Preliminary Guide to Environmental Sources
Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan.
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-2113
- Hankinson, Thomas L., 1876-1937. Thomas L. Hankinson papers,
8 linear ft. Photographs 3 linear ft.
Naturalist and ichthyologist, professor of biology and conservation at Michigan State Normal College. Correspondence, reports, and field and laboratory notes concerning his studies of the fish of Michigan, Ilinois and New York; also photographs.
Finding aids: Finding aid in the library.
Photographs described in Visual Materials File.
- Boerker, Richard H. D. (Richard Hans Douai), b.1887. Papers,
2 linear ft.
: Forester with the U.S. Forest Service in California (1911-1914), Wyoming (1916), and Colorado (1917), and science teacher in Kingston, N.Y. (1921- ).
Chiefly drafts of research papers and journal articles written by Boerker and research notes; together with correspondence, clippings, journal articles, and other papers, relating to the many aspects of forestry. Includes a number of silvical reports written while he was a forest assistant for the U.S. Forest Service. Topics include silviculture, utilizations of forests, forest management, forest regions of the U.S., forest ecology, forest conservation, and botany. Finding aid in the repository.
- Goodell, Charles E. (Charles Ellsworth), 1926-1987.Papers, 1973-1977.
9 linear ft.
U.S. representative and senator from New York and lobbyist and lawyer, of Washington, D.C.
Minutes, case summaries, and internal memoranda of the Presidential Clemency Board which Goodell chaired, relating to the clemency program for Vietnam War draft evaders and military absence offenders; together with papers documenting his attorney/lobbyist work on such issues as privacy legislation, auto emissions, and Concorde SST landing rights.
Finding aid in the repository.
- Voigt, William, 1902-. William Voigt, Jr. papers, [ca. 1955-1992].
28.75 linear ft.
William Voigt, Jr. (1902- ), journalist, conservationist, official of Izaak Walton League, director of the Pennsylvania Fish Commission (1955-1960), and director of Interstate Advisory Committee on the Susquehanna River Basin (1963-1968). The collection consists of papers of William Voigt, Jr. from ca. 1955-1992.
The papers include correspondence, subject files, reference files, and printed material relating to Voigt's interest in public lands and the conservation of natural resources. The collection documents Voigt's involvement with the Pennsylvania Fish Commission, the Interstate Advisory Committee on Susquehanna River Basin Compact, and the Izaak Walton League of America. Also includes audiotapes of interviews and research relating to the publication of Voigt's books PUBLIC GRAZING LANDS (1976) and BORN WITH FISTS DOUBLED (1992).
William Voigt, Jr. papers.
Cataloged as part of the Georgia Archives and Manuscripts Automated Access Project:
A Special Collections Gateway Program of the University Center in Georgia.