John Osseward Papers 1916-1983 1947-1979

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John Osseward Papers, 1916-1983, 1947-1979

John Osseward Papers 1916-1983 1947-1979

Papers of John Osseward, a Seattle environmentalist.

15.21 cubic feet; 16 boxes

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Zalesky, Philip H.

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Conservationist from Everett, Washington, who played an active role in Pacific Northwest conservation groups, such as Olympic Park Associates, the North Cascades Conservation Council, the Everett chapter of the Mountaineers Society and the Mountaineers Conservation Committee, the Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs, and the Snohomish County Land Trust. From the description of Philip H. Zalesky papers, 1953-2002. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 28409195 Philip Zal...

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Evans, Brock, 1937-

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Olympic Park Associates

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Dyer, Polly

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Osseward, John,  d. 1984-

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John Osseward was a Seattle conservationist who was best known for his work with Olympic Park Associates (OPA), a citizens group that he founded and led. From its beginnings in 1948, OPA was concerned with the administration and protection of Olympic National Park, including issues such as boundary changes, logging, and road building. One particular concern centered on the inclusion of a strip of beach in the Olympic National Park and the prevention of road building there. On occasi...

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Sierra club

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North Cascades Conservation Council

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