Forestry and Logging
Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Printed correspondence, maps, essays, and tables. The materials relate to the administration of the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Also included are descriptions of the forests, their wild life and energy resources, the economic impact of various activities, and wilderness and timber harvests.
Handwritten and signed letter addressed to A. J. Comstock and dated October 1835. H. M. Comstock writes about how logs may be cut up most effectively into lumber and presents tables on how this is best to be accomplished.
Red velvet photograph album contains 78 Culmer family photographs. Includes a variety of Newcomb, Morris and Co., and C. R. Savage cabinet cards or CDVs (carte de visites), as well as some from San Francisco photographers. Dated apporximately 1880-1910. The second is a Culmer/Wells family photo album. This contains 23 cabinet cards. Many photographs in both albums are unlabled.
Contains photographs, clippings, scrapbooks, ledgers, correspondence, and poetry produced by Culmer. Materials document Culmer's art production and sales, as well as his work as a mining agent and author. Also includes photograph albums of the Culmer family, and a small collection of watercolors by Culmer and his son H. Wells Culmer. Materials date from between 1874 and 1914.
Holograph diary and typescript of the same item. Matheson lived in Cedar City, Utah and had business holdings in Parowan, Utah. The diary is largely concerned with accounts of the day's work activities at the sawmill which he apparently owned.
Handwritten lists of the amount of lumber produced at lumber mills in Big Cottonwood Canyon above Salt Lake City, Utah, and to whom it was sold. Some of the lumber was sold to Brigham Young, second president of the Mormon Church.