Bror Leonard Grondal Papers 1908-1974 1945-1974


Bror Leonard Grondal Papers, 1908-1974, 1945-1974

Bror Leonard Grondal Papers 1908-1974 1945-1974

Professor of forestry at the University of Washington and a consultant to the forest products industry.

3 cubic ft.; 3 boxes


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Grondal, Bror Leonard, 1889-1974 (person)

Bror Leonard Grondal was born in Round Rock, Texas, in 1889. He was raised in the Swedish community of Lindsborg, Kansas, where his father, Bror G. Grondal, had a photography studio. After graduating from Bethany College in 1908, Grondal came to the University of Washington to pursue his graduate studies. He received his graduate degrees and became a faculty member. A professor of forestry at the University of Washington from 1913-1959, Grondal was one of the founders of...

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Carl Alwin Schenck, founder of the first forestry school in the United States, Biltmore Forest School (1898-1913), was born in Darmstadt, Germany on March 25, 1868. Prior to the opening of the school at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina, he studied forestry in Tubingen and Giessen Universities, receiving a Doctorate of Philosophy. In 1895, he was appointed forester of the Biltmore Estate. He returned to Germany to marry Adele Bopp in 1896, and settled in North Carolina, where he o...

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Leo Isaac (1892-1970) was born near Fon du Lac, Wisconsin and was educated at the University of Minnesota. For 32 years he was engaged in Douglas fir research, a silviculturist in the Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. After 1956 he was a private consultant in forestry. From the guide to the Leo Anthony Isaac papers, 1920-1968, (Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries) ...

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