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Thu Oct 16 18:01:57 2014 UTClccn-nr20020013080.00Papers of Warren Lee Rogers,0.651.00John C. Merriam papers,76249277Robert_Sterling_Yardnr20020013085665739Sterling, Robert Yard 1861-1945lccn-n79022809United StatesNational Park Serviceedtlccn-n93001151Story, Isabelle F.(Isabelle Florence)1888-1970lccn-n81059929Wilderness Society (U.S.)lccn-n79099497Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)lccn-n80126051United StatesDepartment of the Interioredtlccn-no2011142724Toll, Roger W.(Roger Wolcott)1883-1936lccn-n50079137National Parks Association (U.S.)lccn-n93030966Browne, Belmore1880-1954lccn-n50083199United StatesCongressSenateCommittee on Territorieslccn-n2001062537Internet Archive (Firm)Yard, Robert Sterling1861-1945PeriodicalsPictorial worksUnited StatesNational parks and reservesWilderness areasNatural historyNational monumentsMonumentsForest reservesReclamation of landPublic landsIndian reservationsNatural resourcesAuthors and publishersPublishers and publishingBooksellers and booksellingColorado--Rocky Mountain National ParkRocky MountainsMountaineeringConservation of natural resourcesMaine--Acadia National ParkUnited States, WestYard, Robert Sterling,United States.--National Park ServiceUnited States.--Department of the InteriorZahniser, HowardForests and forestryAmerican Game Protective and Propagation AssociationGrinnell, George Bird,Scott, Hugh Lenox,Frontier and pioneer lifeBroome, Harvey,Manners and customsIndians of North AmericaHallock, Charles,Sheldon, Charles,TravelShiras, George,Marshall, Robert,Frank, Bernard,Boone and Crockett ClubLeland, Waldo Gifford,Indians, Treatment ofHornaday, William T.--(William Temple),Indian Rights AssociationAlaskaLeopold, Aldo,North AmericaDellenbaugh, Frederick Samuel,American Museum of Natural HistoryPaleontologyOberholtzer, Ernest C.--(Ernest Carl),1861194519091913191419161917191919201921192219241925192619271928192919301931193219331934193619371939194119421944194519491964197319791992199820082010318685191917.3E160ocn001756053ocn644974631ocn050575752ocn633484405ocn679894495ocn654244115ocn297301658ocn066268383ocn4605159126685ocn001756053serial0.33The Living wildernessPeriodicals38523ocn001576863book19190.70Yard, Robert SterlingThe book of the national parks, by Robert Sterling Yard+-+488053806632437323ocn001850791book19160.56Yard, Robert SterlingThe national parks portfolioPictorial works2094ocn001442122book19280.79Yard, Robert SterlingOur federal lands : a romance of American development1934ocn003859780book19280.70United StatesThe national parks portfolioPresents descriptions of U.S. national parks and national monuments. Supplemented by several black and white photographs1804ocn004402012book19170.82United StatesThe national parks portfolio1588ocn001994535book19160.74United StatesNational parks portfolio1484ocn002435544book19410.74Story, Isabelle FGlimpses of our national parks1452ocn002209883book19250.79United StatesThe national parks portfolio1043ocn000478095book19130.88Yard, Robert SterlingThe publisher1024ocn006611750book19340.88Story, Isabelle FGlimpses of our national parks753ocn007070225book19190.84Toll, Roger WMountaineering in the Rocky Mountain National Park642ocn011582691book19290.86Yard, Robert SterlingGlimpses of our national parks593ocn002586686book19170.77Yard, Robert SterlingThe top of the continent; the story of a cheerful journey through our national parks323ocn011606748book19160.98Yard, Robert SterlingGlimpses of our national parks302ocn006567499book19240.96Yard, Robert SterlingAn analysis of Lafayette national park, a report by Robert Sterling Yard232ocn006284900book19160.88Yard, Robert SterlingGlimpses of our national parks229ocn007779922book19160.84Yard, Robert SterlingGlimpses of our national parks201ocn007789656book19200.95Yard, Robert SterlingGlimpses of our national parks142ocn016518261serial0.63United StatesThe National parks portfolioPeriodicals11ocn080371402book19980.47Grinnell, George BirdGeorge Bird Grinnell papersFolkloreThe papers, which consist of letterbooks, correspondence, and subject files, including photographs and writings, document George Bird Grinnell's leading role in the American conservation movement. The material focuses on Grinnell's adult life (1886-1938) and details his work as editor of Forest and Stream magazine, authority on American Indians of the West, and active participant in the National Audubon Society, the Boone and Crockett Club, the American Game Protective and Propagation Association, and the National Parks Association11ocn228770314mixRogers, Warren LeePapers of Warren Lee RogersHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence and other papers of Warren Lee Rogers and Clinton Clarke dealing with the Pacific Crest Trail. Included are Clarke's publications, the Y-Relays correspondence, photographs, radio scripts, participants' surveys and transcribed portions of the log book; the PCT registers and hikers' correspondence, maps, visitor guides and brochures of national forests and parks in Washington, Oregon, California and elsewhere. Correspondents include Ansel Adams, Hanson W. Baldwin, Devereux Butcher, Oscar L. Chapman, Ernest A. Dench, Newton Bishop Drury, Roland C. Geist, Francis P. Farquar12ocn702201188mix1.00Grinnell, George BirdGeorge Bird Grinnell papersFolkloreThe papers, which consist of letterbooks, correspondence, and subject files, including photographs and writings, document George Bird Grinnell's leading role in the American conservation movement. The material focuses on Grinnell's adult life (1886-1938) and details his work as editor of Forest and Stream magazine, authority on American Indians of the West, and active participant in the National Audubon Society, the Boone and Crockett Club, the American Game Protective and Propagation Association, and the National Parks Association11ocn029528105mix0.47Burnham, JohnJohn Burnham papersHistoryThe bulk of the John Burnham papers consist of Burnham's correspondence from 1891 through 1939, the majority relating to wildlife conservation. Correspondents include many significant conservationists, including Theodore Roosevelt, Vilhjalmur Stefansson, Robert Sterling Yard, Gifford Pinchot, and George Bird Grinnell. Additional materials include written manuscripts, newspaper and magazine clippings, photographs, speeches, scrapbooks, and various organizational and government documents. A significant part of the collection documents conservation work related to New York State and Adirondack Park. Portions of the collection contain materials that relate to John Burnham's work and legacy, and were created by his son Koert Burnham after John's death11ocn144652444mix1.00Yard, Robert SterlingRobert Sterling Yard diaryDiary kept by Yard chronicles his personal life at the turn of the 20th century11ocn078407628mix1.00Merriam, John CJohn C. Merriam papersArchivesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, memoranda, speeches, reports, articles, notes, printed matter, drawings, maps, photographs, and other papers relating chiefly to Merriam's work as chairman of the National Research Council (U.S.), president of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, and regent of the Smithsonian Institution. Also includes materials reflecting his interest in forestry and national parks. Correspondents include James Bertram, Henry Bryant Bigelow, Howard Walter Blakeslee, William DuBois Brookings, Ovid Butler, Ralph W. Chaney, Bruce L. Clark, Newton Bishop Drury, Charles W. Eliott, George Ellery Hale, Ansel F. Hall, Herbert Hoover, Edgar Billings Howard, Raymond M. Hughes, Vernon L. King, Frederick P. Keppel, Waldo Gifford Leland, Frank Rattray Lillie, Harold Glenn Moulton, Henry Fairfield Osborn, Earl L. Packard, Stewart Paton, Raymond Pearl, Elihu Root, L.S. Rowe, Chester Stock, William Charles White, Edwin Bidwell Wilson, F.E. Wright, Robert Sterling Yard, and Robert Mearns Yerkes11ocn062097074mix0.10Wilderness Society (U.S.)Wilderness Society recordsArchivesThe administrative records of the organization contain the files for the executive staff. The files comprise the working papers for conferences and workshops, correspondence with individuals and organizations related to membership issues and advocacy work, and information about educational tours sponsored by the organization. The financial records include fund-raising activities and the administration of the Robert Marshall Wilderness Fund. Correspondence and reports related to the issue of non-profit tax status and lobbying activities comprise the legal files. The subject files contain reports, studies, articles, clippings and correspondence related to the following topics: energy, forest management, mining, National Parks, pesticides, pollution, population, public lands, wilderness legislation, management and wildlife11ocn071131045file1.00Literary Society of Washington (Washington, D.C.)Literary Society of Washington (Washington, D.C.) recordsCorrespondence, minutes of meetings, papers presented at society meetings, poems, reports, financial records, clippings, and printed matter relating to literary and intellectual matters and to the organization and administration of the society. Members included cultural and civic leaders of Washington, D.C., such as Albert W. Atwood, Alexander Graham Bell, Clifford Kennedy Berryman, George Franklin Bowerman, Katherine Garrison Chapin, Tyler Dennett, Edward Miner Gallaudet, Frederick Richmond Goff, Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor, David Jayne Hill, Margaret Landon, Waldo Gifford Leland, Julia Ten Eyck McBlair, David C. Mearns, John C. Merriam, Charles Moore, Helen Nicolay, Theodore W. Noyes, Robert Lincoln O'Brien, William Edwin Safford, Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Florence P. Spofford, Henry White, Robert Simpson Woodward, and Robert Sterling Yard11ocn062097073mix0.10Wilderness Society (U.S.)Wilderness Society recordsArchivesSeries 1 contains the correspondence of the founders of the Wilderness Society and the members of the governing council. Also included are agendas, minutes and reports of the governing council meetings, annual reports and the policies adopted by the council. The correspondence of Robert Sterling Yard begins in 1920, prior to the organization of the Wilderness Society, when he served as executive secretary of the National Parks Association, later the National Parks Conservation Association. Yard also served as the editor of the National Parks Bulletin from 1919 to 1936, copies of which are included Yard's scrapbooks11ocn700073834art19790.10Yard, Robert Sterling. 84Periodicals11ocn166883937art19320.10Cattell, James McKeenYard, Robert Sterling : George Washington University, 700 20th St, Washington, D. C11ocn054680710mix0.10National Parks Conservation AssociationNational Parks Conservation Association recordsArchivesThe collection documents the activities of the organization through its meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, audio-visual and reference materials. Includes correspondence with Robert Sterling Yard (founder), Anthony Wayne Smith and Paul C. Pritchard (executive directors)+-+4880538066324+-+4880538066324Thu Oct 16 15:18:25 EDT 2014batch21561