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Inventory of the National Forest Products Association Records,
1902 - 1986

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Abstract: The National Forest Products Association (NFPA), known until 1965 as the National Lumber Manufacturers Association (NLMA), serves as the national spokesman for federated trade associations whose memberships comprises majaor regions, species, and products of the lumber and plywood industry in the United States. In 1992, NFPA merged with the American Forest Council and the American Paper Institute to become the American Forest and Paper Association.
The collection includes correspondence and reference files on federal forest legislation and regulation of forestry practices; taxation; soil and water resources conservation; American Forest Congresses; Forest Industries Council meetings; and many other forestry, lumber trade, and conservation associations, as well as lumber companies; national parks; the Civilian Conservation Corps; related activities of the U.S. Departments of the Interior, Agriculture, and Commerce; the U.S. Forest Service, particularly the Timber Resources Review (1952); the Society of American Foresters; activities of state forestry agencies; forest land acquisition; the Timber Conservation Board (1931-1933); lumber industry surveys; insect and disease problems; lumber supply; the regulation of the lumber industry during World War II and the Korean War periods; price controls by the Economic Stabilization Agency; Indian reservations; mining laws; national forest recreation values; the National Lumber Manufacturers Inter-Insurance Exchange; the Lumber and Timber Products War Committee; also articles and addresses; statistics on lumber production, shipments, orders, prices; NLMA and National Forest Products Association annual reports, press releases, publications, and other printed matter; obituaries; photographs; and other materials.
Title: National Forest Products Association Records, 1902 - 1986
Creator: National Forest Products Association
Repository: Forest History Society Library and Archives
Call Number: 3395
Language of Material: Material in English
Extent: 142.5 linear feet
(90 archival boxes, 32 record cartons, and loose materials)

Historical Note

The National Forest Products Association (NFPA), known until 1965 as the National Lumber Manufacturers Association (NLMA), serves as the national spokesman for federated trade associations whose memberships comprises majaor regions, species, and products of the lumber and plywood industry in the United States. The national organization is financed by dues paid by the federated associations and by direct member companies. Members are represented on the board of directors by votes in proportion to the amount of dues paid, except that every federated association member has at least one seat on the board. The NFPA executive committee is comprised of representatives of those members.

Each of the basic activities of NFPA is assigned to a committee of the board of directors, and each such committee is supported by a staff department. Generally, the basic activities and services of NFPA and its predecessor NLMA have included forest conservation, research, public relations, statistical information, utilization and waste prevention, transportation, law information, governmental relations, lobbying, standardization of products and terminology, trade promotion, engineering, insurance, credit rating services, and administration.

To encourage public support during the Great Depression of the 1930s, NLMA esablished a publicity and trade promotion arm known as the American Forest Products Industries, Inc. (AFPI). The executive committee of NLMA served as the board of directors of AFPI, while the chairman of the NLMA trade promotion committee was AFPI president. The Timber Engineering Company (TECO) was established in 1932 as a subsidiary of AFPI to promote the use of lumber in engineering construction. In 1946, AFPI became an independent organization and was renamed American Forest Institute (AFI) in 1967.

In 1943, NLMA joined with the two other national trade associations concerned with forest industries, the American Paper and Pulp Association and American Pulpwood Association, to form the Forest Industries Council (FIC), which discusses and makes recommendations concerning the joint interests of its members, although its actions are not binding on the member institutions. The chief elected and executive officers of the member associations hold seats on the FIC, which was later expanded to include AFI and the American Plywood Association.

In 1992, NFPA merged with the American Forest Council and the American Paper Institute to become the American Forest and Paper Association.


Collection Overview

The collection includes correspondence and reference files on federal forest legislation and regulation of forestry practices; taxation; soil and water resources conservation; American Forest Congresses; Forest Industries Council meetings; and many other forestry, lumber trade, and conservation associations, as well as lumber companies; national parks; the Civilian Conservation Corps; related activities of the U.S. Departments of the Interior, Agriculture, and Commerce; the U.S. Forest Service, particularly the Timber Resources Review (1952); the Society of American Foresters; activities of state forestry agencies; forest land acquisition; the Timber Conservation Board (1931-1933); lumber industry surveys; insect and disease problems; lumber supply; the regulation of the lumber industry during World War II and the Korean War periods; price controls by the Economic Stabilization Agency; Indian reservations; mining laws; national forest recreation values; the National Lumber Manufacturers Inter-Insurance Exchange; the Lumber and Timber Products War Committee; also articles and addresses; statistics on lumber production, shipments, orders, prices; NLMA and National Forest Products Association annual reports, press releases, publications, and other printed matter; obituaries; photographs; and other materials.

Collection Arrangement

1. Subject Files and Other Materials, 1902-1986

2. Bound Circulars, 1936-1986

3. Bound Meeting Minutes, 1947-1957



Subject Headings

  • American Forest Congress
  • Civilian Conservation Corps (U.S.)
  • Forest fires
  • Forest Industries Council (U.S.)
  • Forest reserves
  • Forestry schools and education
  • Indian reservations
  • Korean War, 1950-1953 -- Lumber trade -- Law and legislation -- United States
  • Lumber -- Prices -- United States
  • Lumber trade
  • Lumber trade -- Law and legislation -- United States
  • National Forest Products Association
  • National Lumber Manufacturers Association
  • National parks and reserves
  • Pests -- Control
  • Society of American Foresters
  • United States. Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (1947-1949). Committee on Natural Resources.
  • United States. Dept. of Agriculture
  • United States. Dept. of Commerce
  • United States. Dept. of the Interior
  • United States. Economic Stabilization Agency
  • United States. Forest Service
  • United States. Timber Conservation Board
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Lumber trade -- Law and legislation -- United States

Detailed Description of the Collection

1. Subject Files and Other Materials, 1902-1986.

Box 1
Clarke-McNary Act Granger Bill (H.R. 2296), 1948-1957
Box 2
Federal Regulation of Forestry Practices, 1949-1952
Box 2
Federal Land Study Commissions (H.R. 1066) By Representative Tellar, New York, 1959
Box 2
Flood Insurance Bills, 1956
Box 2
Federal Land Study Commissions (S. 3444) By Senator Long, Louisiana, 1955-1960
Box 2
Clarke-McNary Act Allotment of Funds, 1942-1948
Box 2
Coordination Act Bills: Correspondence, 1957-1958
Box 3
Forest Land Acquisition: Klamath Indian Reservation, 1956-1957
Includes correspondence, printed matter, and materials related to hearings.
Box 4
Land Acquisition Aztec Land and Cattle Company General Correspondence, 1954-1958
Box 5
Forest Land Acquisition: Black Water State Forest, Florida, 1955
Box 5
Forest Land Acquisition: Fruit Growers Supply Exchange, 1954-1955
Box 5
Land Acquisition: Aztec Land and Cattle Co., Miscellaneous, 1953-1956
Box 6
Forest Land Acquisition: Klamath Indian Reservation, 1958
Box 7
Forest Regulation: Increased Industrial Use of Agricultural Products, 1957-1958
Box 7
Forest Pest Control Legislation, 1945-1956
Box 8
Forest Taxation, 1938-1958
Box 8
Forest Regulation, 1950 and 1949-1957
Box 8
Forest Service Appropriations, 1951-1959
Box 9
Public Lands, 1950-1954
Box 9
Recreation: Reservoirs, 1953-1957
Includes correspondence and bills.
Box 9
National Wilderness Preservation System (S. 4028), 1958
Box 9
Land Commissions: Bills, 1955-1958
Box 9
McGee Bend Dam, 1953-1958
Includes correspondence, articles, and booklets.
Box 10
Soil Conservation, 1951-1957
Box 10
Soil Conservation: Soil Bank, 1955-1961
Box 11
Upstream Resources: Ellsworth Land Exchange Bill (Generally Law Information Service), 1950-1958
Box 11
Upstream Resources: Bills and Redrafts, 1952-1954
Box 11
Upstream Resources: Ellsworth Land Exchange Bill, 1951-1954
Box 12
Valley Authorities, 1945-1959
Box 13
Water Resources Conservation, 1955-1959
Box 13
Water Resources Conservation, 1950-1956
Box 14
Water Resources Conservation, 1949-1960
Box 14
1954 National Watershed Congress: Water Conservation
Box 14
Weather Control: Cloud Seeding, 1950-1958
Box 15
Weather Control (H.R. 2451, 3631), 1957
Box 15
Water: Bills and Correspondence, 1952-1958
Box 15
American Association of Nurserymen, 1954
Box 15
American Forest Fire Medal, 1939-1945
Box 15
American Forest Congress, 1946
Box 15
American Forest Congress, 1953
Box 16
Natural Resources Production Department, 1943-1958
Box 16
Natural Resources, 1941-1951
Box 16
Natural Resources, 1951-1954
Box 16
Natural Resources, 1938-1940
Box 16
American Forestry Association, 1953-1959 and 1945-1947
Box 17
Association of Consulting Foresters, 1958
Box 17
Council of Conservationists, Inc., 1955-1957
Box 17
Emergency Committee on Natural Resources, 1955-1959
Box 17
Forest Conservation Committee of NLMA, 1937-1948 and 1955
Box 17
Forest Conservation: Policies and Pertinent Comments, 1940 and 1954
Box 17
Forest Industries Centennial Committee, 1959
Box 17
Forest Industries Council, 1955-1960
Box 17
Forest Industries Council: Committee Members, 1951-1959
Box 17
Forest Industries Council: Committee Members, 1945-1951
Box 17
Forest Industries Council: Committee Members, 1943-1945
Box 18
Forest Industries Council: Meetings, 1945-1951
Box 18
Forest Industries Council: Forest Policy Statement, 1945-1961
Box 19
Forest Industries Council: Meetings, 1944-1960
Box 20
Joint Committee on Forest Conservation of WCLA and Pacific Northwest Loggers Association, 1935-1952
Box 20
Forest Policy Committee, 1945 and 1957
Box 20
Forest Policies: Public and Private, 1937-1960
Box 20
Friends of the Land, 1944-1947
Box 20
Industrial Forestry Association, 1940 and 1956-1960
Box 20
Forest Pest Control Advisory Committee, 1951-1952
Box 20
Forest Industries Council Pest Committee, 1958-1959
Box 20
Forest Industries Council Woodland Conferences, 1958
Box 20
Forest Industries Council Organization Chart
Box 20
Orell, B.L.: Correspondence, 1958
Box 20
National Emergency Conference on Resources, 1949
Box 21
Sustained Yield Forestry Legislation (S. 226-S. 228), 1953-1959
Box 21
Sustained Yield Forestry Legislation, 1935-1944
Box 22
United States Department of Interior: National Park Service, 1946-1951
Box 22
United States Federal Security Agency: Civilian Conservation Corps, 1938-1950
Box 22
United States Department of Interior, 1938-1956
Box 22
United States Department of Agriculture: Research and Marketing Act, Forest Products Committee, 1946
Box 22
United States Department of Agriculture: Texas Timber Salvage, 1944
Box 22
United States Department of Commerce, 1937-1956
Box 22
National Forest Conservation, 1933-1940
Box 23
United States Department of Agriculture - Forest Service: Timber Resources Review
Meeting, North Carolina 1952
Meeting, San Francisco, California, 1952
Area Meeting, Wausau, Wisconsin, 1952
Area Meeting, Oregon, 1952
Area Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1952
Area Meeting, West Virginia, 1952
Area Meeting, Georgia, 1952
Box 23
National Forest Reservation Commission, 1920-1957
Box 24
United States Department of Agriculture - Forest Service: Timber Resources Review, Task Reports
I Administrative Plan, 1952-1957
II Introductory Material, 1952-1958
III International Aspects, 1952
IV Working Plan for Estimating Consumption and Potential Requirements for Timber Products, 1952 and 1958
V Timber Utilization, 1952-1953
VI Timber Resource Inventory, 1952-1958
VIII Status of Management, 1952-1956
VII Trends of Timber Growth, Timber Growth Outlook, Regional Growth Goals and Required Growing Stock, 1952
IX Status of Protection, 1952
X Planting, 1952
XI Forest Land Use and Owners, 1952 and 1957
XII Programs Bearing Upon Current and Prospective Timber Growth, 1952
XIII Definitions, 1952
Box 25
Congressional Joint Committee: Pulpwood Associations, 1938-1941
Box 25
Congressional Joint Commission: Regional Association Correspondence, 1938-1941
Box 25
United States Department of Agriculture - Forest Service: Task Reports, Miscellaneous Releases, Statements, 1949-1957
Box 25
Soil Conservation Service, 1954-1955
Box 25
United States Department of Interior: "Petition respecting rule," 1960
Box 25
United States Department of Interior: Advisory Committee on Conservation, 1953-1957
Box 25
United States Department of Agriculture - Forest Service: Lumber Manufacturing, Wood Using and Allied Associations, 1953
Box 26
Bureau of Land Management, 1950-1959
Box 26
National Forest Reservation Commission, 1956-1959
Box 26
National Forest Reservation Commission, 1955-1958
Box 26
The Indiana Report on Its Forest Problems to the Joint Congressional Committee, 1939
Box 26
Congressional Joint Commission: Miscellaneous Reports on United States Forest Service, 1938-1939
Box 26
Congressional Joint Commission: Reports and Releases from NLMA, 1938
Box 26
Congressional Joint Commission: State Forester Correspondence, 1938-1947
Box 27
United States Department of Agriculture, 1953-1960
Box 27
Forest Products Service Plan, 1942-1957
Box 27
Congressional Joint Commission: Regional Association and Industry Reports, 1938-1941
Box 28
United States Forest Service, 1951-1959
Box 29
Technical Forestry Conference, April 1954
Box 29
Technical Forestry Conference, 1954
Box 29
Forest Policy Conference, August 1954
Box 29
United States Department of Agriculture, 1939-1951
Box 29
Forest Policy Conference, 1951-1954
Box 29
Forest Research Advisory Committee, 1952-1959
Box 30
American Paper and Pulp Association Comments, 1952-1958
Box 30
American Pulpwood Association Comments, 1952-1954
Box 30
Area Meetings (Apparently Timber Resources Review), 1950-1952
Box 30
Timber Resources Review, 1952
Box 30
Miscellaneous Releases, Statements, Etc., 1952
Box 30
NLMA Releases, 1952-1959
Box 30
Timber Resources Review
Box 30
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1952-1960
Box 31
National Grange, 1933-1945
Box 31
National Parks Association, 1954-1960
Box 31
National Resources Board, 1934-1958
Box 31
National Wildlife Federation: "Conservation News," 1956-1960
Box 31
National Wildlife Federation, 1953-1954
Box 31
Natural Resources Information Commission, 1938, 1954, 1956, and 1958
Box 31
Northeastern Timber marketing Association, 1939-1943
Box 32
Oberlaender Trusts, 1936-1939
Box 32
Society of American Foresters, 1939-1959
Box 33
Western Forestry and Conservation Association, 1919-1954
Box 33
Southern Forest Fire Commission, 1943-1944
Box 33
Timber Producers Association, 1938-1955
Box 34
Private Forestry Committee: Society of American Foresters, 1935-1941
Box 34
Weyerhaeuser Company, 1940-1949
Box 35
Forest Activities: State Organizations
Association of State Foresters, 1939-1950
Idaho: Southern Idaho Timber Protective Association, 1944 and 1952
Indiana State Department of Conservation, 1942 and 1951
Massachusetts Forest and Park Association, 1940-1950
New England Forestry Foundation, 1951-1952
New Hampshire: Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests, 1940-1942
New Hampshire State Department of Agriculture, 1940 and 1953-1954
New Jersey Department of Conservation and Development, 1939-1940
New York State Conservation Department, 1944 and 1959
North Carolina Forestry Association, 1940-1944 and 1959
North Carolina State Department of Conservation and Development, 1940-1950
Oregon Forest Fire Association, 1939-1941
Oregon State board of Forestry, 1939-1946
Pennsylvania Department of Forests and Waters, 1940 and 1944
Pennsylvania Forestry Association
South Carolina Forest Service, 1945
Virginia Forest Service, 1939-1941
West Virginia Forest Council
West Virginia State Conservation Commission, 1941-1942
Wisconsin State Conservation Department, 1939-1946
Box 36
Congressional Joint Commission
Congressional Joint Commission: Statements Presented at Hearings, 1940
Congressional Joint Commission: Jewett, G.F., Correspondence, 1938-1940 and 1947
Congressional Joint Commission: Joint Committee Members, 1938-1939
Congressional Joint Commission: Miscellaneous Individuals, Companies, and Organizations, 1938-1940
Box 36
Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers Association, 1943-1959
Box 37
University Departments of Forestry
Arkansas: University of Arkansas, Department of Forestry Correspondence, 1939-1944 and 1959
California: University of California, Division of Forestry Correspondence, 1936-1944
Massachusetts: Harvard University, Harvard Forest Correspondence, 1937-1939
Massachusetts: State College, Department of Forestry Correspondence, 1937-1939
New York: New York State College of Agriculture and Cornell University, Department of Forestry Correspondence, 1936 and 1938
North Carolina: Duke University, School of Forestry Correspondence, 1942-1944
Oregon: Oregon State College, School of Forestry, 1958-1959
Washington: University of Washington, College of Forestry Correspondence, 1937
Yale School of Forestry: NLMA Endowed Chair, 1960-1961
Box 38
American Walnut Manufacturers Association, 1943-1946
Box 38
Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers Association, 1945-1948 and 1954
Box 38
Northeastern Lumber Manufacturers Association, 1941-1945 and 1954
Box 38
Northern Hemlock and Hardwood Manufacturers Association, 1935-1959
Box 38
Southern Hardwood Producers, Inc., 1935-1939
Box 38
Southern Pine Association, 1945
Box 38
West Coast Lumbermen's Association: Forest Practice Handbook, 1937
Box 38
Western Pine Association, 1957
Box 38
"Forest Land Use by Industry in Twelve Western States"
Box 38
"USA v. Western Pine Manufacturers Association and Others," 1923
Box 39
American Paper and Pulp Association, 1953-1958
Box 39
American Pulpwood Association, 1942-1958
Box 39
Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association, 1941-1942
Box 39
Chesapeake Corporation, 1940
Box 39
Pulpwood Industry, 1941
Box 40
Forest Fire Insurance, 1950-1958
Box 40
Forest Fire Prevention, 1943-1959
Box 40
Forest Fires: Tillamook Burn, 1936-1949
Box 40
Forest Genetics, 1955-1961
Box 40
Forest Nurseries, 1943-1953
Box 40
Forest Research, 1953-1960
Box 41
Conservation Organizations Activities, 1954-1956
Box 41
Dutch Elm Disease Control, 1936-1957
Box 41
Flood Control, 1937-1957
Box 41
Forest Fire Fighting: Radio, 1944-1945 and 1954
Box 41
Forest Fire Fighting, 1940-1959
Box 41
Forest Fire Fighting: Priorities on Forest Fire Equipmen, 1941-1944 and 1959
Box 42
Forestry Correspondence
Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous: B, 1944
Miscellaneous: F, 1945-1946 and 1955
Miscellaneous: G, 1947
Miscellaneous: H, 1948-1949
Miscellaneous: K, 1949
Miscellaneous: M, 1949
Box 42
Forest Taxation: Property and Income, circa 1959
Box 42
Gypsy Moth, 1955-1958
Box 42
Insect Damage and Control, 1937-1960
Box 43
Access and Maintenance Roads, 1953-1960
Box 43
Forest Research: Presidential Commission on Increased Industrial Use of Agricultural Products, 1957-1959
Box 43
Forest Taxation, 1915-1958 (chiefly 1940s and later)
Box 43
Forest Taxation: Severance Taxes, 1923 and 1937-1956
Box 44
Forestry on Private Lands in the United States: Study by C.F. Korstian, 1941-1945
Box 45
Committee for Advancement for Forest Research, 1940-1945
Box 46
Magazine Articles
Bodine, L. V.
"What's Ahead in 1953?"Southern Lumbermen Article
"Lumber Outlook for 1953"
Untitled Speeches, 1952
"NLMA, Then, Now, and Tomorrow" 1952
"Who shall Own America's Forest Lands?" 1952
"Lumber Anniversary," 1952
Briggs, Charles V.: Letter to a Congressman
Colgan, R. A.
"Some Important Current Events," 1951
"Lumber's Outlook for 1951"
"Look at Lumber," 1951
"What's Ahead in 1951?"
"Selling Lumber the American Way," 1950
Untitled Speeches, 1950
Glassow, A. J.: Untitled Speeches, 1949
Hanrahan, F. J.: "White House Being Readied for Occupancy," 1952
Hartley, F. A.: "Taft-Hartley Law and the Right to Work Issue," 1955
Hatch, L. A.: "Effective Industrial Research and Development," 1955
Johnson, W. S.: "Speaking of Monopolies," 1952
Kendall, H. T.: "What's Ahead in 1952?"
Knox, P. S.: "Lumber and Housing," 1955
Martin, C. S.: "Our Modern Economy Makes Possible...," 1949
Nelson, A. Z.
"Timber Investments," 1952
"Lumber and Wood Products," 1952
NLMA
"Woodmen from the Ground Up," 1950
"Liberty Speaks," 1952
"Modern Schools of Wood Can be Built TODAY," circa 1952
"Research at the Timber Engineering Company Labs"
Untitled Speeches, 1951
Richardson, R.: "Sustained Yield Forest Management as Practices Around the U.S.," 1952
Seaman, H. M.: "Timber Supply Situation in the South," 1949
Sheppard, C. C.: "Report to Board of Directors of Manufacturers," 1930
Taft, R. A.: Remarks, 1949
Veach, J. B.
"Lumber Outlook for 1953"
"Untitled Speeches, 1952"
"Lumber Outlook for 1952"
"Watchwords for 1952"
Wagner, C.
"Lumber's Outlook for 1952"
"Forecast for Lumber 1952"
Loose Booklets
"Better Homes are Built of Wood," 1958
"Better Building," 1917
"The Best Way to Achieve Low-Cost Housing is to Build Low-Cost Homes," 1939
"Big News About Lumber This Fall," 1918
"Forest Practice Notes," July 1936
Box 47
Access and Maintenance Roads, 1942-1952
Box 48
Text Books: Schrader, O. Harry, Jr., Dealer Training Course, 1946-1948
Box 49
National Retail Lumber Dealers Association: 30-Day Training Course
Use of NLMA Publications, 1947-1955
University of Illinois, 1946-1948
Ohio State University, 1947
General, 1946-1949
Box 50
Standardization, 1913-1922
Box 50
Manufacturers Standardization Committee Meeting, April 1927
Box 50
Standardization Committee of NLMA, 1940-1941
Box 51
Manufacturers Standardization Committee Meeting, February 24, 1925
Box 51
Standardization: Hardwood and Conference, February-April 1924
Box 51
Standardization: Conference, December 1923
Box 51
Standardization: Meeting, July 1922
Box 51
Standardization: Developments During 1922
Box 51
Standardization of Lumber Sizes and Grades, 1920
Box 51
Manufacturers Standardization Commission Meeting, 1928
Box 52
Greenman, Judd, 1954-1957
Box 52
Griffith, Luther O., 1953-1954
Box 52
Fleishel, M. L., President of Putman Lumber Company, Florida, 1940-1944 and 1954
Box 52
Gerlinger, George T., 1945-1948
Box 52
Glassow, A. J., 1944-1949 and 1958
Box 52
United States Department of Commerce: Simplified Practice Recommendation, 1935-1938 and 1960
Box 52
United States Department of Commerce: Simplified Practice Recommendation (R16-29) Lumber, Revision 1938, 1932-1938
Box 52
Manufacturers Standardization Commission: Simplified Practice Recommendation (R16-29) Lumber, Revision 1938, Approval by Associations, 1937-1939
Box 52
United States Federal Loan Agency: Federal Housing Administration - Minimum Construction Requirements, Grade Marking Requirements, 1937-1940
Box 53
United States Department of Commerce: Bureau of Standards, Division of Trade Standards, 1935-1947
Box 53
NRLD: 30-Day Training Course, General, 1947-1951
Box 53
Articles and Addresses
Fleishel, M. L.: "Statement of Behalf of Lumber and Timber Products," 1941
French, C. R.: "History of Lumber Industry in the U.S.,"Encyclopedia Americana
French, G. E. and Upson, A. T.: "How to Select Your Lumber," 1931
French, C. R.: "Telling Americans About Their Trees," 1945
French, C. R.: "There Will be Trees for Tomorrow," 1943
French, G. E.: "Universal Appeal of Wood," 1928
Addresses by G. M. Fuller, 1949
Box 54
United States Department of Agriculture - Forest Service, 1933-1950
Box 55
Hoover Commission Investigations: Natural Resources Project, 1948-1950
Box 55
United States Department of Agriculture - Forest Service
Timber Products War Project, 1943-1945
Forest Service Transfer, 1937-1942
Forest Service Experiment Stations, 1935-1947
Box 55
United States Department of Agriculture: Northeastern Timber Salvage Administration, 1939-1945
Box 56
Forestry Legislation - States
California, 1940-1954
Maine, 1941-1945
Maryland, 1943-1944
Massachusetts, 1941-1945
Michigan, 1941-1945
Mississippi, 1940-1955
Missouri, 1947
Montana, 1941-1946
New Hampshire, 1940-1943
New York, 1944-1946
North Carolina, 1943-1945
Box 57
Forestry Legislation - States
Virginia, 1940-1946
Washington, 1941-1954
West Virginia, 1942-1947
Wisconsin, 1941-1945
Ohio, 1939
Oregon, 1940-1954
Pennsylvania, 1940-1945
South Carolina, 1940-1955
South Dakota, 1942
Vermont, 1943-1945
Box 58
Forestry Legislation - States
Alabama, 1941-1945
Arkansas, 1943-1945
Colorado, 1941
Florida, 1941-1944
Idaho, 1942-1945
Indiana, 1943
Kentucky, 1943-1957
Louisiana, 1944-1954
States in General, 1926-1955
Box 59
Forestry Omnibus Bill, 1941-1946
Box 59
Empire State Forest Products Association, 1936-1945
Box 59
Chamber of Commerce of the United States: Natural Resources Production Department, 1923-1955
Box 60
Forest Conservation Commission of NLMA: Forest Conservation Policy
Box 60
Forest Conservation Commission of NLMA: Forest Policy Subcommittee, 1942-1946
Box 60
Forestry Omnibus Bills: Hook Bill (#6221), 1946
Box 60
Valley Authority, 1945-1955
Box 61
Forest Regulations, 1935-1949
Box 62
United States Senate Committee Prints on Water Resources Activities in the United States, 1959-1960
Box 62
1960 Speech by Senator RS Kerr in New York
Box 62
Forest Land Acquisition, 1935-1953
Box 63
Forest Conservation Commission of NLMA: G. F. Jewett, Chairman, 1938-1947
Box 63
Forest Cooperatives (Includes Forest Farmers), 1936-1953
Box 63
Summary of Proceedings of 5th Biennial Wilderness Conference, 1957
Box 64
Forest Service Appropriations, 1941
Box 64
Clarke-McNary Act: Amendment, 1939-1946
Box 64
Forest Regulation: Ward Shepard's Proposed Act, 1935-1940
Box 65
National Forest Conservation Conference, 1935-1937
Box 66
Forest Land Acquisition: Aztec Land and Cattle Co., 1953-1956
Box 66
Forest Land Acquisition: Klamath Indian Reservation, 1958
Box 67
National Forest Conservation Conference, 1934-1936
Box 68
Forest Service Appropriations, 1937-1950
Box 69
Forest Industries' Conference: Minutes, 1939-1943
Box 69
National Forest Conservation Conference, 1933-1934
Box 70
Valley Authority (Water Resources): Hearings before the United States Senate, 1959
Box 70
Forest Law: History of Forest Legislation, 1931-1959
Box 70
Forest Service Appropriations, 1942-1943
Box 71
Timber Conservation Board
Complete Set of Reports of Special Advisory Commission to the Timber Conservation Board and Report of Timber Conservation Board, 1931-1932
Project I: Economic Situation of Forest and Timber Industries, Including Present and Prospective Timber Supply and Need, 1932-1933
Project II: Privately owned Timber, Logging, Manufacturing Plants and Distributing Facilities, 1932
Project III: Publicly Owned Timber, 1931
Project IV: Economy, Stabilization and Diversification Possible through Centralized Operations, 1931
Project V: Distribution and Marketing Methods
Project VI: Federal and State Laws and Policies in Relation to Timber Conservation
Statements Presented before the Timber Conservation Board, 1931
Report of the Timber Conservation Board, 1932
Box 72
Surveys: Douglas Fir Lumber Industry, 1927 and 1950
Box 72
Lumber Industry Survey Plan: White & Parton, Inc., 1929
Box 72
Lumber Industry Survey Plan: F. V. Dunham, 1929
Box 72
Lumber Industry Survey Plan, 1939
Box 72
Surveys: Correspondence, 1927-1950
Box 73
Lumber Industry Survey Plan: Gregg and Company, 1929
Box 73
Surveys: Pamphlets, Clippings, Etc., 1944-1947
Box 74
Department of Commerce: National Commission on Wood Utilization, 1924-1933
Box 74
Department of Commerce: Office of Industry Cooperation, 1948-1949
Box 75
Committee of 15, 1928-1929
Box 75
National Lumber Manufacturers Credit Corporation, 1916-1933
Box 76
NLMA Hardwood Division: Dr. Compton's File on Formation, 1935-1937
Box 76
NLMA Action Program, 1950
Box 77
Soil Bank, 1957-1960
Box 77
TVA, 1958
Box 77
California Conservation Council, 1940-1947
Box 77
California Forest Protective Association, 1940-1956
Box 77
California Redwood Association, 1935-1960
Box 77
Timber Conservation Board
Project VIa: Subcommittee on Taxation, 1931-1932
Project VIb: Other Legislation Necessary
Project VIIa: Possible Scope, Method and Form of Continuing Public and Private Cooperation for Timber Conservation, Stabilization of Industry and Security of Employment
Project VIIb: Possible Means of Promoting Economical Perpetuation of Forests and Forest Industries Through Sustained Yield Forest Management and Otherwise, 1931-1932
Box 78
Congressional Joint Committee, 1938-1941
Box 78
Forest Conservation Commission: NLMA, 1939-1941
Box 78
United States Government: Forest Service, Department of Commerce, Miscellaneous Agencies, 1938-1940 and 1961
Box 78
White Pine Blister Rust Control Legislation, 1937-1954
Box 78-a
Surplus War Materials, 1944-1947
Box 78-a
"The Use of Prisoners of War in Logging, Pulpwood, and Lumber Industries," Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Box 78-a
Proceedings: Lumber and Timber Products War Commission, 1943
Box 78-a
War Manpower Commission, 1942-1944
Box 78-a
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission: Manpower Commission, 1942-1950
Box 78-a
Industry Manual of Manpower Utilization Case Histories, circa 1944
Box 78-a
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission: Manpower - 48 Hour Week, 1943
Box 78-a
Lumber Limitation Order L-121 WPB Upson; Forms Lumber Industry Advisory Committee; L-335, 1942-1944
Box 78-a
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission: Manpower Legislation, 1945
Box 78-a
Information About the Government's Wage-Price Policy, 1946
Box 78-a
"Lumber for Farmers," 1943
Box 79
Wilson Compton's Statement to T. C. Board, June 1931
Box 79
War Profits Legislation, 1940-1942
Box 79
Reconversion in Lumber: Correspondence, 1945-1947
Box 79
Office of Price Administration: Statements, Releases, Articles Regarding Extension of Emergency Price Control Act, 1946
Box 80
National Defense: Federal Reserve Board Credit Controls, 1950
Box 80
Defense Production Act, 1950-1951
Box 80
The Forest Situation in the U. S. by the Forest Service, USDA, 1932
Box 81
National Defense
Small Business, 1950-1952
Substitution of Wood for other Materials, 1951-1952
Lumber Procurement and Requirements, 1950
Manpower Mobilization, 1950
Lumber Industry Cooperation, 1950
Industry Advisory Committees, 1950
Lumber Industry Suggestions, 1950
NLMA Defense Letters, 1950
Box 82
Forest Credits, 1935-1958
Box 82
Farm Bill, 1962
Box 82
Forest Surveys, 1945-1959
Box 83
Klamath Indian Reservation, 1958
Box 83
Klamath Indian Termination Act, 1957-1958
Box 83
Western Timber Industry, 1962-1963
Box 83
Forest Fire Prevention Legislation, 1938-1957
Box 84
Department of Interior: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953-1959
Box 84
Klamath Indian Reservation, 1958-1960
Box 84
Klamath, 1958-1959
Box 85
Reconversion in Lumber: Statements, Releases, Articles, Etc., 1945-1946
Box 85
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission: War Manpower Commission, 1943-1944
Box 85
Southern Hardwood Producers, Inc.: Industry War Commission, 1944-1945
Box 85
Post-War Plans for Production, 1944
Box 85
F.P.S. Plan, Loveridge Supplemental Testimony
Box 85
F.P.S. New Plan ND-17, 1943
Box 85
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission: Manpower Commission, 1943-1945
Box 86
National Defense
Department of Commerce: National Production Authority Regulation 1, Inventory Control, 1950
Department of Commerce: National Production Authority Regulation 2, Priorities, 1950
Economic Stabilization Agency: Price Controls, Southern Hardwood, 1951-1952
Economic Stabilization Agency: Southern Pine Price Controls, 1952
Economic Stabilization Agency: Softwood Plywood Price Controls, 1952
Economic Stabilization Agency: Stumpage Price Controls, 1951-1952
Economic Stabilization Agency: Western Pacific Logs and Lumber Price Controls, 1952
Economic Stabilization Agency: Western Pine Price Controls, 1951-1952
Economic Stabilization Agency: Law Enacted for War and Emergency Periods, 1950
Economic Stabilization Agency: Price Control, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1950-1953
Economic Stabilization Agency: Appalachian Hardwood Price Controls, 1951-1952
Economic Stabilization Agency: Hardwood Dimension Price Controls, 1951
Economic Stabilization Agency: Hardwood Flooring Ind. Price Controls, 1951
Economic Stabilization Agency: Northeastern White Pine Price Controls, 1952
Economic Stabilization Agency: Oak Flooring Ind. Price Controls, 1951
Box 86
Loose Papers on Forest Legislation Pending, 1959-1960
Box 86
Klamath River Basin Compact, 1957-1958
Box 86
Forest Legislation Pending, 1925-1959
Box 87
Timber Production War Project Handbook, 1943
Box 87
National Defense: E.S.A. - Price Control: Miscellaneous Releases, Pamphlets, 1951-1952
Box 87
National Defense: E.S.A. - Wage Control, 1950
Box 88
Forest Taxation, 1950-1958
Most of the Bills and papers not obviously related to taxation.
Box 88
Forest Taxation, 1943-1960
Box 88
Recreational Parks: Public Lands, 1959
Box 88
Rights of Way, 1961
Box 88
Public Lands, 1954-1959
Box 88
Power and Light Utilities, 1953-1959
Box 89
White House Conference on Conservation, May 1962
Box 89
American Forests, 1961-1962
Box 90
Conservation Organization, 1955-1962
Box 90
Air in the News, June to September 1963
Box 90
Clippings from Newspapers, Etc., 1962-1964
Box 90
"Old House Borer," 1962
Box 90
Natural Resource Revenue Study: Senate Interior Commission, 1962
Box 90
Draft of Answer to Secretary of Agriculture, 1962
Box 90
Taylor Grazing Lands Transfer to National Parks, 1962
Box 90
Timber Access Roads (Right of Way Legislation), 1963
Box 90
Weeks Act (1911), 1952-1955
Box 90
Upstream Resources: The Lumber Industry and Stream Pollution Bibliography, 1960
Box 91
Hearings: Joint Congressional Commission on Forestry, 1939-1940
Box 91
Joint Congressional Hearings, 1938-1947
Box 92
Mr. Nelson: Reading File, March to December 1954
Box 92
Redwood Region Conservation Council, 1959-1963
Box 92
Save the Redwoods League: Newspaper Article, 1964
Box 92
Redwood Region Conservation Council, 1943-1958
Box 92
Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission, 1955-1960
Box 92
Timber Resources Review, 1954
Box 92
Recreation: ORRRC PL 85-470, 1959-1964
Box 93
Controlled Materials Plan, 1942-1944
Box 93
War Production Board Material, 1945
Box 93
War Production Board Bulletins, 1943-1945
Box 93
Reference Book: Statistics, Manpower, Priorities, Timber, OPA Maximum Prices, Production, Wage Freezing Regulation, 1942-1943
Box 93
Civilian Production Administration, 1946
Box 93
General Plan for a Forest Products Service, 1942
Box 93
Statements: C. C. Sheppard, E. R. Linn, Facts, Manpower, Priorities, Field, 1943
Box 94
Columbia River Development Corporation (S. 3114), 1958-1960
Box 94
Bureau of Land Management PL 86-649, 1957-1960
Box 94
Committee on Natural Resources and Conservation Commission on Intergovernmental Relations: Questionnaire and Report, 1954
Box 94
Union Restriction on Lumber, 1928-1931
Box 94
Statistical Programs and Plans, 1924
Box 94
Trade Association, 1922-1925
Box 94
Trade Associations: Replies to Letter to Davis, 1924
Box 95
Report on National Forest Timber Resource Operation for Fiscal Year 1963
Box 95
Report on National Forest Timber Resource Operation for Fiscal Years 1964 and 1965
Box 95
Olympic National Park, 1947-1957
Box 95
Hope Bill, 1948
Box 95
Farm Bill, 1961
Box 95
Cooperative Forest Management, 1949-1960
Box 96
Bill to Provide for an Annual Report on the Administration of Certain Public Lands (S. 3518)
Box 96
Forest Restoration Bill, 1939-1941
Box 96
Forest Legislation Pending, 1955-1958
Box 96
Forest Programs, 1934-1959
Box 96
Hells Canyon, 1956-1958
Box 96
Insecticides, 1957-1958
Box 96
Grazing Lands, 1953-1954
Box 97
Chronological Files: R. D. Hodges, 1957-1960
Box 98
Reading Files, 1955
Box 98
Chronological Files: R. D. Hodges, January to June 1959
Box 
Sierra Club: Bulletins, 1960-1964
Box 99
FPS Plan
Memo of Understanding
ND-61: President's Action, February 27, 1943
ND 237: Reprint of Senate Discussion, December 19, 1942
Statement: Government Control of Local Forest Enterprise
Objections to Plan
Copy of Plan, July 10, 1942
ND 228: Letter to President, Etc., December 12, 1942
Box 99
Defense Regulations, 1951-1952
Box 100
National Defense
Civil Defense: Handbooks, Congressional Records, 1950-1956
Department of Agriculture - Forest Service, 1950
Department of Army, 1950
Defense Transport Administration
Forest Participation in War Mobilization, 1950-1951
Priorities: Controlled Materials Plan, 1951-1953
Department of Commerce: National Production Authority - Replacement Parts for Caterpillar Tractors, 1951
Department of Defense, 1950
Department of Interior, 1950
Economic Stabilization Agency: General, 1951-1953
Department of Commerce: National Production Authority - Regulation 2 Priorities, 1951
Box 100
Northern Hemlock and Hardwood Manufacturers, 1952
Box 101
Government Contracts: Contract Termination, 1942-1944
Box 101
Forest Products Service: 1942-1943
Box 101
FPS Plan: Regional Association Releases and Newspaper Articles, Etc., 1942-1943
Box 101
Forest Products Service Plan: Alternate, 1943
Box 101
Allocations and Price Controls, 1948-1950
Box 101
Civilian Production Administration, 1946-1947
Box 102
Government Contracts: Renegotiation
Exemption of Timber: Correspondence, 1942-1944
Exemption of Standard Commercial Articles, 1944-1953
Exemption of Timber: Statements, Releases, Etc., 1942-1955
Miscellaneous Statements and Releases, 1942-1959
Box 103
Public Land Withdrawals, 1956-1963
Box 103
Land Inventory, 1950-1955
Box 103
Loans on Forest Property, 1952-1954
Box 103
Office of Price Administration: NLMA Statements, 1945-1946
Box 103
Reconversion in Lumber: Questionnaire on Production - Problems, 1945-1946
Box 103
Industrial Mobilization Plan, 1936-1945
Box 103
Office of Price Administration: General, 1946 and 1959
Box 104
Mining Laws, 1951-1958
Box 104
Forestry Problems, 1953-1957
Box 104
Military Acquisitions, 1955-1958
Box 105
National Defense: Stand-by Controls, 1953-1957
Box 105
National Forest Recreational Value, 1949-1962
Box 105
National Farm Woodlot Conference, 1953
Box 106
Credit Corporation
Official, 1926-1928
Miscellaneous Financial, 1929
West Coast Criticism, 1929
Tax Case, 1925-1918
Meetings, January 1932
HMI, 1931
NHLA
Box 106
Inter-Insurance Exchange, 1927-1928
Box 107
BB Weekly Reports, 1931-1933
Box 107
Inter-Insurance Exchange, 1926-1927
Box 107
Credit Corporation
Accompanying Monthly Report, 1924-1928
Reports, 1931-1932
General, 1919-1932 and 1937
NLMA, 1931-1932
Bonding, Notes, Loans: Biederman, 1929
Box 108
Inter-Insurance Exchange, 1924-1933
Box 108
Federal Trade Commission Letters, 1914-1917
Box 108
Anti-Trust Laws: Emergency Plans and Legislation for Lumber Industry, 1932
Box 109
Inter-Insurance Exchange, 1918-1930
Box 110
Federal Trade Commission Letters, 1915-1919
Box 110
Trade Association Conference, February 1924
Box 110
Loose Materials
Includes 1920 LaBelle Iron Works Supreme Court Decision, 1922-1923 monthly production schedule, 1918 average prices (USDA investigations), 1926 speech by W. L. Churchill in New York.
Box 110
Canadian Lumbermen's Association, 1927-1928
Box 110
Federal Trade Commission Letters, 1919
Box 110
Freight Deduction Close Taxable Year, 1927
Box 110
Trade Associations - Hoover vs. Daugherty Correspondence, 1922-1924
Box 110
Trade Association Activities: Supreme Court Decisions, 1921-1927
Box 111
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Bidding Lists, 1940
Bids, 1940-1941
Box Lumber Requirements, 1942
Availability of Lumber, 1943-1945
Advisory Commission: Traffic,1942
Advisory Commission: WPB, 1941-1943
Anti-Trust Laws, 1941-1943
Appalachian - Bonner, 1944-1945
Appointments - Association, 1944
Army and Navy "E" Awards, 1943-1945
Index to File, 1947
Proceedings, Chicago, Illinois, 1943
Advisory Commission: OPA, 1943-1945
Advisory Commission: OPM, 1941-1944
Box 112
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Labor Supply, 1942-1945
Lend Lease: Lumber, 1945
Insurance: Bill, 1943
Insurance: War, 1942
"L" Orders, 1943-1945
Labor, 1941-1943
Box 113
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
May, Ben Correspondence, 1942
Mead Commission, 1945
Lumber Ind. Capacity, 1934-1942
Lumber Advisors: WPB, 1943-1945
Lumber Control: L335, 1944-1945
Limitation Order L121, 1942
Limitation Order L121: Correspondence, 1942
Log and Lumber Policy Commission, 1943
Logs and Bolts: Price Regulations MPR 348, 1943
Limitations Orders, 1943-1945
Box 114
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Minutes, 1940-1943
Membership Lists, 1943-1945
Membership Recommendations, 1940-1945
Box 115
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Organization War Commission, 1940
Personnel: General, 1940
Personnel: OPA, 1942-1945
Organization War Commission, 1940
Organization War Commission, 1941
OPA, 1943-1945
OPA: Interpretations, 1942-1944
Organization, 1942-1943
Nelson, 1942
Northeastern Log Production, 1943
ODT, 1945
Box 116
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Defense Housing, 1941-1944
Contract Awards, 1940-1941
Defense: Canada, 1940-1942
Defense Committee, 1941-1945
Censorship, 1942-1943
Central Procurement Agency, 1944
Charts, Maps, Etc., 1942
Children's Bureau, 1943
Commendations, 1943-1945
Commissions in Armed Services, 1942
Complaints, 1943-1945
Construction, 1940-1945
Box 117
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Industry Advisory Commission, 1942-1945
Incentive Program, 1945
Foley Commission: Coordination Materials, 1943-1945
Food Rationing, 1943-1944
Forestry, 1944
Freeze Orders, 1943
Furniture, 1944
General Maximum Price Regulation, 1942-1943
Grading and Inspection, 1940-1941
Hardwood: General, 1936-1944
Defense Housing, 1941-1942
Diary, 1943
Disease Control, 1943
Distribution Commission: Wholesalers, 1943
Distribution Methods and Cost, 1944
Emergency Financing, 1942
Employment, 1943-1944
European Timber Mission, 1945
Export Control, 1941
Federal Trade Commission, 1944
Box 118
U. S. Forest Service: Publications and Propaganda, 1953-1957
Box 118
U. S. Forest Service: Appeals, Intermountain Lumber Co.: Tree Farmers, Inc., 1957
Box 118
U. S. Forest Service: General, 1953-1958
Box 118
Federal Registers, Other Printed Material, 1956-1958
Box 118
Department of Agriculture: Regulations, Delegations, Etc., 1951-1957
Box 118
Department of Interior: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1953-1957
Box 118
National Forest Conservation Program, 1946
Box 118
24a Roads: Biennial Extension, Fallon Bill (H.R. 10495), 1959-1960
Box 118
Recreation: National Forests, McIntire (H.R. 7200), 1959
Box 118
Recreation at Federal Dams, Miller (H.R. 7217), 1959
Box 118
Recreation: Evaluation of Benefits, Sikes (H.R. 6198, S. 159), 1954-1960
Box 118
Recreation: Bureau of Land Management, Acreage Limitation (S. 1436, H.R. 5412), 1959
Box 118
Public Land Laws: Study of Rhodes and Goldwater (H.R. Res 492), 1959
Box 118
Research: Abernethy Bill (H.R. 8639, H.R. 8640, S. 690), 1959-1960
Box 119
Timber Sales Contracts: State, 1955-1957
Box 119
Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission, 1959
Box 119
National Forest Recreation Commission, 1955-1959
Box 119
National Wilderness Preservation Act (Proposed), 1956-1957
Box 119
Coordination Act (Duck Stamp Act), 1957
Box 119
Olympic National Park Act, 1953-1957
Box 119
Releases Concerning the Department of Agriculture: Timber Appraisal Report
Box 119
Excess Copies of "Your Profile" Sent to All FACTS Chairmen and Members
Box 119
Leftover Letters Sent to All members of TPIC: Dale Moore letter Enclosed, 1963
Box 119
Leftover Letters Received from Dale Moore, Chairman, Missoula, 1963
Box 119
Letters of J. Jelbert to Mr. Ahonen and Mr. J. Sheridan, 1963
Box 119
Leftover Letters Sent to All FACTS Chairmen Concerning Pictures, 1963
Box 119
Letters Sent to All FACTS Commission Chairmen: "Economic Importance...," 1963
Box 119
Leftover Letters Sent to All FACTS and TPIC Chairmen and Members, 1963
Box 119
Letters Sent to TPIC members, 1963
Box 119
Editorial on Shortening of FACTS
Box 119
Printed FACTS Literature, 1963
Box 119
NLMA Spokesman Urges Trade Groups to Tackle Controversial Issues
Box 119
S. MacCarthy Material
Includes USDA memo to Forest Service and booklets from USDA and other divisions.
Box 119
Wilderness Material, 1962
Box 119
Timber Set-Asides, 1959
Box 120
Oregon and California (O & C) Lands, 1951-1960
Box 120
Commission on Forest Management and the Forest Advisory Commission, 1960
Box 120
NLMA-United States Forest Service Meeting on Right-of-Way Legislation, 1960
Box 121
Timber Sales of the Bureau of Land Management and United States Forest Service in Oregon and Washington, 1947-1951
Box 121
Sustained Yield Units from Forest Service Manual, 1955
Box 121
Booklets, 1943-1960
Includes "Effect of Section 117k of the Internal Revenue Code on Private Forestry" (1952) and other booklets concerning tax and timber (1943, 1954, 1960).
Box 121
A Long-Term Forest Management Contract, February 1955
Box 121
ABA Administration Law Sec (United States Forest Service sub Commission), 1956-1959
Box 121
Candidates for Economic Position, 1957-1958
Box 121
Economist's Replies to MBD's letter, 1959
Box 121
Economic Consultants, 1959
Box 122
Department of the Interior: Bureau of Land Management, 1950-1957
Box 122
Hodges: Meetings, 1954-1961
Box 122
Hodges, 1953-1961
Box 122
Hodges: Miscellaneous Material on Legislation, 1955-1958
Box 123
Department of the Interior, 1954
Box 123
Government Accounting Office, 1956-1960
Box 123
Sustained Yield, 1934-1958
Box 123
Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act, 1952-1956
Box 124
214 F-15 Forestry Abstracts, 1902-1912
Box 124
Sustained Yield Units, 1957-1959
Box 124
National Defense
United States Department of Commerce: National Production Authority General, 1950
Miscellaneous Releases, 1950
Defense Mobilization Board, 1950-1954
Production: Defense Housing, 1950
Box 125
National Defense
Materials Policy Commission Reports, 1951-1952
National Security Resources Board, 1950
Mutual Security Agency, 1952-1955
Box 126
National Defense
Munitions Board, 1950
Navy Department, 1950
Military and Defense Construction, 1951-1957
Office of Defense Mobilization, 1952-1959
Scrap Drive, 1951
Selective Service and Reserves, 1950-1955
Box 127
National Defense
Lumber Procurement and Requirements, 1950
Materials Policy Commission, 1951-1953
Box 128
George M. Fuller
Addresses, 1946-1948
Speeches, 1950-1951
Hearings: United States Senate Address, 1946
Box 128
Credit Corporation
Monthly Reports, 1925-1933
Committee, 1924-1928
Untitled, 1931
Credit Corporation, 1930
Miscellaneous, May 1929 and later
Box 129
Miscellaneous, 1929-1930
Box 129
United States Forest Service Timber Sales Contracts, 1952-1958
Box 130
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Procurement Procedure, 1940-1941
Property Seizure, 1941
Procurement Procedure, 1940-1943
Priorities, 1941-1942
Prices, 1940-1943
Box 131
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission: Price Controls
Ceiling Prices, 1941-1942
Amendments, 1945
Ceiling Prices, 1941-1944
General, 1941-1944
Box 132
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Rationing: General, 1943-1945
Priorities, 1941-1942
Priorities, 1941-1945
Primary Forest Products Branch: OPA, 194
Personnel: OPM Organization, Etc., 1940-1942
Personnel: WPB, 1940-1943
Post-War, 1943-1945
Madawaska, 1942-1943
Mailing Lists, 1940-1945
Material for Vinson Statement, 1945
Box 133
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Price Control: Wholesale Discounts, 1918
Price Schedule Distribution, 1943-1945
Price Control: Legislation, 1941-1942
Price Control: General, 1943-1944
Procurement Policy, 1940-1943
Priorities Regulations, 1942-1945
Box 134
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
M: Orders, 1942-1944
Lumber Purchasing Policy, 1940-1943
Lumber Performance, 1940-1943
Lumber Requirements, 1940-1944
Lumber Situation, 1942-1945
Lumber Supply, 1942-1945
Lumber Used, 1945
Lumber Limitation, 1942-1943
Box 135
Credit Corporation
Correspondence: Mr. Hines, 1929
Correspondence: A. C. Dixon, 1929
By-Laws, Etc.: CC Commission - Directors, 1925-1928
Instructions, 1923-1928
Minutes of Meetings, 1923 and later
Credit Corporation, 1933
Other Financial: Loans, Rates, Etc, 1923-1928
Monthly Reports, 1924-1928
Letters Regarding Monthly Reports: Instructions, 1924-1928
By-Laws
1931 Financial Report
Report of Accounts of Credit Corporation, 1925 and 1928-1930
Box 136
Tate, Indiana: Correspondence, 1935-1946
Box 136
Articles and Addresses
Turner, Robert, "Cootie, Axis Agent, Meets Fate in Plywood Delousing Chamber," 1944
Uhl, Harry G., "Hardwood Research Develops New Improvement for Furniture Manufacturers"
Uhl, Harry G., "Research and Engineering Build Wood Markets," 1947
Uhl, Harry G., "Road Back - Lumber Industry Cannot Regain Prosperity by Producing Less - Only by Selling More," 1934
Uhl, Harry G., Report to Board of Directors, 1945
Upson, A. T., "American Lumber Standards - What They Are and Their Present Standing in the Trade," 1925
Upson, A. T., "Battle of the Thirty-Second - Its Influence on the Lumber Purchaser," 1925
Upson, A. T., "Choosing and Specifying Lumber," 1928
Upson, A. T., "City Homes on Acre Plots," 1930
Upson, A. T., "Current Lumber Promotion Activities of AFPI, Ind. and NLMA Which, If Not Continued, Will Cause A Decrease in the Quantity of Lumber, Shingles, Millwork and Timber Sold," 1935
Upson, A. T., "Engineering Research - Its Progress, Expected Results, and Some Future Needs," 1929
Upson, A. T., "Facilities of Timber Engineering Company and Modern Connectors for Timber Construction," 1933
Upson, A. T., "How Lumber is Graded - Protection Afforded Buyers by American Lumber Standards," 1929
Upson, A. T., "Just a Year, Not a Century, of Progress in Organized Lumber Promotion," 1934
Upson, A. T., "Lumber and the War Production Board," 1942
Upson, A. T., "Lumber Purchase and Use Specifications," 1929
Upson, A. T., "Meaning and Progress of the American Lumber Standards," 1925
Upson, A. T., "Report on General Lumber Industry Services and Lumber Market Protection and Promotion Work of the NLMA, AFPI, Inc.," 1935
Upson, A. T., "Shall Our Short Lumber be Used or Thrown Away," 1926
Upson, A. T., "What We Have Learned About Short Lengths," 1926
Virnelson, M. H., "Changing Styles in Residence Building," 1926
George C. Wathen, "Small Homes - The Electrical Industry's New 'Package'," 1937
George C. Wathen, "Let's Make It a Thousand," 1937
J. W. Watzek, Address at NLMA Annual Meeting, April 1936
Frank G. Wisner, "Lumber Finds Widening Markets," 1926
John B. Woods, "Lumber Industry Stands Ready to Present Definite Program to Forestry Committee," 1938
J. B. Woods, "National Problem of Forest Ownership," 1935
J. B. Woods, "Report on Industry Progress," 1937
J. B. Woods, "Why Forest Fires?" 1939
J. B. Woods, "Woods Says Forester's Report is 'Studded With Half Truths'," 1938
J. B. Woods, "Timber Supply of the US With Reference to Species Characteristics and Utilization," 1938
Box 136
Veach John B.: Correspondence, 1952-1957
Box 136
Wagner, Corydon: Correspondence, 1936-1954
Box 136
National Lumber Handbook: Various Issues, 1924-1928
Box 137
C. Collins: Articles, 1944
Box 137
R. A. Colgan: Articles, Etc., 1950-1951
Box 137
Collingwood, 1940-1945
Box 137
Gloss, 1947-1953
Box 137
Griffee, 1931
Box 137
A. G. Hall: Address, 1953
Box 137
Hanrahan, 1945-1954
Box 137
Ingram: Correspondence and News Releases, 1959
Box 137
Horner, 1935
Box 137
H. Hoover
Box 137
Horner, 1929 and 1935
Box 137
Ivey, 1930
Box 137
C. S. Keith, 1918
Box 137
L. P. Keith, 1940-1944
Box 137
L. D. Kellogg, 1955-1959
Box 137
R. S. Kellogg, 1915
Box 137
Kendall: Articles about Him After Death, 1952
Box 137
R. A. Colgan, 1948
Box 138
National Lumber Handbook
Series I, #1-5
Series II, #1-2
Series III, #1
Series IV, #1
1923-1930
Box 138
NLMA Action Program, 1950
Box 138
NLMA Archives: Organizational Charts, 1937-1945 and undated
Box 138
NLMA Archives: Miscellaneous Historical Information, 1904-1934 and undated
Box 138
NLMA Organization and Activities, 1940
Box 138
NLMA Recommendations, Proposed Revisions
Box 138
National Lumber News, 1946
Box 138
National Lumber News, 1927-1929
Box 138
NLMA Newsletter, 1918
Box 138
National Lumber Promotion With Federal Departments, 1931
Box 138
National Small Homes Demonstration, 1940
Box 138
National Wood Promotion Program News Bulletin, 1959
Box 138
Nation's Building Codes Govern the Sale of Lumber, 1945
Box 138
New Homes from Old Houses, 1928
Box 138
Newspaper Advertisements for Lumber Merchants, 1940
Box 138
Notable Quotes
Box 138
Official Lumber Manufacturers Association: Grade Marks, 1941
Box 138
One Hundred Lumber Consultants at Your Service, 1928
Box 139
One Truth About Sheathing, 1939
Box 139
Open Letter from the American Lumber Industry, 1953
1. How Important is My Job?
2. One Dozen American Lumber Industry Facts
3. Story of Ten Little Free Workers
4. Value of the American System
5. Hidden Taxes: How Much Do You Really Pay?
6. Lumber Stands Ready
7. Congressional Scoreboard
8. Ten Pillars of Wisdom
9. Lesson in Socialism
10. Words to Live By
11. Government Competition
12. Communist Idea
13. Talk About Spending
14. Our 1953 Federal Budget - How Much is $85.4 Billion?
Box 139
Opportunities Unlimited, 1959
Box 139
Our Abundant Forests, 1947
Box 139
Our American Forests, 1925
Box 139
Outline of the Most Effective Advertising Campaign, 1938
Box 139
Own Your Home Campaign Handbook, 1919
Box 139
Chronological Summary of Important Dates in the Development of Federal Forest Land Policy (1609-1936)
Box 139
Memorial of the National Lumber Convention (1897)
Box 139
Century of Progress, 1934
Box 139
Charting the American Lumber Industry, 1937
Box 139
Charting the Lumber Industry, 1936
Box 139
Charting Lumber Exports and Imports, 1936
Box 139
Check List: Modernizing, 1933
Box 139
Code of Fair Competition for the Lumber Industry, 1933
Box 139
Commemorative Stamps Project, 1957
Box 139
Comparative Costs: School Buildings, 1954
Box 140
Articles and Addresses
R. G. Kimbell
"Puzzle of the Manufactured House," 1936
"Requirements of a Modern Model Building Code," 1929
"Status of Wood Products in 'These' Emergencies," 1939
"What Did We Do With the Money?" 1938
"What New Building Materials Mean to the Retail Lumber Dealers," 1945
R. G. Kimbell, "Whither Our Markets," 1937
R. G. Kimbell, "Window Dressing in Residence Merchandising," 1936
J. H. Kirby, "Purposes and Scope of the National Lumber Manufacturers Association in Relation to the General Public," 1920
George Kitazawa, 1946-1950
T. M. Knappen
1934-1936
"Boarded House," 1936
"Age-Old Romance of Wood"
"Wood Miracles Mean New Industrial and Economic Age," 1936
"Wood - A New Raw Material," 1936
"Whirlpool of Economics and Politics at Washington," 1933
"War of Wood and Its Substitutes," 1926
"Timber - The Indispensable Material of Civilization," 1933
"Romantic Forest Industries Face Enigmatic Future," 1936
"Re-forestation Can Keep Supply of Trees Above Demand in U.S.," 1927
"Recovery of Forest Industries," 1936
"Old-Time Lumberjack Smiles at New 'Dudes,'" 1935
"Old and New Conditions in Logging Camps," 1925
"Individual Actually Pays the heavy Corporation Tax," 1926
"Engineering of Lumber," 1931
Fred LeMieux, "Our nationalized Forests," 1952
Leuthold, Walter M.: Correspondence and News Releases, 1957-1958
Leuthold, Walter M., "Time for Battle," 1957
Macartney, Ralph R., NLMA President: Correspondence, 1952-1953
J. E. Mackie, "Wood Pipe Sewers"
McClellan, James C., 1945
McGowin, N. Floyd
Correspondence, 1957-1959
Speech Made Before WCLA 47th Annual Meeting, March 28, 1958
"A Day of Decision for Wood," 1958
"Challenge to Lumber Industry," 1958
"Job Ahead for Lumbermen: Promotion, Politics and Profits," 1958
"New Spirit of the Lumber Industry, " circa 1958
"Open Letter to the Lumber Industry"
McHugh, Thomas J.
"The Hole in the Boat," 1960
"Business Forecast for 1960"
"New Standards of the Lumber Industry," 1959
Box 141
Articles and Addresses
Reno, John, 1938 and 1952
Rishnell, C. A.
General Folder
Rishell, CA, 1947-1950
"Cooperation Between National Hardwood Lumber Association"
"Factors in Efficient Storage of Kiln Dried Lumber," 1938
"Glued Ship Timbers Have Arrived," 1943
"Hardwood Trade Promotion," 1938
"How to Store Kiln Dried Lumber," 1938
"Laminated Construction Interests Boat-builders," 1943
"Lumber Situation on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts," 1942
"National Picture," 1937
"Relationship between the Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers Inc. and the Nat'l. Lumber Manufacturers Association," 1940
"Report on Hardwood Division Activities," 1936
"Research, the Builder of Markets," 1944
Shaw, W. F.
"National Lumber Trade Extension Campaign - Its Scope and Objectives," 1930
"Plans for Coordination and Extension of National Lumber Trade Promotion," 1930
"Some Facts About Wood Lath," 1931
"What Ought to be, and Could be Done to Promote the Use of Hardwoods," 1932
Sheppard, C. C., 1933-1949
Simpson, H. V., "Lumber and the Bretton Woods Agreement," 1945
Smith, L. W.
"Design of Lumber and Timber Structural Members," 1938
"Development and Control of Lumber Grading," 1938
"Grade Marking," 1939
"Grading of Lumber," 1937
"How Problems on Efficient & Economical Application of Building Materials in Grain"
"Storage Structures are Being Solved - The Lumbermen's Viewpoint," 1939
"Prefabrication - A Threat or a Promise," 1937
"Slum Clearance Construction," 1938
Stearns, Joseph L.
"The Woods You Use," 1946
"The World's Lightest Wood," 1950
"Wood Replacing Over Five Million Tons of Metal in 1943"
"Paulownia as a Tree of Commerce," 1944
Steinberg, Douglas S., Director of Public Relations: P.R. and Public Lecture N.E. Inst. Yale, 1956
Sullivan, A. M., "Men, Morality and Management," 1960
Box 142
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Request, Bulletins, Literature, Etc., 1943-1944
Retailers, 1940
Sabotage, 1943
Small Business: Patman, 1943-1945
Smaller War Plants Corporation, 1940-1945
Social Security and Victory Tax, 1943
Southern Hardwood Producers War Commission Releases, 1945
Southern Pine War Committee Releases, 1945
Box 
Lumber and Timber Products War Commision
Recommendations of War Commission, 1941-1943
Specifications, 1940-1943
Box 144
Wilson Compton: Speeches, 1924-1944
Box 144
Wilson Compton: Articles, Reprints, 1915-1945
Box 145
Articles and Addresses
Wilson Compton, Speeches, part II, 1920-1944
Cheney, "The New Competition in the Lumber Industry," 1927
C. E. Close, "Selection of Lumber Grades for Highway Bridges," 1931
Clevenger, "Wood is Wonderful," 1960
Darrow, "Opportunities in the Forest Products Industries," 1960
Dixon, 1930-1931
Dosker, "Lumber's Future Depends on Research," 1946
Downs, "Wood - The Supreme Casket Material"
Gerlinger, "Drafted... for the Duration Only"
Giese, "The Lumber Industry and the Farm Building Problem," 1936
Gill, "Research on Preventing, Checking and Splitting of Crossties," 1950
Box 146
Wilson Compton: Material Published in the Form of Releases, 1926-1952
Box 147
Comparative Costs: School Buildings, Construction Types, 1952-1954
Box 147
Articles and Addresses
Voorhees, Henry J., "Lumber Storage," 1960
Rose, Kenneth, "Wood and Wood Base Materials," 1953
Scales, W. H.
"Materials for Home Building and Farm Use," 1928
"Termites and the Use of Treated [Treated?] Wood in Better Houses," 1945
"Wooden Structures," 1931
Seaman, H. M.: Correspondence, Articles, News Releases, 1949-1952
Shaw, F. W., "Lumber Construction Triumphs in the Florida Hurricane Disaster," 1926
Rishell, C. A.
"Using Wood in Coach Trailer Construction," 1937
"Wood for Small Boats," 1943
"Wood to Work to the Best Advantage Must be Dry - But How Dry?," 1937
"Research for Profit," 1946
"Wood Office Furniture Survey," 1937
"Ships of Wood and Glue," 1943
"Timber Connector Construction," 1937
Kimbell, R. G.
"America's Only Replenishable Natural Resource," 1927
"Building Code Limitations on Floor Areas in Buildings," 1924
"Building Industry and Standardization," 1925
"Building My Garage"
"Few of the Reasons for Trade Promotion," 1938
"Inspection of Lumber in Construction," 1928
"Lowering the Cost of Low-Cost Housing," 1938
"Lumber Trends, What They Mean to Dealers," 1945
"Money-Saving Floor Design for Low-Cost Wood Homes," 1938
"Place of Lumber in Dwelling House Construction," 1929
"Prospects and Problems," 1937
Box 148
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
WPB: General, 1941-1944
WPB: Critical List, 1943-1944
WPB: Exports, 1942
Request, Bulletins, Literature, Etc., 1944-1945
Publicity, 1940-1945
Purchasing Policy, 1940
Box 149
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Truman Committee, 1942
U. S. Employment Service, 1943
Wage amd Salary Stabilization, 1942-1945
War Housing Construction Standards, 1942
WPB: General, 1944-1945
War Labor Board, 1943-1945
Box 150
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission
Stabilization Program, 1942-1944
Statistical, 1940-1943
Stock Reports, 1941-1942
Stumpage Ceiling, 1942-1943
Substitution, 1940-1941
Supplies, 1940-1941
Supply Priorities and Allocation Board, 1941-1945
Surplus War Property, 1944-1945
Tax Information, 1940-1943
Timber Products Defense Conference, 1941-1945
Timber Production Program: TPWP
Tires, 1944
Transportation, 1940-1945
Tropical Hardwoods, 1939-1942
Truck Requirements, 1942
Box 151
Loose Materials: Correspondence Course for Retail Lumber Dealers; Directory of NLMA Officers, Board of Directors, Committees, Managers, 1958
Box 151
Crawl Space vs. Slab on Concrete, 1955
Box 151
Defense Log, 1941
Box 151
A Defense of the Wooden Shingle, 1916
Box 151
Directory: NLMA Officers, Board of Directors, Committees, Managers, 1957-1959
Box 151
"Do You Know?" 1925
Box 151
Draft Information for Forest Industry Operations, 1943
Box 151
Dunnage Allowance Survey, 1930
Box 151
Composite Lumber Grade-Use Chart, 1936
Box 151
Composite Trailer Sales, 1937
Box 151
Conservation of Critical Defense Materials by Replacement Through Use of Lumber, Etc., 1941
Box 151
Correspondence Course for Dealers, 1923 and 1928
Box 152
National Lumber News, Golden Anniversary Issue, 1952
Box 152
"Lumber: Its Manufacture and some of Its More Important Properties, 1928"
Box 152
Draft Information for Forest Industry Operators, 1943
Box 152
Printed and Published Materials: National Lumber Handbook, Correspondence, Action Program, National Lumber News, Statements, National Wood Promotion Program, Open Letters, Sunlight House, Comparative Costs for School Buildings, and Others, 1918-1959
Box 152
Charting the American Lumber Industry, 1936-1937
Box 153
Articles and Addresses
Colgan, R. A.: Speeches, News Releases, 1949
Allen, E. T.
"Leading Forest Policy Proposals," 1920
"Forest Preservation and Its Relation to Public Revenue and Taxation," 1927
Bahr, H.: Remarks and Statement, 1947-1950
Bemis, J. R., "Lumber Looks Ahead to 1954"
Bien, V. T. H., "Sound Insulation and Absorption," 1928
Blodgett, 1923-1930
Blumenstein, R., 1950-1951
Bodine, "Who Shall Win America's Forest Lands?" circa 1952
Boyle, L. C., "Legislation in Relation to Our Future Timber Supply" (Statement in Relation to Lumber Production and Prices)
Bravo, H. L., "The Lumber Industry as Applicable to the Development of Better Homes," 1929
Brewster, D. R., 1931
Bruce, C. A., 1929 and 1945
Burt, W. R., 1938 and 1940
Carr, J. H., Jr., "Commission Men Find New Framing Anchor Popular"
Cartwright, F. P., 1926-1936
Colgan, R. A., 1945-1947
Box 154
Articles and Addresses
McKean, Herbert B., 1948-1951
McNary, James G.
Correspondence, 1938-1954
Address of President, NLMA, Annual Meeting, 1939
"National Lumber Industry Problems," 1939
"Now Is the Time to Raise Lumber Prices," 1939
"What Can We Do To Improve and Support Our Association Activities," 1938
Miller, C. F.
"Farm Lumber Market," 1933
"Results of Recent Investigation on Frame Construction," 1929
"Wind Proof Farm Building Walls Important," 1926
Myer, J. E., "What Connectors Have Done in the South for the Handling of Lumber in a Fabricated Form," 1939
Nettleton, W. B.
Correspondence, 1936-1946
"The Experience of Lumber with Trade Agreements," 1937
Nickey, Sam: Letters Concerning Ambassador Kamil, 1960
Northup, H. R.
"National Small Homes Demonstration Program," 1939
"Survey Shows Great Demand and Lack of Financing for New Homes," 1932
Parsons, Jim: Various Articles on the Wood Industry, 1958
Perkins, N. S., "Lumber Built Airplane Hangars," 1929
"Poletika, Nicholas V., 1950-1951"
Prange, Gerald, "You've Got It Made" Address, 1960
Quinlan, J. P., "Wood's Superiority for Airplane Hangars Demonstrated," 1930
Radio Series, 1926-1927
Rapp, J. R., "Retailers Responsibility to His Community," 1929
Reed, F. W., "Some Obstacles to Industrial Forestry," 1929
Reno, John
"Buying Lumber for the Factory"
"Selling Lumber and Lumber Products," 1953
Box 155
Forestry Legislation: Foreign, 1954-1955
Box 155
Morgan, Walter: Correspondence, 1957-1958
Box 155
Loose Masterials, 1912-1952
Includes official Stenographic Report of the Meeting of the Board of Governors of the NLMA (1912), correspondence and printed material (1918-1925), a few letters and printed material (1928-1952).
Box 155
NLMA Archives
Includes 1902 delegates attending organizational meeting; list of NLMA presidents; National Lumber News, Golden Anniversary Issue.
Box 155
NLMA Archives, 1902-1952
Chiefly printed material.
Box 156
To Recipients of the McKinsey and Company Report on Forest Service Timber Sale Activities, 1955
Box 156
Small Business Investment Act of 1958
Box 156
1957 Congressional Record, Senate, Study of Problems of Public Land Ownership
Box 156
Title 16 U. S. Code Recodification, 1954
Box 156
Recreation Act, 1953-1955
Box 156
Indian Laws, 1955-1957
Box 156
Townsite Act, 1955-1957
Box 156
Small Business Act, 1957-1959
Box 157
Reservoir Economics of the McGee Bend Project, Angelina River, Texas, 1956
Box 158
NLMA Printed Material
Includes Forest Products Newsletter, news from National Forest Products Association.
Box 159
NLMA
Loose Material: Printed Material from NLMA to Committees (1939-1941) and National Lumber Trade Barometer (1943)
National Affairs, 1935-1959
Statistical Reports, 1934-1957
Statistical Reports, 1958-1959
Box 160
NLMA
Technical Advisory Committee: Printed Material, 1955-1959
Trade Promotion: Printed Material, 1950-1960
A Policy Review, circa 1958
Information for Meeting of the Board of Directors, 1956
Information for Meeting of the Board of Directors, 1954
Box 161
Prices, 1942-1952
Box 161
American Forest Products Industries, 1935
Box 161
Statistical Summary of Lumber Production, Shipments, and Orders, 1929-1944
Box 161
1944 Minutes of Meetings: Hardwood Lumber Manufacturers, Softwood Loggers, Lumber Manufacturers Industry Advisory Committees and Board of Directors
Box 161
Forest Industry Opportunities In Rural Development, 1960
Box 161
Lumber's Blueprint for the Future, 1958
Box 161
Manufacturers, 1939
Box 162
NLMA
Administration: Printed Material, 1954-1959
Joint Session - National Lumber Manufacturers Association, American Forest Products Laboratories, Timber Engineering Company, 1941
A Continuing Program of National Lumber Trade Extension Submitted to the NLMA Board of Directors, 1931
Organization, Budgeted Activities, Scope of Major Continuing Activities, 1940
Total Production: Lumber and Flooring Industries, 1944
Members, Commission on Foreign Trade, 1944
Box 162
Lumber and Timber Products War Commission, 1944
Box 163
NLMA
Administration: Meeting of Board of Directors, 1932
Meeting of Board of Directors, 1956
1956 Annual Report
1951 Annual Report
1954 Annual Report
Minutes of Annual Meetings, 1959
1954 Report, Technical and Standards Department
1955 Report, Technical and Standards Department
NLMA Handbook, Program of Meeting, List of Officers and Directors, By-Laws, 1924-1935
Item 4a - Relationship of American Forest Products Industries and National Lumber Manufacturers Association, 1935
Conservation News Digest, Lumber Letter, 1944 and 1954-1959
Press Releases, 1932-1938 and 1958-1959
Box 164
Forestry and Conservation: Printed Material, 1935-1959
Box 164
NLMA Foreign Trade: Printed Material, 1935-1938 and 1958
Box 164
NLMA Insurance Relations, 1935-1958
Box 164
NLMA Meeting of the Commission on Foreign Trade, 1956
Box 164
Organization Meeting of Interim National Wood Promotion Commission, 1958
Box 164
NLMA Legislative Relations: Law Information Service and Printed Materials, 1950-1959
Box 164
Loose Materials
Includes USDA 1939 bills, (S. 3417) 1935, Memos for the Press (1940-1943) Industrial Reference Service (1941), Lumber Code (1933), Lumber Trends (1939), Before the Commission for Reciprocity Information (circa 1935), Before the Interstate Commerce Commission (1933), Specifications for the Design, Fabrication and Erection of Structural Lumber and Its Fastening for Buildings and Other Structures (1943).
Box 165
NLMA Printed Material, 1969
Includes Law Information Service, Forest Products Newsletter, Insurance Relations, and Lumber Letter, organized by subject.
Box 165
Tax File: Highway Taxes, Reports and Studies
Box 165
Tax File: Highway Taxes, Correspondence, 1954-1965
Box 166
NFPA Printed Material, 1969
Miscellaneous
National Affairs
Special Commission on Technical Studies
Standardization
Technical Advisory Committee
Trade Promotion
Trade Extension Fund
Box 166
NFPA Printed Material, 1969
Organized by number, not subject as was the previous folder. Index in front of folder.
Box 167
NFPA Printed Material (1968-1969)
Industry Relations
Paint Cooperation
News About Lumber
NFPA Action Alert, 1968
Joint Paint-Lumber Industry Steering Commission, 1968
Commission on Industry Relations, 1968
Commission on Technical Studies, 1968
Standards, 1968
Technical Advisory Commission, 1968
Federated Association, 1968
Trade Extension Fund Administration Commission, 1968
News from NFPA, 1968
Box 168
Forest Products Newsletter , 1970
Box 168
Law Information Service, 1970
Box 168
Federated Associations, 1970
Box 168
Commission on Fire Insurance, 1970
Box 168
Forest Products Industry Conference, 1969
Box 168
American Institute of Architects: Conservation and Wood Supply, 1970
Box 168
Federated Associations, 1970
Box 169
NFPA, 1970
Includes materials related to National Affairs Commission, News (NFPA), Commission on Public Affairs, Commission on Technical Studies, Standards, Technical Advisory Commission, Commission on Code and Construction Standards, Federated Associations, Advisory Commission, and Executive Commission.
Box 170
NFPA, 1968
Includes materials related to Executive Commission, Advisory Commission, Federated Associations, Board of Directors, Forestry Affairs Commission, Forestry Advisory Commission, Foreign Trade, Commission on Fire Insurance, Law Information Service, and Forest Products Newsletter.
Box 170
Housing Report of 1968 Congress on Technology, Engineering and Marketing
Box 171
NFPA, 1967
Includes printed material such as news releases.
Box 172
NFPA: Agriculture
Agriculture Act of 1962
Food and Agriculture, 1947-1958
Commission on Increase Use of Agricultural Products, 1956-1957
NFPA: Related to Agriculture, 1945-1970
Box 173
NFPA
Reports and Bills, 1946-1966
Miscellaneous, 1961-1967
Includes materials related to agriculture, United States Department of Interior, minutes, and reports.
Box 174
Obituaries: M-N, 1926 and 1940-1962
Box 174
Photographs: Committees, 1950-1951
Box 174
1955 NLMA Publicity Releases
Box 174
Photographs: Vacation Village
Box 174
Publicity and Publications: FACTS, 1962-1963
Box 175
NFPA Releases: Administration, Commission on Technical Studies, Forestry, Forest Industries Council, Insurance Relations Rates, and Law Information Service, 1971
Box 176
NFPA Releases: Lumber Letter, Land Withdrawal, Miscellaneous, National Affairs, News About Lumber, Public Affairs, Industry Relations, Southern Forest Resources Council, Standardization, Technical Advisory Committee, and Trade Promotion, 1971
Box 177
NFPA Releases: Administration, Commission on Technical Studies, Forestry, Forest Industries Council, Special Commission on Housing, Insurance Relations, Law Information Service, and Lumber Letter, 1972
Box 178
NFPA Releases: Legislative Relation, Land Withdrawal, National Affairs, News About Lumber, Industry Relations, Standardization, and Technical Advisory Commission, 1972
Box 179
NFPA Releases: Technical News Bulletin, Trade Promotion, Building Code Reporter, Legisgraph, NFPA Reports, 1972
Box 179
Picture Frame
Picture frame made of lumber from the largest white oak in the USA that died and was cut down in 1938. The frame was presented to Henry Bahr.
Box 180
Memorabilia: Henry Bahr to Mr. Elwood Maunder, 1936-1938 and 1956
Box 180
Manuscripts, 1932
Box 180
Correspondence, 1930-1933
Box 180
Henry Bahr, Early Connections to NLMA: Correspondence, 1936-1940
Box 180
Requests, 1932-1936: much from Library of Congress Legislative Reference Service
Box 180
NFPA-APA Information Exchange, 1965-1966
Box 180
Henry Bahr's Education and Prizes, 1936-1939 and 1956
Box 180
Henry Bahr's Retirement from NFPA and the Henry Bahr Fund, 1959
Box 180
Personnel: Letters to/from Henry Bahr, 1944, 1950, and 1961
Box 180
Memos, Letters to Henry Bahr, 1965-1967
Box 180
1968 NFPA Job Description: Executive Vice President; Relationship of NFPA-TECO Trade Extension Fund Committee; TECO Job Descriptions
Box 181
NFPA Circulars/Releases, 1973
Box 182
NFPA Circulars/Releases, 1973-1974
Box 183
NFPA Circulars/Releases, 1975
Box 184
NFPA Circulars/Releases, 1976
Box 185
NFPA Circulars/Releases, 1976-1977
Box 186
NFPA Circulars/Releases, 1977
Box 187
NFPA Circulars/Releases, 1978
Box 188
Some NFPA Circulars/Releases, 1978
Box 188
Files of the Resource and Environment Division (Formerly the Forestry Division) Regarding Land Use Planning
Box 189a
NFPA Circulars/Releases and Special Reports, 1979
Consecutive Listing, 1979
Administrative, January to May 1979
Administrative, June to December 1979
API/Government Affairs: State Legislative Report, August to December 1979
API/NFPA Air Quality Issues, August 1979 and November 1979
API/NFPA Chemical Control Issues, August 1979 and October 1979
API/NFPA Environmental Report, January to December 1979
API/NFPA Solid Waste Issues, August 1979 and November 1979
Codes and Product Acceptance Committee, January to December 1979
Committee on Research and Evaluation, January to December 1979
Communications Committee, January to November 1979
Economics, May to December 1979
Environment, January to December 1979
Fingertip Facts and Figures, January to December 1979
Forest Chemicals News, November to December 1979
Insurance Relations, January to December 1979
International Trade, January to December 1979
Legisgraph, March to November 1979
Legislative Relations, February to November 1979
Lumber Letter, January to December 1979
Box 189b
NFPA Circulars/Releases and Special Reports, 1979
News About Lumber, January to December 1979
Product Acceptance Program: "Management Committee," January to December 1979
Resource, January to December 1979
Technical Advisory Committee, January to December 1979
Special Committee on Wood Products Market, January to December 1979
Box 190
NFPA Circulars/Releases and Special Reports, 1980
Consecutive Listing, 1980
Administrative, January to December 1980
API/Government Affairs: State Legislative Report, February to December 1980
API/NFPA Air Quality Issues, June 1980
API/NFPA Environmental Report, January to October 1980
API/NFPA Water Quality Issues, June 1980
Committee on Codes and Product Acceptance, January to December 1980
Committee on Research and Evaluation, January to December 1980
Communications Committee, April to December 1980
Economics, January to December 1980
Environment, January 1980
Fingertip Facts and Figures, January to December 1980
Forest Chemicals News, January to December 1980
Industrial Hygiene, February to December 1980
Insurance Relations, April to December 1980
International Trade, January to December 1980
Legisgraph, January 1980
Legislative Relations, April to October 1980
Lumber Letter, January to December 1980
News About Lumber, January to December 1980
Product Acceptance Program Management Committee, January to December 1980
Resource, January to December 1980
Special Committee on Wood Products Markets, January to December 1980
Technical Advisory Committee, January to December 1980
Box 191
NFPA Files Regarding Land Withdrawals, 1963-1976
Agua Tibia Wilderness, 1970-1973
Aldo Leopold Wilderness, 1970-1973
Alpine Lakes, 1963-1976
Apache Kid Wilderness, 1973
Arches National Monument, 1969-1971
Bandelier National Monument, 1973-1975
Bear River Wilderness Area, 1966
Big Sky
Big Thicket National Park, 1973-1974
Blue Range Wilderness, 1968-1971
Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge, 1972
Bridger National Recreation Area, 1969-1970
Bucks Lake, 1971-1972
Butte Fork
Cabeza Prieta Wilderness, 1971
Cache National Forest, 1971-1973
California: General, 1972-1973
Canyonlands National Park, 1961-1971
Cascades, 1968-1974
Chaco Canyon National Monument, 1968
Chamisso Wilderness Proposal, 1969
Charons Gardens Wilderness, Study Area
Chassahowitzka National Wildlife Refuge, 1973
Clear Creek, 1970-1971
Coal River National Recreation Area, 1962-1965
Congaree Swamp National Monument, 1963-1976
Continental Divide Trail, 1969-1971
Cumberland Island National Seashore, 1967-1972
Cuyahoga River Valley National Recreation Area, 1966-1971
Daniel Boone National Forest, 1973
Dolores River, 1975-1976
Eagles Nest Wilderness, 1972-1976
Emigrant Wilderness, 1969-1973
Enchantment Wilderness, 1968
Escalante Trail, 1972-1973
Estuaries, 1966-1970
Flathead River, 1973
Flat Tops Wilderness, 1971-1975
Gila Wilderness, 1971-1972
Box 192a
NFPA Files Regarding Land Withdrawals, 1956-1977
Glacier Wilderness, 1956-1973
Granite Chief Study Area, 1969-1970
Great Bear Wilderness, 1974-1977
Gros Ventre Wilderness, 1968-1971
Guano River National Park, 1971-1973
Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, 1967-1969
Hells Canyon National Recreational Area, 1963-1976
High Sierra Primitive Area, 1971-1972
High Uintas Wilderness, 1967-1973
Huckleberry Finn National Recreation Area, 1972-1973
Hunter Creek Valley, 1974
Indian Creek, 1969-1970
Indian Peaks Wilderness, 1968-1973
Jewel Basin Hiking Area, 1970
Klamath Wild and Scenic Rivers, 1973
La Garita Wilderness, 1975
Lake Mead National Recreation Area, 1963
Laramie Peaks Wilderness, 1971-1972
Little North Fork and Upper St. Joe Wilderness, 1968-1969
Little River Canyon, 1969
Lone Peak Wilderness, 1972-1973
Lopez Canyon Wilderness, 1969-1973
Magruder Corridor, 1965-1972
Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, 1967
Mallard-Larkins Pioneer Area, 1969
Manzaro Mountain Wilderness, 1973
Marble Canyon, 1969
McKenzie River, 1969-1970
Meramec River National Recreation Area, 1968-1969
Middle Fork of the Clearwater River, 1969-1971
Middle Fork of the Feather River, 1969-1970
Middle Fork of the Salmon River, 1969
Middle Missouri Recreation Area, 1968-1969
Mission Mountains Wilderness, 1967-1975
Montana Wilderness, 1974-1977
Mount Baldy Wilderness, 1966-1970
Mount McKinley National Park, 1969-1973
National Forest: Research Natural Areas, 1970-1972
National Parks: Proposed, 1969
New River, 1974
Nez Perce National Historical Park, 1965-1971
Olympic National Park, circa 1970
Pacific Cress National Scenic Trail, 1970-1973
Pine Mountain Wilderness, 1966-1972
Pinnacles National Monument, 1968-1973
Policy, Conservation and Land Acquisition, 1968-1969
Popo Agie Primitive Area, 1973
Pot Mountain Area Study, 1971
Powderhorn Primitive Area, 1973
Roaring River Study Area, 1971-1972
Rock Creek, 1970-1972
Rogue River, 1969-1975
Salmon-Trinity Alps Primitive Area, 1970-1972
Box 192b
NFPA Files Regarding Land Withdrawals, 1961-1976
San Bernardino National Forest, 1971
San Juan National Forest, 1961-1969
San Joaquin Wilderness, 1969-1973
Sandia Mountain Wilderness, 1969-1973
Sandwich Notch, 1972
Santa Lucia Wilderness, 1973
Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Park, 1967-1973
Sequoia National Game Refuge, 1969
Sequoia Natioanl Park, 1969-1974
Sierra National Forest, 1975
Siuslaw National Forest, 1969-1970
Six Rivers National Forest, 1970-1971
Skagit River Study, 1975
Snake River, 1973
Snow Mountain Wilderness, 1969-1976
South Absaroka Wilderness, 1970
Southern Sierra National Recreation Area, 1965
Spanish Peaks Wilderness, 1965-1973
Stratified Primitive Area, 1969-1972
Sycamore Canyon Wilderness, 1968-1972
Targhee National Forest, 1969-1970
Trinity Alps Wilderness Areas, 1970-1972
Uncompahgre Primitive Area, 1971-1974
Upper Lewis River Unity
Upper Rio Grande Primitive Area, 1968
Upper Salmo and Upper Priest River Basins, 1971
Upper Selway Wilderness, 1965-1972
Walla Walla River Study Area, 1971
Wheeler Peak Wilderness, 1969
White Mountains National Forest, 1969-1973
Wilderness: General, 1971-1974
White's Creek, 1970
Willamette River, 1967-1970
Wolf National Scenic River, 1966-1969
Wrangell Mountains National Scenic Area, 1970
Yellowstone National Park, 1973
Box 193
Court Cases: Natural Resource Litigation
Anaconda v. Ruckelshaus (Air Pollution-Montana), 1972
Arapaho National Forest et al., 1975-1976
Arizona Wildlife v. Volpe (Morman Lake Road), 1973
California v. Butz (Snow Mountain Case), 1973
Clear Creek Case (Salmon National Forest), 1972
Downing v. Frizzell (Headwaters), 1975
Eastlake v. Forest City Enterprises, 1974-1976
Family Clan, Inc. v. Philbrick (Family Clan Case), 1971-1972
Ferry County v. USDA, et al. (Ferry County Case), 1971-1972
Florida Audobon Society v. Department of the Army (Audobon), 1974
Gandt, et al. v. Hardin, et al. (Sylvania Tract-Michigan), 1969
Gypsum Antitrust Cases, 1974
Headwaters v. Kleppe, 1975-1976
Headwaters v. BLM, 1976
Hughes v. State of Washington (Land-Property Rights), 1966-1967
Lassen National Forest Timber Management Plan, 1975
Izaak Walton League v. St. Clair (BWCA), 1970-1974
Long Tom Creaak Case, 1972
Monarch Wilderness, 1973
Federal Timber Purchasers Association v. Butz (Moose Creek-Montana), 1976
North West Timber Assiciation v. United States Forest Service (Helicoptor Logging), 1973
NRDC v. Arcata National Corporation, 1974
NRDC v. Arcata Redwood Co. (Redwood Creek), 1973-1975
Olympic Suit (Colorado), 1972
Parker v. United States (East Meadow Creek-Colorado), 1971-1979
Box 194
Court Cases: Natural Resource Litigation
Publishers Forest Products v. United States Forest Service (Helicoptor Logging), 1973
Reliance Mills v. Butz (Butus Case), 1972-1973
Rio Grande National Forest Timber Management, 1975
Roe v. Morton (Colorado), 1972
San Juan Lumber Co. v. United States Forest Service (Timber Sales), 1969-1970
Scenic Rivers Association of Oklahoma v. Lynn, 1975
Sierra Club v. Brinegar (Alaska), 1973
Sierra Club v. Butz (Humboldt Fir Case), 1971-1972
Sierra Club v. Clark (California Brushland), 1973
Sierra Club v. Butz (Tongass National Forest-Juneau, Alaska), 1956-1976
Sierra Club, et al. v. Morton and Ash (Wildlife Refuge), 1974-1975
Sun Coast Girl Scout Council v. Forest SErvice (Natanhala National Forest), 1970
United States v. Champion International (Antitrust-Price Fixing), 1974
United States v. Edward Tull, 1975-1976
Western Council of Lumber Prod. and Ind. Workers v. Butz (Substitution Regulation), 1974
Wetsel-Oviatt Lumber Company v. United States Forest Service, 1971
Wilderness Society v. FCC (Weyerhaueser Olympic Commercials), 1972-1974
WYOCC v. Butz (Teton and Shoshone National Forest), 1973
Box 195
NFPA Circular Releases and Special Reports for 1981
Consecutive Listing, 1981
Administrative, January to December 1981
API/NFPA Environmental Report, June to November 1981
Committee on Codes and Product Acceptance, February to December 1981
Economics, March to October 1981
Environment, February 1981 and August 1981
Fingertip Facts and Figures, January to December 1981
Forest Chemicals News, January to November 1981
Industrial Hygiene, January to December 1981
Insurance Relations, March to December 1981
International Trade, January to December 1981
Legislative Relations, February to December 1981
Lumber Letter, January to December 1981
News About Lumber, January to December 1981
Product Acceptance Program Management Committee, January to December 1981
Resource and Environment Program Committee, February to December 1981
Special Committee on Wood Products Markets, March to December 1981
Technical Advisory Committee, January to December 1981
Box 196
Subject Files: Law and Legislation
Antiquities Act
Battelle
BLM Organic Act
BWCA Cases
CEQ (Council on Environmental Quality)
Coastal Zone Management
Corps of Engineers (404)
Criminal Law
Clean Water Act Working File
DDT
Environmental Law Committee
FHWA Wetlands Regulations
Minnesota Public Interest Resource Group
Section 208 Regulations
Securities and Exchange Commission
Speeches: Water
Statistics
Wildlife Mitigation
Box 197
Case Files
Montana Power Co. v. EPA
Montana Wilderness Association v. United States (Buck Creek)
National Wildlife Federation v. United States
North Carolina Wildlife Federation v. Bergland
NRDC v. Butz (General)
NRDC v. Kleppe
NRDC v. Morton (Grazing Suit)
NRDC v. Securities and Exchange Commission
Euterham v. Dow
Sierra Club v. Morton (Redwood Park)
Sierra Club v. Morton (Mineral King)
Samuc v. Butz
Specer County v. EPA
2.1m Acres of Trees v. Cole (Washington State Forest)
Umphlett v. Butz
Vnetling v. Bergland
United Brotherhood of Carpenters v. Bergland
Weyerhaeuser v. Costle
Wymoing v. Hoffman
Zeska v. Butz (Ketchikan Pulp)
Box 198
From the Forestry and Government Affairs Department: Paper Concerning Road Agreements Between the U.S. Forest Service and Private Landowners. February, 1968. Outline of Program for NFPA Road Subcommittee and Forest Service Seminar on Cooperative Road Construction and Use Agreement. 1968.
Box 198
From the Forestry Division: Correspondence and Other Material Relating to Industry Witnesses in Hearing on Herbicide 2,4,5-T Before the University. Environmental Protection Agency, 1973-1974
Box 198
NFPA meeting with Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz Concerning Forest Service Administrative Policies, December 16, 1974
Box 199
Idaho Wildlife Federation vs. M. Rupert Cutler, 1981
Background materials.
Box 199
"Our Environment and the Economics of the Forest," by Gene C. Brewer. Federal Bar Journal, v. 33, no. 12, Spring, 1974, pp. 126-131.
Box 199
Report on Allowable Cut Policies for Managing BLM Forest Lands in Western Oregon.
Box 199
Gross Yield and Mortality Tables for Fully Stocked Stands of Douglas-Fir. Research paper #14, Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service, 1955.
Box 199
The Competence That Will Be Required to Make Wise Forest Resource Decisions in the 1970s, by Julia Butler Hansen, member of Congress. Paper presented to the Educational Symposium, sponsored by the Society of American Foresters, Roanoke, VA, February 1969.
Box 199
A Case for Wood. Chicago, IL: Edward Hines Lumber Company, no date.
Box 199
The Case for a Blue Ribbon Commission on Timber Management in the National Forests. Sierra Club and the Wilderness Society, 1970.
Box 199
A Crucial Need for Timber Supply Stability: The Wyoming Sawmills Inc. Situation. February, 1975.
Box 199
Proposition #1: The Clearcutting Controversy on the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia, by Don Fogus. March, 1972.
Box 199
Correspondence Relating to Testimony by Edward Crafts on H.R. 10344, 1969, Concerning Timber Supply, and to article "The Saga of a Law,"American Forests, June 1980, by Edward Crafts on the Multiple-Use Sustained Yield Act.
Box 199
President's Advisory Commission on Timber and the Environment
Includes background reports, news releases, and a file on silviculture.
Box 199
Meeting with Secretary of Agriculture Butz on Timber Supply Problems, September 7, 1972
Box 199
A Forestry Incentives Program. University. Department of Agriculture. September, 1970.
Box 199
Environmental Program for the Future. Forest Service, USDA, 1973.
Box 199
Bureau of Land Management. Oregon and California (O & C) Management Practices.
Box 199
Rickard, Wesley. Report to the Oregon Legislative Interim Committee on Public lands, September 1968.
Includes related reports and correspondence.
Box 199
Miscellaneous Technical Reports on Federal Forest Management
Box 199
Forest Industries Council, Appalachian Committee: Meeting, December 17, 1981
Box 199
Forest Industries Council: Functions, Policy statements and Miscellaneous Information
Box 200
1983 NFPA Circular Releases
Box 201
Correspondence, 1954-1957
Henry Bahr, company officer, is chief correspondent.
Box 201
Correspondence, 1958-1961
Henry Bahr, company officer, is chief correspondent.
Box 201
Correspondence, 1961-1966
Henry Bahr, company officer, is chief correspondent.
Box 204
1985 NFPA Circular Releases and Special Reports
Administrative, January to September 1985
Committee on Codes and Product Acceptance, January to December 1985
Committee on Research and Evaluation, February to October 1985
Congressional Relations, January to December 1985
Environment, March to August 1985
Financial Reports, March to July 1985
Forest Chemicals News, May 1985 and December 1985
International Trade, January to July 1985
Lumber Letter, January to December 1985
Market Expansion and Development Committee, April to December 1985
Miscellaneous Materials: Conferences and Meetings, March to November 1985
News About Lumber, January to March 1985
NFPA Executive Reports, January to March 1985
Private Timber, May to November 1985
Product Division, February to December 1985
Public Timber, January to December 1985
Technical Advisory Committee, January to December 1985
1985 Approved Budget
1986 Preliminary Budget
1986 Proposed Budget
Legislative Conference Committee Report
Committee on Codes and Product Acceptance
Forest Industries Political Action Committee
Forest Industry Chemicals Committee
International Trade Committee
Market Expansion and Development Committee
National Forest Planning Committee
Private Timber Division Board of Directors
Product Division Board of Directors
Annual Meeting Committee Report
Board of Governors
Committee on Codes and Product Acceptance
Committee on Research and Evaluation
Congressional Relations Committee
International Trade Committee
Private Timber Division Board of Directors
Product Division Board of Directors
Public Timber Division Board of Directors
NFPA Federal Timber Purchasers Committee: Background Information
Box 205
Miscellaneous, 1925 and 1942-1983
Ad Hoc NFPA Environmental Review Committee, 1974-1975
AFPI Transfer of Activities to NLMA (By-Laws), 1945-1946
Crowell, John B., Jr., 1981-1983
Dues Equalization, September 1970 to June 1976
Lumber Production by States, 1942-1950 and undated
Lumber Production of Major Mills, 1953-1962 and undated
Miscellaneous Materials: Articles, Correspondence, Pamphlets, and Reports, 1925-1961, 1964-1977, and undated
NFPA Dues Rate and Structure, 1966-1974, 1977-1978, and undated
Orell, Bernard L., 1953-1983 and undated
Privatization of Public Land, December 1981 to May 1982
Privatization of Public Land, June 1982 to April 1983 and undated
Box 206
Miscellaneous Publications, 1960-1984 and undated
Forest Service Appraisals of National Forest Timber in California. Prepared by Western Lumber Manufacturers, Inc.; October 28, 1960.
Determination of Allowable Annual Timber Cut on Forty-Two Western National Forests: An Analysis of Objectives, Problems, and Methods with Recommendations. Report of the Board of Review, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; September 3, 1962.
Report on National Forest Timber Resource Operations for Fiscal year 1965. Data from Individual National Forests compiled by the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Report on National Forest Timber Resource Operations for Fiscal Year 1967. Data from Individual National Forests compiled by the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Report on National Forest Timber Resource Operations for Fiscal Year 1968. Data from Individual National Forests compiled by the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Housing Industry Presidents Conference. October 30-November 4, 1969.
Report on National Forest Timber Resource Operations for Fiscal Year 1969. Data from individual National Forests compiled by the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Study of Public Land Timber Policy: Volume I, Report and Summary. Prepared for the Public Land Law Review Commission by George Banzhaf & Company; April 1969.
Study of Public Land Timber Policy: Volume II, Appendix. Prepared for Public Land Law Review Commission by George Banzhaf & Company; April 1969.
Conservation and Wood Supply. Presentation for the American Institute of Architects by James R. Turnbull, Executive Vice President of NFPA; April 7, 1970.
Review of the PLLRC Report. NFPA publication; November 1970.
Uniform Specifications for Construction of Roads and Bridges by Timber Purchaser. April 1970.
Report on National Forest Timber Resource Operations for Fiscal Year 1971. Data from Individual National Forests compiled by the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Report on Government and Forestry Affairs. Prepared by the NFPA; March 1, 1972.
Critique of the Outlook for Timber in the United States to The Forest Industries Council. December 31, 1973.
Federal Land Use Planning. Prepared by the Lewis and Clark Law School, Northwestern School of Law; March 1975.
The United States Forest Service: A Historical Bibliography, 1876-1972. Prepared by the Agricultural History Center, University of California at Davis; 1976.
1977 Economic Council of the Forest Industries: A Summary of Selected Industry Issues and Associations.
Lumber Prices and the Lumber Products Industry. Interim Report of the Executive Office of the President, Council on Wage and Price Stability; October 1977.
Briefing on Timber Supply for CBS News. December 14, 1978.
Development of Forest Management Policy in the United States. Address by George W. Stanley to the Spring Convocation of the University of Georgia Forestry School; April 27, 1978.
Projected Timber Scarcities in the Pacific Northwest: A Critique of 11 Studies. Comptroller General Report to the Congress of the United States; December 12, 1978.
Status of Issues and Progress Report. NFPA publication prepared for the Executive Committee; July 1978.
NFPA Washington Report: Legislative, Judicial and Administrative Issues Affecting Land, Timber, Environment and Wood Product Acceptance. November 1978.
Wilderness Withdrawals and Timber Supply. NFPA publication; July 20, 1978.
Allegations Regarding the Small Business Set-Aside Program For Federal Timber Sales. Report of Comptroller General of the United States; April 5, 1979.
Distribution and Fabrication Facilities for Wood Products and Systems Applicable to Non-Residential Construction. February 1979.
Industry Coordination of the Private Timber Supply Issue. April 1979.
Key Issues Facing the American Forest Industry. Survey of Five Groups of Opinion Leaders: U.S. Congress, Federal Agencies, State Governments, Environmental Organizations, and National and Local Media; February 1979.
Learning to Look Ahead: The Need For a National Materials Policy and Planning Process. Comptroller General Report to the Congress of the United States; April 19, 1979.
Rare II: The Economic Effects of U.S. Softwood Supply Restrictions. NFPA publication; April 1979.
Responsibility and Response. Address by Don-Lee M. Davidson at the NFPA's 77th annual meeting, Palm Springs, California; November 11-14, 1979.
Wasting Timber: The Non-Declining Yield Policy. NFPA pamphlet; November 1979.
Woodlands Public Issues. Prepared by International Paper Company; May 1979.
America Grows on Trees: The Promise of Private, Nonindustrial Woodlands. Prepared by Private Woodlands Committee, NFPA; 1980.
Evaluation of Some Impacts of Wilderness and Other Withdrawals of Alaskan Lands From Multiple Uses. June 1980.
Proceedings. Publication for the Fall Meeting of the Western Wood Products Association; September 13-16, 1980.
Rare II Reference Book. Prepared by the Government Affairs Division of the NFPA; November 1980.
Wood Supply Goals For U.S. Consumers: America Grows on Trees. . . The More Trees We Grow, The More America Can Grow. NFPA Publication; November 1980.
Analysis of Options For Aiding the Homebuilding and Forest Products Industries. Report to the Chairman Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives of the United States; August 31, 1982.
Major Industry Issues and Problems. Prepared by American Paper Instituted Inc.; January 1982.
Briefing Materials: NFPA's New Structure. Draft; July 6, 1983.
Personnel Compendium: Personnel Data, Department Functions, and Department Organization Charts. NFPA publication; August 5, 1983.
Information for the Budget Review of 1984 Revenue and Expenses. National Forest Products Association; March 30, 1984.
NFPA Legislative Conference: Board of Governors. May 9, 1984.
Memorandum to the United States Forest Service Department of Agriculture. Submitted by Edward Hines Lumber Co., Chicago, Illinois, undated.
National Forest Issue Confused by Misleading Letter, Photograph. NFPA Pamphlet, undated.
The Paper Industry Congressional Directory. American Paper Institute publication for 99th Congress, undated.
Box 207
Correspondence, Ralph D. Hodges, Jr., 1977-1980
Box 208
Correspondence, Ralph D. Hodges, Jr., 1981-1984
Box 209
Correspondence, Ralph D. Hodges, Jr., January to June 1983
Box 209
Economic Council of the Lumber Industry: Speeches, Photographs, Trade journal reports, Pamphlets, and New Releases, 1960-1966
Box 209
Forest Industries Council: Minutes of Meetings, Business Reports, Committee Reports, Forest Conservation News, Policy Statements, and Other Materials, 1943-1953
Box 210
National Lumber Manufacturers Association: Minutes of Annual Meetings
November 9-12, 1959
November 4-10, 1960
November 3-8, 1961
November 2-7, 1962
November 2-6, 1963
November 8-11, 1964
May 3-5, 1965
Box 210
National Forest Products Association: Minutes Annual Meetings
May 1-4, 1966
May 7-10, 1967
May 19-22, 1968
May 11-14, 1969
May 11-12, 1970
May 9-11, 1971
May 7-10, 1972
May 12-16, 1973
May 5-8, 1974
May 4-7, 1975
Box 211
National Lumber Manufacturers Association: Proceedings of Annual Meeting
   Volume 
1902-1909
Proceedings Southern Lumber Manufacturing
Associations, October 1902
NLMA Proceedings, December 1902
NLMA Proceedings, April 1903
NLMA Proceedings, May 1904
NLMA Proceedings, May 1905
NLMA Proceedings, May 1906
NLMA Proceedings, May 1907
NLMA Proceedings, June 1908
NLMA Proceedings, July 1909
   Volume 
"The Forest and the Saw Mill" - NLMA Proceedings, April 1910 - (from title page) Forest Conservation, Forest Land Taxation, Private Forestry, Utilization of Waste, The Lumberman and the People
   Volume 
"National Problems Affecting the Lumber Industry" - NLMA Proceedings, May 1911 - (from title page) Workmen's Compensation, Applied Principles of Efficiency, The Panama Canal, Popular Ignorance, Currency Reform, Practical Forestry
   Volume 
"The American Lumber Industry" - NLMA Proceedings, May 1912 - (from title page) Forest Conservation, Lumbermen and Wood-Using Industries, Workmen's Compensation, Fire Hazard Attack on Lumber, The Trust Question, Industrial Co-operation, Lumber Prices, Cut-over Land Development
   Volume 
"Lumber: America's Second Manufacturing Industry" - NLMA Proceedings, June 1913 - (from title page) National Business Problems, Forest Products Exposition, The Fibre Box Question, Forest Conservation, Control of the Floods, The Manufacturer and Retailer, Workmen's Compensation, Forestry and Lumbering
   Volume 
"The Merchandising of Lumber" - NLMA Proceedings, May 1914 - (from title page) From the standpoint of the Lumber Sales Manager, Yard Wholesaler and City Retailer, Country Retailer, Architect, Engineer, Contractor, Scientist, Advertising Man, and Association
   Volume 
"The Modern Lumberman" - NLMA Proceedings, May 1915
   Volume 
"Reports and Addresses Presented at the Lumbermen's Mass Meeting under the auspices of the Forest Products Federation, Chicago, February 24 and 25, 1915."
   Volume 
"Problems in Lumber Distribution" - NLMA Proceedings, May 1916
   Volume 
1915-1919
Lumbermen's Mass Meeting, February 1915
NLMA Annual Meeting, May 1916
NLMA Annual Meeting, April 1917
NLMA Annual Meeting, May 1918
Board of Directors Meeting, October 1918
First American Lumber Congress, April 1919
   Volume 
1920-1921
American Lumber Congress, April 1920
Board of Directors Meeting, December 1920
Board of Directors Meeting, January 1921
NLMA Annual Meeting, March 1921
Board of Directors Meeting, July 1921
Board of Directors Meeting, December 1921
   Volume 
"Report of Fifteenth Annual Meeting April, 4th. and 5th. 1917"
   Volume 
Stenographic Report of Proceedings of the American Lumber Congress and Annual Convention of the National Lumber Manufacturers Association, April 14-17, 1919.
   Volume 
Report of Forestry Conference, October 1919
   Volume 
Conference of National Lumber Manufacturers' Association, September 1920
   Volume 
National Lumber Manufacturers Association: Minutes, Spring Meetings
May 2-5, 1960
April 27 to May 3, 1961
May 4-9, 1962
May 4-8, 1963
May 2-6, 1964
Box 211
National Forest Products Association: Minutes, Fall Meetings
November 7-10, 1965
November 12-16, 1966
November 12-15, 1967
October 20-23, 1968
November 9-11, 1969
November 8-11, 1970
November 7-10, 1971
November 12-15, 1972
November 4-7, 1973
November 10-13, 1974
October 5-8, 1975
Box 212
Truck Freight Rates on Lumber and Wood
Box 212
Statistical Activities
Box 212
Chiricotti Letters
Box 212
Galdwin Hill: The New York Times James Miller Reader's Digest
Box 212
NA Forest Fire Medal Board
Box 212
James Risser
Box 212
Greentree Associates 1970 Timber Review
Box 212
Lumber Use for Housing
Box 212
Committee of Forest Conservation: Meeting Minutes, November 1950 to November 1951
Box 212
Correspondence: Ralph D. Hodges, Jr., 1978
Box 212
Bound Volumbes
   Volume 
NFPA Subcommittee on Fiber Dues Rates, January 17, 1977
   Volume 
NFPA Special Fiscal Review Committee, June 24, 1974
   Volume 
Executive Committee, September 6, 1969
   Volume 
Resource Program Management Committee, November 9, 1982
   Volume 
NFPA Annual Meeting, November 9, 1981
   Volume 
Dues Equalization Subcommittee on Executive Committee, March 9, 1976
   Volume 
NFPA Issues Report, September 1982
   Volume 
NFPA Issues Report, February 1984
   Volume 
1983 Major Industry Issues and Problems
   Volume 
Wood Products Promotion Council Plan, 1983
Box 212
S. 3091 and Related Briefing Material, June 21, 1976
Box 212
Commercial Remodeling, 1983
Box 212
Meeting of Legislative Policy Review Committee, February 4, 1964

2. Bound Circulars, 1936-1986.

   Volume 
Multiple Use Act, Public Law 86-517, 1960, and Correspondence from Members
   Volume (3)
1936 Circulars
   Volume (4)
1937 Circulars
   Volume (1)
1938 Circulars
   Volume (5)
1951 Circulars
Includes materials related to administration; glued laminating standards; news about lumber; forest conservation; hardwood research; miscellaneous; national affairs; Law Information Service; national defense; news about lumber; national special account no. 4; standardization; Technical Advisory Committee; and trade promotion.
   Volume (8)
1952 Circulars
Includes materials related to NLMA account nos. 1-4, 6; administration; forest conservation; Law Information Service; miscellaneous; national affairs; national defense; public relations; products and research; standardization; Technical Advisory Committee; and trade promotion.
   Volume (6)
1953 Circulars
Includes materials related to NLMA account nos. 1-4, 6, 9; administration; Law Information Service; insurance relations; paint cooperation; standardization; trade promotion; Division of Lumber Standards; Technical Standards Department; miscellaneous; national affairs; national defense; forest conservation; publicity program; publications; news about lumber; and Technical Advisory Committee.
   Volume (4)
1954 Circulars
Includes materials related to administration; forest conservation; foreign trade; Law Information Service; insurance relations; paint cooperation; standardization; technical advisory; trade promotion; Technical Standards Department; "Lumber Letter"; miscellaneous; national affairs; NLMA account nos. 1-4, 6, 9; publicity program; public relations; and news about lumber.
   Volume (4)
1955 Circulars
Includes materials related to administration; economics and statistics; forestry; foreign trade; "Lumber Letter"; national affairs; Law Information Service; insurance relations; paint cooperation; products and research; NLMA account nos. 1, 3, 4, 6, 9; publicity program; public relations; news about lumber; radio-television; standardization; trade promotion; and technical advisory.
   Volume (4)
1956 Circulars
   Volume (4)
1957 Circulars
   Volume (4)
1958 Circulars
   Volume (4)
1959 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1960 Circulars
   Volume (5)
1961 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1962 Circulars
   Volume (4)
1963 Circulars
   Volume (4)
1964 Circulars
   Volume (5)
1965 Circulars
   Volume (6)
1966 Circulars
   Volume (5)
1967 Circulars
   Volume (5)
1968 Circulars
   Volume (4)
1969 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1970 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1971 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1972 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1973 Circulars
   Volume (5)
1974 Circulars
   Volume (5)
1975 Circulars
   Volume (4)
1976 Circulars
   Volume (7)
1977 Circulars
   Volume (7)
1978 Circulars
   Volume (7)
1979 Circulars
   Volume (6)
1980 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1981 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1982 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1983 Circulars
   Volume (3)
1984 Circulars
   Volume (4)
1985 Circulars
   Volume (2)
1986 Circulars

3. Bound Meeting Minutes, 1947-1957.

   Volume 
Executive Committee Meeting, April 1947, and Board of Directors Meeting, June 1947
   Volume 
NFPA Minutes Annual Meeting, November 1947
   Volume 
Executive Committee Meeting, April 1948, and Board of Directors Meeting, August 1948
   Volume 
NFPA Minutes Annual Meeting, December 1948
   Volume 
Board of Directors Meeting, May 1949
   Volume 
NFPA Minutes Annual Meeting, October 1949
   Volume 
Executive Committee Meeting, January and July 1950
   Volume (2)
NFPA Minutes Annual Meeting November, 1955
   Volume 
Executive Committee Meeting, March 1956, Board of Directors Meeting, July 1956, and Executive Committee Meeting, September 1956
   Volume (2)
NFPA Minutes Annual Meeting, November 1956
   Volume 
Executive Committee Meeting, January 1957, and Board of Directors Meeting, May 1957

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