Guide to the John Wilford Carlson papers,
1913-1969

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Creator: Carlson, John Wilford, 1892-
Title: John Wilford Carlson papers
Dates: 1913-1969 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 15 boxes (9.1 linear ft. )
Collection Number: USU_COLL MSS 27
Summary: Professional correspondence; accounts and records of experiments while director of Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Research Farm and Utah Agricultural Experiment Station; personal diaries and papers while on a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) to Sweden (1916-1917); also includes some Carlson family papers, including the 1943-1945 correspondence of John Leroy Carlson.
Repository: Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives
Manuscript Collection

Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
3000 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-3000
Phone: 435 797-1663
Fax: 435 797-2880
Email: scweb@usu.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008

Biographical Note

By Virginia C. Parker

John Wilford Carlson (1891-1977) was the first of twins born May 11, 1891, in Logan, Utah, to John Augustus Carlson and Anna Lundstrom Carlson. His twin was named Carl Hyrum Carlson. They were the third and fourth of the ten children in the Carlson family.

When the twins were born, the Carlsons were living in a log house at 3rd South and 5th East. It stood facing a pasture in the bend of Logan River. There the Carlsons kept milk cows and maintained a pasture and garden which sustained the family. When the twins were four years old, they became ill with scarlet fever. John W. was left with a partial deafness which affected his life very much.

His position as the eldest son in a Mormon family became somewhat diminished in favor of the younger more outgoing and unimpaired brother. They would remain separated by one year in school due to the difficulty John W. had learning to read. But overcoming his handicap and compensating for it, caused John to develop the personality and scholarly traits which motivated him in his later life. It also permitted him a privacy for thoughtful and undistracted study.

From early childhood, John W. preferred the out-of-doors. He enjoyed working in the hayfields. He became an enthusiastic mountaineer, spending much of his free time hiking and exploring in the nearby mountains. He became an enthusiastic athlete. He became a good basketball player and swimmer. Though John W. was slight in stature, he developed great physical endurance which made possible the many years he would work in the open field and sunlight. He enjoyed excellent health throughout his long life. His only major illness was suffered in Sweden during the War. He had influenza in 1918 from which he recovered unimpaired.

The family moved to Smithfield in 1894. There John W.'s father took over the blacksmith shop which stood at the corner of Main and Center. John W. lived in Smithfield until he finished grammar school. The family lived at 1st North and 3rd East on a large corner lot. The family kept milk cows which were led to pasture in the fields outlying Smithfield each day.

In 1907, John W. was promoted from the sixth to the eighth grade so that he and Carl received their diplomas from Smithfield Grammar School together. They then enrolled in the Brigham Young College (BYC) in Logan. By 1910, several of the children were boarding in Logan so that they could attend the College. The blacksmith shop in Smithfield was sold and the family moved to Logan. There they built a large home at 1st South and 4th East. The center of the block was a large pasture shared by the families. The Logan River runs through this land and John W. eventually bought his property from his father and built his own home there.

At the BYC, the twins followed different paths. Carl studied business and eventually became the manager of a branch of the furniture store in Preston, Idaho. John pursued a course of study in manual arts and became a skilled carpenter. He received his degree from the BYC in 1911. He worked at his trade and for the Lundstrom Furniture Company until 1916 when he accepted a call to serve as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sweden. There he worked mostly in Vinaker and Norrkoping where members of the family still lived. While there, he was caught by the blockade which the British placed across the North Sea to prevent German ships and submarines from gaining access to the Atlantic. Mail service was scanty, the result being that John was cut off from assistance from his family. He survived the War in Sweden primarily through the charity of the "Saints" in the Mission and cousins still living in Vinaker. John served alone in the Mission during much of this time. In order to pass the long dark winter nights, John turned to the study of Swedish literature and history. He was very proficient in the language and he began to experiment with translations of Swedish poetry into English. While on a visit to the University of Lund, he became most interested in the poet Esais Tegner, who like his family, had come from Sodermanland. John was enchanted with Tegner's Fritiof Saga, a story of Viking Sweden. He began translations which he would return to in the last years of his life. It was during that same trip to Lund that John made the decision to continue his own formal education when he returned to Utah. There in the library was a manuscript inscription which John has remembered and quoted on many occasions:

True wisdom is like a diamond, a crystal drop of heavenly light. And the purer, the greater its worth; and the more the light of day shines forth.

Address to the Graduates, Esais Tegner Lund University, Sweden, 1820. Translated by John W. Carlson.

John said that it was this small statement that inspired him to seek wisdom, but the first step would be the acquisition of knowledge and he determined at that moment that he wanted to return to school.

The war over, he was finally permitted to leave Sweden and he was honorably discharged from the Mission April 3, 1919. He returned to Logan in May of that year. He spent the summer working in hayfield with his boyhood friend, E. Leroy Hanson, who had been a medic in the Army during the war. They both decided to go on to school. Hanson went to the University of Kentucky to study Medicine. John sought the support of his parents, and in September 1919, enrolled at the Utah State Agricultural College.

He developed an interest in forage crops very early. During his undergraduate years he worked part-time under the direction of Professor B.L. Richards. He received his B.S. degree from U.S.A.C. in June 1922.

After his return from his mission, John became active in the Logan Seventh Ward M.I.A. He met and courted Ina Elvina Sorensen. They were married June 22, 1922. They made their first home in an apartment on the third floor of the Plant Industry Building on the U.S.A.C. campus. John began his graduate studies and continued his work in agricultural research. He spent the year 1922 - 1923 in post graduate study. In September 1923, he accepted a position as teacher at Syracuse High School. He went to Roosevelt High School in 1924 - 1925 to teach agriculture, manual arts, and mathematics. He returned to Logan and the Agricultural Experiment Station each summer.

His graduate studies led to an interest in field and forage crops, especially alfalfa. In the summer of 1924, John participated in a field survey of the Uintah Basin which led to the establishment of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental Farm by the State of Utah. When it was established on July 1, 1925, John was appointed Superintendent. The site chosen was forty acres just east of the Uintah River along the north side of U.S. Highway 40 at Fort Duchesne. The farm was leased from F.O. Lundberg who in turn leased it from John Quip. Because the land needed to experiment on was Native American Indian land, it had priority water rights and it also had soils suitable for the purpose of alfalfa seed research. The story of the farm has been told in the Annual Reports of the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station. John W. Carlson also kept a diary during this period (excerpts of his diary and research during this period were published as Parker, Virginia C., Utah Historical Quarterly, Vol. 46 No. 4, Fall 1978). During the first year of the farm, John also served as a field inspector for the Utah State Department of Agriculture, his purpose was to identify noxious weeds in order that they be exterminated. He returned to Logan during the winter months to do laboratory work and organize the data collected during the summer. Having completed his graduate studies, John wrote his thesis about the alfalfa plant based on studies done at Fort Duchesne. He was granted his M.S. degree in Agronomy by U.S.A.C. in June 1927.

By 1923, Utah's position as the primary producer of alfalfa seed for the nation was threatened by increasing failure to produce seed from the native plants grown in virgin soils like the Uintah Basin. The first years at the farm were devoted to the study of soils, climate, noxious weeds, and harmful insects. When John W. Carlson made the observation and association of lygus bug injury to the alfalfa plant as the primary cause of seed theory until it could be thoroughly investigated.

In 1935, the Experimental Farm was closed without solving the problem of growing alfalfa seed successfully. However, John having developed his theory of lygus bug injury to the alfalfa plant left the Uintah Basin experiments determined to continue the investigation of the problems. After closing the farm, he took leave from the Agricultural Experiment Station and in 1936, went to the University of Wisconsin to work toward his Ph.D. degree. The degree was granted in 1938. His dissertation, "Lygus Damage to Alfalfa in Relation to Seed Production" was also published in the Journal of Agricultural Research, v. 61, no. 11, December 1, 1940, pp. 791 - 815. It defines his theories and conclusions. As a result of his work at the University of Wisconsin, John was appointed as an Associate Agronomist with the United States Department of Agriculture on July 1, 1937. He returned to Utah to engage in research on the production of alfalfa seed.

The first indications of success came in the 1940's when DDT became available to control the harmful insects; but it also damaged the bees necessary to fertilize the blossoms. The expected seed yields did not materialize so the search for a solution continued. John continued this seed investigation until his retirement in 1962. At that time he was an Agronomist in the Legume Seed Research Laboratory at Logan, Utah.

During the years 1925 - 1962 John W. Carlson published many articles and monographs based on his research. He participated in many conferences and his work was known and recognized for its value in many countries of the world. Among the honors he earned were his election to Phi Kappa Phi, and as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. In the priesthood of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, he attained the rank of High Priest.

Besides his scientific work, John W. Carlson was always active in his church. He held many offices during the years in the Uintah Basin. In Logan he worked in the Sunday School, teaching the Gospel Doctrine Class in the Seventh Ward from 1941 to 1962. He continued his study and reading of poetry and inspirational literature. He read widely in the works of natural history. He was greatly influenced by such romantics as Henry W. Longfellow, William Wordsworth, Walt Whitman, Olive Schreiner. He read Charles Darwin and Erwin Schroedinger. He read the journals of John Wesley Powell, and the naturalists and historians of the West such as Joseph Wood Drutch, Wallace Stegner, Loren Eisely, Joel Ricks, George Ellsworth and others. He had an abiding interest in Utah history. He was an active member of the Utah State Historical Society and served as Treasurer for the Cache Valley Chapter. He was enthusiastic about the Jensen Historic Farm and the Man and His Bread Museum and many of the tools used by him and his father have been given to these museums.

After his retirement in 1962, John continued his seed experiments on the eleven acres of land which he owns in Petersboro. He worked with Brooks Roundy of Petersboro, who had actually cared for the land during the years it had been leased to the Agricultural Experiment Station. After several years he was finally able to put into field trial the theories he had developed on his tiny experimental plots. The success of this work is told in an oral interview made by John Stewart of the Utah State University Voice Library in November 1972 just after the harvest of 6,000 pounds of seed grown on the ten acres. In that interview John W. Carlson says, "After forty years of effort, I only learned this very year, the whole story. There are more than lygus bugs that damage the alfalfa plant and impairs its seed production." He continues to discuss the problem but is aware of the aging process diminishing his own ability to investigate further. He does suggest problems that others should investigate, but he is content that his own methods would double the present seed yields in Utah if applied according to the methods developed at Petersboro in the summer of 1972. The story was also published in the Herald Journal, Friday, December 22, 1972, p. 13, in an article written by Ray E. Burtenshaw, U.S.U. Farm Agent. Alfalfa seed is still being grown on those acres, in rotation with barley. In the past several years, Robert G. Hammond, Assoc. Professor of Mathematics at U.S.U., has become interested in this work because he has kindly driven John W. Carlson to Petersboro each Saturday, since John has no longer been able to drive himself, so that he could supervise the sweeping for lygus count and consult about cultivation of the field.

In 1964, John W. Carlson accompanied his daughter Lorraine on a return visit to Sweden. There were few cousins left, but the trip and the visit to his "homeland" was a great pleasure to him and inspired him to take up his belated studies of Swedish literature upon his return.

John W. Carlson was proud of his own family. He was a good father. He was ambitious for his children and insisted that each of them seek a formal education. He and his wife, Ina, maintained a home where culture, music, books, and art were important. He encouraged seriousness of purpose, high achievement and dedication to duty-traits at which he himself excelled. Though his wife, Ina, suffered many years with crippling rheumatoid arthritis, they both enjoyed their home and family. They entertained colleagues and friends with unstinting generosity and hospitality. They built a new home for themselves after their children were grown. They cared for the land which had been acquired by John's father. They husbanded it well, building up the soil, channeling the river, growing prime vegetables, flowers, and valuable shade trees.

John and Ina had four children, Virginia, John L., Lorraine, and Nancy.

Virginia (author of this essay) was born the 28 November 1923. She graduated from Logan High School in 1941. She enrolled at U.S.A.C., but transferred to Stanford in 1943 when she was awarded a Henry R. Newell Scholarship. She received her B.A. from Stanford in 1945. Upon graduation she went to work at the Henry E. Huntington Library in San Marino, California. Virginia married Lewis L. Parker, of Sacramento, California, in August 1946. Together they returned to school at the University of California, Berkeley. Virginia earned a Bachelor of Library Science degree in 1948. She went to work as librarian for the California Historical Society in San Francisco while her husband continued his studies in medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. He received his M.D. degree in 1951. They lived in Balboa, Canal Zone and several cities in California while Doctor Parker worked in various hospitals and served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War. They were in Salt Lake City from 1958 to 1964 while Doctor Parker did a Presidency in Orthopedic Surgery. During that time, Virginia was a Catalog Librarian at the University of Utah. Doctor Parker now practices in Oroville, California. They have four children Ben, Jeff, Lee and Julie.

John Leroy (some of his papers are contained in this collection) was born June 17, 1926, at Fort Duchesne, Utah. Leroy graduated from Logan High School in 1943. He enrolled at U.S.A.C. and completed five quarters before he enlisted in the U.S. Navy just after his seventeenth birthday. He was stationed at Farragut N.T.S., Treasure Island N.T.S. and was being transferred to Great Lakes N.T.S. for training as a radio technician when he became ill with rheumatic fever. He died at Great Lakes Naval Hospital on July 9, 1945. He was buried at Logan. Losing their only son, who was an extremely gifted boy with great potential, was a tragic loss to both John and Ina.

After John's retirement, he and Ina continued to care for their garden and home. Both remained active in church and civic activities. John continued his alfalfa seed research on his own land and worked as consultant to Cache Valley farmers he had known during his working years. They traveled to Salt Lake City and to California to visit their children and grandchildren. John went to Sweden, Ina declined accompanying him because of the limitations imposed by her chronic disease. They enjoyed nearly ten years of quiet leisurely living after John's retirement.

In June 1972, John and Ina were honored at a reception on the occasion of their Golden Wedding Anniversary. In July Ina underwent surgery. She did not recover. She died on July 18, 1972. John W. Carlson died in Logan August 9, 1977.

Content Description

This collection contains the papers of John W. Carlson and span the period of 1913 to 1977. This fifteen-box collection consists of Carlson's correspondence, diaries, missionary papers, personal papers, professional papers, work concerning alfalfa seed production, materials relating to his research on the lygus bug, and work on various Utah State University agricultural experiment stations. Correspondence has been arranged chronologically and the sender and receiver have been listed. The researcher should be aware that some materials in this collection, although few, are in the Swedish language.

This collection also contains a two-box addendum that was placed at the end of the collection (boxes 14 and 15). This addendum contains some of Carlson's correspondence, essays, publications, dissertation papers, school notes, and other papers. These materials have been arranged topically, chronologically, and then alphabetically.

This collection also contains papers concerning John Leroy Carlson, John W. Carlson's son who died in 1945. John Leroy Carlson's papers (boxes 4 and 5) include his records while a student at USAC during 1943 and 1944 and correspondence concerning his experience in the US Navy during World War II , 1944 to 1945. These papers describe his experience at US Naval Training Center at Farragut, ID, Yerba Buena Island, San Francisco and Great Lakes Naval Base, Illinois, where he died of Rheumatic Fever.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  Restrictions

Open to public research.

Restrictions on Use :  Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.

Permission to publish material from the John Wilford Carlson papers must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation :  

John Wilford Carlson papers, 1913-1969. (COLL MSS 27). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Arrangement: I. Professional correspondence; II. Mission diary and financial accounts; III. Account books and family papers, including correspondence of John Leroy Carlson, 1943-1945; IV. Miscellaneous papers: Sunday school classes, class notes, Polycross investigations; V. Reports on alfalfa seed production and Lygus bug infestation; VI. Seed setting and production on various plots and regions; VII. Alfalfa studies, Utah Agricultural Experiment Station; VIII. Annual reports of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental Farm; VIII. Miscellaneous papers: master's thesis, radio addresses, published reports. IX. Addendum: Correspondence, essays, and Ph.D. papers.

These materials have been arranged topically, chronologically, and then alphabetically.

Acquisition Information :  

The materials in this collection were donated to USU Special Collections & Archives in 1975 and 1998 by Virginia Carlson Parker.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Correspondence, August 1913-1969
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Mission Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1913 August - 1919 January
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1913 September 5
John W. Carlson - Hazen Hillyards 1915 March 2
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1915 March 3
John W. Carlson - J.E. Lundstrom 1915 September 25
John W. Carlson - J.E. Lundstrom 1915 December 215
John W. Carlson - J.E. Lundstrom 1915 December 23
John W. Carlson - John A. Carlson 1916 October 6
John W. Carlson - Anna Carlson 1918 June 26
Kare Grandpa - John W. Carlson 1918 August 10
John W. Carlson - Theresa [ ] 1918 September 15
John W. Carlson - Mission president 1918 December 25
John W. Carlson - Mission president 1918 December 25
John W. Carlson - Mission president 1919 January 10
1 2 Mission Correspondence and personal letters, Utah and Sweden
(To - From - Date)
1919 February - 1921 January
John W. Carlson - E. LeRoy Hanson 1919 February 11
John W. Carlson - E. LeRoy Hanson 1919 February 12
John W. Carlson - Theresa [ ] 1919 February 16
John W. Carlson - Theresa [ ] 1919 February 17
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1919 March 3
John W. Carlson - Anna Keding 1919 April 6
John W. Carlson - E. Leroy Hanson 1919 May 22
John W. Carlson - E. Leroy Hanson 1919 May 24
John W. Carlson - Greta Lindroth 1919 July 3
John W. Carlson - Greta Lindroth 1919 July 3
John W. Carlson - Anna Rosen 1920 February 1
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1920 March 28
John W. Carlson - Theo Tobiason October 7, 1920
John W. Carlson - Anna Rosen January 23, 1921
John W. Carlson - [ ] June 20, 1921
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1921
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1921
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1921
1 3 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1931 March - 1935 December
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1931 March 27
Eastman Kodak Stores - John W. Carlson 1931 July 14
John W. Carlson - A.L. Hafenrichter 1931 November 12
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal (see also addendum box 14, Fd 12 1934 September 26
John W. Carlson - R. Thomassen 1934 October 4
P.V. Cardon - John W. Carlson 1934 October 13
R.J. Evans - P.V. Cardon 1934 October 16
P.V. Cardon - R.J. Evans 1934 October 19
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1934 October 20
R.J. Evans - P.V. Cardon 1934 October 20
Utah State Agricultural College - W.R. Gillen 1934 December 2
Utah State Agricultural College - W.H. Bell 1935 April 1
John W. Carlson - Wes [ ] 1935 May 3
John W. Carlson - Olga [Carlson] 1935 June 2
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 September 8
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 September 12
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 September 215
John W. Carlson - D.W. Pittman 1935 September 24
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 September 30
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 October 5
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 October 11
John W. Carlson - Vera [Carlson] 1935 October 145
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 October 17
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 October 24
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 November 8
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 December 7
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1935 December 13
John W. Carlson - Olga [Carlson] 1935 December
1 3A Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
January 1936 - December 1937
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1936 January 6
Ina S. Carlson - John W. Carlson 1936 January 10
P.V. Cardon - R.J. Evans 1936 February 1
John W. Carlson - Lea [ ] 1936 February 14
John W. Carlson - R.J. Evans 1936 March 31
John W. Carlson - Wesley Keller 1936 April 4
John W. Carlson - Gerald Thorne 1936 April 18
P.V. Cardon - John W. Carlson 1936 May 16
John W. Carlson - Ina S. Carlson 1936 May 17
John W. Carlson - Ina S. Carlson 1936 May 19
John W. Carlson - Ina S. Carlson 1936 May 26
John W. Carlson - Ina S. Carlson 1936 June 2
John W. Carlson - Lea 1936 June 7
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1936 September 16
John W. Carlson - E.B. Fred 1936 October 3
John W. Carlson - E.B. Fred 1936 October 19
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1936 November 1
John W. Carlson - Dean F. McAlister 1936 November 25
Oscar D. Stanton - Department of Agronomy U. of Wisconsin 1936 December 7
John W. Carlson - C.G. Aduey 1937 January 7
Ed M. Searls - John W. Carlson 1937 January 18
John W. Carlson - Wesley Keller 1937 February 8
[ ] Graber - O.S. Aamodt 1937 March 30
John W. Carlson - Art [ ] 1937 March 30
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1937 April 7
[ ] - R.A. Brink (see also addendum box 14, Fd 9) 1937 April 8
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1937 April 22
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1937 April 29
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt June 2, 1937
John W. Carlson - L.G. Jones 1937 October 15
John W. Carlson - 0.S. Aamodt 1937 November 26
John W. Carlson - Clifton J. Davis 1937 December 3
1 4 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1938 January - 1938 December
John W. Carlson - Ed M. Searls 1938 January 7
John W. Carlson - J.R. Fryer 1938 January 14
John W. Carlson - T.H. Aber 1938 January 17
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1938 January 26
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1938 February 5
John W. Carlson - Ed. M. Searls 1938 February 7
0.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1938 February 12
Imperial Bureau of Pastures and Forage Crops, Great Britain - John W. Carlson 1938 March 10
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1938 March 16
John W. Carlson - C.H. Wilkinson 1938 march 20
H.L. Westover (see also addendum box 14, Fd 15) - John W. Carlson 1938 March 21
I.A. Briggs - John W. Carlson 1938 March 24
Imperial Bureau of Plant Genetics - John W. Carlson 1938 March 25
John W. Carlson - C.B. Johnson 1938 March 30
C.B. Johnson - John W. Carlson 1938 March 31
John W. Carlson - W.E. Bryan 1938 April 2
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1938 April 7
Alfred Fenton- George F. Knowlton 1938 April 12
John W. Carlson - F.V. Owen 1938 April 16
John W. Carlson - G.L. Rees 1938 April 19
U.S. Department of Agriculture - Joseph Haley 1938 April 26
John W. Carlson - F.V. Owens 1938 April 26
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1938 May 4
John W. Carlson - W. Arthur Jones 1938 May 5
Imperial Bureau of Pastures and Forage Crops - R.O. Whyte 1938 May 12
G.A. Holman - John W. Carlson 1938 May 16
W. Arthur Jones - John W. Carlson 1938 May 16
John W. Carlson - W.P. O'Connor 1938 June 1
John W. Carlson - Roy A. Peterson 1938 June 7
Roy A. Peterson - John W. Carlson 1938 June 14
John W. Carlson - E.C. Scott 1938 June 21
Victor P. Rasmussen - David A. Burgoyne 1938 June 21
W.T. Emery - John W. Carlson 1938 June 30
John W. Carlson - F.J. Radeck 1938 July 7
John W. Carlson - H.A. Nelson 1938 July 11
John W. Carlson- W.P. O'Connor 1938 July 12
George Whornham- John W. Carlson 1938 July 14
John W. Carlson - H.L. Spence, Jr. 1938 July 15
John W. Carlson - George Whornham 1938 July 18
John W. Carlson - Mrs. Jacob Magleby 1938 August 10
John W. Carlson - Reed W. Bailey 1938 August 13
LeRoy C. Funk - C.A. Maly 1938 September 2
John W. Carlson - LeRoy C. Funk 1938 September 7
John W. Carlson - C.H. Wilkinson 1938 September 15
Utah State Agricultural College - John W. Carlson 1938 September 26
Utah State Agricultural College - John W. Carlson 1938 September 29
Sigma Xi - J. Stewart Williams Leon B. Linford Datus M. Hammond 1938 October 12
John W. Carlson- H. Wenholy 1938 November 30
John W. Carlson- R.S. Kirby 1938 December 19
N.L. McFarlane - John W. Carlson 1938 December 27
John W. Carlson- O.S. Aamodt 1938 December 28
E.B. Fred - O.S. Aamodt 1938 December 28
Photo Blue Company - John W. Carlson 1938 December 29
T.M. Stevenson - John W. Carlson 1938 December 31
1 5 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1939 January - December
H. Wenholtz - John W. Carlson 1939 January 3
John W. Carlson - W.J. White 1939 January 5
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1939 January 10
John W. Carlson - Margaret O'Halloran 1939 January 11
John W. Carlson - Wesley Keller 1939 January 21
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1939 January 23
Ben L. Christensen - John W. Carlson 1939 January 28
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1939 January 30
Imperial Bureau of Pastures and Forage Crops - John W. Carlson 1939 January 30
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1939 February 1
John W. Carlson - H. Wenholz 1939 February 20
John W. Carlson - C.J. Sorenson 1939 February 27
John W. Carlson - Mac [ ] 1939 March 8
John W. Carlson - Alvin E. Lowe 1939 March 17
John W. Carlson - Robert F. Symons 1939 April 22
Robert F. Symons - John W. Carlson 1939 April 28
John W. Carlson - R.C. Relsted 1939 May 3
H.L. Westover- John W. Carlson 1939 May 6
John W. Carlson - Betty Ransom Atwater 1939 May 24
W.E. Shull- John W. Carlson 1939 May 29
Ransom Seed Laboratory - John W. Carlson 1939 May 31
McLaughlin Gormley King Company- John W. Carlson 1939 July 1
John W. Carlson - B.R. Olson 1939 July 12
B.R. Olson - John W. Carlson 1939 July 18
University of Wisconsin - John W. Carlson 1939 July 29
H.L. Spence - John W. Carlson 1939 August 2
John W. Carlson - H.L. Westover 1939 August 9
John W. Carlson - C.H. Wilkinson 1939 August 11
John W. Carlson- Max Eliason 1939 August 14
Max Eliason - John W. Carlson 1939 August 21
C.G. Haskell - John W. Carlson 1939 August 23
John W. Carlson - W.S. Forester 1939 August 30
John W. Carlson - J.E. White 1939 September l
J.E. White - John W. Carlson 1939 September 7
J.E. White - John W. Carlson 1939 September 7
John W. Carlson - J.E. White 1939 September 8
The Denver Fire Clay Company - John W. Carlson 1939 September 12
University of Wisconsin Press - John W. Carlson 1939 September 26
John W. Carlson - H.A. Edson 1939 October 9
John W. Carlson - W.W. Henderson 1939 October 9
John W. Carlson - W.W. Henderson Rollo W. Woodward 1939 October 30
T.M. Stevenson - John W. Carlson 1939 December 15, 1939
John W. Carlson - T.N. Bryant 1939 December 20, 1939
John W. Carlson - T.N. Bryant 1939 December 27
1 6 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1940 January - December
H.L. Westover- John W. Carlson 1940 January 2
John W. Carlson - J.J. Sexsmith 1940 January 22
T.M. Stevenson - H.L. Westover 1940 January 23
J.J. Sexsmith- John W. Carlson 1940 January 25
John W. Carlson - J.J. Sexsmith 1940 January 30
Spencer Len Company - John W. Carlson 1940 February 7
John W. Carlson - Harrell Dalton 1940 February 8
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1940 February 8
Roof Manufacturing Co. - John W. Carlson 1940 February 9
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1940 February 13
Harrell Dalton - John W. Carlson 1940 February 13
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1940 February 17
B.E. Struckmeyer - John W. Carlson 1940 February 26
Kowallis Implement Co. - John W. Carlson 1940 March 1
Consolidated Wagon and Machinery Co. - John W. Carlson 1940 March 1
H.L. Westover- John W. Carlson 1940 March 2
John W. Carlson- Mrs. James W. Skinner 1940 March 5
Wheeler, Reynolds & Stauffer - John W. Carlson 1940 March 14
John W. Carlson - M.W. Smith 1940 March 15
James W. Skinner - John W. Carlson 1940 March 18
The Midland Elevators - John W. Carlson 1940 March 18
Roy Johnston - John W. Carlson 1940 March 25
General Library, U. of Wisconsin - John W. Carlson 1940 April 12
John W. Carlson - L.P. Wilcox 1940 May 11
L.P. Wilcox - John W. Carlson 1940 May 13
John W. Carlson - L.P. Wilcox 1940 May 14
Central Scientific Co.- John W. Carlson 1940 May 17
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1940 May 20
L.R. Cropper - John W. Carlson 1940 May 25
Nelson Brothers - John W. Carlson 1940 May 25
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1940 June 4
Oliver [ ]- John W. Carlson 1940 June 5
John Toevs - John W. Carlson 1940 June 6
B. Esther Struckmeyer - John W. Carlson 1940 June 18
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1940 June 18
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1940 June 22
B. Esther Struckmeyer - John W. Carlson 1940 June 29
John W. Carlson - H.L. Westover 1940 August 15
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1940 August 20
John W. Carlson - Russell Nelson 1940 August 28
C.M. Packard - V.L. Wildermuth 1940 September 30
John W. Carlson - George Whornham 1940 October 2
John W. Carlson - Lincoln Eliason 1940 October 4
George Whornham - John W. Carlson 1940 October 7
R.W. Harned - T.P. Cassidy 1940 October 12
W.O. Passmore- John W. Carlson 1940 October 30
H.W. Westover- John W. Carlson 1940 October 30
Lincoln Eliason - John W. Carlson 1940 November 8
Charles Bruning Co.- John W. Carlson 1940 November 18
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1940 November 19
John W. Carlson - A.V. Mitchener 1940 November 19
H.L. Westover- C.M. Packard 1940 November 22
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1940 November 26
John W. Carlson - H.L. Westover 1940 December 4
John W. Carlson - Galen A. Hinkle 1940 December 9
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1941 January - August
John W. Carlson - Lee R. Jeppson 1941 January 7
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1941 February 8
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1941 February 10
David Larson - John W. Carlson 1941 February 19
E.R. Jackman - John W. Carlson 1941 February 11
G.H. Servis - John W. Carlson 1941 February 11
A.A. Johnson - John W. Carlson 1941 February 11
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1941 February 141
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1941 February 17
John W. Carlson - H.M. Brown 1941 February 18
John W. Carlson - E.L. Worthen 1941 February 18
John W. Carlson - L.C. Aicher 1941 February 19
Blue Mountain Seed Co. - John W. Carlson 1941 February 24
O.F. Smith - John W. Carlson 1941 February 24
K.C. Livermore - John W. Carlson 1941 February 24
R.E. Robinson- John W. Carlson 1941 February 25
Clarence Hoper - John W. Carlson 1941 February 26
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1941 February 27
John W. Carlson - K.C. Livermore 1941 March 3
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1941 March 4
John W. Carlson - E.R. Jackman 1941 March 4
R.E. Robinson- John W. Carlson 1941 March 4
John W. Carlson - C.F. Barnum 1941 March 6
U.S. Department of Agriculture - E.C. Scott 1941 March 7
C.F. Barnum - John W. Carlson 1941 March 12
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1941 March 26
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1941 March 28
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1941 April 1
Gerald Thorne- John W. Carlson 1941 April 5
John W. Carlson - L.M. Kjar 1941 April 10
L.M. Kjar - John W. Carlson 1941 April 11
Carl Davis - John W. Carlson 1941 April 11
John W. Carlson - Gerald Thorne 1941 April 11
D.W. Thomas - H. L. Westover 1941 April 11
John W. Caxlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1941 May 1
R.J. Evans - Carl G. Davis 1941 May 2
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1941 May 5
Oliver [ ] - John W. Carlson 1941 May 5
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1941 May 7
John W. Carlson - C.H. Wilkinson 1941 May 10
Gerald Thorne John W. - Carlson 1941 May 12
John W. Carlson - M.A. Hein 1941 May 16
John W. Carlson - C.H. Wilkinson 1941 May 23
The Rocky Mountain Seed Company - John W. Carlson 1941 June 2
R.J. Evans - Carl G. Davis 1941 June 3
Carl G. Davis- John W. Carlson 1941 June 7
John W. Carlson - F.C. Vetting 1941 June 9
Utah Agricultural - C.G. Haskell 1941 June 10
Chester G. Haskell - John W. Carlson 1941 June 14
T.E. Stoa - John W. Carlson 1941 June 19
Charles Pickens - John W. Carlson 1941 June 19
John W. Carlson - T.E. Stoa 1941 June 23
E.C. Scott J - ohn W. Carlson 1941 July 8
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1941 July 18
John W. Carlson - Ralph M. Weihing 1941 July 30
The Rocky Mountain Seed Company - John W. Carlson 1941 August 4
Elton Brown - John W. Carlson 1941 August 7
John W. Carlson - C.H. Wilkinson 1941 August 18
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1941 August - December
John W. Caxlson - Ed M. Searls 1941 August 19, 1941
John W. Carlson - S.T. Dexter 1941 August 20
John W. Carlson - Donald A. Ritter 1941 August 22
S.T. Dexter - John W. Carlson 1941 August 25
Donald A. Ritter - John W. Carlson 1941 August 25
Ed M. Searls - John W. Carlson 1941 August 25
John W. Carlson - Clifford L. James 1941 August 28
Ward's Natural Science Establishment, Inc.- John W. Carlson August 30
Eastman Kodak Stores- John W. Carlson 1941 August 30
C.H. Wilkinson - John W. Carlson 1941 September 1
John W. Carlson - A.T. Sinclair 1941 September 6
John W. Carlson - Seth T. Shaw 1941 September 8
John W. Carlson - Sears, Roebuck & Co. 1941 September 10
Sears, Roebuck & Co. - John W. Carlson 1941 September 15
Marrugg Company - John W. Carlson 1941 September 16
H.L. Seamons - John W. Carlson 1941 September 17
John W. Carlson - Marrugg Co. 1941 September 22
John W. Carlson - A.T. Sinclair 1941 September 24
John W. Carlson - H.L. Westover 1941 September 25
John W. Carlson - Eastman Kodak Co. 1941 September 26
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1941 September 26
John W. Carlson - McCracken Smith 1941 September 29
Wood Brothers Thresher Company - John W. Carlson 1941 October 2
John W. Carlson - L.B. Gobel 1941 October 6
H.L. Westover - John W. Carlson 1941 October 7
Wood Brothers Thresher Company - John W. Carlson 1941 October 9
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1941 October 11
McCracken Smith - John W. Carlson 1941 October 13
Wood Brothers Thresher Company - John W. Carlson 1941 October 17
Grain and Feed Journals Consolidated - John W. Carlson 1941 October 19
John W. Carlson - Ed M. Searls 1941 October 20
John W. Carlson - L.B. Gobel 1941 October 20
John W. Carlson - Clifford L. James 1941 October 25
Grain and Feed Journals Consolidated- John W. Carlson 1941 October 28
Clifford L. James - John W. Carlson 1941 October 31, 1941
John W. Carlson - T.N. Bryant 1941 October 31
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1941 November 3
Ward's Natural Science Establishment, Inc. - John W. Carlson 1941 November 4
John W. Carlson - S. Lawrence 1941 November 5
John W. Carlson - Clifford L. James 1941 November 7
Clifford L. James - John W. Carlson 1941 November 14
John W. Carlson - Clifford L. James 1941 November 21
Patten & Ekins - John W. Carlson 1941 November 25
Ruth E. Crist - D.A. Burgoyne 1941 December 2
Helen M. Farley - John W. Carlson 1941 December 11
Oliver [ ] - John W. Carlson 1941 December 16
H.B. Sprague - John W. Carlson 1941 December 17
Photo Blue Company- John W. Carlson 1941 December 19
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1941 December 19
John W. Carlson - H.L. Westover 1941 December 20, 1941
John W. Carlson - H.L. Westover 1941 December 22, 1941
O.M. Smith - John W. Carlson 1941 December 22,
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1942 January - December
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1942 January 6
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1942 January 7
Oliver F. Smith - John W. Carlson 1942 January 8
Sam Sorenson - John W. Carlson 1942 January 19
John W. Carlson - F.C. Vetting 1942 January 19
Rocky Mountain Seed Co. - John W. Carlson 1942 January 31
John W. Carlson - E.C. Scott 1942 February 2
John W. Carlson - H.R. Pedersen 1942 February 7
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1942 February 10
H.L. Westover- John W. Carlson 1942 February 10
David Larson - John W. Carlson 1942 February 12
John W. Carlson - Howard B. Sprague 1942 February 13
H.L. Westover- John W. Carlson 1942 February 17
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1942 February 23
D.C. Cooper - John W. Carlson 1942 February 23
S.R. Boswell - W.W. Owens 1942 March 3
John W. Carlson - Fred S. Ashby 1942 March 15
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1942 March 17
Fred S. Ashby- R.H. Walker 1942 March 24
Fred S. Ashby- John W. Carlson 1942 March 27
John W. Carlson - Fred S. Ashby 1942 April 2
John W. Carlson - H.L. Westover 1942 April 7
John W. Carlson - Clifford L. James 1942 April 8
John W. Carlson - L.B. Gobel 1942 April 11
L.B. Gobel - John W. Carlson 1942 April 13
Clifford L. James - John W. Carlson 1942 April 13
John W. Carlson -E.G. Schafer 1942 April 19
John W. Carlson - A.G. Ruggles 1942 April 21
John W. Carlson - C.J. Willard 1942 April 27
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1942 April 29
C.J. Willard - John W. Carlson 1942 May 4
John W. Carlson - B.M. Anderson 1942 May 29
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1942 June 9
John W. Carlson - Clifford L. James 1942 June 10
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1942 July 3
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1942 July 7
H.F. Klosterman - John W. Carlson 1942 July 9
John W. Carlson - John C. Anderson 1942 July 13
John W. Carlson - R.J. Evans 1942 July 14
John C. Anderson - John W. Carlson 1942 July 16
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1942 July 20
Marden Broadbent - R.J. Evans 1942 July 23
John W. Carlson - Carl James 1942 July 25
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1942 August 3
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1942 August 7
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1942 August 11
John W. Carlson - C.J. Willard 1942 August 12
C.J. Willard - John W. Carlson 1942 August 15
John W. Carlson - C.J. Willard 1942 August 19
John W. Carlson - Carl. James 1942 August 26
Idaho Grimm Growers Association - John W. Carlson 1942 August 31
John W. Carlson - L.C. Collins 1942 September 2
John W. Carlson - Gilbert H. Ahlgren 1942 September 11
George Whornham - John W. Carlson 1942 September 27
John W. Carlson - Elmo A. Gray 1942 October 7
Utah Oil Refining Co. - John W. Carlson 1942 October 12
Local Draft Board No. 22 - John W. Carlson 1942 October 17
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1942 November 12
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1942 November 13
Gilbert H. Ahlgren - John W. Carlson 1942 November 13
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1942 November 16
Army Air Corps - John W. Carlson 1942 November 17
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1942 November 18,
John W. Carlson - H.L. Westover 1942 November 19
H.L. Westover - John W. Carlson 1942 November 28
John W. Carlson - H.F. Klosterman 1942 December 11
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1943 January - February
H.F. Klosterman - John W. Carlson 1943 January 2
John W. Carlson - Roland McKee 1943 January 7
R.J. Evans - R.H. Walker 1943 January 18
John W. Carlson - Howard W. Johnson 1943 January 20
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 January 21
Howard W. Johnson - John W. Carlson 1943 January 26
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 January 26
John W. Carlson - Frank V. Lieberman 1943 January 27
Stanford S. Atwood - John W. Carlson 1943 January 30
Frank V. Lieberman - John W. Carlson 1943 January 30
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1943 February 2
John W. Carlson - Carl James 1943 February 3
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1943 February 5
Executive Committee, Alfalfa Improvement Conference- John W. Carlson 1943 February 5
O.F. Smith - John W. Carlson 1943 February 6
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1943 February 8
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 February 8
John W. Carlson - W.K. Smith 1943 February 8
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 February 9
John W. Carlson - E.R. Jackman 1943 February 10
Agricultural Experiment Station at Stores, Connecticut - John W. Carlson February 11
John W. Carlson - John L. Toevs 1943 February 11
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 February 12
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 February 12
John W. Carlson - C.P. Wilsie 1943 February 13
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 February 15
D.F. Jones - H.M. Tysdal 1943 February 15
John W. Carlson - Gilbert H. Ahlgren 1943 February 16
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 February 16
John W. Carlson - Ian A. Briggs 1943 February 17
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 February 19
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 February 19
Victor P. Rasmussen - H.M. Tysdal 1943 February 22
John W. Carlson - Howard W. Johnson 1943 February 22
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1943 February 23
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 February 23
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1943 February 23
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brine 1943 February 24
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1943 March - April
John W. Carlson - Merrill E. Cook 1943 March 2
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1943 March 3
John W. Carlson - D.C. Cooper 1943 March 3
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 March 3
Merrill Cook - John W. Carlson 1943 March 4
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 March 5
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 March 6
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1943 March 9
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 March 9
H.L. Westover- John W. Carlson 1943 March 10
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1943 March 11
E.R. Jackman - John W. Carlson 1943 March 13
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1943 March 13
Executive Committee, Alfalfa Improvement Conference - John W. Carlson 1943 March 15
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 March 15
John W. Carlson - Carl G. Davis 1943 March 16
John W. Carlson - A.A. Borgeson 1943 March 17
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 March 17
A.A. Borgeson- John W. Carlson 1943 March 18
Carl Davis - John W. Carlson 1943 March 18
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 March 18 1943
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1943 March 20
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 March 20
John W. Carlson - E.C. Scott 1943 March 22
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1943 March 22
R.A. Brink - John W. Carlson 1943 March 23
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 March 23
[ ] Larson - John W. Carlson 1943 March 28
0.S. Aamodt - H.M. Tysdal 1943 March 29
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brink 1943 March 29
John W. Carlson - John L. Toevs 1943 March 29
John W. Carlson - Carl G. Davis 1943 March 30
H.M. Tysda - John W. Carlson 1943 March 30
E.A. Hollowell - H.M. Tysdal 1943 April 2
Kelly Western Seed Co.- John W. Carlson 1943 April 5
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1943 April 6
John W. Carlson - Russell Carothers 1943 April 12
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1943 April 12
John W. Carlson - E.C. Scott 1943 April 13
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 April 14
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1943 April 16
John W. Carlson - C.P. Wilsie 1943 April 16
Russell Carothers- John W. Carlson 1943 April 16
John L. Toevs- John W. Carlson 1943 April 21
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 April 24
Carl Davis - John W. Carlson 1943 April 28
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1943 May - July
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 May 1
John W. Carlson - Howard W. Johnson 1943 May 7
John W. Carlson - Howard W. Johnson 1943 May 8
R.J. Evans - E.A. Hollowell 1943 May 10
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 May 12
Howard Johnson - John W. Carlson 1943 May 13
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 May 17
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 May 18
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 May 20
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1943 May 22
Victor P. Rasmussen- John W. Carlson 1943 May 25
John B. Tope - John W. Carlson 1943 May 25
Kelly Western Seed Co. - John W. Carlson 1943 May 25
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1943 May 26
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 May 29
John W. Carlson - William G. Hoyman 1943 June 1
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 June 2
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1943 June 5
John L. Toevs- John W. Carlson 1943 June 9
William G. Hoyman - John W. Carlson 1943 June 9
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 June 9
John W. Carlson - R. DeGlantz 1943 June 10
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1943 June 10
John W. Carlson - E.A. Hollowell 1943 June 11
E.A. Hollowell - John W. Carlson 1943 June 15
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1943 June 15
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1943 June 16
John W. Carlson - E.C. Scott 1943 June 17
John W. Carlson - W.P. O'Connor 1943 June 22
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1943 June 29
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1943 July 2
William P. O'Connor- William R. Dean 1943 July 3
John W. Carlson - W.P. O'Connor 1943 July 5
John W. Carlson - P.V. Kelly 1943 July 7
George H. Vansell - John W. Carlson 1943 July 8
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1943 July 8
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1943 July 9
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1943 July 12
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1943 July 15
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1943 July 16
John W. Carlson - S.R. Boswell 1943 July 26
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 July 27
John L. Toevs- John W. Carlson 1943 July 27
Marden Broadbent- John W. Carlson 1943 July 29
S.R. Boswell - John W. Carlson 1943 July 29
John W. Carlson - John L. Toevs 1943 July 30
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1943 August 1943 - October
John W. Carlson - Marden Broadbent 1943 August 1
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brink 1943 August 5
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 August 5
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 August 6
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1943 August 7
R.A. Brink - H.M. Tysdal 1943 August 12
R.A. Brink - John W. Carlson 1943 August 12
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 August 12
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1943 August 12
Carl G. Davis- John W. Carlson 1943 August 14
R.A. Brink - John W. Carlson 1943 August 16
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1943 August 16
H.M. Tysdal - R.A. Brink 1943 August 16
John W. Carlson - Carl G. Davis 1943 August 18
E.C. Scott - H.M. Tysdal 1943 August 19
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brink 1943 August 20
R.A. Brink - John W. Carlson 1943 August 21
Carl G. Davis- John W. Carlson 1943 August 21
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1943 August 24
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1943 August 26
E.A. Hollowell - John W. Carlson 1943 August 26
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 September 2
John W. Carlson - E.A. Hollowell 1943 September 2
John W. Carlson - E.C. Scott 1943 September 2
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1943 September 3
H.J. Henny - H.M. Tysdal 1943 September 11
Tan A. Briggs- John W. Carlson 1943 September 14, 1943
John W. Carlson - L.V. Wildermuth 1943 September 14
John W. Carlson - Marden Broadbent 1943 September 20
Birdsell Huller Machine Co. - John W. Carlson 1943 September 21
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 September 21
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1943 September 23
John W. Carlson - G.H. Vansell 1943 September 27
H.M. Tysdal - Chas. R. Jones 1943 September 30
George H. Vansell- H.M. Tysdal 1943 September 30
Consolidated Wagon and Machinery Co. - John W. Carlson 1943 September 30
John W. Carlson - John Braddy 1943 October 4
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1943 October 4
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1943 October 5
John W. Carlson - Roland McKee 1943 October 19
Carl Davis - John W. Carlson 1943 October 20
John W. Carlson - Howard W. Johnson 1943 October 21
George H. Vansell - H.M. Tysdal 1943 October 25
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1943 October 27
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1943 October 29
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1943 November - December
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1943 November 4
John L. Toevs - John W. Carlson 1943 November 4
Howard W. Johnson - John W. Carlson 1943 November 4
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 November 8
H.M. Tysdal - R.A. Brink 1943 November 13
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 November 15
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1943 November 17
John W. Carlson - John L. Toevs 1943 November 18
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1943 November 22
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 November 22
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brink 1943 December 1
John W. Carlson - John L. Toevs 1943 December 2
John L. Toevs- John W. Carlson 1943 December 3
Bliss H. Crandall- John W. Carlson 1943 December 3
R.A. Brink - John W. Carlson 1943 December 3
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 December 6
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 December 9
John W. Carlson - Bliss H. Crandall 1943 December 10
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 December 10
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 December 10
R.A. Brink - H.M. Tysdal 1943 December 10
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1943 December 16
L.F. Graber - O.S. Aamodt 1943 December 16
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 December 20, 1943
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1943 December 21, 1943
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 December 22, 1943
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1943 December 22, 1943
George Abbott- John W. Carlson 1943 December 22, 1943
John W. Carlson - John L. Toevs 1943 December 22, 1943
John L. Toevs- John W. Carlson 1943 December 29, 1943
Bliss H. Crandall - John W. Carlson 1943 December 30, 1943
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1943 December 30, 1943
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1943 December 31, 1943
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1944 January - February
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 January 4
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1944 January 4,
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1944 January 5
John W. Carlson - Bliss H. Crandall 1944 January 6
John W. Carlson - E.R. Jackman 1944 January 11
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 January 12
Harry Ferguson, Inc. - John W. Carlson 1944 January 14
John W. Carlson - Bliss H. Crandall 1944 January 14
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1944 January 15
John W. Carlson - Elmer H. Gibson 1944 January 15
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1944 January 17
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1944 January 22
John W. Carlson - William M. Kasworm 1944 January 22
John W. Carlson - Mrs. David Larson 1944 January 24
J.L. Allison - John W. Carlson 1944 January 26
John W. Carlson - Elmer H. Gibson 1944 January 28
David Larson - John W. Carlson 1944 January 28
Elmer H. Gibson - John W. Carlson 1944 January 28
E.R. Jackman - John W. Carlson 1944 January 28
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 January 29
John W. Carlson - L.C. Collins 1944 February 1
Bliss H. Crandall - John W. Carlson 1944 February 2
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 February 3
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1944 February 5
L.C. Collins - John W. Carlson 1944 February 5
John W. Carlson - Cale C. Johnson 1944 February 5
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1944 February 7
Cale C. Johnson - John W. Carlson 1944 February 7
John W. Carlson - Arthur L. Young 1944 February 8
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 February 8
John W. Carlson - A.D. Byerline 1944 February 9
John W. Carlson - Harland Stevens 1944 February 9
John W. Carlson - G.G. Pohlman 1944 February 10
John W. Carlson - L.C. Collins 1944 February 10
John W. Carlson - William Homer 1944 February 10
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 February 11
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1944 February 14
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 February 16
Paul A. Brigham - John W. Carlson 1944 February 19
Arthur L. Young - John W. Carlson 1944 February 19
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 February 19
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 February 21
John W. Carlson - Alvin G. Law 1944 February 22
John W. Carlson - O.F. Smith 1944 February 22
John W. Carlson - Roland McKee 1944 February 24
Alvin G. Law - John W. Carlson 1944 February 25
O.F. Smith - John W. Carlson 1944 February 25
L.C. Collins - John W. Carlson 1944 February 25
David Larson - John W. Carlson 1944 February 25
John W. Carlson - John L. Toevs 1944 February 28
1 16 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1944 March - May
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 March 1
R.J. Evans - Bliss H. Crandall 1944 March 6
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 March 6
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 March 6
Kelly - Western Seed Co. 1944 March 9
George H. Vansell - John W. Carlson 1944 March 9
John W. Carlson - Kelly 1944 March 10
Delbert E. Cook - John W. Carlson 1944 March 18
John W. Carlson - Delbert E. Cook 1944 March 19
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 March 20
Clarence Hurren - John W. Carlson 1944 March 20
Kelly - Western Seed Co. 1944 March 20
O.F. Smith - John W. Carlson 1944 March 20
John W. Carlson - L.C. Newell 1944 March 23
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 March 27
Steve Regan Seed Co. - John W. Carlson 1944 March 27
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1944 March 27
David Larson - John W. Carlson 1944 March 27
John W. Carlson - Steve Regan Company 1944 March 28
Oliver F. Smith - John W. Carlson 1944 March 29
William M. Kasworm - John W. Carlson 1944 March 29
Denver Fire Clay Co. - John W. Caxlson 1944 March 29
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 March 29
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 April 1
John W. Carlson - Ray Edward 1944 April 3
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1944 April 4
H.M. Tysdal - John L. Toevs 1944 April 8
John L. Toevs- John W. Caxlson 1944 April 10
Ray E. Eual - John W. Carlson 1944 April 10
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 April 10
John W. Caxlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 April 12
John W. Carlson - George H. Vansell 1944 April 12
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1944 April 14
John W. Carlson - Bliss H. Crandall 1944 April 18
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 April 20
James W. Bingham - C.O. Grandlield 1944 April 20
George H. Vansell - John W. Carlson 1944 April 20
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 April 21
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1944 April 22
John W. Carlson - Ian A. Briggs 1944 April 26
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 April 27
H.J. Henney - H.M. Tysdal 1944 April 27
J.I. Hambleton - H.M. Tysdal 1944 April 27
R.A. Brink and L.F. Graber - H.M. Tysdal 1944 April 27
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 April 28
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 May 1
John W. Carlson - Robert L. Matlock 1944 May 1
John W. Carlson - C.P. Wilsie 1944 May 2
John W. Carlson - John L. Toevs 1944 May 5
John W. Carlson - E.C. Scott 1944 May 8
Robert L. Matlock- John W. Carlson 1944 May 9
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1944 May 9
R.J. Evans - R.H. Walker 1944 May 9
John L. Toevs - John W. Carlson 1944 May 10
John W. Carlson - William M. Kasworm 1944 May 12
John W. Carlson - E.C. Scott 1944 May 13
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 May 15
I.J. Johnson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 May 17
Rulon T. Hinkley - John W. Carlson 1944 May 17
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 May 17
Victor P. Rasmussen - John W. Carlson 1944 May 17
William M. Kasworm - John W. Carlson 1944 May 17
1 17 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1944 June - September
V.P. Rasmussen - E.A. Hallowell 1944 June 10
George H. Vansell - John W. Carlson 1944 June 12
E.C. Scott - John W. Carlson 1944 June 23
John W. Carlson - William M. Kasworm 1944 June 26
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brink 1944 July 1
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1944 July 1
Frank V. Liebermann - John W. Carlson 1944 July 7
R.H. Walker - O.S. Aamodt 1944 July 10
John L. Toevs - John W. Carlson 1944 July 10
John W. Carlson - George H. Vansell 1944 July 11
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1944 July 11
John W. Carlson - Bliss H. Crandall 1944 July 12
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 July 17
John L. Toevs- John W. Carlson 1944 July 27
Frank V. Liebermann- John W. Carlson 1944 July 29
John W. Carlson - John L. Toevs 1944 August 3
John L. Toevs - John W. Carlson 1944 August 10
Frank V. Liebermann - John W. Carlson 1944 August 15
W.P. O'Connor - John W. Carlson 1944 August 16
Blanch Gotthardt - John W. Carlson 1944 August 16
R.A. Brink - John W. Carlson 1944 August 16
John W. Carlson - Frank V. Liebermann 1944 August 19
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brink 1944 August 21
John W. Carlson - W.P. O'Connor 1944 August 22
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 August 29
George H. Vansell- John W. Carlson 1944 August 31
R.A. Brink - John W. Carlson 1944 August 31
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 September 2
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 September 4
John W. Carlson - Victor P. Rasmussen 1944 September 6
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1944 September 11
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1944 September 12
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brink 1944 September 14
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1944 September 14
C.S. Garrison- [ ] 1944 September 18
C.S. Garrison- John W. Carlson 1944 September 22
John W. Carlson - Howard W. Johnson 1944 September 25
A.A. Johns - John W. Carlson 1944 September 29
1 18 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1945 January - 1946 March
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1945 January 30
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1945 April 16
John W. Carlson - Bliss H. Crandall 1945 June 21
Members of Executive Committee of the Alfalfa Improvement Conference- John W. Carlson 1945 August 27
John W. Carlson - Gilbert H. Ahlgren 1945 September 6
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1945 September 8
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1945 September 12
John W. Carlson - C.P. Wilsie 1945 September 18
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1945 September 18
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1945 September 19
Executive Committee of the Alfalfa Improvement Conference - John W. Carlson 1945 September 25
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1945 September 26
H.M. Tysdal - Gilbert H. Ahlgren 1945 October 16
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1945 October 25
C.P. Wilsie - H.M. Tysdal 1945 October 25
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1945 November 1
I.J. Johnson - H.M. Tysdal 1945 November 9
H.M. Tysdal - C.P. Wilsie 1945 November 12
I.J. Johnson - H.M. Tysdal 1945 November 16
Don C. Mote - George H. Vansell 1945 December 17
John W. Carlson - George H. Vansell 1945 December 17
George H. Vansell - John W. Carlson 1945 December 21
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1946 January 5
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1946 January 12
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1946 January 19
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1946 January 26
G.H. Ahlgren, - O.A. Briggs, H.M. Tysdal and C.P. Wilsie 1946 January 31
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1946 February 2
Executive Committee, Alfalfa Improvement Conference - John W. Carlson 1946 March 23
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1946 March 23
1 19 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1946 April - 1946 July
John W. Carlson - Gilbert H. Ahlgren 1946 April 2
G.H. Starr - John W. Carlson 1946 April 4
John W. Carlson - Robert L. Matlock 1946 April 8
G.H. Starr - John W. Carlson 1946 April 11
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1946 April 12
L.B. Call - H.M. Tysdal 1946 April 12
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1946 April 15
John W. Carlson - C.P. Wilsie 1946 April 15
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1946 April 16
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1946 April 18
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1946 April 20
F.R. Jones - John W. Carlson 1946 April 20
John W. Carlson - G.H. Starr 1946 April 23
W.L. Slate - H.M. Tysdal 1946 April 23
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1946 April 24
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1946 April 25
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1946 April 26
John W. Carlson - Fred R. Jones 1946 April 27
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1946 May 4
T.M. Stevenson - H.M. Tysdal 1946 May 9
John W. Carlson - Gilbert H. Ahlgren 1946 May 10
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdai 1946 May 10
L.B. Call - H.M. Tysdal 1946 May 10
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1946 May 15
Stanley Folsom - H.M. Tysdal 1946 May 156
H.M. Tysdal - Carroll P. Wilsie 1946 May 15
John W. Carlson - Ralph M. Weihing 1946 May 20
Q.A. Hare - John W. Carlson 1946 June 11
O.L. Barnes - John W. Carlson 1946 June 11
John W. Carlson - W.L. Wanlass 1946 June 13
John W. Carlson - Van Wie Ingham 1946 June 17
C.M. Packard - O.L. Barnes 1946 June 17
John W. Carlson - O.L. Barnes 1946 June 17
John W. Carlson - C.O. Grandfield (see also addendum box 14, Fd 10) 1946 June 24
John W. Carlson - W.J. White 1946 June 29
John W. Carlson - Hugo Graumann 1946 July 1
John W. Carlson - M.W. Cormack 1946 July 4
John W. Carlson - G.G. Moe 1946 July 6
David A. Burgoyne - H.M. Tysdal 1946 July 8
David A. Burgoyne - C.P. Wilsie 1946 July 8
John W. Carlson - C.P. Wilsie 1946 July 8
John W. Carlson - C.J. Willard 1946 July 9
John W. Carlson - Ralph D. Mercer 1946 July 9
John W. Carlson - K.H. Klages 1946 July 11
John W. Carlson - W.H. Hosterman 1946 July 12
John W. Carlson - W.J. White 1946 July 13
John W. Carlson - C.A. Helm 1946 July 15
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1946 July 15
John W. Carlson - Loyd L. Stitt 1946 July 16
David A. Burgoyne - Ernest H. Stanford 1946 July 17
John W. Carlson - W.W. Worzella 1946 July 18
John W. Carlson - W.J. White 1946 July 18
John W. Carlson - P.J. Olson 1946 July 19
John W. Carlson - Bliss H. Crandall 1946 July 19
John W. Carlson - R.W. Peake 1946 July 20
John W. Carlson - H.P. Singleton 1946 July 20
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brink 1946 July 20
John W. Carlson - Herb Albrecht 1946 July 21
1 20 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1946 July
G.H. Ahlgren - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22
H.R. Albrecht - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22
R.H. Brink - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22
P.V. Cardon - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22
M.W. Cormack - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22
Bliss H. Crandall - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22
Stanley Folsom - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22
C.O. Grandfield - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
Hugo Graumann - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
C.A. Helm - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
W.H. Hosterman - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
F. R. Jones - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
K.H. Klages - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
Robert L. Matlock - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
Ralph Mercer - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
G.G. Moe - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
P.J. Olson - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22, 1946
H.P. Singleton - John W. Carlson July 22
O.F. Smith - John W. Carlson July 22
Ernest H. Stanford- John W. Carlson July 22
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson July 22
W.J. White - John W. Carlson July 22
C.J. Willard - John W. Carlson July 22
C.P. Wilsie - John W. Carlson July 22
W.W. Worzella - John W. Carlson 1946 July 22
John W. Carlson - F.V. Lieberman 1946 July 23
John W. Carlson - C.A. Helm 1946 July 24
David A. Burgoyne - John Dean 1946 July 24
John W. Carlson - F.A. Chisholm 1946 July 24
John W. Carlson - A. Stark 1946 July 25
John W. Carlson - R.L. Matlock 1946 July 25
John W. Carlson - Ralph M. Weihing 1946 July 25
David A. Burgoyne - J.F. Fryer 1946 July 25
John W. Carlson - Alvin G. Law 1946 July 26
John W. Carlson - Gilbert H. Ahlgren 1946 July 26
John W. Carlson - W.J. White 1946 July 26
Gilbert H. Ahlgren - John W. Carlson 1946 July 29
John W. Carlson - O.L. Barnes 1946 July 29
David A. Burgoyne- Clarence H. Hanson 1946 July 29
C.A. Helm - John W. Carlson 1946 July 29
Alvin G. Law - John W. Carlson 1946 July 29
R.L. Matlock - John W. Carlson 1946 July 29
John W. Carlson - J.D. Menzies 1946 July 29
F.V. Owen - John W. Carlson 1946 July 29
E.G. Schafer - John W. Carlson 1946 July 29
A. Stark - John W. Carlson 1946 July 29
George Stewart - John W. Carlson 1946 July 29
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1946 July 29
John W. Carlson - L.V. Lieberman 1946 July 29
John W. Carlson - R.L. Parker 1946 July 31
John W. Carlson - L.V. Lieberman 1946 July 31
John W. Carlson - F.V. Owen 1946 July 31
L.L. Stitt - John W. Carlson 1946 July 31
1 21 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1946 August - 1948 December
John W. Carlson - J.C. Loomis Co. 1946 August 1
John W. Carlson - T.A. Kiesselbach 1946 August 1
John W. Carlson - Forrest M. Willhite 1946 August 26
John W. Carlson - Ralph D. Mercer 1946 August 2
John W. Carlson - Glenn 0. Jones 1946 August 2
John W. Carlson - H.P. Singleton 1946 August 3
Project Leaders - John W. Carlson 1948 February 6
H.M. Tysda - John W. Carlson 1948 February 26
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1948 March 12
M.W. Peterson - H.M. Tysdal 1948 March 12
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1948 March 26
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1948 April 6
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1948 April 9
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1948 April 12
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1948 April 14
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1948 April 16
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1948 April 16
H.M. Tysdal - John W. Carlson 1948 April 20
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1948 June 15
John W. Carlson - C.O. Grandfield 1948 June 22
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1948 June 24
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1948 December 22
1 22 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1949 March - 1960 December
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1949 March 14
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1949 December 16
John W. Carlson - O.S. Aamodt 1950 January 6
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1950 January 16
W.M. Myers - John W. Carlson 1950 January 19
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1950 January 20
Director Walker - John W. Carlson 1950 January 20
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson 1950 January 20
O.S. Aamodt - John W. Carlson November 10
O.F. Smith - John W. Carlson 1951 January 16
Erik Akerberg - John W. Carlson 1951 January 17
John W. Carlson - G. Donald Munger 1951 March 28
H.C. Knoblauch - R.H. Walker 1951 August 10
R.H. Walker - E.C. Elting 1951 August 30
John W. Carlson - Dee A. Broadbent 1951 October 11
Clarence W. Austin - Dee A. Broadbent 1951 October 11
John W. Carlson - Virginia Carlson 1953
John W. Carlson - H.O. Graumann 1955 April 25
John W. Carlson - H.O. Graumann 1955 May 1
John W. Carlson - H.O. Graumann 1955 June 2,
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1955 July 27
D.W. Thorne - L.F. Graber 1955 August 18
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1955 August 30, 1955
John W. Carlson - D.W. Thorne 1955 September 1, 1955
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1955 September 6, 1955
John W. Carlson - Sven Bingefors 1955 September 16, 1955
L.F. Graber - John W. Carlson 1955 October 20,
John W. Carlson - Kelly 1956 April 12
Jack E. Horton - John W. Carlson 1956 April 20
H.O. Graumann - John W. Carlson 1956 May 2
John W. Carlson - H.O. Graumann 1956 May 8
John W. Carlson - Clarence H. Hanson 1956 May 9
John W. Carlson - William R. Kehr 1956 June 5
John W. Carlson - H.O. Graumann 1956 October 4
John W. Carlson. - H.O. Graumann December 5
H.O. Graumann - John W. Carlson 1957 January 4
John W. Carlson - Clarence H. Hanson 1957 January 21
John W. Carlson - Dale C. Dahl 1958 March 6
Dale C. Dahl - John W. Carlson 1958 March 108
John W. Carlson - Sven Bingefors 1959 February 9
John W. Carlson - Arne Hagberg 1959 May 4
Arne Hagberg - John W. Carlson 1959 May 26
C.S. Garrison - John W. Carlson 1959 June 3
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1959 October 26
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1960 September 28
John W. Carlson - Wynne Thorne 1960 December 15
2 1 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
January 1961 - December 1961
DeVere R. McAllister - Wynne Thorne 1961 January 18
C.S. Garrison - John W. Carlson 1961 February 8
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1961 February 17
Gustafson Manufacturing Company, Inc. - John W. Carlson 1961 March 2
D.B. Grissom - John W. Carlson 1961 March 2
C.S. Garrison - John W. Carlson 1961 March 3
H.O. Graumann - John W. Carlson 1961 March 3
John W. Carlson - Dale B. Grissom 1961 March 14
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1961 March 20
Erik Akerberg- John W. Carlson 1961 May 16
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1961 May 18
John W. Carlson - H.O. Graumann 1961 September 28
C.S. Garrison- John W. Carlson 1961 September 29
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1961 October 3
John W. Carlson - Doris Reeder 1961 November 6
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1961 November 6
John W. Carlson - J.H. Hempstead 1961 November 27
Eugene A. Hollowell - H.O. Graumann 1961 December 8
Eugene A. Hollowell - John W. Carlson 1961 December 19
Experiment Station Staff - Wynne Thorne 1961 December 21
2 2 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
January 1962 - March 1962
John W. Carlson - Wynne Thorne 1962 January 8
John W. Carlson -C.S. Garrison 1962 February 6
John W. Carlson - H.O. Graumann 1962 February 6
John W. Carlson - Wynne Thorne 1962 February 13
Wynne Thorne - John W. Carlson 1962 February 16
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1962 March 5
C.S. Garrison - John W. Carlson 1962 March 12
C.S. Garrison - John W. Carlson 1962 March 142
C.J. Sorenson - John W. Carlson 1962 March 15
John W. Carlson - [ ] 1962 March 20
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1962 March 20
C.S. Garrison - John W. Carlson 1962 March 23
John W. Carlson - Wynne Thorne 1962 March 23
George Q. Bateman - John W. Carlson 1962 May 25
2 3 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
March 1962
John W. Carlson - Erik Akerberg 1962 March 5
John W. Carlson - H.R. Albrecht 1962 February 26
John W. Carlson - Lloyd E. Arnold 1962 March 9
John W. Carlson - George Q. Bateman 1962 March 15
John W. Carlson - D.F. Beard 1962 March 9
John W. Carlson - Glenn T. Baird 1962 March 19
John W. Carlson - W.H. Bennett 1962 February 21
John W. Carlson - G.E. Bohart 1962 March 9
John W. Carlson - R.A. Brink 1962 March 5
John W. Carlson - David A. Burgoyne 1962 February 23
John W. Carlson - P.V. Cardon 1962 February 21
John W. Carlson - Daryl Chase 1962 March 20
John W. Carlson - Lealand A. Clark 1962 February 19
John W. Carlson - E.N. Fergus 1962 March 8
John W. Carlson - Stanley B. Folsom 1962 March 6
John W. Carlson - Carl Frischknecht 1962 February 19
John W. Carlson - C.S. Garrison 1962 March 5
John W. Carlson - L.F. Graber 1962 February 23
John W. Carlson - H.O. Graumann 1962 March 9
John W. Carlson - C.H. Hanson 1962 February 23
John W. Carlson - Gladys Harrison 1962 March 14
John W. Carlson - M.A. Hein 1962 March 9
John W. Carlson - E.A. Hollowell 1962 March 14
John W. Carlson - A.C. Hull, Jr. 1962 March 6
John W. Carlson - Louis A. Jensen 1962 March 92
John W. Carlson - Edith Seymour Jones 1962 March 10
John W. Carlson - Wesley Keller 1962 March 12
John W. Carlson - George F. Knowlton 1962 February 19
John W. Carlson - Lyn Larsen 1962 February 27
John W. Carlson - Rollo R. Larsen 1962 February 26
John W. Carlson - D.F. McAlister 1962 March 12
John W. Carlson - D.R. McAllister 1962 February 21
John W. Carlson - W.M. Myers 1962 February 26
John W. Carlson - M.W. Pedersen 1962 February 20
John W. Carlson - Erastus Peterson 1962 March 1
John W. Carlson - H.B. Peterson 1962 March 2
John W. Carlson - Blanchet Don Pittman 1962 February 25
John W. Carlson - H.H. Kampton 1962 March 8
John W. Carlson - W.A. Riedl 1962 March 5
John W. Carlson - Reed S. Roberts 1962 March 16
John W. Carlson - Harry Schoth 1962 February 22
John W. Carlson - D.C. Smith 1962 March 6
John W. Carlson - Golden L. Stoker 1962 March 19
John W. Carlson - Loyd [ ] 1962
John W. Carlson - Del Tingey 1962 March 16
John W. Carlson - Wynne Thorne 1962 February 27
John W. Carlson - June B. Thorson 1962 March 9
John W. Carlson - H.M. Tysdal 1962 March 10
John W. Carlson - A. Glenn Wahlquist 1962 March 13
John W. Carlson - George Whornham 1962 March 13
John W. Carlson - Vernal Willie 1962 March 1
John W. Carlson - LeMoyne Wilson 1962 February 27
John W. Carlson - Rollo [ ] 1962 February 19
John W. Carlson - Delos Zobell 1962 February 21
John W. Carlson - Charles J. Sorenson 1962 June 5
John W. Carlson - Raymond W. Miller LeMoyne Wilson A.C. Hull, Jr. 1962 February 13
2 4 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
April 1962 - August 1962
A.C. Hull, Jr. - Olaf Aamodt 1962 April 16
D.W. Thorne - John W. Carlson 1962 April 25
John W. Carlson - Wynne Thorne 1962 April 30
John W. Carlson - Leon Michaelsen 1962 May 4
John W. Carlson - Friends in Agronomy Department 1962 May 19
Wynne Thorne - John W. Carlson 1962 May 292
John W. Carlson - Lloyd E. Arnold 1962 June 4
John W. Carlson - Charles [ ] 1962 June 5
John W. Carlson - Orville L. Freeman 1962 June 5
John W. Carlson - W.H. Bennett 1962 June 7
Ralph D. Bird- John W. Carlson 1962 August 23
J. Wilbur Eshom - John W. Carlson 1962 August 31
2 5 Correspondence
(To - From - Date)
1962 September - 1969
John W. Carlson - Donald S. Williams 1962 September 20
John W. Carlson - Donald S. Williams 1962 October 3
John W. Carlson - J.W. Eshom 1962 October 17
John W. Carlson - Eric Lundstrom 1962 November 14
D.W. Thorne - John W. Carlson 1963 January 28
John W. Carlson - L.R. Rice 1963 February 27
John W. Carlson - Donald S. Williams 1963 March 4
John W. Carlson - Wayne T. Wright 1963 June 28
John W. Carlson - J.P. Slattery 1964 December 2
John W. Carlson - Emmett Devine 1967 August 30
Leeds Bailey - Carl A. Johansen 1967
John W. Carlson - A. Glenn Wahlquist 1968 January 30
John W. Carlson - Loyd L. Stitt 1969 November 3
John W. Carlson - Glenn Wahlquist [ ] January 29
Carl A. Johansen - John W. Carlson Undated

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Missionary diaries and financial papers
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
2 6 Miscellaneous papers
2 7 Miscellaneous items
2 7a War bonds and personal papers
2 8 Diary
1925 - 1930
2 8a Record of experiments and work done in relation to alfalfa seed
1937
2 9 Notes on the study of soil
2 10 Miscellaneous notes
2 11 Bank statement from First National Bank, 1935. Receipts from C.H. Carlson Furniture Co.
1932 March - 1933 December
2 12 John W. Carlson's address book
2 13 Missionary materials
3 1 Mission diary, volume 1
1916 April - 1917 June
3 2 Mission diary, volume 2
1917 June - 1918 October
3 3 Mission diary, volume 3
1918 November - 1919 June
3 4 Book of Swedish poetry translated while on mission
3 5 Record of finances for the Botany Department
1922 June - 1925 September
3 6 Account book of automobile expenses, 1920 - 1937, and account sheet
1934 - 1935
3 7 Financial accounts
1925 - 1935
3 8 Record of expenses, especially farm and personal
1931 - 1938

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Financial papers, family papers, John L. Carlson correspondence, 1943 - 1945
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
4 1 Missionary materials
4 2 Ration coupons from Sweden
1916 - 1918
4 3 John W. Carlson's passport to Sweden when leaving for mission
1916
4 4 Automobile mileage and expense book
1945 April - 1949 June
4 5 Plymouth sedan expenses
1947 June - 1951 July
4 6 Account book
1946 July - 1952 June
4 7 Automobile expense record
1950 January - 1955 December
4 8 Expense book for Jeep and pick-up truck
1954 April - 1964 June
4 9 Financial accounts
4 10 Biography of Ina Elvina Sorensen Carlson
4 11 Obituary of Carl H. Carlson in Logan Herald Journal
1935 June 17
4 12 Correspondence sent, received, or concerned with John L. Carlson
1946 December - 1944 July
4 13 Correspondence sent, received, or concerning John L. Carlson
4 14 Correspondence sent, received, or concerned with John L. Carlson
1944 November - 1945 February
4 15 Correspondence sent, received, or concerned with John L. Carlson
1945 March - May
4 16 Correspondence sent, received, or concerned with John L. Carlson
1945 June - July
4 17 Correspondence sent, received, or concerned with John L. Carlson
Undated
4 18 John LeRoy Carlson's funeral
1945 July 14
4 19 John LeRoy Carlson's cash account book
1940 January - 1942 January

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Papers Of John L. Carlson and John W. Carlson
Container(s)
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Dates
Box
Folder
5 1 John L. Carlson's school papers and reports
5 la Personal papers and effects of John L. Carlson
5 lb Personal papers and effects of John L. Carlson
5 lc Account book of John L. Carlson
5 2 John L. Carlson's address book
5 3 John L. Carlson's bird study book
5 4 Personal papers and effects of John L. Carlson
5 5 Sunday school lessons and inspirational notes
5 6 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes, part 2
5 7 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes, part 3
5 8 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes, part 4
5 9 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes, part 5
5 10 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes, part 6
5 11 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes, part 7
5 12 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes, part 8
5 13 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes, part 9
5 14 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes, part 10
5 15 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes
5 16 Sunday School lessons and inspirational notes
5 17 Botany 117 class at University of Wisconsin
1936 - 1937
5 18 Botany 117 class at University of Wisconsin
1936-1937
5 19 Botany 117 class at University of Wisconsin
5 20 Botany 117 class at University of Wisconsin
5 20a Class materials from the University of Wisconsin
1935-1936
5 21 Polycross Investigation: Correspondence regarding foundation seed with the University of Wisconsin
5 22 Polycross Investigation: Correspondence dealing with Southeast nursery summary and seed increase
1954
5 23 Polycross Investigation: Southeast nursery summary, 1955. Nineteen fifty-four data on the 100 Sl clones sent to John W. Carlson
5 24 Polycross Investigation: Comparative seed and forage yields in clonal lines of alfalfa
1954-1956

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Reports on alfalfa seed production and lygus bug infestation, 1955 - 1956

[Topical Arrangement]

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
6 1 Polycross Investigation: Southeast analysis of seed data
1955
6 la Polycross Investigation: Central. Conference, 1954 and central region seed yields
1955 - 1956
6 lb Polycross Investigation: Northeastern regional nursery
6 lc Studies of alfalfa seed production in Utah
6 2 "Results of a Four-Year Alfalfa Seed Productivity Test," and "Covariance in Seed and Forage Yields of Alfalfa,"
6 3 "Trends in Seed Yields of Alfalfa," and "New Insecticides,"
6 4 Alfalfa seed production
6 5 "Highlights in the History of Research in Alfalfa Seed Production,"
6 6 Reports on alfalfa seed production and control of Lygus Bugs
6 7 "Lygus Infestation in Alfalfa as Related to the Production of Seed,"
6 8 "Trends in Principles and Practices Affecting the Production of Alfalfa Seed,"
6 9 Alfalfa seed production, seed setting, and yield
6 10 Reports on seed yields of alfalfa and Lygus Bug Damage in alfalfa
6 11 Lygus Bug damage in alfalfa seed
6 12 Seed yields of alfalfa
6 13 "Water in Relation to Seed Production in Alfalfa,"
6 14 "A Study Guide for Alfalfa Seed Growers,"
6 15 "Sources of Variability in Yields of Alfalfa Seed,"
6 16 Seed productivity tests
6 17 Alfalfa seed productivity tests
1946
6 18 "Toxicogenic Effects of Lygus Bugs on Alfalfa as Related to Seed Production," part 1
6 19 "Toxicogenic Effects of Lygus Bugs on Alfalfa as Related to Seed Production," part 2
6 20 Lygus Bug manuscripts

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Reports and experiments dealing with alfalfa seed productivity and lygus bug control
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
7 1 Notes on seed yields
7 2 Notes on seed yields, part 2
7 3 Notes on seed yields, part 3
7 4 Miscellaneous alfalfa seed yield data
1951
7 5 Trends and sources of variability in yields of alfalfa seed, part 1
7 6 Trends and sources of variability in yields of alfalfa seed, part 2
7 7 Alfalfa seed yield information
7 8 "A Study Guide for Alfalfa Seed Growers,"
(see also addendum box 15 for draft)
7 9 "A Study Guide for Alfalfa Seed Growers,"
7 10 Alfalfa seed yields
7 11 Alfalfa seed production and yield
7 12 Analysis of variance
7 13 Alfalfa seed yields and Lygus Bug control
7 14 Alfalfa seed yields
7 15 Variability in seed yields
7 16 Alfalfa seed production in dryland areas, part 1
7 17 Alfalfa seed production in dryland areas, part 2
7 18 "Significant Moments in the Story of Alfalfa Production," (Utah, 1867 - 1967)
7 19 "Cultural and Economic Aspects During a Century of Alfalfa Seed Production," (Utah)
7 20 "History and Tradition in a Century of Alfalfa Seed Production," (1867 - 1967)
7 21 The history and early development of alfalfa in Utah
7 22 Field services activities in relation to alfalfa seed production
7 23 Final reports of alfalfa seed yields
1963
7 24 Experimental work in alfalfa and personal papers

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Seed setting & production on various plots and regions
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
8 1 "Thirty Years of Research in Alfalfa Seed Production
8 2 Papers on alfalfa seed production
8 3 Papers on alfalfa seed production
8 4 Analysis of seed productivity
8 5 "Future Patterns of Forage Seed Production and Consumption in a World of Changing Agriculture,"
8 6 Dusting crop data and alfalfa seed yields
8 7 Studies in relation to dusting for Lygus control
8 8 Advertisements and pollination studies
8 9 Regional alfalfa seed research. Laboratory plans, reports, and correspondence
1946-1948
8 10 Analyses, reports, and productivity on South Logan plots
8 11 Southeast nursery field data and summary
8 12 Analyses, data and seed production in Central region
8 13 Analyses, data, and seed production in Northeast nursery
8 14 Potter farm excerpts, part 1
8 15 Potter farm excerpts, part 2
8 16 Seed setting and production on South farm, part 1
8 17 Seed setting and production on South farm, part 2
8 18 South farm data, part 1
8 19 South farm data, part 2,
8 20 Covariance analysis, Newton, part 1
8 21 Covariance analysis, Newton, part 2

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Alfalfa studies, Utah ag. experiment station, alfalfa conference papers
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
9 1 Covariance analysis, South farm and Newton
9 2 Petersboro plots data
9 3 Petersboro plots data
9 4 Petersboro plots seed setting and seed production
9 5 Insurance papers, Utah Agricultural Experiment Station inventory and John W. Carlson's retirement
9 6 "Summary Analysis Alfalfa Seed Production Utah Agricultural Experiment Station," (1925 - 1961)
9 7 Utah Agricultural Experiment Station
March 1960
9 8 Utah Agricultural Experiment Station project no. 323
9 9 Utah Agricultural Experiment Station progress reports
9 10 Plans for red clover seed production
9 11 Uintah Basin alfalfa seed experimental farm
9 12 Uintah Basin alfalfa seed experimental farm charts and test records
9 13 Alfalfa Improvement Conference
9 14 Summary report of the First Alfalfa Improvement Conference
June 1934
9 15 Replication studies data
1943
9 16 Replication studies data
1943
9 17 Seminar reports
9 18 Correspondence and papers dealing with Foundation Seed Program
9 19 John W. Carlson's retirement papers
9 20 Retirement papers

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Annual reports, 1926 - 1947
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
10 1 First Annual Report of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental Farm
1926
10 2 Second Annual Report of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental farm
1927
10 3 Third Annual Report of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental Farm
1928
10 4 Fourth Annual Report of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental Farm
1929
10 5 Fifth Annual Report of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental Farm
1930
10 6 Sixth Annual Report of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental Farm
1931
10 7 Seventh Annual Report of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental farm
1932
10 8 Eighth Annual Report of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental Farm
1933
10 9 Annual Report
1937
10 10 Annual Report
1938
10 11 Annual Report
1939
10 12 Annual Report
1940
10 13 Annual Report
1941
10 14 Annual Report
1942
10 15 Annual Report
1943
10 16 Annual Report
1944
10 17 Annual Report
1945
10 18 Annual Report
1946
10 19 Annual Report
1947

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Annual reports, Carlson's MA Thesis, Radio addresses and published reports
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
11 1 Annual Report
1948
11 2 Annual Report
1949
11 3 Annual Report
1950
11 4 Annual Report
1951
11 5 Annual Report
1952
11 6 Annual Report
1953
11 7 Annual Report
1954
11 8 Annual Report
1955
11 9 Annual Report
1956
11 10 Annual Report
1957
11 11 Annual Report
1958
11 12 Annual Report
1959
11 13 Annual Report
1960
11 14 Annual, Report
1961
11 15 Annual Reports
1960-1962
11 16 Notes from John W. Carlson's field book
11 17 John W. Carlson's masters thesis
1927
11 18 KSL radio addresses by John W. Carlson
11 l8a Utah Agricultural Experiment Station broadcast over KVNU
October 1939
11 19 Published works
(see also addendum box 15)
1930-1940
11 20 Published articles
1941-1946
11 21 Published works
1950-1960

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USU directories, Alfalfa bibliographies and other
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
12 1 USU directories and other university publications
12 2 Swedish article translated by John W. Carlson. "Propagation of Alfalfa by Means of Stein Cuttings"
1925
12 3 Bibliography-Alfalfa-John W. Carlson
12 4 Bibliography-Alfalfa-John W. Carlson
12 5 Willie Larson experiments
12 6 "Profile of Utah State,"
12 7 Miscellaneous papers, Swedish article and miscellaneous figures and charts
12 8 Miscellaneous papers and newspaper clippings
12 9 Miscellaneous papers
12 10 Miscellaneous papers
12 11 Miscellaneous papers

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Diplomas, pollination studies, financial papers, 1926, and charts
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box
13

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Addendum Papers of John W. Carlson; Correspondence and Essays, 1939-1968
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
14 1 Outgoing correspondence of Carlson 1936-1937
14 2 Outgoing correspondence of Carlson 1938
14 3 Outgoing correspondence of Carlson 1939-1940
14 4 Outgoing correspondence of Carlson 1941
14 5 Outgoing correspondence of Carlson 1942-1943
14 6 Outgoing correspondence of Carlson 1958-1959
14 7 Outgoing correspondence of Carlson 1960-1966
14 8 Incoming correspondence, A-Z
14 9 Incoming correspondence, R. A. Brink 1936-1942
14 10 Incoming correspondence, C. O. Grandfield 1937-1943
14 11 Incoming correspondence, F. R. Jones 1941-1942
14 12 Incoming correspondence, H. M. Tysdal 1934-1937
14 13 Incoming correspondence, H. M. Tysdal 1938-1939
14 14 Incoming correspondence, H. M. Tysdal 1940-1942
14 15 Incoming correspondence, H. L. Westover 1941-1942
14 16 Miscellaneous third party correspondence concerning Carlson
14 17 "Age of Alfalfa Plant in Relation to Seed Yields," Undated
14 18 "Alfalfa," draft Undated
14 19 "Alfalfa; Its History, Habits, and Varieties," Undated
14 20 "Alfalfa Seed Productivity Tests," Undated
14 21 "The Alfalfa Seed Situation in Utah," 1932
14 22 "Covariance in Seed and Forage Yields of Alfalfa," Undated
14 23 "Experimental Work in Relation to Alfalfa-Seed Growing," 1933
14 24 "Garden Vegetables & Hardy Annual Flowering Plants for the Uintah Basin," Undated
14 25 "Growing Alfalfa Seed in Dryland Regions," draft Undated
14 26 "Growing Corn for Grain and Silage in the Uintah Basin," Undated
14 27 "History of Alfalfa," draft Undated
14 28 "Improvement of Alfalfa Seed Production in Dryland Regions," two drafts Undated
14 29 "Introduction of Alfalfa into Utah," draft Undated
14 30 "Results of a 4-Year Alfalfa Seed Productivity Test," 1958
14 31 "Seed Setting and Seed Production in Alfalfa as Affected by Lygus Bugs," Undated
14 32 "Sources of Variation in Seed Yields of Alfalfa," Undated
14 33 "A Study of the Structure, Composition, and Origin of the Soils in the Desert Range," draft Undated
14 34 "A Study Guide for Alfalfa Seed Growers," draft Undated
14 35 "Trends in Seed Yields of Alfalfa," draft Undated
14 36 "Work of the Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experiment Farm," draft Undated
14 37 Miscellaneous papers and drafts (some incomplete)

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Addendum Papers of John W. Carlson; Publications, Ph.D. Dissertation, and other papers, 1926-1977
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
15 1 Carlson, "Alfalfa; Its History, Habits, and Varieties," The Uintah Basin Farmer 1926 February 15
15 2 Carlson & Stewart, "Alfalfa Seed Production," Utah Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin, # 226 1931 May
15 3 Carlson, "Growing Alfalfa Seed," Utah Agricultural Experiment Station Circular, # 97 1932 March
15 4 Carlson, "Alfalfa Seed Investigations in Utah," Utah Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin, # 258
1935 November
15 5 Carlson, "Lygus Bug Damage to Alfalfa in Relation to Seed Production," Journal of Agricultural Research, Vol. 61, # 1 1940 December
15 6 Jeppson & MacLeod, "Lygus Bug Injury & its Effect on the Growth of Alfalfa," Journal of Agricultural Science, Vol. 17, # 4
(discusses Carlson's research).
1946 November
15 7 Parker, V. C., "Diamonds in the Dust: A History of Alfalfa Seed Research in Utah," 1977
15 8 Carlson's Ph.D. Diploma 1939
15 9 Carlson's Ph.D. Dissertation 1939
15 10 Class notes 1938
15 11 Class notes 1938
15 12 Conference Notes Undated
15 13 "History and Tradition in a Century of Alfalfa Seed Production in Utah," draft Undated
15 14 Certificates
15 15 Minutes of the annual International Crop Improvement Assoc. 1942
15 16 Utah state charter of Society of Sigma XI; By-Laws Undated
15 17 Constitution of the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Undated
15 18 Funeral program of J. W. Carlson 1977

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Subjects

    • Personal Names :
    • Carlson, John Leroy, 1926-1945.  ( contributor)
    • Carlson, John Leroy, 1926-1945--Correspondence.
    • Carlson, John Wilford, 1892-
    • Parker, Virginia Carlson. Biography of John W. Carlson.  ( contributor)
    • Family Names :
    • Carlson family.
    • Corporate Names :
    • Uintah Basin Alfalfa Seed Experimental Farm.
    • Utah Agricultural Experiment Station.
    • Utah State University--Faculty and staff.
    • Utah State University--Faculty.
    • Subject Terms :
    • Agricultural extension workers--Utah.
    • Alfalfa--Seeds--Research.
    • Lygus--Control--Research.
    • Mormon missionaries--Sweden--Diaries.

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