Rexford Black, Private and State Forestry
in California, 1917-1960. 1968, 159 pp.
John D. Coffman, Forest Protection in the National
Parks. 1973, 126 pp.
Edward C. Crafts, Congress and the Forest Service,
1950-1962. 1975, 69 pp.
Crown Zellerbach: Timber, Technology, and Corporate Development
in the Pacific Northwest, 1920-1965. Interviews with Otis
Hallin, Howard Peterson, Harold
Miller, Owen Bentley, John
Dewey Ollsen, Elias Boddy, and William
D. Welsh. 1979, 293 pp.
Samuel T. Dana, The Development of Forestry
in Government and Education. 1967, 98 pp.
The Development of Forestry : a composite of selections from separate interviews, 1965.
Newton B. Drury (1889-1978) and Enoch
Percy French (1882-1970).
Cruising and Protecting the Redwoods of Humboldt. 1963,
Charles Gunn Dunwoody, Interview with Charles
Gunn Dunwoody. 1966, 81 pp.
The Eddy Tree Breeding Station: Institute of Forest Genetics. Interviews with Gladys (Mrs. Lloyd) Austin, Jack
Carpender, William G. Cumming, Alfred
R. Liddicoet, Nicholas T. Mirov, and Frances
I. Richter. 1974, 147 pp.
Forestry and Technology in Northern California. Interviews
with Myron E. Krueger and Richard Colgan. 1968, 77 pp.
Forestry Issues. Interviews with Henry Clepper, Fred
E. Hornaday, and Kenneth B. Pomeroy. 1968, 81 pp.
Forest Service Issues. Interviews with John W.
Keller, Evan W. Kelley, and Paul
H. Roberts. 1974, 101 pp.
Forest Taxation and Insurance 1926-1935. Interviews with R.
Clifford Hall and Harold B. Shepard. 1968, 121 pp.
Emanuel Fritz, Emanuel Fritz: Teacher, Editor,
and Forestry Consultant. 1972, 336 pp.
Tom Gill, The Summary of the Career of Tom
Gill, International Forester. 1969, 75 pp.
Christopher Granger, (1885-1967) Forest Management
in the United States Forest Service. 1965, 131 pp.
Tom Greig, An Oral History with Tom Greig. 1970, 48 pp.
History of Forest Economics. Interviews with H.R.
Josephson, Myron E. Krueger, and Henry
Vaux. 1986, 248 pp.
Leo Isaac, Douglas Fir Research in the Pacific
Northwest. 1967, 152 pp.
Leon F. Kneipp, Land Planning and Acquisition,
U.S. Forest Service. 1976, 283 pp.
Edward I. Kotok, The U.S. Forest Service:
Research, State Forestry, and FAO. 1975, 344 pp.
Walter H. Lund, Timber Management in the Pacific
Northwest, 1927-1965. 1967, 83 pp.
Walter McCulloch, Forestry and Education in
Oregon, 1937-1966. 1968, 216 pp.
Woodbridge Metcalf, Extension Forester, 1926-1956. 1969, 138 pp.
Thornton T. Munger, Forest Research in the
Northwest. 1967, 245 pp.
DeWitt Nelson, Management of Natural Resources
in California, 1925-1966. 1976, 326 pp.
Earl S. Peirce, Salvage Programs Following
the 1938 Hurricane. 1968, 52 pp.
Arthur C. Ringland, Conserving Human and Natural
Resources. 1968, 538 pp.
William R. Schofield, Forestry, Lobbying, and
Resource Legislation, 1931-1961. 1968, 159 pp. $58
Stuart Bevier Show, National Forests in California. 1965, 215 pp.
Robert H. Torheim, Management Technology in
the U.S. Forest Service: Experimentation and Innovation in the
Field, 1948-1979. 1980, 181 pp.
Management Technology in
the U.S. Forest Service, also includes interviews with
Gordon D. Fox, Walter L. Graves, and Chester A. Shields. 1980, 478 pp.
U.S. Forest Service Recreation and Wildlife. Interviews
with John H. Sieker and Lloyd Swift. 1968, 80 pp.
Henry J. Vaux, Forestry in the Public Interest:
Education, Economics, State Policy, 1933-1983. 1987, 367
A. E. Wieslander, California Forester: Mapper
of Wildland Vegetation and Soils. 1985, 316 pp.
Wieslander Vegetation Type Maps and Photographs in the Marian Koshland Bioscience and Natural Resources Library
Richard A. Wilson
Rancher, Conservationist, Director of the Department of Forestry: Toward a Working Landscape for California from Round Valley to the Redwood Forest. 2012, 381 pp.
View video excerpts of Wilson's 2004 interview.
View complete February 6, 2004 video interview: Richard A. Wilson: Rancher, Conservationist, Director of The Department of Forestry.
Available for research only in The Bancroft Library:
Earle Clapp, Three Glimpses of Earle Clapp. 1970
Raymond Eugene Marsh, Correspondence, interviews
and writings. 1971
Related Oral Histories
See also the Regional Oral History Office lists of interviews on
the related subjects of:
and Parks, Land-Use
Club, and United States Forest Service Region 5 Oral History Series.