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"The Long Sheep Trail Through California," San Francisco Examiner & Chronicle
"Sloughhouse Man is Chief of Cattleman," Lloyd Mehrten elected, Sacramento Bee
Gift Left to Colorado School of Mines by William H Friedhoof, a Forest Service retiree. Mining Congress Journal.
"Summer in Region's Parks and Forests." The Spokesman-Review, Inland Empire magazine. 7 pages
"Biltmore: Fountain-Head of Forestry in America," and "WNC leaders headed Drive for Establishing National Forests." Ashville Citizen-Times
"First Forestry School In America Was In Biltmore." Howard R Krinbill writes (a 1909 grduate) writes in response to article recent Biltmore article
"Final Rites Are Held for Late Hale Mace." Forest Service retiree
"Annual Trek of Summer Visitors to Lake Tahoe Is in Full Swing." Includes discussion of the Baldwin and Pope Exchange, Reno Evening Gazette
"William Maule, Veteran Forest Official, Is Dead."
"Vital Conservation." Governor Earl Warren is quoted on importance of forest resources
"Grazing and Public Lands." Editorial Comment in Republican Boomerang, Laramie, WY
"Albert T Tonze 73, Ione Rancher, Dies."
"Cattleman's Assn. Has Interesting Local background; Committees Prepare for fall Meeting Nov. 12th." Includes history -mentions Evan Kelley
"Squadron to Fly Here for Cattlemen's Ball." Two articles. History of organization - mentions Evan Kelley. The Progress, Ione-Amador County CA
"Frank J Salinsky Obituary - Assisted in establishing the Shasta NF and Glacier National Park
"Placerville Annual Party Attracts 150 Sportsmen." Mentions Ed Smith
"Poor Guessing by Reporter for Bee." Takes issue with accuracy of a report on illegal hunting; The Placerville Republican
|Year Range from||1922|
Smith, Edwin F.
Friedhoof, William H.
Krinbill, Howard R.
Kelley, Evan W.
Salinsky, Frank J.
Lands-Real Estate Management
|Collection||Smith, Edwin F.|