Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1883-2012 (RG 169:007)

RG 169:007, Connecticut Forest and Park Association Inventory of Records

TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Historical Note

Scope and Content

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Container List

Series 1. Administrative Files 1920-2010

Series 2. Minutes 1923-2011

Series 3. Correspondence 1917-2010

Series 4. Financial Records 1933-2012

Series 5. Subject Files 1895-2010

Series 6. Committee Files 1929-2011

Series 7. Reports and Studies 1910-2010

Series 8. Publications circa 1883-2011

Series 9. Press Files 1898-2010

Series 10. Legislative Files 1921-2009

Series 11. Shaker Pines Corporation Files 1937-1942

Series 12. Photographs 1900-2011

Series 13. Slides 1907-2002

Series 14. Scrapbooks circa 1921-1994

Series 15. Maps 1929-1978

Series 16. Artifacts 1996, undated

Series 17. Removable Media 1994-2005

Series 18. Sound Recordings 1966-1993

Series 19. Film and Video 1998, undated


RG 169:007, Connecticut Forest and Park Association

Inventory of Records

Finding aid prepared by Max Otte, Marcia Furman, and Allen Ramsey.

Copyright 2016 by the Connecticut State Library


Overview of the Collection

Repository: Connecticut State Library
Creator: Connecticut Forest and Park Association
Title: Connecticut Forest and Park Association records
Dates: 1883-2012
Quantity: 47 cubic feet
Abstract: The Connecticut Forest and Park Association (CFPA) was founded on December 30, 1895, in Weatogue, Connecticut, at the home of Reverend Horace Winslow, as the Connecticut Forestry Association. In 1928, the Connecticut Forestry Association changed its name to the Connecticut Forest and Park Association. The name change reflected the association’s interest in recreation and leisure. Records include administrative files, minutes, correspondence, financial records, subject files, committee files, reports and studies, publications, press files, legislative files, Shaker Pines Corporation files, photographs, slides, scrapbooks, maps, artifacts, removable media, sound recordings, and film and video.
Identification: RG169_007
Accession: 2013-020
Language: The records are in English.

Historical Note

The Connecticut Forestry Association, later named the Connecticut Forest and Park Association (CFPA), was founded by a group of concerned citizens who met at the Weatogue home of Reverend Horace Winslow on December 30, 1895. The association's founding coincided with a growing interest in conservation and forestry, driven in part by early environmentalists such as Theodore Roosevelt and Gifford Pinchot. The formal organization of the association occurred on Arbor Day in 1896 when a constitution and statement of purpose was adopted by the members.

The early history of the association was intertwined with the Yale Forestry School founded in 1900. The association from 1906-1927 had its office in Sage or Marsh halls on the Yale campus. Forestry School professors and graduates such as Henry Graves, President, 1906-1909; Vice President, 1922-1924; and Director 1928-1931; Austin Hawes, Director, 1906-1909 and 1943-1944; and David M. Smith, President, 1975-1981; Director 1963-1974 and 1981-2004; were all active leaders and members in the association's programs.

In 1928, the Connecticut Forestry Association changed its name to the Connecticut Forest and Park Association. The name change reflected the association's interest in recreation and leisure. Throughout the first half of the twentieth century, the CFPA participated in the establishment of the state park system. The CFPA and its early members were crucial in the acquisition of the Peoples State Forest; Mohawk State Forest; Talcott Mountain; Gillette Castle; and state parks such as Hammonasset, Sherwood Island, Rocky Neck, Bluff Point, and Sleeping Giant.

The Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail system, which would become a signature initiative of the CFPA, was established on October 5, 1929. Several years later, in 1937, the first Connecticut Walk Book was published as a guide to the hiking trail system. A key proponent of the Blue-Blazed Hiking Trails was Edgar L. Heermance who is commonly known as the "father of the Blue Blaze Trails". Heermance was Secretary of the CFPA from 1936-1948. He was succeeded by William C. Shepard, 1948-1952, who was in turn succeeded by Archibald W. Hurford, 1952-1963. In 1963, John E. Hibbard was hired as Secretary-Forester. This was the beginning of a fruitful partnership between Hibbard and the association. John Hibbard retired, after a full and successful career, in 2000. His successor Paul Wingle, 2001, served only briefly before resigning. Wingle was succeeded by Adam Moore, 2001-2008. Eric Hammerling, the incumbent Executive Director and Secretary, was appointed in May 2008.

The Connecticut Forest and Park Association has throughout its history established and participated in a variety of outreach activities. These include Connecticut Releaf, Connecticut Trails Day, Project Learning Tree, Walk CT and many more. The CFPA has a long history of lobbying the state government on issues such as the environment, forestry, wildlife, recreation, and trails. Funding and support for the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection has been of particular interest over the years.

The association has maintained multiple headquarters. The original headquarters was located in New Haven from 1906-1956. In 1956 the association moved to Wallingford, then to Hartford from 1964-1968, and then to East Hartford from 1968-1986. In 1986 the CFPA moved to a newly constructed headquarters in Middlefield. The headquarters was named in honor of James L. Goodwin a previous President, 1954-1961, and Director, 1961-1966.

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Scope and Content

The records are arranged into nineteen series which document the organization and activities of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association. The series include: Administrative Files, Minutes, Correspondence, Financial Records, Subject Files, Committee Files, Reports and Studies, Publications, Press Files, Legislative Files, Shaker Pines Corporation Files, Photographs, Slides, Scrapbooks, Maps, Artifacts, Removable Media, Sound Recordings, and Film and Video.

Series 1. Administrative Files, 1920-2010, consists of contacts, staff files and employment information. The series also contains a copy of the constitution and by-laws of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association, as well as additional governance documents.

Series 2. Minutes, 1923-2011, consists of meeting minutes, agendas, and notices from board meetings, the trails committee, and other committees.

Series 3. Correspondence, 1917-2010, contains correspondence of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association. The bulk of the material is from the Secretary-Forester, particularly John E. Hibbard and Adam Moore, and the executive committee.

Series 4. Financial Records, 1933-2012, contains audits, treasurer's reports and budgets and miscellaneous financial information.

Series 5. Subject Files, 1895-2010, consists of material on a wide variety of topics with the majority of material relating to a specific town, state park or trail.

Series 6. Committee Files, 1929-2011, consists of records from the Hiking Trails Committee. Most of the material relates to the status of various sections or trails.

Series 7. Reports and Studies, 1910-2010, contains reports done by and for the Connecticut Forest and Park Association. The majority of the reports concern forestry and conservation. Annual reports, development reports and various other reports concerning the Connecticut Forest and Park Association are also included.

Series 8. Publications, circa 1883-2011, includes a wide variety of publications, newsletters, and pamphlets relating to conservation and forestry. Of particular note is a complete set of Connecticut Woodlands, 1937-2011, and multiple editions of the Connecticut Walk Book.

Series 9. Press Files, 1898-2010, includes clippings, press bulletins and programs.

Series 10. Legislative Files, 1921-2009, consists of records, such as lobbying agendas, scorecards and correspondence, relating to the legislative efforts of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association.

Series 11. Shaker Pines Corporation Files, 1937-1942, consists of financial records and correspondence from the Shaker Pines Corporation. The bulk of the material relates to the winding down of the corporation.

Series 12. Photographs, 1900-2011, consists of photographs on the following topics: State Parks and Forests; trails; programs; Trails Day; workshops; events; clubs, associations and organizations; buildings; landscapes; exhibits and display materials; publication materials; logos; portraits; and photograph albums on various topics.

Series 13. Slides, 1907-2002, consists of slides on the following topics: State Parks and Forests; trails; programs; workshops; events; buildings; landscapes; exhibit materials; publication materials; collections; and duplicate groups of slides.

Series 14. Scrapbooks, circa 1921-1994, consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, pamphlets, booklets, and programs.

Series 15. Maps, 1929-1978, consists of hiking, isolines, and topographic maps.

Series 16. Artifacts, 1996, undated, includes a slide viewer, 35 mm film, badges, silver and blue ribbon, picture and word signs, and trail signs.

Series 17. Removable Media, 1994-2005, contains nine floppy disks and ten compact discs.

Series 18. Sound Recordings, 1966-1993, contains nine sound cassettes and seven reels.

Series 19. Film and Video, 1998, undated, contains four videocassettes (VHS) and one videocassette (U-matic).

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Arrangement

Series 1. Administrative Files, 1920-2010

Series 2. Minutes, 1923-2011

Series 3. Correspondence, 1917-2010

Series 4. Financial Records, 1933-2012

Series 5. Subject Files, 1895-2010

Series 6. Committee Files, 1929-2011

Series 7. Reports and Studies, 1910-2010

Series 8. Publications, circa 1883-2011

Series 9. Press Files, 1898-2010

Series 10. Legislative Files, 1921-2009

Series 11. Shaker Pines Corporation Files, 1937-1942

Series 12. Photographs, 1900-2011

Series 13. Slides, 1907-2002

Series 14. Scrapbooks, circa 1921-1994

Series 15. Maps, 1929-1978

Series 16. Artifacts, 1996, undated

Series 17. Removable Media, 1994-2005

Series 18. Sound Recordings, 1966-1993

Series 19. Film and Video, 1998, undated

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Series 17. Removable Media, 1994-2005, is restricted. Contact State Archives staff for assistance.

Series 18. Sound Recordings, 1966-1993, is restricted. Contact State Archives staff for assistance.

Series 19. Film and Video, 1998, undated, is restricted. Contact State Archives staff for assistance.

These records are stored at an off-site facility and therefore may not be available on a same-day basis.

See the Rules and Procedures for Researchers Using Archival Records and Secured Collections policy.

Restrictions on Use

See the Reproduction and Publications of State Library Collections policy.

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Index Terms

Organizations:

Connecticut Forest and Park Association

Subjects:

Connecticut -- Guidebooks
Connecticut Forest and Park Association -- Periodicals
Forests and forestry -- Connecticut
Forests and forestry -- Connecticut -- Periodicals
Forests and forestry -- Societies, etc.
Hiking -- Connecticut
Hiking -- Connecticut -- Maps
Land use -- Connecticut
Outdoor recreation -- Connecticut
Parks -- Connecticut
Parks -- Connecticut -- Periodicals
Trails -- Connecticut
Trails -- Connecticut -- Maps
Trees -- Connecticut

Places:

Connecticut
East Hartford (Conn.)
Hartford (Conn.)
Middlefield (Conn.)
New Haven (Conn.)
Wallingford (Conn.)
Weatogue (Conn.)

Persons:

Buttrick, Philip L.
Chapman, Herman Haupt, 1874-1963
Goodwin, James L.
Graves, Henry Solon, 1871-1951
Hammerling, Eric
Hawes, Austin F. (Austin Foster), 1879-1962
Heermance, Edgar L.
Hibbard, John E.
Hurford, Archibald W.
Milne, George M.
Moore, Adam
Pinchot, Gifford, 1865-1946
Ross, Robert M.
Shepard, William C.
Smith, David M., 1921-2009
Wingle, Paul
Winslow, Horace, 1814-1905
Woolsey, Theodore S.

Document Types:

Agendas
Brochures
Clippings
Compact discs
Correspondence
Financial records
Floppy disks
Histories
Legal Documents
Maps
Minutes
Notebooks
Pamphlets
Photographs
Press releases
Programs (documents)
Publications
Reports
Scrapbooks
Scripts (documents)
Slides (photographs)
Sound Recordings
Videocassettes

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Administrative Information

Provenance

These records were donated by the Connecticut Forest and Park Association to the Connecticut State Library on December 17, 2012.

Processing Information

Max Otte processed series 1 to 11 of these records from May-August, 2013. Marcia Furman, a student intern from the graduate program of Library and Information Science at Simmons, processed series 12 of the records from June-July, 2015. Marcia Furman processed series 13, 15-16, and 18-19 of the records from January-July, 2016. Allen Ramsey processed series 14 and 17 from 2013-2016.

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Container List

Series 1. Administrative Files, 1920-2010
Box Folder
Agreements, 2006 1 1
Connecticut Forest and Park Association articles of incorporation and by-laws, 1945-1948 2
Constitution of the Connecticut Forestry Association, circa 1922 3
Contracts, 1982-2007 4
Copyright registration form, 2006 5
Director appointments, 1957-1994 6-7
Director appointments, 1997-2007 8
Director resignations, 1965-2000 9
Grant of conservation restrictions, 2007 10
Grants, 2003-2010 11
Job advertisements, 2000 12
Library rules and regulations, undated 13
List of Connecticut Forest and Park Association officers and directors, 1938-2002 14
List of official publications, undated 15
Membership, 1986-1999 16
Nominations, 1941-1999 17
Planning documents, 1980-2007 18
Policies governing the acquisition of land and conservation restrictions, 1981-2002 19
Preliminary employment handbook, 2001 20
Resolutions, 1920-2007 21
Staff files, 1984-1990 22
Series 2. Minutes, 1923-2011
Box Folder
Accounts of annual meetings, 1898-1902, 1928 2 1
Annual meeting accounts were compiled using newspaper accounts under the direction of association secretary P. L. Buttrick
Annual business meeting minutes and reports, 1923-1930 2-3
Minutes, 1931-1938 4-9
Minutes, 1939-2000 3 1-49
Minutes, 2001-2011 4 1-11
Trails Committee meeting minutes, 1929-1975 12-14
Trails Committee meeting minutes, 1975-2001 5 1-14
Trails Committee meeting minutes, 2003-2011 15-20
Series 3. Correspondence, 1917-2010
Box Folder
Correspondence, 1917-1949 6 1-2
Includes information for Mrs. Riddle's bequest of Hill-Stead.
Correspondence, 1951-2005 3-24
Correspondence, 2006-2010 7 1-5
Series 4. Financial Records, 1933-2012
Box Folder
Audits, 1963-2004 7 6-11
Audits, 2006-2007 12
Bankruptcy - chapter eleven documents, 2004 13
Cash receipts analysis and journal, 1989 14
Cash receipts journal, 1993 15
Cash disbursements journal, 2012 16
Economic census, 2002 17
Form 990 ratio analysis, 1998 18
General ledger report, 1993 19
Grant administration, 1992-2006 20
Payment and expense forms, undated 21
Portfolio holdings, 2003 22
Promissory note, 2005 23
Real estate transactions, 1959-2010 24
RWA finances, 2001 25
Treasurer's reports and budgets, 1933-1975 26-45
Treasurer's reports and budgets, 1976-2006 8 1-9
Treasurer's reports and budgets, 2009 10
Series 5. Subject Files, 1895-2010
Box Folder
Addresses at dinner in honor of Austin F Hawes, 1944 8 11
Archival project, 2003, 2007 June 12
Avon parcel records, 2003 13
Berlin parcel records, 2003 14
Biblioscape reference manual, 2003 15
Bluff Point / Haley Farm, 1975-1979 16
Bluff Point State Park, 1984-1991 17
Bridgeport, City of, 1972-1989 18
Cathedral Pines, Cornwall Connecticut - storm damage, 1989 19
Chapman, H. H. - articles, undated 20
Chapman, H. H. - papers regarding 1944-1945 Park and Forest Commission controversy, 1944-1945 21
Charcoal making, 1974 22
Charter Oak, 1985-1993 23
Charts and graphs, undated 24
Cockenoe Island - Westport, Connecticut, 1967-1969 25
Coltsfoot Farm - Cornwall, Connecticut, 1983-1990 26
Connecticut Forest and Park Association headquarters, 1982-1986 27
Connecticut Forest and Park Association historical material, 1904-1924 28
Connecticut Forest and Park Association history, 1993-1994 29
Connecticut Forest and Park Association illustrations, 1895-1927 30
Connecticut Forest and Park Association logos, undated 31
Connecticut Forest and Park Association marketing material, 2007 32
Connecticut Forest and Park Association miscellaneous, 1936-2004 33
Miscellaneous folder includes brochures, publications, memorial write up on William G. Shepard, "Future Importance of Leisure" diagram, The Kresge Foundation press release, CFPA 100 Year Talk list of attendance and sales figures, flyers, and address lists.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association - publications available in CFPA and Yale libraries, 1994 34
Connecticut forestry history - notes, 1969 35
Connecticut Greenways, undated 36
Connecticut / New York state line, 1986 37
Connecticut Outdoor Recreation Guide - original copy, 1976 31 1-2
Photographs with the original copy removed to Series 12. Photographs.
Connecticut Releaf, 1994 8 38
Connecticut River Basin, 1964 39
Connecticut River Highlands - new state park, 2001-2002 40
Connecticut, State of - Department of Environmental Protection - Environment 2000 (goals and management strategies), 1986-1987 41
Department of Environmental Protection budget, 1993 42
Durham parcel records, 2003 43
Dutch Elm Disease, 1974-1993 44
Earth Day 20, 1990, 1989-1994 9 1
East Rock Park - New Haven, Connecticut, 1964 2
Exhibit labels, undated 3
Farmington parcel records, 2003 4
Forces of Nature by Stephen Most, sixth draft, 2007 September, 1 script 31 3
Forest land enhancement program, 2003 9 5
Forestry miscellaneous, 1949-2006 6
Miscellaneous folder includes advertisements, articles, copies of minutes of the State Outdoor Education Committee, duplicate maps of Connecticut showing town boundaries, flyers, and stumpage price survey results.
Forrester and Tidd Associates, 1983-1994 7-8
Fort Shantock, 1994 9
Goodwin Forest Conservation Education Center, 1968-2006 10
Gillette Castle State Park, 1994 11
Glastonbury, Town of, 1988-1991 12
Haddam parcel records, 2003 13
Haley Farm State Park, 1965-1979 14-15
Haley Farm State Park, 1981-1996 16-17
Harkness Memorial State Park Arts Park Proposal, 1992-1993 18
Hawes, Austin F., 1944-1993 19
Heermance, Edgar L., 1935-1979 20
Heermance, Edgar L. - Rocky Top, Hamden, Connecticut, 1987-2005 21
Highway shade trees, 1926-1945 22
History of Connecticut forestry - SAF 1969-1970, 1969-1980 23
Hubbard Park - Meriden, Connecticut, 1966-1975 24
Hunting, 1993-2001 25
Interstate 84, 1969-1982 26
James L. Goodwin Conservation Center, 1964-1965 27-28
Land preservation training program, 1978 29
Leatherman, 1993 30
LLRW, 1991 31
Madison / Guilford parcel records, 2003 32
Marketing proposals, 2003 33
Membership, 1933-1936, 1976, undated 34
Meriden parcel records, 2003 35
Metacomet - Monadnock - Mattabesett, 2005-2009 36
Middletown parcel records, 2003 37
Miscellaneous logos, undated 38
Miscellaneous notes, 1920-1994 39
Miscellaneous remarks, 1922-2004 40
National Wildlife Federation, 1993-2007 41
National Wildlife Federation new logo, undated 42
Natural areas, 1966-1973 43
Newman, Paul, 1986 44
New England Trail, 2007-2010 45
New Haven Hiking Club, 1947-1948 46
Newtown Forestry Association, undated 47
Notes on James L. Goodwin Conservation Center, 1964-1969 48
Osbornedale State Park - Derby, Connecticut, circa 1972-2007 10 1
Olmsted Legacy Trail, 2004-2005 2-3
Pageant - The Peoples Forest by Elliott P. Bronson, 1924, 1 script 31 4
Phelps Property, North Colbrook, Connecticut, 2010 August 1 10 42
Pinchot, Gifford, 1936-2007 4
Pinchot - Muir, 2007 5
Potential closure of Metropolitan District Commission lands, 2010 6
Power lines, undated 7
Questionnaires, 1942 8
Riparian buffer zone, 1994 9
Sample of Connecticut Forest and Park Association material, circa 2000-2002 10
Folder includes pamphlets, brochures, donation card, membership form, environmental agenda, programs, newsletter, stationary, and stickers.
Sanford property appraisal, 1986 11
Saugatuck Nature Trail, 1974 12
Scantic River Valley State Park, 1973-1975 13
Sherwood Island State Park, 1996-2002 14
Silver Sands State Park - New Milford, Connecticut, 1972-1975 15
Simsbury House, 1977-2000 16
Simsbury parcel records, 2003 17
Sleeping Giant Park Association, 1924-1944 31 5
Sleeping Giant Park Association, 1932-1940 10 18
Sleeping Giant Park Association, 1942-1972 19
Southington parcel records, 2003 20
Speaking engagements - Hibbard, John, 1982-1996 21
State forest articles, 1955-1972 22
State (Connecticut) parks, 1986-2000 23-24
State park 75th birthday, 1988 31 6
Stratton Brook State Park - regarding Red Pine salvage cut, 1988 10 25
Summary of thoughts for board seminar, 1992 26
Talcott Mountain, 1963-1994 27-28
Talcott Mountain Forest Protective Association, 1972-2005 29
Talcott Mountain Project, 1963-1966 30
Topsmead State Forest, 1972 31
Town of Hebron, 1969-1993 32
Trail notebooks, circa 2004-2009, 2 notebooks 31 7
Trail notebooks, circa 2008-2010, 1 notebook 32 1
Tree talk, 2006 10 33
Triassic Basin - Connecticut and Massachusetts, 1969-1970 34
Tunxis, 1975-1986 35-36
WalkConnecticut, 2006-2008 37
Western Connecticut Linear Park along Route 7, 1970-1971 38
West Rock Ridge State Park, 1974-1995 39
Wetlands, 2010 40
Wood biomass, 1988 41
Series 6. Committee Files, 1929-2011
Box Folder
Hiking Trails Committee, 1929-2011
Barkhamstead section, 1934-1942 11 1
Bridgeport section, 1933-1949 2
Bristol section, 1930-1948 3
Fairfield section, 1937-1940 4
Glastonbury section, 1940-1947 5
Hartford section, 1929-1985 6
Hartland section, 1937-1948 7
Hiking trails committee, 1929-1996 8-23
Hiking trails committee, 1998-1999 24
Hiking trails committee, 2006-2007 25
Hiking trails committee, 2008-2011 12 1-2
Litchfield section, 1929-1948 3
Manchester section, 1946-1954 4
Mattabesett and George Washington Trails, 1934-1947 5
Mattabesett and Metacomet Trails - Meriden section, 1930-1953 6
Mattatuck Trail - Waterbury section, 1929-1944 7
Metacomet Trail - New Britain section, 1930-1947 8
Middletown section, 1931-1949 9
Naugatuck Valley section, 1932-1949 10
Nepaug Trail, 1967 11
New Haven section, 1929-1959 12
New Preston section, 1940-1944 13
Newtown section, 1937-1943 14
Norwich section, 1932-1957 15
Old Lyme, 1942 16
Peoples Forest, 1929-1942 17-19
Permissions and easements, 1936-1971 20
Quinnipiac Trail - Waterbury section, 1930-1957 21
Roxbury section (Waramaug Trail), 1941-1948 22
Shelton section, 1946 23
Shenipsit and Gay City Trails, 1960-1965 24
Shenipsit Trail, 1973-1977 25
Shore line trails, 1935 26
Stamford section, 1932-1946 27
State trails, 1941-1958 28-30
Storrs section, 1931-1948 31
Suffield section, 1933-1947 32
Talks and publicity, 1930-1941 33
Torrington section, 1937-1948 34
Tunxis Trail, 1967-1979 35-36
Walk Book, 3rd edition, 1946 37
Wallingford section, 1937-1948 38
Washington, Connecticut, 1947 39
Westerly Rhode Island section, 1935-1948 40
Willimantic, 1932-1949 41
Winsted section, 1947 42
Woodbridge section, 1932-1934 43
Woodstock section, 1943 44
Series 7. Reports and Studies, 1910-2010
Box Folder
A challenge for New England: changes in large forest land holdings, undated 13 1
Blue Blazed Hiking Trails report, 2002-2010 2
Botany 411 - the freshwater wetlands of Bluff Point Coastal Reserve, 1976 3
The business of agriculture, 1993 4
Connecticut ecoregion program, 1979 5
Connecticut Energy Advisory Board - report to the governor and general assembly, 1989 6
Connecticut environment review, 1988 7
Connecticut's farmland preservation program annual report, 2001 8
Connecticut Forest and Park Association annual report, 1959-2002 9
Connecticut Forest and Park Association annual report, 2004-2008 10
Connecticut Forest and Park Association development reports, 1989 11
Connecticut Forest and Park Association report of annual meeting, 1958-2003 12
Connecticut Forest and Park Association report of annual meeting, 1984-2008 13
Connecticut Forest and Park Association report of the president, 1935-1984 14
Connecticut Forest and Park Association report of the secretary, 1932-1948 15
Connecticut Forest and Park Association report of the secretary, 1953-1978 16
Connecticut Forest and Park Association summary tables and charts, 2000 17
Connecticut forest roundtable report - input from Connecticut forest stakeholders, 2010 18
Connecticut General Statutes relating to forestry and forest fire control and federal laws relating to forestry, 1983 19
Connecticut's vanishing landscape - the case for land conservation in Connecticut, 1988 20
Connecticut watershed conservation network conference notes, 2008 21
Department of Environmental Protection, 1976 22
Development plan 2003-2010, 2003 23
Draft strategic plan, 2009 24
Driveway impact at Meriden Road, 2006 25
Eastern Connecticut resource conservation and development area, 2006 26
Environmental quality in Connecticut, 2005 27
Forest health highlites - northeastern states, 1995 28
Forest statistics for Connecticut - 1972 and 1985, 1988 29
Forester annual report form, 2006 30
Goodwin Forest Conservation Education Center annual report, 2010 31
Guide to trip by New England section of American Foresters, 1935 32
Guidelines for gypsy moth control recommended by Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1963 33
Landowner attitudes and forest land use in northeastern Connecticut, 1974 34
Memorandum 25: organization, powers and duties, personnel and expenditures of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1936 35
Memorandum 30: organization, powers and duties, personnel and expenditures of the State Park and Forest Commission, 1935-1936 36
Memorandum 34: organization, powers and duties, personnel and expenditures of the Commission on Forests and Wildlife, 1936 37
Memorandum 41: adequacy of state recreational facilities, 1935 38
Memorandum 43: state forests and state parks in Connecticut, 1935 39
Memorandum 44: finances of state departments controlling recreational land, 1935 40
Memorandum 44A: summary of state's interest in recreation, 1935 41
Metacomet - Mattabesett - Monadnock Trail study - Connecticut GIS project, 2003 42
Metacomet - Mattabesett - Monadnock Trail system - national scenic trail feasibility study and environmental assessment draft report, 2006 43
Mystic River Watershed greenway plan, 1989 44
Natural resources task force, 1975 45
1972 Department of Environmental Protection investigation, 1974-1976 46
Non point source pollution: an assessment and management plan, 1989 47
Notable trees, 2001 48
Opportunities and limitations of our resources and the state of our state in 2000 A.D., 1978 49
Planning for sea level rise in southern New England, 1989 50
Proposal for a New England Natural Resources Center, 1969 51
Quinebaug - Shetucket Heritage Corridor, 2005 annual report, 2005 52
Recreational uses of utility and transportation corridors in northeastern Connecticut, 1974 53
Report of the civic improvement commission, 1910 54
Report of the special committee on employment of a forester, undated 55
Report of the special committee on finance, 1934 56
Report of the forestry committee, 1966 57
Response of the Department of Environmental Protection to draft report of Legislative Program Reviews and Investigations Committee, 1976 14 1
Review of trail agreements, license agreements and easements, 2006 2
Salmon Brook Associates, 2004 3
State of the State Parks, 2007 4
Statement on the effects of pollution on our coastal and estuarine waters, 1968 5
SCORP - Connecticut outdoor recreation 1989 action plan, 1989 6
Taxing the tree farm - sensible policies for sensible private forestry, 1988 7
Vegetation - management of wetland forests, 1970 8
Series 8. Publications, circa 1883-2011
Box Folder
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. Agriculture and Wetlands Protection in Connecticut, 1993 14 9
The Billboard: A Blot on Nature and a Parasite on Public Improvements. New York: Committee of State and Local Officials of New York and Civic Organizations, 1939 January 2 10
Blue Blazes: A Newsletter for CFPA Volunteers. Middlefield, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1997-2011 11
Graves, Arthur Harmount. "Breeding Chestnuts for Timber". Journal of the New York Botanical Garden 50, no. 599, 1949 November 12
Newall, Charles A. Bridle Trails in Massachusetts, 1934 January 27 13
Fernow, Bernard E. A Brief History of Forestry in Europe, The United States, and Other Countries: A course of lectures delivered before the Yale Forest School. New Haven: Price, Lee, & Adkins Co., 1907 14
Graves, Arthur Harmount. The Brooklyn Botanical Garden, 1945 15
Celebrate 75 Years - Connecticut State Parks, 1988 16
Barrell, Joseph. Central Connecticut in the Geologic Past. Bulletin No. 23. Hartford: State of Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1915 17
Sweeney, Frank. The Changing Forest Situation A Study of Conservation on State and Private Forest Lands. New York: American Enterprise Association, Inc., 1950 18
Gephard, Stephen R. A History of Chapman's Pond and its Preservation, 1982 19
Hawes, Austin F. Chestnut in Connecticut and the Improvement of the Woodlot. Bulletin 154, Forestry Publication No. 2. New Haven: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1906 September 20
Connecticut, undated 21
Jenkins, Edward H. Connecticut Agriculture. Reprinted from History of Connecticut. State History Company, Inc., circa 1925 22
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station bulletin numbers 54, 174, 194, 201, 237, 262, 292, 328, 412, 413, 463, 494, 523, and 545, 1913-1951 23-25
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station reports, 1913, 1916 26
The Connecticut Council on Environmental Quality Annual Report, 1978 27
Connecticut Forestry Association The Outlook in 1902, 1902 28
Connecticut Forestry Association, 1923-1928 29
Buttrick, P.L. Town Forests and Parks for Connecticut. Publication number 15. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1925, 2 duplicate booklets
Roadside Shade Trees A Manual of Roadside Improvements for Tree Wardens and Others Interested. Publication number 18. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1928, 2 duplicate manuals
Connecticut Forests. Connecticut Forestry Association publication number 12. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1923, 3 duplicate publications
A Forest, Park and Wild Life Conservation Program for Connecticut. Outline of Forestry and allied Legislation submitted to 1925 Session of Connecticut General Assembly. Connecticut Forestry Association publication number 14. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1925
Buttrick, P.L. Highway Trees and Roadside Improvement for Connecticut. Connecticut Forestry Association publication number 16. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1926
State Forests and Parks - A Dividend Paying Investment for Connecticut. Connecticut Forestry Association publication number 17. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1927
Winslow, Mary. "Connecticut Forestry Association - A Bit of History". Connecticut Quarterly 4, no. 3, circa 1898, typescript copy 14 30
Connecticut Forestry Association bulletins, 31-33
Fourth Annual Bulletin of the Connecticut Forestry Association., 1906, 2 duplicate bulletins
Fifth Annual Bulletin of the Connecticut Forestry Association. Publication number 5. Hartford: The Hartford Printing Co., 1907, 2 duplicate bulletins
Proceedings of the Connecticut Forestry Association. Publication number 6. Hartford: The Hartford Printing Co., 1909, 2 duplicate bulletins
Proceedings of the Connecticut Forestry Association. Publication number 7. Hartford: The Hartford Printing Co., 1909-1911, 5 duplicate bulletins
Proceedings of the Connecticut Forestry Association. Publication number 8. Hartford: The Hartford Printing Co., 1912-1914, 4 duplicate bulletins
Connecticut Forest and Park Association bulletins, 1942 14 34
Connecticut Forestry Association publications, 1965 35-36
A Forestry Policy for Connecticut. Report of a Special Meeting of the Connecticut Forestry Association held in Hartford, Connecticut, November 27, 1920. Publication number 9., 1921, 5 duplicate reports
Connecticut Forestry Association proceedings, 1922 September 1, 4 duplicate reports
Graves, H. S. What State Forests will Mean to Rural Connecticut. Reprinted from 1923 report of the Connecticut Forestry Association. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1924
Greely, W. B. Use of Idle Land. Reprinted from 1923 report of the Connecticut Forestry Association. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1924
Connecticut Forest and Park Association News, 1989-1993 14 37
Connecticut Forest and Park Association Newsletter, 1968-1979 38
Includes notices and programs for field meetings.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association Newsletter, 1979-1988 39
Includes notices and programs for field meetings.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association pamphlets, circa 1934-2004 40
A little foresight...can protect our landscape - forever. The Hibbard Trust for Land and Trails, circa 2004
The Connecticut Forest and Park Association, undated
Connecticut Forest and Park Association Conserving Connecticut's Land and Natural Resources Join Today, undated
Connecticut Forest Facts, undated, 2 pamphlets
Connecticut's Forest Stewardship Program, undated
Conserving Connecticut, undated, 2 pamphlets
Dollars from your Woodlot. Publication number 39, 1938
Motor Vehicles and Taxes in Connecticut, circa 1934, 4 duplicate pamphlets
Connecticut Forest and Park Association publications, 1928-1965 15 1
The People's Forest. What it is and How it Answers the Question: What can you do for Forestry in Connecticut? Publication number 13. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1924 March
The People's Forest. What it is and How it Answers the Question: What can you do for Forestry in Connecticut? 3rd edition. Publication number 13. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1928 April, 2 duplicate copies
Connecticut's State Forest Purchase Program. An Address of Herman H. Chapman, President of Commission on Forests and Wild Life. Delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association, Hartford, Connecticut, March 13, 1935. Publication number 27. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1935, 7 duplicate publications
Connecticut Ski Trails. Publication number 34. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1937 January
Chapman, H. H. Shall Our State Parks be Self Supporting? Publication number 38. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1938 May
Heermance, Edgar L. Practical Forestry and Forest Trees of Connecticut. Publication number 40. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1939 May, 3 duplicate publications
How to Burn Wood: New Methods and New Markets. Fourth revised edition. Publication number 33c. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1941
Town Forests. Publication number 44. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1945 May
Forest Trees of Southern New England. Publication number 45b. East Hartford: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1965
The Connecticut Guide. Hartford: Emergency Relief Commission, 1935 15 2
Hicock, Henry W. and Bruce B. Miner. Connecticut in Perspective: A Bicentennial View of Its Land and Its People. Reprinted from Connecticut Woodlands Summer-Fall issue, 1976. East Hartford: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, circa 1976, 2 duplicate publications 3
Sohon, Julian A. and Dr. Alexander N. Winchell, ed. Connecticut Minerals their Properties and Occurance. Bulletin number 77. Hartford: State of Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1951 4
Connecticut's Forest Fire Problem. Report on the State-Wide Forest Fire Conference held at Hartford, Connecticut, 1926 June 24 5
Whyte, William H. Connecticut's Natural Resources A Proposal for Action, 1962 June 6
Good, Peter, Julie Victoria and Jenny Dickson. Connecticut's Nonharvested Wildlife Program: A Summary of Current Projects and Activities. Hartford: Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Natural Resources, Wildlife Division, 1994 January 7
"What Connecticut's Environmentalists Expect of You". Connecticut Nursery and Landscape issue 1, 2009 8
The Connecticut River Guide. Greenfield, MA: Connecticut River Watershed Council, Inc., 1966 9
Guide envelope contains a book and 3 maps.
Connecticut State Parks, 1917, 1932 10
Connecticut State Parks A Reprint of the Report of the State Park Commission to the Governor. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1917
Connecticut State Parks A Report on their Growth, Cost, and Use, 1914-1931. Hartford: State Park and Forest Commission, 1932 October
The Connecticut Trail System "Follow the Blue Blazes" trail folders, 1928-1935 15 11-12
Appalachian Trail. Publication number 19 M. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1934 May 10
Appalachian Trail. Publication number 19 N. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1934 May, 5 duplicate trail folders
Appalachian Trail, South Portion. Publication number 19 F. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1931 October, 2 duplicate trail folders
Mattabesett Trail. Publication number 19 K. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1932 May, 4 duplicate trail folders
Mattatuck Trail. Publication number 19 J. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1932 May, 5 duplicate trail folders
Mattatuck Trail. Publication number 19 Q. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1936 February, 2 copies
Mattatuck Trail, Eastern Section. Publication number 19-I. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1932 April 11
Metacomet Trail. Publication number 19 O. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1935 October, 2 duplicate trail folders
Quinnipiac Trail. Publication number 19 D. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1931 July, 5 duplicate trail folders
Quinnipiac Trail. Publication number 19 E. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1931 September, 4 duplicate trail folders
Quinnipiac Trail, Southern Portion. Publication number 19 A. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1930 April, 2 duplicate trail folders
Tunxis Trail, Southern Portion. Publication number 19 G. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1931 October
Tunxis Trail, Southern Portion. Publication number 19 G, second edition. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1932 November, 5 duplicate trail folders
Tunxis Trail, Southern Section. Publication number 19-L. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1932 May 28, 3 duplicate trail folders
Mattatuck Trail. Publication number 19 Q. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1936 February 7
Mattabesett Trail and Metacomet Trail, Southern Portion. Publication number 19 P. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1935 November 15, 2 duplicate trail folders
Connecticut outdoor recreation guides, 1936, 1976 15 13
Outdoor Recreation Guide for State Parks and Forests in Connecticut. Publication number 31. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1936 May, 2 duplicate copies
Connecticut Outdoor Recreation Guide. Bicentennial edition. Publication number 46-A. East Hartford: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1976
Connecticut State College Extension Service bulletins, 1923-1948 15 14
Moss, A. E. Growing Timber as a Farm Crop. Bulletin number 59. Storrs, CT: Connecticut Agricultural College Extension Service, 1923 February
Living from the Farm. Bulletin number 182. Storrs, CT: Connecticut State College Extension Service, 1933 April
Morgan, M. F. and Albert E. Wilkinson. Fertilizer and Lime for Vegetables. Bulletin number 265. Storrs, CT: Connecticut State College Extension Service, 1938 June
Rollins, H. A. Red Raspberry Culture in Connecticut. Bulletin number 275, revision of bulletin number 172. Storrs, CT: Connecticut State College Extension Service, 1939 March
Morgan, M. F. and H. G. M. Jacobson. Soil Management for Intensive Vegetable Production on Sandy Connecticut Valley Land. Bulletin number 439. New Haven: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1940 October
Kienholz, Dr. Raymond and Floyd M. CallwardForest Weeding. Bulletin number 310. Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut Extension Service, 1941 June
Fenton, Richard H. and Floyd M. Callward. Home-Grown Christmas Trees for Connecticut. Bulletin number 409. Storrs, CT: Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Connecticut, 1933 April
50th Anniversary Connecticut State Park & Forest Commission, 1963 32 2
Connecticut State Parks Major Projects. For the Biennium ending June 30, 1937. Designs Specially Prepared for the Legislative Committees on State Parks and Reservations and on Appropriations, 1935 March 15, 3 copies 3
Connecticut State Parks & Recreation Areas. Hartford: State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Office of State Parks and Recreation, undated, 1 pamphlet 15 15
Connecticut State Parks A Report of their Growth, Cost, and Use 1914-1931. Hartford: State Park and Forest Commission, 1932 October 16
SCORP Connecticut Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan 1987-1992. Fifth revision. Hartford: State of Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, circa 1987 17
Connecticut Walk Books, 1937-1984 18-27
Connecticut Walk Book. Publication number 36. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1937 October
Connecticut Walk Book Revised Edition with Ski Trails. Publication number 36c. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1940 May, 2 duplicate walk books
Connecticut Walk Book Third Edition. Publication number 36d. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1946 August
Connecticut Walk Book Fourth Edition. Publication number 36e. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1953 September
Connecticut Walk Book Fifth Edition. Publication number 36g. Wallingford, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1961 July, 2 duplicate walk books
Connecticut Walk Book Sixth Edition. Publication number 36i. Hartford: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1965
Connecticut Walk Book Seventh Edition. Publication number 36j. Hartford: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1968
Connecticut Walk Book Ninth Edition. Publication number 36L. East Hartford, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1971
Connecticut Walk Book Fourteenth Edition. Publication number 36Q. East Hartford, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1984
Connecticut Walk Books, 1987-1997 16 1-4
Connecticut Walk Book Fifteenth Edition. Publication number 36-R. Middletown, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1987
Connecticut Walk Book Sixteenth Edition. Publication number 36-S. Middletown, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1990
Connecticut Walk Book Seventeenth Edition. Publication number 36-T. Middlefield, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1993
Connecticut Walk Book Eighteenth Edition - 60th Anniversary Edition. Publication number 36-U. Middletown, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1997
Connecticut Wood Energy Kit - A guide for small commercial/industrial installation or conversion, 1988 16 5
Connecticut Woodlands, 1936-1969, 17 volumes 23 1-17
Connecticut Woodlands, 1970-1997, 14 volumes 24 1-14
Connecticut Woodlands, 1998-2011, 7 volumes 25 1-7
Lowdermilk, W. C. Conquest of the Land through 7,000 years. Agriculture Information Bulletin number 99. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1953 16 6
Harper, Walter L. and Edwin D. Carpenter. Contemporary Ground Covers. Storrs, CT: Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Connecticut, 1967 7
Copies of early Connecticut Forestry Association publications, 1899-1905 8
Includes copies of list of members and officers from annual reports for 1903-1905; and a copy of "A Bit of History".
Copies of historic publications, 1899-1942, 9 photocopies 9
Includes copies of "Practical Forestry" (1939); "Publication no. 11" (1922); "Connecticut Needs Forests and Parks" (1927); "Fourth Annual Bulletin of the Connecticut Forestry Association" (1906); "A Bit of History" (1899); "Roadside Woodland Reservations" (1931); "Flood Control in Connecticut" (1936); "Bulletin" (1942); and "Connecticut Highway Shade Tree Conference Opens Way for Constructive Program" (1926).
Bell, Michael M. "Did New England Go Downhill?" Geographical Review 79, no. 4 New York: American Geographical Society of New York, 1989 10
Digest of Connecticut Administrative Reports to the Governor 1946-1947. Public document number 97. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1947 11
Krug, E.C. and C. R. Frink. Effects of Acid Rain on Soil and Water. Bulletin 811. New Haven: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1983 November 12
Buttrick, P.L. The Effect of Forest Fires on Trees and Reproduction in Southern New England. Reprinted from volume 10, number 2 Forestry Quarterly, undated 13
Hawley, Ralph C. and William Maughan. The Eli Whitney Forest A Demonstration of Forestry Practice. Bulletin number 27. New Haven: Yale University School of Forestry, 1930 14
Explorer's Guide to Nature in Eastern Connecticut. Columbia, CT: Sierra Club, Connecticut Chapter, Northeast Group, 1988 15
Digman, Dr. Ralph E. An Exposure of the Triassic Eastern Border Fault. Miscellaneous series number 2 reprinted from the American Journal on Science 248, number 1, pages 37-45. State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, 1950 16
Extra important copies of early Connecticut Forestry Association publications, 1899-1905, 7 photocopies 17
Includes four copies of the first page of "A Bit of History" (1899); and three copies of an annual report list of members for 1904-1905.
Doppel, Alfred A. Farm Forest Tree Planting. Bulletin number 96. Storrs, CT: Connecticut Agricultural College Extension Service, 1926 March 18
Fire Warden Directory. Hartford: State Park and Forest Commission, Forestry Division, 1950 19
Fishing for Values: A Primer for River Protection Activists in the use of Contingent Valuation as an Economic Tool for Conserving Anadromous Fisheries. Volume 1. Montpelier, VT: Northeast Natural Resource Center of the Natioanl Wildlife Federation and River Watch Network, 1995 June 20
State Board of Fisheries and Game, Lake and Pond Survey Unit. A Fishery Survey of Important Connecticut Lakes. Bulletin number 63. Public document number 47. Hartford: State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1942 21
80th Anniversary Connecticut State Park and Forest Commission., 1963, 2 duplicate copies 22
Fiftieth Anniversary Connecticut Forest and Park Association., 1946 23
Fifty-Fifth Annual Report of the Commissioners oF Public Parks. New Haven: City of New Haven, Department of Parks, 1943 24
Flood Control Papers Presented at the Sixty-Second Annual Meeting of the American Forestry Association. Washington, D.C.: American Forestry Association, 1937 25
Forest Lands of the United States, Report of the Joint Committee on Forestry, Congress of the United States, Pursuant to S. Con. Res. 31 (75th Congress) [and] H. Con. Res. 11, 23, and 51 (76th Congress). 77th Congress, 1st Session, document number 32. Washington, D.C.: United States Government Printing Office, 1941 26
Smith, David M. The Forests of the United States., 1980 27
Goodman, Robert B. Forest Management., 1927 28
Goodman, Robert B. Forest Products Utilization in the National Economy., 1940, 2 duplicate copies 29
Lunt, Herbert A. The Forest Soils of Connecticut. Bulletin number 523. New Haven: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1948 July 30
Forest Trees of Connecticut A Pocket Manual. Hartford: Connecticut State Park and Forest Commission, 1929 31
Forest Trees of Southern New England, 1955-1974, undated 17 1
Forest Trees Common to Southern New England and Adjacent Areas in New York State A Pocket Manual. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1955
Forest Trees of Southern New England. Hartford: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1965
Forest Trees of Southern New England. East Hartford: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1974
Forest Trees of Southern New England. Middletown: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, undated
Sudworth, George B. Check List of the Forest Trees of the United States Their Names and Ranges. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Division of Forestry, bulletin number 17. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1898 17 2
The Forestry Primer. Washington, D.C.: American Tree Association, 1926, 2 duplicate copies 3
Korstian, Clarence F. Forestry on Private Lands in the United States. Duke University School of Forestry bulletin 8. Durham, NC: Duke University, 1944 4
Forests in Flood Control, Supplemental Report to the Committee on Flood Control, House of Representatives, Seventy-Fourth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 12517 To Provide for a Permanent System of Flood Control and for Other Purposes. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1936, 3 duplicate copies 5
Four Years Along Connecticut Highways. Hartford: State Highway Department, Bureau of Roadside Development, circa 1931 6
Fourth Annual Bulletin of the Connecticut Forestry Association. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1906 7
Frontiers of Plant Science. 22, no. 1 and 56, no. 1. New Haven: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1969, 2005 8
Agar, William Macdonough. The Geology of the Shepaug Aqueduct Tunnel, Litchfield County, Connecticut. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1927 9
Flint, Richard Foster. The Glacial Geology of Connecticut. State Geological and Natural History Survey bulletin number 47. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1930 10
Greenways for Connecticut. A Report to the Governor from the Connecticut Greenways Committee Hartford: The Greenways Committee, 1994 December, 2 duplicate copies 11
Guides to the Appalachian Trail, 1931-1938 12
The Connecticut Trail System "Follow the Blue Blazes". Appalachian Trail, South Portion. Publication number 19 F. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1931 October
The Connecticut Trail System "Follow the Blue Blazes". Appalachian Trail (South) and Mattatuck Trail (West). Publication number 19 H. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1931 November 1
The Connecticut Trail System "Follow the Blue Blazes". Appalachian Trail. Publication number 19 N. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1934 May
Guide to the Appalachian Trail in Maine. Publication number 4 (Third Edition). Washington, D.C.: The Appalachian Trail Conference, 1938
Guide to the Appalachian Trail in New England. Publication number 21. Boston: New England Trail Conference, 1933
Guide to Connecticut State Parks and Forests. Hartford: State Park and Forest Commission, 1924 17 13
Rice, Wiliam North and Wilbur Garland Foye. Guide to the Geology of Middletown, Connecticut, and Vicinity. State Geological and Natural History Survey bulletin number 41. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1927 14
Guide Book of the Long Trail Eleventh Edition. Rutland, VT: The Green Mountain Club, Inc., 1937 15
A Guide to Protecting Our Blue Trails., undated 16
Harvard Forest Bulletins, 1936-1955 17-18
Hosley, N. W. Norway Spruce in the North Eastern United States: A Study of Existing Plantations. Bulletin number 19. Petersham, MA: Harvard Forest, 1936
Cline, A. C. and S. H. Spurr. The Virgin Upland Forest of Central New England: A Study of Old Growth Stands in the Pisgah Mountain Section of Southwestern New Hampshire. Bulletin number 21. Petersham, MA: Harvard Forest, 1942
Bess, Henry A., Stephen H. Spurr, and E. W. Littlefield. Forest Site Conditions and the Gypsy Moth. Bulletin number 22. Petersham, MA: Harvard Forest, 1947
Stout, Benjamin B. Species Distribution and Soils in the Harvard Forest. Bulletin number 24. Petersham, MA: Harvard Forest, 1952
Goodlett, John C. Vegetation Adjacent to the Border of the Wisconsin Drift in Potter County, Pennsylvania. Bulletin number 25. Petersham, MA: Harvard Forest, 1954
Barraclough, Solon L. and Ernest M. Gould, Jr. Economic Analysis of Farm Forest Operating Units. Bulletin number 26. Petersham, MA: Harvard Forest, 1955
Hawes, Austin F. A Christmas Greeting, 1956-1962 17 19
Hawes, Austin F. publications, 1908-1928 20
Annual Report of the Forester. Part IV, forestry publication number 4, 1908
Forest Fires in Connecticut, 1910-1922 (inclusive). Hartford: State Forester, 1923
The Work of a Forest Protective Association. Hartford: State Forester, 1924
Fletcher, E. D. and Austin F. Hawes. The Use of Lumber and Wood in Connecticut, 1928
Hawes, Austin F. History of Forestry in Connecticut, Volume 1, 1849-1933, circa 1957 17 21
Hawes, Austin F. History of Forestry in Connecticut, Volume 2, 1934-1944, circa 1957 22-23
1 typescript copy and 1 photocopy.
Hicock, Henry W. History of Forestry in Connecticut, circa 1949 24
Altamura, Robert J. A History of the State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut. Reprinted from The State Geological Surveys - A History. Hartford: Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Natural Resources Center, State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, 1989 18 1
The Home Landscape. Storrs, CT: University of Connecticut, College of Agriculture Extension Service, 1962, 1964 2
Warner, Benjamin A. How Barkhamsted Got Its Name: And Other Short Stories and Poems, 1992 3
How to Burn Wood. 6th ed. Bulletin number 28. New Haven: Northeastern Wood Utilization Council, 1949 June, 3 duplicate copies 4
The Hunter in Conservation: A collection of studies and reports summarizing the role of the hunter in the American conservation movement. Newtown, CT: Council for Wildlife Conservation and Education, 1996 5
Roosevelt, Theodore. Hunting Trips on the Prairie and in the Mountains, "Hunting Trips of a Ranchman", Part II. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1902 6
Hawes, Austin F. Hurricane Damaged Forests Still An Important State Asset. Rockville, CT: T. F. Rady & Co., 1939, 2 duplicate copies 7
Libby, George K. Jess Ramblin', circa 1978 8
Price, Overton W. The Land We Live In: The Boys' Book of Conservation. Boston: Small, Maynard and Company, 1911, 1 book 9
Landscape and the Environment: Patterns for the Future. New London, CT: Program in Human Ecology, Connecticut College, 1982 10
The Legend of the Sleeping Giant. A Poem. New Haven, 1887 11
Peirson, H. B. The Life History and Control of the Pales Weevil (Hylobius Pales). Bulletin number 3. Petersham, MA: Harvard Forest, 1921 12
Log Skidder Safety Manual for operators and mechanics. Chicago: Equipment Manufacturers Institute, 1990 13
Logging and Water Quality in Connecticut: A Practical Guide for Protecting Water Quality while Harvesting Forest Products. East Hartford, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1982 14
Moore, Fred Holmsley, M.A. Marbles and Limestones of Connecticut. Bulletin number 56. Public document number 47. Hartford: State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1935 15
Merritt Parkway Number. Bridgeport: Fairfield County Planning Association, 1933 November 16
Message of Governor Gifford Pinchot to the General Assembly of Pennsylvania. Delivered in Person to the Joint Session in the House of Representatives, 1927 January 4 17
Miscellaneous Connecticut Forest and Park Association publications, 1922-1957, undated 18-20
A Mile of Shade Tree to Commemorate George Washington Bicentennial, 1732-1932. Publication number 23. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1932 March, 2 duplicate copies
Cline, A. C. and H. J. MacAloney. Additional Notes on the Improvement of Weeviled White Pine Plantations. Publication number 24. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, undated, 2 duplicate copies
Better Roadsides. Publication number 41. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1940 January
The Connecticut Forest and Park Association and Its Work. Publication number 28. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, undated, 3 duplicate copies
Connecticut Woodland. Volume 1, no. 1. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1936 February
Do You Know Why Connecticut Needs State Forests? Publication number 25. Forestry puzzle number 1. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, undated, 2 duplicate copies
Editorial Endorsement of Work of Connecticut Forest and Park Association in Connection with Roadside Beautification, "Roadside Snapshots", Editorial from New Haven Register, 1930 August 31
The Farmer and Sportsman in Connecticut: A Cooperative Program of Wildlife Restoration. Hartford: Connecticut State Board of Fisheries and Game, 1934 November
A Forest, Park and Wild Life Conservation Program for Connecticut: Outline of Forestry and allied Legislation submitted to 1925 Session of Connecticut General Assembly. Publication number 14. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1925 January
Graves, Col. Henry S. Forestry and Rural Organization, 1922 May 27, 3 duplicate copies
How to Burn Wood: New Methods and New Markets. Publication numbers 33, 33a, and 33c-d. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1936-1942
How to Cut Wood with Less Labor. Publication number 43. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1942 October
Buttrick, P. L. and G. A. Cromie. The Organization of City Shade Tree Work. Reprinted from The American City Magazine, 1927 May
Remarks by Henry S. Graves at the Dedication of the Toumey Road in the Mohawk State Forest, Cromwall, Connecticut. Delivered at the Spring Field Meeting of the Connecticut Forest and Park Association. Publication number 29. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1935 June 15, 2 duplicate copies
Roadside Woodland Reservations. Publication number 20. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1931 May
Roadside Shade Trees: A Manual of Roadside Improvement for Tree Wardens and Others Interested. Publication number 18. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1928 January
Sherwood Island and what it means to -- Connecticut - Fairfield County - the Town of Westport. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1925 February
Supplement to the Connecticut Walk Book. Wallingford, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1957 August
Town Forests. Publication number 44. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1945 May
Buttrick, P. L. Town Forests and Parks for Connecticut. Publication number 15. New Haven: Connecticut Forestry Association, 1925 December, 2 duplicate copies
Township Zoning. Publication number 37. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1938 April, 4 duplicate copies
Volunteers Needed in every Connecticut Town to Assist in the War on Dutch Elm Disease. Publication number 26. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1935 January, 3 duplicate copies
Miscellaneous pamphlets, circa 2005, undated 18 21
The Community Investment Act: A Guide to Public Act 228, circa 2005
The Governor's Residence Conservancy, Restoring Connecticut's first house, undated
Hill-Stead Museum Trail Guide, undated
Lyman Orchards. A Country Tradition Since 1741. Middlefield, CT: Lyman Orchards, undated
Miscellaneous publications, 1932, 1936 18 22
The Principles and Policy for the Government and Control of the Connecticut State Parks, Approved by the Governor, May, 1918. Hartford: Connecticut State Park and Forest Commission, 1936 May 1
Tramping Trails in New England. Publication number 20. Pittsfield, MA: New England Trail Conference, 1932
Buttrick, P. L. Connecticut's State Flower the Mountain Laurel: A Forest Plant. Publication number 1. New Haven: Marsh Botanical Garden of Yale University, 1924, 2 duplicate copies 18 23
Taylor, Sally L., Glenn D. Dreyer, and William A. Niering. Native Shrubs for Landscaping. Bulletin number 30. New London, CT: The Connecticut Arboretum at Connecticut College, 1987 September 24
New England Trail Conference, 1921-1932 25
Pray, James Sturgis. Beauty in Trails: An Address Before the New England Trail Conference, January 19, 1923. Publication number 9. Boston: New England Trail Conference, 1923
Comey, Arthur C. Going Light. Publication number 11. Boston: New England Trail Conference, 1924
Comey, Arthur C. Going Light. 2nd edition. Publication number 11. Boston: New England Trail Conference, 1932
Howard, William G. Open Camps. Publication number 7. Boston: New England Trail Conference, 1922
Comey, Arthur C. and Paul R. Jenks. Sign Painting. Publication number 8. Boston: New England Trail Conference, 1923
Goodrich, Nathaniel L., et al. Standards of Trail Construction and Maintenance, Logging Road Trails, the Naming of Trails, [and] Trail Signs. Publication number 6. Boston: New England Trail Conference, 1921
Backus, Dana C. The Summer Camp on the Trail. Publication number 18. New Haven: New England Trail Conference, 1931
Goodrich, N. L. Trail Location: A Paper Delivered before New England Trail Conference, January 23, 1925. Publication number 14. Boston: New England Trail Conference, 1926
Northeastern Wood Utilization Council bulletins, 1946-1952 18 26
Connwood Incorporated: An Experiment in Cooperative Marketing. Bulletin number 34. New Haven: Northeastern Wood Utilization Council, Inc., 1951 April
Extractives from Northeastern Woods. Bulletin number 9. New Haven: Northeastern Wood Utilization Council, 1946 August
Marketing Sawdust and Chipped Wood. Bulletin number 38. New Haven: Northeastern Wood Utilization Council, Inc., 1952 March
New Developments in Hardwood Pulp. Bulletin number 14. New Haven: Northeastern Wood Utilization Council, 1947 January
The Pulping of Southern New England Hardwoods. Bulletin number 20. New Haven: Northeastern Wood Utilization Council, 1948 June
Tannin from Waste Bark. Bulletin number 39. New Haven: Northeastern Wood Utilization Council, Inc., 1952 September
Stewart, Lincoln, M. A. The Petrology of the Prospect Porphyritic Gneiss of Connecticut. Bulletin number 55. Hartford: State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1935 18 27
Bishop, James S. Pheasant Mortality and Nesting Success. Canton Center Study Area, January, 1941 through June, 1942. Report of Pittman-Robertson Project 3-R. Pittman-Robertson bulletin number 1. Hartford: Connecticut Board of Fisheries and Game, 1944 28
Pinchot publications, 1900-1914 29-31
Pinchot, Gifford. A Primer of Forestry. Part I - The Forest. Bulletin number 24. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1900, 1 book
Pinchot, Gifford. A Primer of Forestry. Part II - Practical Forestry. Bulletin number 24, part II. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1905, 1 book
Pinchot, Gifford. The Training of a Forester. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1914, 1 book
Pinchot, Gifford. The Training of a Forester. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1914, 1 book
Included with the book are 2 pages (front and back) from Helen Cody Wetmore's Last of the Great Scouts: The Life Story of William F. Cody.
Plan of Work for Conducting the Connecticut Forest Resource Plan. East Hartford, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1982, 3 duplicate copies 18 32
Prepared under contract with the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection.
Plant Life. Storrs, CT: Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Connecticut, circa 1965 33
Pinchot, Gifford. The Power Monopoly: Its Make-Up and Its Menace, 1928 19 1
A Practical Guide for Protecting Water Quality while Harvesting Forest Products. Connecticut RC&D Forestry Committee, 1990 2
Hawes, Austin F. The Present Condition of Connecticut Forests, A Neglected Resource. Hartford: State Forester, 1933, 2 duplicate copies 3
Small, Stephen J. Preserving Family Lands: A Landowner's Introduction to Tax Issues and Other Considerations. Boston: Powers & Hall Professional Corporation, 1988 4
Proceedings of the American Forestry Congress at its Sessions Held at Cincinnnati, Ohio, in April, 1882, and at Montreal, Canada, in August, 1882. Washington: American Forestry Congress, 1883 5
Proceedings of the Connecticut Forestry Association. Publication numbers 5, 6, and 8. Hartford: Hartford Printing Co., 1907-1914, 2 duplicate copies of publication number 6 6-7
Project Learning Tree publications, 1998-2007 32 4
Exploring Environmental Issues: Focus on Risk. Washington, D.C.: American Forest Foundation, 1998
John R. Camp Outdoor Classroom and Demonstration Forest. Project Learning Tree Loop Trail Educator Guidebook. Rockfall, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 2000
Pre K-8 Environmental Education Activity Guide. Washington, D.C.: American Forest Foundation, 2007
Proposed: A Plan of Conservation and Development for Connecticut. Hartford: Connecticut Office of State Planning, 1973 January 26
Broderick, Steve. Protecting Family Lands: A Starter kit for Farm and Forest Owners in the Quinebaug-Shetucket National Heritage Corridor, undated 19 8
Buttrick, Philip Laurance, M.F. Public and Semi-Public Lands of Connecticut. Bulletin No. 49. Hartford: State of Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1930, 2 duplicate copies 9
Phillips, John C. and Thomas D. Cabot. Quick-Water and Smooth: A Canoeist's Guide to New England Rivers. Brattleboro: Stephen Daye Press, 1935 10
Report of the Connecticut State Board of Fisheries and Game. Public document number 19. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1938-1946 11
Includes the twenty-third biennial report and the twenty-sixth biennial report.
Report of the Commission on Forests and Wild Life. Public document number 81. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1925-1945 12
Includes 2 duplicate copies of the report for fiscal years, July 1, 1925-June 30, 1930 and 2 duplicate copies of the report for fifteen years July 1, 1930-June 30, 1945.
Report of the Connecticut State Parks and Forests. Public document number 60. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1928-1934 13
Includes report for fiscal year July 1, 1928-June 30, 1930; 2 duplicate copies of the tenth biennial report for fiscal years July 1, 1930-June 30, 1932; and 2 duplicate copies of the eleventh biennial report for fiscal years July 1, 1932-June 30, 1934.
Report of the Special Commission on Taxation of Woodland to the General Assembly of 1913. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1912 14
Filley, Walter O. Report of the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, Eighth Report of the State Forester, 1915, Being Part III of the Annual Report, 1915 15
Reports of the State Park and Forest Commission, 1922-1944 16-19
Suttie, Roscoe Henry, C.E. Report on the Water Resources of Connecticut. Bulletin No. 44. Hartford: State of Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1928 20
Woolsey, Theodore S., Jr. Riding the Chuck Line: A Forester in Peace and War. New Haven: The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, 1930 21
Rocks and Minerals of Connecticut. Miscellaneous series number 1. Hartford: State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, 1949 22
Rounding Out the Giant: The First Opportunity in Several Years for Substantial Progress Toward Completing the Sleeping Giant State Park. New Haven: Sleeping Giant Park Association, Inc., 1940 May, 10 duplicate copies 23
Sanctuary. Newsletter of the White Memorial Conservation Center. Vol. XXI, no. 4, 2003-2004 24
Pack, Charles Lathrop. The School Book of Forestry. Washington, D.C.: The American Tree Association, 1922 25
Frothingham, Earl H. Second-Growth Hardwoods in Connecticut. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service bulletin 96. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1912 20 1
Chapman, H. H. Shall Our State Parks be Self Supporting? Publication number 38. New Haven: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1938 May 2
Sketches, undated 3
Comey, Arthur C. Ski Trail Standards. Reprinted from Appalachia, Vol. XIX, number 3. New England Trail Conference publication number 22, 1933 4
The Sleeping Giant. New Haven: Sleeping Giant Park Association, Inc., 1928 July, 4 duplicate copies 5
Smith, David M. publications, 1976-1977 6
Changes in Eastern Forests Since 1600 and Possible Effects. Chapter 1 reprinted from Perspectives in Forest Entomology. New York: Academic Press, Inc., 1976
The Scientific Basis for Timber Harvesting Practices. Reprinted from J. Wash. Acad. Sci. Vol. 67, no. 1, 1977
Moore, Adam R. So You Have Open Space...Now What?, 2003 December 4 20 7
Morgan, M. F. The Soil Characteristics of Connecticut Land Types. Bulletin 423. New Haven: Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1939 May 8
Bates, C. G. and O. R. Zeasman. Soil Erosion - a local and national problem. Research bulletin 99. Madison, WI: Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of Wisconsin, 1930 August 9
Special Message from the President of the United States Transmitting A Report of the National Conservation Commission with Accompanying Papers. 60th Congress, 2nd Session, document number 676. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1909 10
Hawes, Austin F. The State Forests of Connecticut and What They Are For. Hartford: State Forester, 1934 June 11
State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut List of Publications, 1957 January 1 12
State Park Commission reports, 1915-1921 13
State Parks for Connecticut. A Reprint of the Report of the State Park Commission to the General Assembly. Public document number 60. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1915
Report of the State Park Commission to the Governor for the Two Fiscal Years Ended September 30, 1918. Public document number 60. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1918
Connecticut State Parks. A Reprint of the Report of the State Park Commission to the Governor. Public document number 60. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1918
Connecticut State Parks. A Reprint of the Report of the State Park Commission to the Governor. Public document number 60. Hartford: State of Connecticut, 1921, 2 duplicate copies
State Park and Forest Commission. State Park Growth Use and Cost Studies, circa 1943 32 5
Roosevelt, Theodore. Stories of the Great West. New York: The Century Co., 1917 20 14
Streamlines. Connecticut's United Voice for River Conservation. Litchfield, CT: River Alliance of Connecticut, 2009 15
Supplement to the Connecticut Walk Book. Wallingford, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1957 August 16
Bentley, William R., ed. Sustaining Working Woodlands in an Urbanizing Environment. Proceedings from First Connecticut Forest Conservation Forum. The University of Connecticut West Hartford Campus, 2005 November 30 17
Texas Forestry 75th Anniversary Issue. Vol. 30, no. 10. Lufkin, TX: Texas Forestry Association, 1989 October 26
Trails Guide Training Note Book, undated 20 18
Carpenter, Edwin D. Trees and Shrubs for Connecticut. Storrs, CT: Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Connecticut, 1968 19
Trees in your community: A Handbook of Selected for New England. Second edition, undated, 2 duplicate copies 20
Lull, Richard Swann. Triassic Life of the Connecticut Valley. Bulletin number 24. Hartford: State of Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1915 21
United States Department of Agriculture publications, 1912-1986 22-23
Benson, A. O. Dimension-Stock Methods for New England Hardwoods. Circular number 394. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1936 August
Reynolds, R. V. and Albert H. Pierson. Fuel Wood Used in the United States 1630-1930. Circular number 641. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1942 February
Influences of Vegetation and Watershed Treatment on Run-Off, Silting, and Stream Flow: A Progress Report of Research. Miscellaneous publication number 397. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1940 July
Know Your Watersheds. Leaflet number 282, former AIS number 67. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1953
Log Rule and Lumber Scale, undated
Benson, A. O. Manufacture of Dimension Stock from Northern Hardwoods. Circular number 163. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1931 April
Randall, Charles E. Our Forest Resources: What They Are and What They Mean to Us. Agriculture information bulletin number 131. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1954 November
Protecting the Forests from Fire. Agriculture information bulletin number 130. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1954 December
Frothingham, Earl H. Second-Growth Hardwoods in Connecticut. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service bulletin 96. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1912
Soil Catenas of Connecticut, 1986
Phillips, John C. Wild Birds Introduced or Transplanted in North America. Technical bulletin number 61. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1928 April
The Urban Setting: Man's Need for Open Space. A Symposium at Connecticut College, New London, Connecticut, March 28-29, 1980. New London, CT: Program in Human Ecology, Connecticut College, 1981 January, 3 duplicate copies 20 24
Fletcher, E.D. and Austin F. Hawes. The Use of Lumber and Wood in Connecticut, 1928 25
Vacation Week-End and One-Day Hiking Trips. Ho-Ho Kus, NJ: The Hiking Trips Bureau, 1937 May-October 26
Grace, James R. Vegetation Management of Wetland Forests of Northeastern Connecticut. Hartford: Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, 1973 27
Carpenter, Edwin D. Vines for Connecticut. Storrs, CT: Cooperative Extension Service, College of Agriculture, University of Connecticut, undated 28
WalkConnecticut Family Hike Leaders' Handbook. Connecticut Forest and Park Association, circa 2007 29
Longwell, Chester R. and Edward S. Dana. Walks and Rides in Central Connecticut and Massachusetts. New Haven: The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Company, 1932 30
Westfield Residents Association, Inc. News. Vol. 22, no 3., 2005 April 31
Wheeler, Girard, B.S. The West Wall of the New England Triassic Lowland. Bulletin number 58. Hartford: State of Connecticut State Geological and Natural History Survey, 1937 32
Hicock, Henry W. Wood and the Energy Crisis. Cheshire Herald, 1974 January-February 32 6
Brett, Richard M. A Woodlot Primer. Reprint from American Forests. Washington, D.C.: The American Forestry Association, 1957 February 20 33
Graves, Henry Solon. The Woodsman's Handbook. Part I revised edition. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Forestry bulletin number 36. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1903, 2 duplicate copies 34
Folder also contains a revised and enlarged edition from 1910.
Hawes, Austin F. The Work of a Forest Protective Association. Hartford: State Forester, 1924 35
Yale Forest School News. Vol. 48, no. 2. New Haven: Yale Forest School Alumni Association, 1960 April 36
Yale University School of Forestry Bulletins, 1925-1945 37-38
Hawley, Ralph C. and Harold J. Lutz. Establishment, Development, and Management of Conifer Plantations in the Eli Whitney Forest, New Haven, Connecticut. Bulletin number 53. New Haven: Yale University, 1943
Hawley, Ralph C. and Robert T. Clapp. Growing of White Pine on the Yale Forest Near Keene, New Hampshire. Bulletin number 48. New Haven: Yale University, 1942
Hawley, Ralph C. and Rogers G. Wheaton. Studies of Connecticut Hardwoods. The Form of Hardwoods and Volume Tables on a Form Quotient Basis. Bulletin number 17. New Haven: Yale University, 1926
Leffelman, Louis J. and Ralph C. Hawley. Studies of Connecticut Hardwoods. The Treatment of Advance Growth Arising as a Result of Thinnings and Shelterwood Cuttings. Bulletin number 15. New Haven: Yale University, 1925, 2 duplicate copies
Meyer, Walter H. and Basil A. Plusnin. The Yale Forest in Tolland and Windham Counties, Connecticut. Bulletin number 55. New Haven: Yale University, 1945
Series 9. Press Files, 1898-2010
Box Folder
Clippings, circa 1933-1974 21 1
Clippings, 1985-2011 2-36
Clippings, 1997-2003 26
Clippings regarding Connecticut Forestry Association meetings, 1898-1903 22 1
Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1951-2007 2
Environmental Merit Awards, 2004 3
Hawes, Austin F. obituary, 1962 4
News release, 2005 5
Obituaries, 1991-2005 6
100th Anniversary programs, 1995 7
Press releases, 1955-2003, undated 8
Programs, 1910-2010 9-14
Folders include programs, clippings, flyers, "Forces of Nature" program, and reports of annual meetings.
Riversplash '98 program, 1998 15
Trails Day event brochure, 1999 June 5 49
An uncut rolled sheet what appears to be a printers proof.
Trails Day event brochures, 2000-2007 22 16
Series 10. Legislative Files, 1921-2009
Box Folder
Agenda for State Action, 1980-2000 22 17
Cape Cod National Seashore Zoning Standards, 1968 18
Connecticut Environmental Briefing Book. Hartford: Connecticut League of Conservation Voters, 2004 19
Environmental Agenda. Rockfall, CT: Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 2006 20
Environmental Scorecard. Hartford: Connecticut League of Conservation Voters, 2004-2006 21
Income Tax proposals, 1991 22
Legislation, 2005-2006 23
Legislative correspondence, 2001-2009 24
Legislative papers, 1921-1949 25
Legislative papers, 1964-2009, undated 26
Proposed legislation, 1921 February 1 27
Statements, 1972 28
Testimony, 1992-2007 29
Series 11. Shaker Pines Corporation Files, 1937-1942
Box Folder
Correspondence, 1937-1942 22 30-31
Capital stock shares book, 1937-1940 32
Records, 1937-1942 33
Records include financial records, certificates, minutes, reports, and correspondence.
Series 12. Photographs, 1900-2011
Box Folder
State Parks and Forests, 1920-2007
Bigelow State Forest workshop, 1997 October 4 33 1
Goodwin State Forest, 1964 November 18-1966 2
Great Mountain Forest, circa 1970 3
Yale Forest, thinned white pines, Eastford, Connecticut, 1970-1999 April 4
Yale Forest, Tour of Yale Forest with D. M. Smith, 1999 November 13 5
Black Rock State Park, undated 6
Devil's Hopyard State Park, 1997 May 7
Photographs of the falls.
Dinosaur State Park, circa 1970 8
Folder consists of a reprint from Guide book number 2.
Gillette Castle, State Parks kick-off, 1995 May 26 9
Hammonasset State Park, dune stabilization, circa 1970 10
Harkness estate, 1952 April 25 11
Harkness Mansion rededication, 1998 June 19 12
Friends of Harkness State Park, 1995 September 13
Harkness State Park, circa 1970 14
State Parks initiative presentation, undated 15
Kettletown State Park, Southbury, undated 16
Macedonia Brook State Park, 1996-1997 17
Bridge work on Salmon Trail.
Macedonia State Park, 2007 April 24 18
Volunteers.
Mohawk Ski Area, circa 1968 19
Photos of State Parks, 1964-1996 20
Postcards of Hammonasset and Devil's Hopyard, circa 1920 21
Putnam State Park rededication, 1997 May 22 22
Rocky Neck, undated 23
Sherwood Island, 1971 24
Sleeping Giant, Mount Carmel, Hamden, 1930 November 18-1988 25
Talcott Mountain acquisition, dedication and Hueblein, circa 1960-1969 26
Also includes a publication "Save Talcott Mountain," a campaign for aid to help the state purchase the property jointly sponsored by the Farmington River Watershed Association.
Trash, undated 27
West Rock Ridge, undated 28
Trails, 1900-2011
Appalachian, Cornwall bridge, 1984-2000 August 4 33 29
Handicapped access built by Dick Blake.
Trail at the Arboretum, Connecticut College, New London, undated 30
Bear Mountain, Salisbury, 1900-1996 31
Bigelow Hollow precutting logs, 2003 April 16 32
Blaze new section, 1994 33
Blue Blazed Trail, hiker resting, 1988 June 34
Blue Trails, 1998 35
Couple walked 400 miles of Blue Trails.
Blue Trail hiking, Mettabesett, Appalachian Trails, 1958-1977 36
Bluff Point, circa 1990 37
Brookfield bridge, 1989 August 10-1998 38
Case Mountain, circa 1990 39
Damage, undated 40
Hikers, 1988 June-1990 June 41
John R. Camp, 1999 December 42-43
Handicapped accessible trails construction.
Laurel Marsh Trail, undated 44
Maintenance, 1992-1994 June 45
Maintenance, Brookfield walkway, 1998 April-May 46
Maintenance, Charles L. Trail, circa 1992 47
Maintenance, Kids Trail, 1988 August 48
Maintenance, Mohawk Trail, Cornwall, Connecticut, 1992-2002 49
Maintenance, Shenipsit Trail, 1998 50
Maintenance, two different trails, 2000 51
Mattabesett Trail, 2011 June 52
Mattatuck Trail, Leatherman's Cave, 1991 September 28 53
Metacomet Ridge Conservation Compact, 1998 April 54
Metacomet Trail, undated 55
Metacomet Trail construction, 1992 April 56
Metacomet Trail relocation at the McClean Game Refuge, 2003 January 8 57
Photographs show The Rovers working on the trail.
Metacomet Trails, circa 2004 58
Mohawk Mountain, 1991 March 17 34 1
Mohawk Trail, 2000 March 2
Work party, photographs by Dave Boone.
Natchaug, Mount Higby, circa 1980 3
Nipmuck, bridge at Mansfield Hollow, 1999 November-December 4
Nipmuck Trail, Timberlands and Northern Nipmuck in Bigelow State Park, circa 1995 5
Ridge Trail and West Pond Trail.
Old Blue Hills Road and Cherry Lane, undated 6
Pachaug, Boardwalk Project, Rhododendron Sanctuary, 1998 May 21-1999 7
Pachaug, Tunxis, workshop, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Wolcott, 1992 October 8
Paugussett Trail, all terrain vehicle (ATV) damage, 2005 October 27 9
Paugussett, Webb Mountain Park, Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) and New Haven Hiking Club (NHHC) hike, 1985 October 27 10
Poland Brook, Terryville (Plymouth), 1990 December 11
Falls called Upper Pond.
Pomeraug Trail maintenance, 1996 April 12
Quinnipiac River, Linear Trail, 1998 August 6 13
Folder includes an unplublished article.
Ragged Mountain Preserve Loop to 372, Metacomet, rock climbers, 2006 December 5 14
Rhododendrum Sanctuary and Boardwalk, construction of boardwalk, 1998 15
Folder also includes photographs of a meeting at headquarters.
Roving Trail Crew at headquarters, 2000 September 27 16
Roving Trail Crew at HSM, 2004 April 17
Schoolhouse Brook Park, 1992 July 18
Shenipsit Trail bridge construction by NELO Bike Club, 1993 March 19
Sheipsit Trail extension, 1992 July 20
Still River bridge and Blue Trail relocation, 1989 July-August 21
Trails, six different trails, 1987-1999 22
Photographs possibly used for publications or exhibits.
Trail abuse, undated 23
Photographs by Jerry Stage.
Tunxis, Mile of Ledges, 1987 24
Photographs by Linda Rapp.
Tunxis Trail volunteers, 1996 25
Photographs by Dan Casey.
Vernal Pool Wetlands, undated 26
Vernon bicycles, undated 27
Zoar Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) hike, 1994 April 28
Programs, 1905-2003
Trails Day, 1993-2003
National Trails Day, Ragged Mountain, undated 34 29
Charter Oak Landing and Ride-with-the-Blind, West Hartford Reservor's Bike Trail, 1998 June 6 30
Cheshire event, 1996 June 1 31
Photographs by Bob Davis.
Fenton River Trails, 2000 June 3 32
Gay City hike, 1993 June 33
Gay City State Park, 1994 June 34
Photographs by Duffy.
Hammonasset River Hike, Madison, 1998 June 6 35
Horse riding, 1996 June 1-2003 36
Photographs by Bob Blaverstock.
Trails Day, John's Trails Day photos, 1999 37
Killingworth hike, 1998 June 6 38
Laurel Run hike and Whitehouse/Shenipsit, 1994 39
Mattabesett Trail, 1998 40
Photographs by Ann Colsen.
Nayantaquit Trail, Nehantic State Forest, Lyme, 1994 June 4 41
New Milford, Housatanic Riverbelt Greenway, 1996 June 1 42
Photographs by Linda Therrien and Linda Rapp.
Nipmuck Trail, Mansfield, 2003 June 3 43
Trails Day with photo captions of various locations, 1999 June 5 44
Locations include: Torrington. Photographs by Art Talmadge, Gabe Piwonski, Sam Langley, and Kent Heidenis.
Peoples Forest, 1998 45
Pomperaug dedication, 1994 46
Pomperaug Trail, Oxford, 2002 June 1 47
Photographs by Peter Petrochko.
Salmon Trail, 1994 June 4-2003 June 7 48
Photographs by C. Brooks.
Shenipsit Lake, CWC tour, 1996 49
Photographs by Linda Therrien.
Shenipsit Loop, Glastonbury, 1999 50
Photographs by Duffy Schade.
Sleepy Giant State Park, Hike A Giant, 1999 June 16 51
Stratton Brook and Windsor Locks Canal, Releaf and others, awards, 1997 52
Participants at Stratton Brook State Park, Simsbury, 1997 53
Torrington and Guida Farm Conservation Area, 1998 June 8 35 1
Led by Sam Langley.
Various locations and equestrian event, Lebanon, 1996 June 1 2
Locations include: Torrington, Salmon River, Union, Lebanon, and New Milford. Photographers include: Linda Rapp, Joan Adams, Bob Baldwin, and C. Brooks.
Windsor bike tour, 1999 3
Arbor Day, Thomas Hooker School, Meriden, 1990 May 4
Bird study, circa 1990 5
Camp Demonstration Forest, Middle School, Middletown, 2000 May 16 6
Camp Forest, Demo Trail and Circuit Area, 1999 7
Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Museum, 1993 June 8
Chestnut Stand, Scotland, CT, 1905-1989 9
Chestnut Trials, Manchester, tree farmer, circa 1970 10
Demonstration Forest, building of boardwalk, Roving Trails Crew, 2000 11
Demonstration Forest, classes visiting, 2000 12
Demonstration Forest, ERT, 1996 July 13
Demonstration Forest, Jr Camp, boardwalk, 2000 November 11 14
Demonstration Forest, 1997-2000 15
Folder contains photographs from multiple rolls of film.
Environthon, 1999 16
Environthon, Kellogg, Derby, New Milford High School, 1998 17
Environthon, Marborough, 4-H Camp, Coventry team winners-state champions, 1996 May 7-1997 18
Environthon, special tree at Minechange, camp property, 1997 19
Environthon team winners, North West Regional High School, 1999 20
Environthon training at Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1999 March 21
Photographs by Ray Taberman.
Environthon training, Killingworth, 1999 22
Field Day, 1996 May 11 23
Field Day-Forest Stewardship Program, Clinton Land Conservation Trust, 1996 April 27 24
With Bert Goodwin.
Field Day-Forest Stewardship Program, Davidson's Field Day, 1995 October 14 25
Hall Memorial School, Willington, 1994 26
Harwinton Consolidated School, 1990 June 27
Highland Tree Farm with children, 1988 May 28
Highlawn, 1989 June 29
Outdoor Study with different groups, circa 2000 30
Project Learning Tree, fifth graders from Portland at Jack Camp's, at Highlawn Tree Farm, 1992 October 31
Photographs by Linda Rapp.
Project Learning Tree and Hemlocks PLT writing workshop, 1988-1993 32
Project Learning Tree and Hull's Forest Products tour, 1998 May 33
Project Learning Tree, instructing, 1987 August 34
Project Learning Tree at John Barry School, Meriden, 1998 October 35
Project Learning Tree, Lawrence School, Middletown, 1996 36
Project Learning Tree meeting, undated 37
Project Learning Tree workshop, 1998 November 38
Read-at-Home program, Goodwin Elementary, Mansfield, 1996 May 20 39
With Holly-DiBella McCarthy.
ReLeaf, Bridgeport, undated 40
ReLeaf Festival, Bridgeport, 1995 41
ReLeaf, Hartford, 1994 May 42
ReLeaf and "Millions of Trees", 1996 43
ReLeaf, Robertson School, Manchester, Woodstock, Hartford, Gales Ferry School, 1990 44
New Schoolyard Habitat, Waddell School, Manchester, 2000 45
School Yard Habitat, Mary M. Hooker School, 1998 46
Search project, 1987 July 47
Tree Farm program, 1982 48
Tree Farm dedication, circa 1980 49
Tree Farm program, tour, 1970 50
Tree Farm program, 1980 51
With Milne.
Tree Farm program, Sunny Valley, Iron Ore Hill, 1983 52
Tree Shelter Study, Connecticut Agriculture Experiment Station, 1995 October 36 1
With Jeff Ward.
Wildlife Habitat, Audubon Center, Sharon and White Memorial, circa 1970 2
WMA, Session Woods, 1998 April 3
Youth Conservation Corps and Hammonasset and other, circa 1970 4
Workshops, 1993-2006
Backyard Habitat workshop at Session Woods, 1997 36 5
With Craig Tufts, NWF.
Black Rock Spring workshop, 2000 April 8 6
Black Rock, 2000 April 8 7
Photographs by Roland.
Black Rock Spring workshop, 2000 April 8 8
Photographs by JEH
Bridge building, youth group, 2004 September 30 9
With Sam Laugeley.
"Earthways" workshop at Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1998 Fall 10
Connecticut Forest and Park Association Field Property, Durham, 2004 April 24 11
Photographs by Adam Moore.
Food Land and People (FPL) workshop, 1999 January 12
With Sandee Brown.
Maintainers workshop, Burr Pond State Park, 2000 April 8 13
Maintainers Workshop Retreat, Tunxis Trail bridge, 1994 June 5 14
Pomeraug Trail, spring workshop, 2002 May 15
Project Learning Tree workshop, East Hartford, Glastonbury, Magnet School, 1996 October 16 16
With Diane Joy.
School Yard Habitat workshop with NWF, 1999 March 26-27 17
Spring trail workshop, Pachaug, 2005 April 18
Spring trails workshop/maintenance, Belding WMA, Vernon, 2006 April 29 19
Trail maintainers workshop, People's Forest, Barkhamsted, 1996 April 13 20
Trail maintainers workshop, People's Forest, 1997 April 1-12 21
Trail monitor workshop, 1996 October 5 22
Photographs by Linda Therrien.
Trails Day workshop, 1993 April 17 23
Trail workshop, Charles L. Pack Trail, 1995 24
Woodcarver's workshop, 2006 April 22 25
Events, 1929-2005
Connecticut Forest and Park Association meeting at the Connecticut Arboretum, 1980 36 26
Annual meeting, Rocky Neck, 1986-1991 27
Connecticut Forest and Park Association annual meeting, 1995 April 28
Connecticut Forest and Park Association annual meeting at Highlawn, 1996 June 17 29
Connecticut Forest and Park Association annual meeting, 1997 30
Connecticut Forest and Park Association annual meeting, Session Woods, WMA, 1998 31
Connecticut Forest and Park Association annual meeting, Kellogg Enviornmental Center, Derby, 1999 32
Connecticut Forest and Park Association annual meeting, dedication of Camp Demonstration Forest and Open House, 1999 May-2000 June 6 33
Awards, 1989-1999 November 5, 17, 19 34
Annual trails dinner and fall programs, 1996 November 1 37 1
Photographs by Carol Youell.
Annual trails dinner, 2000 November 2
Annual trail meeting awards, 1998 3
Austin F. Hawes, Memorial Campground, 1968 September 4
Awards, Outstanding Community Tree Program-Danbury, Outstanding Urban Forestry Volunteer, 1994 5
Awards, roving trails crew, 2001 January 4 6
Beckley Furnace, field tour, 1998 October 7
With Walt Landgraff.
Blind Trail dedication, Metropolitan District Commission, undated 8
Blue Trails dedication, Chatfield Trail, Cockaponset Trail, 1980 9
Bookcase, meeting, wedding, undated 10
Color Negatives only
Boy Scouts, undated 11
Christmas Tree Growers at Capitol with Governor Rowland, 1997 April 12
Connecticut River Designation Ceremony, 1998 June 29 13
Connecticut River Ramble, 1964 14
Cornucopia, University of Connecticut, 1996 September 15
Trails dedication, Belding Wildlife Management Area, 1995 June 3 16
Trails dedication, Bigelow Hollow State Park, Union, 1995 June 3 17
Dedication, Gifford Pinchot Monument, 2000 August 11 18
Dedication for James Spignes Wildlife Management Area and Scholarship Fund, 1999 June 22 19
Dedication of Natural Area Preserves, Haddam, 1999 April 26 20
Dedication of Rhododendrum Sanctuary Trails, 1995 June-1999 21
Photographs by John Olsen.
Dinosaur State Park, Reopening and McLean Game Refuge, 1996 June 30 22
EFNE Awards, 1999 October 7 23
Connecticut environment protection, 2004 March 23 24
Field meeting and other special occasions, circa 1980 25
Field meeting at a tree farm, 1991 September 26 26
Field meeting, Harry A. McKusick Memorial Stone, Nathan Hale State Forest, 1973 September 29 27
Field meeting, southeast Connecticut with Connecticut Forest and Park Association, circa 1972 28
Field meeting, Tobey Bog at Great Mountain Forest, undated 29
Forestry field meeting at Pleasant Valley, 1998 30
Forest Stewardship Tour and ECFLA, Ed Wyman and Chuck Lee property, 1995 May 15 31
With Dan Donahue, Forester.
Gateway Inspection, Connecticut River National Scenic Area, 1973 32
George Milne Award, Hebron, 2000 33
Goodwin Scholarship, welcome for recipients at Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1999 34
Greenway, undated 35
Greenway Awards, 2005 36
Greenway Awards ceremony at State Capitol with Governor Rowland, 1999 January 11 37
Photographs by Linda Therrien.
Greenways Conference in Rhode Island, 1999 38
Folder includes photographs of Connecticut and Rhode Island governors.
Hammonasset opening, 1993 Summer 39
Heritage Advisory Board meeting, 1994 August 2 40
Hearing in North Stonington on nuclear waste, 1990 41
Heritage river announcement, 1998 June 42
Les Corey dinner, circa 1980 43
Loggers meeting, forester certification training, 1995 44
Photographs by Carole Youell.
L and W Conservation Fund, Leiberman's visit, 1999 August 45
Maple syrup operation, spring 1986 issue, 1986 46
Mayor's Walk, Case Mountain, 1973 September 30 47
National Urban Forest Conference, New York City, 1995 September 48
Open space presentation and legislation dedication at Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1998 June 49
Outstanding TF, Gillette Castle, 1994 October 50
Pachaug State Forest, field meeting and forestry, 1971-1979 51
Peoples Forest dedication, Matthies Trail, 1929 October 52
Peoples Forest with "Harry the Hiker", 75th anniversary celebration, 1999 October 17 53
Peoples Forest rededication with "Harry the Hiker", 1999 October 19 54
Connecticut Pilot Round Table for 7th American Forest Congress, 1995 July 55
Volunteer of the year, 2001 June 56
Presentation of certificate
Ragged Mountain, opening and dedication of and tri state area, 1980 June 22 38 1
Ray Larsen Event, Laughing Brook, 2000-2001 January 4 2
Dr. Ray Larson and family at a log cabin and Tree Farmer of the Year 2000.
Connecticut ReLeaf Tree Festival, Fairfield, 1996 May 14 3
Connecticut ReLeaf Festival, Fairfield, 1996 May 14 4
Photographs by Carol Youell.
Connecticut ReLeaf Tree Festival, Fairfield, St. Brendon's School-Poster Winner-Arbor Day, 1996 May 14 5
Photographs by Carol Youell.
Connecticut ReLeaf Festival, Fairfield, 1996 May 14 6
Photographs by Carol Youell.
Speakers and awards, headquarters, undated 7
Sport show, circa 1960-1970 8
Spring meeting, 1933 June 3 9
State Employees Campaign Kickoff, 1994 September 10
Tagging, undated 11
Telcom Conference, panel discussion, 1998 December 3 12
Trails Day, committee meeting, 1995-2000 May 17 13
Trails Day, Handicaped Trails Day Event-North Windham, Bolton Mountain Bike Event, Charter Oak Greenway-Manchester/East Hartford, 1996 June 1 14
Photographs by John Hibbard.
Trails dinner, 1996 November 1 15
Trails dinner and trails workers, circa 1987 16
Trails dinner, 1997 17
Trails Day pot-luck dinner, 2000 June 3 18
Trails day pot-luck supper and other events, 1997 19
Trails supper, 1995 20
Trails for Tomorrow winners honored, 1995 August 21
Trail Town Awards, 1996 September 22
Trail Town Awards, 1998 23
Tree farm, Tree Farmers of the Year, 1981 24
Tree farm, Tree Farmer of the Year Award, 1994 25
Tree farm meeting with award photographs, 1973 26
Tree walk with Ed Richardson, Long Lane, Middletown, 1998 May 30 27
Walk on City of Bristol, Water Department, W.S. lands with Jody Rowlands, 1999 October 16 28
Wine tasting, 1998 December 29
Clubs, Associations and Organizations, 1938-2000
7th American Forest Congress, Washington, D.C., 1996 February 38 30
Connecticut Agriculture Experiment Station, hurricane damage, 1938 31
Photographs by Walter O. Filley.
Connecticut Conservation Conference, 1950 November 16 44
under the auspices of the Natural Resources Council of Connecticut, Hotel Bond, Hartford, Connecticut
Connwood Foresters, Incorporated, 1989-1994 38 32
Christmas trees and Christmas Tree Growers Association, 1970-1982 33
Christmas Tree Growers Association, 40th anniversary, 2000 Fall 34
Friends of State Parks, Governor and Mrs. Rowland, 1996 April 35
Hull's Mill, 1998 October 23 36
Maine Forest Products Mill and PLT, 1997 37
Recreation and National Heritage Trust Advisory Board Awards, circa 1993 38
Shaker Pines Forestry Corporation, undated 39
Sleepy Giant Park Association, 1968-1992 40
Jones Tree Farm with children, 1986 41
Tree farm, Hickory Ridge Tree Farm, circa 1970 42
Tree farm, Highlawn and Jack Camp, circa 1976 43
Tree farm, Iron Ore Hill, circa 1970 44
The National Urban Forestry Group, tour of Hartford-led by Ed Richardson, Busnell Park, Elizabeth Park, school, 1999 June 45
Norwich Free Academy Outing Club, Rhodendron Santuary, Pachaug State Forest, Voluntown, 1999 June 8 46
Buildings, 1960-1999
Austin F. Hayes, Memorial Campground, 1968 January 38 47
Landscaping at headquarters, circa 1980 48
Folder includes a photograph negative disc.
Headquarters, construction and dedication of James Goodwin Center, 1984-1986 49
Headquarters, 1985-1986 50
Headquarters, Goodwin Center under construction and after occupancy, 1985-1989 51
Headquarters, dedication of James L. Goodwin Center, entrance to James L. Goodwin State Forest, 1960-1986 52
Folder includes photographs of Mrs. Goodwin.
Headquarters, 1989, 1991 53
Headquarters, landscaping, 1999 January-May 39 1
Hemlocks Conference Facility, 1994 May 2
Kellogg Enviornmental Center, Derby, 1994 3
Topsmeade, 1990 4
Landscapes, 1930-2001
Aerial, Housatonic and Naugatuck at Derby and Shelton, circa 1974 39 5
Photographs by Virgina Welch.
Aerial view, unknown location, 1995 April 20 44
Bluff Point, aerial views, 1958 39 8
Photographs by John Hibbard.
Agriculture, circa 1960 6
Big trees, 1990 May-1994 June 7
Bluff Point, aerial views, 1958 8
Photographs by John Hibbard.
Christmas trees and Christmas Trees Growers Association, undated 9
Errosion-sediments control, Middletown Watershed Area, 1982 10
Fort Griswold, 1964 July 11
Frosted Colorado Blue Spruces, Prospect, 1979 February, 2 framed color photographs 44
Parsonage Congregational Church; Michael Pochan Collection
Gaylordsville, Washington Oak, 1990 October 39 12
Photographs by G. Dreyer.
Merritt Parkway, circa 1970 13
Mount Higby, Middletown, 1965 14
Mountain, 1930 November 20 15
Nature, circa 1988 16
Nature, flowers, 1988-1990 17
Naugatuck, Route 63, 1968-1969 18
Photographs by David M. Smith.
Overlook, circa 1990 19
Oversized post cards, 4 seasons in Vermont, undated 20
Pests of forest, damage to forest and trees, circa 1980 21
Southford Falls, 1965 July 22
Salt marsh, Tokeneke, Darien-Scott's Cove and Five Mile River, Riverside-Amundsen's Boatyard, undated 23
Photographs used for Woodlands cover.
Snow shots, 1990-2001 24
Stoddard Hill, 1964 September 25
Tornado damage, Hamden, 1989 26
Water, 1960-1999 27
Westuds, 1991 April-1992 28
West Woods, Guilford, 1971 February 24 29
Wetland, undated 30
Wetlands of Guilford, Conover property - East River marsh area, 1965 September 16 44
Gift to Audobon Society of Coastal Connecticut
White Memorial, 1990 39 31
Cliffs, 1930 November 9 48 1
Two displays/broken in half, shows cliffs and possibly rockslide, roadsign reads 5 ton bridge
Washington Oak, Giant Sycamore of Cheshire, Energy crisis is contained - firing up the boiler with sawdust., circa 1950, 3 mounted color photos
Label on back of both tree photos reads Mr. & Mrs. Michael Pochan of Guilford, CT
Exhibits and Display Materials, 1930-2005
Arbor Day, 1986 39 32
Blue-Blazed Trails, undated 33
Cards, 1989-1998 34
Fire truck and possibly Civillian Conservation Corps Camp, circa 1930 35
Gathering and hike, undated 36
Headquarters, 1986 37
Legislative Office Building display, 1995 December 38
Logs, undated 39
Maintenance and fishing, various activities and places, 1999-2000 40
Photo exhibit-1991, various subjects, Mohawk Mountain, Mattatuck Trail, 1988-1993 41
Photocopies of photographs, undated 42
Photographs for Connecticut Forest Recreation Guide, 1976 43
Photographs from ReLeaf, awards, other, undated 44
Prints made from old photographs, undated 45
ReLeaf, undated 46
State Parks and State Forest, various locations, 1940-1977 47
Trails-volunteers, Pachaug State Forest-Voluntown, Black Rock State Park, Cromwell Meadows State Park, Bigelow Hollow State Park, 2002-2007 48
Trees, undated 49
Work parties, activities, 1990-2005 50
New England Natural Areas project, 1971, 6 posters 48
Each poster displays photographs, map, and reporting form documenting reasons the area merits protection as a natural area. The areas are Bald Peak Summit in Salisbury - a mica schist block; Brazos Quarries in Portland - abandonded brownstone quarries and dinosaur footprints; Cromwell Road Cut in Cromwell - Triassic rocks; Glastonbury Meadows in Glastonbury - meander in Connecticut River floodplain; Poquetanuck Cove in Preston/Ledyard - fish spawning area; The Great unconformity in Southington - rocks formed in different historical periods
Publication Materials, 1913-2001
Appalachian Adventure, book order, undated 39 51
Brochure, Life Membership Brochure film, undated 52
Brochure-new membership and photographs used for brochure from various locations, 1997 53
Connecticut geological, soils, forest, charcoal kilns from article by Henry Hicock, 1913-1970 54
Folder also contains maps.
Early photographs, 1965-1975 55
Effects of highway widening in Bridgewater, Route 133, 1965-1970 56
Farmland article photographs, 2001 April 13 57
Footprints, dinosaur tracks, natural forest vegetation maps, 1956-1970 40 1
Highways, circa 1950 2
Shows early model cars.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association history, circa 1920-1980 3
Connecticut Forest and Park Association, printing layout, undated 4
Illustrations and photographs, undated 5
Cover art, undated 48 2
Possibly used for canvas bags for year end appeal incentive, includes mockups and logos.
Project learning tree workshop application, undated
two layouts with overlays, possibly used for brochure
Logos, circa 1994-1995, undated
Connecticut Forest and Park Association, undated 40 6
Connecticut Grown, undated 7
EMS, undated 8
Funder logos, circa 1994 9
Greenways, circa 1995 10
ReLeaf, 1994 11
Yankee Energy, undated 12
March is sugaring-off time, Year of the Forest Newsletter, undated 13
National Trails Day layout, undated 14
Overlay-state of Connecticut, undated 15
Photographs-possibly used in brochures, 1940-1960 16
Printer positives for publishing, undated 17
Signs, table cards and name tags, undated 18
Woodlands, photographs from Connecticut Woodlands, 1995 Summer-1999 19
Photographs and photocopies; photocopy of coyote slide by Paul Rego, slide in box 41 folder 5
CFPA, 100 years of conservation 1895 - 1995, undated 48
8 1/2" CFPA logo mounted on board
Project learning tree, undated
12" logo is printed on material
Portraits, 1929-2007
Anagnostakis, Sandra L., Connecticut Agricuture Experiment Station, 1996 40 20
Arthur, George, roving trails crew, Connecticut Forest and Park Association Volunteer Trail Manager, 1999 September 21
Bailey, Kornel at his home in Haddam, 1992 April 22
Barton, Hedy, Director of Development during capitol fund drive, circa 1980 23
Blake, Dick, 1997 24
Brenneman, Russell L., 1980-1999 25
Camp, John R. (Jack), 1989 26
Some photographs include John Ellsworth.
Casey, Dan, Volunteer of the Year, 1999 27
Colson, Ann, Trails Coordinator and Director of Volunteers, 2000 28
Foresters, 1976-1996 29
Formey, J.W., undated 30
Gluck, Emery at Cockaponsett State Forest, 1999 Fall 31
Heermance, Edgar Laing, Secretary of Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1935 January 32
Hibbard, John and Bernice, Linda, 1970-2000 33
Also an early photograph of Hibbard at a display booth, location unknown.
Keeney, Timothy R.E., Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner, 1990 34
LaBella, Elaine, 1999 35
Libby, George, 1980-1990 36
Milne, George, 1980-2007 37
Morrison, Bob, Trails Protection Subcommitte, 1999 September 38
Murphy, Maureen, circa 1990 39
Nash, Dan, 1992-1999 40
O'Neill, William A., Governor, 1986 June 10 41
Pendergast, Patricia, 1999 42
Picone, Peter, Wildlife Biologist, Department of Environmental Protection, undated 43
Rankin, Kathy, 1996 44
Richardson, Ed and Marion, 2000 June 6 45
Ross, Robert M., 1929 December 26 46
Sills, Norm, 1999 November 47
Some photographs include Dick Whitehouse.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association staff and directors, 1999 48
Taberman, Ray, Trails Manager, 1999 49
Therrien, Linda, 1996 50
Whitehouse, Dick, 1999 November 51
Some photographs also include Norm Sills and Russ Brenneman.
Wheatley, Jim, volunteer, 1998 52
Zimmer, Norm, Vice Chair, Meriden Conservation Commission, 1999 53
Photograph Albums, 1921-2007
Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 100th Anniversary Gala, 1995 43 Item 1
The Connecticut Forest and Park Association; final campaign report, undated Item 2
Notes and photographs of groundbreaking and building of headquarters.
Tree Farms, Connecticut Forest and Park Association meetings and 25th anniversary, 1921 July-1991 Item 3
Album contains photographs on the following subjects: Experiment Station, Jones Tree Farm, Camp Tree Farm, Hammonasset, Sunny Valley Farm, Bushnell Park, Connecticut Forest and Park Association field meetings and outings, trails meetings, Hurricane Gloria damage, and Metropolitian District Commission West Hartford reservoir.
Photo Album, large variety of places, 1964-2007 Item 4
Album contains photographs on the following subjects: Beaver Brook, Black Rock, Bolton Notch, Burr Pond, Chatfield Hollow, Dennis Hill, Devils, Hopyard, Chapman Falls, Cockapauset, Gay City, Fort Shantok, Fort Griswold, Flanders Nature Center, Indian Museum, Goodwin Forest, Gillette Castle, Hopeville Pond, Haystack Mountain, Hurd Park, Haddam Island, Hog Back Dam, Indian Well, Kettletown, Saint Johns Ledges, Miller's Pond, Mashomoquet, Lake Warramug, Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) trails, Lake Waramaug, Mount Riga, Mansfield Hollow, Osbornedale Park, Mohawk Forest, Meshamosic Forest, Nipmuck Forest, Pachaug Forest, Peoples Forest, Platt Hill, Penwood Park, Natchaug Forest, Nathan Hale Forest, Ross Pond, Rocky Neck, Selden Neck, Sherwood Island, Squantz Pond, Salmon River Forest, Stoddard Hill, Stratton Brook, Shenipsit Forest, Sharon Audubon, Tunxis Forest, Talcott Mountain, Wadsworth Falls, Wolf Den, and Castle Craig.
Photographs, undated Item 5
Album contains photgraphs possibly taken at headquarters.
Association Field Meeting, Jones Tree Farm, 1963-1972 44 Item 1
Album contains photographs on the following subjects: 4-H Project, Cranska Oaks, Matthies Plaque, Peoples State Forest, Destruction of Shade Trees, White Memorial foundation, Pinchot Sycamore, Sleeping Giant State Park, Goodwin State Forest and Conservation Center, Great Pond Forest, Natchaug Forest, Shepard Memorial - Nye Holman Forest, Old State House, Great Trail, Pachaug State Forest, Flanders Nature Center, Silver Fir Tree planting commemorative Silver Anniverary, Christmas Tree exhibit and Growers Association, Governor's Conference on Natural and Enviornmental Beauty with letter by Hibbard, Elm Mortaltiy, American Youth Hostel meeting, Austin Hawes Campground, Talcott Mountain State Forest, Great Pond State Forest, Enders State Forest and dog cemetery, Hemlock Reservoir, Route 2 highway, Blackledge River, and Connecticut - Rhode Island Trust Farm Committee.
Posters, 1970-2010
Join us in celebrating - Year of the forest, 1990 49 3
Folder includes poster, mockup and 4"x5" color negative of trees used for the poster.
Commemorating Seventy-five years of the Blue-Blazed hiking trails, 2004 Item 1
Illustration by Bill Thomson
Forces of nature, 2007 November 9 Item 2
A Play commissioned by CFPA and presented as a staged dramatic reading in Hartford, CT; there are five hand signed signatures on the poster
Connecticut trails day celebration, 2010 June 5 Item 3
Series 13. Slides, 1907-2002
Box Container
State Parks and Forests, 1940-2000 41 1
Transplanting in nursery, 1940 April 30
Slide possibly Pleasant Valley.
Charcoal Kiln, Meshomasick, 1940 April 30
Getting out pulp wood, circa 1940
"On road - 2 cords per day per [text illegible] 1.75 to haul 26 miles", possibly Shepard wood utilization work.
Mount Carmel, Sleeping Giant, 1940 October 16
Hurricane thrown Spruce, circa 1940
1938 hurricane damage.
Wood piled on Barnes Road - Peoples, 1940
Possibly made by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).
South [text illegible] Legion, circa 1941
Mount Tom Pond, 1941 April 10
Salmond River Bridge, circa 1942
Rebuilt by Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC).
Laurel at Natchaug, circa 1942
Sherwood Island Park, circa 1942
Hurd Park, 1945 October 10
Hurd Park, River Swell, 1945 October 10
Hurd Park, old barn - fireplaces, 1945 October 10
Hurd Park, boat landing, 1945 October 10
Spruce Swamp, Mohawk, circa 1945
Possibly photographed by Bill Shepard and Archie Hurford.
Sumac in fall, circa 1945
Gilette Castle, circa 1945, 3 slides
Conifer Nursery, Pachug, circa 1945
Pachug Nursery building when new, circa 1945
Pachug State Forest Nursery, circa 1945
Hammonasset Beach, Madison, 1947
Little girl on an outing, AWH 1947.
Probably State Forestry staff, circa 1950
Untitled, 1959, 2 slides
Dedication marker, group of people.
Forestry field discussion, 1960 August, 5 slides
Gardens at Harkness State Park, circa 1960
Slide marked JEH.
View of New Haven from East Rock Park, 1964 July
Slide marked JEH.
Sleeping Giant field meeting, 1964 October
Slide marked JEH.
Connecticut River Ramble scenes, 1964 October
Slide marked JEH.
Fire prevention demonstration, 1967 July
Slide marked JEH.
Great Pond State Forest, 1968 May
Slide marked JEH.
Entrance to headquarters, Shenipsit, 2000 March
Slides from Marilyn Aarestad.
J. L. Goodwin State Forest, Goodwin House, 2000 April 10
Slides from Marilyn Aarestad.
Nye-Holman State Forest, 2000 April 10
Slides from Marilyn Aarestad.
Natchaug, General Lyon, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp Fernow, 2000 April 25
Slides from Marilyn Aarestad.
Salmon River State Forest recreation area, 2000 April 25
Slides from Marilyn Aarestad.
Falls Brook Trail, Tunxis State Forest, West Hartland, circa 2000
Box Container
Trails, 1969-2002 41 1
Satans Kingdom, Gorge - Tunxis Trail, 1969 October
Slide marked CSB, Slide dated Dec[ember] [19]87.
Sierra Club Hike, P. Brooks in Sages Ravine, 1969 June 8
Slide marked CSB, Slide dated Dec[ember] [19]87.
Gurley Mill, Nipmuck Trail, 1973 October 21
R. Brooks, Slide marked CSB, Slide dated Dec[ember] [19]87.
Cornwall Hollow, Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) at hike, 1978 December 4
Slide marked EH/CSB, Slide dated Dec[ember] [19]87.
Shenipsit Trail, North Route 2, 1978 March 5
RBB, Ann and Emerson Harrison, Slide marked CSB, Slide dated Dec[ember] [19]87.
Shenipsit Trail, TNC hike, Birch Mountain section, 1979 October
Slide marked CSB, Slide dated Dec[ember] [19]87.
Hikers east of Sleeping Giant chin, 1983 April
Slide marked DMS.
Mattabesett - South, 1987 February, 12 slides
One slide marked W.wter.
Mattabesett - South Connecticut R., 1987 February, 3 slides
Mattabesett - Chauncey Peak, 1987 February, 4 slides
Mattabesett - Mount Higby, 1987 March
Cecilia.
Mattabesett - Mount Higby, 1987 March
Mattabesett - Mount Higby, 1987 March
Elaine.
Mattabesett - Higby section, 1987 March
Mattabesett - Higby section, 1987 March
Anita, Allison, Cecilia.
Mattabesett - North, 1987 March
Cecilia.
Mattabesett - Mount section, 1987 March
Hiking group.
Mattabesett - Higby section, 1987 March
Linda Holenstein, her dog, Elaine.
Mattabesett - Mount Lamentah, 1987 March
Ruth.
Mattabesett - Mount Lamentah, 1987 March
Elaine, Barbara.
Mattabesett - Mount Lamentah, 1987 March
Mattabesett - Chauncey Peak, 1987 March
Ruth, Carol, Terry.
Mattatuck Trail, Wolcott, 1987 March, 12 slides
One slide identifies Buttermilk Falls.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association, 1987 March, 3 slides
Headquarters and Connecticut Forest and Park Association sign.
Untitled, 1987 April, 11 slides
Headquarters, slide credits, maps and brochures.
Bushy Hill Nature Center, Ivoryton, 1987 April, 3 slides
Mohawk Trail, Coltsfoot Mountain, 1991 April 7, 12 slides
One slide marked as Bridge.
Nipmuck Marathon, 1993 June, 3 slides
Mohawk Trail, Coltsfoot Mountain, Furnace Brook Bridge, 1993 July, 14 slides
Brookfield Bridge, 1993 July, 4 slides
Falls Village, 1993 July, 6 slides
One slide marked Falls Village Beacon!
Lillinonah Trail, "Scenic Trail" sign, 1993 July
Untitled numbered group, 1993 August, 11 slides
Slides include the following subjects: Rocky Neck, Bluff Point, Penwood, Talcot Mountain, Harkness, and Connecticut and Forest Park Association headquarters.
Beckley Furnace, 2000 April
Photograph by Fred Warner, Walt Landgood.
Mount Pisgah, field property, Durham area, 2002 October, 20 slides
Adam's slides.
Box Container
Programs, 1969-1999 41 1
Trails Day, Mount Higby, 1993 May, 5 slides
Photograph by Linda Rapp.
Trails Day, Whitestone Cliffs Trail, Watertown, 1993 June, 8 slides
Possibily first annual, #108 Hicock.
Connecticut Envirothon Forestry, undated, 15 slides
Possibly duplicate slides.
Earth Day Project, Cheney Technical; Barnes Nature Center workshop; Case Mountain: water bar, Shenipsit reroute; and Trails Day hike, 1993 April 23-June 5, 15 slides 1-2
Durham first graders, Highlawn TF, 1993 May, 5 slides
Photographs by Youell.
Releaf, 1994 November, 5 slides
School children wear tee shirts marked: Park City Center Urban Forestry Crew. Photographs removed to Programs/Releaf/Bpt. One slide marked 1992 Lang Photo.
Ann's hiking slide show, 1982-1999, 102 slides
Text available, slides removed from carousel.
Bluff Point, Groton, 1969-1987, 112 slides 2-3
Slides by Sydney Van Zandt. Slides removed from carousel.
Keeping Connecticut Green, Together today ... for tomorrow, 1972-1992, 68 slides + supplemental material
Slides consist of the following subjects: 6 Rules for Prevention of Fires in Connecticut, line drawings of headquarters, farms, waterfalls, and Heubline Tower-Talcott Mountain. Many are copy slides. See sound recording series for sound cassette.
Land Trust, 1994 November 5, 80 slides
Youell's adapted 100 year slide show, 1996 January, 41 slides 3-4
Text available, slides are marked as duplicates.
Box Container
Workshops, 1993-1994 41 4
Maintainer's workshop, 1993 April, 23 slides
Maintainer's workshop, 1993 April-May, 14 slides
Work party, making the Connecticut River extension, Mattabesett Trail, 1993 Spring, 4 slides
Trail maintenance workshop, Tunxis Trail, 1993 October 26, 5 slides
Maintainer's workshop, 1994 July, 8 slides
Slides consist of the following subjectes: blazing, bridge, dredging, John Rek moving logs, and side hiking.
Work parties, 1994 Spring, 26 slides
Slides consist of the following subjects: Brookfield bridge dedication, Pomeraug, Paugussett, Mohawk trail, Cathederal Pines, and Deans Ravine Brook. Slides from Richard Blake. Slides marked 1993-1994
Bridge work, Case Mountain, 1994 Spring, 11 slides
Slides from Whitehouse.
Box Container
Events, 1960-2000 41 4
Connecticut Forest and Park Association meeting at Great Pond, undated
Field meeting, Xmas tree planting, 1960 August, 2 slides
Trails dinner, 1992, 3 slides
Slide dated May 1993.
Trails for Tomorrow Award, 1993 August, 5 slides
Includes a slide of Yosemite Lembert Dome and Reno.
Untitled, 1993 November
A large group of people possibly for a dinner at headquarters.
Untitled, 1994 June, 24 slides
Slides 0-18 shows a city park with children and posters; and slides 20-24 are of hiking and possibly a quarry.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association annual meeting and dedication of Camp Demonstration Forest and open house, 2000 May 6-June 6, 14 slides
Group tour. Photographs have been removed to photograph series.
Box Container
Buildings, 1962-2000 41 4
Connecticut Arboretum Lodge, 1962 May
State Capitol, office at 1010 Main Street, East Hartford, 1983 April, 10 slides
Jay Furlazo and John Hibbard.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association headquarters sign and library, 1996 November, 2 slides
Connecticut Forest and Park Association headquarters, 2000 Fall, 4 slides
Box Container
Landscapes, 1940-1996 41 4
Tree varieties, 1940 June 18-1947 November, 18 slides
Includes a slide of Housatonic Forest, Mount Tom State Park, and Native Rhododendron.
Shade trees and street scenes, Urban Forestry of 1950's, 1950-1957, 17 slides
Includes a beaver house, Lady Sycamore tree and Shepard's Cordwood contraption in Pachaug.
Trees, circa 1950, 14 slides
Unidentified - trees along the roadside.
Dutch Elm disease, circa 1950, 2 slides 5
Yellow flag, Whalley Avenue, and Westville.
Trees and leaves, circa 1950, 6 slides
Identified trees and close up of leaves.
Untitled, 1959 July, 3 slides
One slide has 4 unidentified personnel.
Trees, Christmas trees and Connecticut Forest and Park Association field meeting, 1960 October, 9 slides
Wood cutting, stumps, and snow scene Blue Blaze trail, 1973 May-1976 April, 4 slides
Dirt clearing, 1984 May
Flowers, 1982 May-1987 April, 39 slides
Variety of plants and flowering bushes. Slides by Jay, Matt Donachie and others.
Tree cutting, 1991 April
Person cutting pine tree.
Lamentah closed, 1993 April, 6 slides
Black Pond Park, a Meriden City Park, 1994 March
Slide by D.M. Smith.
Hemlocks and Mark McClure, 1994 June
Fire, 1996 May
Box Container
Exhibit Materials, 1970-1999 41 5
Keep Connecticut Green, circa 1970
Tri-fold poster display.
Dutch Elm disease control, circa 1970
Tri-fold poster display, posssibly Greenwich Tree Department.
The National Wildlife Federation, 1988
Scenic view.
National Trails Day banner, 1993 June 5
Geological map of Connecticut, 1994 August
Landscapes of Connecticut.
Zoological Society of San Diego, 1999, 6 slides
Commercial duplicates.
Box Container
Publication Materials, 1973-1992 41 5
Sitting at desk, 1973 August
Possibly at headquarters. Photograph removed to publication folder.
Coyote photos, 1992 May, 2 slides
Used for Coyote article, 1999. Slides by Paul Rego; photocopy in box 40 folder 19.
Farmland article, 1973 August, 2 slides
CW-9 cover shot and CW-10 inside front cover. Photographs removed to publication materials, farmland article. l slide by Barbara Sherman.
Connecticut Forest and Park Association title page and office-line drawings, undated, 3 slides
Box Container
Collections, 1907-1990 41 5
Shade trees, Dutch Elm and other topics, 1940-1960, 120 slides
Slides consist of the following topics: Pachaug Nursery, Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) people; Dutch Elm disease; tree specimens; California and Mexico; and Northern New England wild flowers. Also includes: Bluff Point, Mystic River, Billboard signs, Natchaug Forest, Trailer Camp at Peoples Forest, Mount Tom, Kent Falls, Farmington River, Moosehead Lake, and Downer State Forest in Vermont.
South West Connecticut Scenery, Greenfield Hill Dogwoods and Silvermine area, 1944-1950, 71 slides 6
Topics include: silvermine, dogwoods, Bradley's old axe factory in Lyon's Plain, Lovers Leap, Putnam Pond in Redding, Roton Point in South Norwalk. Slides by C.A. Owens Senior.
Haley Farm, Bluff Point, 1970-1978 41 6
Haley Farm, Bluff Point, 1970-1978, 164 slides 42 7
Flora; Point Lobos; wild flowers; Mystic River; from Claiborne C. Van Zandt, Jr.
Slides stamped: SNET CO.; from glass slides and State Parks, 1907-1990, 76 slides
1907-1920's; 1930's includes Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camps; and 1960-1980's includes State Parks, Connecticut Forest and Park Association office, maps and diagrams from glass slides, logo and publication covers.
Box Container
Duplicate Groups of Slides, 1940-1986 42 7
Xmass trees at Monroe, Connecticut, 1965
Probably Wagner Farm; slides by D.M. Smith.
Bus trip, 1979
Wilbur Cross Parkway, 1982 October
Taken from Ridge Road overpass in North Haven. Slides by D.M. Smith.
Elm trees: Enfield Town Hall and Cemetary, Saint Mary's Church in Hazardville, Thompsonville, Fuller School in Somers, Somerville, Mansfield, and other unidentified locations, circa 1940, 22 slides
2 slides are encased in glass.
Trails through towns, 1972-1986, 46 slides 7-8
Towns covered in slides include: Ashford, Barkhamsted, Burlington, Guilford, Hamden, Hebron, Kent, Mansfield, Meriden, Middlefield, Middletown, Plymouth, North Pauguset, Simsbury, Southington, Tarrifville, Thomaston, Unionville, Voluntown, Watertown, and Wolcott. Slides by Matt Donachie.
Trails by name, undated, 26 slides
Trails covered in slides include: Housatonic, Mattabessett, Mattatuck, Metacomet, Natchaug, Nipmuck, Ragged Mountain, Shenipsit, Tunxis, and Vernon fungus.
Trails with hikers and views, undated, 25 slides
Trails covered in slides include: Agricultural Experiment Station in Hamden, Cockaponset, Macedonia, Mattabesett, Mattatuck, McLean Refuge, Metacomet, Mount Algo, Pachaug, and Shenipsit.
Trails, undated, 17 slides
Blue Blazed Trails. Slides by Cara Lee.
Appalachian trail, State Park vistas, State Forest, and incomplete numbered set 1-138, undated, 30 slides
Locations in slides include: Blue Trails bronze plaque, Bulls Bridge, Cornwall, Falls Village, Hamden, Hawk Watch, Barn Door Hill-McLean Refuge, Horse Trail, Kent, Macedonia, Mattatuck, Monroe, Paugussett, Peoples Forest, Sherman, and tightwire crossing. People identified in slides: Ned Anderson, John Dowd, and Norm Sills.
Hiking groups and repeated duplicates, undated, 61 slides
Slides consist of the following topics: American Legion-Peoples State Forest-Coal mound, Macedonia summit of Cobble Mountain in Kent, and winter scenes.
Vistas, trails, snow scenes and repeated duplicates, undated, 41 slides
Slides consist of the following topics: Avon Mountain tower, East Granby Land Trust signage, flowers, maps and brochures, Mattabesset in Middletwon and Middlefield Black Pond, Nipmuck, Western Mattatuck Trail, Paugussett trail in Monroe or Shelton, and Sleeping Giant.
Possibly used for "Hiking Connecticut's blue-blazed trails" slide show with text and sound. See sound recording series for sound cassette.
Series 14. Scrapbooks, circa 1921-1994
Box
Scrapbooks, 1924-1945, 2 volumes 27
Scrapbooks, 1985-1994, 2 volumes
Scrapbooks, circa 1921-1950, 2 volumes 28
Scrapbook, circa 1921-1939, contains a few black-and-white photographs and prints of the Flood of 1936 and Hurricane of 1938.
Scrapbooks, 1950-1957, 2 volumes 29
Haley Farm scrapbook, 1963-1966, undated, 1 volume 30
Scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, souvenir pamphlet, programs, and photographs covering the topics of Haley Farm and the Connecticut River Ramble.
Scrapbooks, 1957-1966, 2 volumes
Series 15. Maps, 1929-1978
Box Folder
Avon, Connecticut, 1957 45 1
Quadrangle Topographic and Highway map.
Connecticut mini maps, 1929-1935 2
State parks picture plan, distribution of Capitol Outlay and use.
Forest and hiking map booklets, 1929-1964, 5 folded booklets 3
Cockaponset State Forest, July 1930; Hiking Connecticut's Blue-Blazed Trails, undated; Hiking Trails of New England, 1964; Mohawk State Forest, May 1929; and Peoples and American Legion State Forests, July 1929.
Glacial Geology of Connecticut, circa 1930 4
Large topographic map.
Isolines, circa 1949 5
Maps depict forested area, climate zones. waterlaid soil, annual snowfall, temperatures, soil groups, bedrock formations, and population.
Connecticut local area trails, circa 1940-1970 6
Some maps also include correspondences and newspaper clippings: Bridgeport, Glastonbury, Manchester, Mattabesett, Mattatuck, Narragansett, Peoples and American Legion in Barkhamsted, Quinnipiac, Somers, Waterbury, and Winsted- Appalachian Mountain Club (A.M.C.) walk.
Newark Group, 1949-1960 7
Newark formations, also includes a film negative of the map.
Newington, Connecticut, circa 1931 8
Indian Hill Golf Club and area.
Sleeping Giant on Mount Carmel, circa 1930 9
Giant sized map showing Hamden and Wallingford, Connecticut; also includes Sleeping Giant Park Association, Inc. Annual meeting notice.
Tunxis Trail, 1970-1978 10
Barkhamsted, New Hartford, and Nepaug.
Series 16. Artifacts, 1996, undated
Box
Slide viewer and 35mm film, undated 46 Item 1
Pana-Vue 2 by View-Master slide viewer, one uncut strip black and white film possibly of Tree Farm, Water Fall, abandon building and one Koday Advantix film cassette-possibly empty.
Badges, undated, 5 badges Item 2
Three Connecticut's Blue-Blazed Hiking Trails: Mattabesett Trail and Quinnipiac Trail; and two Connecticut Forest and Park Association (CFPA) Trails Volunteer.
Silver and Blue ribbon, 1996 Item 3
Inscription on back: Hartford Flower Show, Nancy MaCall, Melissa Jones, Mary Lyons.
Picture signs and word signs, undated Item 4
Possibly used for display, mounted on foam core are six titled painted pictures - buildings shopping areas, streets, parking lots, parks, playgrounds; eight word signs - increase land value, provide shade, create oxygen, beautify sites, reduce noise, enrich soil, curtail erosion, and harbor wildlife.
Picture signs and word signs, undated Item 4
Wildlife.
Trail signs, undated, Metal: 2 white and 5 blue; 9 cloth; 6 CFPA meeting; 1 woods closed; 1 Connecticut Forest. Folder 2
Metal signs for Connecticut Forest and Park Association (CFPA) private conservation land and CFPA blue-blazed hiking trails; This trail is on private land and used only by the courtesy of the owner, whose rights must be respected, printed on material; Woods closed by proclamation of the governor; Connecticut Forestry Association, 1895; Connecticut Forest and Park Association (arrow) meeting.
The Sleeping Giant Park Association, Inc., undated Folder 3
Organized 1924.
Series 17. Removable Media, 1994-2005
RESTRICTED
Envelope
Articles for Spring/Summer Connecticut Woodlands, 2001, 1 - 3.5 in. floppy disk 1
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C.C.C. article by Jeanne Filek, 1st draft, 2000 November 22, 1 - 3.5 in. floppy disk 2
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CFPA Annual Report 2000, 1998-2001, 1 - 3.5 in. floppy disk 3
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CFPA Headquarters / CFPA Logo, 1998-2000, 1 - 3.5 in. floppy disk 4
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CFPA rainfall presentation, 2002 October, 1 - 3.5 in. floppy disk 5
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Connecticut Woodlands winter, 2000-2001, 1 - 3.5 in. floppy disk 6
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Detailed Environmental Annual Report, 1994, 2 - 3.5 in. floppy disk 7
1 floppy disk contains the PDF report and 1 contains the Adobe software.
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Landowner seminar, 1999 September-2000 March, 1 - 3.5 in. floppy disk 8
Floppy disk contains ten Microsoft Word documents.
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Metacomet Trail (J. Barnett), 2000 June 29, 1 - 3.5 in. floppy disk 9
Floppy disk contains a Microsoft Word document.
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CFPA, 2005, 1 compact disc, 34.6 MB 1
20 jpegs.
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CFPA volunteers building a bridge, 2005, 1 compact disc, 86.6 MB 2
10 tif.
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CFPA volunteers picnic, Day Pond, 2004 September 19, 1 compact disc, 22.4 MB 3
26 jpegs, 30 dat, 6 vcd, 1 app, 1 cfg, 1 fnt, and 1 rtf.
From Bob Schoff.
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Connecticut Woodlands spring photos, 2001, 1 compact disc, 6.46 MB 4
8 jpegs and 1 tif.
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Bridgeport and Hartford Olmsted Legacy Trail photo and descrips, 2004, 1 compact disc, 147 MB 5
B. Yaeger, copy 2.
176 jpegs, 2 Microsoft Word documents.
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Manchester, Meriden, New Britain, New London, and West Hartford Olmsted Legacy Trail photo and descrips, 2004, 1 compact disc, 195 MB 6
B. Yaeger, copy 2.
200 jpegs and 1 Microsoft Word document.
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Middletown, Cromwell, New Haven, and Waterbury Olmsted Legacy Trail, 2004, 1 compact disc, 299 MB 7
B. Yaeger, copy 2.
257 jpegs, 3 Microsoft Word documents, 1 gif, and 1 psd.
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Olmsted, 2005, 1 compact disc, 7 MB 8
8 jpegs.
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Trails workshop, 2005 May, 1 compact disc, 9.72 MB 9
11 jpegs.
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Visual Identity for Reproduction, 2003, 1 compact disc, 702 KB 10
4 eps.
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Series 18. Sound Recordings, 1966-1993
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Annual Trails, 1993 June 12, 1 sound cassette 47
Recorded on both sides.
CFPA Annual Meeting, 1989 June 19, 1 sound cassette
Recorded on both sides.
CFPA Annual, 1990 June 11-16, 1 sound cassette
Side 2: Public Radio - Forests.
Forest are more than trees; An educational slide/tape presentation of the National Wildlife Federation, 1989 June 19, 1 sound cassette + supplemental material
Boxed set also contains slides and educator's guide book.
Governor Conference on Natural Beauty, 1966 March 10, 5 reels - 5 in. sound tape reel
Tape #1 - Panel #1, speeches by Seed & Glison, panel questions & replies; Tape #2 - Panel #2, speeches by Wallace; Tape #3 - Panel #2, speeches by Mills & Spreiregen; Tape 4 - Panel #2, (continued) Spreiregen; Tape #5 - Panel #3, speeches by Williams, Foster.
Reel 4 & 5 recorded on both sides.
"Hiking Connecticuts Blue Blazed Trails", 1987 September 30, 1 sound cassette + supplemental material
Also contains a script and slides, see slide series for both.
Keeping Connecticut green, 1984 April 19, 1 sound cassette + supplemental material
Also contains slides, see slide series - container 3.
"Keeping Connecticut green" Connecticut Forest & Parks Association, undated, 1 sound cassette
Lufkin, 1974 April 22, 1 reel - 5 in. sound tape reel
Public radio, 1990 April 11, 1 sound cassette
Ramble tape, undated, 1 reel - 5 in. sound tape reel
The Woodlands demo - Guy W. Dedell, undated, 1 sound cassette
All the music is produced and performed by Guy W. Dedell.
Series 19. Film and Video, 1998, undated
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CFPA - Jerry Rankin, 1998 March 4, 1 videocassette (VHS), 1/2 in. 47
CFPA Annual Meeting, 1998 June 15, 2 videocassette (VHS), 1/2 in.
Seasons Of The Forest, Connecticut Forest & Park Association, undated, 1 videocassette (U-matic): 3/4 in.
Untitled, undated, 1 videocassette (VHS), 1/2 in.