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Horace M. Albright, (1890-1987) and Newton
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Comments on Conservation, 1900-1960. 1962,
The Baumberg Tract: from the Proposed Shorelands Development to the Wetlands Restoration (Eden Landing Ecological Reserve), 1982-1999. 2000, 532 pp. Interviews with: Howard L. Cogswell,
John M. Thorpe,
Robert C. Douglass,
Karen G. Weissman,
Peter C. Sorensen,
Carl G. Wilcox,
Roberta G. Cooper,
David R. Brower (1912-2000)
Environmental Activist, Publicist, and Prophet. 1980,
Reflections on The Sierra Club, Friends of the Earth, and Earth Island Institute. 2012,
Harold C. Bryant (1886-1968) and Newton B. Drury (1889-1978).
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Lewis H. Butler
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Lewis H. Butler Video excerpts:
On the value of the Peace Corps
On Owen Chamberlain and the genesis of the Ploughshares Fund
On organizing the Pete McCloskey campaign for Congress in 1967 against Shirley Temple Black
On the establishment of an agricultural preserve in Napa Valley, 1968
Experiences in the Nixon administration during the Vietnam War
On determining the mission of California Tomorrow
California Tomorrow: Learning to work as a multiracial, multiethnic organization
California Women in Botany
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Mary DeDecker, and Elizabeth McClintock. 1987,
Ralph Works Chaney (1890-1971)
Ralph Works Chaney, Ph.D., Paleobotanist, Conservationist. 1960,
Henry Clark and Ahmadia Thomas
Fighting Toxic Emissions in Richmond, CA 1984-2000. 2003,
George L. Collins (b. 1903)
The Art and Politics of Park Planning and Preservation,
1920-1979. 1980, 358 pp.
Newton B. Drury (1889-1978)
Parks and Redwoods, 1919-1971, Volume 1. 1972, 796 pp.
Parks and Redwoods, 1919-1971, Volume 2. 1972, 922 pp.
Newton B. Drury (1889-1978) and Herbert
The National Park Service and Civilian Conservation Corps. 1963,
Newton B. Drury (1889-1978) and Enoch
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Cruising and Protecting the Redwoods of Humboldt. 1963,
Newton B. Drury (1889-1978) and Joseph Russell Knowland (1873-1966) (1873-1966).
Conservation and Politics. 1965, 120
Bertram K. Dunshee (1891-1986).
Land Planning in Marin County. 1965, 53 pp.
Francis P. Farquhar (1886-1974).
Francis P. Farquhar on Accountancy, Mountaineering, and the
Includes interviews with Ansel F. Hall, Yosemite National
Park ranger; and Edward deWitt Taylor, San Francisco fine
printer; conducted by Mr. Farquhar. 1963, 376 pp.
Marjorie Bridge Farquhar [Donated]
Pioneer Sierra Climber, Conservationist and Photographer. 1994, 240 pp.
Thomas J. Graff
California Regional Director of the Environmental Defense Fund, 1971-2009:
Applying Economics to Environmental Policymaking, Reforming California Water Policy, 2011. 396 pp.
George B. Hartzog (b. 1920).
The National Parks, 1965. 1973,
Joel Hedgpeth (b. 1911)
Marine Biologist and Environmentalist: Pycnogonids, Progress,
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Board Member, President, Councillor of Save-The-Redwoods League, 1963-2003, 2006. 173 pp.
Janice Rivers Kittredge
Volunteer and Employment Careers: University of California, Berkeley: Save the SF bay Association, 1964-1998. 2000,
Sunset Publisher, Environmentalist, Ambassador, 2007, 292 pp.
Pamela Tau Lee
Community and Union Organizing, and Environmental Justice in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1967-2000. 2003,
Luna Leopold (b. 1915)
Hydrology, Geomorphology, and Environmental Policy: U.S.
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Norman B. Livermore. Jr. (b.1911).
Man in the Middle: High Sierra Packer, Timberman, Conservationist, and California Resources Secretary. 1983,
Citizen Activist for the Environment: Saving San Francisco Bay, Promoting Shoreline Parks and Natural Values in Urban and Campus Planning. 2009,
Loye H. Miller (1874-1970).
The Interpretive Naturalist. 1970,
William Penn Mott (1910-1992). "Managing the California
State Park System, 1967-1974" 49 pp. in Services for Californians:
Executive Department Issues in the Reagan Administration, 1967-1974.
Muiriana. Recollections of John Muir. Interviews
with John Briones, William Colby, Dr. Herbert Evans, and Frank
Swett. 1971, 106 pp.
DeWitt Nelson (b. 1901).
Management of Natural Resources in California, 1925-1966. 1976,
Politics, Law, and Human Rights. 2010, 254 pp.
Margaret Wentworth Owings (b. 1913).
Artist, and Wildlife and Environmental Defender. 1991, 338 pp.
Pacific Northwest Conservationists. 1986, 281 pp. Polly Dyer. "Preserving Washington Parklands and Wilderness." Patrick D. Goldsworthy,
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David Pesonen (b. 1934). Attorney and Activist
for the Environment, 1962-1992: Opposing Nuclear Power at Bodega
Bay and Point Arena, Managing California Forests and East Bay Regional
Parks. 1996, 339 pp.
Edwin Philip Pister
Preserving Native Fishes and Their Ecosystems: A Pilgrim's Progress, 1950s-Present, 2009,
Martin J. Rosen (b. 1931)
The Trust for Public Land Founding Member and President,
1972-1997, the Ethics and Practice of Land Conservation, 2000,
Save San Francisco Bay Association, 1961-1986. Interviews
with San Francisco attorney Barry Bunshoft and SSFBA
founders Esther Gulick, Catherine Kerr, and Sylvia
McLaughlin.1987, 220 pp.
Saving the Point Reyes Seashore, 1969-1970: An Oral History
of Citizen Action in Conservation. Interviews with five citizen
activists: Katy Miller Johnson, Peter Behr, Margaret Azevedo,
William Kahrl, Boyd Stewart ; a congressional supporter, Paul
N. "Pete" McCloskey ; and a presidential assistant in
the Nixon administration, John D. Ehrlichman. 1993, 390 pp.
Campaigner for America's Wilderness, Sierra Club Associate Director. 2013,
Ted Smith (b. 1945)
Pioneer Activist for Environmental Justice in Silicon Valley. 2003, 146 pp.
The Artist as Environmental Advocate. 1983, 49 pp.
Richard C. Trudeau (1920-2004).
From Skyline to Seashore: 22 years of leadership Land Acquisition & Lobbying
at the East Bay Regional Park District, 1964-1986. 2003
Sierra Club Statesman and Leader of
the Parks and Wilderness Movement: Gaining Protection for Alaska, the Redwoods,
and Golden Gate Parklands. 1985, 525 pp.
Global Activitist and Elder Statesman
of the Sierra Club: Alaska, International Conservation, National Parks and
Protected Areas, 1980-1992. 1996, 277 pp.
Author and Environmental Advocate. 1992, 193 pp.
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.