UW-Milwaukee Dept. of Theatre and Dance Records, 1911-1990

Container Title
Series: 9/25/10-6: Writings
Scope and Content Note

The UW--Madison Archives collection of Mr. Leopold's writings (published and unpublished), related correspondence, and working papers is unusually complete. Materials in this series, most of which were originally in Mr. Leopold's personal files, were deposited by various members of the Leopold family and by the UW Department of Wildlife Ecology.

The first nine boxes of the series pertain to publications, although only Boxes 001-002 contain actual published materials (reprints or clippings). Boxes 003-006 contain correspondence and miscellaneous materials pertaining to publication of Mr. Leopold's four books, copies of which are readily available. Correspondence and working papers for the Report on a Game Survey of the North Central States and Game Management may be found in the species and subject files (9/25/10-4). In Boxes 007-009 are working papers, including correspondence, notes, and drafts, for a number of Mr. Leopold's published articles, reprints of which may be found in Boxes 001-002. Working papers relating to other published items may be found scattered throughout the collection; an attempt has been made in the folder list to identify them where they occur (see also Boxes 016-018 in this series.)

Boxes 010-018 contain mostly unpublished materials, including drafts of Mr. Leopold's proposed book on Southwestern game (Box 010); his state game survey reports (Boxes 010-011); working papers for research manuscripts which were not published (Boxes 012-013); digests, lectures, course materials, notes, and other miscellaneous items (Boxes 013-015); manuscripts, mostly unpublished, which Mr. Leopold kept in his desk (Boxes 016-017); and superseded drafts collected by Dr. Robert McCabe (Box 018).

This series also includes three large folios: one contains a nearly complete set of the Pine Cone , a game bulletin edited by Mr. Leopold and others, 1915-1931; the second contains charts of bird song phenology data for a paper Mr. Leopold intended to write; the third contains original illustrations by artist Byron Jorns, who worked together with Leopold on a series of wildlife management features for the Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer .

Mr. Leopold almost always wrote with pencil on yellow lined paper (PY). After finishing an article or essay he would put it in his "cooling drawer" for several days or weeks, then ask various friends or students for a critical reading, rework it, and have it typed on yellow paper (TY) for further criticism and revision (TYR). A paper might go through several typed yellow drafts before it was finally considered finished and the order given, "Go to white" (TW). Even then it might be further revised (TWR). Exceptions include a few original drafts written in ink on white paper (ink W) and a few final drafts, prior to about 1928, typed on yellow paper.

box 001
Writings: Reprints (bound)
Note: Contains reprints or clippings of most of Mr. Leopold's published articles kept by him in two scrapbooks, which were deposited by Mrs. Leopold. The items in each volume were bound in roughly chronological order.
box 001
folder 001
Publications of Aldo Leopold: Forestry, Wilderness Areas, and Miscellaneous Ecology
Note: 122 items
box 001
folder 002
Publications of Aldo Leopold: Game
Note: 186 items
box 002
box 002
folder 001
Reprints (not in scrapbooks)
box 002
folder 002
box 003
Writings: Game Survey Book, Correspondence
Note: Contains mostly correspondence relating to publication of Mr. Leopold's first book, A Report on a Game Survey of the North Central States (1931), a copy of which may be found in the UW--Madison Archives author file. Also included are game survey bulletins (see also Box 019 below).
box 003
folder 001
Game Survey Bulletin
Note

Contains mimeo bulletins issued by AL monthly (with some months skipped) to inform Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute members and cooperators of the progress of the game survey. The set appears to be complete.

11 issues, October 1930-November 1931

box 003
folder 002
Game Survey Report -- Miscellaneous
Note

Correspondence with game survey cooperators concerns charts, maps, and data for inclusion in the published report.

40 letters, 1930-1931

box 003
folder 003
Game Survey Report -- Publication
Note

Includes bidding correspondence with various publishers, as well as specifications, bills, and other materials relating to publication of the report by Democrat Printing Company.

1930-1933

box 003
folder 004
Game Survey Report -- Distribution
Note

Correspondence concerns methods of distribution, complimentary distribution lists, and correspondence with individuals desiring copies.

October 1930-December 1931

box 003
folder 005
Game Survey Report -- Comments and Reviews
Note

Included are mimeo excerpts from correspondence, prepared by AL for SAAMI, in addition to reviews and correspondence.

100 letters, April-August 1931

box 003
folder 006
Game Survey Report -- Illustrations
Note: Contains photographs and correspondence regarding photographs.
box 003
folder 007
North Central Report -- Maps and Negatives
Note: Maps, charts for the report, and negatives are included.
box 003
folder 008
Photographs -- Miscellaneous
Note: Included are 8" x 10" photographs that may have been taken by Errington, and charts for the report. Several photos feature the technique of "gullet squeezing."
box 004
Writings: Game Management Book, Correspondence
box 004
folder 001
Game Management
Note

Contains a bound copy of the manuscript with editorial changes and comments.

Mss, "copy no. 3," 461+p

box 004
folder 002
Game Management Text, Correspondence
Note

Includes inquiries about details, permissions to use material, and some bibliographies and subject notes for the text. Most contents are comments by manuscript critics, including Stoddard. There were apparently 5 manuscript copies with comments, only one of which (copy 3) has been found.

115 letters, June 1930-September 1932

box 004
folder 003
Game Management Text, Publication
Note

Most of the folder contains correspondence with W.G. Low III of Scribner's concerning publication details. Also included are distribution lists and royalty receipts to about 1940.

75 letters, May 1931-May 1933

box 004
folder 004
Game Management Text, Reviews and Comments
Note: 20 letters, 15 reviews, 1933-1938 (mostly 1933)
box 004
folder 005
Game Management Text, Drawings
Note

Correspondence is with illustrator Allan Brooks concerning drawings, the text, and discussion about predators.

20 letters, 1931-1932; 5 drawings

box 004
folder 006
Game Management Text, Illustrations
Note: Folders 7-11, include photographs, maps, charts, and negatives. (Most of the negatives of figures for state game survey reports were destroyed due to the fire hazard of nitrate film.)
box 004
folder 007
[Game Management Materials]: Illinois
box 004
folder 008
[Game Management Materials]: Indiana
box 004
folder 009
[Game Management Materials]: Iowa
box 004
folder 010
[Game Management Materials]: Wisconsin
box 004
folder 011
[Game Management Materials]: Miscellaneous
box 005
Writings: A Sand County Almanac , Correspondence and Drafts
Note: Contains correspondence and drafts (all deposited by Mrs. Leopold) related to Leopold's book, A Sand County Almanac . The manuscript, in various forms, was turned down by several publishers, including Alfred A. Knopf. It was finally accepted by Oxford Press only days before Leopold's death. (He had begun working on it as a collection of essays in 1941.)
box 005
folder 001
Correspondence
Note

Included is AL's correspondence with publishers, manuscript critics, and illustrators, and correspondence regarding the manuscript during the months after his death when his son Luna was designated as editor.

150 letters, 1941-21 April 1948; 40 letters, April-July 1948

box 005
folder 002
Drafts of Essays in A Sand County Almanac
Scope and Content Note

Mr. Leopold kept a separate file for drafts and revisions of essays he intended to include in A Sand County Almanac . This file was deposited by Mrs. Leopold. For the original handwritten drafts of some of these essays, see also 9/25/10-6 018 002-003.

The following symbols (indicative of characteristic stages in Mr. Leopold's writing process) are used to describe manuscripts in Boxes 005-018 of this series and in various bibliographies in the appendices:

P
Pencil draft (handwritten)
R
Revisions (usually in pencil)
T
Typewritten draft
Y
Yellow paper
W
White paper

box 005
folder 002
item 001
January thaw
Note: (2pTY)1947-07-12
box 005
folder 002
item 002
January thaw
Note: (2pTW)1947-08-28
box 005
folder 002
item 003
The geese return
Note: (1pPW)
box 005
folder 002
item 004
The geese return
Note: (2pTYR; Wisconsin Agriculturalist & Farmer) 1941-09-11; revised, 1944-06-01
box 005
folder 002
item 005
The geese return
Note: 1946-08-25
box 005
folder 002
item 006
Draba
Note: (1pTWR) 1943-03-16; revised, 1944-06-02
box 005
folder 002
item 007
Bur oak
Note: (2pTYR; Wisconsin Agriculturalist & Farmer ) 1941-04-05; revised, 1947-08-01
box 005
folder 002
item 008
The alder fork
Note: (4pTWR; Outdoor America ) [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 009
Great possessions
Note: (4pTYR; notes by editor at Natural History ) 1943-09-28; revised, 1944-06-02
box 005
folder 002
item 010
Great possessions
Note: (3pTWR) 1944-06-02; revised, [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 011
Great possessions
Note: (3pTW; notes by "Nat. Hist." and Blassingame) 1944-10-31
box 005
folder 002
item 012
The green pasture
Note: (2pTYR) 1945-08-15; revised, [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 013
Ave Maria (The choral copse)
Note: (2pTW) 1947-10-21
box 005
folder 002
item 014
Smoky gold
Note: (3pTYR) [s.d.]; revised, [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 015
Smoky gold
Note: (5pTYR) 1943-10-27, 1944-06-04
box 005
folder 002
item 016
Smoky gold
Note: (4pTW) 1944-06-04
box 005
folder 002
item 017
Too early
Note: (TYR) 1943-11-22; revised, [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 018
Red lanterns
Note: (1pPY)
box 005
folder 002
item 019
Red lanterns
Note: (4pTYR) 1947-07-08; revised, [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 020
If I were the wind
Note: (1pTY) 1943-11-21
box 005
folder 002
item 021
A lesson from the woodlands (A mighty fortress)
Note: (3pTYR; Wisconsin Conservation Bulletin ) ca. 1943-02
box 005
folder 002
item 022
Pines above the snow
Note: (6pTY; notes by [s.n.]) 1944-04-05
box 005
folder 002
item 023
Pines above the snow
Note: (6pTWR) revised, 1947-07-10
box 005
folder 002
item 024
65287 (65290)
Note: (5pTY) 1941-09-11
box 005
folder 002
item 025
The sand counties
Note: (1pTWR) 1947-06-02; revised, [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 026
On a monument to the pigeon
Note: (4pTW) 1946-08-25
box 005
folder 002
item 027
On a monument to the pigeon
Note: (4pTW) 1947-04-10
box 005
folder 002
item 028
Illinois bus ride
Note: (2pTYR) 1944-01-01
box 005
folder 002
item 029
Illinois bus ride
Note: (2pTW) 1944-01-01
box 005
folder 002
item 030
Illinois bus ride
Note: (2pTWR) 1944-01-01; revised, 1947-07-10
box 005
folder 002
item 031
Illinois bus ride
Note: (2pPYTW)
box 005
folder 002
item 032
Red legs kicking
Note: (2pTYR) [s.d.]; revised, [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 033
The white mountain (On top)
Note: (5pTYRP) [s.d.]; revised, [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 034
The white mountain
Note: (5pTW)
box 005
folder 002
item 035
Thinking like a mountain
Note: (3pTY; notes by [s.n.]) 1944-04-01
box 005
folder 002
item 036
Thinking like a mountain
Note: (3pTYR) revised, 1944-06-08
box 005
folder 002
item 037
Thinking like a mountain
Note: (3pTW)
box 005
folder 002
item 038
Escudilla
Note: (R; American Forests)
box 005
folder 002
item 039
Guacamaja
Note: (R; The Condor)
box 005
folder 002
item 040
The green lagoons
Note: (7pTW) 1944-01-11
box 005
folder 002
item 041
The green lagoons
Note: (R)revised, 1945-06-20
box 005
folder 002
item 042
Cheat takes over
Note: (4pTWR; The Land ); revised, [s.d.]
box 005
folder 002
item 043
Clandeboye
Note: (3pTWR; 1pPY) [s.d.] 1944-07-10
box 005
folder 002
item 044
Clandeboye
Note: (5pTW)1944-07-10
box 005
folder 002
item 045
Wilderness
Note: (12pTW)
box 005
folder 003
Great Possessions
Note: This is the bound manuscript of "Great Possessions" (AL's working title). This manuscript, which contains AL's forward of 4 Mar. 1948, is apparently the version accepted by Oxford Press. Except for the title, it is very close to the published version. Comments on interleaved sheets are by William Vogt, Virginia Kiesal Spence, Estella Leopold, and Luna Leopold.
box 005
folder 004
Great Possessions
Note: This formerly bound duplicate manuscript contains several Schwartz drawings as well as comments by Joseph Hickey, the Hamerstroms, Robert McCabe, "ahs" [Alice Harper Stokes], Luna Leopold, and perhaps others.
box 005
folder 005
Reviews
Note: Contains clipped reviews from the time of publication of A Sand County Almanac . Included are reviews by Hal Borland, Gordon MacQuarrie, Sterling North, August Derleth, and many others.
box 006
Writings: Round River ; Almanac 1966 ed., Proofs
Note: Materials in this box were deposited by Luna Leopold (except for the reviews, which came from Mrs. Aldo Leopold).
box 006
folder 001
box 006
folder 002
box 006
folder 003
Mockup for 1966 Edition [of A Sand County Almanac ]
Note: When Round River went out of print, Oxford Press suggested bringing out a new edition of A Sand County Almanac with some of the essays from Round River included.
box 006
folder 004
2 Copies of Almanac , 1949 ed.
Note: Both copies have publisher's notes for the new edition. One copy has inserted pages from Round River . Due to copyright restrictions only the covers have been digitized.
box 006
folder 005
1966 ed. [of A Sand County Almanac ], Galley Proof
box 007
Writings: Research Manuscripts (published), Working Papers
box 007
folder 001
The Quail Die-off of 1935-1936
Note

Included is a copy of "The quail die-off of 1935-1936 in Wisconsin and Iowa," by AL and Paul Errington, xeroxed in November 1968 from an original on file at the Conservation Library Center, Denver Public Library. Also included are correspondence, graphs, and other data pertaining to the manuscript, found in AL's files. Although the manuscript has Errington's name, it was written by AL and published by him alone, without Iowa data, as "The effect of the winter of 1935-1936 on Wisconsin quail" (1937).

8 letters, misc., ms.

box 007
folder 002
The Spread of the Hungarian Partridge in Wisconsin
Note

In addition to correspondence from the 1929 game survey, this folder holds correspondence, tables, maps, and notes (no draft) for AL's 1940 paper.

1929, 1937-1940

box 007
folder 003
Pheasant Population Turnover
Note

Included are about two copies each of five drafts, January-December 1942, of a paper published in 1943 by AL, T.M. Sperry, W.S. Feeney, and John A. Catenhusen, "Population Turnover on a Wisconsin Pheasant Refuge." Many of the drafts are corrected with sections rewritten by AL, who probably did most of the original writing as well. Data, charts, and graphs are included, as well as correspondence concerning publication and distribution.

1942-1943

box 007
folder 004
Distribution of Wisconsin Hares
Note

Contains several typed drafts for Leopold's paper, "Distribution of Wisconsin Hares," published in 1947, as well as correspondence and maps.

1944-1945

box 007
folder 005
Irv Buss's Pheasant Bulletin, Leopold and Grimmer Preface
Note

Contents include several drafts for a preface to Irv Buss' Wisconsin Conservation Department Pheasant Bulletin (1946). Also included are two drafts of a short preface of 15 Sept. 1943 by AL, discarded in favor of a longer introduction by AL and W.E. Grimmer, "The History and Future of the Pheasant in Wisconsin," for which there are drafts of 15 Feb. 1944, revised 13 July 1944. There is also correspondence and a draft of Buss' "Breeding v. Non-Breeding" section as revised by AL, 1944.

1933-1944

box 008
Phenology Manuscript (published), Working Papers
Note: Contains AL's writings and working papers on phenology. AL was interested in this subject from childhood (see biographical materials in 9/25/10-8, Boxes 004-007; ornithological, hunting, and Shack journals in 9/25/10-7; and phenology records in 9/25/10-8, Box 002). He capped his research effort with a 1947 publication in Ecological Monographs , "A Phenological Record for Sauk and Dane Counties, Wisconsin, 1935-45," with Sara Elizabeth Jones.
box 008
folder 001
Phenology Ms.: Correspondence
Note

Correspondence concerns inquiries, publication, and criticisms. The folder also includes miscellaneous data and notes.

30 letters, 1940-1948

box 008
folder 002
Phenology Ms.: Working Papers, Summer 1945 (?)
Note: Penciled charts and an introduction (PY, typed 6/4/1945).
box 008
folder 003
Phenology Ms.: Phenology Charts, Originals
Note: Charts are marked "Obsolete, 1-25-46."
box 008
folder 004
Phenology Ms.: Working Papers, Summer 1946 (?)
Note: Includes penciled charts and TY-PY draft pages, several with notations indicating they were typed in August 1946.
box 008
folder 005
Phenology Ms.: Drafts
Note: August-December 1946
box 008
folder 006
Phenology Ms.: Final Draft
Note: Includes a TW carbon with no revisions, probably close to the published version.
box 009
Writings: Misc. Manuscripts (published), Working Papers
box 009
folder 001
Science Inquiry
Note

Correspondence and reports mainly concern Bulletin 3, "The University and the Conservation of Wisconsin Wildlife," report of the Committee on Wildlife Conservation (AL chairman) February 1937. Correspondence also addresses forestry and geology (ecology-paleontology). AL was on the committee for the forestry bulletin and apparently wrote most of the erosion bulletin, but materials on these are not in the folder.

Additional materials on the UW "Science Inquiry" project may be found in the records of the Graduate School, Series 6/5/4, Box 001, UW-Madison Archives, and in the papers of C.K. Leith, Series 7/13/12-2, Box 024, UW-Madison Archives.

10 items, 1934-1939

box 009
folder 002
Education (Teaching Conservation in Wisconsin Schools)
Note

Contains correspondence and drafts of sections, including a few by AL, for a Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction bulletin published in 1937 on the subject of teaching conservation in Wisconsin schools.

10 items, 1937-1938

box 009
folder 003
Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer Series, Manuscripts
Note

AL wrote a series of columns on farm wildlife management which were published monthly in the Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer , 1938-1942. A selection of columns was reprinted in pamphlet form. Manuscripts for these columns are included here.

1938-1942

box 009
folder 004
Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer Series, Correspondence and Drawings
Note

Includes correspondence with E.R. McIntyre of the Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer regarding schedules of publication, which were forever being jumbled, and with Byron Jorns, the artist. See also illustrations in Folio 003 of this series.

1938-1942

box 009
folder 005
Lovejoy Obituary
Note

Contains correspondence and miscellaneous items pertaining to AL's memorial essay about P.S. Lovejoy, which was based largely on Lovejoy's letters to AL (9/25/10-1, Box 002, Folder 004).

1942

box 009
folder 006
Cooperrider Obituary, Correspondence
Note

Materials related to AL's obituary for Charles K. Cooperrider, pioneer soil erosion ecologist with the United States Forest Service in the Southwest. Cooperrider died in 1944, but his obituary by AL appeared after AL's own death. Correspondence is with friends of Cooperrider concerning biographical details.

1947-1948

box 009
folder 007
Writings
Note: Bound volume of correspondence and drafts (in rough chronological order) relating to articles written by AL in the 1940s. Deposited by Mrs. Leopold in March 1975; not indexed.
box 010
Writings: SW Book Manuscripts; Iowa Survey (unpublished)
box 010
folder 001
Southwestern Game Fields
Note: Ring-bound manuscript for "Southwestern Game Fields," deposited by Starker Leopold on 18 Sept. 1967. The manuscript (typed on yellow paper with pencil revisions in AL's hand) is apparently entirely written by AL, although the published version was intended as a collaboration between AL, J. Stokley Ligon, and R. Fred Pettit. This copy is one of perhaps five copies. Pettit and Ligon also had complete copies, while certain chapters were sent to Cooperrider, Talbot, Wales, and Winn.
box 010
folder 001
item 001
Record of Copies
Note: (1pPW)
box 010
folder 001
item 002
Illustrations
Note: (1pPW)
box 010
folder 001
item 003
Preface
Note: (5pTYR + 2 PY inserts)
box 010
folder 001
item 004
First draft of Chapter I, "Elements of Game Management"
Note: (46pTYR + 1 insert PY), 1927-05-05
box 010
folder 001
item 005
First draft of Chapter II, "The Virgin Southwest and What the White Man Has Done to It"
Note: (28pTYR), 1927-04-10
box 010
folder 001
item 006
First draft of Chapter III, "The Status of Deer and the Chances for Deer Management in the Southwest"
Note: (14pTYR), n.d.
box 010
folder 001
item 007
First draft of Chapter IV, "Normal Deer Stocking and Productivity"
Note: (9pTY), n.d.
box 010
folder 001
item 008
Incomplete draft of Chapter V, "Deer Habits and Management"
Note: (12pTYR), n.d.
box 010
folder 002
Deer Management in the Southwest
Note: A loose-leaf folder contains working papers for a book by AL, Ligon, and Pettit, ca. March-June 1929, titled "Deer Management in the Southwest." The "Deer Management" manuscript is apparently a later version of "Southwestern Game Fields," but there was probably an intermediate manuscript or addition to the first manuscript of up to 12 chapters.
box 010
folder 002
item 001
Outline of Chapters
Note: (11pPY; outlines of 9 chapters), 1929-03-20
box 010
folder 002
item 002
Outline of Chapters
Note: (10pTY + 4 photographed figures)
box 010
folder 002
item 003
Bibliography for "Deer Management in SW"
Note: (4pTYR + 1pPY instructions for Miss [Vivian] Horn)
box 010
folder 002
item 004
Bibliography for "Deer Management in SW"
Note: (9pTYR + 3 carbons)
box 010
folder 002
item 005
Chapter III, "Breeding Habits of Deer"
Note: (26+2pTYR + 4 figures; instructions for Miss [Vivian] Horn, 1pPY), 1929-05-16
box 010
folder 002
item 006
Fragment of Chapter IV, "Decimating Factors and their Control"
Note: (4pPY; instructions for Miss [Vivian] Horn, 1pPY)
box 010
folder 002
item 007
Chapter IV, "Decimating Factors and their Control"
Note: (4pTY + 1pTW table, "Control costs -- Predatory Animals, New Mexico and Arizona")
box 010
folder 002
item 008
3 tables: Control costs -- Predatory Animals; Normal Deer Kill Per Unit Area; Deer Census Records
Note: (each 1pTY and carbons)
box 010
folder 002
item 009
UW Lecture on Deer Management
Note: (5pTY; lecture notes)
box 010
folder 002
item 010
Scotty [sic; probably Walter Scott] to AL, 5 March 1929, regarding Gila; and Gila game data table, 1/14/1929
box 010
folder 002
item 011
Ligon to AL, 14 June 1929 and 27 June 1929, encl. 8pTY memo on game ranges in southern Arizona from Walter P. Taylor and 6 sections for deer manuscripts (by Ligon)
box 010
folder 002
item 011
item 001
Deer in Olden Days
Note: (4pTW)
box 010
folder 002
item 011
item 002
Predatory Animals and Deer
Note: (9pTW)
box 010
folder 002
item 011
item 003
The Unit Herd (Chapter VIII)
Note: (6pTW)
box 010
folder 002
item 011
item 004
Private Deer Management (under Chapter 2)
Note: (5pTW)
box 010
folder 002
item 011
item 005
Food Habits of Deer
Note: (4pTW)
box 010
folder 002
item 011
item 006
Southwestern Deer Management -- Additional Notes
Note: (3pTW)
box 010
folder 003
Game Survey of Iowa
Note: Bound volume of AL's original county maps and notes, as well as his typescript report (submitted 12 Sept. 1932) on his game survey of Iowa, October 1931-March 1932, under the direction of Jacob L. Crane, Jr., for the State Fish and Game Commission and State Board of Conservation, with the financial cooperation of SAAMI. The report includes a chapter on pheasants by Wallace Grange, USBS. For correspondence concerning the survey and report, see 9/25/10-3, Box 005.
box 011
Writings: Game Survey Reports (unpublished)
box 011
folder 001
Game Survey Reports
Note

This is a bound volume of AL's game survey reports submitted to the Game Restoration Committee, Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers Institute. The individual reports were not published, but many of the findings were summarized in AL's published Report on a Game Survey of the North Central States (1931). The volume in this box contains reports for Mississippi, Missouri, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Minnesota, Iowa, and Michigan; some reports include appendices.

Deposited by Starker Leopold on 18 Sept. 1967.

box 011
folder 001
item 001
Mississippi
Note: 82 numbered pp, 1929-02-01
box 011
folder 001
item 002
Missouri
Note: 186p + app, 1930-03-01
box 011
folder 001
item 003
Wisconsin
Note: 167p + app, 1929-10-01
box 011
folder 001
item 004
Indiana
Note: 74p + app, 1929-06-15
box 011
folder 001
item 005
Illinois
Note: 74p + app, 1929-05-01
box 011
folder 001
item 006
Ohio
Note: 77p, 1928-11-27
box 011
folder 001
item 007
Minnesota
Note: 57p, 1928-09-01
box 011
folder 001
item 008
Iowa
Note: 65p, 1928-08-25
box 011
folder 001
item 009
Michigan
Note: 57p, 1928-07-20
box 011
folder 001
item 010
Report No. 1
Note: 5p, 1928-06-04/1928-06-05
box 012
Writings: Research Manuscripts (unpublished), Working papers
box 012
folder 001
Forest Inspection as Developed in the Southwest
Note

Included are an outline of a speech delivered by AL before the New York Forest Club, 25 Nov. 1924, related correspondence, and background materials, most of which were developed by AL for use in the Southwest District, United States Forest Service.

(ASL), 1921-1924

box 012
folder 001
item 001
Printed tally sheets
box 012
folder 001
item 002
Samples of application of tally sheet principles to ranger work (AL, photostat)
box 012
folder 001
item 003
O, Special, Fire Conference: Topic 60
Note: Contains the D3 notebook tally sheet, a combination inspection outline and report (3pTWR)1921-11-10
box 012
folder 001
item 004
D3 inspection standards summary, 1922-02-02
Note: (photostat)
box 012
folder 001
item 005
District 3, Working units, in 10's, 1920 or 1921
Note: (photostat)
box 012
folder 001
item 006
Length & distribution of inspection trips, National Forest, 1923
Note: (AL hdw, photostat)
box 012
folder 001
item 007
Summary of diary analyses, season 1923
Note: 1924-01-15
box 012
folder 001
item 008
Travel schedule, District 3
Note: (photostat), 1924
box 012
folder 002
The Relations of Weight, Body Dimensions, and Sex in Mallard Ducks
Note

Contains charts and graphs with data, one letter, and two manuscripts.

(ASL); ca. 1925-1926

box 012
folder 003
Properties of Wood in Archery
Note

In addition to about 20 letters or comments (mostly from 1928) and miscellaneous data items, there are three drafts of a technical note, "Wood for Arrows" (rough draft 7pTY; second draft 9pTWR; third draft 11+2pTYR, probably 1928).

(ASL); 1926-1928, 1937

box 012
folder 004
Weights of Quail
Note

Data, correspondence with H.L. Stoddard and various magazine editors, and three drafts of an undated article by AL and John N. Ball, "Measuring the quail crop by weighing the bag," n.d.

Drafts include 8pTYR + fig. [March 1931?]; 8pTYR + fig., with comments by Stoddard, 20 Mar. 1931; 8pTYR + fig. + p., 30 Mar. 1931.

(ASL); 20 letters, 10 misc., 5 mss., 1931-1936

box 012
folder 005
Weights of Upland Game Birds
Note: (ASL); outlines, 25p data1930-1941
box 012
folder 006
The Erosion Cycle in the Southwest
Note

Contains a 16-page manuscript with tracing, negative, and several copies of a drawing, "Southwestern erosion cycles."

(LBL); ca. 1935

box 012
folder 007
Conservation Economics Projects
Note

Contains 4 prospectuses for projects. Note that AL's chair was in the Department of Agricultural Economics.

7 items, 1934-1938

box 012
folder 008
Farmers' Handbook
Note

Contents reflect AL's plans to prepare an extensive farmers' handbook. Apparently the closest he came was the Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer series and pamphlet (see Box 009 above).

17 items, 1934-1937

box 012
folder 009
Hayfield Pheasant Nests
Note

In addition to some data for a 1936 pheasant nesting study which was published by AL in 1937, this folder contains data, charts, and drafts by AL and Dan Thompson pertaining to a 1936-1940 study of pheasant density and hayfield nests. The study was apparently unpublished.

1936-1940

box 012
folder 010
Hawk and Heron Tally to August 1943
Note

Headings, totals, and other notations are in AL's hand, but the actual tally entries are not.

(ASL); 7 p data, 1938-1943

box 012
folder 011
Problem Farms: Manuscript & Comments
Note

Included are comments by Wehrwein, Zeasman, Russell, Wedlake, and Noble Clark regarding a report by AL and Joseph Hickey, "The erosion problem of steep farms in Southwestern Wisconsin," an 88-page typescript prepared for the Wisconsin State Soil Conservation Committee in 1943. A bound copy is included.

6 letters, ms., 1943

box 012
folder 012
Problem Farms: Illustrations
Note: Original maps and charts.
box 012
folder 013
Grouse Manuscript
Note

Contains 2 copies of "Ruffed Grouse flushing rates and population levels," 1 Dec. 1942 (11pTY + 2 charts). Also included are lecture notes for a Kumlien Club talk of the same title, 9 Feb. 1943 (3pTY).

15 letters, mss., 1942-1943

box 012
folder 014
Chickadee Manuscript
Note

Included are penciled and typewritten drafts of AL's "A chicken banding study in Sauk County, Wisconsin" (7p + 2 charts), which reports banding methods and results during 1937-194[?] at the Shack; charts with banding data on downy woodpecker, nuthatch, hairy woodpecker, and chickadee; miscellaneous chickadee data and reprints; 10 letters (1941-42) pertaining to reprints and to AL's proposed chickadee paper; and reports on chickadee and junco (c. 1947, probably not by AL).

10 letters, misc., mss., 1941-1947

box 012
folder 015
Red Pine Phenology Project (with Dave Cook)
Note

Contains correspondence with Dave Cook of the New York Conservation Department concerning data for a joint project which the two men had hoped to write up.

20 letters, 1943-1947

box 012
folder 016
Leopold-Cook Correspondence
Note: Letters, charts, and graphs deposited by Mrs. Cook, 23 May 1969. 37 letters, misc., 1942-1946
box 012
folder 017
Planting Manual -- Food and Cover Data
Note: Notebook of materials relating to wildlife food and cover plants, donated in 1985 by Douglas Wade, a graduate student under Leopold in the 1930s. Wade planned to bring this material together into a publishable manual. AL himself had hoped to complete this project (see folder 008 in this box), but apparently his lack of time convinced him to turn the work and parts of this notebook over to Wade.
box 013
Writings: Prairie du Sac Manuscripts (unpublished); Digests
Note: Holds unpublished manuscripts related to wildlife censuses in the Prairie du Sac area and a bound volume of Leopold's "digests." From 1941 to 1944 AL and Paul Errington attempted to collaborate on a paper analyzing the results of the Prairie du Sac wildlife census, which dated back to 1929. There were probably four drafts each by AL and Errington, alternating with each other. The final result was a version published by Errington alone in Ecological Monographs (January 1945), "Some contributions of a 15 year local study of the northern bobwhite to a knowledge of population phenomena." Only AL's drafts are in the UW-Madison Archives, along with some related correspondence. See also other Prairie du Sac correspondence and records in 9/25/10-5, Box 005.
box 013
folder 001
Prairie du Sac Paper, Correspondence
Note

Correspondence (mostly with Errington) and data.

90 items, 1941-1945

box 013
folder 002
Prairie du Sac Quail Census
Note

Contains two drafts of AL's Prairie du Sac Quail Census report, 1940 (13pPY and 12pT). The latter copy has ink revisions by Errington.

1929-1939

box 013
folder 003
Prairie du Sac Wildlife Census
Note

Contains one AL draft (TW and PY, 17 July 1941) and three copies (35pTY, 1 Sept. 1941). Notes are by Walter Scott, Irv Buss, Harold Hanson, Fred Hamerstrom, et al.

1929-1941

box 013
folder 004
Animal Populations at Prairie du Sac, 1929-1942 -- Leopold, Errington, and Hanson
Note: Bound 45pTY draft (dated 18 Jan. 1943; corrected 18 Feb. 1943), with penciled revisions and notations by AL and others. This draft apparently represents AL's extensive rewriting of a 35-page draft by Errington, summer 1942.
box 013
folder 005
Animal Populations at Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin
Note: [drafts and working papers], 1929-1942
box 013
folder 006
Limits of Summer Gain and Winter Loss in Bobwhite Populations at Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin
Note: Two Leopold drafts, 12-1-43 TY and PY, and 12-13-43 TY. 1929-1943
box 013
folder 007
Digests
Note: Bound volume of AL's "digests"--his page references and notes on books or articles. The digests were typed in multiple copies, some of which may be found in relevant folders throughout the files. The number following each item indicates its relative position in the file.
box 013
folder 007
item 001
Abert, J. W., "The Examination of New Mexico," 9.
box 013
folder 007
item 002
Audubon, John J., "Ornithological Biography: Birds of the USA," 5.
box 013
folder 007
item 003
Bailey, Bert H., "The Raptorial Birds of Iowa," 47.
box 013
folder 007
item 004
Bailey, Vernon, "Deer Investigations in Pennsylvania," 72.
box 013
folder 007
item 005
Ball, John N, "The Grouse in Health and Disease," 79.
box 013
folder 007
item 006
Barnitz, S. P., "The Shooter's Companion," 3.
box 013
folder 007
item 007
Beebe, "A Monograph of the Pheasants," 50.
box 013
folder 007
item 008
Bogardus, A. H., "Field, Cover, and Trap Shooting," 16.
box 013
folder 007
item 009
Bourke, John G., "On the Border with Crook," 25.
box 013
folder 007
item 010
Bradshaw, F., "Hungarian or European Grey Partridge," 49.
box 013
folder 007
item 011
Burnham, John B., "Why Grouse are Scarce," 43.
box 013
folder 007
item 012
Carson, [Christopher "Kit"?], "Adventures of Kit Carson and Fremont," 20.
box 013
folder 007
item 013
Carver, Captain Jonathan, "Three Years' Travels through the Interior Parts of N. America for more than 5,000 Miles," 2.
box 013
folder 007
item 014
Chandless, Wm., "A Visit to Salt Lake," 13.
box 013
folder 007
item 015
Chapman, Frank M., "Birds of Eastern North America," 40
box 013
folder 007
item 016
Coues, Elliott, "Birds of the Northwest," 15.
box 013
folder 007
item 017
Coues, Elliott, "New Light on the Early History of the Great Northwest," 23.
box 013
folder 007
item 018
Cozzens, S. W., "The Marvellous Country," 21.
box 013
folder 007
item 019
Crevecoeur, J. Hector St. John, "Letters from an American Farmer," 28.
box 013
folder 007
item 020
Curtis, Paul A., "Better Shooting is Possible," 67.
box 013
folder 007
item 021
Dawson, Wm. L., "Birds of Ohio," 27.
box 013
folder 007
item 022
de Baca, Cabeza, "The Narrative of Cabeza de Baca," 63.
box 013
folder 007
item 023
de Castaneda, Pedro, "The Narrative of the Expedition of Coronado," 64.
box 013
folder 007
item 024
Derivat, "Game Preservation in Germany," 78.
box 013
folder 007
item 025
Detweiler, F. B., "Better Acorns from a Heavily Fertilized White Oak Tree," 106.
box 013
folder 007
item 026
Elder, Wm. H., "Horseshoe Lakes Region, Illinois," 111.
box 013
folder 007
item 027
Elton, Charles, "Voles, Mice, and Lemmings," 102.
box 013
folder 007
item 028
[ Escalante Journal in] The Catholic Church in Utah , 33.
box 013
folder 007
item 029
Ficker, C. T., "Advice to Emigrants," 11.
box 013
folder 007
item 030
Forbes, S. A., and Gross, A. O., "Numbers and Local Distribution of Illinois Land Birds," 53.
box 013
folder 007
item 031
Forbush, E. W., "Game Birds, Wild Fowl, and Shore Birds," 80.
box 013
folder 007
item 032
Friedmann, Herbert, "Bird Distribution and Bird Banding," 87.
box 013
folder 007
item 033
Gerstell, R. P., "Winter Feeding," 103.
box 013
folder 007
item 034
Glading, Biswell, and Smith, "Studies on Food of the California Quail in 1937," 96.
box 013
folder 007
item 035
Green, R. A., Reynard, and Murphy, "The Influence of Two Burrowing Rodents ... on Desert Soils in Arizona," 88.
box 013
folder 007
item 036
Harland, John, "The Shuttleworth Accounts," 12.
box 013
folder 007
item 037
Harris, W. R., "The Catholic Church in Utah," 33.
box 013
folder 007
item 038
Haskins, C. H., "Studies in the History of Medieval Science," 66.
box 013
folder 007
item 039
Hatch, P. L., "Birds of Minnesota," 22.
box 013
folder 007
item 040
Hickey, Joseph J. and A. Leopold, "Steep Farms in SW Wisconsin," 105.
box 013
folder 007
item 041
Hicks, Lawrence E., "The Controlled Hunting Areas and the Pheasant Refuge Management System in Northwestern Ohio," 95.
box 013
folder 007
item 042
Hittell, "Adventures of James C. Adams," 14.
box 013
folder 007
item 043
Holbrook, Stewart H., "Burning an Empire," 107.
box 013
folder 007
item 044
Hughes, "Doniphan's Expedition," 8.
box 013
folder 007
item 045
Imlay, George, "The Western Territory of North America," 1.
box 013
folder 007
item 046
Inman, Col. Henry, "The Old Santa Fe Trail," 24.
box 013
folder 007
item 047
Judd, S. D., "The Grouse and Wild Turkeys of the United States," 29.
box 013
folder 007
item 048
Kalm, Pehr, "Description of Maize, How It Is Planted and Cultivated in North America, Together with the Many Uses of This Crop Plant," 93.
box 013
folder 007
item 049
Kelso, Leon H., "Food Habits of Prairie Dogs," 98.
box 013
folder 007
item 050
Kilp, F. G., "Survey of Legal and Illegal Deer Kill," 73.
box 013
folder 007
item 051
Kinzie, Mrs. John, "Waubun," 77.
box 013
folder 007
item 052
Kumlien, L. and N. Hollister, "Birds of Wisconsin," 26.
box 013
folder 007
item 053
Lantz, David, "Raising Deer and Other Large Game Animals in the United States," 35.
box 013
folder 007
item 054
LeCompte, E. Lee, "Winter Feeding of Bob-White Quail and Propagation of Quail," 65.
box 013
folder 007
item 055
Leopold, Aldo, "Population of People and Grouse in Scotland," 81.
box 013
folder 007
item 056
Leopold, Aldo, "Quail Sex Ratio Tally, Season of 1929," 82.
box 013
folder 007
item 057
Leopold, Aldo, "Weights of Quail," 83.
box 013
folder 007
item 058
Leopold, Aldo, "Report of Cooperative Quail Investigation, 1935-1936," 84.
box 013
folder 007
item 059
Leopold, Aldo, "Relation of Food, Cold, and Snow to Winter Quail Losses," 85.
box 013
folder 007
item 060
Leopold, Aldo, "Numbers of Ruffed Grouse, S. New Hampshire and Mass.," 86.
box 013
folder 007
item 061
Leopold, Aldo, "Roosevelt Deer Family," 90.
box 013
folder 007
item 062
Leopold, Aldo, "Lewis and Clark Expedition," 45.
box 013
folder 007
item 063
Lewis, E. J., "The American Sportsman," 19.
box 013
folder 007
item 064
Ligon, J. S., "Wildlife of New Mexico," 41.
box 013
folder 007
item 065
Lunn, W. M., Brown, McMurtrey, and Garner, "Tobacco Following Bare and Natural Weed Fallow and Pure Stands of Certain Weeds," 97.
box 013
folder 007
item 066
Mair, C. and R. MacFarlane, "Limitations of Beaver Kill by Hudson's Bay Company," 31.
box 013
folder 007
item 067
Malcolm, G., A. Maxwell, and C. Black, "Grouse and Grouse Moors," 34.
box 013
folder 007
item 068
Mather, W. W., "Geological Survey of the State of Ohio," 6.
box 013
folder 007
item 069
Maxwell, "Summary of Management of Gray Partridge in 16 English Estates," 70.
box 013
folder 007
item 070
Maxwell, Aymer, "Partridges and Partridge Manors," 36.
box 013
folder 007
item 071
Mershon, W. B, "Recollections of my fifty years hunting and fishing," 52.
box 013
folder 007
item 072
Middleton, A. D., "Factors controlling the population of the Partridge (Perdix perdix) in Great Britain," 92.
box 013
folder 007
item 073
Munro, J. A., "European Gray Partridge in the Okanagon Valley," 59.
box 013
folder 007
item 074
Nelson, E. W, "Status of Pronghorned Antelope," 58.
box 013
folder 007
item 075
Nevins and Meyers, "Geological Survey of Ohio," 18.
box 013
folder 007
item 076
Newsom, William Monypenny, "Whitetailed Deer," 61.
box 013
folder 007
item 077
Nice, M. M., "Studies in the Life History of the Song Sparrow," 94.
box 013
folder 007
item 078
Nice, M. M., "Digest of Song Behavior -- Song Sparrow," 108.
box 013
folder 007
item 079
Niederhof, C. H. and R. Stahelin, "Climatic Conditions Within and Adjacent to a Forest Plantation in the Nebraska Sandhills," 100.
box 013
folder 007
item 080
Olmstead, F. H., "Gila River Flood Control," 44.
box 013
folder 007
item 081
Oregon State Agricultural College, "The China Pheasant in Oregon," 76.
box 013
folder 007
item 082
Ossendowski, Ferdinand, "Beasts, Men, and Gods," 60.
box 013
folder 007
item 083
Page, Richard, "New Ways with Partridges," 56.
box 013
folder 007
item 084
Parkman, "The California and Oregon Trail," 104.
box 013
folder 007
item 085
Parkman, "The Oregon Trail," 101.
box 013
folder 007
item 086
[Pattie, James N.], "Pattie's Personal Narrative," 4.
box 013
folder 007
item 087
Penn. Board of Game Commissioners, "The Pennsylvania Deer Problem," 75.
box 013
folder 007
item 088
Percy, Lord William, "English Method of Restocking with Breeding Ducks," 39.
box 013
folder 007
item 089
Phillips, John C., "Shooting Records, Wenham Lake, 1897-1925," 57.
box 013
folder 007
item 090
Prescott, William H., "History of the Conquest of Mexico," 17.
box 013
folder 007
item 091
[Prince], "Prince's Concise History of New Mexico," 38.
box 013
folder 007
item 092
Quarles, E. A., "The Wild Turkey at Woodmont," 42.
box 013
folder 007
item 093
Reynolds, J. M., "On the Inheritance of Food Effects in the Flour Beetle," 110.
box 013
folder 007
item 094
Robinson, Cyril S., "Notes on the California Condor Collected on Los Padres National Forest," 99.
box 013
folder 007
item 095
Rose Lake Wildlife Experiment Station, "Food Productivity for Wildlife on an Area of Agricultural Land," 109.
box 013
folder 007
item 096
Ruxton, G. F., "Mexico and the Rocky Mountains," 10.
box 013
folder 007
item 097
Schierbeck, Otto, "Forestry vs. Game Cover," 37.
box 013
folder 007
item 098
Seton, Ernest Thompson, "Lives (?)," 32.
box 013
folder 007
item 099
Shepard, Ward, "Notes on German Game Management," 89.
box 013
folder 007
item 100
Shiras, George 3rd, "The Wildlife of Lake Superior," 48.
box 013
folder 007
item 101
Smith, Clinton G., "Management Plan -- Pisgah National Forest," 69.
box 013
folder 007
item 102
Stoddard, H. L., "Report on Quail Investigations," 54.
box 013
folder 007
item 103
Stoddart, A. M., "Ruffed Grouse in New York State," 46.
box 013
folder 007
item 104
Tinan, Clate, "The Vanishing Prairie Hen," 30.
box 013
folder 007
item 105
Treherne, R. C. and E. R. Buckell, "Grasshoppers of British Columbia," 55.
box 013
folder 007
item 106
Trippensee, R. E., "Biology and Management of the Cottontail Rabbit," 91.
box 013
folder 007
item 107
Waller, "Predator Control on Saline Game Refuge," 74.
box 013
folder 007
item 108
Walton, "The Complete Angler," 112.
box 013
folder 007
item 109
Welch, Walter R., "Shooting in California Today and 50 Years Ago," 68.
box 013
folder 007
item 110
Welford, R. G. and J. Bright, "The Game Laws," 7.
box 013
folder 007
item 111
Wight, H. M., "Cooperative Investigation of Privately Owned State Game Refuges of Michigan," 71.
box 013
folder 007
item 112
Wisconsin [State of], "Digest of Wisconsin Conservation Commission Reports," 62.
box 013
folder 007
item 113
Wright, William H., "The Grizzly Bear," 51.
box 014
Writings: Miscellaneous Manuscripts; Lectures; Yale Reports; German Notes
box 014
folder 001
Manuscripts of Articles
Note

Contains typescripts of 15 articles published by AL during the 1940s. Donated by Mrs. Leopold.

15 mss., 1940-1947

box 014
folder 002
Lectures, 1933-1947
Note: Lecture notes may be typed (T), hand written in pencil (P), written in essay form (E), revised (R), or contain slide lists (S). They are arranged in chronological order, with separate series for undated lectures, 3x5" cards, and radio talks.
box 014
folder 002
item 001
Ecology as an applied science
Note: 5pTRE; Phi Beta Kappa, UNM 5-5-1933
box 014
folder 002
item 002
Wildlife research in Wisconsin
Note: 6pTRE ca. 2-1-1935
box 014
folder 002
item 003
A pheasant drive in Germany
Note: 3pTPS; Midwest Game Conference, Urbana 12-6-1935
box 014
folder 002
item 004
An erosion theory for the southwest
Note: 9pTRSE; Erosion Symposium 12-17-1935
box 014
folder 002
item 005
Deer and forestry in Germany
Note: 5pTRSE; Phi Sigma 12-19-1935
box 014
folder 002
item 006
Nine centuries of deer management in Germany
Note: 9pTPSE; Agriculture Faculty 1-18-1936
box 014
folder 002
item 007
Sketches of land use in Germany
Note: 8pTRSE; Taylor-Hibbard Club 1-22-1936
box 014
folder 002
item 008
Vertical planning for wildlife
Note: 4pPE; Rural Regional Planning 3-25-1936
box 014
folder 002
item 009
European game management
Note: 3pTS; Wildlife Conference 3-4-1937
box 014
folder 002
item 010
Conservation in Germany
Note: 4pPS; Steuben Society 1-28-1937
box 014
folder 002
item 011
The German and his land
Note: 6pTRSE, University Club
box 014
folder 002
item 012
Conservation in the world of tomorrow
Note: 5pTRSE; Tripp Commons; Student Forum 3-29-1937
box 014
folder 002
item 013
History of the pheasant
Note: 3pTPS; Riley Meeting 3-16-1938
box 014
folder 002
item 014
The Faville Grove Wildlife Area
Note: 2pPS/TS; Madison Bird Club 11-16-1938
box 014
folder 002
item 015
Wildlife research
Note: 2pPSE; Prof. Club 1-24-1939
box 014
folder 002
item 016
Game policy model, 1930
Note: 7pTE; Wildlife Conference 2-15-1939
box 014
folder 002
item 017
Greens keepers course
Note: 2pPS 3-8-1939
box 014
folder 002
item 018
Lecture 1: Behavior of bird populations
Note: 3pTSE; Ohio Lectures 8-12-1939
box 014
folder 002
item 019
Erosion economics in the Southwest
Note: 2pTS; Taylor-Hibbard 11-23-1939
box 014
folder 002
item 020
Biotic theories and conservation
Note: 2pTRE; Phi Sigma 2-29-1940
box 014
folder 002
item 021
Biotic theory
Note: 2pPSE
box 014
folder 002
item 022
Diversified farming for wildlife
Note: 2pTS; Marshfield Lecture 7-22-1940
box 014
folder 002
item 023
The farmer cooperatives of Wisconsin
Note: 3pTRS; Wilson Club 11-1940
box 014
folder 002
item 024
Final plan for symposium on Wildlife Management
Note: 1pT
box 014
folder 002
item 025
The erosion problem in the Southwest as compared with Wisconsin
Note: 4pPSE; Farmers Week 2-5-1941
box 014
folder 002
item 026
Conservation of natural resources
Note: 2p mimeo SE; Freshman Forum 5-16-1941
box 014
folder 002
item 027
Deer in Utah, Oregon, and Nevada, Coast
Note: 2pTRS; Seminar 11-24-1941
box 014
folder 002
item 028
Scientific uses of wilderness
Note: 2pTSE; Getaway Club 1-17-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 029
German ecology
Note: 3pPS; Seminar 3-16-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 030
Wildlife manager; erosion engineer
Note: 2pPS; Freshman Forum 5-1-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 031
Conservation of the western ranges
Note: 4pTSE; Phi Sigma 5-14-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 032
Delta duck studies
Note: 3pTS; Dane County Conservation League 5-26-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 033
The last stand of the hardwoods
Note: 3pTRSE 6-25-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 034
Pheasant, Bobwhite, Hungarian Partridge, Cottontail
Note: 2pPS, 2 cards TS; Conservation Congress 7-14-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 035
The prairie: the forgotten flora
Note: 4pTSE; Colonial Dames, Milwaukee 11-6-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 036
History of land-use: western Wisconsin
Note: 3pTE; Seminar with [Joseph] Hickey 11-9-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 037
Pheasant population studies
Note: 4pTPSE; Seminar 12-4-1942
box 014
folder 002
item 038
The excess deer problem
Note: 2pPE; Getaways 1-16-1943
box 014
folder 002
item 039
The deer problem
Note: 5pPS; Deer Committee 1-21-1943
box 014
folder 002
item 040
Animal populations at Prairie du Sac, 1929-1942
Note: 6 pTSRE; Seminar 2-15-1943
box 014
folder 002
item 041
Short summary of the deer problem
Note: 2pTSE; Chm. Citizens' Deer Committee 6-21-1943
box 014
folder 002
item 042
Deer on forced rations
Note: 2pTSE; 4-H Wisconsin Dells 9-10-1943
box 014
folder 002
item 043
Deer on forced rations
Note: 2pTSE; Farm Short Course 1-19-1944
box 014
folder 002
item 044
Birdsong phenology
Note: 3pT; Kumlien [Bird] Club 10-19-1943
box 014
folder 002
item 045
Land-health in southwestern Wisconsin
Note: 10pTRSE; ASCE 11-3-1943
box 014
folder 002
item 046
Arboretum pheasants
Note: 3pTRSE; Arboretum meeting w/ Getaways 11-19-1943
box 014
folder 002
item 047
Prairie du Sac quail, 1929-43
Note: 5pTRSE; Seminar 12-6-1943
box 014
folder 002
item 048
Animal tracks
Note: 2pTS; Short Course 1-10-1944
box 014
folder 002
item 049
Steep farms in southwestern Wisconsin
Note: 1p mimeo, 1pTS: Dodgeville 2-2-1944; Menomonie 2-9-44; LaCrosse 2-11-44
box 014
folder 002
item 050
Pheasant cover in Dane County
Note: 3pTS; Dane County Sportsmen 2-28-1944
box 014
folder 002
item 051
Land-health in southwestern Wisconsin
Note: 3pTRSE; Garden Club 3-7-1944
box 014
folder 002
item 052
Forest browse problems
Note: 4pTRS; Society of American Foresters Milwaukee 3-25-1944
box 014
folder 002
item 053
Seven prongs of the deer dilemma
Note: 5pTRSE [apparently includes "Deer census estimates, national forests, 1921-1942," 1pP] 6-26-1944
box 014
folder 002
item 054
Birdsong phenology
Note: 5pTRS, 1pPE; Kumlien [Bird] Club 11-28-1944
box 014
folder 002
item 055
Birdsong phenology II: Hours of song
Note: 6pTRSE; Seminar 12-4-1944
box 014
folder 002
item 056
Runaway populations
Note: 6pTRSE; Young Ag Club [apparently includes "Some runaway populations in Wisconsin," 1p mimeo, WLE 118] 12-5-1944
box 014
folder 002
item 057
Food and cover techniques
Note: 3pPS; WL Techniques 161 1-4-1945
box 014
folder 002
item 058
Distribution of Wisconsin hares
Note: 2pTRS; Seminar 1-10-1945
box 014
folder 002
item 059
Plant patterns: interspersion theory, patterns
Note: 2pTRSE; WLE 118? 2-17-1945
box 014
folder 002
item 060
The deer problem of northern Wisconsin
Note: 5pTRS; Extension 3-8-1945
box 014
folder 002
item 061
Timber wolf
Note: 1pTE, 3pPE; Getaways 3-17-1945
box 014
folder 002
item 062
The trend of events in American wildlife
Note: 6pTRSE 11-9-1945
box 014
folder 002
item 063
Irruptive deer herds
Note: 5pTSE; University of Chicago 12-3-1945
box 014
folder 002
item 064
Some Wisconsin wildlife problems
Note: 2pTRS; Fr. Engineers Orientation Lecture 2-1-1946
box 014
folder 002
item 065
The farmer as a naturalist
Note: 4pPSE; Short Course 2-4-1946
box 014
folder 002
item 066
Wilderness conservation
Note: 5pTRSE; Friends of the Native Landscape 3-26-1946
box 014
folder 002
item 067
The Wisconsin deer problem
Note: 2pTRSE; Green Lake 9-13-1946
box 014
folder 002
item 068
Summer cruising radius of a quail covey
Note: 1p mimeo; Kumlien [Bird] Club 10-15-1946
box 014
folder 002
item 069
Steps to publication
Note: 1pTE; WL Techniques 161 ["Sample Outline: Age Criteria for cottontail," 1pTE] 12-19-1946
box 014
folder 002
item 070
Wildlife and farm land-use
Note: 3pTRE; Rotary Club 11-5-1947
box 014
folder 003
Lectures, Undated and 3x5 cards
box 014
folder 003
item 001
Rodent management on southwest ranges
Note: Undated lecture; 3pPE
box 014
folder 003
item 002
The food and cover problem in southern Wisconsin
Note: Undated lecture; 3pTS
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folder 003
item 003
Lecture 5: The cow in the woodlot
Note: Undated lecture; 3pTRSE
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folder 003
item 004
Theories of population
Note: Undated lecture; 3pTE
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folder 003
item 005
Motives for conservation
Note: Undated lecture; 6pTRE, WLE 118
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folder 003
item 006
Tracks
Note: Undated lecture; 1pTS, WLE 118
box 014
folder 003
item 007
Tracks -- extra lecture
Note: Undated lecture; 1pTS, WLE 118
box 014
folder 003
item 008
Biography of a covey
Note: Undated lecture; 2pPS
box 014
folder 003
item 009
Phenology
Note: Undated lecture; 2pPS, 1944, Seminar?
box 014
folder 003
item 010
The Wisconsin deer problem
Note: Undated lecture; 2pTS
box 014
folder 003
item 011
Deer lecture -- general
Note: Undated lecture; 1pPS
box 014
folder 003
item 012
Lecture (15?): Density, carrying capacity
Note: Undated lecture; 6pTRSE
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folder 003
item 013
Historical phenology of southern Wisconsin
Note: Undated lecture; 2pTRSE, 3pPE, early 1946?
box 014
folder 003
item 014
Report on (11th annual wildlife) conference
Note: Undated lecture; 3pPE, 1946?
box 014
folder 003
item 015
Properties of wildlife populations
Note: 3" x 5"; 3 cards TRS(FPL Lecture) 5-6-41
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folder 003
item 016
Conservationist in Mexico
Note: 3" x 5"; 7 cards TRSE (Gamma Alpha) 5-8-41
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folder 003
item 017
"What can I do?"
Note: 3" x 5"; 5 cards TPSE(Garden Club) 10-1-42
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folder 003
item 018
Soil conservation in western Wisconsin
Note: 3" x 5"; 3 cards PS (Sunset Garden Club)
box 014
folder 003
item 019
Biotic land use
Note: 3" x 5"; 7 cards TPE
box 014
folder 003
item 020
Turnover in chickadees (Aldo and Carl Leopold)
Note: 3" x 5"
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folder 003
item 021
"Learn to read"
Note: 3" x 5"; 4 cards
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folder 003
item 022
Chickadee study
Note: 3" x 5"; 3 cards
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folder 003
item 023
Meaning of conservation
Note: 3" x 5"; 8 cards TE
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folder 003
item 024
Conservation commission
Note: 3" x 5"; 4 cards PE
box 014
folder 004
Radio Talks, 1933-1936
Note: These are manuscripts of radio talks (mostly over WHA) by AL in the 1930s on wildlife and game management. Deposited by Luna Leopold.
box 014
folder 004
item 001
Leaving food and cover
Note: Radio talk (WHA); 3p 9-8-1933
box 014
folder 004
item 002
Feed early to keep game at home
Note: Radio talk (WHA); 3p 11-2-1933
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folder 004
item 003
Feeding winter birds on the farm
Note: Radio talk (WHA); 3p 12-1-1933
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folder 004
item 004
The farm woodlot and the bird crop
Note: Radio talk (WHA); 4p 12-14-1933
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folder 004
item 005
Coaxing the winter birds
Note: Radio talk (WHA); 3p 1-9-1934
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folder 004
item 006
Game on the modern farm
Note: Radio talk (WHA); 6p 3-18-1934
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folder 004
item 007
The game cycle -- a challenge to science
Note: Radio talk (NBC/Chicago); 9p 8-18-1934
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folder 004
item 008
Planning winter food and cover
Note: Radio talk (WHA); 3p 9-10-1934
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folder 004
item 009
Food patches for birds
Note: Radio talk (WHA); 3p 10-19-1934
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folder 004
item 010
Feeding birds -- a new winter sport
Note: Radio talk (Homemakers' Program); 5p 2-20-1935
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folder 004
item 011
New methods for game cropping
Note: Radio talk (College of the Air); 7p 2-10-1936
box 014
folder 004
item 012
Preserving Wisconsin's game supply
Note: Radio talk (College of the Air); 6p 2-17-1936
box 014
folder 005
Papers and Reports, Yale Forest School
Note

Contains research papers and reports prepared by AL for courses at Yale Forest School. Manuscripts were deposited by Mrs. Leopold.

6 reports, chart, 1908-1909

box 014
folder 005
item 001
Silvical Characters of American Conifers & Yews
Note: Chart (handwritten blueprint) compiled from lecture notes, course in Dendrology, Professor J. W. Toumey, Yale Forest School; also from Sargent's Manual & Silvical Leaflets, US Forest Service 31 October 1908
box 014
folder 005
item 002
18 Problems
Note: 23p handwritten (ink); Course in Forest Valuation, given under course in forest management, by H. H. Chapman, Yale Forest School; Fall term 1908
box 014
folder 005
item 003
Planting Plan for the Woodbridge Reservoir Tract
Note: Made for the New Haven Water Company; 23p handwritten + figures. Field work in June 1908; Report #3, 15 October 1908
box 014
folder 005
item 004
Symbols used in Forest Valuation together with some fundamental conceptions and formulae
Note: 10p hdw; prepared subsequent to course given by H. H. Chapman, Yale Forest School, 1908. References to problems given in the same course. Ind. Work II, 10 December 1908
box 014
folder 005
item 005
Report on the Shasta National Forest
Note: 11pTW + figs.; course in National Forests by R. E. Benedict, United States Forest Service, February 1909. Report #4, 16 February 1909
box 014
folder 005
item 006
Some Figures on Old Field Pine in Tyler County, Texas
Note: 13pTW; Report #5, May & June 1909
box 014
folder 005
item 007
Working Plan for Tract No. 1, Town of Guilford, New Haven County, Connecticut
Note: 26pTW + figs.; prepared in connection with a course in silviculture, Yale Forest School. Field work in May 1908. Report #6, 1 February 1909
box 014
folder 006
German Notes
Note

AL bound his notes pertaining to his trip to Germany in August-October 1935. The trip was sponsored by the Carl Schurz Memorial Foundation and the Oberlaender Trust to study German methods of forestry and game management. The notes are on various types and sizes of paper, mostly handwritten. Maps, reprints, and graphs are also included. Subdivisions in the bound volume include: Addresses, Accounts, etc.; Berlin; Dresden, Tharandt (Saxony); Czechoslovakia; Wurtemburg, Baden; Silesia; Ecology; Life History; Digests. The volume was deposited by A. Starker Leopold, 18 Sept. 1967.

bound volume, 1935

box 015
Writings: [University of Wisconsin] Course Materials
box 015
folder 001
Extension Lectures
Note

Contains notes for six UW Extension lectures, together with a few handouts.

1934-1937

box 015
folder 002
Handouts, Game Management 379
Note

Loose-leaf notebook of handouts--mostly management digests in mimeo form that were prepared by students in Wildlife Management 179 (a course taught by Leopold until his death, and by Hickey thereafter). Deposited by Joseph Hickey.

1946-1951

box 015
folder 003
Leopold, Lectures in Wildlife Ecology
Note

Also deposited by Hickey is this loose-leaf notebook containing materials from Wildlife Ecology 118. Hickey took this course as a student of AL in 1943 and taught it jointly with AL in 1948. The 1943 materials include handouts and Hickey's notes on lectures. Copies of AL's own lecture notes for 1948 are interfiled; many notes bear his own marks for revision and questions for oral quizzes in class.

See the Hickey papers, 9/25/11, for Hickey's notebooks of lectures in Wildlife Ecology 118 for the years immediately after AL's death, when he revamped the course.

1943-1948

box 015
folder 004
Grant Cottam, WLE 118
Note

Includes photocopied notes and materials of Grant Cottam, who took AL's course in 1946. Cottam typed his notes on AL's lectures and bound them with handouts and exam papers. AL's WLE 118 was a memorable and influential course for many UW students, a number of whom (like Grant Cottam) became prominent ecologists.

1946

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folder 005
General Collection of Handouts, 188 & 179
box 015
folder 006
box 016
Writings: Unpublished Manuscripts -- AL's Desk File
Note

Contains some 200 unpublished manuscripts and fragments found in AL's desk file at the time of his death. Some manuscripts contain ideas which he wanted to set down for possible future use. The manuscripts span years from 1917 to 1948, though several are undated. Portions of the material appeared in revised form in AL's published work, including Round River . Also included are articles, speeches, seminar papers, reports, essays, and fragments on the diverse interests of a lifetime.

After AL's death, these manuscripts were sent to Dr. A. Starker Leopold, who inherited his father's library. On 18 Sept. 1967, Starker Leopold deposited the entire corpus in the UW-Madison Archives. An attempt has been made to arrange the manuscripts according to subject and chronology; a bibliography is included in the box. Titles are self-explanatory (see below).

Items indented were stapled or clipped with the items they follow. The numbers associated with most of th eitems correspond with the numbered items in box 17.

box 016
folder 001
Bibliography [of Unpublished Manuscripts -- AL's Desk File]
box 016
folder 002
Wildlife and Game Management to 1928
box 016
folder 002
item 001
"Mixing trout in western waters"
Note: For American Fisheries Society 47th Annual Meeting; 4pTW, 79. 8-29-1917
box 016
folder 002
item 002
"Bird plan for University campus -- Memo for Mr. Ikemoto"
Note: 4pTY + 2pPW notes, 19. 9-13-1918
box 016
folder 002
item 003
"The bird life of New Mexico"
Note: From Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce; 6pTY, 15.
box 016
folder 002
item 004
"How to build bird houses"
Note: For Evening Herald , AL, Albuquerque Game Protective Association; 4pTY, 68.
box 016
folder 002
item 005
"How to make the home place attractive for birds"
Note: For Evening Herald , AL, Albuquerque C of C; 2pTY, 78.
box 016
folder 002
item 006
"Birds and cats"
Note: 3pTYR, 197.
box 016
folder 002
item 007
"Reorganizing our national game factory"
Note: AL, United States Forest Service; 6pTY, 12.
box 016
folder 002
item 008
"The next move in public shooting grounds"
Note: For Bulletin of the American Game Protective Association ; 1pTY, 180.
box 016
folder 002
item 009
"The gun club of the future"
Note: 3p ink WR, 165.
box 016
folder 002
item 010
"A remedy for the 'songbird list'"
Note: 4pTY, 168. 1923?
box 016
folder 002
item 011
"Quail and timber as a farm crop"
Note: Drawings; 2pPY, [unnumbered].
box 016
folder 002
item 012
"The conservation press"
Note: 3pTY, 16.
box 016
folder 002
item 013
"Recent developments in game management"
Note: USFS Bulletin IX:9 ; 2p mimeo, 13. 3-2-1925
box 016
folder 002
item 014
"Ten new developments in American game management"
Note: National Game Conference, 8-9 December 1924; 15pTW, [unnumbered]. 4-10-1925
box 016
folder 002
item 015
"History of game protection in New Mexico"
Note: 5pTW, 14. 8-27-1925
box 016
folder 002
item 016
"Duck limits"
Note: 4pTW, 11.
box 016
folder 002
item 016
item 001
AL to Will Dilg
Note: Outdoor America , encl[osed]. mss.; 2pTY, pub.? 3-10-1925
box 016
folder 002
item 017
"What needs to be done for the ducks?"
Note: Copy; each has notes by AL and [?], 24pTYR, 171. 11-18-1926
box 016
folder 002
item 017
item 001
AL to Ringland
Note: encl. mss. (1pTY) 12-16-1926
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folder 002
item 017
item 002
Comments on mss. by [Sheldon?]
Note: (8p ink Y)
box 016
folder 002
item 017
item 003
Copy
Note: (8pTW)
box 016
folder 002
item 017
item 004
Ringland to AL regarding mss. and Sheldon's comments
Note: (1pTW) 5-12-1927
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folder 002
item 017
item 005
John B. Burnham to AL regarding mss.
Note: (3p ink W) 2-20-1928
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folder 002
item 018
"Science and game conservation"
Note: for IWLA Convention, Omaha; 9pTW + 6 figs., [unnumbered]. 4-19-1928
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folder 003
box 016
folder 003
item 001
"Standards of conservation"
Note: 6pPW, 167. 1922?
box 016
folder 003
item 002
"Skill in forestry"
Note: 5pTY, 178.
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folder 003
item 002
item 001
Comments by J. C. K.
Note: 1pPY
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folder 003
item 002
item 002
Comments by M. M. C.
Note: 1p ink Y
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folder 003
item 002
item 003
Comments by R. E. M.
Note: 3pTY 9-13-1922
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folder 003
item 002
item 004
Memorandum for Mr. Leopold; by M. W. T.? [Talbot?]
Note: 2pTY 7-20-22
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folder 003
item 002
item 005
E. M. K. [E. W. K.?] to AL
Note: 1pTY 6-4-1923
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folder 003
item 003
"Some fundamentals of conservation in the Southwest"
Note: 19pTY, 182.
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folder 003
item 003
item 001
Frank A. Waugh to AL
Note: 1pTW; returning mss. 5-26-1923
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folder 003
item 003
item 002
Clipping on wilderness (from Fred Winn)
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folder 003
item 003
item 003
Map of Gila [Wilderness Area?]
Note: (1 sheet)
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folder 003
item 004
Memo for AL regarding article, from M. M. C.? [Cheney?],
Note: 183. 4-17-1923
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folder 003
item 005
"Forest inspection as developed in the Southwest"
Note: 4pPW, 163.
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folder 003
item 006
AL to Frank [Pooler?] regarding D-3 inspection reports,
Note: 5pTY, 164. 2-2-1925
box 016
folder 003
item 007
"Economic determinism in national forestry"
Note: 2pPY, 179.
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folder 003
item 007
item 001
Notes for article, 1pPW
box 016
folder 003
item 008
"Transmission of spiral in redwood sprouts"
Note: 1pTW, 175.
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folder 003
item 009
"Notes on spiral redwood"
Note: 3pTW, 176.
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folder 003
item 010
"Izaak Walton League and its relation to forestry in Wisconsin"
Note: 48.
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folder 003
item 011
"Proposed joint research program, Forest Products Laboratory-UW"
Note: 4pTY; 2 copies, [unnumbered]. 10-24-1927
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folder 003
item 012
"The virgin Southwest"
Note: 29pTYR; Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe, [unnumbered]. 5-6-1933
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folder 003
item 012
item 001
E. Dana Johnson to AL
Note: 1pTW; returning mss. 10-20-????
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folder 003
item 013
"Vegetation for erosion control in the CCC camps of southwestern Wisconsin"
Note: 10p mimeo, 75.
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folder 003
item 014
"The silviculture of erosion and game vegetation"
Note: 2pTW; memo for C. P. Winslow, 72. 5-29-1934
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item 015
"Roadside prairies"
Note: 39TW, 118. 8-16-1941
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folder 003
item 016
"Cows and contours: The problem of steep farms in southwestern Wisconsin"
Note: 3pPY; AL and J. J. Hickey, 25.
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folder 004
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folder 004
item 001
"The wilderness fallacy"
Note: 7pTY; AL, USFS; see Kerr to Forester, 15 Dec 1916, transmitting mss., in National Archives, 66.
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folder 004
item 002
"A wilderness area program"
Note: 3pTYR; 63. ca. 1922
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folder 004
item 003
"A plea for wilderness hunting grounds"
Note: 10pTW, and 5p for figures TW; FRC 37759 copy has P note "revised 11-10-24"; for Outdoor Life, 65.
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folder 004
item 003
item 001
J.A. McGuire to AL [Letter]
Note: 1pTY, 12-22-1924; accepting article for publication in Outdoor Life
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folder 004
item 003
item 002
AL to Northey [Letter]
Note: 1pTY, 5-23-1925; regarding publication of article
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folder 004
item 004
"The vanishing wilderness"
Note: 7pTWR; for Outdoor America, 177.
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folder 004
item 004
item 001
[List of] Possible illustrations for "The vanishing wilderness" (1pTW)
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folder 004
item 004
item 002
Fragment (1pPY)
Note:
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item 004
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[Letter], E.H. Ross to AL (1pTW, 3-12-1926; returning mss. for revision
Note:
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item 005
"The conservation of wilderness recreation"
Note: 4pTW; Getaway disc., 64. 2-19-1927
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folder 004
item 006
"Notes on wilderness"
Note: 1pTY; 181. [Folder not found in file, 5 February 2003]
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folder 004
item 007
"Wilderness area -- notes"
Note: 1pPY; 162.
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folder 004
item 008
"Wilderness"
Note: 4pPY; 99. 1935
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folder 004
item 009
"Outline for 'Wilderness,'"
Note: 1pPY; 100.
box 016
folder 004
item 010
"Wilderness [notes]"
Note: 1pPW; regarding Darwin, geology, and ecology; on [back of] German stationery, 36. 1935
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folder 004
item 011
"What shrinks wilderness?"
Note: 2pTW; IWLA, not given, 67. 3-29-1940
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folder 005
Philosophic and Literary to 1940
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folder 005
item 001
"A man's leisure time"
Note: 11pTW; address, UNM Assembly, 173. 10-15-1920
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folder 005
item 002
"A criticism of the booster spirit"
Note: 10+2pTYR; Ten Dons Club, 174. 11-6-1923
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folder 005
item 003
"Blue River"
Note: 1pPY; also copy dated 1948, 81. 6-11-1922
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folder 005
item 004
"The sportsman-naturalist"
Note: 1pPY; AL, USFS [byline]; 169.
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folder 005
item 005
"Thoughts on a map of Liberia"
Note: 2pPY; [addl. 1pPY notes on back of one of those pages -- titled separately], 170.
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folder 005
item 006
"The River of the Mother of God"
Note: 8pTY; 172.
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item 006
item 001
[Letter from] Wilbur Cross, ed., to AL, 12-16-24; rejecting mss. for Yale Review
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folder 005
item 007
"Sand burs"
Note: 2pTY; for Sportsman's Review, AL, Albuquerque, 193.
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folder 005
item 008
"What is a sportsman?"
Note: 2pPY; notes, 166.
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folder 005
item 008
item 001
[Letter] C. Proebstel to AL 10-28-1925; requesting support
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folder 005
item 008
item 002
Clipping regarding NMGPA (ca. 1925)
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folder 005
item 009
"Economics of the wild"
Note: 7pTW; AL, 905 University Ave., 6.
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folder 005
item 010
"Goose music"
Note: 9pTY; 194.
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folder 005
item 010
item 001
[Letter], Clark McAdams to AL (1pTW, 7-1-?; rejecting mss.; Wild Life Mag. folding
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folder 005
item 010
item 002
[Note], M.M.C. to AL (2p PW, regarding mss.)
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folder 005
item 011
"Digest of Sutton article on geese"
Note: 1pTW July 1931
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folder 005
item 012
"Misc. notes on waterfowl study"
Note: 1pPY.
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folder 005
item 013
"Menu -- Canoncito Camp"
Note: 1pTW; misc. notes on reverse side, PW. 5-2-1933
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folder 005
item 014
"Untitled"
Note: 4pPW; [regarding] Sandhill Crane as a supernumary element, 5.
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item 015
"Hobbies"
Note: 4pTY; PTA, Randall School, 40. 4-10-1935
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folder 005
item 016
"Dear friend Botts/Dear Judge Botts"
Note: 3pPY; [drafts of 2 letters, relationship unclear], 9.
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folder 005
item 017
"The social consequences of conservation"
Note: 7pPY; 1.
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folder 005
item 017
item 001
"Social consequences" material (2pPY)
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folder 005
item 017
item 002
"Social consequences" material [same title as previous but a separate entity](2pPY)
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item 017
item 003
Naturalism and conservation (1pPY; notes)
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item 017
item 004
Fragment (1pPY)
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item 017
item 005
Fragment (1pTYR)
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folder 005
item 018
"Deep River"
Note: 1pPY; regarding Ozark Mt. rivers [not in this folder 5 February 2003; see Folder 006]
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folder 005
item 019
"Pathological forces in land use"
Note: 7pTY; Sigma Xi, 49. 4-15-1935
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folder 005
item 020
"Land Pathology"
Note: 8pTYR; Sigma Xi, 94. 4-15-1935
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folder 005
item 021
"Fragment on landscape and bureaus"
Note: 1pPW; 106.
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folder 005
item 022
"Fragment on government vs. private conservation"
Note: 1pTY.
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folder 005
item 023
"Fragment on Germany and international conservation movement"
Note: 1pTY.
box 016
folder 005
item 024
"Fragment"
Note: 1pTYR; from Vietinghoff review?
box 016
folder 005
item 025
"The farm wildlife program: a self-scrutiny"
Note: 8pTWR + 2pPYR; 111.
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item 025
item 001
Unrevised copy (8pTW; Taylor-Hibbard); 54.
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item 025
item 002
Notes (1pPY)
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item 026
"Conservation inquiry: philosophy, economics, game"
Note: 1pPW; 90.
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folder 005
item 027
"'Cases' for inquiry: motivation for land use, predator control, forestry"
Note: 3pPY; 91.
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folder 005
item 028
"Fragment on foresters and conservation"
Note: 1pPW.
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folder 005
item 029
"Engineering and conservation"
Note: 11pTWR + 1pTY; Engineering College, 98. 4-11-1938
box 016
folder 005
item 030
"Natural history, the forgotten science"
Note: 9pTYR; speech at U. of Mo., [penciled note] "partly to be used by Missouri Conservationist," 109. 4-26-1938
box 016
folder 005
item 031
"Natural history, the forgotten science"
Note: 7pTW; speech at U. of Mo., 51. 4-26-1938
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folder 005
item 032
"A survey of conservation"
Note: 11pTWR; 96.
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folder 005
item 033
"Technical quiz questions/Elementary questions for students"
Note: 2pTY + 1pTY; [stapled together but relationship unclear], 97.
box 016
folder 005
item 034
"[Letter], AL to Jay N. Darling"
Note: 1pTW; regarding enclosing [unspecified] mss., 95. 11-1-1938
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folder 005
item 035
"Economics, philosophy, and land"
Note: 6pTYR; 92. 11-23-1938
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folder 005
item 036
"The basis of conservation education"
Note: 5pTYR [penciled notes on reverse]; Kiwanis Club, Racine, 53. 7-20-1939
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folder 005
item 037
"Notes"
Note: [regarding development of unspecified wildlife area, have been marked up with red pencil]; 1pPY.
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folder 005
item 038
"A modus vivendi for conservationists"
Note: 2pPY; 93.
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folder 006
Philosophic and Literary, 1940-1948
box 016
folder 006
item 001
"Biotic Land Use"
Note: 9pTWR; Leopold's copy, 129.
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folder 006
item 002
"Biotic Land Use"
Note: 9pTWR; Hamerstrom's [copy].
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folder 006
item 003
"Discussion on game manager, fish manager, sportsman"
Note: 2pTYR; 130.
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folder 006
item 004
"Discussion on the park executive and landscaper"
Note: 1pTYR; 131.
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item 005
"Discussion on 'The Forester'"
Note: 2pTYR; 132.
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folder 006
item 006
"The biotic idea in relation to a coordinated state conservation program, by Lisle Jeffrey"
Note: 7pTW; 133.
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folder 006
item 007
"Ecology and politics"
Note: 4pPW, small sheets, 136.
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folder 006
item 008
"Ecology and politics"
Note: 7pTYR; WLE 118 Introductory Lecture.
box 016
folder 006
item 009
"Land, ecology, and politics [In the long run]"
Note: 7pTYR, rev. by R. Lord[?]; The Land, Spring.
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folder 006
item 009
item 001
[Letter from] Russell Lord to AL [suggesting new title], 4-19-1941 enclosed rev. mss. for publication
box 016
folder 006
item 010
"Of mice and men: some notes on ecology and politics"
Note: 7p TYR; 107.
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folder 006
item 011
"Of mice and men"
Note: p 1 TYR + 7pPY, [not in file 5 February 2003]; 110.
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folder 006
item 012
"Conservation and politics"
Note: 4pPY; 114.
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folder 006
item 013
"Conservation and politics"
Note: 3pTY; 139.
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folder 006
item 014
"Yet the trees grow"
Note: 1pTYR + 1PW insert; rough draft, 188. 12-23-1941;
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item 014
item 001
"Yet come June" [3 separate pencil versions]; 3pPY
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item 015
"[Untitled group of items]"
Note: [bundled together but relationship unclear], 141.
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folder 006
item 015
item 001
"Introduction," 3pTYR + inserts, 2pPY; "Conservation," 1pPY; "University Club Lecture Feb 15," 1pPY; "Misc. notes," 2pPW; "Outline for the Round River," 1pPW; "Biotic Lipstick," 2pPW + insert
box 016
folder 006
item 016
"The Round River: a parable of conservation"
Note: 6pTY; 138.
box 016
folder 006
item 017
"Fragments on pests, diversity and stability"
Note: 5pTYR.
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folder 006
item 018
"Country"
Note: 2pTY; rough draft, 143. 12-23-1941
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folder 006
item 018
item 001
[Group of items related to "Country"]
Note: Fragment on country (1p ink Y, 143); Fragments on country (1pPY, 143); Country (2pPY, 143); Leopold and Hochbaum paper (1pPW, 143); Country (1pPY; fragments, 144); Fragment on country (1pPY, 144); Country (1pPY, 144); Country (5pPW, 145)
box 016
folder 006
item 019
"Deep River"
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folder 006
item 020
"Wildlife in land-use planning"
Note: 2pTW; IWLA lecture, 55. 3-27-1942
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folder 006
item 021
"Armament for conservation"
Note: 9pTYR; for seminar [2 copies], 184. 11-23-1942
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folder 006
item 021
item 001
Slide list (2pPY)
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item 021
item 002
Walter W. John to AL, 11-9-1942; regarding address, 187.
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folder 006
item 021
item 003
Walter W. John to AL, 12-16-1942; regarding mss., 185.
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folder 006
item 021
item 004
AL to John, 12-21-1942, 186.
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folder 006
item 022
"Diagrams [of land as a circulatory system]"
Note: 2pPY.
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item 023
"Land as a circulatory system"
Note: 6pTY, 22. 8-2-1943
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folder 006
item 024
"What is a weed?"
Note: 6pTY, 192. 8-2-1943
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folder 006
item 025
"Notes for paper on writing"
Note: 3pTY, 147. 11-2-1943
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item 026
"Fragments on writing"
Note: 2pPY, 148.
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item 027
"For college English"
Note: 1pTW, 149.
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folder 006
item 028
"AL to S.T. Dana"
Note: 1pTW; regarding poorly written paper, 150. 9-3-1942
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folder 006
item 029
"Abstract of a Cornell Ph.D. thesis"
Note: 1pTW; writing sample, 151.
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folder 006
item 030
"The ring-necked parvenu"
Note: 1pPY, 189. 4-7-1944
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folder 006
item 031
"Conservation: in whole or in part?"
Note: 14pTW; given to Kenneth Parsons for Soil Conservation Committee Report, 128. 11-1-1944
box 016
folder 006
item 032
"Wherefore wildlife ecology?"
Note: 2pPY, 21.
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item 033
"Ecology as an ethical system"
Note: 2pPY, 26.
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item 034
"Deadening"
Note: 1pPW, 83.
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folder 006
item 035
"Conservation education: a revolution in philosophy"
Note: 1pPY, 84.
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folder 006
item 036
"Ecological haves and have-nots"
Note: 1pPY, 85.
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folder 006
item 037
"Scarcity values in conservation"
Note: 3pPY, 86.
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item 037
item 001
Notes for mss. (1pPY)
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item 038
"Ecology and economics in land-use"
Note: 3pPY, 87.
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folder 006
item 039
"Ecology and the arts"
Note: 2pPY, 88.
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folder 006
item 040
"Ecology, philosophy, and conservation"
Note: 2pPY, 89.
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folder 006
item 041
"The biotic war"
Note: 1pPY, 135.
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folder 006
item 042
"Fragment on land awareness"
Note: 1pPY, 137.
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item 043
"The meaning of conservation"
Note: 5pPY; Milwaukee, 140. 9-10-?
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folder 006
item 044
"The role of wildlife in education"
Note: 3pPY, 146.
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item 045
"The role of wildlife in education"
Note: 2pPY.
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item 046
"Farm phenology -- a new sport"
Note: 1pPY, 134.
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folder 006
item 047
"I know an island"
Note: 1pPY, 191.
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folder 006
item 048
"The ecological conscience"
Note: 11pTYR; Garden Club, Minneapolis. 6-27-1947
box 016
folder 006
item 048
item 001
[List of] Slides for "Ecological Conscience" (1pPY)
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folder 006
item 049
"Foreword"
Note: 9pTW, 112. 7-31-1947
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folder 006
item 050
"The deer swath"
Note: 2pTY, 113. 2-29-1948
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folder 007
Wildlife and Game Management, Technical [Files] 1928-1948
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folder 007
item 001
"A decade of development in game management,"
Note: 1pPW
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folder 007
item 002
"The trend of game management in the national forests"
Note: 8pTW; for American Forests and Forest Life , 10. 1930?
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folder 007
item 003
"Game management -- a new field for science"
Note: 5pTW; for Scientific American , 17. 1931?
box 016
folder 007
item 004
"Farm forestry and the game program"
Note: 6pTW; address at Central States Forestry Congress, 50. 12-4-1931
box 016
folder 007
item 005
"Quail food and cover in the cornbelt"
Note: 8+2pTWR; Outdoor America , Proceedings, 9th Annual Conference IWLA, 20. 1931
box 016
folder 007
item 005
item 01
Chart -- frequency curve showing limits of quail breeding season (1pPW)
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folder 007
item 006
"Map your hunting grounds,"
Note: 2pT grey R; "AL, Cons. For.," [sic], 8.
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folder 007
item 007
"Covey patterns,"
Note: 4pT grey R; "AL, Cons. For.," [sic], 7. 1932?
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folder 007
item 008
"Grand opera game,"
Note: 4pTWR, 196.
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folder 007
item 008
item 001
Quail development plan for a 100-acre estate (1pPY, 9-1-32)
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folder 007
item 008
item 002
AL to Richard Danielson (1pTW, 8-27-32; regarding article for The Sportsman )
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folder 007
item 008
item 003
Danielson to AL (9-8-32)
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folder 007
item 008
item 004
AL to Charles S. Bird (9-23-32; encl. "Grand opera game")
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folder 007
item 008
item 005
Bird to AL (5-12-33; rejecting article for The Sportsman)
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folder 007
item 009
"Wildlife and soils"
Note: 4pTYR, 34.
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folder 007
item 010
"Wildlife and soils"
Note: 4pTWR; Symposium paper, SW Div. AAAS, Las Cruces, 35. 5-2-1933
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folder 007
item 011
"Wild life crops in a land conservation program"
Note: 2pTW, 73.
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folder 007
item 011
item 001
AL to Dan Otis (7-26-1935; encl. mss.)
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folder 007
item 012
"Wildlife food and cover handbook for Wisconsin -- Popular Form"
Note: 1pTYR, 27.
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folder 007
item 013
"Game managers' handbook for the lake states -- Technical Form"
Note: 1pTYR, 28.
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folder 007
item 014
"Outline of handbooks"
Note: 1pTW, 29. 7-15-1937
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folder 007
item 015
"Rules for planting conifers for game cover"
Note: 5pTY, 30. 6-25-1937
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folder 007
item 016
"Site requirements of conifers"
Note: 1pTY, 1pPW, 31.
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folder 007
item 017
"Notes for chapters V and VII" [of what?]
Note: 1pPY
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folder 007
item 018
"Notes on planting data: apple-haw rust"
Note: 1pTY; compiled by Wade, 32. 4-?-1937
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folder 007
item 019
"Preliminary outline of next study technique"
Note: 4pTW, 33. 6-15-1937
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folder 007
item 020
"Wildlife handbook -- notes"
Note: 1pPY, 161.
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folder 007
item 021
"Summer care of evergreen plantings"
Note: 1pPW, 160.
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folder 007
item 022
"Properties of plants important in wildlife ecology and management"
Note: 4pPY, 152.
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item 022
item 001
Properties of plants (1 chart PW)
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item 023
"'Be Your Own Emperor' -- a report of the progress of wild life cropping in Wisconsin"
Note: 10pTYR + 1pPY, 4. 1938?
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folder 007
item 024
"The crow as a game predator in southern Wisconsin"
Note: 3pTW, 76. 1-26-1939
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item 025
"Animal density and plant survival"
Note: 5pPY, 153.
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item 026
Notes and fragment for mss. [for "Animal Density and plant survival"?]
Note: 2pPY
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folder 007
item 027
Henry Schmitz to AL
Note: (requesting mss. for Journal of Forestry ), 154. 5-17-1940
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folder 007
item 028
"History of an Ozark farm"
Note: 3p mimeo, WE 118 Case 9
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folder 007
item 029
"Deer"
Note: 5pTY; AL and Carl Leopold, Ecology of Sauk County, Wisconsin
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folder 007
item 030
"Wisconsin ecology"
Note: 1pPY; for Birds of Wisconsin, 142.
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folder 007
item 031
"Diary of a duck marsh," (fragment)
Note: 3pPW + 1pPY, 82. 1941?
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item 032
"Duckmarsh doings"
Note: 2pTW, 117. 12-5-1941
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folder 007
item 033
"The house rat in the wild"
Note: 1pTY, 116. 6-27-1942
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folder 007
item 034
"Opening day"
Note: 4pTWR; appeared in Wisconsin State Journal as a "profile," 115. 8-19-1942
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folder 007
item 035
"Wildlife in land-use planning"
Note: 4pTYR; given at IWLA 3-27/28. 3-20-1942
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folder 007
item 036
"The grizzly -- a problem in land-planning"
Note: 4pTY, 123. 4-6-1942
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folder 007
item 037
"Divide and rule"
Note: 4pTYR, 24.
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folder 007
item 038
Charles Kirkpatrick to AL
Note: 2pTW; regarding Holland article in April Field and Stream 4-7-1943
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folder 007
item 038
item 001
AL to Kirkpatrick (4-15-1943; regarding reply to Field and Stream )
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item 039
Untitled regarding mouse predators
Note: 2pTW; rewrite for Andrew Hopkins of news story by E. A. Landiver 5-28-1943
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item 040
Untitled regarding Sauk County flood on Wisconsin River
Note: (sent to Walter Scott) 6-7-1943
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folder 007
item 041
"The outlook for better native trees"
Note: 2p mimeo
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item 042
"The 1944 game situation"
Note: 6pTYR, 80. 3-30-1944
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item 042
item 001
The 1944 game situation (pp 3-6 carbon R)
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folder 007
item 042
item 002
Summary of kill records (1pTW, 2-8-1944; by E. L. L?)
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item 042
item 003
AL to E. J. Vanderwall (3-30-1944; encl. mss.)
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item 042
item 004
R. Conway to W. F. Grimmer (4-10-1944; regarding AL letter of 3-30 and mss.)
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item 042
item 005
W. F. Grimmer to AL (4-15-44; regarding mss.)
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item 043
"Sick trout streams"
Note: 1pTW4-14-1944
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item 044
"Ticks and deer"
Note: 4pTW; sent to John Baker, Audubon Society, 60. 12-5-1944
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item 044
item 001
AL to Baker (12-14-1944; encl. mss.
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item 045
"Notes on Arboretum quail census"
Note: 2pPY, 155. 12-21-1944
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folder 007
item 046
AL to C. Kabat
Note: 1pTW; regarding census, 156. 12-22-1944
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folder 007
item 047
"Mobility and turnover in Wisconsin bobwhite populations"
Note: 4pPY + 2p tables, 158. 12-?-1944
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folder 007
item 048
"A hawk and heron tally for Sauk County, 1938-1944"
Note: 2pTY, 23.
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item 049
"Wolves"
Note: 2pTWR, 127. 3-20-1945
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item 049
item 001
Discussion of A. Murie film Wildlife of Denali
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item 050
"Bobwhite returns"
Note: 7pPY; data from University Bay area, Arboretum, Prairie du Sac, Dunn County, 157. 1945?
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folder 007
item 051
"All in a century: a vest-pocket history of the Wisconsin deer problem, 1835-1945"
Note: 4pPY, 190.
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folder 007
item 052
"What date for duck shooting?"
Note: 2pTW, 77. 9-6-1947
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folder 008
Wildlife Management and Conservation, Professional 1928-1948
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folder 008
item 001
"Conservation research at the University of Wisconsin"
Note: 5pTWR, 3-5-1928
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folder 008
item 002
"Conservation research at the University of Wisconsin"
Note: 6pTWR3-6-1928
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folder 008
item 003
"Coordination of conservation research -- University of Wisconsin"
Note: 1pTW chart; 2 copies
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folder 008
item 004
"Education and research in conservation at Wisconsin"
Note: 1pPW chart
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folder 008
item 005
Sen. H. B. Hawes to AL; requesting suggestions for conservation report
Note: 12-11-1930
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item 005
item 001
"The role of the federal government in game conservation"
Note: 8pTW; memo prepared for US Senate Committee on Wild Life Conservation, 44. 12-19-1930
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item 005
item 002
AL to Hawes
Note: 12-20-1930; encl. mss.
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folder 008
item 006
"Report to the SAAMI on proposed cooperation with IWLA"
Note: 15pTW + 8 figs., 2-15-1931
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folder 008
item 007
"Visual education in game management"
Note: 9pTW; report to IWLA, 47. 5-21-1931
box 016
folder 008
item 008
"Game surveys"
Note: 4pTW; sent to Crane & Boone, 62. 1932?
box 016
folder 008
item 009
"The American game policy on predators"
Note: 4pTW; Game Policy Symposium -- American Game Conference, 45/18. 11-28-1932
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folder 008
item 009
item 001
AL to H. McGuire; encl. mss. for Outdoor Life ; not presented at Game Conference 12-17-1932
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folder 008
item 010
"The game policy in operation"
Note: 4pPY, 3.
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folder 008
item 011
"Iowa conservation plan refuge policy"
Note: 4pTWR, 61. 3-5-1932
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folder 008
item 012
"A conservation plan for Wisconsin farms"
Note: 6pTW, 70. 10-23-1933
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folder 008
item 012
item 001
AL to C. L. Christensen (11-6-1933; encl. mss.)
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folder 008
item 013
Proposal to Mr. [Jay] Darling for coordinated game research in Michigan and Wisconsin
Note: 3p ink W, 39. 1934?
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item 014
"Wildlife research institute"
Note: 3p ink Y, 37. 1935?
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folder 008
item 015
"Preliminary report to the Society of American Foresters on forestry and game management"
Note: 4pTWR, 59. 1-29-1935
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folder 008
item 016
AL to Committeee on Forest Game Policy
Note: encl. mss., 58. 1-29-1935?
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item 017
"Specifications for a game research set-up at an agricultural college"
Note: 3pTW, 69. 1-30-1935
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item 017
item 001
AL to Jay Darling (2-1-1935; encl. mss.)
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folder 008
item 017
item 002
AL to Jay Darling (2-14-1935; regarding comment on mss.)
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item 018
"The Wisconsin idea in game conservation"
Note: 2p ink Y; Wisconsin Society, Chicago, 38. 3-20-1935
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item 018
item 001
Draft (2p ink Y)
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folder 008
item 019
"Suggestions for American Wildlife Conference"
Note: 7pTW, 105.
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folder 008
item 020
AL to Seth Gordon
Note: encl. mss., 104. 10-27-1935
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folder 008
item 021
Gordon to AL
Note: acknowledging mss., 103. 11-12-1935
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folder 008
item 022
Jay Darling to AL
Note: 4pTW; comments on mss., 102. 11-20-1935
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folder 008
item 023
"An outline of a Wisconsin game development plan"
Note: 9pTW, 46. 1935?
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folder 008
item 024
"Whither Missouri?"
Note: 4pTY, 52.
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folder 008
item 025
"Conservation conference"
Note: 2pP blue, 108.
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folder 008
item 026
"Means and ends in wildlife conservation"
Note: 5pPY; Beloit College Chamberlain Science Club, 101. 5-5-1936
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folder 008
item 026
item 001
"Means and ends in wildlife conservation," (fragment), 1pPY
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folder 008
item 027
"Second report of game policy committee"
Note: 8pTW; SAF, 56. 11-9-1936
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folder 008
item 028
"The relation of the engineer to conservation"
Note: 11pTW; University of Wisconsin College of Engineering. 4-11-1938
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folder 008
item 029
"Improving the wildlife program of the SCS"
Note: 3pTY, 74. 5-3-1940
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folder 008
item 030
"The conservation league"
Note: 3pTW, 121.
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folder 008
item 031
AL to Hugh Jackson
Note: encl. mss. for Wisconsin Sportsman , 122. 10-14-1940
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folder 008
item 032
"Opportunities in wildlife research and education"
Note: 6pTY, 43.
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folder 008
item 032
item 001
Russell W. Cumley to AL (12-12-1940; encl. mss., joint authorship?)
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item 032
item 002
Cumley to B. J. Clarke of Mid-America Resources (12-12-1940; encl. mss.)
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item 033
"Planning for wildlife"
Note: 7pTY; copies to Middleton and Kurtenacker, 119. 9-26-1941
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folder 008
item 034
AL to P. E. Middleton
Note: encl. mss., 120. 9-26-1941
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item 035
C. N. Feast to AL
Note: Requesting paper for North American Wildlife Conference 1-2-1943
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folder 008
item 036
"Mistakes I have made in wildlife research"
Note: NAWC, 15-17 February 1943, 41. 2-9-1943
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item 037
"Essentials of a system of technical recruiting"
Note: 1pTW, 1pPY 10-8-1945
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item 038
"Adventures of a conservation commissioner"
Note: 7pTW; Midwest Wildlife Conference, 126. 12-1-1946
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item 039
"Adventures of a conservation commissioner"
Note: 7pTWR, 159.
box 016
folder 008
item 040
"The statesmanship of E. Sydney Stephens"
Note: 3pTW; Stephens Dinner, St. Louis, 125. 9-15-1947
box 016
folder 008
item 041
"Summary of 'Conserving Wisconsin' program"
Note: 3pTW + 4pTW; Wisconsin Press Association. 10-11-1947
box 016
folder 008
item 042
Leopold to E. Swift
Note: 2pPY + 1pTW; encl. proposed centennial symposium on ecological conservation
box 016
folder 009
Verse by AL
Note: From Mrs. Leopold's home, March 1975. Not indexed.
box 017
Writings: Unpublished Manuscripts -- Typescript copies
Note

Most of the manuscripts in AL's desk file (Box 016 in this series) were typewritten by Patricia Murrish, secretary of the UW Department of Wildlife Management, in the summer of 1948 before the originals were sent to Berkeley. Two sets have been deposited in the UW-Madison Archives: one by Mrs. Leopold, consisting of two volumes bound in random order; and the other by Luna Leopold, consisting of individual stapled ribbon copies.

A bibliography has been prepared from the order of typescripts in the bound volumes. Each item is assigned a number that appears on the unbound typescripts as well; these copies have been arranged in the same numerical order and are keyed to the bibliography in Folder 001. Each folder in Box 017 holds 40 manuscripts; some are labeled "unfinished" as opposed to "unpublished," but there is no apparent significance to this difference in titles.

box 017
folder 001
Bibliography [of Unpublished Manuscripts -- Typescript copies]
box 017
folder 002
Unpublished Manuscripts of Aldo Leopold, items 1-80
Note: bound volume
box 017
folder 003
Unfinished Manuscripts of Aldo Leopold, items 81-198
Note: bound volume
box 017
folder 004
Unpublished Manuscripts, 1-40
box 017
folder 005
Unpublished Manuscripts, 41-80
box 017
folder 006
Unfinished Manuscripts, 81-120
box 017
folder 007
Unfinished Manuscripts, 121-160
box 017
folder 008
Unfinished Manuscripts, 162-198
box 018
Writings: Early Drafts, Xerox Copies
Note

This box contains photocopies of AL's superseded drafts, 1940-48, which Robert McCabe had AL's secretaries save for him. McCabe lent the originals to the UW-Madison Archives for xeroxing. McCabe became a student of AL's in 1939 and realized immediately that the professor was an uncommonly skilled writer whose early drafts would be of literary value. Many of these drafts are of AL's "literary essays" (his term), which were written mainly in the 1940s.

Many of the PY drafts from which the copies have been made were already considerably revised by AL. The original versions of changes made by crossing out and by insert slips are easily traceable. However, AL also made revision by erasure and cut-and-paste; these revisions make it impossible to trace the original version, and it is difficult to detect such changes on the xerox copies as well.

The dates recorded in these entries are those on the drafts themselves. The letter 'T' after a date signifies that this is the secretary's notation of the date typed, which is not necessarily the date of composition. Additional information included in the entries, while by no means complete, indicates what became of various manuscripts, especially if published or filed with AL's unpublished manuscripts.

Original pencil drafts of other AL manuscripts, particularly research manuscripts, may be found in other boxes of this series and scattered throughout the collection (see bibliography in this box). A few manuscripts may remain in the possession of other individuals. See folder titles in Box 018 for years and topics covered.

box 018
folder 001
box 018
folder 002
Original Drafts, 1940-June 1943
box 018
folder 002
item 001
"Notes on behavior of pintail ducks in hailstorm"
Note: 1p; Condor 1919
box 018
folder 002
item 002
"Exit Orchis"
Note: 3p, 5-15-1940; [Wisconsin] Wildlife 1940
box 018
folder 002
item 003
"Cheat"
Note: 4p; The Land 1940, SCA
box 018
folder 002
item 004
"The last stand"
Note: 5p
box 018
folder 002
item 005
"The last stand"
Note: 5pTW + PY inserts, 5-21-1941; Outdoor America 1942
box 018
folder 002
item 006
"Roadside prairies"
Note: 3p, 8-16-1941; unpublished ms. 118
box 018
folder 002
item 007
"The geese return"
Note: 2pPY + grey; SCA
box 018
folder 002
item 008
"65287"
Note: 4pPY + grey, 9-11-1941; SCA drafts
box 018
folder 002
item 009
"Wildlife in American culture"
Note: (13p + abstract + TY/PY inserts); Midwest Wildlife Conference, 14-4-1941; Journal of Wildlife Management 1943
box 018
folder 002
item 010
"Duckmarsh doings"
Note: 2p, 12-5-1941; unpublished ms. 117
box 018
folder 002
item 011
"Odyssey"
Note: 4p, 12-16-1941
box 018
folder 002
item 012
"Odyssey"
Note: 4pTW + PY inserts, 4-24-1942; Audubon Magazine 1942
box 018
folder 002
item 013
"Country"
Note: 2p, 12-23-1941; unpublished ms. 143
box 018
folder 002
item 014
"Summer density of raptors in the Northwest"
Note: 4p; Condor 1942, NW raptor tally
box 018
folder 002
item 015
"Wildlife in land-use planning"
Note: 2p, 3-18-1942; unpublished ms. 55, 1942
box 018
folder 002
item 016
"Wildlife in land-use planning"
Note: 3p, 3-20-1942
box 018
folder 002
item 017
"The grizzly -- a problem in land-use planning"
Note: 4p + TY inserts; unpublished manuscripts 123-124
box 018
folder 002
item 018
"The role of wildlife in a liberal education"
Note: 5p
box 018
folder 002
item 019
"The role of wildlife in a liberal education"
Note: 5pTY, 4-2-1942; Transactions, 7th NAWC
box 018
folder 002
item 020
"P. S. Lovejoy"
Note: 8p, 6-15-1942
box 018
folder 002
item 021
"P. S. Lovejoy"
Note: 1p, 9-8-1942; Journal of Wildlife Management 1943, 1p
box 018
folder 002
item 022
"Mammal and bird research"
Note: 4p, 7-7-1942
box 018
folder 002
item 023
"Mammal and bird research"
Note: 4pTW + PY inserts, 7-8-1942
box 018
folder 002
item 024
"Mammal and bird research"
Note: 6pTW, 7-8-42
box 018
folder 002
item 025
"Mammal and bird research"
Note: 2p, 7-11-1942
box 018
folder 002
item 026
"Whither education?" [Land use and democracy]
Note: 4p, 8-28-1942
box 018
folder 002
item 027
"Whither education?"
Note: 8pTW + PY, 8-28-1942; Audubon Magazine 1942
box 018
folder 002
item 028
"Prairie: the forgotten flora"
Note: 4p, 11-6-1942
box 018
folder 002
item 029
"Armament for conservation"
Note: 8p, 11-23-1942; unpublished ms. #184
box 018
folder 002
item 030
"Ruffed grouse flushing rates in central Wisconsin"
Note: 7p, 11-?-1942
box 018
folder 002
item 031
"Ruffed grouse flushing rates in central Wisconsin"
Note: 9pTY + PY inserts, 12-1-1942; 9/25/10-6, Box 012
box 018
folder 002
item 032
"Mistakes I have made in wildlife research"
Note: 2p, 2-9-1943; for NAWC, 15-17 February 1943
box 018
folder 002
item 033
"Draba"
Note: 1p; SCA drafts, 3-16-1943
box 018
folder 002
item 034
"Home range"
Note: 3p, 4-21-1943
box 018
folder 002
item 035
"Home range"
Note: 3pTY, rev. 5-5-1943; WCB 1943
box 018
folder 002
item 036
"The excess deer problem"
Note: 3p; Audubon Magazine 1943
box 018
folder 003
Original Drafts, July 1943-1948
box 018
folder 003
item 001
"Preface [to pheasant bulletin?]"
Note: 2p, 8-14-1943
box 018
folder 003
item 002
"Great possessions"
Note: 3p, 9-8-1943
box 018
folder 003
item 003
"Great possessions"
Note: 3pTY, 9-9-1943; SCA
box 018
folder 003
item 004
"Too early"
Note: 2p, 10-25-1943
box 018
folder 003
item 005
"Too early"
Note: 2pTY, 11-1-1943
box 018
folder 003
item 006
"Too early"
Note: 2pTY, 11-20-1943; SCA
box 018
folder 003
item 007
"Smoky Gold"
Note: 3pTY, 10-28-1943; SCA
box 018
folder 003
item 008
"Notes for paper on writing"
Note: 2p, 11-2-1943; unpublished ms. #147
box 018
folder 003
item 009
"Post-war prospects"
Note: 5p
box 018
folder 003
item 010
"Post-war prospects"
Note: 3pTY long, 11-10-1943; Audubon Magazine 1944
box 018
folder 003
item 011
"Limits of summer gain and winter loss in bobwhite populations at Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, 1929-1943" [AL & Paul Errington]
Note: 7p, 12-2-1943T
box 018
folder 003
item 012
"The history and future of the pheasant in Wisconsin" [AL and W.F. Grimmer]
Note: 11p, 12-30-1943T
box 018
folder 003
item 013
"The history and future of the pheasant in Wisconsin"
Note: 11pTW, 12-30-1943T
box 018
folder 003
item 014
"Preface" [to Irv Buss' bulletin]
Note: 2p, 12-30-1943T; Buss, WCD Pub 326, 1946
box 018
folder 003
item 015
"Cliff swallows to order" [AL & Irven Buss]
Note: 3p, WCB 1944
box 018
folder 003
item 016
"Illinois bus ride"
Note: 1p long, 1-1-1944; SCA
box 018
folder 003
item 017
"Soil conservation policy"
Note: 4p, 2-29-1944
box 018
folder 003
item 018
"Pines above the snow"
Note: 4p, 3-22-1944; SCA
box 018
folder 003
item 019
"The 1944 game situation"
Note: 5p, 3-24-1944
box 018
folder 003
item 020
"The 1944 game situation"
Note: 5pTY, 3-27-1944; unpublished ms. #80
box 018
folder 003
item 021
"Thinking like a mountain"
Note: 3p, 4-1-1944; SCA
box 018
folder 003
item 022
"What next in deer policy"
Note: 4p, 4-5-1944; WCB 1944
box 018
folder 003
item 023
"Deer range of Saddle Mound area, Jackson County"
Note: 4p, 5-4-1944;
box 018
folder 003
item 024
"Conservation: in whole or in part?"
Note: 8p, 11-2-1944T; for Parsons' Committee
box 018
folder 003
item 025
"Ticks and deer"
Note: 4p, 12-5-1944; unpublished ms. #60
box 018
folder 003
item 026
"Controlled deer hunting"
Note: 2p
box 018
folder 003
item 027
"Game management"
Note: 14p, 2-?-1945; Encyclopedia Britannica 1947
box 018
folder 003
item 028
"Wildlife explorations at Prairie du Sac"
Note: 3p, 5-16-1945; WCB 1945
box 018
folder 003
item 029
"Forestry research in the Arboretum"
Note: 4p, 9-6-1945; Arboretum Technical Committee
box 018
folder 003
item 030
"Better native trees for Wisconsin forestry"
Note: 2p, 10-1-1945
box 018
folder 003
item 031
"Better native trees for Wisconsin forestry"
Note: 2p, 10-23-1945
box 018
folder 003
item 032
"The sand counties"
Note: 3p, 6-15-1946; SCA
box 018
folder 003
item 033
"The Wisconsin deer problem as of 1946"
Note: 3p, 7-24-1946
box 018
folder 003
item 034
"Minority report on deer"
Note: 6p; WCB 1946 as "The deer dilemma"
box 018
folder 003
item 035
"Adventures of a conservation commissioner"
Note: 5p; unpublished mss. #126 & #159, 12-1-1946
box 018
folder 003
item 036
"The land-health concept and conservation"
Note: 8p, 12-21-1946
box 018
folder 003
item 037
"The land health concept and conservation"
Note: 1p
box 018
folder 003
item 038
"The distribution of Wisconsin hares"
Note: 7p; Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy 1947
box 018
folder 003
item 039
"Summary of the twelfth North American Wildlife Conference"
Note: 12p, 1-27-1947T; Transactions, 12th NAWC
box 018
folder 003
item 040
"Geography and behavior of deer irruptions," [AL, Sowls, and Spencer]
Note: 7p; Journal of Wildlife Management 1947 as "Survey of overpopulated deer ranges"
box 018
folder 003
item 041
"Good oak"
Note: 4pTY + 6pPY, 1-25-1948; SCA
box 018
folder 003
item 042
"The deer swath"
Note: 3p, 2-29-1948; SCA
box 018
folder 004
box 018
folder 004
item 001
Hayden, Sherman S., The International Protection of Wildlife
Note: Book review, 3p, 11-23-1942; published in Geography Review , 1943
box 018
folder 004
item 002
Stevens, Montague, Meet Mr. Grizzly
Note: Book review, 2p, 1-4-1943; published in Journal of Forestry , 1944
box 018
folder 004
item 003
Smith, Norman F., Spread of Forest Cover into Wild Land Openings
Note: Book review, 2p; published in Journal of Forestry , May 1943
box 018
folder 004
item 004
Gabrielson, Ira, Wildlife Refuges
Note: Book review, 5p; published in Journal of Forestry , July 1943
box 018
folder 004
item 005
Bell and Dyksterhuis, Fighting the Mesquite and Cedar Invasion on Texas Ranges
Note: Book review, 2p, 11-23-1943; published in Journal of Forestry , January 1944
box 018
folder 004
item 006
Martin, Helen M., ed., They Need Not Vanish
Note: Book review, 2p; published in Journal of Forestry , December 1943
box 018
folder 004
item 007
Van Dersal, The American Land
Note: Book review, 1p; published in Journal of Forestry , December 1943
box 018
folder 004
item 008
Graham, E. H., Natural Principles of Land Use
Note: Book review, 4p, 6-7-1944T; published in Soil Conservation , 1944
box 018
folder 004
item 009
Young and Goldman, The Wolves of North America
Note: Book review, 5p, 8-21-1944; published in Journal of Forestry , January 1945
box 018
folder 004
item 010
Carrighar, Sally, One Day on Beetle Rock
Note: Book review, 3p, 2-27-1945T; published in Journal of Forestry , 1945
box 018
folder 004
item 011
Allen, Durward L., Michigan Fox Squirrel Management
Note: Book review, 3p, 4-6-1945T; published in Journal of Forestry , June 1945
box 018
folder 004
item 012
Untitled
Note: Book review, 2p, 5-16-1945T
box 018
folder 004
item 013
Lowdermilk, Palestine (?)
Note: Book review, 2p, 5-24-45T
box 018
folder 004
item 014
Tansley, A. G., Our Heritage of Wild Nature
Note: Book review, 3p; published in Journal of Forestry , March 1946
box 018
folder 004
item 015
Linsdale, Jean M., The California Ground Squirrel
Note: Book review, 2p, 1946
box 018
folder 004
item 016
Queeney and Bishop, Prairie Wings
Note: Book review, 2p, after July 1946
box 018
folder 004
item 017
Mather, W. W., Geological Survey of the State of Ohio, 1838
Note: Digest, 2p
box 018
folder 004
item 018
Main and MacFarlane, Through the MacKenzie Basin, 19O8
Note: Digest, lp
box 018
folder 005
box 018
folder 005
item 001
"What is the Delta Duck Station?" (with Pirnie and Rowan)
Note: 3p
box 018
folder 005
item 002
"Deer and elk irruptions"
Note: lp; for Wildlife News
box 018
folder 005
item 003
"Project: prairie grouse studies; cooperator; funds in 1940-41"
Note: 2p
box 018
folder 005
item 004
"Prairie du Sac wildlife census (W. E. Scott)"
Note: 2p, ca. February 1942
box 018
folder 005
item 005
"1942-43 plan for Arboretum rabbits and pheasants (with Buss)"
Note: 2p, 9-8-1942
box 018
folder 005
item 006
"Rough draft, outline for conservation course"
Note: 3p
box 018
folder 005
item 007
"Second draft of outline for conservation course"
Note: 4p
box 018
folder 005
item 008
"Outline of proposed course in conservation, 3rd draft"
Note: 4p, 7-30-1943
box 018
folder 005
item 009
"Wildlife census at Prairie du Sac (Cyril Kabat)"
Note: 2p, winter 1944?
box 018
folder 005
item 010
"Teaching exhibits which should be installed in the University Bay area"
Note: 2p, 4-14-1944; University Bay Committee, A. Hasler, chairman
box 018
folder 005
item 011
"Suggested subjects for Citizens Deer Committee, 1945 -- Memo for Mr. Aberg"
Note: 1p, 3-1-1945
box 018
folder 005
item 012
"AL to Dean Fred [regarding proposed fellowship system]"
Note: 4p, 8-21-1945
box 018
folder 005
item 013
"Essentials of a system of technical recruiting"
Note: 1p, 10-7-1945
box 018
folder 005
item 014
"[Summary of] Conserving Wisconsin"
Note: 3p, 10-11-1947; for Wisconsin Press Association
box 018
folder 005
item 015
"Fighters and starvers"
Note: 4p
box 018
folder 005
item 016
"The natural order in American culture"
Note: 4p
box 018
folder 005
item 017
"Yet the trees grow"
Note: 1p
box 018
folder 005
item 018
"Divide and rule"
Note: 5p; unpublished ms. #24
box 018
folder 005
item 019
"Biography of a pheasant population"
Note: 3p
box 018
folder 005
item 020
"Deer (near Shack)"
Note: 4p
box 018
folder 005
item 021
"The grouse"
Note: 1p; for Committee on Bird Protection
box 018
folder 005
item 022
"II. Plant groups"
Note: 4p
box 018
folder 006
Birdsong Paper [four separate manuscripts]
box 018
folder 006
item 001
"Birdsong phenology in Sauk County, Wisconsin"
Note: 12p, 9-3-1943T
box 018
folder 006
item 002
"Birdsong phenology in southern Wisconsin"
Note: 18p, 8-3-1944T
box 018
folder 006
item 003
"Birdsong phenology in southern Wisconsin"
Note: 30p, October 1944T
box 018
folder 006
item 004
"Birdsong phenology"
Note: 5p?, 12-4-1944; seminar
box 018
folder 007
box 018
folder 007
item 001
"Smartweed sanctuaries"
Note: 3p
box 018
folder 007
item 002
"The farmer and the rabbit"
Note: 2p
box 018
folder 007
item 003
"The outlook for farm wildlife"
Note: 5p, 2-8-1945T
box 018
folder 007
item 004
"The farmer and the fox"
Note: 3p
box 018
folder 007
item 005
"Farmers and ducks"
Note: 2p
box 018
folder 007
item 006
"What is a weed?"
Note: 5p, 8-2-1943T
box 018
folder 007
item 007
"Farming in color"
Note: 2p
box 018
folder 007
item 008
"Feed early"
Note: 2p
box 018
folder 007
item 009
"Farm fur crops"
Note: 3p
box 018
folder 007
item 010
"The Riley experiment"
Note: 3p, 10-14-1941T
box 018
folder 007
item 011
"Rewrite of a news story (regarding mice and predators) by E. A. Landiver, for Andrew Hopkins"
Note: 5-28-1943
box 018
folder 008
box 018
folder 008
item 001
"The trend of events in American wildlife"
Note: 6p; Talk
box 018
folder 008
item 002
"Ruffed grouse flushing rates and population levels"
Note: 2p; Talk, 2-9-1943; Kumlien [Bird] Club
box 018
folder 008
item 003
"Birdsong phenology"
Note: 3p; Talk, 10-9-1943?; Kumlien [Bird] Club
box 018
folder 008
item 004
"Land-health in SW Wisconsin"
Note: 8p, pp 6-7 missing; Talk, 11-3-1943; ASCE
box 018
folder 008
item 005
"Prairie du Sac quail, 1929-1943"
Note: 4p; seminar, 12-6-1943
box 018
folder 008
item 006
"How game birds are wintering"
Note: 3p; WHA talk, 1-5-1944
box 018
folder 008
item 007
"Seven prongs of the deer dilemma"
Note: 2p; Talk for the Conservation Congress, 6-26-1944
box 018
folder 008
item 008
"Seven prongs of the deer dilemma"
Note: 6p; Talk, 6-26-1944
box 018
folder 008
item 009
"The deer problem of northern Wisconsin"
Note: 5p; Extension lecture, 3-8-1945
box 018
folder 008
item 010
"Wolves"
Note: 3p; Discussion following the film Wildlife of Denali , by Adolph Murie, 3-20-1945
box 019
Writings: Game Survey Reports
Note: Contains bound copies of the original game survey reports prepared by AL while employed by SAAMI. These reports are duplicates of those found in a single bound volume in Box 011 above. There are individual folders for Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota, Ohio, Mississippi, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Missouri.
box 019
folder 001
Michigan
Note: (with preliminary report) 7-20-1928
box 019
folder 002
Iowa
Note: 8-25-1928
box 019
folder 003
Minnesota
Note: 9-1-1928
box 019
folder 004
Ohio
Note: 11-27-1928
box 019
folder 005
Mississippi
Note: 2-1-1929
box 019
folder 006
Illinois
Note: 5-1-1929
box 019
folder 007
Indiana
Note: 6-15-1929
box 019
folder 008
Wisconsin
Note: 10-1-1929
box 019
folder 009
Missouri
Note: 3-1-1930
reel Microfilm 1 (MF1)
Writings: Selected Published Writings (microfilm)
Note: This microfilm contains copies of selected articles by AL, primarily from the 1930s and 1940s. Most, if not all, are included in the bound volume of reprints in Box 001 above.
folio 1 (F01)
Writings: NMGPA Pine Cone (pub)
Note

Contains issues of the Pine Cone publication. The Pine Cone was an official quarterly newspaper of the New Mexico Game Protective Association (the first issue was published by the Albuquerque GPA before the state organization was established). The paper was apparently founded in December 1915 by AL, when he was secretary of the Albuquerque and New Mexico GPAs, and modeled on the earlier Carson Pine Cone . Its aim was to promote the protection and the enjoyment of wildlife, encourage efficient game wardens, and campaign for wildlife refuges. Most of the writing was apparently done by AL and Ward Shepard, but in 1953 correspondence Mr. Shepard noted that he was unable to distinguish authorship except in a few cases (which he did not mention).

Unless Mr. Shepard's file is still in existence, this folio may be the most complete (and perhaps the only) remaining set. The set seems to lack only three issues. Included are issues for Christmas 1915 (first issue); April, July, and October 1916; July (8th issue) and October 1917; January and April 1918; January, February, and July (14th issue) 1919; March, July, and December 1920; March 1924; and July 1931 (19th issue).

folio 2 (F02)
Writings: Bird Song Charts
Note

Forty charts (penciled data on 18" x 22" graph paper) and ten figure tracings for a paper AL intended to write on daybreak and evening birdsong phenology. The charts apparently represent the results of observations on some 800 mornings and 160 evenings in Madison and at the Shack, mostly 1944-47. See also the journals and phenology records (9/25/10-7, Boxes 002 and 003; 9/25/10-8, Box 002).

In 1943-44, AL started writing his ideas about birdsong phenology; about three manuscripts totaling 60 pages may be found in Box 018 above. Another 70 pages of miscellaneous working papers were not xeroxed; originals are in the files of Robert McCabe. In 1961 Alfred Eynon published a paper, "Avian daybreak and evening song in relation to time and light intensity," in which he listed AL's field data and manuscripts.

folio 3 (F03)
Writings: Byron Jorns Drawings
Note

Contains original illustrations by Byron Jorns which accompanied AL's text in the series of articles on farm wildlife for the Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer . Each illustration has a descriptive title, and its dimensions are noted (see below). All are in black and white pen and ink except for #016, which is light brown pastel.

The original illustrations were not in the UW Archives as of January 2008. The Archives does retain a set of negatives from photographs that had been taken of these illustrations. To view some of these drawings, search on "Jorns" under "Search Photographs" on the home page.

folio 3 (F03)
item 001
Barn swallow, barn, and nest;
Note: 29" x 15"
folio 3 (F03)
item 002
"The marsh can be a source of income"
Note: Boy retrieving muskrat traps; 20" x 14"
folio 3 (F03)
item 003
Man, boy with gun, and dog in winter
Note: With close-up insert of red and white pines 23" x 13 1/2"
folio 3 (F03)
item 004
Bobwhite at winter shelter, 1940
Note: 22" x 12"
folio 3 (F03)
item 005
Man lecturing boy and girl on bog plant
Note: 12" x 18"
folio 3 (F03)
item 006
Pheasant and small partridge triptych
Note: Winter corn feeders 21" x 9"
folio 3 (F03)
item 007
Winter rabbit hunter with hawk overhead
Note: Upper right corner of sky cut out 17" x 12"
folio 3 (F03)
item 008
Cow chewing post-disturbance growth on bur oak stump in cleared field
Note: 16" x 13"
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item 009
Pheasants at winter corn feeder in quarry
Note: 17 1/2 " x 10"
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item 010
Pheasant rooster and chick close-up in grass field
Note: 20 1/2" x 10"
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item 011
Man and boy knee-deep in snow in front of large tree with houses and barn in the background (January 1940)
Note: 18" x 15"
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item 012
View from the top of the path -- Bird-bath, pond, bird house, wire fence, wood gate, and barn in background;
Note: 22" x 16"
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item 013
Two hunters and dog with small partridge and shotgun
Note: 22" x 14"
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item 014
Roadside signs by bluff with barbed wire fences and signs: Dells, A & W, Texaco
Note: 29" x 23"
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item 015
Two ducks in flight over lake-edge marsh (1948)
Note: 11" x 8 1/2"
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item 016
Sketch of candle, pipe, book, lamp --
Note: only 1/3 of sheet; 22" x 15"
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item 017
Sign ("Wildlife Conservation on the Farm") with bobwhite
Note: 15" x 5"
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item 018
Game Birds of America " by Lynne Bogue Hunt --
Note: two pages, title page and turkeys; 13" x 16"