|Cary, Austin: Forestry and turpentining in the pine forests of the southeastern U.S., 1918-1924 (view finding aid).
Davenport, Peters: Damage caused by the San Francisco earthquake and fires of April 1906, promoting the effectiveness of redwood as a fire-retardant construction material (view finding aid and online exhibit).
Early Forestry Education in America:
Photos from the Society of American Foresters (SAF) Collection depicting activities at various U.S. forestry schools, circa 1920s.
Esser, Jonathan Keith:
Biltmore Forest School trips (1910-1911); forest reconnaissance in the southern Appalachians (1912); service in the U.S. Army during WWI (view finding aid).
Funderburke, Kenney P.:
Forestry and lumbering in Tres Barras in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil, primarily during early 20th century (view finding aid).
Hall, Charles C.:
USDA Forest Service activities in MT, NM, and Oregon, 1900s-1930.
Hart, Harold V.: Industrial forestry in the areas of Godbout and Oskelaneo, Quebec, Canada, 1920s-1960s (view finding aid).
Jordan, James: Early 1900s Wisconsin logging scenes (view finding aid).
Kephart, George S.: World War I images used in Kephart's manuscript, "Company 'E' and First Detachment 10th Engineers in France."
Kleiner, Leon J.: Lumbering industry in western Canada, 1914-1920 (view finding aid).
Leopold, Aldo: Selected early 20th century images from the life of the influential forester and ecologist.
Naval Stores Album: "A Pictorial Album of the Naval-Stores Industry," Forest Service, 1937 (view finding aid).
North Carolina Forest Service:
A selection of images from a collection of 500 photographs taken between 1923 and 1944 that were commissioned by the North Carolina Forest Service. Subjects include lookout towers, exhibits, fire control practices, roads, signs, and more (view finding aid).
Parkinson, Dana: Forestry and recreation in the Western U.S., 1910s-1920s (view finding aid).
Puget Sound Pulp & Timber Company:
Two photograph albums of Puget Sound Pulp & Timber operations in Bellingham and Clear Lake, Washington, circa 1930s-1940s (view finding aid).
The "Real" Smokey Bear:
Injured bear cub "Smokey" donated to Washington Zoo, 1950.
Cornell forestry school field trips to S.C., 1928-1934 (view finding aid).
Red River Lumber Company:
Photograph album of Red River Lumber Company operations in Westwood, California, 1920s (view finding aid).
Sincic, Edward B.:
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) work in southern Illinois, 1936-1937 (view finding aid).
Urania Lumber Company: Logging and sawmill operations in Urania, Louisiana, 1938-1939 (view finding aid).
U.S. Forest Service, Eastern Region: A sampling of images from the Eastern Region Historical Photograph Collection; originals housed at the NARA Great Lakes Regional Archives (view finding aid).
Views From the National Forests: Forest scenes, 1914-1933 (view finding aid and online exhibit).
The Washington Traveler: A 1916 tourist guide to the Washington National Forest (view finding aid).
Woolsey, Theodore S., Jr.: Yale Forest School trips; USFS work, ca. 1910s (view finding aid).