Robert W. Graeber Papers 1911-1949

Creator
Graeber, Robert Walter, 1888-1967
Size
3.5 linear feet (7 archival boxes)
Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff.

Call number
MC 00020

News clippings, radio talks, articles, correspondence, field reports, and photographs relating to Robert Walter Graeber's thirty-two years spent in service of the North Carolina Agricultural Extension program. As head of the Forestry Extension, he influenced the founding of the North Carolina State College (later North Carolina State University) Forestry Department in 1929. Of major interest in this collection are Graeber's weekly field reports on several counties in North Carolina. These reports reflect Graeber's daily activities from 1926 to 1939. Other reports meticulously document plots of timber within several counties over the same period. Age, growth, volume, number, and price of standing trees represent the data gathered.

Biographical/historical note

Robert Walter Graeber was born January 1, 1888, in Mount Vernon, Rowan County, North Carolina. He attended Concord Public School and moved to Raleigh in 1907 to study at North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (later North Carolina State University). He graduated from A & College in 1911, with a B.S. in agriculture and again, in 1930, with a B.S. in Forestry (but the name of the institution had in 1917 been changed to North Carolina State College of Agriculture and Engineering).

From 1911 to 1912, Graeber worked for the North Carolina Department of Agriculture as a dairy extension specialist and as a manager of Joyner Farms (private) in Pitt County. In 1913, he became a county agricultural agent in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, where he started North Carolina's first Boys' Pig Club and held the state's first farm tour. He was the first North Carolina State College graduate to be employed as a full-time extension agent. After approximately four years as Mecklenburg's county agent, Graeber accepted a position in 1917 as county agricultural agent with Clemson College in South Carolina, and in that state's Lancaster County and Lee County. He returned to North Carolina, however, at the beginning of 1920, to serve as aounty agricultural agent in Iredell County until 1925. Major fertilizer companies credit Graeber with establishing the use of high-analysis fertilizer in the state as a result of a 1920-1921 campaign he conducted in Iredell County. During this time in Iredell County, Graeber also began a serious interest in forest management.

On December 1, 1925, Graeber became North Carolina's only extension forester. During his early years in this position, Graeber's efforts to educate North Carolinians about forest management stimulated the North Carolina Forestry Association to prompt the development of a four-year forestry curriculum at North Carolina State College in Raleigh. The Department of Forestry opened on September 19, 1929, and its first class of seventeen, including Graeber, graduated in 1930.

During his tenure as extension forester, the one-man extension program developed into a known and respected forestry program with a staff of eight, including the extension forester, by the time Graeber retired in 1949. Even though not a forester when hired, Graeber's enthusiasm and commitment for developing North Carolina's two fundamental resources of soil and forests buoyed the program as it grew into a recognized service to the state.

Graeber belonged to the Society of American Foresters, the American Forestry Association, the North Carolina Forestry Association, the Forest Farmers Association, Epsilon Sigma Phi (Extension Service Veterans), the Grange and Farm Bureau, and the Raleigh Executives Club. Graeber was active in the Lutheran Church and served as chairman of the council from 1946 to 1948. At the time of his retirement, Graeber resided in Raleigh and owned about 500 acres of woodland in Wake County and Guilford County, North Carolina.

Graeber was married to Margaret Emma Shepard of Guilford County, North Carolina. He died in Raleigh on July 19, 1967.

Scope/content

Papers relate to Robert Walter Graeber's work, 1911-1912, as a dairy extension specialist in Pitt County, North Carolina, as a county agricultural agent in Mecklenburg, 1913-1917, and Iredell, 1920-1925, counties, North Carolina, and his tenure, 1925-1949, as the state's extension forester. The first series consists of Demonstration Reports, 1926-1942; the second series details Weekly and Monthly Field Reports, 1926-1949; the third series, Circular Letters, 1932-1946, circulated from the Forestry Extension located in Raleigh to county agents and residents of North Carolina; the fourth series, Writings of Graeber, 1925-1949 and undated, includes typed news articles and 4-H handbooks written by Graeber and his staff, as well as a five-page research proposal written by Graeber, probably when he was a student in North Carolina State College's forestry program from 1929 to 1930; the fifth series, News Clippings, 1921-1947, compiles articles by Graeber and others, pertaining to agricultural and forestry topics in the state; the sixth series, Photographs, circa 1911-1938 and undated, includes photographs and negatives taken by Graeber and by the United States Forest Service of forestry demonstrations, forests, and rural agricultural groups in North Carolina. Many photographs were taken by United States Forest Service photographer W. R. Mattoon.

There are no personal papers in this collection.

The researcher may be interested in cross-referencing the various series in this collection to gain a fuller and more detailed understanding of Graeber's work in North Carolina. For example, weekly reports reveal Graeber's daily activities, including travel around the state for demonstrations, the clippings from those years show community announcement and reaction, and the photographs visually display what Graeber was demonstrating and with whom he spoke. Unfortunately, many of the photographs do not provide individual names of those shown.

The collection is arranged in accordance with Graeber's original filing order. Therefore, within certain series and folders, some items are organized in reverse chronological order. Additionally, Graeber often filed his documents in year groupings that overlap into the next year, even if only one year is indicated in the folder title. It may be necessary, then, for the researcher to check files on either side of the target year to see all of the documents from this year. Some photographs were originally mounted on cardboard with a typed label on the back, indicating the photo's description, date, photographer, and number. These photographs have been removed from their backings, the typed information reformatted onto acid-free paper, and filed with the photo.

Physical description

9 archival boxes

Arrangement

The collection is organized into six series:

  • MC 00020 Series 1. Demonstration Reports
  • MC 00020 Series 2. Weekly and Monthly Demonstration Reports
  • MC 00020 Series 3. Circular Letters
  • MC 00020 Series 4. Writings of Graeber
  • MC 00020 Series 5. News Clippings
  • MC 00020 Series 6. Photographs

Use of these materials

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Robert W. Graeber Papers, MC 00020, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Source of acquisition

Gift of Robert Walter Graeber, May 1967 (Accession no. 1967-0003).

Demonstration Reports 1926-1942

These typed reports document the demonstrations Graeber gave in individual North Carolina counties about Farm Forest Management. He was primarily concerned with demonstrating thinning of Loblolly, Shortleaf, and Virginia Pines to farmers, but also frequently demonstrated timber stand improvement. The reports record the type of demonstration performed, the county and cooperating County Agent, the owner of the timber, type of soil ("character of the site"), purpose of the demonstration, data on the demonstration, reports from the owner about his wood harvest, including monetary values, specifics of the standing crop, and the farmer's income from wood harvest. Occasionally, Graeber worked with a local 4-H clubs in giving his demonstrations, and these occasions are noted in the reports.

2 folders

Demonstration Reports 1926-1936
Box 1, Folder 1
Demonstration Reports 1937-1942
Box 1, Folder 2
Weekly and Monthly Demonstration Reports 1926-1942
Size: 1 linear foot

Graeber filed weekly reports to the Chief and Director of the Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics entitled, "Specialist's Weekly Report." This series contains his copies of the triplicate forms, and identifies the location and description of the work Graeber performed each day of the week, including number of letters written, office consultations, and miles traveled by automobile and railroad. The "General Remarks" sections of these reports allowed Graeber to elaborate on his activities, and he often included anecdotes and descriptions of his encounters with individual farmers he met while performing forestry demonstrations. In 1934 Graeber also began to file a more generalized monthly report, called the "Monthly Certificate of Service," which basically summarized his weekly reports.

The monthly reports are arranged at the end of the weekly reports, similar to Graeber's filing system. Occasionally, Graeber also filed his annual report drafts with these weekly and monthly reports.

2 archival boxes

Weekly Reports and County Summaries 1926
Box 1, Folder 3
Weekly Reports 1927
Box 1, Folder 4
Weekly Reports 1928
Box 1, Folder 5
Weekly Reports 1929
Box 1, Folder 6
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1930
Box 1, Folder 7
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1931
Box 1, Folder 8
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1932
Box 1, Folder 9
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1933
Box 1, Folder 10
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1934
Box 1, Folder 11
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1935
Box 1, Folder 12
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1936
Box 1, Folder 13
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1937
Box 2, Folder 1
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1938
Box 2, Folder 2
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1939
Box 2, Folder 3
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1940
Box 2, Folder 4
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1941
Box 2, Folder 5
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1942
Box 2, Folder 6
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1943
Box 2, Folder 7
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1944
Box 2, Folder 8
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1945
Box 2, Folder 9
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1946
Box 2, Folder 10
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1947
Box 2, Folder 11
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1948
Box 2, Folder 12
Weekly/Monthly Reports 1949
Box 2, Folder 13
Circular Letters 1932-1946
Size: 0.5 linear feet

As the state's Extension Forester, Graeber stimulated forestry activities in the counties by sending circular letters and informational materials to County Agents about current forest topics. These typed letters and materials address forest fires, timber income, tree plantings, seedlings, deforestation, 4-H Club involvement in forestry practices, and timber uses in the second world war effort, among other topics often reflected in Graeber's news articles and clippings.

1 archival box

Circular Letters 1932
Box 3, Folder 1
Circular Letters 1933
Box 3, Folder 2
Circular Letters 1934
Box 3, Folder 3
Circular Letters 1935
Box 3, Folder 4
Circular Letters 1936
Box 3, Folder 5
Circular Letters 1937
Box 3, Folder 6
Circular Letters 1938
Box 3, Folder 7
Circular Letters 1939
Box 3, Folder 8
Circular Letters 1940
Box 3, Folder 9
Circular Letters 1941
Box 3, Folder 10
Circular Letters 1942
Box 3, Folder 11
Circular Letters 1943
Box 3, Folder 12
Circular Letters 1944
Box 3, Folder 13
Circular Letters 1945
Box 3, Folder 14
Circular Letters 1946
Box 3, Folder 15
Writings of Graeber 1925-1949
Size: 0.75 linear feet

The first subseries contains Graeber's typed news articles, 1925-1949, that he submitted to North Carolina, Southern, and national publications, including editor Clarence Poe's The Progressive Farmer, editor F. H. Jeter's The Southern Planter, The Southern Lumberman (Tennessee), The Southern Lumber Journal (Florida), and The American Lumberman (Chicago, Illinois). Topics typically addressed the forests of specific North Carolina counties, 4-H club involvement in forestry activities, forestry meetings, and special forestry events in North Carolina. A list of titles and first lines for each year follows the container list.

The second subseries is Graeber's "Outline of Study to be made by R. W. Graeber as a Graduate Student" for Forestry 402, "Problems in Research," n.d.. This study of the growth "of Even-Aged Shortleaf Pine in Relation of Soil Type and Stand Density to Determine Age or Period at which Trimming (artificial) should Begin" probably was submitted during Graeber's Forestry study at North Carolina State College from 1929 to 1930, when he graduated with a B.S. in Forestry.

1.5 archival boxes

News Articles 1925-1949
1927-1928
Box 3, Folder 16
1928-1929
Box 3, Folder 17
1929-1930
Box 3, Folder 18
1930-1931
Box 3, Folder 19
1931-1932
Box 4, Folder 1
1932-1933
Box 4, Folder 2
1933-1934
Box 4, Folder 3
1934-1935
Box 4, Folder 4
1935-1936
Box 4, Folder 5
1936-1937
Box 4, Folder 6
1937-1938
Box 4, Folder 7
1938-1939
Box 4, Folder 8
1939-1940
Box 4, Folder 9
1940-1941
Box 4, Folder 10
1941-1942
Box 4, Folder 11
1942
Box 4, Folder 12
News Articles 1943
Box 4, Folder 13
1944
Box 4, Folder 14
1945
Box 4, Folder 15
1946
Box 4, Folder 16
1947
Box 4, Folder 17
Research Proposal
Outline of Study to be Made by R.W.Graeber, n.d.
Box 4, Folder 18
News Clippings 1921-1947
1921
Box 5, Folder 1
1923
Box 5, Folder 2
1926
Box 5, Folder 3
1927
Box 5, Folder 4
1928
Box 5, Folder 5
1929
Box 5, Folder 6
1930
Box 5, Folder 7
1931
Box 5, Folder 8
1932
Box 5, Folder 9
1933
Box 5, Folder 10
1934
Box 5, Folder 11
1935
Box 5, Folder 12
1936-1937
Box 5, Folder 13
1938
Box 5, Folder 14
1940
Box 5, Folder 15
1941
Box 5, Folder 16
1942
Box 5, Folder 17
1943
Box 5, Folder 18
1944
Box 5, Folder 19
1945
Box 5, Folder 20
1946
Box 5, Folder 21
1947
Box 5, Folder 22
Photographs circa 1911-1938
Size: 2 linear feet

This series consists of negatives and photographs from Graeber's work as a dairy extension specialist in Pitt County, a county agricultural agent in Mecklenburg and Iredell counties, and during his tenure as extension forester. From circa 1913 to circa 1917, photographs record the Mecklenburg County Pig and Poultry clubs. The 1920 to 1925 negatives and photographs circa this period depict Graeber's activities in Iredell County, North Carolina, particularly bee-keeping demonstrations, cattle and chicken shows, damaged corn fields, and peach trees. The negatives from this period are cellulose nitrate film and will need preservation attention in the future. The photographs from 1926 to 1938 depict North Carolina forests and forestry demonstrations. Many of these photographs were taken by United States Forest Service photographer, W. R. Mattoon, and are numbered in the lower right-hand corner. This numbering system correlates to the order in which the pictures were taken and when possible, have been filed in "chronological" order. Graeber also took photographs from 1931 to 1938, and while these are numbered by a different system than Mattoon's, they also correlate to chronological order. Occasionally letters or identifying keys accompanied the photos, and these documents have been separated from the photos and housed with the rest of the manuscript collection under the photographs series. Photographs and negatives are arranged in the container list by chronological arrangement, but housed according to size. Negatives are labeled "NEG," and when possible, follow the print they produced.

4 archival boxes

Written Materials relating to Photographs 1920-1929
Box 5, Folder 23
Pig Club, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina , circa 1913-1917
Box 6, Folder 1
Poultry Club, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina , circa 1913-1917
Box 6, Folder 2
Iredell County, North Carolina , circa 1920-1925
Box 6, Folder 3
Cow and boy, Monroe, North Carolina 1921
Box 6, Folder 4
Pride's Goldie of Glenside cow, Monroe, North Carolina 1923
Box 6, Folder 5
Jersey Cow, Monroe, North Carolina 1923
Box 6, Folder 6
Iredell County, North Carolina 1923
Box 6, Folder 7
Iredell County, North Carolina 1924
Box 6, Folder 8
Pitt County, North Carolina, c. 1911-1912
Box 7, Folder 1
Cooperative Hog Shipments, Iredell County, North Carolina, 1920
Box 7, Folder 2
Iredell County, North Carolina, circa 1920-1925
Box 7, Folder 3
Iredell County, North Carolina, 1923
Box 7, Folder 4
Iredell County, North Carolina, 1924
Box 7, Folder 5
Forestry Demonstration, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon 1924
Box 7, Folder 6
Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon , circa 1924
Box 7, Folder 7
Not in North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, c. 1924-1926
Box 7, Folder 8
Iredell County, North Carolina, 1925
Box 7, Folder 9
Eastern North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, April 1926
Box 7, Folder 10
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, April 1926
Box 7, Folder 11
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,540, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 12
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,543, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 13
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,544, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 14
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,544, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 15
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,545, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 16
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,546, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 17
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,547, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 18
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,548, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 19
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,550, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 20
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,555, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 21
Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #216,558, circa 1926
Box 7, Folder 22
Farm and Forest Demonstrations, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Ackermann, c. 1920-1925
Box 8, Folder 1
Shortleaf pine, farm of P.A. Gantt, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon #219,581 1927
Box 8, Folder 2
Demonstration in forest, North Carolina Shortleaf pine, farm of P.A. Gantt, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon #219,581 1927
Box 8, Folder 3
Forestry Demonstration, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,583 1927
Box 8, Folder 4
Forestry Demonstration, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,586 1927
Box 8, Folder 5
Dimension stock for furniture, O.C. Jernigan Dimension Mill, Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon #219,587 1927
Box 8, Folder 6
O.C. Jernigan Dimension Mill, Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,589 1927
Box 8, Folder 7
O.C. Jernigan Dimension Mill, Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,590 1927
Box 8, Folder 8
Demonstration in forest, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon #219,594 1927
Box 8, Folder 9
Group photo in forest, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon #219,597 1927
Box 8, Folder 10
Demonstration example in forest, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon #219,600 1927
Box 8, Folder 11
Shortleaf pine forest farm of Ed Spainhour, Burke County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,602 1927
Box 8, Folder 12
Shortleaf pine forest farm of Ed Spainhour, Burke County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,602 1927
Box 8, Folder 13
Shortleaf pine forest farm of Ed Spainhour, Burke County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,603 1927
Box 8, Folder 14
Shortleaf pine forest farm of Ed Spainhour, Burke County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,604 1927
Box 8, Folder 15
Shortleaf pine forest farm of Ed Spainhour, Burke County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,605 1927
Box 8, Folder 16
Shortleaf pine forest farm of Ed Spainhour, Burke County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,606 1927
Box 8, Folder 17
Shortleaf pine forest farm of Ed Spainhour, Burke County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,608 1927
Box 8, Folder 18
Telephone wires, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon #219,610 1927
Box 8, Folder 19
Land and trees along Catawba River, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon #219,611 1927
Box 8, Folder 20
Shortleaf pine farm of D.P. McSwain, Stanly County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,613 1927
Box 8, Folder 21
Shortleaf pine farm of D.P. McSwain, Stanly County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,614 1927
Box 8, Folder 22
Shortleaf pine farm of D.P. McSwain, Stanly County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,616 1927
Box 8, Folder 23
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, Photo by Mattoon, #219,618 1927
Box 8, Folder 24
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, Photo by Mattoon, #219,619 1927
Box 8, Folder 25
Telephone poles and wires, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,620 1927
Telephone poles and wires, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,621 1927
Box 8, Folder 26
Logs at mill, Photo by Mattoon, #219,625 1927
Box 8, Folder 27
Boy standing in tree, Photo by Mattoon, #219,930 1927
Box 8, Folder 28
Shortleaf pine forest, farm of C. M. Icenhour, Alexander County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,932 1927
Box 8, Folder 29
Shortleaf pine forest, farm of C. M. Icenhour, Alexander County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,933 1927
Box 8, Folder 30
Drying Logs in forest, Photo by Mattoon, #219,934 1927
Box 8, Folder 31
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, Photo by Mattoon, #219,935 1927
Box 8, Folder 32
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, Photo by Mattoon, #219,936 1927
Box 8, Folder 33
Shortleaf pine forest, farm of D.T. Johnston, Alexander County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,938 1927
Box 8, Folder 34
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #219,941 1927
Box 8, Folder 35
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #219,942 1927
Box 8, Folder 36
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, farm of D.T. Johnston, Alexander County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,943 1927
Box 8, Folder 37
Demonstration, farm of Jacob Tickle, Alamance County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,946 1927
Box 8, Folder 38
Demonstration, farm of Jacob Tickle, Alamance County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,946 1927
Box 8, Folder 39
Jacob Tickle and son next to pine, Photo by Mattoon, #219,947 1927
Box 8, Folder 40
Unidentified man in pine forest, Photo by Mattoon, #219,949 1927
Box 8, Folder 41
Graeber measuring tree width, Photo by Mattoon, #219,951 1927
Box 8, Folder 42
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #219,952 1927
Box 8, Folder 43
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #219,953 1927
Box 8, Folder 44
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #219,954 1927
Box 8, Folder 45
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #219,956 1927
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #219,957 1927
Box 8, Folder 46
Unidentified North Carolina tree, Photo by Mattoon, #219,958 1927
Box 8, Folder 47
Unidentified North Carolina tree, Photo by Mattoon, #219,959 1927
Box 8, Folder 48
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #219,962 1927
Box 8, Folder 49
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,964 1927
Box 8, Folder 50
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #219,965 1927
Box 8, Folder 51
Gravestone of W.F. and Bettie S. Vestal in forest Photo by Mattoon, #219,967 1927
Box 8, Folder 52
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,969 1927
Box 8, Folder 53
Signs nailed to trees on North Carolina Highway #10, between Durham and Hillsboro, Photo by Mattoon, #219,972 1927
Box 8, Folder 54
Signs nailed to trees on North Carolina Highway #10, between Durham and Hillsboro, Photo by Mattoon, #219,973 1927
Box 8, Folder 55
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,975 1927
Box 8, Folder 56
Example of pine base, Photo by Mattoon, #219,977 1927
Box 8, Folder 57
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,978 1927
Box 8, Folder 58
Graeber and others in log yard, Photo by Mattoon, #219,980 1927
Box 8, Folder 59
Graeber and others in log yard, Photo by Mattoon, #219,985 1927
Box 8, Folder 60
Graeber and others in log yard, Photo by Mattoon, #219,986 1927
Box 8, Folder 61
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,987 1927
Box 8, Folder 62
Graeber and others in log yard, Photo by Mattoon, #219,988 1927
Box 8, Folder 63
Graeber and others in log yard, Photo by Mattoon, #219,989 1927
Box 8, Folder 64
At log yard Photo by Mattoon, #219,990 1927
Box 8, Folder 65
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,994 1927
Box 8, Folder 66
Farm house and forest, Photo by Mattoon, #219,995 1927
Box 8, Folder 67
Pine forest, Photo by Mattoon, #219,996 1927
Box 8, Folder 68
Farm Forest Management Demonstration, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #219,997 1927
Box 8, Folder 69
Lumber piles in forest, Photo by Mattoon, #220,002 1927
Box 8, Folder 70
Unidentified man in pine forest, Photo by Mattoon, #220,005 1927
Box 8, Folder 71
Pinehurst, North Carolina (See corresponding letter) 1927
Box 8, Folder 72
Pinehurst, North Carolina (See corresponding letter) 1927
Box 8, Folder 73
Pinehurst, North Carolina (See corresponding letter) 1927
Box 8, Folder 74
Pinehurst, North Carolina (See corresponding letter) 1927
Box 8, Folder 75
Pinehurst, North Carolina (See corresponding letter) 1927
Box 8, Folder 76
Pinehurst, North Carolina (See corresponding letter) 1927
Box 8, Folder 77
Pinehurst, North Carolina (See corresponding letter) 1927
Box 8, Folder 78
Pinehurst, North Carolina (See corresponding letter) 1927
Box 8, Folder 79
Pinehurst, North Carolina (See corresponding letter) 1927
Box 8, Folder 80
Shortleaf pine in Poole woods near Raleigh, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber #200 1928
Box 8, Folder 81
Main building, 4-H Camp, Buncome County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #237,090 (See key) 1929
Box 8, Folder 82
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,091 1929
Box 8, Folder 83
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,092 1929
Box 8, Folder 84
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,093 1929
Box 8, Folder 85
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,094 1929
Box 8, Folder 86
Forest of Mrs. John Branch, Hendersonville, Henderson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #237,096 (See key) 1929
Box 8, Folder 87
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,165 1929
Box 8, Folder 88
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,166 1929
Box 8, Folder 89
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,167 1929
Box 8, Folder 90
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,168 1929
Box 8, Folder 91
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,169 1929
Box 8, Folder 92
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,170 1929
Box 8, Folder 93
Western North Carolina Forests, Photo by Mattoon, #237,171 1929
Box 8, Folder 94
Sign advertising Double Top Mountain, Photo by Mattoon, #237,176 1929
Box 8, Folder 95
Wood from mountainside in Jackson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #237,179 (See key) 1929
Box 8, Folder 96
Wood piles at lumber yard, Photo by Mattoon, #237,180 1929
Box 8, Folder 97
Lumber yard of Harris Pin County, Drillsboro, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #237,181 (See key) 1929
Box 8, Folder 98
Farmers at woods meeting, farm of Maxwell Orphange, Macon County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #237,184 (See key) 1929
Box 8, Folder 99
Log yard at plant of Carolina Wood Turning County, Bryson City, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #237,185 (See key) 1929
Box 8, Folder 100
R.L. Stowe of Belmont, Gaston County, North Carolina with L.B. Altman, County Agent, Photo by Graeber #395 1931
Box 8, Folder 101
L.B. Altman, County Agent, measuring growth of Longleaf pine, Gaston County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber #396 1931
Box 8, Folder 102
Wild Black Cherry, in Forest Primeval of S.P. Ravenal, Highlands, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber #495 1931
Box 8, Folder 103
White Pine, in Forest Primeval of S.P. Ravenal, Highlands, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber #501 1931
Box 8, Folder 104
Hemlock bark example, Forest Primeval of S.P. Ravenal, Highlands, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber #503 1931
Box 8, Folder 105
Inspecting forest, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #262,969, circa 1931
Box 8, Folder 106
Summer cottage in pine forest, farm of D.S. Myers, Davidson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,922 1932
Box 8, Folder 107
Farmer inspecting Loblolly Pines, Stanly County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,929 1932
Box 8, Folder 108
Shortleaf pines, farm of C. Burris, Stanly County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,933 1932
Box 8, Folder 109
Thinning demonstration, farm of C.J. Dellinger, Cherryville, Gaston County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,936 1932
Box 8, Folder 110
Loblolly pines, farm of R.L. Stowe, Belmont, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,940 1932
Box 8, Folder 111
Black Locust, plantation of Walter Morrison, Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,942 1932
Box 8, Folder 112
Black Locust, plantation of Walter Morrison, Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,943 1932
Box 8, Folder 113
Demonstration meeting, woods of W.B. Joplin, Hudson, Caldwell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,949 1932
Box 8, Folder 114
Pine thinning demonstration, farm of G.E. Smith, Hudson, Caldwell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,950 1932
Box 8, Folder 115
Lake Lure and Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,952 1932
Box 8, Folder 116
Black Timber Rattlesnake, near Camp Moundamin, Tuxedo, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,953 1932
Box 8, Folder 117
Camp Moundamin, Tuxedo, Henderson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,954 1932
Box 8, Folder 118
Recreation building and dining hall, 4-H Club, Camp Sawannanoa, Photo by Mattoon, #269,955 1932
Box 8, Folder 119
Saul's Oak, Photo by Mattoon, #269,957 1932
Box 8, Folder 120
Yellow Poplar, Jackson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,960 1932
Box 8, Folder 121
Yellow Poplar, Jackson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,962 1932
Box 8, Folder 122
Log Cabin Association, Jackson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,963 1932
Box 8, Folder 123
Forestry meeting, Log Cabin Association, Jackson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,966 1932
Box 8, Folder 124
Haywood County 4-H Club boys, Swannanoa Camp, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,968 1932
Box 8, Folder 125
Graeber and Haywood County 4-H Club boys, Camp Swannanoa, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #269,970 1932
Box 8, Folder 126
Swimming pool, 4-H Club, Camp Swannanoa, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #270,104 1932
Box 8, Folder 127
Dehorned trees--improper trimming, Photo by Mattoon, #271,471 1932
Box 8, Folder 128
Dehorned trees--improper trimming, Photo by Mattoon, #271,472 1932
Box 8, Folder 129
Dogwood, farm of W.T. Perry, Chowan County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #569 1933
Box 8, Folder 130
Yellow Poplar, Sugar Cove, Clay County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #646 1933
Box 8, Folder 131
Giant Yellow Poplar, Sugar Cove, Clay County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #648 1933
Box 8, Folder 132
Northern Red Oak, Sugar Cove, Clay County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #649 1933
Box 8, Folder 133
Cucumber (Magnolia accuminate), Sugar Cove, Clay County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #650 1933
Box 8, Folder 134
Chestnut, Sugar Cove, Clay County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #651 1933
Box 8, Folder 135
Buckeye, Sugar Cove, Clay County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #652 1933
Box 8, Folder 136
Yellow Poplar, Sugar Cove, Clay County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #653 1933
Box 8, Folder 137
Yellow Poplar, Sugar Cove, Clay County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #654 1933
Box 8, Folder 138
Results of thinning, farm of I.J. Jackson, Vance County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,242 1933
Box 8, Folder 139
Loblolly pine demonstration, farm of O.S. Faulkner, Vance County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,245 1933
Box 8, Folder 140
Farm house made of pine logs, Mrs. H.F. Deer, Ruffin, Caswell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,246 1933
Box 8, Folder 141
Demonstration, farm of C.E. Fulp, Pfafftown, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,248 1933
Box 8, Folder 142
Charles H. Goslin and farmers, Pfafftown, Forsyth County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,249 1933
Box 8, Folder 143
Demonstration, farm of J.J. Hoots, Yadkin County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,255 1933
Box 8, Folder 144
Tourist cabin made of thinned pines, Brooks Cross Rd., Yadkin County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,258 1933
Box 8, Folder 145
Demonstration, farm of J.M. German, Boomer, Wilkes County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,259 1933
Box 8, Folder 146
Nursery Log Cabin Association, Sylva, Jackson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,260 1933
Box 8, Folder 147
Damming a mountain stream, Log Cabin Association, Sylva, Jackson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,265 1933
Box 8, Folder 148
Log Cabin Association, Jackson County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,267 1933
Box 8, Folder 149
Hemlock, Ravenal Primeval Forest, Highlands, Macon County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,271 1933
Box 8, Folder 150
Black Cherry, Ravenal Primeval Forest, Highlands, Macon County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,272 1933
Box 8, Folder 151
White Pine, in Forest Primeval of S.P. Ravenal, Highlands, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #278,273 1933
Box 8, Folder 152
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,969, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 153
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,970, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 154
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,972, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 155
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,973, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 156
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,974, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 157
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,975, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 158
Sapping a tree, at Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,976, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 159
Sapping a tree, at Naval Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,977, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 160
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,978, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 161
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,979, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 162
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,980, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 163
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,982, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 164
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,983, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 165
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,984, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 166
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,985, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 167
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,986, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 168
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,991, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 169
Navel Store, Osceloa Lodge, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,992, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 170
Navel Store, Osceloa Lodge, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,992, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 171
Navel Store, Osceola Lodge, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,995, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 172
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,996, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 173
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #312,997, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 174
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #313,000, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 175
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #313,001, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 176
Navel Store, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #313,003, circa 1933-1936
Box 8, Folder 177
Longleaf pine, Maury Ward Plantation, Duplin County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #675 1934
Box 8, Folder 178
Southern Cypress, Maury Ward Plantation, Duplin County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #682 1934
Box 8, Folder 179
Southern Cypress, Maury Ward Plantation, Duplin County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #683 1934
Box 8, Folder 180
Loblolly pines, farm of Sallie Jenkins, Gates County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #688 1934
Box 8, Folder 181
Longleaf pine, forest plantation of R.L. Stowe, Belmont, Gaston County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #703 1934
Box 8, Folder 182
Loblolly pine, farm of W.A. Thomas, Coiled, Hertford County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #713 1935
Box 8, Folder 183
Loblolly pine, farm of Charles Farmer, Greene County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #720 1935
Box 8, Folder 184
Loblolly pine, farm of A.C. VanHoy, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #722 1935
Box 8, Folder 185
Black Locust forest, Allegheny County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #735 1935
Box 8, Folder 186
Black Locust, farm of W.E. Morrison , Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #745 1935
Box 8, Folder 187
Loblolly pine, Piedmont Experiment Station, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #748 1935
Box 8, Folder 188
Loblolly pines, planted by J.E. VanHoy, Stanly County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #843 1937
Box 8, Folder 189
White Oak, farm of H.J. Hayes, Louisburg, Franklin County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #887 1937
Box 8, Folder 190
Black Locust, farm of J.L. McSwain, Cleveland County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #930 1937
Box 8, Folder 191
Loblolly pines, farm of D.H. Byrd, Harnett County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,193 1937
Box 8, Folder 192
Loblolly pines, farm of D.H. Byrd, Harnett County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,194 1937
Box 8, Folder 193
Loblolly pines, farm of D.H. Byrd, Harnett County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,195 1937
Box 8, Folder 194
Longleaf pine, farm of E.C. Johnson, Cumberland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,196 1937
Box 8, Folder 195
Longleaf pine, farm of E.C. Johnson, Cumberland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,197 1937
Box 8, Folder 196
Longleaf pine, farm of E.C. Johnson, Cumberland County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,198 1937
Box 8, Folder 197
Loblolly pine, farm of D.L. Mercer, Bolivia, Brunswick County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,199 1937
Box 8, Folder 198
Loblolly pine, farm of R.D. Clemmons, Brunswick County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,200 1937
Box 8, Folder 199
Loblolly pines and hardwoods, farm of J.R. Mintz, Shallotte, Brunswick County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,201 1937
Box 8, Folder 200
Loblolly pines, farm of Lula J. Smith, Pitt County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #339,203 1937
Box 8, Folder 201
Graeber, Photo by Mattoon, #339,204 1937
Box 8, Folder 202
Rufus H. Page, Jr. , Photo by Mattoon, #339,205 1937
Box 8, Folder 203
Scotch pine, North Carolina Granite Cooperation, Mt. Airy, Surry County, North Carolina, Photo by Graeber, #961 1938
Box 8, Folder 204
Forest Understory, Photographer unknown #6158, n.d.
Box 8, Folder 205
Drying Timber, Photographer unknown #02220, n.d.
North Carolina road, telephone poles and wires, Photo by Mattoon, #255,246, circa 1929-1930
Box 9, Folder 1
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #255,247, circa 1929-1930
Box 9, Folder 2
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #255,249, circa 1929-1930
Box 9, Folder 3
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #255,250, circa 1929-1930
Box 9, Folder 4
Forest Understory, Photo by Mattoon, #255,251, circa 1929-1930
Box 9, Folder 5
Red oak telephone poles, Cary, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,000 1930
Box 9, Folder 6
Fuelwood ready for market, Morrisville, Wake County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,001 1930
Box 9, Folder 7
Loblolly pine, U.S. Highway 70, Raleigh-Durham, Durham County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,005 1930
Box 9, Folder 8
White Oak Logs, O. E. and C. A. Bivens, Hillsboro, Orange County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,006 1930
Box 9, Folder 9
Cedar logs, Rosemon Cedar County, Hillsboro, Orange County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,007 1930
Box 9, Folder 10
4-H Black Walnut Club, Rockwell High School, Rowan County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,008 1930
Box 9, Folder 11
Walnut logs, Rowan County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,011 1930
Box 9, Folder 12
Black Walnut Grove, Rowan County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,019 1930
Box 9, Folder 13
Hulling Black Walnuts, farm of T.D. Brown, Rowan County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,014 1930
Box 9, Folder 14
Planting Black Locust, farm of W.E. Morrison, Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,020 1930
Box 9, Folder 15
Planting Black Locust, farm of W.E. Morrison, Statesville, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,023 1930
Box 9, Folder 16
Meeting, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,025 1930
Box 9, Folder 17
Thinning Shortleaf pine, P.A. Gantt Estate, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,035 1930
Box 9, Folder 18
Thinning Shortleaf pine, P.A. Gantt Estate, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,036 1930
Box 9, Folder 19
Loblolly pines, Piedmont Experiment Station, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,038 1930
Box 9, Folder 20
Shortleaf pine, Piedmont Experiment Station, Iredell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,040 1930
Box 9, Folder 21
Marking Shortleaf pine, farm of R.D. Rufty, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,048 1930
Box 9, Folder 22
Timber Stand Improvement Demonstration inspection, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,049 1930
Box 9, Folder 23
Virginia pines, farm of Emmet Turbyfill, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,051 1930
Box 9, Folder 24
Virginia pines, farm of Emmet Turbyfill, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,054 1930
Box 9, Folder 25
Shortleaf pine, farm of G.A. Arndt, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,057 1930
Box 9, Folder 26
Yellow Poplar after thinning, farm of G.A. Arndt, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,058 1930
Box 9, Folder 27
Shortleaf pine, Dogwood, Yellow Poplar, farm of G.A. Arndt, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,059 1930
Box 9, Folder 28
Shortleaf pine, farm of C.D. Sigmon, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,060 1930
Box 9, Folder 29
Shortleaf pine, farm of C.D. Sigmon, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,061 1930
Box 9, Folder 30
Shortleaf pine, farm of C.D. Sigmon, Catawba County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,062 1930
Box 9, Folder 31
Hulling Black Walnuts, Hudson Black Walnut Club, Caldwell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,063 1930
Box 9, Folder 32
Polishing Black Walnuts after hulling, Hudson 4-H Black Walnut Club, Caldwell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,065 1930
Box 9, Folder 33
Hudson 4-H Club, Caldwell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,067 1930
Box 9, Folder 34
Virginia pine, Caldwell County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,075 1930
Box 9, Folder 35
Virginia and Shortleaf pines, Alexander County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,086 1930
Box 9, Folder 36
Erosion gully and trees, Alexander County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,088 1930
Box 9, Folder 37
White and Shortleaf pines, Alexander County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,089 1930
Box 9, Folder 38
County Agent O.H. Phillips and farmers at demonstration, Stanly County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,111 1930
Box 9, Folder 39
Shortleaf pines, farm of C. Burris, Stanly County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,113 1930
Box 9, Folder 40
Shortleaf pines, farm of C. Burris, Stanly County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,114 1930
Box 9, Folder 41
Pine-hardwood type, Moore County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,123 1930
Box 9, Folder 42
Pine reproduction, Montgomery County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,122 1930
Box 9, Folder 43
Shortleaf pine, destructive logging, Moore County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,124 1930
Box 9, Folder 44
Pulpwood crop by thinning Loblolly pine, McRae Farm, Lee County, North Carolina, Photo by Mattoon, #256,126 1930
Box 9, Folder 45
"Saw Log Production, Once Acre of Loblolly Pine " Chart, n.d.
Box 9, Folder 46
"Size-Age-Volume-Value-of Loblolly Pine Tree" Chart, n.d.
"Amount and Value of Loblolly Pine Logs" Chart, n.d.
Box 9, Folder 47
Diplomas
Flat folder 1

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