Administrative subject files, 1900-1978.


Administrative subject files, 1900-1978.

Subject files documenting the administrative aspects of the division's activities and duties. Including correspondence, photographs, reports, statistics, studies, financial records, circular letters, policy directives, land use permits, operational orders, and conservation work project plans and programs, the files document such topics as state forest and lands management, timber law, multiple use, land acquisition and sale or exchange, campgrounds and picnic areas, public access and boating, wilderness areas, wildlife management, forest fire protection and prevention, tax-forfeiture, roads and trails, state parks, environmental education, land ownership, forestation, Civilian Conservation Corps camp locations, federal land grants, school and Volstead lands, mining, lakeshore, peat, road right-of-ways, natural and scientific areas, watersheds, lake levels, Shipstead-Nolan Act, slash disposal, county and private forests, tree farms, school forests, and nursery programs.

19.2 cu. ft. (19 boxes and 1 partial box).


SNAC Resource ID: 7312258

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