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Fri Mar 21 17:06:28 2014 UTClccn-n931118280.00Conservation bird and arbor day and tree planting /0.811.00Leaflet /153757076n 931118283497549lccn-n79120944CaliforniaState Department of Educationlccn-n84004660CaliforniaDepartment of Natural Resourceslccn-n82001879University of California (System)lccn-n82137733Metcalf, Woodbridge1888-np-watkins, j marshallWatkins, J. Marshalllccn-n2003075631Online Archive of Californialccn-n82209882Saratoga Horticultural Foundationlccn-no2007045683Fultz, Francis M.(Francis Marion)1857-lccn-n79076112Society of American ForestersNorthern California Sectionnc-john muir associationJohn Muir AssociationCalifornia Conservation CouncilConference proceedingsPeriodicalsPoetryCaliforniaNatural resources--Study and teaching (Secondary)Conservation of natural resources--Study and teaching (Secondary)Environmental educationConservation of natural resourcesCalifornia Conservation CouncilNature conservationNatural resourcesPlant conservationWildlife conservationAwardsTreesNational parks and reservesUnited StatesCalifornia--San Francisco Bay AreaMetcalf, Woodbridge,Coast redwoodForests and forestryState flowersPetroleumForest managementConservationistsForest firesState birdsSaratoga Horticultural FoundationCalifornia--Santa BarbaraNaturalistsCalifornia--BerkeleyUniversity of California, Berkeley.--School of Forestry and ConservationFire preventionCalifornia Federation of Women's ClubsCalifornia--Los AngelesCalifornia--Yosemite National ParkEucalyptusSoil conservationConservation of natural resources--AwardsMuir, John,California, SouthernGiant sequoiaWildfiresNature conservation--Study and teachingCalifornia--Kings Canyon National ParkForest fires--Prevention and controlChristmas treesNature study--Activity programsState treesCalifornia--CampbellAward winners4-H clubsBirds19401944194519501954195519561957196319641968462224330.974L124162ocn010206090book19400.96California's natural wealth : a conservation guide for secondary schools51ocn002771477serial1.00Leaflet31ocn214297624book19630.96California Conservation CouncilOur resources, our people, our future : report of 30th annual conference, California Conservation Council and cooperatorsConference proceedings22ocn243878321serial1.00Conference on ConservationProceedingsConference proceedings21ocn058880103book19631.00California Conservation CouncilOur resources - our people - our future. Report of 30th annual conference [held] Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 1963. Host: Pasadena Community-wide Committee on ConservationConference proceedings21ocn233876483serial1.00California Conservation CouncilConservation news letterPeriodicals11ocn017781822book19551.00California Conservation CouncilNational parks and monuments in California11ocn865118377book1954California Conservation CouncilConservation bird and arbor day and tree planting11ocn805445192book19501.00Conference on the Conservation of Natural ResourcesConference on conservation : [program] : the people's business : February 16, 17, 18, 1950, Pasadena, CaliforniaConference proceedings11ocn071038389book19441.00California Conservation CouncilSoil conservation11ocn865117565book1945California Conservation CouncilState emblems animal, bird, butterfly, flower and tree : practice conservation every day, California Conservation week March 7-1411ocn032509147book19641.00Roster : honor and merit awards, 1946-196311ocn865119547book1945California Conservation CouncilCommon land birds in California11ocn021629187book19681.00Non-renewable resources : oil and gas11ocn040860971book1.00Metcalf, WoodbridgeA California tree alphabetPoetry11ocn122499724mixWatkins, J. MarshallCollection of research material related to John MuirThe collection is made up of 59 ephemera items related to John Muir including pamphlets, brochures, newspaper clippings, magazine clippings, programs, poetry, and copies of Muir's writings and sketches. The material was collected by J. Marshall Watkins while he was researching John Muir. Authors include Ed Ainsworth, William Frederic BadeĢ, Francis M. Fultz, Herbert W. Gleason, Bailey Millard, John Muir, and J. Marshall Watkins. Other subjects include Muir's conservation work in California including his involvement with the Hetch Hetchy Valley, Kings Canyon National Park, and Yosemite National Park. There is one pamphlet entitled "Redwood Mountain," published by the John Muir Association as well as a leaflet printed by the California Conservation Council regarding the life of John Muir. Many of the brochures are for events related to John Muir such as "John Muir Day" in San Francisco in 1939, a dedication of a Muir memorial park in Wisconsin, and a lecture entitled "John Muir Trails." Also included are offprints and flyers concerning the proposed John Muir-Kings Canyon National Park, and nine color reproductions of scenes in Yosemite National Park11ocn214991218book1.00Metcalf, WoodbridgeWoodbridge Metcalf papersArchivesThe collection consists of six series: correspondence, subject files, work-related organizations and institutions, teaching, notebooks and clippings, and personalia. These series document the scholarly and public service forestry work of Woodbridge Metcalf from the beginning of his career through his retirement years. The correspondence, which is arranged chronologically by year from 1911 to 1972, is both personal and professional. The subject files include general subject files documenting Metcalf's interests and activities with a range of tree species and California locations as well as particular sets of files on his work with eucalypts and fire. These files include research material as well as manuscripts and reprints of some of Metcalf's writings. The files on work-related organizations and institutions date mostly from the 1950s and 1960s and document Metcalf's work with the the following institutions, among others: the California Conservation Council, the Saratoga Horticultural Foundation, the Society of American Foresters, Northern California Division, the University of California Agricultural Extension, and the FSX club. Files on Metcalf's teaching include course instruction manuals for a range of Forestry courses at the University of California dating from circa 1917 to 1925 as well as copies of course exams and materials relating to the University of California Forestry camps. Personalia includes biographical materials, genealogy, some family papers, early school notebooks, a file of Metcalf's verses and songs, materials relating to organizations in which Metcalf was personally active, including the Society of Mayflower Descendants, the Berkeley Senior Center, and the City of Berkeley Committee on Aging, and diaries and appointment books. Among the personalia is also a circa 1936 paper (written by Metcalf and Glenn Waterhouse) entitled Yachts of the International Star Class on San Francisco Bay, 1923-193611ocn027448293serial0.10California Conservation CouncilReport of ... annual conferencePeriodicalsConference proceedings11ocn865122682book1945California Conservation CouncilFood and fibre11ocn865121388book1956California Conservation CouncilWild flowers of California11ocn048823051book19631.00California Conservation CouncilCalifornia Conservation Council roster : honor and merit awards, 1946-196311ocn859014231visu19570.10Receives awardPhotograph caption dated December 27, 1957 reads, "Mrs. Leroy J. Anderson, right, of Granada Hills presents merit award to Mrs. Valley Knutsen of Glendale for her work in promoting "Plant a Tree Week." Presentation was made in North Hollywood at board meeting of Sierra-Cahuenga District of California Federation of Women's Clubs."Fri Mar 21 15:39:05 EDT 2014batch13520