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

Description of Series/Container List

Container Title
Series: Writings of Aldo Leopold 1918-1948, n.d.
Scope and Content Note: Divided into 7 subseries: Correspondence; Field diaries; Manuscripts of writings (subdivided into Essays, Articles, Book reviews and book digests); Course materials (for courses taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison); Manuscript notes and transcripts for talks, speeches, and radio talks; Reprints, offprints or copies of journal articles by Leopold; Articles (not from journals) and pamphlets, by Leopold.
Subseries: Subseries: Letters, miscellaneousCorrespondence, 1922, 1931-1948, n.d.
Physical Description: 3 folders. 
Scope and Content Note: Primarily photocopies or carbon copies of letters to or from Leopold.
Arrangement of the Materials: Needs to be rearranged alphabetically, and box:folder numbers (e.g., 1:1 to signify box 1: folder 1) assigned.
1:1
AL to Stella [Leopold, née Starker], June 11, 1922. Typescript, carbon copy
BOX-FOLDER 1:1
AL to District Forester Kelley, Associate Director Forester Products Laboratory. Photocopy n.d.
1:l
[AL?] to Alfred O. Cross, February 16, 1931. Photocopy of a typescript, no signature.
1:1
AL toWilliam F. Grimmer, May 22, 1931. Photocopy of a typescript. Attached, photocopy of a holograph.
1:1
AL to Herbert L. Stoddard, March 26, 1934. Photocopy.
1:1
AL to Walter E. Scott , September 24, 1934.Photocopy of a typescript.
1:1
A. Starker Leopold to Bob McCabe, September 23, 1948.Typescript.
1:2
AL to Arnold Seagrave, August 20, 1941.carbon copy.
1:2
Aldo Leopold to William P. Wharton, October 30, 1941.Carbon copy of a typescript.
1:2
AL to Leonard Wing, December 30, 1942.Carbon copy.
1:2
AL to Mrs. Max Schmidt, undatedPhotocopy of a holograph.
1:2
AL to Mrs. Max Schmidt, September 13, [1943?] Photocopy of a holograph.
1:2
AL to Mrs. Max Schmidt, November 5, 1943, Photocopy of a typescript.
1:2
AL to Ed J. Vanderwall, November 5, 1943.Photocopy of a typescript.
1:2
AL to Mrs. Max Schmidt, November 20, [1943?]. Photocopy of a holography
1:2
AL to Mrs. Max Schmidt, November 22, 1943. Photocopy of a typescript.
1:2
AL to Mrs. Max Schmidt, December 7, [1943?]. Photocopy of a holograph.
1:2
AL to Mrs. Max Schmidt, December 13, [1943?] Photocopy of a holograph.
1:2
Alice Harper to Mrs. Max Schmidt, April 24, 1944. Photocopy of a typescript.
1:2
AL to Mrs. Max Schmidt, May 1, 1944. Photocopy of a typescript.
1:2
AL to Dean Fred August 21, 1945.Holograph.
1:2
AL to John Alden Knight, April 18, 1945. Carbon copy.
1:2
AL to C.R.Gutermuth, May 10, 1946. Typescript.
1:2
AL to C.R.Gutermuth, March 14, 1947. Typescript.
1:2
AL Robert A. McCabe, memo June 2, 1947. Carbon copy.
1:2
AL to Mrs. Max Schmidt, July 8, 1947. Photocopy of a typescript.
1:2
AL, Arthur Molstad, John Moreland to Mrs. Max Schmidt, September 25, 1947. Photocopy of a typescript.
1:2
AL to Ralph C. Conway, April 9, 1948. Typescript.
1:2
Mr. Morrison to W. B. Grange, February 16, 1931. Photocopy of a typescript.
1:2
Wallace Grange: talk given to Game Department personnel, March 30, 1960. Carbon copy.
Letters to Leopold, including letters about AL's ruffed grouse paper.
1:3
Postcard from J. Van Tyne to AL, November 12, 1940. Typescript.
1:3
Leonard Wing to AL, July 12, 1941.Typescript
1:3
Arnold Seagrave to AL, November 21, 1942. Typescript
1:3
David A. Aylward to AL November 28, 1942. Typescript
1:3
David A. Aylward to AL December 4, 1942. Typescript
1:3
Gardiner Bump to AL, December 24, 1942. 2 copies, Typescript and carbon.
1:3
Leonard Wing to AL, December 24, 1942Typescript
1:3
Gardiner Bump from Alice Harper, AL's secretary, December 31, 1942 Carbon copy. Includes typed note from Arnold Seagrave to Harper.
1:3
Leonard Wing to AL, January 5, 1943.Typescript
1:3
David A. Aylward to AL, January 15, 1943.Typescript
1:3
Terry King to AL, February 11, 1943.Typescript
1:3
Mrs. Max Schmidt to AL, September 22, 1943. Unsigned, photocopy of typescript.
1:3
Otto C. Doering to AL, October 5, 1943. Photocopy of typescript.
1:3
Mrs. Max Schmidt to AL, November 2, 1943. Unsigned, photocopy of typescript.
1:3
Mrs. Max Schmidt to AL, November 16, 1943. Unsigned, photocopy of typescript.
1:3
Mrs. Max Schmidt to AL, February 14, 1944. Unsigned, photocopy of typescript.
1:3
Wallace Grange to AL, September 15, 1944. Typescript.
1:3
Ralph C. Conway to AL, April 1, 1944. Typescript.
Leopold talks and speeches.
Transcripts of radio talks by Leopold on "Building a Wisconsin Game Crop":
1:4
"Leaving Food and Cover," September 8, 1933
1:4
"Feed Early to Keep Game at Home," November 2, 1933
1:4
"The Farm Woodlot and the Bird Crop," December 14, 1933
1:4
"Feeding Winter Birds on the Farm," December 1, 1933
1:4
"Coaxing the Winter Birds," January 9, 1934
1:4
"The Game Cycle: A Challenge to Science," August 14, 1934
1:4
"Planning Winter Food and Cover," September 10, 1934
1:4
"Food Patches for Birds," October 19, 1934
1:4
"Feeding Birds: A New Winter Sport," February 20, 1935
1:4
"Game on the Modern Farm," March 18, 1935
1:4
"New Methods for Game Cropping," February 10, 1936.
1:4
"Preserving Wisconsin's Game Supply," February 17, 1934
1:5
Miscellaneous Leopold Talks & Speeches (all holograph)
1:5
"What is the University of Wisconsin Arboretum, wild life refuge, and forest experiment preserve?" (possibly given at dedication, June 17, 1934)
1:5
Bird Song Phenology. October 19, Kumlien Club.
1:5
"The Deer Problem of Northern Wisconsin." March 8, 1945, lecture.
1:5
"How Game Birds are Wintering." January 5, 1944,WHA talk.
1:5
"Land-Health in S. W. Wisconsin." November 3, 1943,ASCE.
1:5
"Prairie du Sac Quail, 1929-43." December 6, 1943,Seminar.
1:5
"Ruffed Grouse Flushing Rates and Population Levels?" February 9, 1943. Kumlien Club. .
1:5
"Seven Prongs of the Deer Dilemma." June 26, 1944, Congress.
1:5
"The Trend of Events in American Wildlife."
1:5
"Wolves." March 20, 1945.
Reviews and digests, all holograph. All are reviews unless noted as digests.
1:6
Review of "Prairie wings"
1:6
Review of "Palestine, land of promise", by Walter Clay Lowdermilk May 25, 1945.
1:6
Our heritage of wild nature; a plea for organized nature conservation, by A.G. Tansley ... With 26 photographs. Author Tansley, A. G. 1871-1955. (Arthur George),
1:6
[Book on African conservation] by [?] Hayden
1:6
Digest of Geo. J. Wallace: Winter Studies of Color-banded Chickadees.
1:6
The American Land by Van Dersal.
1:6
The California Ground Squirrel by Jean M. Finsdale.
1:6
[Book on conservation by a former Forest Service or government employee]
1:6
Fighting the Mesquite and Cedar Invasion on Texas Ranges by H. M. Bell & E. J.
1:6
Dykster November 23, 1943
1:6
Digest of Geological Survey of the State of Ohio by W. W. Matter.
1:6
The International Wildlife by Strong Hayden November 23, 1942
1:6
Limitations of Beaver Kill by Hudsons Bay Co.1821-1831. December 22, 1945.
1:6
Meet Mr. Grizzly by Montague Stevens, January 5, 1943.
1:6
Michigan Fox Squirrel Management by Durward L. Allen, April 6, 1945.
1:6
Natural Principles of Land Use by Edward H. Graham, June 7, 1944
1:6
One Day on Beetle Rock by Sally Carrigar, February 27, 1945
1:6
Spread of Forest Cover Into Wild Land by Norman F. Sauth
1:6
They Need Not Vanish edited by Helen M. Martin
1:6
Wildlife Refuges, by Ira N. Gabrielson
1:6
The Wolves of North America by Stanley P. Young and Edward A. Goldman, August 21, 1944
Essays by AL, in alphabetical order by title, all holograph unless otherwise noted. At end of alphabetical list are essays leading to chapters of Sand County Almanac.
1:7
[Generate state revenue through hunting and fishing licensing] Photocopy
1:7
1942-3 Plans for Arboretum Rabbits and Pheasants by Aldo Leopold and Drew Buss, September 8, 1942
1:7
"The 1944 Game Situation"
1:7
"The 1944 Game Situation" March 24, 1944
1:7
"Adventures of a Conservation Commissioner"
1:7
"Armament for Conservation" November 23, 1942.
1:8
"Better Native Trees for Wisconsin Forestry" October 1, 1945
1:8
"Better Native Trees for Wisconsin Forestry" October 23, 1945
1:8
"The Biography of a Pheasant Population"
1:9
"Blue River" with note, AL to Stella June 11, 1922
1:10
"Cliff Swallows to Order,"
1:10
"Conservation: in Whole or in Part?"
1:10
"Conserving Wisconsin" October 11, 1947
1:10
Summary of "Conserving Wisconsin" October 11, 1947
1:10
"Controlled Deer Hunting"
1:11
"The Deer Problem of Northern Wisconsin" March 8, 1945. Lecture.
1:11
"Deer and Elk Irruptions"
1:11
"Deer Range of Saddle Mound Area, Jackson County" May 14, 1944.
1:11
"Divide and Rule," Rough draft.
1:11
"Duckmarsh Dorrigs"
1:11
"Essentials of a System of Technical Recruiting" October 7-9, 1945.
1:11
"The Excess Deer Problem"
1:11
"Exit Orchis" May 15, 1940
1:11
"Exit Orchis" May 14, 1940 Typescript.
1:12
"Farms and Ranch Wildlife."
1:12
"Fighters and Starvers."
1:12
"Fish Management."
1:12
"Forestry Research in the Arboretum" September 6, 1945
1:12
"Fur Management; Rodent Control"
1:12
"Game Management" February 1945.
1:12
"The Geography and Behaviors of Deer Inuptions"
1:12
"Predisposing Causes of Inuptions."
1:12
"The Grizzly: A Problem in Land-Planning," April 6, 1942 Holograph , with typed additions.
1:12
"The Grouse."
1:13
"Preface." September 15, 1943
1:13
"The History and Future of the Pheasant in Wisconsin"
1:13
"The History and Future of the Pheasant in Wisconsin" Carbon copy.
1:14
"The Land Health Concept and Conservation" December 21, 1946.
1:14
"Human Density" December 21, 1946.
1:14
"The Land Health Concept in Conservation."
1:14
"The Last Stand."
1:14
"The Last Stand" May 12, 1941. Typescript manuscript.
1:14
"Limits of Summer Gain and Winter Loss in Bobwhite Populations at Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin, 1929-43."
1:15
"Mammal and Bird Research" July 7, 1942. Rough draft
1:15
"Mammal and Bird Research" July 8, 1942. Mammal and Bird Research revision July 11, 1942. Holograph manuscript and carbon copy of typescript manuscript.
1:15
"M Report on Deer," (?) .
1:15
"Mistakes I Have Made in Wildlife Research" February 9, 1943.
1:15
"The Natural Order in American Culture."
1:15
"Notes for paper writing (?)"
1:15
"Notes on Behavior of Painted Ducks in Hailstorms."
1:16
"Organizing conservation in Wisconsin" Oct. 18, 1926Photocopy of typescript
1:16
"Rough outline of an organic act for conservation in Wisconsin." photocopy of typescript.
1:16
"The outlook for better native trees." mimeograph of typescript.
1:16
"P.S. Lovejoy," June 15, 1942..
1:16
"Glossary of Lovejoyiana."
1:16
"Plant Groups."
1:16
"Post-War Prospects." Rough draft.
1:16
"Post-War Prospects." November 10, 1943. Typescript manuscript.
1:16
"Prairie du Sac Wildlife Census."
1:16
Prairie: The Forgotten Flora November 6, 1942.
1:16
"Preface." September 15, 1943
1:16
"Project: Prairie Grouse Slides."
1:16
"Proposed Game Survey to be Conducted for Sporting Arms & Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute." Revised June 6, 1928. Typescript manuscript labeled not for publication.
1:16
"Proposal for a conservation inventory of threatened species" (rough draft)mimeograph of typescript.
1:17
"Ruffed Grouse Flushing Rates in Central Wisconsin" November 1, 1942.
1:17
"Ruffed Grouse Flushing Rates and Population Levels" December 1, 1942. Typescript manuscript.
1:17
"Summary of the Twelfth North American Wildlife Conference." January 27, 1947.
1:17
"Ruffed Grouse Flushing Rates and Population Levels" December 1, 1942. Typescript manuscript, 2 copies.
1:17
"Ruffed Grouse Flushing Rates and Population Levels" February 9, 1943. Typescript manuscript.
1:18
"Roadside Prairies."
1:19
"Seven Prongs of the Deer Dilemma" June 26, 1944. Typescript manuscript.
1:19
"Soil Conservation Policy Studies," February 29, 1944.
1:19
"Ticks and Deer," December 5, 1944.
1:19
"Memo to Mr. Aberg suggested subjects for Citizens Deer Committee." March 1, 1945
1:19
"Summer Density of Raptors in the Northwest."
1:19
"Tally by Species."
1:19
"Teaching Exhibits Which Should be Installed in the University Bay Area." April 14, 1944.
1:19
"Whither Education?" August 28, 1942.
1:19
"Thoughts on Education," (was "Whither Education?") August 28, 1942. Typescript and holograph copies.
1:20
"The Waterfowl Crisis"
1:20
"What Is the Delta Duck (?)" "What Next in Deer Policy?" April 5, 1944.
1:20
"Ungulate Irruptions." "Wild Life Census at Prairie du Sac."
1:20
"Wildlife Explorations at Prairie du Sac," May 16, 1945.
1:20
Abstract of "Wildlife in American Culture."
1:20
"Wildlife in American Culture." December 4, 1941. Typescript.
1:20
"Wildlife in Land Use Planning," March 18, 1942.
1:20
"The Wisconsin Deer Problem as of 1946." July 24, 1946.
1:20
"Yet the Trees Grow," Rough draft.
2:1-2:3
Essays from Sand County Almanac and Sketches Here and There, folders 1-3
2:1
"Good Oak" January 25, 1948.Typescript and holograph manuscripts.
2:1
"The Geese Return." September 8, 1941.
2:1
"Draba."
2:1
"Great Possessions." September 8, 1943.
2:1
"Great Possessions." September 9, 1943. Typescript w/ holograph corrections.
2:1
"Smoky Gold." October 28, 1943.Typescript and holograph corrections.
2:1
"Too Early." October 25, 1943.
2:1
"Too Early." November 1, 1943. Typescript and holograph notes.
2:1
"Too Early." November 20, 1943. Typescript and holograph manuscripts.
2:1
"Home Range." April 21, 1943.
2:1
"Home Range. " April 22 , 1943. Revised May 5, 1943. Typescript with holograph corrections.
2:1
"Pines Above the Snow." March 22, 1944.
2:1
"65287"
2:2
"The Sand Counties." June 15, 1946. Rough draft.
2:2
"Odyssey" April 24, 1942. Final draft typescript.
2:2
"Odyssey." December 11, 1941. Rough draft.
2:2
"Illinois Bus Ride." January 1, 1944. Rough draft.
2:2
"Thinking Like a Mountain." March 1, 1944.
2:3
"Country." (?) (title uncertain).
2:3
"The Deer Swath," February 29, 1948.
Essays on farming and wildlife
2:4
"Smartweed Sanctuaries." Holograph & typescript manuscript
2:4
"The Outlook for Farm Wildlife," February 8 , 1945.
2:4
"The Farmer and the Fox."
2:4
"What is a Weed?" August 2, 1943.
2:4
"The Riley Experiment," October 14, 1941.
2:4
Rewrite of a news story by E. A. Landwer, for Andrew Hopkins.
2:4
"Feed Early."
2:4
"Farm Fur Crops."
2:4
"The Farmer and the Rabbit."
2:4
"Farming in Color."
2:4
"Farmers and Ducks."
2:5-2:9
Materials on birdsong phenology and chickadee banding and data.
2:5
"Birdsong Phenology in Southern Wisconsin" September 3, 1943.
2:5
"Birdsong Phenology in Southern Wisconsin," August 3, 1944.
2:6
"Birdsong Phenology in Southern Wisconsin" 1st revision August 18. Holograph and typescript manuscripts.
2:7
"Panel, Perkins, Present 1883-1940," Holographic spreadsheet.
2:7
"Juneberry, Oriole, Canterworm."
2:7
"Pheasant, Wapato, Frost 1944."
2:7
"Dove, Panic grass, Spurge."
2:7
"Winter Song."
2:7
"Technique." January 25, 1944.
2:7
"Birdsong Phenology in Southern Wisconsin," October 1944. Holograph and typescript manuscript.
2:7
"Study Areas of Birdsong Phenology."
2:7
"Song Terms," Typescript.
2:7
"Song Stimuli."
2:7
"Average Order of Singing May & June 1942-1944,"
2:7
"Technique." January 25, 1944. Typescript
2:7
"Birdsong Phenology in Southern Wisconsin: II Hours of Song." December 4, 1944.
2:8
"A Chickadee Banding Study in Sauk County. Wisconsin."
2:8
"Chickadee, Banding, Robins, and Recoveries."
2:8
"Chickadee Spring, Summer, and Fall Movements."
2:8
"Otter Species."
2:8
"Movements versus Mortality."
2:8
"A Chickadee Banding Study in Sauk County, Wisconsin." Typescript.
2:8
"Nesting Chickadees seen from April 1-30 1944." 2 topographical maps.
2:8
"Digest of Wallace Geo J. Winter Slides of Color Carded Chickadees."
2:8
"Chickadee Bandings: Leopold Shack Shrinkage of Year Classes."
2:8
"Regression Populations."
2:8
"1941-1942 Bird Banding Report to Professor Wagner."
2:9
"Chickadee Data, Charts & Photostats,"
Scope and Content Note: Leopold Shack, 1942 and elsewhere. With graduate students. Holograph and typescript notes
Subseries: Course materials for University of Wisconsin-Madison. Typed carbon copies or mimeographs unless otherwise stated.
Use Restrictions: Need to restrict access to student papers. Confer with Archives re policy.
3:1
Course proposal and outline 1936
3:1
"Game Management Training" Revised August 1, 1936.
3:1
"Professional Training, " Revised August 1, 1936.
3:1
"Course Work for Professional Students," August 1, 1936.
3:1
"Courses For Non-Professional Students," August 1, 1936.
3:1
"Needed Researchers No. 1 Deer Study," March 20, 1936.
3:1
"Teaching Materials on Wisconsin Wildlife Conservation," May 28, 1936.
3:1
"Needed Researchers No. 2 Pheasant Movement Study." August 10, 1936
3:2
"Outline for Conservation Course," Rough draft, Holograph.
3:2
"II Fruits?" (hard to decipher).
3:2
"III The Conservation Movement."
3:2
"Second Draft of Outline for Conservation Course I Southern Wisconsin."
3:2
"Outline of Proposed Course in Conservation Third Draft, " July 30, 1943.
3:3
"Hamerstrom Preliminary Questions on Animal Ecology, Fauna of WI, Climatology, Soils and Agronomy, "
3:4
"Game Management 179 Checklist."
3:5
"Final Examination in Fur Farming Veterinary Science" June 14, 1935.
3:6
"Wildlife Ecology 520: The Mechanics of Biological Literature.
3:7
"Circular to 161 Students." October 8, 1941.
3:7
Letter to Howard Jackson from Leopold November 17, 1941.
3:7
Letter to Leopold from Howard Jackson November 21, 1941.
3:7
Letter to C.D. Zdanowies from Howard Jackson November 29, 1941.
3:7
Letter to 161Widlife Management students from the Dept. secretary Alice Harper, December 1, 1941.
3:7
"Projects Wildlife Management 161 handout."
3:7
Margaret Bergsing's, PH. D. Botany Grad 161 course work.
3:7
Cyril Kobat's 161 course work.
3:7
John Salich's zoology course work.
3:7
Bernard Twich's zoology course work.
3:7
Dan Thompson's agricultural course work.
3:7
Ben Logan's agricultural course work.
3:7
Geo Aalozon's 161 course work.
3:7
Reading Test & Misc. 161 Students.
3:8
"Lecture List Wildlife Management Farm Short Course 1946."
3:9
Part of the 1934-1935 Farmers' Short Course titled "Automatic Adjustment of Predation."
3:9
"Game Management 118: Food & Cover in Terms of Plant Succession in Dane County, WI.." 1934- 1935.
3:9
"Examples of Game Stand on Managed and Unmanaged Farms." 1934-1935.
3:9
"WI Areas on which Game Management is Practiced or Proposed." 1934-1935.
3:9
"Specifications for Standard Food Patch for Quail & Pheasant." 1934-1935.
3:9
"Experimental Food Patches, 1934 Characteristics of Food Patches." 1934.
3:9
"Part of the 1934-1935 Farmers' Short Course titled "Wild Food & Cover Plants." 1934-1935.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Ruffed Grouse Census." 1934-1935.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Worthwhile Questions for Discussion." 1934.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Game Species from WI." 1934.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Classes of Game Foods." 1934.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Selectivity in Game Foods." 1934.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Ecology of Predation." 1934-1935.
3:9
"Chart I: Properties of Erosion Control for Southwestern WI." 1934-1935.
3:9
"General Quiz." February 29, 1935.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Final Examination." April 2, 1935.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Analysis of the Sex Ratio of the Whitetail Deer Progeny.". Dec. 12-14 1935.
3:9
"Experimental Food Patches", 1934-1936.
3:9
"Game Management 118: American Game Chronology." 1934.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Summary of Food & Cover Surveys." 1937.
3:9
"Game Management 118: List of Reference Questions for Discussion." 1937.
3:9
"Game Management 118: Sequence of Ideas in Game Management." 1938.
3:9
"Short Course in Game Management: Classification of WI Predators." 1938.
3:9
"Digest of the Controlled Hunting Areas & the Pheasant Refuge Management System in Northern Ohio." 1937.
3:9
"United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Biological Survey Wildlife Leaflet." January 1940.
3:9
"Pyramid of Numbers for Delta Ridge & Delta Manitora." 1940.
3:9
"Suggest Changes in Course 118."
3:9
"Adjustments in a Decapitated Pyramid."
3:9
"Species Legend Spreadsheet on Upland Game Birds, Mammals, & Predators."
3:9
"Red & Grey Foxes in Fall 1935-1937 on 4,500 acres in Prairie Du Sac."
3:9
Recovery of Wildlife Species graph for 1943.
3:10
Wildlife Ecology 118 Part II: Student papers, lecture notes, & outlines (some are photocopies) Letters concerning course.
3:11
Wildlife Ecology 118 Part III: Student papers, lecture notes & outlines (some are photocopies) Letters concerning course.
3:12
Wildlife Ecology 118 Part III: Student papers, lecture notes, & outlines (some are photocopies) Letters concerning course.
3:13
Wildlife Ecology 118 Part IV: Student papers, lecture notes, & outlines (some are photocopies) Letters concerning course.
3:14
Literature lists A-K for Wildlife Ecology 118
3:15
Course materials for Wildlife ecology 118, 1949-1950's, taught by Robert McCabe.
3:16
Contents of binder labeled "Class handouts 118", Part I
3:17
Contents of binder labeled "Class handouts 118" Part II
3:18
Contents of binder labeled "Class handouts 118" Part III
Subseries: Photographs and Field Diaries
Scope and Content Note

8 miniature diaries or notebooks, 2 undated, the others dated 1944-1946.

Photographs in several groupings, portraits of AL, AL with students, snapshots of the 222 Vilas Avenue from the 1990's, photographs of AL's essays, and miscellaneous other photographs.

4:1
Negative of Leopold with tamarack.
4:1
Negatives of Leopold & McCabe & two dogs; Leopold with scales, seated.
4:1
Leopold, photo by Bob McCabe, 1946.
4:1
Leopold, photo by Bob McCabe, 1947.
4:1
Leopold with bow and arrow.
4:1
Leopold & Bob McCabe at the Shack, photo by Lyle Sowls, 194?, two copies.
4:1
Leopold with a tree, 5 photos.
4:1
Leopold examining skins of Hungarian partridge chicks, three copies.
4:1
Leopold with Hungarian partridge skins, smaller photo.
4:1
Close-up of Leopold & the Hungarian partridge chicks.
4:1
Leopold with a tamarack, 2 photos, 1 negative.
4:1
Leopold in the woods, two copies.
4:1
Leopold at Cons. Congress meeting, 1942.
4:1
Leopold with dog.
4:2
Leopold, Bob McCabe, & Gus (the dog), Fall 1947.
4:2
Leopold's shack, 1992. (3 x 5, color).
4:2
Leopold seminar group at the shack, 1987 (3 x 5, color).
4:2
Society of American Foresters: Leopold on the far right.(3 x 5, b & w).
4:2
Photo of Leopold and 5 grad students at the shack: Bruce S. Wright, Donald R. Thompson, Leopold, James R. Beer, Steven Richards, and Clifford Bakkon (kneeling).
4:2
Leopold & 6 students at the arboretum.
4:2
Bob McCabe, Mrs. Leopold, Robert Grilley (artist), & Ira Baldwin (Dean of Ag. Coll?), 1954.
4:2
Photo of a plaque with a Leopold quote.
4:2
Leopold examining woodcocks, Fall 1946.
4:2
Negative of Leopold examining wood cocks.
4:2
Leopold.
4:3
Photographs: 18th American Game Conference, Dec. 1931, New York City.
4:3
5th North American Wildlife Conference, 1950, Washington, D.C.
4:4
Photograph of first (1933-1935) duck stamp (8" x 10").
4:5
Photographs of Leopold's teaching sketches.
4:6
Photographs (5 x 7) of illustrations and title page of Wildlife conservation on the farm.
4:7
Photo record inventory of McCabe's slides of Leopold's holograph essays.
4:7
Envelope of negatives (10 strips).
4:7
Sample photograph of essay page: Exit Orchis.
4:8
From Max Kade Institute Symposium on Leopold, October 1994.
4:8
From Max Kade Institute Symposium on Leopold, October 1994.
4:8
2 programs.
4:8
1 negative.
4:8
1 description with photograph on verso.
4:9
Leopold bookplate: negative, photograph, photocopy, bookplate sample.
4:10
Note to Bob McCabe from Gary (Laib LNU) containing photographs:
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1. 2222 Van Hise, Madison, April 1999, scene of fireplace/living room.
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2. ", dining room.
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3. ", bookshelves made by Leopold in his office.
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3. ", bookshelves made by Leopold in his office.
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4. ", 'Maid's Quarters'.
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5. ", basement/games room.
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6. ", stairs.
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7. ", outside shot of the house.
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8. "Farming in Color" essay by Leopold--scene of a highway in Baraboo, WI.
4:11
FIELD DIARIES: 8 miniature diaries or notebooks 2 undated, 6 dated between 1944 and 1946.
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June 1-July 20, 1944.
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7-9-[44] - 10-16-44.
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10-16-44 - 3-31-45.
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4-1-45 - 7-1-45.
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7-1-45 - 8-31-45.
4:12Aug.-Nov. 1946.
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n.d.
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n.d.
Subseries: Reprints, offprints, or copies of articles by Leopold, alphabetical by journal title:
5:1 [A-E]
American Forests, May 1935. "Coon Valley: An Adventure in Cooperative Conservation." March 1937.
5:1 [A-E]
"Marshland Elegy." Reprint. October 1937.
5:1 [A-E]
"The Farmer as a Conservationist." Reprint.. June 1939.
5:1 [A-E]
"Escudilla." Reprint December 1940.
5:1 [A-E]
"The Flambeau." Reprint. 1943.
5:1 [A-E]
"The Green Lagoons." Reprint. August 1945.
5:1 [A-E]
American Forests and Forest Life, "The Last Stand of the Wilderness." Reprint. October 1925.
5:1 [A-E]
American Game Magazine, "Game Policy in a Nutshell." Nov-Dec, 1930.
5:1 [A-E]
"Game Methods: The American Way." March-April, 1931.
5:1 [A-E]
"Game Methods: The American Way." Reprint March-April, 1931.
5:1 [A-E]
"A B C' s of Winter Feeding Birds." Reprint. Sept-Oct, 1933.
5:1 [A-E]
American Midland Naturalist, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 408-416. "Effect of the Winter of 1935-36" May 1937.
5:1 [A-E]
"On Wisconsin Quail," Reprint.
5:1 [A-E]
American Wildlife, n.d., "Farm Game Management in Silesia," Reprint.
5:1 [A-E]
"Notes on Game Administration in Germany," Reprint. Nov-Dec 1936.
5:1 [A-E]
Audubon Magazine, Vol. 44, No. 3, "Odyssey," Reprint. Two copies May-June 1942.
5:1 [A-E]
"Land-Use and Democracy," Reprint. Sept-Oct, 1942.
5:1 [A-E]
"Post-War Prospects," pp. 27-29. 1944.
5:1 [A-E]
The Auk, Vol. 59, "Report of the Committee on Bird Protection, 1941," by Leopold and Wm. L. Finley. Photocopy. April 1942.
5:1 [A-E]
Bird-Lore, No. 38, pp. 102-111. "Naturschutz in Germany," Reprint. Mar-Apr. 1936.
5:1 [A-E]
"Conservation Ethic," pp. 101-109. Mar-Apr 1938.
5:1 [A-E]
Bulletin of the American Game Protective Association, 1920. "The Game Situation in the Southwest," Photocopy or carbon copy.
5:1 [A-E]
"The Game Survey and Its Work," Photocopy 1929.
5:1 [A-E]
"Progress of the Game Survey," Photocopy. 1928.
"Report of the Committee on American Wildlife Policy," by Leopold. Reprint. 1950.
5:1 [A-E]
Bulletin of the Garden Club of America, "The Ecological Conscience," Reprint. Two copies September 1947.
5:1 [A-E]
Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 45, "British and American Grouse Cycles," by Leopold and John N. Ball. Reprint. October 1931.
5:1 [A-E]
The Condor, Vol. 27, pp. 8-11. "A Seven-Year Duck Census of the Middle Rio Grande Valley," by Leopold. Reprint. January 1925.
5:1 [A-E]
Vol. 39, pp. 9-10. "The Thick-Billed Parrot in Chihuahua," Reprint. Jan-Feb 1937.
5:1 [A-E]
Vol. 49, No. 6, pp. 246-47. Review by Leopold and Irven O. Buss of The Ruffed Grouse: Its Life Story, Ecology and Management, by Frank C. Edminster. Reprint. Nov-Dec 1947.
5:1 [A-E]
Vol. 63, No. 4, pp. 269-293. "Avian Daybreak and Evening Song in Relation to Time and Light Intensity," by Leopold and Alfred F. Eynon. Reprint. July-Aug 1961.
5:1 [A-E]
The Council Ring, Vol. 1, No. 12, "A Biotic View of Land," Nov 1939.
5:1 [A-E]
Dupont Magazine, "The Role of the Universities in Game Conservation." June 1931.
5:1 [A-E]
Ecological Monographs, Vol. 17, No. 81-122, "A Phenological Record for Sauk and Dane Counties, Wisconsin, 1935-1945," by Leopold and Sara Elizabeth Jones. Reprint. January 1947.
5:1 [A-E]
Encyclopedia Britannica, "Game Management," Reprint. 1947 copyright.
5:1 [A-E]
"Some Fundamentals of Conservation in the Southwest" Reprint. 2 copies. Summer 1979.
5:2 [F-J]
Forest & Stream, "Mallard Decoys," Photocopy. (2 copies). November 1920.
5:2 [F-J]
Geographical Review, Vol. 26, No. 4, "The Conservation Quandary" a review by Leopold of Notes on South African Wild Life Conservation Parks and Reserves: A Report Prepared for the American Committee for International Wild Life Protection, by Thomas Barbour and Margaret Dewar Porter. Reprint. Two copies. October 1936.
5:2 [F-J]
Geographical Review, Vol. 33, No. 2 Review by Leopold of The International Protection of Wild Life by Sherman Strong Hayden. Reprint. April 1943.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 17, No. 4 "Forest Service Salaries and the Future of the National Forests," Reprint. April 1919. .
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 18, No. 4 "The Forestry of the Prophets," Reprint. April 1920.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 18, No. 4 "The Forestry of the Prophets," Photocopy of reprint. April 1920.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 19, No. 3 "A Plea for Recognition of Artificial Works in Forest Erosion Control Policy," Reprint. March 1921.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 19, No. 7 "The Wilderness and Its Place in Forest Recreational Policy," Reprint. November 1921.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 25, No. 5 "Forest Products Research and Profitable Forestry," Reprint. May 1927.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 27, No. 6 "Some Thoughts on Forest Genetics," Reprint. October 1929.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 28, No. 3 "Environmental Controls for Game Through Modified Silviculture," Reprint. March 1930.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 29, No. 1 "The Forester's Role in Game Management," Reprint. January 1931.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 29, No. 6 "Game Range," Reprint. October 1931.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 31, No. 6 "The Conservation Ethic," Reprint. October 1933.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 32, No. 5 "Conservation Economics," Reprint. May 1934.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 32, No. 7 Review of Notes on German Game Management, Chiefly in Bavaria and Baden, by Ward Shepard. Reprint. October 1934.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 34, No. 6, Review of Governmental Problems in Wildlife Conservation, by Robert H. Connery. Reprint. June 1936.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Review by Leopold of Ecology and Life History of the Porcupine (Erethizon epixanthum) as Related to the Forests of Arizona and the Southwestern Unites States, by Walter P. Taylor. Reprint.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 37, No. 9 "A Biotic View of Land," Reprint. September 1939.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 41, No. 7 Review of Wildlife Refuges by Ira N. Gabrielson. Reprint. July 1943.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 42, No. 3 Review of Meet Mr. Grizzly by Montague Stevens. Reprint. March 1944.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 43, No. 1 Review of The Wolves of North America by Stanley P. Young & Edward H. Goldman. Reprint. January 1945.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 43, No. 6, Review by Leopold of Michigan Fox Squirrel Management, by Durward L. Allen. Reprint. June 1945.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Mammology, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 74-75. Review by Leopold of A Study of the Life History and Food Habits of Mule Deer in California, by Joseph S. Dixon. Reprint. February 1935.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Mammology, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 520-521. Review by Leopold of A Survey of the Resident Game and Furbearers of Missouri, by Rudolf Bennitt and Werner O. Nagel. Reprint. November 1937.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Mammology, Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 10-11. "The 1936 Cottontail Scarcity in Wisconsin," by Leopold. February 1938.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 2, No. 1, "Wisconsin Pheasant Movement Study, 1936-37," by Leopold, Orville S. Lee, and Harry G. Anderson. Reprint. January 1938.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 3, No. 1, "Wildlife Food Patches in Southern Wisconsin," by Leopold, Ellwood B. Moore, and Lyle K. Sowls. Reprint. January 1939.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 4, No. 3, "Song of the Gavilan," by Leopold. Reprint. July 1940.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Wildlife Management, "History of the Riley Game Cooperative, 1931-1939," by Leopold. Reprint.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Wildlife Management,"The State of the Profession," by Leopold. Photocopy.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 7, No. 4, "Population Turnover on a Wisconsin Pheasant Refuge," by Leopold, Theodore M. Sperry, William S. Feeney, and John A. Catenhusen. Reprint. October 1943.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 10, No. 3, Review by Leopold of "The Ducks Came Back." Reprint. July 1946.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 11, No. 2, "A Survey of the Over-Populated Deer Ranges in the United States," by Leopold, Lyle K. Sowls, and David L. Spencer. Reprint. April 1947.
5:2 [F-J]
Journal of Wildlife Management, Vol. 12, No. 3, "Charles Knesal Cooperrider, 1889-1944," Reprint. Jul 1948.
5:3 [K-O]
The Land, Vol. 1, No. 4, "Cheat Takes Over," Reprint. Autumn, 1941.
5:3 [K-O]
"Wilderness as a Land Laboratory," Reprint July 1941..
5:3 [K-O]
Living Wilderness, "Wilderness Values," Reprint. March 1942.
5:3 [K-O]
National Waltonian, "The Wisconsin River Marshes." September 1934.
5:3 [K-O]
New England Game Conference, 1933.
5:3 [K-O]
Nineteenth Game Conference, Pp. 254-257. Photocopy. 1932.
5:3 [K-O]
Orion, "The Virgin Southwest (1933)," Winter 1991. Photocopy.
5:3 [K-O]
Outdoor America, "The Quail Shortage of 1930," by Leopold and John N. Ball. Reprint. April 1931.
5:3 [K-O]
Outdoor America, June 1931. "A History of Ideas in Game Management," Reprint.
5:3 [K-O]
Outdoor America, "Science Attacks the Game Cycle," September 1931.
5:3 [K-O]
Outdoor America, Vol. 7, No. 6, pp. 11-12. Part of an article, presumably written by Leopold. Incomplete; no title. April 1942.
5:3 [K-O]
"The Last Stand," Reprint. Two copies. May-June 1942.
5:4 [P-T]
Pacific Discovery, Vol. 11, No. 4, "Wildlife in American Culture," Reprint. Jul-Aug 1949.
5:4 [P-T]
Parks and Recreation, "Some Thoughts on Recreational Planning," December 1934.
5:4 [P-T]
Pennsylvania Game News, "Summary of the 12th North American Wildlife Conference," March 1947.
5:4 [P-T]
Proceedings, North American Wildlife Conference, "Farmer-Sportsman Set-Ups in the North Central Region," Reprint. Feb. 3-7, 1936.
5:4 [P-T]
Proceedings, North American Wildlife Conference, "Wildlife Management by Private Agencies," Reprint. Feb. 3-7, 1936.
5:4 [P-T]
Report of the Third Annual Convention of the Wisconsin Division of the Izaak Walton League of America, "Forestry in Wisconsin," Carbon copy. Oct. 14-15, 1925.
5:4 [P-T]
Science, Vol. 207, pp. 1051-1055. "The Leopolds: A Family of Naturalists," by Luther J. Carter. Photocopy.
5:4 [P-T]
Synopsis of the Eleventh Annual Convention QWLA Chicago, "Self-spreading game projects in Wisconsin," by Leopold. Photocopy. April 27-28, 1933.
5:4 [P-T]
Technical Note, No. 226. "Glues for Wood in Archery."
5:4 [P-T]
Transactions of the 7th North American Wildlife Conference, "The Role of Wildlife in a Liberal Education," Reprint. 1942.
5:4 [P-T]
Transactions of the 10th North American Wildlife Conference,"The Outlook For Farm Wildlife," Reprint. 1945.
5:4 [P-T]
Transactions of the 13th North American Wildlife Conference, "Why and How Research?" Reprint. Two copies. March 1948.
5:4 [P-T]
Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Vol. 29, pp. 203-208. "Wild Life Research in Wisconsin," Reprint. 1935.
5:4 [P-T]
Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Vol. 30, pp. 69-76. "The Chase Journal: An Early Record of Wisconsin Wildlife," Reprint. 1937.
5:4 [P-T]
Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Vol. 30, pp. 77-89. "Teaching Wildlife Conservation in Public Schools," Reprint. 1937.
5:4 [P-T]
Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Vol. 32, pp. 5-28. "Spread of the Hungarian Partridge in Wisconsin," Autographed reprint. 1940.
5:4 [P-T]
Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, Vol. 37, "The Distribution of Wisconsin Hares," Reprint issued 4-10-47. 1945.
5:5 [U-Z]
Wisconsin Sportsman, "The Wildlife Program of the University." Newspaper clipping, & photocopy of clipping. June 1937.
5:5 [U-Z]
Wildlife Management Institute, "Summary of the 12th North American Wildlife Conference," Typescript. 1947.
5:5 [U-Z]
Wisconsin Agriculturist & Farmer, "Game Restoration by Co-operation on Wisconsin Farms: Where Farmers and Sportsmen Plan Together," Reprint. April 18, 1931.
5:5 [U-Z]
Brief in Support of Petition to Wisconsin Conservation Commission for Open Season for Waterfowl from October 7 to November 5, 1947.
Scope and Content Note: Includes a variety of materials supporting the petition.
5:5[U-Z]
"The Deer Dilemma"
5:5U-z
Wilson Bulletin, Vol. 42, p. 183-190. "The Decline of the Jacksnipe in Southern Wisconsin," September 1930.
5:5 U-Z
Wilson Bulletin, Vol. 47, pp. 300-303. Review by Leopold of Zur Biologie Des Rephuhns (Biology of the Hungarian Partridge) by Dr. W. Nolte. December 1935
5:5 U-Z
Wilson Bulletin, Vol. 48, pp. 181-203. "Franklin J. W. Schmidt" by Leopold and "Winter Food of the Sharp-Tailed Grouse and Pinnated Grouse in Wisconsin," by F. J. W. Schmidt. September 1936
5:5 U-Z
Wilson Bulletin, Vol. 58, No. 2, p. 126-127. Review by Leopold of The Ring-Necked Pheasant and Its Management in North America. June 1946
5:5 U-Z
Wisconsin Conservation Bulletin, Vol. 10, No. 7-8, "Wildlife explorations at Prairie du Sac", July-Aug, 1945.
5:5 U-Z
Wisconsin Conservation Bulletin, Vol. 5, No. 11, "Wisconsin Wildlife Chronology," November 1940.
5:5 U-Z
Wisconsin Conservation Bulletin, "Wisconsin's Deer Problem," August 1943.
5:5 U-Z
Wisconsin Conservation Bulletin, Vol. 11, No. 8-9, "The Deer Dilemma," Aug-Sept 1946
5:5 U-Z
Wisconsin Agriculturist and Farmer, "Feed the Song Birds." 1938.
5:5 U-Z
Wisconsin Arbor & Bird Day Annual. "How the country boy or girl can grow quail." 1929.
5:5 U-Z
Wisconsin pheasant populations by Irven O. Buss, Introduction by AL and W. F. Grimmer, "The history and future of the pheasant in Wisconsin" 1946.
5:5 U-Z
What's New in Farm Science Bulletin 446 , in Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station, Director's report. "Wildlife Management" November 1939
5:5 U-Z
What's New in Farm Science Bulletin 461, Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Station , "Facts on pheasants appear from Arboretum study," December 1943.
5:6 U-Z
"Report of the President's Committee on Wildlife Restoration" for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. 1934
5:6 U-Z
"Report on the Huron Mountain Club" 1938.
5:6 U-Z
American Game Policy adopted by the Seventeenth Annual American Game Conference, New York City, introduction "The American game policy in a nutshell" December 102, 1930.
5:6 U-Z
Twentieth Game Conference, "Necessity for Game Research," 1934.
5:6 U-Z
Symposium on Hydrobiology "Lakes in Relation to Terrestrial Life Patterns."
5:6 U-Z
Second North American Wildlife Conference "The Research Program," 1937.
5:6 U-Z
Second North American Wildlife Conference "Wildlife Research: Is it a Practical and Necessary Basis for Management?" 1937.
5:6 U-Z
Report of the Iowa State Horticultural Society, v. 46, "Vegetation and Birds," 1931.
5:6 U-Z
The Use and Conservation of Minnesota Game, 1850-1900, by Evadene Burris Swanson. Forward by AL. June, 1940.
Series: Materials about Aldo Leopold, 1908-1998, n.d.
Physical Description: NUMBER folders. 
Scope and Content Note: Divided into 8 subseries: Articles about Leopold to 1948; Memorial writings and obituaries; Harlan B. Brusted, "An introduction to the writings of the late Dr. Aldo Leopold ..." (1949); Articles about Leopold, primarily at the time of the centennial of his birth; Articles about the fire in 1988 at the Aldo Leopold Memorial Reserve; Materials by or about other members of the Leopold family; Getaway Club; Miscellaneous materials about Leopold and his legacy.
Subseries: Articles about Leopold, 1933-1948.
Physical Description: 1 folder. 
6:1
"Second Installment of Comment on Leopold's Game Survey to the Sporting Arms & Ammunition Manufacturers Institute" October 9, 1931. Typescript.
6:2
"Memorandum for Mr. Morrison" from W.B. Grange. February 16, 1931.Typescript."A day with Aldo Leopold." The land, 8:3 (2 Dec 1933). *Move entry located here*
Note: Reprinted as a pamphlet.
6:2
The American Jack Snipe Society." American field, 120:48 (2 Dec 1933).
6:2
"Bow and Arrow Hunters Pursue Wisconsin Game." Chicago Daily Herald, November 24, 1934. Photocopy of newspaper
6:3
"A Day With Aldo Leopold" by Alfred G. Etter. Reprint as a pamphlet. The Land, Vol. 8, #3, Fall 1948.
6:3
Journal of Wildlife Management, "In Appreciation of Aldo Leopold" by Paul L. Errington. Reprint. Vol. 12, #4, October 1948.
6:3
Wildlife Research News Letter, Vol. 35, May 3, 1948.
6:3
"Memorial Resolutions of the Faculty of the University of Wisconsin on the Death of Professor Aldo Leopold." Two page typescript.
6:3
Missouri Conservationist, June 1948.
6:3
The Conservation Conscience, small pamphlet by Roberts Mann, reprinted from Audubon Magazine, July-August 1948.
6:3
Memorial writings and obituaries at time of Leopold's death.
6:3
Carbon copy of what appear to be two epitaphs for Leopold.
6:3
Bulletin of Yale University Obituary Record of Graduates of Yale University Deceased During the Year 1947-48. January 1, 1949, #1. Photocopy.
6:3
Journal of Forestry, Vol. 46, #8, August 1948. (Untitled article). Photocopy.
6:3
Activities Progress Report of W.D.D. Bill Aberg statement on Aldo Leopold, p. 17. Carbon copy June 12, 1948.
6:3
"Memorial Resolutions of the Faculty of the University of Wisconsin on the Death of Professor Aldo Leopold." Typescript.
6:3
"Notes on Leopold for Asher Hobson." Typescript.
6:3
"Commission Honors Leopold in Statement" by J.P. Aberg. Typescript.
6:3
"A Short Story of A Manhunt" by Charles C. Bradley. Typescript.
6:4
Wisconsin Conservationist, Vol. 2, No. 2, October 1952. "CNRA Annual Meeting Pays Tribute to Late Aldo Leopold."
6:4
Wisconsin Academy Review: Leopold Portrait Presented to University of WI (Excerpts from presentation statements made at American Ornithologists' Union meeting, September 9, 1954) (2 copies)
6:4
"The Wisdom of Aldo Leopold" by Roderick W. Nash, 7 pages. Fall 1961.
Memorial Writings and Obituaries, 1948-1949 n.d.
6:4
"Aldo Leopold 1886-1948" from the Nature Bulletin No.701, Roberts Mann, January 19, 1963. Typescript. Conservation Editor.
6:4
"Aldo Leopold 1886-1948" by Nina Leopold Bradley March 1959. Typescript.
6:4
"Aldo Leopold" by Ernest F. Swift September 1961. Typescript.
6:4
"Leopold Revered by Country's Conservationists" by Gordon Macquarrie. Milwaukee Journal March 11, 1951. Typescript.
6:4
"Words From A Master" by Gordon Macquarrie. Milwaukee Journal September 19, 1954. Typescript.
6:4
"Aldo Leopold: One who saw the world in terms of things natural, wild, and free." Photo by Robert McCabe. Typescript. n.d.
6:4
Wisconsin Sportsman, Picture of Leopold and article on him by A. W. Schorger; a part of the Wisconsin Sportsman Environmental Hall of Fame. May/June 1973.
6:4
Sierra Club Bulletin, Vol. 62, #3, "Leopold's Land Ethic: Wishful Thinking or Workable Dream?" by Edward Schriver. 1 photocopy and 1 typescript March 1977..
6:4
"Speech by Governor Patrick J. Lucey, Conservation Congress May 31, 1974." Typescript.
6:4
"Aldo Leopold: Standing Taller with the Years" from The Ludwig Wilderness Volume 39, No.130. July -September 1975. Typescript.
6:4
"Aldo Leopold: Profile of a Pioneer" by Jim Dale Vickery from Backpacking Journal Spring 1978. Typescript.
6:5
Aldo Leopold compiled biography of books and newspaper articles up to 1987. Typescript 5 pages.
6:5
"Aldo Leopold's Gift to Us from Sand County" by Gustav A. Swanson from Conservation Volunteer Volume 50, page 294, 1987.
6:5
Bird Watcher's Digest,. "A Tribute to Aldo Leopold," by Gustav A. Swanson. 5 pages. 2 copies Vol 9, #3, 1987.
6:5
American Nature Study Society, "Captured by Words." Photocopy. Vol. 40, No. 3 & 4, Sept. 1987.
6:5
Journal of Environmental Education and Interpretation, "Nature Study Interrelationships." Vol. 40, No. 3 & 4, September 1987.
6:5
"Aldo Leopold And Prairie in an Illmitable Garden of Forgotten Blows" by Douglas Wade. The American Nature Study Society. Volume 40, Nos. 3 & 4, September 1987. Typescript 6 pages.
6:5
November 8, 1987. "Leopold Remembered." 2 newspaper copies and 2 photocopies. Bird Watcher's Digest, "A Tribute to Aldo Leopold," by Gustav A. Swanson. Vol 9, #3, 1987. 5 pages. 2 copies.
6:5
Dane County Conservation League Newsletter, Vol. 87, No. 1, January 1987.
6:5
EPA Journal, "A Fierce Green Fire: Remembering Aldo Leopold" by Jack Lewis. Typescript. Volume 12, No.2, March 1986.
6:5
Iowa Natural Heritage, "Aldo Leopold's Land Ethic 1887-1987" by Charles McLaughlin, p. 4-6. Winter 1987.
6:5
La Crosse Tribune, "Ecologist lived, died ahead of his time" and "Leopold legacy survives," both by Ken Brekke. 1 newspaper copy and 1 photocopy. March 1, 1987.
6:5
Ladysmith News, "Leopold centennial stirs interest in his life, ideas." 1 newspaper copy and 1 photocopy. Jan 29, 1987.
6:5
LuxenbergNews, "The Good Life is Outdoors." 1 newspaper copy and 1 photocopy. 1986 Unpublished draft. "Leopold Among the Students" by Gretchen H. Schoff. March 25, 1987. Typescript 8 pages.
6:5
Order form for the book Aldo Leopold: Mentor by His Graduate Students. Typescript.
6:5
Iowa State University. Aldo Leopold Centennial Celebration October 5-9, 1986. Typescript 6 pages.
6:5
(unknown newspaper), "Returning flocks of geese mark Leopold's spring." 1 newspaper copy and 1 photocopy. March 22, 1987.
6:5
Year of Leopold : 1987 Newsletter of Events, No. 2, Jan. 1987..
6:5
Wisconsin State Journal, "Leopold Remembered." 1 newspaper copy and 1 photocopy. November 8, 1987.
6:5
Wisconsin State Journal, "Leopold shack is a natural metaphor." 1 newspaper copy and 1 photocopy. February 1, 1987.
6:5
Wisconsin Natural Resources, "Aldo Leopold" by Clay Schoenfeld. Typescript 4 pages. Volume 11, No.1, Jan/Feb. 1987.
6:5
Joint Resolution (H.J. RES. 50) in the 100th Congress 1st Session on January 11, 1987 to commemorate the 100th birthday of the birth of Aldo Leopold. 4 Typescript pages
6:5
"Leopold Recollections" by Phil Sander. 1987. Typescript 11 pages.
6:5
Wisconsin State Journal, "Leopold's Image Preserved in Logo." 1 newspaper copy and 1 photocopy. December 28, 1986.
6:5
Wisconsin Sportsman,"Aldo Leopold 1887-1987 Part I: Aldo Leopold's 'Forgotten' Book." Typescript article. Jan/Feb. 1987.
6:5
Wisconsin Wildlife Federation, "The Legend of Aldo Leopold. 1 newspaper copy and 1 photocopy. Volume 14, No.2, February 1987.
6:5
Letter from Edward Schriver to Professor Robert McCabe about Aldo Leopold's Sand County Almanac. Typescript 6 pages n.d.
6:6
The Leopold Legacy 1887-1987: A Centennial Celebration: One of Wisconsin's Greatest Conservationists. Typescript 2 copies, one tan, one gray. Aldo Leopold Commerative Year 1987 pamphlet.
6:6
Nature Notebook, "Leopold Centennial Stirs Interest in a Wisconsin Legend" by George Gallepp. Jan 9, 1987.
6:6
Wisconsin Academy Review. Aldo Leopold Centennial 1887-1987. Volume 34, Number 1, December 1987. Typescript.
6:6
Sheboygan Outdoor. Aldo Leopold On Hunting: He was 'First and Foremost A Hunter'. Typescript newspaper copy. May 7, 1987.
6:6
St. Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch. 'Sandy County' Author Honored. 1 newspaper and 1 photocopy typescript. January 11, 1987.
6:6
News Leaf Friends of the Arboretum Newsletter. A Letter to Aldo Leopold. Typescript. Volume I: No.4, April 1987.
6:6
Reflections. 1987. The Aldo Leopold Story. Typescript 4 pages.Nature Study Interrelationships. Aldo Leopold And Prairie "In An Illimitable Garden of Forgotten Blooms." Typescript. September 1987.
6:6
Aldo Leopold 1887-1948: A Letter To Leopold. Typescript 2 pages n.d.
6:6
American Forests. Leopold The Founder by Durward L. Allen. Sept./October 1987. 4 typescript pages.
6:6
Environmental Education in Wisconsin. (EE News)Aldo Leopold Centennial 1887-1987: Teaching Conservation: The Leopold Legacy. February 1987. Typescript 2 copies.
6:6
Capital Times.What's Special About Arboretum? PM section, March 2, 1987. Typescript. 1 newspaper original and 1 photocopy.
6:7
Handwritten letter from Gary Laib to Robert McCabe regarding the Leopold Education Program in several schools & colleges throughout Wisconsin. January 10, 1989.
6:7
Handwritten letter from Gary Laib to Robert McCabe regarding news related stories about the damage done to the Leopold Memorial Reserve. October 1981. Typescript.
6:7
Portland Daily Register "Pink Section" article titled "Arsonists Thumped; Fire Fighters Applauded," June 16, 1988. Photocopy 1 page..
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Portland Daily Register article titled "Leopold Family Reserve Hit By Arsonist," June 15, 1988. Photocopy 2 pages.
6:7
Baraboo News Republic original article titled "Leopold Reserve Hit By Arsonist," June 15, 1988. 2 pages.
6:7
Northbound. The Land Ethic Revisited, Who is Aldo Leopold?, Northbound Review, Lessons From Leopold, Learning the Land Ethic, & Early Forestry and the Star Lake Plantation. Winter 1988-89. Volume 7, No. 6. (multiple articles) Typescript.
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Baraboo News Republic article titled,"Firefighters Ponder Suspicious Fires," A second article titled, "Thanks & Thanks: Thanks FireFighters" is located here as well with the same date. June 16, 1988. 1 page photocopy.
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Aldo Leopold Reserve Fire Suppression Expenses yielded on June 14, 1988 at 2:53 A.M.
6:7
Five individual Dept. of Natural Resources Forest Fire Reports assessing damage to the historical site, landscape, and the start of a formal investigation into the cause of these multiple fires.
6:8
Escudilla. Aldo Leopold, AFA, and the Southwest. Written by Susan Flader. Typescript. October 1981.
6:8
Escudilla. Leopold: An Environmentalist as Forester. Written by Susan Flader. Typescript. October 1981.
6:8
Journal of Environmental Education. Aldo Leopold on Education. Written by J. Baird Callicott. Fall 1982. Volume 14, No. 1. Typescript.
6:8
Arizona Daily Star. Wilderness Expansion Takes in Few Big Trees. Typescript 1 original newspaper and 1 photocopy. February 8, 1984.
6:8
Arizona Daily Star. U.S. Took Decades To Start Saving Wildlife, Offering Recreation. 1984. Typescript photocopy.
6:8
Northbound. (multiple articles) The Land Ethic Revisited, Who is Aldo Leopold?, Northbound Review, Lessons From Leopold, Learning the Land Ethic, & Early Forestry and the Star Lake Plantation. Typescript. Winter 1988-89. Volume 7, No. 6.
6:8
Outdoor Highlights. The Leopold Legacy & Leopold On the Joy And Lessons of Fly Fishing written by Jim Huffstodt. November 4, 1985. Volume 23, No.21. Typescript.
6:8
Southport Newsletter Kenosha County Historical Society. Leopold Recollections written by Phil Sander. May-June 1982. Volume 55, No. 3. Typescript.
6:8
Sugar Beat. Aldo Leopold & His Sugar River Friends. Typescript newspaper article. April 1981. No. 10.
6:8
Wisconsin State Journal. Leopold Ethos Drives Sand Man. January 1, 1989. Typescript.
6:8
Zeitschrift für Umweltpolitik (Journal of Environmental Policy), pp. 241-270, "Environmental Attitudes," by Thomas A. Heberlein. Photocopy.
6:8
Wilderness: Fifty Years of Conservation. The Once and Future Land Ethic. Spring 1985. Volume 48, No. 168. Typescript.
6:8
National Geographic. The Natural World of Aldo Leopold. (cover) Aldo Leopold: A Durable Scale of Values (main article) written by Boyd Gibbons. Typescript article. November 1981. Volume 160, No. 5.
6:8
Forest & Conservation History. Wilderness Visions: Arther Carhart's 1922 Proposal for Quetico-Superior Wilderness written by David Backes. Typescript 10 page article. July 1991. Volume 35, No. 3.
6:8
Wisconsin Academy Review. The Conservation Economics of Aldo Leopold written by Dennis J. Palmini. Typescript 8 page article. Summer 1993.
6:8
(unknown newspaper), "'Sand County' adds by subtraction." June 27, 1997.1 newspaper copy and 1 photocopy.
6:8
News Leaf. Vol. 5, No. 11, November 1991. Letter to Another Wildflower Digger by Aldo Leopold.
6:8
Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Aldo Leopold & Managing the Land: A Technology Perspective written by Nina Leopold Bradley. Nov.-December 1991.Typescript article.
6:8
Natur Magazin. Prinzip Wildnis. Typescript article. January 1993.
6:8
Capital Times. News For Kids: Aldo Leopold. November 1996.Typescript article. 1 newspaper original and 1 photocopy.
6:8
Burlington, Iowa in Spring 1980 had a month long tribute to A. L. Included here are photocopies of newspaper articles and talks.
6:9
Aldo Leopold A Man For All Seasons Calendar of Events. April 3-29, 1980. Photocopy 2 pages.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. Aldo Leopold Could Not Live Without Wild Things. April 2, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. Spring Arrives with the Geese. April 4, 1981. Photocopy.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. Leopold's River was an Artist. April 13, 1980.Photocopy.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. Apple Tree Readies. April 28, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. Leopold Celebration Begins Soon. March 30, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
Des Moines Register. Burlington to Honor Conservationist Son. Leopold Tribute off to a Good Start. April 3, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. A Prophet for All Seasons. April 3, 1980. Photocopy
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The Hawk Eye. Celebration Brings Leopold Kin to Town. April 13, 1980. Photocopy.
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The Hawk Eye. Art Show Opens. April 6, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
Proclamation April 7, 1980: "Aldo Leopold-A Man For All Seasons." Photocopy.
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Application For the Aldo Leopold Award from the Shining Trail Council of Girl Scouts, Inc. Award initiated on February 29, 1980.
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Proclaimation: "Aldo Leopold-A Man For All Seasons" signed by Mayor R.J Eiffelman on April 7, 1980. Photocopy.
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Application For the Aldo Leopold Award From the Shining TrailCouncil of Girl Scouts, Inc.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. "Aldo Leopold Could Not Live Without Wild Things." April 2, 1980. Photocopy.
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The Hawk Eye. "Leopold's River Was An Artist." April 13, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. n.d. "Sunday Notebook." Photocopy.
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The Hawk Eye. "Leopold Celebration Begins Soon." March 30, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
The Des Moines Register. "Burlington To Honor Conservationist Son." April 3, 1980. Photocopy.
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The Hawk Eye. "A Prophet For All Seasons" April 13, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. "Nature As Interpreted By Four Artists" April 13, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
A Literary Review: A Sand County Almanac of Aldo Leopold written by Louis Haselmayer . April 9, 1980. Photocopy, 8 p.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. College Leader Awards: Leopold a Posthumous 'A'. April 10, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
Research Report: The Starker-Leopold Family written by Steven Brower. April 1980. Photocopy of typescript, 15 pages.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. Leopold Film Airs Tonight. April 17, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. Events in Tribute to Leopold. April 18, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
Keynote Address given on April 17, 1980 by Prof. Susan Flader as part of the Community Tribute to Aldo Leopold. Photocopied 14 page document.
6:9
The Des Moines Register. He Loved Things "natural, wild, and free." April 22, 1980. Photocopy.
6:9
The Wilderness Society. A Land Ethic Renewal. April 22, 1980. Photocopied 12 page document.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. n.d. Leopold Almanac Made Into Dance. Photocopy.
6:9
The Hawk Eye. Panel Talk Closes Leopold & The Land and How We Use It. April 29, 1980. Photocopy.
6:10
Letter from Alice Harper Stokes, Leopold's secretary, to Jim Voegeli. January 11, 1974.
6:10
Typed letter from Jim Voegeli to Alice Harper Stokes. January 11, 1974. Photocopy.
6:11
Consevation Reminisciences of William J.P.Aberg: a tape recorded transcript made for Wisconsin's National Resources Project. n.d. 22 typescript pages.
6:11
Aldo Leopold 1887-1948. 1 typescript page reflecting on Leopold's legacy and contributions.
6:11
"Sand County farm shaped new ethic for the environment" by Bil Gilbert from the "Smithonian" 1980. 7 pgs.
6:11
Dane County Conservation League letterhead pertaining to its Annual Awards and Recognition Banquet on April 24, 1987.
6:11
Typescript article written by Wanye R. Marion, University of Florida professor at the Dept. of Wildlife and Range Sciences, titled "Leopold's Land Ethic "Still a Worthy Goal." 1988. 2 pamphlet copies.
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Typescript article written by Wanye R. Marion, University of Florida professor at the Dept. of Wildlife and Range Sciences, titled "Leopold's Land Ethic "Still a Worthy Goal." 1988. 12 page article with an abstract.
7:1
Replies to Schoenfeld's requests for comments on his draft article on Leopold for Audubon magazine, with a copy of Schoenfeld's 3rd draft of the article.
7:1
"Ado Leopold As I Saw Him," by Clay Schoenfeld. 3rd draft of a typescript manuscript intended for publication in Audubon. With pencilled editorial comments (by McCabe? or Nina Leopold?) 26 pages.
7:1
Letter from Arthur S. Hawkins to Clay Schoenfeld. May 5, 1976. Photocopy.
7:1
Memo from Bob Doremus to Clay Schoenfeld. May 12, 1976. Photocopy.
7:1
Letter from Charles C. Bradley to Clay Schoenfeld. May 6, 1976. Photocopy.
7:1
Memo from Clay Schoenfeld to John Hendee. April 28, 1976. Return note from John to Clay written Letter from A. Carl Leopold to Clay Schoenfeld. May 4, 1976. Photocopy. On the bottom of the page May 13, 1976. Photocopy.
7:1
Letter from Clay Schoenfeld to Les Line, editor of Audubon. June 8, 1976.
7:1
Letter from Dale R. Poetter to Clay Schoenfeld. May 12, 1976. Photocopy.
7:1
Letter from Fran (surname illegible) to Clay Schoenfeld. May 5, 1976. Photocopy.
7:1
Letter from H. Albert Hochbaum to Clay Schoenfeld. May 10, 1976. Photocopy.
7:1
Letter from H. Albert Hochbaum to Clay Schoenfeld. June 1, 1976. Photocopy.
7:1
Letter from John C. Weaver to Clay Schoenfeld. May 4, 1976.
7:1
Letter from Joseph J. Hickey to Clay Schoenfeld, including comments on an essay by Schoenfeld on Leopold for Audubon. May 10, 1976.
7:1
Letter from Nina L. Bradley to Clay Schoenfeld. May 6, 1976, and one page of comments. Photocopy.
7:1
Letter from Susan Flader to Clay Schoenfeld. May 11, 1976. Photocopy.
7:1
Letter from Walter E. Scott to Clay Schoenfeld. May 11, 1976. Photocopy of a holograph.
7:2
Durward L. Allen handwritten note to Robert McCabe about an upcoming Leopold speech. Febuary 18, 1987.
7:2
Durward Allen's speech titled,"Leopold The Founder." 9 typescript pages. n.d.
7:3
Typed Memo to UW-Madison Professors' McCabe, Hickey, & Rongstad. "A Book Proposal on Aldo Leopold." June 19, 1981.
7:3
Typed book prosposal by Robert A. Wegner titled Aldo Leopold: The Adventures Of An American Outdoorsman. June 19, 1981. Photocopied 16 page document.
7:3
Sample Chapter included titled The Deer Hunting Adventures Of Aldo Leopold. Typescript.
7:4
Typed essay at the suggestion of Leopold Bradley by James H. Zimmerman. Sept. 14, 1979. Typescript. 4 pages.
7:5
Yale University Class of 1908 Yearbook. Aldo Leopold Biography. Unknown author. 1 page typescript. Aldo Leopold Biography. Unknown Author. 9 page typescript.
7:6
Term paper written by Harlan B. Brumsted on Aldo Leopold and his works at Cornell University on January 7, 1949. 22 typescript pages. 2 identical copies of the paper are found here.
7:7
A pamphlet titled,"The Great Outdoors: Farmer of the Future" n.d.
7:7
"Aldo Leopold: A Prophet For All Seasons" video purchase literature.
7:7
A pamphlet titled,"Daybreak: The Extraordinary Motel" n.d.
7:7
UW Madison Program for the "Aldo Leopold Memorial Colloqium." June 21-August 9, 1978.
7:7
UW Madison symposium Program "Aldo Leopold: His Land Ethic and Influence in Germany & the U.S." October 26-30, 1994..
7:7
NewsLeaf article titled "Sowing Seeds of Hope: Friends of the Arboretum Annual Meeting." July 1997. Aldo Leopold handwritten quote. July 1997. Photocopy.
7:7
The HAWK EYE "April Flowers: A Banquet of Spring Blossoms Blankets the Leopold Yard." April 19, 1987. 1 original & 1 photocopy.
7:7
Aldo Leopold Centennial Print 1887-1987 purchasing literature n.d.
7:7
A Literary Review of Aldo Leopold's A Sand County Almanac by Louis Haselmayer. April 9, 1980. 10 typescript pages.
7:7
Unknown newspaper clipping, "The Aldo Leopold Special." October 20, 1992. 1 original & 1 photocopy.
7:7
Arizona Daily Star. "Forest Service Under Attack from Arizona to Alaska." February 12, 1984. Typescript. newspaper article. 1 original and 1 photocopy.
7:8
Letter from Bill Roark to Bob McCabe. Holograph manuscript.
7:8
Roster of the Getaways. 1939. Photocopy.
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"The Conservation of Wilderness Recreation Areas." February 1927, from vol. 8, '26-'27. Photocopy.
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"Guide Post to Hunting Animals of the Geologic Past." Vol. 12, '30-'31. Photocopy.
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"V. March Meeting," '39-'40. Photocopy.
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"Aldo Leopold and his South West," '39-'40. Photocopy.
7:8
Second Meeting of the Getaways. "Joint Meeting with Arboretum Committee." Photocopy.
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Third Meeting of Getaways. "Symposium of the Porcupines." Jan. 17, 1942. Photocopy.
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Fourth Meeting of the Getaways. "The Excess Deer Problem." Feb. 20, 1943. Photocopy.
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Fifth Meeting of the Getaways. Mar. 20, 1945. Photocopy.
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Seventh Meeting of the Getaways, "Norway Since the War," by Prof. Einar Haugen. April 16, 1949. Photocopy.
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"To Aldo Leopold (to be inscribed on the Arboretum monument," '47-'48.) Photocopy.
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"Forward and All of It," from vol. 10. 1928-29. Photocopy.
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Forward to vol. 11, 1929-1930. Photocopy.
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"First Log of the Getaways," From vol. 15, 1933-34. Oct. 21, 1933. Photocopy.
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"Third Meeting of the Getaways." Symposium of the Porcupines. January 17, 1942. Photocopy.
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"Seventh Meeting of the Getaways." Leopold plaque placed in the University Arboretum. April 16, 1949. Photocopy.
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"An Appeal From Hal Bradley." Unknown author. n.d. Photocopy.
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Schedule and information on the First Shanty Trip. Photocopy.
7:9
Typed letter regarding the UW-Madison Aldo Leopold portrait presentation ceremony on September 9, 1954.
7:9
Typed speech given by Robert McCabe, "Presenation of the Leopold Portrait." 3 pages.
7:9
Typed speech given by Alden H. Miller, "Introductory Remarks: Aldo Leopold Presenation." 2 pages.
7:9
Typed speech given by Dr. I. L. Baldwin, "Acceptence of the Aldo Leopold Portrait." 3 pages.
7:9
Milwaukee Journal article, "UW Naturalist To Be Honored: Aldo Leopold." 1954. 1 original & 1 photocopy.
7:10
"Great Possessions." Introduction by Nina Leopold Bradley, "The Leopold Hunter's Lunch" by A. Starker Leopold, "Watch Your Language, Please" by Carl Leopold, "Salary?" by Nina Leopold Bradley, and "A Short Human Story of a Man Hunt" by Charles C. Bradley. Vol. 26, No. 1, December 1979.
7:11
Leopold Family Anecdotes, Frederic Leopold. 1982. Typescript manuscript.
7:12
Bird Watcher's Digest, Article on p.81 on Frederic Leopold. Included letter from Frederic Leopold to Bob McCabe. 1-30-89. January/February 1989.
7:12
Letter from Frederic Leopold to Bob McCabe. 12-3-87. Typescript & holograph manuscript.
7:12
"A Program to Restore Our Wildlife," by Frederic Leopold. Typescript manuscript.
7:12
Letter from Frederic Leopold to the editor of the St. Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch. 4-27-88. Typescript manuscript copy.
7:12
"A Plan to Save Our Ducks," by Frederic Leopold. Typescript manuscript.
7:12
"Recollections of an Old Member," by Frederic Leopold. Typescript manuscript.
7:12
Des Moines (IA) Sunday Register, "Love of nature bonds brothers and offers fame." 11-15-87. Photocopy of a newspaper.
7:13
Booklet titled "Reports of the Special Advisory Board on Wildlife Management for the Secretary of the Interior 1963-1968 Reprinted from Transactions of the North American Wildlife & Natural Resources Conference." Volumes 28, 29, & 33.
7:13
Typed article by Luna B. Leopold. No title. 3 pages.
7:13
AAAS article, "The Leopolds: A Family of Naturalists" 1980. 3 pages.
7:13
Pacific Discovery article written by A. Starker Leopold,"Adios Gavilan." January/Febrauary 1949.
8:1
Letter from Gary Laib to Bob McCabe concerning Aldo Leopold workshops and handouts. November 5th Handwritten letter and typescript.
8:1
"Experiencing The Essays of Aldo" pamphlet. n.d. Created by Gary Laib. Typescript.
8:1
Bibliography of Aldo Leopold Materials. Nine published books written by Leopold includes magazine and newspaper articles, essays, tape, and radio recollections as well. Typescript.
8:1
Classroom Corner newsletter. "Lessons From Leopold" by Gail Pierce. Typescript. Two photocopies.
8:1
Materials by Gary J. Laib about Leopold with the cooperation of Robert McCabe: "Essay/Topic." Typescript outline for "A Sand County Biology."
8:1
Materials by Gary J. Laib about Leopold with the cooperation of Robert McCabe: "Sand County Biology" class notes. January: The Kidney. Typescript.
8:1
Materials by Gary J. Laib about Leopold with the cooperation of Robert McCabe: "Sand County Biology" class notes. January: The Kidney. Typescript.
8:1
Materials by Gary J. Laib about Leopold with the cooperation of Robert McCabe: "Sand County Biology" class notes. July: Shack Math. Typescript.
8:1
Materials by Gary J. Laib about Leopold with the cooperation of Robert McCabe: Wherefore "Sand County Biology?" & "Life Experiences Inventory." n.d. Typescript.
8:1
Materials by Gary J. Laib about Leopold with the cooperation of Robert McCabe: "Leopold Memorial Reserve": slide presentation by Gary Laib. 1990. Typescript.
8:1
"The Shack" n.d. Typescript.
8:1
A poem titled "Pinioneros" used by Lyle Sowls during a Madison syposium on April 23-24, 1987. Typescript.
8:2
The Leopold Education Project: Striving For A Land Ethic. Pamphlet. Typescript.
8:2
The Leopold Education Project: Striving For A Land Ethic. Newsletter. Winter 1994. Typescript.
8:2
The Leopold Education Project: Striving For A Land Ethic. Newsletter. Fall 1993. Typescript.
8:2
Leopold Education Project (teacher evaluations, workshop objectives, materials used). Typescript.
8:2
Leopold Education Project order form worksheet. Typescript.
8:2
Pheasants Forever Newsletter For Kids. Volume 2, No. 4. Fall 1993. Typescript.
8:2
The Leopold Education Project: Lessons in a Land Ethic. Typescript.
8:2
Lessons in a Land Ethic: Teacher's Guide with Student Activities for Indoor and Outdoor Use. Based on Essays from A Sand County Almanac. Typescript.
8:3
Letter from Gary Laib to Robert McCabe informing him that 2 of his books are available on computer disk. April 19, 1988. Handwritten letter.
8:3
Typescript copy of Gary Laib's book Beginning To Think Like A Mountain: Activities For Children Based on the Essays in a Sand County Almanac by Aldo Leopold on computer diskette. 1987.
8:3
Typescript copy of Gary Laib's book In The Footsteps of Aldo Leopold on computer diskette. 1984.
8:4
Typescript copy of Gary Laib's book Sketches of Aldo Leopold on computer diskette. 1982.
8:4
Typescript copy of Gary Laib's book A Miscellany of A. Leopold on computer diskette. 1988.
8:5
Typescript copy of Gary Laib's book Sand County Experiences on computer diskette. 1982.
8:5
Typescript copy of Gary Laib's book Supplement To Sand County Experiences on computer diskette. 1982.
8:5
Typescript copy of Gary Laib's Slide Narrations: Simulations For Sand County Experiences on computer diskette. 1982.
8:6
Letter to Robert McCabe from Gary Laib concerning the custody of valued Leopold possessions. April 17, 1991. Typescript.
8:6
Letter to Robert McCabe from Gary Laib concerning the insertion "Sand County Biology" into his freshman curriculum biology class. January 24, 1992. Typescript.
8:6
Newspaper article titled "Visits With Neighbors" n.d. The article discusses Gary Laib's deep respect for Aldo Leopold's commitment to promoting and preserving nature. 1 original and 1 photocopy.
8:6
Friends of the Arboretum Geology Field Trip entry form. May 9, 1987. Typescript.
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Disk Titles include: Sketches of Aldo Leopold. 1982.
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Enos Mills and Aldo Leopold. 1988.
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Beginning To Think Like A Mountain. 1987.
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Footsteps. 1984 & 1987.
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Sand County Experiences. 1982, 1983, & 1987.
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A Miscellany of Aldo Leopold et. 1988.
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A Miscellany of Aldo Leopold et. Volume II. 1988.
9:1
Letter from Robert McCabe to Edward Schriver in response to a letter (enclosed) from Schriver to McCabe expressing his happiness about using Leopold's A Sand County Almanac in his teaching. Included also a typescript article "After Twenty Years: Reflections on Aldo Leopold," by a Journeyman Professor...And the A-B Cleavage. (Edward Schriver, 11-23-90).
9:1
Letter from Larry Hott, Florentine Films, to Bob McCabe, August 16, 1990, concerning a film on Leopold to be titled "The Wilderness Idea" to be be broadcast on PBS. January 1992.
9:1
Letter from John A. Gustafson to Bob McCabe enclosing a copy of the journal Nature Society. December 2, 1987.
9:1
Letter from Charles R. Magel to Bob McCabe asking for information on the philosophical background of Leopold's land ethic. June 18, 1984.
9:1
Letter from W. E. Scott of the State of WI Conservation Department to Bob McCabe referencing three drafts of proposed organizational plans. Two were prepared by Leopold, the third most probably was. 2-26-65.
9:1
Letter from Seth Gordon to Jim Vogeli dated Typescript article concerning Gordon's involvement in Aldo Leopold's Report On A Game Survey of North Central States and its use for educational purposes alone. October 4, 1973.
9:1
Letter from J. Frank Cook to Seth Gordon. October 12, 1973. Typescript article concerning the acquisition of reports titled Game Survey of North Central States (1928-30) and a set of tapes from the WHA recording project.
9:1
Letter from Seth Gordon to J. Frank Cook. November 28, 1973. Typescript article concerning Gordon's set of Professor Leopold's Report On A Game Survey Of North Central States. These records are being mailed to Cook for copying purposes.
9:1
Letter to Seth Gordon from J. Frank. Typescript article concerning the safe arrival of the Leopold's Report On A Game Survey Of North Central States and a $500 approval estimate to copy these records. December 5, 1973.
9:1
Letter from J. Frank Cook to Robert McCabe. Typescript note concerning the original manuscript of the Sand County Almanac. December 5, 1973.
9:2
Letter from A. Starker Leopold to Robert McCabe. Typescript article concerning reprints of photographs taken by A. Starker Leopold. September 23, 1948.
9:2
Frederic Leopold to Robert McCabe.Typescript article concerning the use of Leopold Company supplies and desks at UW Forestry & Management Offices and assistance in creating a biography on Aldo Leopold's interests and other pursuits. April 12, 1960.
9:2
Letter from Marie Lord to Robert McCabe. April 17, 1960 concerning her approval of writing a book on Aldo Leopold.
9:3
Handwritten student paper #2 written in a Wildlife Ecology class in response to 5 questions. n.d.
9:3
Typed Assignment #6 written in a Wildlife Ecology class in response to 7 questions. n.d.
9:4
Talk given before the Game Division personnel in Poynette, WI. Seven page carbon copy very difficult to read followed by three photocopied pages. March 3, 1960.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Animal Pyramids at Prairie Du Sac." October 1983.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Some Animals in Aquatic Successions." March 1965.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Geology And Wildlife in WI." April 1965.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Movement Among Birds & Mammals." March 1967.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Community Structure." March 1968.
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Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Forest Succession in WI." March 1968.
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Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Population Irruptions." April 1968.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Rare & Endangered N.A. Birds & Mammals." May 1968.
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Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Population Behavior in Northern Coniferous Forest Biome." September 1968.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Lemming Cycle Hypothesis." September 1968.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Bergmann's Rule." September 1968.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "The Boreal Forest Decidious Forest Ecotone." October 1968.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Grasslands & Steppes." October 1968.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "The Boreal Forest." October 1968.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Types of Predators." October 1968.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Behavior In The Bobwhite." November 1968.
9:5
Wildlife Management 318 handout titled "Vultures, Eagles, Hawks, & Falcons." January 1969.
9:6
Handwritten three pages list of McCabe handouts and other materials containing titles and exact dates.
9:7
Working manuscript for Aldo Leopold :The Professor written by Robert McCabe. June 11, 1984.
9:7
Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer, "Wildlife Conservation on the Farm." Reprint.
9:7
List of articles. Holograph manuscript.
9:7
Letter from Bob McCabe to Al Morrow. September 22, 1987. Typescript manuscript.
9:7
Letter from Al Morrow to Bob McCabe. September 23, 1987. Typescript manuscript.
9:7
Letter from Dick McCabe (Bob McCabe's son) to Larry John of WMI. March 9, 1989.
9:7
Outline of Bob McCabe's project to reassemble Leopold's old essays from Wisconsin Agriculturalist. Holograph manuscript.
9:7
"Aldo Leopold's Forgotten (lost-hidden-little known) Essays" by Bob McCabe. March 16, 1989. Typescript manuscript, 23 pages.
9:7
"Aldo Leopold's Forgotten (lost-hidden-little known) Essays" by Bob McCabe: February 18, 1990. 22 pages.
9:7
"Aldo Leopold's Forgotten (lost-hidden-little known) Essays" by Bob McCabe: February 20, 1991, 22 pages.
9:7
"Aldo Leopold's Forgotten (lost-hidden-little known) Essays" by Bob McCabe: The 1st essay. March 17, 1989. 7 pages.
9:7
"Aldo Leopold's Forgotten (lost-hidden-little known) Essays" by Bob McCabe: The 2nd essay. March 17, 1989. 9 pages.
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"Aldo Leopold's Forgotten (lost-hidden-little known) Essays" by Bob McCabe: The 5th essay. January 30, 1990. 5 pages.
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"Aldo Leopold's Forgotten (lost-hidden-little known) Essays" by Bob McCabe: The 6th essay. February 18, 1990. 6 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 7th essay. February 27, 1990. 6 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 8th essay. February 23, 1990. 5 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 9th essay. n.d. 5 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 10th essay. n.d. 4 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 11th essay. n.d. 7 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 12th essay. n.d. 4 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 13th essay. n.d.. 7 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 14th essay. n.d. 8 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 15th essay. n.d. 5 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 16th essay. n.d. 5 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 17th essay. n.d. 5 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 18th essay. n.d. 7 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 19th essay. n.d. 6 pages.
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McCabe's project to publish/republish Leopold essays: The 20th essay. February 12, 1992. 10 pages.
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Bob McCabe on "Bur Oak is Badge of Wisconsin." Holograph manuscript notes.
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"Bur Oak is Badge of Wisconsin," by Leopold. Typescript manuscript (most likely typed by McCabe).
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Note about book given to Starker Leopold by his wife Betty. March 14, 1991.
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Memo from Harold Patzer to Bob McCabe. 9-30-87. Holograph manuscript.
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List of essays by Aldo Leopold published in the Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer. (Photocopies of those essays.)
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Feed the Song Birds." December 3, 1938.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "The Farm Pond Attracts Game," February 11, 1939.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Burned Marsh Means a Loss...More Weeds, Less Birds." April 22, 1939.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Plant Evergreens for Bird Shelter." May 6, 1939.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Wild Flower Corners," Leopold & John T. Curtis. June 17, 1939.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Wild Feeds on Farms," November 18, 1939.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Look for Bird Bands." December 2, 1939.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay:"New Year's Inventory Checks Missing Game," January 27, 1940.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Windbreaks Aid Wildlife," March 9, 1940.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "When Geese Return, Spring is Here." April 6, 1940.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Farm Arboretum Adds to Home Beauty." May 18, 1940.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Pheasant Damage Checked." August 24, 1940.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Birds Earn Their Keep On Wisconsin Farms." November 30, 1940.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Cover Plantings Need Winter Protection." December 28, 1940.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Pheasant Planting Requires Skill."
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Houses for Birds Make Friends and a Lot of Good Neighbors Who Pay Us Back in Work." March 8, 1941.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Bur Oak is Badge of Wisconsin. April 5, 1941."
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Bluebirds Welcome." April 19, 1941.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Wild Life Likes Water." June 28, 1941.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Bob White Members Can Be Increased." July 26, 1941.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Fifth Column of the Fence Row." August 23, 1941.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Feed the Birds Early." November 29, 1941.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Fur Crop in Danger." December 13, 1941.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Farmers and Rabbits: Bunny Crop Can Be Regulated." December 27, 1941.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Farming in Color." January 24, 1942.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "Wild Ducks Need More 'Pond-Room'." April 4, 1942.
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Typescript manuscript of the essay: "The Plover is Back from Argentine." May 17, 1942.
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Letter from Gary J. Laib to Robert McCabe. This letter refers to an article on Leopold that McCabe might not be aware of. July 25, 1990.
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Photocopied Table of Contents page from American Forests: The Magazine of Forests, Soil, Water, Wildlife. Volume 87, No. 10, October 1981.
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Photocopied article and Table of Contents page from the Journal of Forest History. Title of the article is called "Aldo Leopold: Remarkable Teacher-Scholar." Volume 33, No. 3, July 1989.
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WI Newspaper Association article titled "Leopold's Outlook Shared." May 6, 1987. 1 newspaper clipping & 1 photocopy.
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Printed Articles List About Aldo Leopold & Memorabilia. 3 typescript pages.
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Reprints Not on Bibliography List. 1 typescript page.
[Books Written By Or About Aldo Leopold & His Legacy]
His Graduate Students, Aldo Leopold: Mentor, ed. Robert A. McCabe (Madison, WI: Aldo Leopold Centennial Symposium Proceedings, 1987, 1988).
Leopold, Aldo, Game Management (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933).
Leopold, Aldo, Game Survey of the North Central States (Madison, WI: Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturer's Institution, 1931).
Leopold, Aldo, The River of the Mother of God, and other essays, ed. Susan L. Flader & J. Baird Callicott (Madison, WI: University of WI Press, 1991).
Lorbiecki, Marybeth, Aldo Leopold: A Fierce Green Fire (Helena & Billings, Montana: Falcon Publishing Co., Inc., 1996).
McCabe, Robert A., Aldo Leopold: The Professor (Amherst, WI: Palmer Publications: 1987).
End of the Aldo Leopold Finding Aid
"An introduction to the writings of the late Dr. Aldo Leopold, with a literary evaluation of his works." 1949.
Physical Description: 1 folder (24 pieces). 
Scope and Content Note: Term paper for Rural Education 202. Typescript carbon-copy manuscript.
Subseries: Articles about Leopold, 1951-1991, n.d.
Physical Description: 4 folders (57 pieces). 
Scope and Content Note: Many of these articles were published around the time of the centennial of Leopold's birth. Unpublished items should probably be put into a new subseries, Unpublished articles about or tributes to Leopold , unless they are by authors already represented by series, such as McCabe or Laib.
Arrangement of the Materials: Arranged alphabetically by title of periodical. Probably better arranged alphabetically by author and then date, or, if no author, by title of periodical.
Subseries: Articles about a fire at the Aldo Leopold Memorial Reserve, 1988.
Physical Description: 1 folder. 
Subseries: Materials by or about other members of the Leopold family, 1949-1990, n.d.
Physical Description: 2 folders. 
Scope and Content Note: This includes several anecdotal essays by family members about Leopold, writings relating to Nina Leopold Bradley, and materials by and about Frederic Leopold, including letters to McCabe.
Subseries: Getaway Club, 1927-1949, n.d.
Physical Description: 1 folder (52 pieces).  
Scope and Content Note: The Getaway Club was an informal social outdoors club, which Leopold was invited to join. Materials include newsletters and articles.
Subseries: Miscellaneous materials about Leopold and his legacy, 1908-1987, n.d.
Physical Description: 1 folder. 
Scope and Content Note: This subseries includes typescripts from a presentation of a Leopold portrait to the University, memorabilia, a timeline of Leopold's life, and other unrelated items. The item bearing the date 1908 is a photocopy of AL's autographed yearbook entry from the Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University, class of 1908.
Series: Robert McCabe materials, 1939-1990, n.d.
Physical Description: 10 folders. 
Scope and Content Note: This series includes correspondence to McCabe, the working typescript of his book Aldo Leopold: The Professor, materials for McCabe's reassembling of Leopold's essays from the Wisconsin Agriculturalist and Farmer, photographs of ink drawings of wildlife scenes, an inventory of slides made by McCabe of Leopold's holograph essays, and the slides themselves.
Materials about Leopold by other authors, 1974-1988, n.d.
Physical Description: 3 folders 
Materials by Gary J. Laib, 1982-1988, n.d.
Physical Description: 2 folders. 
Scope and Content Note: This series consists of activities and curriculum guides developed by Gary J. Laib, with the cooperation of Robert McCabe and based on Leopold's Sand County Almanac and other writings. It includes typescripts and 5 ¼" computer disks.
Materials by Clay Schoenfeld and replies, 1974-1976.
Physical Description: 1 folder. 
Scope and Content Note: Replies to Schoenfeld's requests for comments on his draft article on AL for the Audubon magazine, together with a copy of Schoenfeld's third draft, "Aldo Leopold As I Saw Him." This copy is edited critically in an unknown hand (McCabe? Nina Leopold Bradley?).
Series: Miscellaneous memorabilia about Leopold, 1987, 1992, n.d.
Physical Description: 1 folder. 
Scope and Content Note: Miscellaneous memorabilia about Leopold and his legacy.
Series: Photographs, 1931-1999, n.d.
Physical Description: 2 folders. 
Scope and Content Note

Primarily photographs of Leopold taken by McCabe. Includes a few negatives.

Note that McCabe's slides of Leopold's holograph essays and photographs of ink drawings of wildlife scenes are included in the series of Robert McCabe materials.

Series: Books by and about Leopold, 1931-1996.
Physical Description: 1 box (6 items). 
Scope and Content Note: McCabe's copies, in general.
Game management. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1933.
Game survey of the north central states. Madison, WI: Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institution, 1931.
The river of the mother of God, and other essays. Ed. Susan L. Flader and J. Bair Callicott. Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1991.