Guide to the Royal G. Jackson Papers
circa 1905 - 1992

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Creator: Jackson, Royal G.
Title: Royal G. Jackson Papers
Dates: circa 1905 - 1992 ( inclusive )
circa 1930 - 1992 ( bulk )
Quantity: 4.25 cubic feet including 1050 photographs and 214 sound recordings (12 boxes and 2 map folders)
Collection Number: MSS JacksonR
Summary: The Royal G. Jackson Papers consist of materials created or assembled by Jackson in the course of his research. The bulk of the materials pertain to the history of the Oregon State University College of Forestry, McDonald – Dunn Research forest, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Arboretum, and nature-based tourism in central Oregon and Costa Rica. The papers include extensive oral history sound recordings and photographs, in addition to manuscripts, publications and reference materials. Jackson was a faculty member in the Oregon State University College of Forestry from 1970 until 2004.
Repository: Oregon State University Libraries
Special Collections & Archives Research Center

121 The Valley Library
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-4501
Phone: 541-737-2075
Email: scarc@oregonstate.edu
Web: http://scarc.library.oregonstate.edu

Languages: Materials in English. 

Biographical Note

Royal G. Jackson was a faculty member in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University from 1970 until his retirement in 2004. Jackson taught courses in recreation resource management and nature-based tourism; his research interests included forest history, nature-based tourism, and protected area management, especially international parks and reserves. He pursued research projects in the western United States and in Costa Rica. As part of his research, Jackson conducted numerous oral history projects pertaining to the history of forestry, specifically, the Oregon State University College of Forestry, the McDonald-Dunn Research Forest and the Civilian Conservation Corps (C.C.C.) Camp Arboretum in Benton County, Oregon and the Winema National Forest, Klamath, Oregon. Other oral histories focused on Soap Creek Valley in Benton County, Oregon; Basques in Harney County, Oregon; nature- based tourism or ecotourism in Deschutes County, Oregon and in Costa Rica; and the Battle of the Bighorn from the perspective of the Northern Cheyenne descendants. The majority of his projects were published as monograph series. Jackson earned his BA in 1960 from the University of New Mexico, an MA in 1965 from Western New Mexico University, and his Ph.D. from the University of New Mexico in 1971.

Content Description

The Royal G. Jackson Papers consist of materials created or assembled by Jackson in the course of his research on forest history and nature-based tourism. The collection includes oral history sound recordings, edited and final transcripts, signed release forms; an interview log for the Costa Rica project, manuscripts, publications, research and documentary materials and photographs assembled by Jackson. The bulk of oral histories held are from 1978-1992, with the exception of the 1968 W.F. McCulloch interviews. Many of Jackson’s oral history projects were also deposited with the Horner Museum oral history collections, not all of those collections are represented in Jackson’s papers.

Notable Oregon State faculty and administrators with interviews in the collection are: W.F. McCulloch, Dean of Forestry from 1955 to 1966, Paul M. Dunn, Dean of Forestry 1942 to 1955, Alan B. Berg, Fred Decker, Harriet Moore, Rudy Kallander, Marvin Rowley, and William A. Davies and many forestry faculty and alumni.

The oral history sound recordings consist of 214 audiocassettes. The majority (105) are recordings of 58 interviews conducted in Costa Rica in 1992 of individuals involved in the environmental movement and nature-based ecotourism in Costa Rica. An interview log, with a brief description of the topics addressed in each interview, as well as transcripts for 11 interviews are part of the collection.

Recordings of interviews with College of Forestry faculty and students and Civilian Conservation Corps members stationed at Camp Arboretum are also included. These interviews were undertaken in 1978-1980. The collection includes transcripts and project files for these interviews and others, as well as 66 audiocassettes. The third component of the oral history sound recordings are 40 audiocassettes of interviews conducted in 1988-1989 with Bend and Redmond, Oregon, residents. The transcripts of 15 of these interviews were published as the 15 volume monograph series, Diversification of a resource-based community through the development of tourism, Deschutes County, Oregon. Draft transcripts or project files for this project are not included in the collection.

Royal Jackson interviewed the majority of the oral history subjects; some were conducted jointly with his wife, Jennifer A. Lee; and some solely by Lee. Transcribers included: Ardis Rudisill, Joyce O’Neel, Marta Krieg, Susan C. Wharton, and Karen Thomas.

The bulk of the paper records consist of informational and reference materials, maps, manuscripts, and publications pertaining to McDonald Forest; the College of Forestry; the Civilian Conservation Corps, especially Camp Arboretum; Peavy Arboretum; and forest history, especially in western Oregon. Of special note are two 1980 publications on the McDonald-Dunn Forests: McDonald-Dunn Forests – Ethnography, written by Sandy Snyder, and McDonald-Dunn Forests – Human Use and Occupation, written by Royal Jackson. A final report for the Custer Battlefield National Monument Oral History Program which included interviews of Northern Cheyenne descendants about the Battle of the Bighorn is also part of the collection.

The collection includes an extensive photographic component, primarily of images assembled by Jackson in the course of his research. Many of the images were part of the School of Forestry's photographic collections at one point and some of these were taken or assembled originally for use in the forestry student publication, the Annual Cruise. The photographs include images of forestry students, faculty, and notable alumni; field trips and work crews; Fernhopper Banquets and special events; and images of Peavy Arboretum and McDonald Forest. Several images of George Peavy, T.J. Starker, and Paul Dunn are part of the collection. The collection includes images of the CCC Camp Arboretum building and facilities, and the remnants of those structures as of the early 1980s, and an album documenting the activities of the CCC Camp Newport on the Oregon coast. Photographs of landscapes in central and eastern Oregon from the early 20th century as well as the 1970s or 1980s are included and may have been assembled as part of a study to document changing landscapes or land uses. Images assembled by Jackson for a research project on the Winema National Forest include photographs of Native Americans and the Klamath Agency. Also of note are a set of photos of Camp Arboreteum taken by a Corpsman when he was stationed at the Camp in 1935 and enclosed in a letter to the Dean. These and other select photos have been digitized. The bulk of the photographs in the collection are b/w prints; however, color prints, b/w negatives, and color slides are also included.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open for research with the exception of one map in Series III which includes protected cultural resource information.

Preferred Citation :  

Royal G. Jackson Papers (MSS JacksonR), Oregon State University Special Collections & Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

This collection consists of four series: I. Oral History Transcripts and Project files, 1968-1992; II. Oral History Sound Recordings, 1968–1992; III: Manuscripts, Publications and Reference Materials, 1905-1998; IV: Photographs, circa 1905-1980.

Acquisition Information :  

The papers were donated to the Special Collections & Archives Research Center by Royal Jackson in several accessions between 2002 and 2007. Some oral history transcripts, audiocassettes, and publications were transferred from the Horner Museum Oral History Collection (OH 10) into the Royal G. Jackson Papers in 2013.

Related Materials :  

The College of Forestry Records (RG 139) and Photographs (P 061) provide extensive documentation of forestry research and academic programs at Oregon State as well as the Research Forests. Several other oral history collections include materials associated with the oral history interviews in the Royal Jackson Papers -- the Oral Histories of Northern Cheyenne Descendants of the Battle of Little Bighorn (OH 20) and the Soap Creek Valley History Project Oral Histories (OH 06). The Basques of Harney County, Oregon, Oral History Collection (OH 04) consists of interviews conducted by Jackson. The Gerald W. Williams Collection includes extensive documentation of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Papers for notable interviewees include those of W.F. McCulloch, Dean of Forestry from 1955 to 1966, Paul M. Dunn, Dean of Forestry 1942 to 1955, and Alan B. Berg.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I:  Oral History Transcripts and Project Files, 1968-1992

This series documents the revision history of oral history transcripts. It includes edited drafts, names of transcribers, handwritten notes between transcribers and Royal Jackson or Jennifer Lee, and final drafts. Not all of the oral histories in this collection have corresponding transcripts and drafts. Only 11 of the 63 oral history interviews for Costa Rica have transcripts available; the collection does not include all of the audiotapes of the interviews listed in the interview log. The Diversification of a resource-based community through the development of tourism, Deschutes County, Oregon project transcripts are represented only in the final published form (Series III). When applicable and available accession numbers are included with the transcript description. Spelling of interviewees’ names and form of name vary on transcripts, audiocassettes and in reference materials; variant names are enclosed in parentheses in the description.

Container(s)
Description
Costa Rica Environmental Oral History Program, 1992
3 folders
Only 11 of the 63 oral history interviews for Costa Rica have transcripts available; the collection does not include all of the audiotapes of the interviews listed in the interview log.
Box
1 Interview Log
Includes brief descriptions of topics covered in interviews and professional background information on the interviewees.
Transcripts
Box
1 Paul Herzog
1 David Romm
1 Barry Roberts
1 Amos Bien
1 Maryanne Aspinall
1 Anne Lewandowski
1 Richard Holland
1 Robert Wells
1 Wolfgang Bissinger
1 Horst Korn
1 James Barborak
College of Forestry faculty and students and Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) members stationed at Camp Arboretum, 1968-1980
Numbers preceding names refer to Horner Museum accession numbers.
Box
1 Signed Permission Forms, 1978-1980
1 979-1-43: John O’Leary, October 24, 1979
1 979-1-10: Alan Berg,
Interviewer: Royal Jackson and ?? (incomplete transcript, pgs. 18-57)
1 979-1-17: Richard J. Dilworth, April 6, 1979
Interviewer: Royal Jackson. Dilworth abstract: Born 1914. Discusses his ancestors, childhood in Dubuque, Iowa, his love for the outdoors and camping, family life, activities. In school, his father was a hard worker in the railroad business and other odd jobs. Discusses effects of the Depression, his growing interest in forestry, college life in Iowa, graduate work on an assistantship, meeting his wife, teaching forestry and ROTC classes, experiences during WWII, moving to Oregon and teaching at O.S.U. Describes his first impressions of O.S.U, the students and faculty and Corvallis in 1946, problems with accreditation in the early 1940's, changes in the Forestry Department's emphasis over the years, memories and impressions of Peavy and his activities, management and activities within McDonald Forest, Arboretum plans and management, experiences as Department Head of Forest Management starting in 1955, the Forest Research Laboratory, changes in the Department and curriculum over the years, faculty and administration over the years, and effects of the Korean and Vietnam War on the department. [No audiocassettes.]
1 979-1-03: Vernon E. McDaniel, April 3 and 4, 1979; November 10, 1978
Interviewers: Royal Jackson and Jennifer Lee. Includes obituary and notes. (3 folders)
1 979-1-43: Paul M. Dunn, November 2, 1978
Interviewers: Royal Jackson and Jennifer Lee. Includes discussion of Soap Creek area.
1 980-1-07: William P. Wheeler, April 1980
Interviewer: Royal Jackson.
1 980-1-04: Edward Sekermestrovich, February 6, 1980
Interviewer: Royal Jackson. Includes discussion of Soap Creek area.
1 979-1-08: William A. Davies, November 1978; February 1979
Interviewers: Royal Jackson and Jennifer Lee.
1 979-1-25: Robert L. Wilson, May 24, 1979
Interviewer: Jennifer Lee
1 Harriet Moore, August 3, 1979
Interviewer: Royal Jackson.
1 979-1-07: Fred Decker, February 12, 1979
Interviewer: Royal Jackson.
1 979-1-42: Frank Sargent, August 6, 1979
Interviewer: Royal Jackson.
1 979-1-02a: Rudolph [Rudy] M. Kallander, November 9, 1978
Interviewers: Royal Jackson and Jennifer Lee.
1 979-1-04: Dan D. Robinson, November 10, 1978
Interviewer: Royal Jackson.
1 979-1-06: Marvin Rowley, January 25 and 31, 1979; February 6 - 7, 1979
Interviewers: Royal Jackson and Jennifer Lee. (2 folders) Includes letter from Rita McDonald to Jennifer Lee; reference material.
1 980-1-06: Frank Harriman, March 3, 1980
Tape recorded and sent to Karen Thomas.

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Series II:  Oral History Sound Recordings, 1968-1992
Container(s)
Description
Environmental Movement and Ecotourism in Costa Rica, 1992
3 boxes
Audiocassettes are organized alphabetically by interviewee name while log (Series I) is organized by date. Transcribed interviews are noted; transcripts can be found in Series I. Only 11 of the 63 oral history interviews for Costa Rica have transcripts available; the collection does not include all of the audiotapes of the interviews listed in the interview log.
Box
2 Javier Baltodano Aragon, May 14, 1992
Asociación Ecologista Costarricense (San Pedro, CR); staff member; primarily works in recycling, community development, environmental education and related concerns. [2 audiocassettes]
2 John Aspinall, July 30, 1992
Costa Rica Sun Tours (Escasu, CR); President; nature adventure travel company; owner of Observatorio Lodge on Arenal Volcano and private nature reserve; affiliated with Tiskita Lodge (Osa Penn.); development of Costa Rican tourism with special emphasis on the Canadian market; changes in Costa Rica brought about by tourism.
2 Maryanne Aspinall, September 3, 1992
Environmental activist--private citizen, unaffiliated (Escazú, CR); developer/promoter of national recycling programs; experience with Greenpeace; extensive involvement with tourism industry through Aspinall nature tourism businesses (Arenal Observatorio Nature Lodge, Tiskita Nature Lodge). [2 audiocassettes] (transcript available)
2 Peter Aspinall, October 13, 1992
Tiskita Nature Reserve (Osa Penn., CR); owner, operator of reserve and ecotourism business; experimental grower of exotic tropical fruits; environmental trends in CR; private reserve movement. [2 audiocassettes]
2 William Aspinall, October 13, 1992
Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve (Monteverde, CR); Director of largest private reserve in Costa Rica; history, current management of Monteverde; observations on private reserve movement in CR; relationships of habitat preservation and tourism.
2 Ana Baez, June 3, 1992
Paseo Pantera Project (San Pedro, CR); Coordinator of Costa Rican ecotourism portion; a regional conservation initiative in Central America whose purpose is to promote biological diversity through preserving and managing wildlands. [2 audiocassettes]
2 James Barborak, September 30, 1992
Paseo Pantera (San Pedro, CR); Director; regional conservation initiative for Central America; protected areas management, preservation of wildlife habitat, ecotourism as component of conservation strategy. [2 audiocassettes] (transcript available)
2 Amos Bien, October 2, 1992
Rara Avis Biological Reserve (Curridabat, CR); President and founder; private rainforest reserve, adjacent to Braulio Carrillo National Park, managed for tourism, education, research and the production of non­ timber forest products. History of Rara Avis, management, operations, land acquisitions, future directions. General observations about the future of rainforest exploitation in CR and Latin America. [2 audiocassettes] (transcript available)
2 Wolfgang Bissinger, October 19, 1992
Oro Verde Nature Preserve and Playa Chiquita Lodge (Puerto Viejo and Playa Chiquita, CR); owner/manager; private reserve and wilderness lodge in northern CR on Sarapiquf River, and resort lodge on beach near Puerto Viejo on Atlantic coast; development of tourism, private reserves; social and political environment for foreign investment; environmental issues related to banana expansion in northern CR. [2 audiocassettes] (transcript available)
2 Beatrice Blake, June 12, 1992
Co-author with Anne Becher of best-selling tourism guide: The New Key to Costa Rica (San Ramon de Tres Rios, CR); ecotourism issues and trends, environmental protection and tourism. [2 audiocassettes]
2 Tamara Budowski, September 21, 1992
Horizontes Nature Tours (San Jose, CR); President and co-owner; national and regional perspectives on the evolution of nature-based tourism; national trends and problems; involvement of private sector agencies in support of protected areas. [2 audiocassettes]
2 Rodrigo Caraso (Carazo), September 10, 1992
Villablanca, S.A. (San Ramon, CR); President/owner of tourism complex and private cloud forest reserve (Bosque de los Angeles); former president of CR (1978-82); perspectives on protected areas management, national parks movement.
2 Catherine Christen, May 30, 1992
Johns Hopkins University (USA) (San Pedro, CR); environmental historian; land-use history of Corcovado National Park (Osa Penn.); major historical development during the last 50 years. [2 audiocassettes]
2 Carlos Coles, August 26, 1992
Caminos de la Selva (Jungle Trails) (San Jose, CR); President/operator of first ecotourism agency in country; early development of ecotourism industry in CR; current trends.
2 Dennis Dubois, November 24, 1992
Fantasy Tours (San Jose, CR); Director of Marketing for major tour company owned by Irazu Hotel; marketing programs, tour development, tourism's rapid expansion in CR; emphasis on affinity group tour packages.
2 John Egbert, June 4, 1992
University of New Mexico--Latin American Institute (USA) (San Pedro, CR); environmental historian; land-use issues and general environmental history country-wide. [2 audiocassettes]
2 Fernando Esquivel, July 30, 1992
Rios Tropicales (San Jose, CR); President; a major whitewater rafting and sea kayaking outfitter; active involvement in river preservation movement in the country; owner of several land segments and hotel along popular recreational river; ecotourist profile, problems and prospects for ecotourism industry.
2 Deirdre Evans-Prithard (Pritchard), October 6, 1992
Instituto Eco de Costa Rica (San Jose, CR); Director, Sustainable Tourism Initiative; dedicated to the promotion of sustainable tourism in Central America; planning for small-scale growth, problems of over­ expansion, tourism carrying capacity; offers community level workshops, coordinates interchange of tourism information nationally and internationally. [2 audiocassettes]
2 Diane Ewing, November 5, 1992
Hacienda Barn Reserve (Barn, CR); Director-Tourism Services; private nature reserve originally established as livestock operation in 1970's; nature tours/hikes through reserve; research and education also stressed; tourism in Dominical area, changes over past 20 years; current environmental trends and problems. [2 audiocassettes]
2 Jack (John E.) Ewing, November 4, 1992
Hacienda Barn Reserve (Baru, CR); co-owned and operated with Diane Ewing and other principals (see above); also operates Selva Mar Tour Co. and real estate sales business with emphasis on establishment of companion reserves adjacent and nearby Baro Reserve; resource preservation and exploitation; future of Barn area for development and tourism. [2 audiocassettes]
3 Roberto Fernandez, May 19, 1992
Costaricaraft--Aventuras Naturales (Los Yoses, CR); Managing Director of whitewater rafting company; active in river preservation activities and efforts to coordinate environmental improvement among ecotourism companies.
3 Maria Elena Fournier de McLauchlan, April 24, 1992
Yiske Ecological Club (Moravia, CR); youth environmental organizer/leader; private citizen environmentalist; community recycling and environmental education.
3 Steve Friedman, August 10, 1992
Genesis II Cloudforest (Bajo Gloria, CR); owner/operator with Paula Friedman of 95 acre cloudforest reserve; dedicated to preservation, scientific research and ecotourism; operates lodging facility, receives volunteers who work on reforestation and similar tasks.
3 Pat Herzog, November 9, 1992
Programa Regional de Vida Silvestre Para Mesoamerica y el Caribe (Regional Program of Wildlife for Mesoamerica and the Caribbean), Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (Heredia, CR); wildlife manager, visiting professor from Lethbridge, Canada; wildlife management issues and relationship to protected areas and ecotourism; private reserves movement and its role in wildlife management. [2 audiocassettes] (transcript available)
3 James Hirsch, December 6, 1992
Programa de Administración de Recursos Naturales y el Ambiente, Instituto Centroamericano de Administración de Empresas (INCAE) (San Jose, CR); professor-administration of natural resources; environmental status of CR: history, current trends/problems; relationship to tourism. [6 audiocassettes]
3 Richard Holland, August 28, 1992
Audubon de Costa Rica (San Jose, CR); President; Audubon's ecotourism certification program; conservation trends. [2 audiocassettes] (transcript available)]
3 Hugo Murillo Jimenez, May 12, 1992
Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) (San Pedro, CR); In-country Director; administers a major foreign study program for a consortium of North American universities; primary emphasis is natural resource issues, management, as well as basic biological research; program has operated more than 30 years in Costa Rica. [2 audiocassettes]
3 Tara Johnston, April 18, 1992
Reserva Biologica Carara (Tarcoles, CR); volunteer; naturalist­ environmental educator; visitor services, exhibit development on-site, interpretation.
3 David Kauck, November 24, 1992
1992 Proyecto Ambiental de Centro America. (Central American Environmental Project (San Pedro, CR); Director, CARE sponsored environmental project based in San Jose, CR. [2 audiocassettes]
3 Maria Teresa Koberg, December 3, 1992
Programa Nacional de Conservación de Tortugas Marinas (National Program of Marine Turtle Conservation) (San Jose, CR); Director; marine turtle conservation program in CR; establishment of Las Baulas de Guanacaste National Park; early history of national park movement. [4 audiocassettes]
3 Horst Korn, June 23, 1992
Programa Regional de Vida Silvestre, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (Heredia, CR); Professor of Wildlife Biology; wildlife management, trends and problems in Costa Rica; relationship of wildlife to ecotourism. [2 audiocassettes] (transcript available)
3 Maria Consuelo Leon, September 4, 1992
Horizontes Nature Tours (San Jose, CR); Director of Research and Development; marketing and sales management in CR's tourism industry; general overview of Horizontes' development as major tourism agency.
3 Anne Lewandowski, July 21, 1992
U.S. Agency for International Development (U.S.A.I.D.) (Pavas, CR); Head, Natural Resources Division; coordinator of three major natural resource programs in CR: Boscosa (Osa Penn.), Foresta (Central Volcanic Range), and Tortuguero National Park. [2 audiocassettes] (transcript available)
3 Jim Lewis, November 2, 1992
Costa Rica Expeditions (San Jose, CR); Vice-president and co-owner; history of CR Expeditions; evolution of tourism in CR; role of La Selva Biological Station in tourism development; white-water and adventure tourism; tourism expansion into Central America. [2 audiocassettes]
3 Diego (James?) Lynch, July 2, 1992
Asociación Nacional de Nuevos Alquimistas (ANAI) (Vargas Araya, San Pedro, CR); President; non-governmental organization dedicated to community development and appropriate technology in the Talamanca region of CR; experimental agriculture and community involvement in natural resource concerns. [2 audiocassettes]
3 Mike McCoy, December 14, 1992
Programa Regional de Vida Silvestre Para Mesoamerica y el Caribe (Regional Wildlife Program for Mesoamerica and the Caribbean), Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (Heredia, CR); teacher/researcher in wildlife management; wildlife use and protection in CR; wildlife in the protected areas system; ecotourism and wildlife. [4 audiocassettes]
4 Debbie McMurray, November 23, 1992
D'Raya Vida Bed and Breakfast (San Jose, CR); co-owner with husband of four-room bed and breakfast; president of newly formed B and B association; issues in industry; place of B and B in providing tourism services; future growth projections.
4 Pedro Mirando (Miranda), October 14, 1992
Marenco Biological Reserve (Osa Penn., CR); Manager for family­ operated ecotourism reserve and lodge; habitat and biodiversity protection provided through private reserves; future directions in tourism industry.
4 David Norman, October 26, 1992
Programa Regional de Vida Silvestre para Mesoamerica y el Caribe (Regional Wildlife Program for Mesoamerica and the Caribbean), Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica (Heredia, CR); wildlife biologist teacher/researcher; wildlife management trends and problems; inter­ relationships among wildlife, protected areas management and ecotourism. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Paula Palmern, October 9, 1992
Writer, teacher, social researcher, author (Puerto Viejo, CR); long-time resident on Atlantic coast, specialist in African-Costa Rican and indigenous cultures; author of several ethnographic studies: What Happen: A Folk History of Costa Rica's Talamanca Coast and Taking Care of Sibo's Gifts. Tourism's impacts on Atlantic coast peoples, assimilation, cultural change and environmental challenges. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Yoon J. Park, June 5, 1992
Cultural Survival, Inc. (San Pedro, CR); staff member for indigenous issues--with emphasis on land use and tenure--in Costa Rica and Central America.
4 Marianela Pastor, May 5, 1992
Hotel Las Tortugas (Playa Grande, Guanacaste, CR); co-owner operator; marine turtle advocate; instrumental in establishment of Tamarindo Wildlife Refuge. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Manuel Ramirez, September 1, 1992
Conservacion Internacional (San Pedro, CR); Director (in-county) and Central America coordinator; overview of the La Amistad Biosphere Reserve project including human and natural resource dimensions; Cl's programs in CR and in the region. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Bary Roberts, September 9, 1992
Tikal Tours, S.A. (San Jose, CR); President, major nature tourism company; development and management of Eco Adventure Lodge (Coter Lake); industry trends, problems; private nature preserve movement. [2 audiocassettes] (transcript available)
4 David Romm, June 25, 1992
Costaricaraft--Aventuras Naturales (Los Yoses, CR); Director of Marketing; major tour agency offering whitewater experiences; profiles of ecotourists, marketing techniques, comparisons with Mexico and the Caribbean; future of ecotourism in CR. (transcript available)
4 Mary Ruth, August 21, 1992
Papagayo Excursions, S.A. (Tamarindo, CR); Owner/operator of tourism business; long-term resident; perspectives on tourism impacts on country and Tamarindo; natural resource based tourism problems and trends. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Susana Salas, August 26, 1992
Noticiero de Tortugas Marinas (international sea turtle newsletter) (Curridabat, CR); editor; marine sea turtle preservation and ecotourism relationships.
4 Leslie Simmons de Vargas, July 23, 1992
Fundación Neotropica (San Pedro, CR); Assistant to the President; major non-governmental organization focused on natural resource issues: sustainable development, policy, environmental education, tropical forest conservation; tourism and natural resource problems. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Mario Socatelly, June 19, 1992
Tikal Tours, S.A. (San Jose, CR); Deputy General manager; major tourism operator offering ecotourism experiences throughout the country; owner of several private nature reserves for this purpose; holder of the copyright in Costa Rica for the word "ecotourism."
4 Mariamala (Mariamaua) Sotela, September 22, 1992
El Gavilan Lodge and Reserve (Saripaqul/Puerto Viejo, CR); owner/operator; ecotourism in northern CR; tourism and banana expansion; environmental problems. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Maria del Carman Viquez R., September 5, 1992
Los Inocentes Lodge and Nature Reserve (Guanacaste, CR); evolution of family cattle business to nature-based tourism enterprise; lawyer for corporation. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Sergio Volio, October 5, 1992
Geoturs Natural History Tours (Curridabat, CR); President and owner of nature-based tourism company; founding of business; industry efforts to support protected areas; environmental concerns and impacts on tourists. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Eric Warrington, November 19, 1992
Tres Arcos Bed and Breakfast (Los Yeses, CR); owner/operator with Mrs. Warrington of eight room bed and breakfast; overview of recent development of B and B industry in CR; historical perspectives on CR tourism (informant arrived in the fifties); future of industry. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Robert Wells, June 9, 1992
Centro Ambiental y de los Recurses Naturales (CEDARENA) (San Pedro, CR); Director and one of founders; an environmental law firm specializing in laws and legislation concerned with the Costa Rican natural environment; also works on indigenous land tenure issues (transcript available)
4 Chris Wille, July 29, 1992
Rainforest Alliance (Moravia, CR); Co-Head, Tropical Conservation Newsbureau; international non-profit organization dedicated to conservation of endangered rainforest; the Newsbureau reports environmental news from Latin America; environmental issues, ecotourism and related concerns. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Louis Wilson, May 4, 1992
Hotel Las Tortugas (Playa Grande, Guanacaste, CR); co-owner/operator; marine turtle advocate; instrumental in establishment of Tamarindo Wildlife Refuge. [2 audiocassettes]
4 Frank Zadroga, September 23, 1992
U.S. Agency for International Development (U.S.A.I.D.) (Mexico, D.F.); also President, Campanario Conservation Association and owner of Campanario Nature Reserve (Osa Penn.-CR); private reserve movement in CR; ecotourism implications and evolution; general environmental problems.
College of Forestry faculty and students and Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) members stationed at Camp Arboretum, 1968-1980
4 boxes
Numbers preceding names refer to project accession numbers. Number of audiocassettes includes original field recording and duplicate copies. Tape abstracts from Horner Museum collection’s documentation.
Box
5 979-1-02: Rudolph (Rudy) M. Kallander (Kallender), November 1978
Born in 1915. Discusses his ancestry, attendance at O.S.U. School of Forestry from 1935, effects of the Depression, land acquisitions for McDonald Forest, activities of the Forestry Club, Native Americans, O.S.U. graduates, such as Phil Lane, his work with the State Forest Department and his work as the administrator of the Forest Research Program. Other topics include the organization of fire camps during forest fires, research of the Tillamook Burn of 385,000 acres and memories of Dean Peavy and T.J. Starker. [2 audiocassettes]
5 979-1-03b-e: Vernon E. McDaniel, April 1979
Born in 1916. Discusses his childhood in the Sisters area growing up on a farm, attending Southern Oregon College of Education for a year in 1934, attending O.S.U. School of Forestry from 1936-40. Describes his impressions of Dean Peavy, T.J. Starker, Pat Patterson, Lynn Cronemiller, and others connected with the history-of McDonald Forest. Other topics include memories of McDonald Forest, the C.C.C. program, women as foresters, structures in McDonald Forest and major changes he has seen within the Forestry Department as a teacher. [8 audiocassettes]
5 979-1-04: Dan D. Robinson, November 1978
Born in 1915. Discusses his ancestry, attendance at O.S.U. School of Forestry from 1935, effects of the Depression, land acquisitions for McDonald Forest, activities of the Forestry Club, Native Americans, O.S.U. graduates, such as Phil Lane, his work with the State Forest Department and his work as the administrator of the Forest Research Program. Other topics include the organization of fire camps during forest fires, research of the Tillamook Burn of 385,000 acres and memories of Dean Peavy and T.J. Starker. [2 audiocassettes]
5 979-1-06a-e: Marvin Rowley, January and February 1979
Discusses Austrian background and early United States heritage (Family dates to 1800's in New York). Also discusses family, the Depression, Army service for months, 1946 marriage, changes at the O.S.U. Forestry School, politics, and children. [10 audiocassettes]
5 979-1-07: Fred Decker, February 1979
Discusses the establishment of the CPS-9 weather radar unit on Mary's Peak in 1959-60, his work with the atmospheric science branch of the Science Research Institute, his work over a 6-7 year period on McCulloch Peak researching weather, people who received information and data from this project, sources of funding, vandalism as a result of access roads being put in, tours they conducted, other people involved in the project, outcome of the project, and the abandonment of the project after 1968. [2 audiocassettes]
6 979-1-08a-d: William A. Davies, February and September 1979
Forest Engineering professor at O.S.U. College of Forestry from 1946-59. From 1959-73 had dual role-as professor and McDonald Forest Manager. Discusses personal relationships with President Strand, Paul Dunn, and McCulloch; students, and-faculty interactions, Forestry Club meetings and friendships. Describes management of McDonald Forest: wildlife regulation, deterioration of old-structures, Oak Creek Guard Station, Dean’s Cabin, O.S.U. sawmill and vandalism problems. [4 audiocassettes]
6 979-1-25a-b: Robert L. Wilson, May 1979
Born in 1918. Discusses mapping of Potlatch, Idaho in 1951 and the start of his teaching career at O.S.U. in 1952. Discusses changes in the School of Forestry over the years, his memories and opinions of Paul Dunn and Dean McCullough, changes in students, his opinion of women forestry students, the Forestry Club and McDonald Forest. Describes the 1926 Columbus Day storm and teaching in McDonald Forest. [2 audiocassettes]
6 979-1-42a: Frank Sargent, August 1979
Discusses 1934 C.C.C. involvement at Camp Boyington (Clatsop County), Hamlet, Oregon, Camp Reehers, Oregon, Nehalem; and Black Rock. Served during WWII in Europe. Graduated in Forestry Management at O.S.U. in 1946. Remembers forestry labs in McDonald Forest, Lewisburg Saddle, Peavy Cabin, and "A days" to clean Arboretum. [2 audiocassettes]
6 979-1-43a: John O’Leary, October 1979
B.A. from the University of Michigan in Forestry in 1942. M.A. from O.S.U. in Forest Engineering in 1946. Professor in the School of Forestry in 1949. Discusses Forestry School in the 1940's, the Forestry club, professors, traditions, McDonald Forest lab classes, and the O.S.U. saw mill. Also describes the Columbus Day Storm, the CCC/Red Hat crews, and Su Spring. [2 audiocassettes]
6 Segments- Oral histories,
[2 audiocassettes]
6 John Beuter, 1980
6 Paul Francis, 1980
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) member
6 Harriet Moore, February and March 1980
[2 audiocassettes]
6 980-1-04: Edward Sekermestrovich, February 6, 1980
Born in 1937. Discusses Corvallis’ past history, events, and people. Describes Arboretum activities: wood routing, playing pool and poker, and listening to piano player. [2 audiocassettes]
6 980-1-06: Frank Harriman, March 1980
Describes the C.C.C. organization. Discusses personal experience as a C.C.C. boy planting trees, building roads and dams, putting up fences, and fighting forest fires. [2 audiocassettes]
6 980-1-07a-b: Bill (William P.) Wheeler, April 1980
Born in 1920. Discusses his education in engineering and forestry at the University of Minnesota. Arrived at O.A.C in 1949 and spent 31 years involved with forest regeneration and genetics and more recently, the job of Head Advisor. Discusses the changes in the program of services provided to students, change in relationships between students and faculty, changes in management strategy of McDonald Forest and various people associated with it. Discusses the Forestry Club, McDonald Forest, changes in the School of Forestry, administrators, faculty, and students. Arboretum Day, the Press Radio Guild, the School Sawmill and C.C.C. work. [2 audiocassettes]
Diversification of a resource-based community through the development of tourism, Deschutes County, Oregon, 1988-1989
2 boxes
Number of audiocassettes includes original field recordings of the interviews and duplicate use copies.
Box
7 991-1-01a-b: Gordan W. McKay, August 10, 1988
[8 audiocassettes]
7 Edward S. Jackson, April 21, 1989
[6 audiocassettes]
7 991-1-13: Warren Klug, May 17, 1989
[2 audiocassettes]
7 991-1-06: Joe Hunt, April 12, 1989
[4 audiocassettes]
7 991-1-07: Frank H. Loggan, July 9, 1989
[1 audiocassette]
7 991-1-15: Jill Osborn, May 25, 1989
[2 audiocassettes]
7 991-1-10: Deak Preble, May 19, 1989
[2 audiocassettes]
7 991-1-14: Ward Tonsfeldt, May 4, 1989
[2 audiocassettes]
7 991-1-3: Elizabeth Bennett, April 19, 1989
[4 audiocassettes]
7 991-1-11: Craig Coyner III, May 24, 1989
[2 audiocassettes]
7 991-1-12: Kathy DeGree, June 1, 1989
[3 audiocassettes]
7 991-1-08: Don Ellis, April 13, 1989
[2 audiocassettes; original field tapes]
8 991-1-08: Don Ellis, April 13, 1989
[2 audiocassettes; duplicates]
8 991-1-04: Robert H. Foley, July 13, 1989
[1 audiocassette, no duplicate]
8 991-1-09: Perry Herford (Hareford), July 7, 1989
[1 audiocassette, no duplicate]
8 W. F. McCulloch – Ed. at OSU, 1968
Parts 1-3 [3 audiocassettes; no duplicate]

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Series III:  Manuscripts, Publications and Reference Materialss, 1905-1998

This series includes Jackson’s original manuscripts, drafts and publications. Reference materials primarily document research for Jackson’s publication, McDonald-Dunn Forests – Human Use and Occupation, 1980, although materials from other rojects are included as well. Oversized maps within the reference materials have been moved to a map folder as noted below.

Container(s)
Description
Box
9 Jackson, Royal G. Custer Battlefield National Monument Oral History Program Final Report, 1987
Manuscripts and Publications, 1980
Box
9 Jackson, Royal G. McDonald-Dunn Forests – Human Use and Occupation, 1980
4 folders
Publication and manuscript.
Reference Materials
1 box
Box
9 Snyder, Sandy. McDonald-Dunn Forests – Ethnography, 1980
9 Informational Materials
9 Oregon State Forest Nursery
9 Camp Arboretum
9 Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) – General
9 Munford, K. (1979, June). Thomas Read House, Benton County. Horner Museum OSU historical notes, E.R. Lake-biographical information
9 Educational Center Plan, 1991-1998
9 Peavy Arboretum Reports and Correspondence 1936-1969. Includes photos in Progress
9 Report of Peavy Arboretum, June 1968
Informational materials and reference files on McDonald Forest, George Peavy, and forestry topics in the area including maps
3 boxes
Box
9 Monroe, B. (nd). Foresters waiting to see how long rotting posts last. Gazette Times.
9 Alumnus. (1923). Biography of George Wilcox Peavy. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) records, 1933-1942
9 Royal Jackson handwritten Peavy genealogy, from interview with Andrew Peavy
9 General Informational Materials - Folder includes six 1935 photographs of Camp Arboretum that came with personal letter, re: Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Co 697
9 Davis History Tampico
9 Correspondence regarding Mary McDonald’s estate, 1936
9 Loose page, no folder, photocopy of second page of a letter about a clipping taken from the June 21, 1905 Corvallis Times
9 Boice, Chuck. (1983, April). T.J.: The forests, the university, lose a unique personality. Oregon Stater. (newspaper clipping)
9 Anonymous. (1931).The cruise of the greyhound. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Eberly, H. J. (1921). Oregon State Forest Service Activities. Annual Cruise.(photocopy)
9 Publications based on research done in McDonald Forests, et al.
9 Harris Ranch Tour
9 William K. Farrell (1978, August 1). McDonald Forest-OSU’s largest research lab. The Summer Barometer
9 (1957, June 27). Corvallis grows with OSC. Oregon Journal. (photocopy)
9 (1976, May 5). G. Darwin 1936 obituary. Gazette Times. (photocopy)
9 School Forests Annual Report 1978-1979
9 Curtis, Robert O., Marshall, David D., and Bell, John F. (1997). Logs: A pioneering example of silvicultural research in coast Douglas fir. Journal of Forestry.
9 Cronemiller, Lynn F. (1932). Selling forestry in Oregon. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Cronemiller, Lynn F. (1925). Oregon State Forestry board—Its history and scope. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Cronemille, Lynn F. (1927). Oregon State Forest. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Chapman, H.H. (1935). Professional forestry schools report Oregon State Agricultural College School of Forestry(report)
9 Bottcher, Richard. (1934). Shavings from the log. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Hope, Sharon. (1995). Down woody debris patterns McDonald Dunn Forest. (paper/report)
9 Clark, C.L. (1931). The Forest Club. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Cleator, W.F. (1932). Forest service recreation problems in the Northwest. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Conklin, Robert. (1923). Discussion of early logging devices and equipment. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Jackson, Royal G. and Thomas, Karen. (nd). The new deal in McDonald Forest: Camp Arboretum. (Slide-tape program script)
9 Copy of memo to Dean Stoltenberg re: Vern and Mary McDaniel’s request to have their ashes spread on the site of the Oregon Forestry Nursery
9 Focus 89: Adair. Newspaper sections, with articles about Camp Adair, Albany Democrat-Herald
9 Anderson, Gordon B., Jr. (1977). Oregon’s forest conservation laws, part II. American Forests. (photocopy)
9 Holbrook, Stewart. (1935). Inside dope on whistle punks. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 K., J.W. (1932). A pathological survey. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Leishman, M. (1932). Bringing home the bacon. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Leishman, M. (1932). Our fighting men. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Lindh, A.G. (1931). The Forest Club. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 A.A. (1931). The fourth annual Fernhopper’s banquet. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Abraham, Dan. (nd). Volunteer student labor helps Fernhoppers to rebuild forestry cabin destroyed by fire. The Barometer.
9 A.A. (1931). Editorial expressions. Annual Cruise. (photocopy)
9 Lee, Jennifer. (nd). Select chronological time line of Pacific Northwest history. (typewritten)
9 Dunn, Paul M. (1982). Paul M. Dunn: A life story (typewritten by Paul Dunn)
9 Copies of Royal Jackson’s original maps- historic locations
9 Note cards- Research notes on index cards
2 folders
Diversification of a Resource-Based Community through the Development of Tourism – Deschutes County, Oregon. Oral History Monograph Series, 1990-1991
1 box
The monographs held in this series include an introduction to the project and background information on the interviewee written by Royal Jackson and copies of Gift and Release forms signed by the participants. Copies of each monograph are also available in the OSU Libraries general book collection. The collection does not include the original or draft transcriptions.
Box
10 991-1-01: Gordan W. McKay, Oral History Monograph No. 1, October 1990
10 991-1-02: Mahlon Couch, 1991 Oral History Monograph No. 2, January 1991
no corresponding audiotapes
10 991-1-03: Elizabeth Bennett, 1991 Oral History Monograph No. 3, February 1991
10 991-1-04: Robert Foley, 1991 Oral History Monograph No.6, February 1991
10 991-1-05: Edward S. Jackson, 1991 Oral History Monograph No. 7, April 1991
10 991-1-06: Joe Hunt, 1991 Oral History Monograph No. 8, March 1991
10 991-1-07: Frank H. Loggan, 1991 Oral History Monograph No. 9, , May 1991
10 991-1-08: Don Ellis, 1991 Oral History Monograph No. 10, May 1991
10 991-1-09: Perry Herford, 1991 Oral History Monograph No. 11, March 1991
10 991-1-10: Deak Preble, 1991 Oral History Monograph No. 12, May 1991
10 991-1-11: Craig Coyner III, 1991 Oral History Monograph No. 4, June 1991
10 991-1-12: Kathy DeGree, 1991 Oral History Monograph No.5, July 1991
10 991-1-13: Warren Klug 1991, Oral History Monograph No. 13, August 1991
10 991-1-14: Ward Tonsfeldt 1991, Oral History Monograph No. 14, September 1991
10 991-1-15: Jill Osborn 1991, Oral History Monograph No. 15, October 1991
Maps, 1887-1993
1 map folder
One map of the Spaulding Tract is restricted.
map-folder
11 Soil Conductivity, Peavy Arboretum, maps prepared by OSU Research Forests, March 14, 1997 and November 19, 1977
2 maps
11 Camp Arboretum map, S-220, Buildings map and smaller copy of map. Corvallis, Oregon, 1939
2 maps
Note on copy: C. 1939 Camp Arboretum Buildings Map BZ.
11 McDonald Forest – Paul Dunn Forest map. College of Forestry. Oregon State University, Research Forests, Corvallis, Oregon, October 1993
11 Work area map for Camp Arboretum, S-220, traced from Siuslaw National Forest Map. W.C. Pound and H. Hayes, April, 17 1939
11 McDonald Forest aerial photo annotated map. McDonald Forest, School of Forestry, July 9, 1966, updated July 1, 1972
11 McDonald Forest, Spaulding Wood map. Oregon State University. School of Forestry
Tract information and information about lumber
11 Annotated copies of 1878 maps showing Spaulding tracts. Zybach/HWY 20 Task Force
3 maps
11 Reconnaissance map sheet. US Dept. of Agriculture. Forest Service, October 1929
Hand drawn and colored by F.B Ramsey
14 Spaulding tract. Predictive map #1. OSU College of Forestry, January 1985, updated December 1990
Access resricted due to sensitive cultural resource information.
11 Ownership map of Camp Adair, War Department, U.S. Army Engineers, February 15, 1942

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Series IV:  Photographs, circa 1905-1980

The photographs consist primarily of images assembled by Jackson in the course of his research. Many of the images were part of the School of Forestry's photographic collections and include images of forestry students, faculty, and notable alumni; field trips and work crews; Fernhopper Banquets and special events; and images of Peavy Arboretum and McDonald Forest. Also of note are a set of photos of Camp Arboreteum taken by a Corpsman when he was stationed at the Camp. These and other select photos have been digitized. The bulk of the photographs are b/w prints; however, color prints, b/w negatives, and color slides are also included.

Container(s)
Description
Box
12 Photos of Oral History Interviewees
15 photos
979-1-2(a) Rudolph (Rudy) M. Kallander (Kallender) (2 photos); 979-1-3 Vernon McDaniel (3 photos, 1 slide); 979-1-4 Dan D. Robinson (2 photos); 979-1-6 Marvin Rowley (1 photo, 1 slide); 979-1-8 William Davies ( 2 photos); 980-1-7 William P. Wheeler (3 slides)
12 Forestry students, 1917-1930
10 photos
Images of annual field work and planting crew; group photograph with George Peavy made by Howells in 1930; two men with string of fish they caught; truck stuck in mud
12 General: College of Forestry faculty, Tampico, 1905-1961
8 photos
Copy negatives of College of Forestry faculty and students; Vern McDaniel at Schreiner Memorial; Tampico, 1905 (including old tavern); Sawing logs with compressed air, circa 1905; Blue snow; Wilson and Starker; XI Sigma Pi 1908
12 Group portraits of forestry students, 1909-1935
3 photos
two photos on steps of Forestry Building (now Moreland Hall); one image by Ball Studio and another by Howells; 1909 group photo
12 Peavy Arboretum, 1980
18 photos
Images depict remnants of the Arboretum Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp, a photograph of Vern McDaniel, and a photograph of Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) member Edward Sekermestrovich standing next to Oregon Forest Nursery sign.
12 Forestry students and faculty, 1905-1960
12 photos
12 School of Forestry picnic and field trip to Detroit and Santiam National Forest, 1915
4 photos
12 George Peavy, 1910-1950
25 photos
12 Logging operations and tours of mill operations, 1930-1980
approx. 100 photos
12 College of Forestry students, 1910-1980
approx. 200 photos
Includes individual portraits, group photographs, and images taken in the classroom, laboratory, and field
12 College of Forestry faculty and staff, 1950-1980
50 photos
12 Forestry students, 1925-1980
approx. 100 photos
Individual photographs and group photographs.
12 Buildings and offices of the School of Forestry, 1970
20 photos
12 Classroom instruction and research, 1930-1980
approx. 50 photos
12 Canyon City and Canyon Creek (Grant County)
6 photos
12 Images assembled for research on Winema National Forest, 1920
7 photos
Includes photographs of Native Americans and Klamath Agency
12 Fernhopper Banquet and other special events, 1950-1975
approx. 100 photos
12 AWFC Conclave, 1957 and 1972
25 photos
12 General
11 photos
12 Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Arboretum buildings and facilities
30 photos
13 Strawberry Mountains
4 photos
13 Ranches and range land in Baker, Grant, and Harney Counties
26 photos
13 Klamath County farms and landscape views
25 photos
13 John Day region farms and landscape views
25 photos
13 Central Oregon farms, ranches, and landscape
35 photos
13 Lake County farms and views of Lakeview
13 photos
13 Monument, Oregon, and Fred Page Ranch
6 photos
13 Dayville, Oregon scenes
5 photos
13 Malheur National Forest
3 photos
13 Press Radio Guild members and staff cartoons for forestry publications (Hi-Lead), 1950
13 Photo Album -- Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Newport, 1934-1935
80 photos
13 Lynn F. Cronemiller, 1910
Portrait photograph
13 Cronemiller Lake soon after construction, 1937
13 Reservoir in McDonald State Forest, 1936-1937
Constructed in 1936-1937 by Arboretum Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp S220. Inscription from back of photograph: “This Photograph was found by John McWade, Unit Forester in Gold Beach, Oregon. It was probably left there by a carpenter whose last name was Antone. Antone was a carpenter at the Arboretum Camp when reservoir was built. He later went to Gold Beach to build the Coos F8A Grand Sta. and retired in the area.”
13 Cronemiller Lake, 1940

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Dunn, Paul M.
  • Peavy, George Wilcox, 1869-1951.
  • Starker, T. J. (Thurman James), 1890-1983.
  • Corporate Names :
  • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.). Company 3503 (Benton County, Or.)
  • Oregon Agricultural College. School of Forestry.
  • Oregon Forest Nursery (Corvallis, Or.)
  • Oregon State College. School of Forestry.
  • Oregon State University. College of Forestry.
  • Oregon State University. School of Forestry.
  • Oregon State University--Faculty.
  • Oregon State University--Students.
  • Peavy Arboretum (Benton County, Or.)
  • Subject Terms :
  • College students--Oregon--Corvallis.
  • Ecotourism--Costa Rica.
  • Forest reserves--Oregon.
  • Forestry schools and education--Oregon--Corvallis.
  • Forests and forestry--Oregon.
  • Student activities--Oregon--Corvallis.
  • Geographical Names :
  • Benton County (Or.)
  • Camp Arboretum (Benton County, Or.)
  • Deschutes County (Or.)
  • Lincoln County (Or.)
  • McDonald Forest (Or.)
  • Paul Dunn Forest (Or.)
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Audiocassettes.
  • Film negatives.
  • Maps.
  • Oral histories (document genres)
  • Photographic prints.
  • Slides.
    • Other Creators :
    • Lee, Jennifer A.
    • Oregon Agricultural College. School of Forestry.
    • Oregon State College. School of Forestry.
    • Oregon State University. School of Forestry.

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