Charles H. Stoddard papers, 1931-1973.


Stoddard, Charles Hatch, 1912-. Charles H. Stoddard papers, 1931-1973.

Charles H. Stoddard papers, 1931-1973.

Correspondence, subject files, speeches, articles, reports, studies, memoranda, and regulations relating largely to Stoddard's work as director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) (1963-1966) and the U.S. Department of the Interior's Upper Midwest-Great Lakes Area (1967-1968). Topics include management of public lands, range land, and watersheds; BLM administration and policies; public land laws and the Public Land Law Review Commission; the "Stoddard Report" on taconite tailings in Lake Superior; the Job Corps program; Voyageurs National Park; and the maintenance of Stoddard's model forest at Minong, Wisconsin. Charles H. Stoddard died in December, 1997.

7.0 cu. ft. (7 boxes).

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