A Different Kind of Country, review, 1968
Box 20
Box 20, Folder 1 Red Pine Plot (Vegetation), 1969
Box 20, Folder 2 Red Pine Plot Diameters, 1969
Box 20, Folder 3 Litter Traps, 1969
Box 20, Folder 4 Out-of-Season in New Zealand, 1969
Box 20, Folder 5 Out-of-Season in New Zealand, 1969
Box 20, Folder 6 New Zealand Forestry, 1970
Box 20, Folder 7 Forestry in NH, 1920-1970. Society of American Foresters, New England section, 50th Anniversary, 1970
Box 20, Folder 8 Forestry in NH, 1970
Box 20, Folder 9 State Forestry in NH, 1970
Box 20, Folder 10 Ecology at Yale, 1971
Box 20, Folder 11 The New Cross-Country Ski Book, review, 1971
Box 20, Folder 12 Forest Week in Sweden, 1972
Box 20, Folder 13 Provenance Week in Sweden, 1972
Box 20, Folder 14 Recent Provenance Tests for Sweden, 1972
Box 20, Folder 15 New Zealand, AMC lecture, 1972
Box 20, Folder 16 Reviews, 1972
Box 20, Folder 17 “Books,” reviews, 1972
Box 20, Folder 18 “Walking the Dead Diamond River,” review, 1973
Box 20, Folder 19 Woodlot Forestry, 1973
Box 20, Folder 20 Carter Notch, paper, 1974
Box 20, Folder 21 Plant Response to Climactic Factors, review, 1974
Box 20, Folder 22 Aristocrats of the Trees, review, 1974
Box 20, Folder 23 Quantitative and Dynamic Plant Ecology, review, 1974
Box 20, Folder 24 The Susquehanna Compact, review, 1974
Box 20, Folder 25 Forest Fires, editorial, >Concord Monitor, 1974
Box 20, Folder 26 Jack Pine Growth Depends on Seed Source and Planting Site, 1975
Box 20, Folder 27 How to Burn Wood, 1975
Box 20, Folder 28 Shade Tree Planting in NH, 1975
Box 20, Folder 29 Trees and Shrubs of Deering, NH, 1975
Box 20, Folder 30 Trees and Forests of Deering, NH, 1975
Box 20, Folder 31 The Oxford Book of Trees, review, 1975
Box 20, Folder 32 Winter Keys to Woody Plants of ME, review, 1975
Box 20, Folder 33 Cover Types of NH, revision, 1976
Box 20, Folder 34 Profile House Burned, 1976
Box 20, Folder 35 A Shade Tree Chronology, 1977
Box 20, Folder 36 Clear Cutting – Bane or Blessing?, 1977
Box 20, Folder 37 Wood-n-Energy, Firewood, 1977
Box 20, Folder 38 Silviculture, The Deering Association, 1977
Box 20, Folder 39 Silviculture, Article for Deeing Association, 1977
Box 20, Folder 40 Editorial comment, Concord Monitor, 1977
Box 20, Folder 41 Kachelofen, 1978
Box 20, Folder 42 Reminiscences, Mt. Washington Observatory News Bulletin, 1979
Box 20, Folder 43 Forest History, Carbons, 1980
Box 20, Folder 44 Forest History Society, 1980
Box 20, Folder 45 References, 1980
Box 20, Folder 46 School Enrichment Program, 1980
Box 20, Folder 47 Waterman (book) project, 1982
Box 20, Folder 48 A Tiny Toad Migration, 1984
Box 20, Folder 49 Welch Mountain, Jack Pine Stand, 1985
Box 20, Folder 50 Note on Caroline Fox, 1986
Box 20, Folder 51 Opportunist Plants, 1988
Box 21
Box 21, Folder 1 Adirondacks Forestry, undated
Box 21, Folder 2 Beech for Fuel, speech at Montpelier, undated
Box 21, Folder 3 Care and Repair of the Woodlot, undated
Box 21, Folder 4 Clear-Cutting, undated
Box 21, Folder 5 Climate and Tree Growth, undated
Box 21, Folder 6 Comparison of Heights in Different Countries, undated
Box 21, Folder 7 Conservation, undated
Box 21, Folder 8 Environment, undated
Box 21, Folder 9 Firewood and Forestry or Wood to Burn, undated
Box 21, Folder 10 Forest Litter, lecture notes, undated
Box 21, Folder 11 Forest Types of the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee Region, undated
Box 21, Folder 12 Free Firewood: Cut Your Own, undated
Box 21, Folder 13 Growth of Exotic Larches in NH, undated
Box 21, Folder 14 Heating Country Homes with Wood, undated
Box 21, Folder 15 Larch and Kilts, undated
Box 21, Folder 16 Manahan Park, undated
Box 21, Folder 17 Michigan, undated
Box 21, Folder 18 Minnesota, undated
Box 21, Folder 19 Miscellaneous manuscripts, undated
Box 21, Folder 20 New England’s Basic Crop, undated
Box 21, Folder 21 Power Equipment for Producing Fuelwood, undated
Box 21, Folder 22 Private Forests, undated
Box 21, Folder 23 Public Forests and Parks, undated
Box 21, Folder 24 Red Spruce, Seed Source Plantings, undated
Box 21, Folder 25 Soil Conservation, undated
Box 21, Folder 26 Small Woodland for Firewood and Pleasure, undated
Box 21, Folder 27 State Parks, editorial, undated
Box 21, Folder 28 Succession in Yukon,, undated
Box 21, Folder 29 Sustained Yield Operation Depends on Markets, undated
Box 21, Folder 30 What Is a Tree Worth?, undated
Box 21, Folder 31 What Is the Matter with My Tree?, undated
Box 21, Folder 32 Wildlife, undated
Box 21, Folder 33 Winter Recreation Foresters, undated
Box 21, Folder 34 World Forestry Congress in Hungary, 1936
Box 21, Folder 35 Writing to Do, undated

Series V: Forest Tree Seed, 1921-1964 and undated

Box 22
Box 22, Folder 1 Abies
Box 22, Folder 2 Acacia
Box 22, Folder 3 Acer
Box 22, Folder 4 Aesculus
Box 22, Folder 5 Alnus
Box 22, Folder 6 Amelanchier
Box 22, Folder 7 Betula
Box 22, Folder 8 Cedrus
Box 22, Folder 9 Crataegus
Box 22, Folder 10 Chamaecyparis
Box 22, Folder 11 Cupressus
Box 22, Folder 12 Diospyros
Box 22, Folder 13 Fagus
Box 22, Folder 14 Fraxinus
Box 22, Folder 15 Ginkgo
Box 22, Folder 16 Gleditsia
Box 22, Folder 17 Gymnocladus
Box 22, Folder 18 Halesia
Box 22, Folder 19 Ilex
Box 22, Folder 20 Juglans
Box 22, Folder 21 Juniperus
Box 22, Folder 22 Juniperus
Box 22, Folder 23 Larix
Box 22, Folder 24 Liriodendron
Box 22, Folder 25 Magnolia
Box 22, Folder 26 Morus
Box 22, Folder 27 Picea
Box 22, Folder 28 Picea
Box 22, Folder 29 Pinus
Box 22, Folder 30 Populus
Box 22, Folder 31 Propsopis
Box 22, Folder 32 Prunus
Box 22, Folder 33 Pseudotsuga
Box 22, Folder 34 Pyrus
Box 22, Folder 35 Quercus
Box 22, Folder 36 Robinia
Box 22, Folder 37 Salix
Box 22, Folder 38 Sequoia
Box 22, Folder 39 Sorbus
Box 22, Folder 40 Taxus
Box 22, Folder 41 Thuya occidentalis
Box 22, Folder 42 Tilia
Box 22, Folder 43 Tsuga
Box 22, Folder 44 Miscellaneous
Box 22, Folder 45 “Abbreviated Germination Tests,” undated
Box 22, Folder 46 Central seed clearing house, 1936-1952
Box 22, Folder 47 Certification, 1952-1954 and undated
Box 22, Folder 48 “Chemical Tests of Viability,” undated
Box 22, Folder 49 “Collection of Tree Seeds,” undated
Box 22, Folder 50 Customs duty, undated
Box 22, Folder 51 Diseases, 1952-1953
Box 22, Folder 52 Distribution of the seed book, 1940-1942 and undated
Box 22, Folder 53 “Extraction and Cleaning of Seeds,” undated
Box 23
Box 23, Folder 1 Gases, effects on seeds, 1931-1934
Box 23, Folder 2 Hormones, undated
Box 23, Folder 3 List of persons interested in tree seeds, undated
Box 23, Folder 4 Seed bibliography outline, undated
Box 23, Folder 5 Packaging materials, 1950-1953
Box 23, Folder 6 “Packaging Tree Seeds for Foreign Shipment,” undated
Box 23, Folder 7 Periodicity of seed crops, 1938-1939 and undated
Box 23, Folder 8 Procurement of tree seeds, undated
Box 23, Folder 9 “Collection, Packaging, and Shipping Forest Tree Seeds” outline, undated
Box 23, Folder 10 Questionnaires and results, 1931-1936 and undated
Box 23, Folder 11 Seed data outlines and miscellaneous, 1934-1935 and undated
Box 23, Folder 12 Seed disinfection, 1934
Box 23, Folder 13 Seed reference, July 1942
Box 23, Folder 14 Seed tests, 1940-1941
Box 23, Folder 15 Seed tests, preliminary results, 1951
Box 23, Folder 16 Seed testing, 1952-1953
Box 23, Folder 17 “Seed Testing,” undated
Box 23, Folder 18 “Seed Testing” continued, undated
Box 23, Folder 19 Seed testing methods, 1921-1935
Box 23, Folder 20 Seed testing rules by Vincent, 1946-1947
Box 23, Folder 21 Seeding and planting report, 1921
Box 23, Folder 22 Shirley, H.L. – seed book, 1939 and undated
Box 23, Folder 23 Stimulation of seed, 1931-1939 and undated
Box 23, Folder 24 “Storage of Tree Seeds,” undated
Box 23, Folder 25 Storage correspondence, 1952-1953
Box 23, Folder 26 “The Testing of Germination,” undated
Box 23, Folder 27 USDA – Forest Seed Policy, 1939
Box 23, Folder 28 US Seed Control Act, 1939-1952
Box 23, Folder 29 Vincent’s rules for testing, 1938 and undated
Box 24
Box 24, Folder 1 “Vital-Staining Methods,” undated
Box 24, Folder 2 Volume tables, 1942-1945
Box 24, Folder 3 X-rays’ effect on seeds, 1932-1964
Box 24, Folder 4 Miscellaneous notes, undated
Box 24, Folder 5 Miscellaneous notes, undated
Box 24, Folder 6 Miscellaneous notes, undated
Box 24, Folder 7 Miscellaneous notes, undated
Box 24, Folder 8 Correspondence, HIB and Frans Verdoorn (Chronica Botanica), 1935-1939
Box 24, Folder 9 Correspondence, HIB and Frans Verdoorn (Chronica Botanica), 1942
Box 24, Folder 10 Correspondence, HIB and Frans Verdoorn (Chronica Botanica), 1945-1946
Box 24, Folder 11 Chronica Botanica, publications, 1938-1950
Box 24, Folder 12 Correspondence, reviewers and miscellaneous for Forest Tree Seeds, 1938-1946
Box 24, Folder 13 Reviewers of proofs, undated
Box 24, Folder 14 Corrections of galley proofs, 1942 and undated
Box 24, Folder 15 Blurb for book, undated
Box 24, Folder 16 Preface, 1941-1942
Box 24, Folder 17 “Exchange of Tree Seeds under the United Nations Expanded Technical Assistance Program,” foreword and introduction, undated
Box 24, Folder 18 Chapter 1 – Structure and Development of Tree Seeds, undated
Box 24, Folder 19 Chapter 2 – Seed Production of Forest Trees, undated
Box 24, Folder 20 Chapter 3 – Seed Origin or Provenance, undated
Box 24, Folder 21 References for chapter three, undated
Box 24, Folder 22 Chapter 4 – Seed Collection, undated
Box 24, Folder 23 Chapter 5 – Extraction, pencil copy, undated
Box 24, Folder 24 Chapter 5 – Extraction and Cleaning of Tree Seed, undated
Box 25
Box 25, Folder 1 Chapter 6 – Storage, undated
Box 25, Folder 2 Chapter 7 – Life Duration of Seeds, undated
Box 25, Folder 3 Chapter 8 – Biotic Enemies of Tree Seeds, undated
Box 25, Folder 4 Chapter 9 – Germination, undated
Box 25, Folder 5 Chapter 10 – Factors Affecting Germination Internal, undated
Box 25, Folder 6 Notes on chapter 10, undated
Box 25, Folder 7 Chapter 11 – Factors Affecting Germination Externa, undated
Box 25, Folder 8 Chapter 12 – Chemistry of Seeds and Germination, undated
Box 25, Folder 9 Chapter 12 – Chemistry of Germination, undated
Box 25, Folder 10 Chapter 13 – Stimulation, file copy, undated
Box 25, Folder 11 Chapter 13 – Stimulation, undated
Box 25, Folder 12 Chapter 14 – Seed Testing, undated
Box 25, Folder 13 Chapter 14 – Seed Testing, and related correspondence, 1938-1953 and undated
Box 25, Folder 14 Chapter 15 – Purity Analysis, undated
Box 25, Folder 15 Chapter 16 – Determination of Origin, undated
Box 25, Folder 16 Chapter 17 – Direct Tests of Viability, undated
Box 25, Folder 17 Chapter 18 – Testing Germination, undated
Box 25, Folder 18 Chapter 18 (?) – Germination Apparatus, 1932 and undated
Box 25, Folder 19 Chapter 19 (?) – Tree Seed Research (and Genetics?), undated
Box 25, Folder 20 Chapter 20 (?) – Seed Testing Stations and Seed Certification, undated
Box 25, Folder 21 Appendices A, B, and C, undated
Box 25, Folder 22 Appendix D, List of Seeds, undated
Box 25, Folder 23 Appendix E, undated
Box 25, Folder 24 Appendix F, undated
Box 25, Folder 25 Glossary and related correspondence, 1926-1939
Box 25, Folder 26 Glossary of Tree Seed Terms, January 1939
Box 26
Box 26, Folder 1 Bibliography, undated
Box 26, Folder 2 Species Index, undated
Box 26, Folder 3 Index, 1940 and undated
Box 26, Folder 4 Revisions, undated
Box 26, Folder 5 Review of “Forest Tree Seed,” Science, December 18, 1942, vol. 96, no. 2503
Box 26, Folder 6 Seed book: Species to be included, 1932-1936 and undated

Series VI: Work on the Monadnock Region, 1844-1979

Box 27
Box 27, Folder 1 Correspondence, Allen, David W., 1968
Box 27, Folder 2 Correspondence, Boufford, David E., 1971-1975
Box 27, Folder 3 Correspondence, Eaton, R.J., 1966-1973 and undated
Box 27, Folder 4 Correspondence, Groot, 1976-1978 and undated
Box 27, Folder 5 Correspondence, MacCready, Peter, 1972 and undated
Box 27, Folder 6 Correspondence, Monadnock Garden Club, 1969
Box 27, Folder 7 Borings, 1968
Box 27, Folder 8 Borings, 1969
Box 27, Folder 9 Borings, 1970
Box 27, Folder 10 Borings, 1971
Box 27, Folder 11 Age of trees, 1968-1971
Box 27, Folder 12 Tree growth and vegetation mapping, 1970-1978 and undated
Box 27, Folder 13 Age – growth, mature spruce, about 1968
Box 27, Folder 14 Spruce growth and age, about 1970
Box 27, Folder 15 Diameter growth, about 1968-1971
Box 27, Folder 16 Growth, about 1968-1970
Box 27, Folder 17 Height growth, about 1969-1970
Box 27, Folder 18 Quadrats, 1969-1970
Box 27, Folder 19 Seed traps, 1970 and undated
Box 27, Folder 20 Field notes, 1971
Box 27, Folder 21 Survey of Monadnock, 1968 and undated
Box 27, Folder 22 Forest types, 1968 and undated
Box 27, Folder 23 Fires on Monadnock, undated
Box 27, Folder 24 Soils, 1971
Box 27, Folder 25 Climate and weather, undated
Box 27, Folder 26 Climatic data, Monadnock, 1925-1979
Box 27, Folder 27 Temperature, 1970
Box 27, Folder 28 Phenology, 1970
Box 27, Folder 29 Plant collection books, 1968
Box 27, Folder 30 Plants collected, 1968, 1-270
Box 27, Folder 31 1969 Collections, 271-340
Box 27, Folder 32 1970 Collections, 401-577
Box 27, Folder 33 1971 Collections, 601-857
Box 27, Folder 34 1971 Collection slips
Box 27, Folder 35 Collected, 1968-1971
Box 27, Folder 36 Monadnock flora and herbaria searched, 1970 and undated
Box 28
Box 28, Folder 1 Plants collected by Thoreau, 1958 and undated
Box 28, Folder 2 Thoreau’s plant lists, 1952-1860
Box 28, Folder 3 Thoreau’s journal, 1852-1972
Box 28, Folder 4 Thoreau, 1844
Box 28, Folder 5 Monadnock, plant lists, early collectors, 1885-1890 and undated
Box 28, Folder 6 References, undated
Box 28, Folder 7 References, 1968-1969 and undated
Box 28, Folder 8 References to Mt. Monadnock – general, 1948 and undated
Box 28, Folder 9 Plant lists, incomplete1968-1971 and undated
Box 28, Folder 10 Flora, incomplete, undated
Box 28, Folder 11 Plan for study, 1968
Box 28, Folder 12 Grants-in-aid1968
Box 28, Folder 13 Expenses, Monadnock guide, 1968-1973
Box 28, Folder 14 Flora of Mt. Monadnock, 1968
Box 28, Folder 15 Monadnock, long-hand copy, undated
Box 28, Folder 16 Flora, final list, original long-hand, undated
Box 28, Folder 17 Flora of Mt. Monadnock, 1968
Box 28, Folder 18 Monadnock Flora, original, undated
Box 28, Folder 19 Vegetation of Mt. Monadnock, 1968 and undated
Box 28, Folder 20 Vegetation of Mt. Monadnock1959-1970
Box 28, Folder 21 Report, July 15, 1968
Box 28, Folder 22 Monadnock report, original long-hand, 1968
Box 28, Folder 23 Monadnock field notes, May 28, 1970
Box 28, Folder 24 Flora of Monadnock, 1971 original list
Box 28, Folder 25 The Flora of the Grand Monadnock, manuscript, 1971
Box 28, Folder 26 Flora, manuscript, 1971
Box 28, Folder 27 Flora, list, 1971
Box 28, Folder 28 Flora, original, 1972
Box 28, Folder 29 Flora, 1973, short list
Box 28, Folder 30 Monadnock flora, 1973 revision
Box 29
Box 29, Folder 1 Monadnock flora, 1973
Box 29, Folder 2 Revision, 1973
Box 29, Folder 3 Flora, revision, 1974
Box 29, Folder 4 Flora of Mount Monadnock, 1974
Box 29, Folder 5 Monadnock, preface to the third edition, 1979
Box 29, Folder 6 Monadnock manuscript carbons, 1976
Box 29, Folder 7 Acknowledgements, undated
Box 29, Folder 8 Reviewers’ comments on 1976 manuscript
Box 29, Folder 9 Publication of Monadnock book, 1961-1974

Series VII: Annals of Yale Forest School Class of 1922

Box 30
Box 30, Folder 1 Letters from Green to class
Box 30, Folder 2 Green – Baldwin correspondence
Box 30, Folder 3 Baldy’s Bawdy Ballads: An Anthology of Mongrel and Maudlin Songs, 1920
Box 30, Folder 4 Songs
Box 30, Folder 5 History of Class of 1922 Forest School, 1962-1973
Box 30, Folder 6 Preface and introduction
Box 30, Folder 7 Annals of the Class of 1922, Yale Forest School
Box 30, Folder 8 Milford, PA
Box 30, Folder 9 Milford, PA
Box 30, Folder 10 Junior year
Box 30, Folder 11 Junior year
Box 30, Folder 12 Field work in the White Mountains
Box 30, Folder 13 Summer 1921
Box 30, Folder 14 Senior year, New Haven
Box 30, Folder 15 Urania, LA
Box 30, Folder 16 Epilogue
Box 30, Folder 17 Annals of the Class of 1922, letters and correspondence, 1972-1973

Series VIII: Work on Jack Pine, about 1913-1986

Box 31
Box 31, Folder 1 Correspondence, Herbaria, 1979-1977 and undated
Box 31, Folder 2 Jack Pine, Herbarium records, 1978
Box 31, Folder 3 Correspondence, Steele, 1958-1977
Box 31, Folder 4 Jack Pine correspondence, 1956/-1980
Box 31, Folder 5 Jack Pine map and correspondence, 1958-1979 and undated
Box 31, Folder 6 Jack Pine editor correspondence, 1978-1980 and undated
Box 31, Folder 7 Jack Pine distribution, 1959 and undated
Box 31, Folder 8 Jack Pine range, undated
Box 31, Folder 9 Jack Pine provenance tests, 1966
Box 31, Folder 10 Jack Pine in Maine, 1977
Box 31, Folder 11 Jack Pine in Massachusetts, about 1967-1980
Box 31, Folder 12 Jack Pine in New Hampshire, undated
Box 31, Folder 13 Jack Pine, Bog Pond, Lincoln, NH, 1978 and undated
Box 31, Folder 14 Jack Pine, Dickey Notch, Thornton, undated
Box 31, Folder 15 Jack Pine, Carter Ledge, Mt. Chocorua, 1959-1977 and undated
Box 31, Folder 16 Jack Pine, Mt. Webster, 1913-1962
Box 31, Folder 17 Jack Pine, Welch Mt., 1958-1961 and undated
Box 31, Folder 18 Jack Pine in New York, 1961-1980
Box 31, Folder 19 Jack Pine in Vermont, 1977-1986
Box 31, Folder 20 Jack Pine references, 1959 and undated
Box 31, Folder 21 Jack Pine, Fox Forest Note, 1975
Box 31, Folder 22 Jack Pine, manuscript original, undated
Box 31, Folder 23 Jack Pine, manuscript original, 1962-1982 and undated
Box 31, Folder 24 Jack Pine, manuscript original, longhand, 1975
Box 31, Folder 25 Jack Pine, manuscript, longhand, 1955
Box 31, Folder 26 Jack Pine, first carbon, 1977 and undated
Box 31, Folder 27 Jack Pine, manuscript, corrected carbon, 1979
Box 31, Folder 28 Jack Pine, carbon copy, final manuscript, 1979 and undated

Series IX: Visual Materials, 1936-1976 and undated

Box 32
Includes photo album and slides, 1936-1976 and undated
Box 33
Photos, mostly of forests in Europe, undated
Oversize Box 1
Sketched portrait of Henry Solon Graves, undated

Series X: Maps, 1904-1973 and undated

Map Drawer A7 Map 1: “Winter Sports Guide Map of Allegany State Park,” by the Allegany State Park Commission, undated
Map 2: “Middlebury College: Battell Forest and Battell Park,” undated
Map 3: “Map of Property Lines of Cardican Reservation and Vicinity,” by C.E. Walker, 1934
Map 4: Map of NETSA districts, by the New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission, 1939
Map 5: “Forest Map of Southern New Hampshire: Accompanying the Report of the New Hampshire Forestry Commission, 1905-1906,” by the US Forest Service, 1905-1906
Map 6: “Forest Map of Southern New Hampshire: Accompanying the Report of the New Hampshire Forestry Commission, 1905-1906,” by the US Forest Service, 1905-1906
Map 7: “Principal Drainage Basins of Northern New Hampshire,” by the US Bureau of Forestry, 1904
Map 8: “Map of New Hampshire,” by the NH Forestry Department, May 1, 1935
Map 9: “Map of New Hampshire,” by the NH Forestry and Recreation Department, undated
Map 10: “Navigation Chart of Lake Sunapee,” by the State of New Hampshire Public Service Commission, undated
Map 11: “Preliminary Map of the Charles Lathrop Pack Demonstration Forest at Cranberry Lake, St. Lawrence Co., NY,” by the Class of 1926 of the New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse, NY, Summer 1924
Map 12: “Map Showing Areas Quarantined for the Gypsy Moth and the Brown-Tail Moth,” by the USDA, Bureau of Agricultural Economics and Bureau of Entomology, 1926
Map 13: “Areas Quarantined for the Gypsy Moth and the Brown-Tail Moth,” by the USDA Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, 1934
Map 14: “School Bounds: Map of Town Ship of Salisbury and Surrounding Country,” by H.I. Baldwin, about 1896-1916 (Baldwin’s childhood)
Map 15: “Contour Plan of Land of US Forest Service: Trudeau Road, Bethlehem, NH,” by A.W. Poulsen and R.H. Marshall, January 1973
Map 16: “White Mountain National Forest: New Hampshire – Maine,” visitor’s guide, by the USDA Forest Service, undated
Map17: “White Mountain National Forest: New Hampshire – Maine,” visitor’s guide, by the USDA Forest Service, undated
Map 18: “White Mountain National Forest: New Hampshire – Maine,” by the USDA Forest Service, 1967
Map 19: “Recreation Facility Map, White Mountain National Forest: New Hampshire and Maine,” by the USDA Forest Service, 1963
Map 20: “Map of the White Mountains Region,” by the White Mts. Region Assoc., undated
Map 21: “White Mountain National Forest: New Hampshire and Maine,” by the USDA Forest Service, 1942
Map 22: “White Mountain National Forest: Maine and New Hampshire,” probably by the USDA Forest Service, 1934
Map 23: “Unidentified map, by H.I. Baldwin, April 7, 1922
Map 24: “The Trails on Mt. Monadnock,” by Francis Whitaker, published by The Half Way House Aid Association, 1952
Map 25: “Range of Jack Pine,” probably by H.I. Baldwin, undated
Map 26: “Lake Umbagog Jack Pine Stations in NH,” by H.I. Baldwin, 1958
Map 27: “White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire – Maine: Alternative #1,” by the USDA Forest Service, 1970
Map 28: “White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire – Maine: Alternative #2,” by the USDA Forest Service, 1970
Map 29: “White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire – Maine: Alternative #3,” by the USDA Forest Service, 1970
Map 30: “White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire – Maine,” campers’ guide, by the USDA Forest Service, 1974
Map 31: New York and New England Travelaide map, compiled by the National Advertising Company, Summer – Fall 1971
Map 32: “Department of the Interior US Geological Survey – New Hampshire, Mt. Chocorua Quadrangle,” by the State of NH Highway Department, surveyed in 1928
Map 33: “Carter Ledge, Mt. Chocorua, NH, Jack Pine Station, Survey,” by H.I. Baldwin, 1959
Map 34: “Crawford Notch Reservation, No. 6, Harts Location, Carroll County,” by the State of New Hampshire Forestry Department, 1901

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