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Schoonover was a Polson, Montana, school teacher and Montana state legislator who was very active in the local and state education community and state and regional conservation efforts. The collection documents his time in the Montana...

The Lincoln Back Country Protective Association was formed to preserve land near Lincoln, Montana, as a roadless wilderness area. The collection contains correspondence, Lincoln Back Country-Scapegoat Wilderness legislation, statements...

The Western Montana Fish and Game Association was formed to further the conservation interests of hunters and fishermen. The collection contains material generated by the activities of the Association from 1915 to 1981.

Kim Williams was a writer, naturalist, teacher, and radio commentator. Materials are divided into eight series: biographical information, diaries, general correspondence, financial records, speeches and writings, subject files,...

Pat Williams was in the U. S. House of Representatives for Montana from 1979 to 1997. This collection consists of the materials generated and collected by Williams' office during his eighteen years in office. Significant subjects...

Knute Bergen was the Montana Coordinator for the Department of Indian Affairs. This collection consists of items relating to Native Americans in Montana and Idaho, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the National Congress of American...

Margaret Owen was a resident of Missoula, Montana, and Laramie, Wyoming, who corresponded with environmentalist Robert Marshall. The collection consists of their correspondence, photographs, and writings and publications by or about...

Arnold W. Bolle was a leading figure in the Montana conservation movement. The collection contains writings, correspondence, research, and other materials from Arnold Bolle’s career in the Soil Conservation Service, as a forestry...

Clarence "Clancy" C. Gordon served as a professor of Botany and Environmental Studies at the University of Montana-Missoula from 1960 until his death in 1981. This collection contains materials related to Gordon’s prolific...

This collection contains materials relevant to Elizabeth Smith’s work as a Montana wilderness and environmental activist. The bulk of the materials includes research, newsletters, drafts of speeches, position papers and correspondence...

Papers of Guy M. "Brandy" Brandborg, long-time employee of the U. S. Forest Service, and Forest Supervisor of the Bitterroot National Forest from 1935-1955. The collection includes files related to Brandborg's interest in and...

The Merryfield Papers consist of materials generated and assembled by Fred Merryfield documenting his career as an Oregon State engineering professor and his work as a founding engineer of the CH2M consulting firm. The Papers include publications...

Photographs documenting people and events associated with conservation efforts in Washington County, Oregon

This collection includes correspondence, financial, legal, organizational, photographic, and audio records generated or collected by Joseph Herbert Sherburne and his extended family, with particular representation from the family's...

The collection consists largely of John P. Jacobson's weather diaries. The diaries record daily weather conditions in Missoula, Montana.

Larry W. Earl was a free-lance writer and photographer from Sandpoint, Idaho. This collection contains his personal papers.

The North Central Idaho Resource Advisory Committee represents a five-county area: Nez Perce, Clearwater, Idaho, Latah, and Lewis. This collection contains organizational records.

The Hornocker Wildlife Institute was part of the University of Idaho but has merged with the Wildlife Conservation Society. The collection contains the Institute's records of their Selway River survey.

The collection contains general correspondence, research materials, and writings created and/or collected by Concerned Citizens for Quality Environment chairman Gail L. Owen, who was concerned about the proposed expansion of the...

This handwritten manuscript with photos is the record of Harriet Johnston's study of the climate, plants and animals of the parks, hills, rivers and streams around Missoula, Montana, between 1916 and 1929.

This collection contains the papers Arnold Olsen generated and collected while serving as U.S. Representative for the western Montana Congressional District, along with a few other materials unrelated to his congressional service....

Records of a conservation group that spearheaded the development of the North Cascades National Park

Byron Weber's six journals document his observations of weather, insects, plants, birds and mammals at Maclay Ranch in Missoula County, Montana from 1979-1985.

Rainfall and other weather data for Seattle.

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