Environment and Conservation
Found in 106 Collections and/or Records:
Materials collected and created by Clyde Max Bauer during his life. Includes autobiographical materials, books, a Shriner Children's Hospital contributor certificate, maps, particularly on the Wind River Basin in Wyoming, photographs of Glacier National Park, Masonic hats, and personal papers, and is largely related to his career as a ranger at Yellowstone National Park. Dated approximately 1896 to 1968.
Materials include photographs and prints taken by Walter P. Cottam throughout Utah between approximately 1920 and 1940. The subjects of these photographs include landscapes, close shots of flowers and other plants, photographs of buildings, and photographs of people on hikes, fishing, or doing other similar activities. Materials also include 96 negatives that correspond to prints in the collection. Materials also include oversize prints on the same subjects.
Collection contains materials documenting the experience of J. L. Crawford while he served as a member of the U.S. Army during World War II. It tells of his travels form Fort Douglas to the European war front and his experience touring Europe with the Thunderbird division. Collection also contains materials telling the story of the irrigation ditches leading into Zion National Park and the problems they created within the ecosystems of the park.