North Carolina State University, College of Natural Resources, Office of the Dean Records 1928-2008

Creator
North Carolina State University. College of Natural Resources
Size
22.2 linear feet
Call number
UA 140.001

Correspondence and reports relating to the administration of the college, the southern pine beetle project, forestry research, associations, the pulp and paper foundation, short courses, the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry Inc. (TAPPI), and state farm operations. The records are organized in 3 series 1929-1961 arranged alphabetically, 1962-1984 arranged alphabetically, and unprocessed materials from 1978-2008.

The unofficial beginning of a forestry curriculum at North Carolina State University began in 1917 when J.S. Homes was appointed the first Extension Forester. In 1925, R.W. Graeber became an Extension Forester and provided strong leadership for the establishment of a formal forestry program. In 1929, the University formally established the Department of Forestry in the School of Agriculture. Dr. Julius V. Hofmann served as its first Director, starting early on to acquire land to create teaching and research forests. In 1931 the Department of Forestry was renamed the Division of Forestry, School of Agriculture and Forestry. Dr. J.V. Hofmann retired as Director of the Division in 1948 and was replaced by Richard J. Preston. During Preston's tenure, in 1950, the Division of Forestry was elevated to School status and named the School of Forestry. In 1952 the School moved to new quarters in Kilgore Hall. The School underwent another name change in 1968 to the School of Forest Resources. The administration changed the name to better reflect the broadening of its programs, including the addition of the parks, recreation, and tourism management curriculum transferred from the School of Education. In 1970 the School moved into the newly constructed forestry building Biltmore Hall, named after the nation's first school of forestry, the Biltmore Forest School. At the retirement of Dean Preston in 1971, Eric L. Ellwood, who was serving as head of the Department of Wood and Paper Science, became Dean, serving until 1989. The school became a college in 1987, and its name changed from College of Forest Resources to College of Natural Resources in 2000.

Biographical/historical note

The unofficial beginning of a forestry curriculum at North Carolina State University began in 1917 when J.S. Homes was appointed the first Extension Forester. In 1925, R.W. Graeber became an Extension Forester and provided strong leadership for the establishment of a formal forestry program.

In 1929, the University formally established the Department of Forestry in the School of Agriculture. Dr. Julius V. Hofmann served as its first Director, starting early on to acquire land to create teaching and research forests. In 1931 the Department of Forestry was renamed the Division of Forestry, School of Agriculture and Forestry. Dr. J.V. Hofmann retired as Director of the Division in 1948 and was replaced by Richard J. Preston.

During Preston's tenure, in 1950, the Division of Forestry was elevated to School status and named the School of Forestry. In 1952 the School moved to new quarters in Kilgore Hall. The School underwent another name change in 1968 to the School of Forest Resources. The administration changed the name to better reflect the broadening of its programs, including the addition of the parks, recreation, and tourism management curriculum transferred from the School of Education. The school became a college in 1987.

In 1970 the School moved into the newly constructed forestry building Biltmore Hall, named after the nation's first school of forestry, the Biltmore Forest School. At the retirement of Dean Preston in 1971, Eric L. Ellwood, who was serving as head of the Department of Wood and Paper Science, became Dean, serving until 1989.

The name of the college changed from College of Forest Resources to College of Natural Resources in 2000.

1931 - 1948
Julius V. Hoffman, Director of Division of Forestry
1948 - 1950
Richard J. Preston, Director of Division of Forestry
1950 - 1971
Richard J. Preston, Dean of School of Forestry (Forest Resources in 1968)
1971 - 1989
Eric L. Ellwood, Dean of School of Forest Resources (College in 1987)
1989 - 2001
Larry Tombaugh, Dean of College of Forest Resources (Natural Resources in 2000)
2001 - 2004
Larry A. Nielsen, Dean of College of Natural Resources
2005 -
J. B. Jett, Interim Dean of College of Natural Resources

Scope/content

These records document the administrative work of the Dean's Office of the College of Forest Resources between the years 1928 and 1990. They include correspondence, memoranda, and reports relating to the work of the Dean of the College of Natural Resources (formerly the Dean of the College of Forest Resources) relating to the management of the College's departments, coordination with industry and foundations to help fund research, and relationships with federal and state government as well as university administration.

Series 1. Alphabetic Subject files, 1927-1967

The first series, Alphabetic Subject files, 1927-1962, reflects the early development of the College and the first years of Dean Richard Preston's tenure. The records include general correspondence, and correspondence with the university administration including Chancellors Bostian and Harrelson, the graduate school, and the provost's office.

The development of the College's research program can be seen in correspondence with the National Science Foundation, the research committee, and the United States Department of Agriculture. The birth and growth of the forest genetics research program is also well documented in correspondence from 1955-1962. The records also contain Dean Preston's work with outside forest related organizations such as the American Forestry Association, the Council of Forestry School Executives, the Forest Products Research Society, the North Carolina Forestry Association, the Society of American Foresters and the United States Forest Service. The Dean's committee work is also documented in correspondence with the Land Grant Colleges Forest Committee and the Southern Regional Committee on Forestry Education and Research. The relationship of the Dean's Office with federal and state government is reflected in congressional correspondence, and correspondence with the North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development. Industry relations are reflected in correspondence with such companies as Champion Paper and Fibre, International Paper, and the Osmose Wood Preserving Company. Other items include budgets, material on conferences and seminars, cooperative training, and forestry research, a history of the College, long range plans, and an agreement with Elizabeth Dillard Reynolds for use of her Long Creek Farm for student training.

Of note in the collection is a series of rich correspondence with Carl Alwin Schenck between the years 1951 and 1961. Many of these letters relate to Schenck's visit to North Carolina in 1952 to receive an honorary doctorate from the university. Other letters relate to Schenck's health, his wishes for his library and personal papers, and his death. There is also a selection of his photographs of tree plantings in Biltmore Forest.

This series of records also contains possibly the earliest document on the foundation of a forestry curriculum at N.C. State University. In the 1928 letter from R.W. Graeber to Chancellor Brooks, Graeber wrote about the meeting of the legislative and executive committee of the N.C. Forestry Association and their plan to introduce a bill to provide for the teaching of forestry at N.C. State.

Series 2. Alphabetic Subject files, 1962-1978

The second series, 1963-1978, contains the correspondence of Dean Preston until his retirement in 1971, and continues with the correspondence of his successor, Dean Eric L. Ellwood. The research done by faculty and students in the College is well documented in correspondence with the Agricultural Research Service, the Cooperative State Research Service, and the National Science Foundation. The sponsored funds activity reports from research administration note the various research projects undertaken by the College between 1970 and 1978.

The collection contains an almost complete record of the history and work of the College reflected in the background material for comprehensive review folders. The continued involvement of the college with the forest products industry can be seen in correspondence with the Forest Farmers Association, the Hardwood Research Council, the National Forest Products Association, the North Carolina Agribusiness Council, and the Society of American Foresters. There is extensive correspondence relating to Dean Ellwood's service to the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry.

The Dean's relationship with state government is reflected in letters and reports regarding his service on the State Farm Operations Commission, the Governor's task forces on environmental education and energy sufficiency, as well as correspondence with the North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources. The College's early involvement and concern in the development of environmental and energy education and research can also be seen in this sub-series. There is correspondence regarding the Air Conservation Steering Committee, environmental education, and the Triangle Universities Consortium on Air Pollution. There is also an extensive series of news clippings from Alaskan newspapers regarding the Alaska Lands Act of 1977-1978. Administrative relations and policies are documented in correspondence with Chancellors Caldwell and Thomas, and the provost's office. Other items in this sub-series include material on affirmative action, consulting, courses and curriculum, foreign visitors, land use planning, and the southern pine beetle outbreak and program. This sub-series also contains several of Dean Ellwood's article and speeches, as well as a copy of Dean Preston's retirement speech.

Series 3. Alphabetic Subject files, 1979-1987

The last series covers the years from 1979-1987. The correspondence of Dean Ellwood continues and reflects the continued growth of the research and teaching mission of the College. The relationship with the university administration can be seen in correspondence with Chancellors Thomas and Poulton as well as the provost's office. Materials on the administration and policies of the College include correspondence and reports on admissions, computing, general and minority enrollment, foreign visitors, and student recruitment. Research projects and material are located in the research administration sponsored funds activity reports, the southern pine beetle research program reports, and the USDA study on research and extension systems in renewable resources reports. The College's continued interest in environmental and energy studies is reflected in correspondence and material relating to acid rain, general correspondence on energy and the energy advisory task force. Other materials in this sub-series include a proposal for a natural resources research laboratory, and correspondence and reports relating to the Southeastern Center for Forest Economic Research. The series is arranged alphabetically.

Physical description

41 archival boxes, 1 carton, 1 oversized box, 1 flatfolder

Arrangement

The records are organized in 3 series: Series 1, Alphabetic Subject files, 1927-1962 arranged alphabetically; Alphabetic Subject files, 1962-1978 arranged alphabetically; and Alphabetic Subject files, 1979-1987. Additions to the collection are unproccessed, and are arranged in the order received at the end of the collection.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], North Carolina State University, College of Natural Resources, Office of the Dean Records, UA 140.001, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

Source of acquisition

Transferred from the North Carolina State University College of Natural Resources.

Processing information

Processed by Special Collections Staff; Encoded by Steven Mandeville-Gamble; Finding aid updated by Cate Putirskis, 2008 October; 2009 February; 2010 April

Alphabetic Subject files 1927-1961
Size: 5 linear feet

This series reflects the early development of the College and the first years of Dean Richard Preston's tenure. The records include general correspondence, and correspondence with the university administration including Chancellors Bostian and Harrelson, the graduate school, and the provost's office.

The development of the College's research program can be seen in correspondence with the National Science Foundation, the research committee, and the United States Department of Agriculture. The birth and growth of the forest genetics research program is also well documented in correspondence from 1955-1962. The records also contain Dean Preston's work with outside forest related organizations such as the American Forestry Association, the Council of Forestry School Executives, the Forest Products Research Society, the North Carolina Forestry Association, the Society of American Foresters and the United States Forest Service. The Dean's committee work is also documented in correspondence with the Land Grant Colleges Forest Committee and the Southern Regional Committee on Forestry Education and Research. The relationship of the Dean's Office with federal and state government is reflected in congressional correspondence, and correspondence with the North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development. Industry relations are reflected in correspondence with such companies as Champion Paper and Fibre, International Paper, and the Osmose Wood Preserving Company. Other items include budgets, material on conferences and seminars, cooperative training, and forestry research, a history of the College, long range plans, and an agreement with Elizabeth Dillard Reynolds for use of her Long Creek Farm for student training.

Of note in the collection is a series of rich correspondence with Carl Alwin Schenck between the years 1951 and 1961. Many of these letters relate to Schenck's visit to North Carolina in 1952 to receive an honorary doctorate from the university. Other letters relate to Schenck's health, his wishes for his library and personal papers, and his death. There is also a selection of his photographs of tree plantings in Biltmore Forest.

This series of records also contains possibly the earliest document on the foundation of a forestry curriculum at N.C. State University. In the 1928 letter from R.W. Graeber to Chancellor Brooks, Graeber wrote about the meeting of the legislative and executive committee of the N.C. Forestry Association and their plan to introduce a bill to provide for the teaching of forestry at N.C. State.

10 boxes

A-General Correspondence 1953-1957
Box 1
Advisory Committee, General 1952-1955
Box 1
Advisory Committee, General 1956
Box 1
Agricultural Experiment Station, Forest Research, School of Agriculture and Life Sciences 1962
Box 1
American Forestry Association 1952-1961
Box 1
American Forestry Association, Land Ownership Committee 1958-1962
Box 1
American Pulp and Paper Mill Superintendents Assoc. Award 1953-1956
Box 1
B-General Correspondence 1930-1960
Box 1
Bankers Program 1951-1953
Box 1
Bethel, James 1948-1961
Box 1
Budgets 1929-1949
Box 2
C-General Correspondence 1954-1960
Box 2
Carolina Lumber and Building Supply Association 1953-1959
Box 2
Census Bureau 1934
Box 2
Champion Paper and Fibre Company 1953-1956
Box 2
Chancellor, Bostian, C.H. 1953-1959
Box 2
Chancellor, Harrelson, J.W. 1952-1953
Box 2
Conferences and Seminars 1958-1960
Box 2
Congressional Correspondence 1955-1956
Box 2
Cooperative Training 1952-1962
Box 2
Council of Forestry School Executives 1953-1958
Box 2
Council of Forestry School Executives, Photograph 1960
Box 2
Cummings, R.W., Director of Research 1949-1954
Box 3
Curriculum 1959-1960
Box 3
D-General Correspondence 1954-1959
Box 3
Doctoral Programs 1952-1962
Box 3
E-General Correspondence 1953-1959
Box 3
Engineering, College of 1948-1956
Box 3
Enrollment Summaries, Forestry 1930-1959
Box 3
F-General Correspondence 1956-1960
Box 3
Faculty Data and Schedules 1949-1955
Box 3
Faculty Minutes 1952-53, 1956-59
Box 3
Fertilization Project 1956-1957
Box 3
Forest Products Research Society 1952-1959
Box 3
Forestry Research 1951-1961
Box 3
Forestry Club no date
Box 3
Forestry Extension, Forest Management 1957-1961
Box 3
Forestry Extension, Wood Products 1958-1962
Box 3
Foundations 1954-1956
Box 3
Furniture and Veneer Council Committee 1954-1958
Box 4
G-General Correspondence 1953-1959
Box 4
Genetics 1955-1956
Box 4
Genetics 1957
Box 4
Genetics 1958
Box 4
Genetics 1959-1962
Box 4
Glues and Gluing 1955
Box 4
Graduate School 1946-1958
Box 4
Graduate School 1959-1962
Box 4
Graeber, R.W. 1928
Box 4
Gray, Dr. Gordon, President UNC System 1953-1955
Box 5
H-General Correspondence 1954-1962
Box 5
Hardwood Dimension Manufacturers Association 1953-1955
Box 5
Hardwood Research Council, Report 1961-1962
Box 5
History 1927-1970
Box 5
Hofmann Forest, General 1940
Box 5
Honorary Degrees 1951-1961
Box 5
Industrial Salaries for Foresters 1955
Box 5
Institute in Forest Biology 1960
Box 5
International Paper Company 1952-1957
Box 5
J-General Correspondence 1957-1959
Box 5
Johnson, E. Sigurd 1949-1955
Box 5
K-General Correspondence 1953-1959
Box 5
Kilgore Hall, Dedication 1953
Box 5
L-General Correspondence 1954-1960
Box 5
Land Grant Colleges, Forestry Committee October 1958-August 1959
Box 5
Land Grant Colleges, Forestry Committee September 1959-February 1960
Box 5
Land Grant Colleges, Forestry Committee March-December 1960
Box 5
Land Grant Colleges, Forestry Committee 1961-1962
Box 5
Lane Company 1950, 1954
Box 5
Long Range Planning 1957-1958
Box 6
Lovvorn, R.L., Director of Research, N.C. State 1955-1959
Box 6
M-General Correspondence 1953-1960
Box 6
N-General Correspondence 1954-1956
Box 6
National Science Foundation 1959
Box 6
National Science Foundation 1960
Box 6
National Science Foundation 1961
Box 6
News Clippings 1948-1949
Box 6
News Clippings 1951
Box 6
News Clippings 1952
Box 6
News Clippings 1953
Box 6
News Clippings 1954
Box 6
News Clippings 1955
Box 6
News Clippings 1956
Box 6
News Clippings 1957
Box 6
News Clippings 1958
Box 6
News Clippings 1959
Box 6
News Clippings 1960
Box 7
News Clippings 1961
Box 7
News Clippings 1962
Box 7
News Releases 1955-1959
Box 7
North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development 1953-1954
Box 7
North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development 1955-1957
Box 7
North Carolina Forestry Association 1952-1954
Box 7
North Carolina Forestry Association 1955-1959
Box 7
North Carolina Forestry Council, General (includes photograph) 1949-1957
Box 7
North Carolina Forestry Council, Long Range Program 1947-1952
Box 7
O-General Correspondence 1953-1959
Box 7
Osmose Wood Preserving Company 1949-1955
Box 7
P-General Correspondence 1954-1960
Box 7
Policies and Procedures 1959-1960
Box 7
Provost's Office 1952-1962
Box 7
R-General Correspondence 1953-1961
Box 8
Report, Twelve-Year Program of Growth and Development 1957
Box 8
Research Committee 1955-1957
Box 8
Research Results 1955-56
Box 8
Reynolds Long Creek Farm 1948-1954
Box 8
S-General Correspondence 1953-1962
Box 8
Schenck Distinguished Professorship 1954
Box 8
Schenck, Carl Alwin 1951-1952
Box 8
Schenck, Carl Alwin 1953-1954
Box 8
Schenck, Carl Alwin 1955-1956
Box 8
Schenck, Carl Alwin 1957-1961
Box 8
Schenck, Carl Alwin, Photographs of Tree Plantings, Biltmore Forest 1897-1950
Box 8
Scholarship, Huldah Johnston Cox 1947-1953
Box 9
Scholarships, General 1953-1961
Box 9
Services Offered to Industry no date
Box 9
Sloan, F.S., Foreign Visitor Coordinator 1960-1962
Box 9
Slocum, George Kellogg 1945-1959
Box 9
Society of American Foresters, Accrediting Committee 1950-1955
Box 9
Society of American Foresters, General (includes photographs) 1952-1962
Box 9
Southeastern Forest Experiment Station 1953-1956
Box 9
Southern Regional Committee on Forestry Education and Research 1950-1955
Box 9
Southern Regional Committee on Forestry Education and Research 1956-1958
Box 9
Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), Report of the Conference on the Regional Program in Forestry Education and Research 1952
Box 10
Stewart, H.A. 1955-1956
Box 10
Survey of Forestry School Research 1962
Box 10
T-General Correspondence 1954-1959
Box 10
Tennessee Valley Authority 1953-1956
Box 10
Timber Sale Agreement 1951
Box 10
U-General Correspondence 1953-1957
Box 10
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Research Evaluation 1956-1957
Box 10
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 1954-1960
Box 10
V-General Correspondence 1950-1959
Box 10
W-General Correspondence 1953-1960
Box 10
X, Y, Z-General Correspondence 1955-1960
Box 10
Alphabetic Subject files 1962-1978
Size: 9 linear feet

The second series, 1963-1978, contains the correspondence of Dean Preston until his retirement in 1971, and continues with the correspondence of his successor, Dean Eric L. Ellwood. The research done by faculty and students in the College is well documented in correspondence with the Agricultural Research Service, the Cooperative State Research Service, and the National Science Foundation. The sponsored funds activity reports from research administration note the various research projects undertaken by the College between 1970 and 1978.

The collection contains an almost complete record of the history and work of the College reflected in the background material for comprehensive review folders. The continued involvement of the college with the forest products industry can be seen in correspondence with the Forest Farmers Association, the Hardwood Research Council, the National Forest Products Association, the North Carolina Agribusiness Council, and the Society of American Foresters. There is extensive correspondence relating to Dean Ellwood's service to the Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry.

The Dean's relationship with state government is reflected in letters and reports regarding his service on the State Farm Operations Commission, the Governor's task forces on environmental education and energy sufficiency, as well as correspondence with the North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources. The College's early involvement and concern in the development of environmental and energy education and research can also be seen in this sub-series. There is correspondence regarding the Air Conservation Steering Committee, environmental education, and the Triangle Universities Consortium on Air Pollution. There is also an extensive series of news clippings from Alaskan newspapers regarding the Alaska Lands Act of 1977-1978. Administrative relations and policies are documented in correspondence with Chancellors Caldwell and Thomas, and the provost's office. Other items in this sub-series include material on affirmative action, consulting, courses and curriculum, foreign visitors, land use planning, and the southern pine beetle outbreak and program. This sub-series also contains several of Dean Ellwood's article and speeches, as well as a copy of Dean Preston's retirement speech.

18 boxes

A-B, General Correspondence 1965-1974
Box 11
A-B, General Correspondence 1975-1978
Box 11
Administrative Council 1969
Box 11
Administrative Council 1970-1971
Box 11
Administrative Council 1972-1973
Box 11
Administrative Organization circa 1968, 1971
Box 11
Admissions and Registration 1967-1973
Box 11
Adult/Continuing Education Activities 1975
Box 11
Affirmative Action 1972-1975
Box 11
Agricultural Research Service, CALS 1969-1971
Box 11
Agricultural Research Service, CALS 1972
Box 11
Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of (CALS) 1970-1975
Box 11
Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of (CALS) 1976-1978
Box 11
Agricultural Research Service (CALS), Research Planning Task Force II: Recreation, Fish Wildlife Resources 1972
Box 12
Agricultural Research Service (CALS), Research Planning Task Forces, General 1972
Box 12
Agricultural Research Service (CALS), Research Planning, Ad Hoc Advisory Panel on Plants 1972
Box 12
Agricultural Research Service, (CALS), Research Planning Task Force IV: Trees, Forests, Forest Production Marketing 1972
Box 12
Agricultural Research Service, CALS 1973
Box 12
Agricultural Research Service, CALS 1974-1975
Box 12
Agricultural Research Service, CALS 1976
Box 12
Agricultural Research Service, CALS 1977-1978
Box 12
Air Conservation, Steering Committee 1971-1972
Box 12
Alaska Lands Act, News Clippings August-November 1977
Box 12
Alaska Lands Act, News Clippings March-April 1978
Box 12
Alaska Lands Act, News Clippings May-June 1978
Box 12
Alaska Lands Act, News Clippings July-August 1978
Box 13
Alaska Lands Act, News Clippings September-October 1978
Box 13
American Forest Institute 1976-1978
Box 13
American Forestry Association and North Carolina Forestry Association, Joint Program 1964
Box 13
Associate Dean for Research 1978
Box 13
Background Material for Comprehensive Review: Appendix 1: Department of Forestry 1977
Box 13
Background Material for Comprehensive Review: Appendix 2: Department of Recreation Resources Administration 1977
Box 13
Background Material for Comprehensive Review: Appendix 3: Department of Wood and Paper Science 1977
Box 13
Background Material for Comprehensive Review: Appendix 4: Forest Resources Extension 1977
Box 13
Background Material for Comprehensive Review: pp. 1-24 1977
Box 13
Biltmore Library, School of Forest Resources 1969-1972
Box 13
Brochures, School of Forest Resources 1968-1974
Box 13
Budget 1963-1976
Box 13
C-E, General Correspondence 1967-1970
Box 13
C-E, General Correspondence 1971-1972
Box 13
C-E, General Correspondence 1973-1974
Box 13
C-E, General Correspondence 1975
Box 13
C-E, General Correspondence 1976-1978
Box 14
Capital Improvements Project Request 1971
Box 14
Center for Rural Resource Development 1972-1973
Box 14
Center for Rural Resource Development 1974
Box 14
Center for Rural Resource Development 1975
Box 14
Center for Urban Affairs and Community Services 1971-1975
Box 14
Chancellor, Acting, Rigney, J.A. 1975
Box 14
Chancellor, Caldwell, John T. 1966-1971
Box 14
Chancellor, Caldwell, John T. 1972
Box 14
Chancellor, Caldwell, John T. 1973-1975
Box 14
Chancellor, Thomas, Joab L. 1976-1978
Box 14
Christmas Card 1977
Box 14
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) 1967-1975
Box 14
Computing Center 1965-1972
Box 14
Computing Center 1973-1977
Box 15
Computing Center 1978
Box 15
Consulting 1969-1972
Box 15
Consulting 1973-1978
Box 15
Cooperative State Research Service, Civil Rights Compliance 1973-1975
Box 15
Cooperative State Research Service, Civil Rights Compliance 1976-1978
Box 15
Cooperative State Research Service, General 1971-1973
Box 15
Cooperative State Research Service, General 1974-1978
Box 15
Cooperative State Research Service, Research Liaison Committee ASCUFRO 1972-1975
Box 15
Cooperative State Research Service, Research Liaison Committee Association of State College and University Forestry Research Organizations (ASCUFRO) 1971
Box 15
Cost of Education (COE) Funds Proposals 1971
Box 15
Council of Forestry School Executives 1967-1970
Box 15
Council of Forestry School Executives 1971-1972
Box 15
Council of Forestry School Executives 1973-1974
Box 15
Courses and Curriculum 1965-1968
Box 16
Courses and Curriculum 1969-1976
Box 16
Crown Zellerbach Foundation Scholarship 1967-1969
Box 16
Department Heads, Meetings 1966-1970
Box 16
Doctoral Examination Requirements Revision 1966
Box 16
Duke University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies 1975
Box 16
Ellwood, Eric L., Articles, Speeches, etc. 1966-1977
Box 16
Enrollment, Female 1978
Box 16
Enrollment, General 1966, 1976
Box 16
Environmental Education 1972-1978
Box 16
Equipment 1964, 1978
Box 16
Extension Forest Resources 1970-1977
Box 16
F-G, General Correspondence 1968-1973
Box 16
F-G, General Correspondence 1974-1975
Box 16
F-G, General Correspondence 1976-1977
Box 16
Faculty 1966-1973
Box 16
Faculty Retreat 1972
Box 16
Finance and Business, Office of 1967-1977
Box 16
First Colony Farms 1972-1973
Box 16
Foreign Visitors 1970-1971
Box 17
Foreign Visitors 1972-1975
Box 17
Forest Farmers Association 1970-1973
Box 17
Forest Farmers Association 1974-1975
Box 17
Forest Farmers Association 1976-1977
Box 17
Forest Fire Research Program 1972-1973
Box 17
Forest Resources Research Annex Proposal 1978
Box 17
Foundations and Development, Office of 1972-1975
Box 17
Governor's Conference on Forest Utilization 1966
Box 17
Governor's Special Task Force on Energy Sufficiency 1977
Box 17
Governor's Task Force on Environmental Education 1971-1973
Box 17
Graduate Education in Forest Resources 1969-1970
Box 17
Graduate Enrollment 1974-1978
Box 17
Graduate School, General 1964-1978
Box 17
Graeber, R.W., Obituary 1967
Box 17
H-J, General Correspondence 1970-1978
Box 18
Hardwood Research Council, General 1963-1975
Box 18
Industrial Engineering, Department of 1964-1968
Box 18
Information Services 1971-1977
Box 18
Inter-University Symposium on Renewable Resource Assessment and Programming 1975-1976
Box 18
International Education 1966-1967
Box 18
International Symposium on Oxidative Delignification 1975
Box 18
K, General Correspondence 1969-1977
Box 18
L, General Correspondence 1964-1976
Box 18
Land Use Planning 1971-1974
Box 18
Land Use Planning Workshop, League of Women Voters 1973
Box 18
Long-Range Plan 1975-1980
Box 18
M, General Correspondence 1965-1971
Box 18
M, General Correspondence 1972-1978
Box 18
McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program, Budgets 1963-1966
Box 18
McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program, Budgets 1967-1969
Box 18
McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program, Budgets 1970-1974
Box 19
McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program, Congressional Correspondence 1970-1971
Box 19
N-General Correspondence 1963-1978
Box 19
National Forest Products Association 1969-1976
Box 19
National Program of Research for Forests and Associated Rangelands 1976-1978
Box 19
National Science Foundation 1963-1973
Box 19
National Science Foundation 1974-1977
Box 19
News Clippings 1963
Box 19
News Clippings 1966-1970
Box 19
News Releases 1965-1970
Box 19
North American Forest Soils Conference 1968
Box 19
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1969
Box 19
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1970-1972
Box 19
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1973-1975
Box 19
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1976-1977
Box 19
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1978
Box 19
North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources 1973
Box 20
North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources 1974-1977
Box 20
North Carolina Department of Natural and Economic Resources (formerly the North Carolina Department of Conservation and Development 1970-1972
Box 20
North Carolina Forest Products Association 1969-1976
Box 20
North Carolina Forestry Council, General 1968-1973
Box 20
North Carolina Forestry Council, General 1974-1977
Box 20
North Carolina Forestry Council, History of 1966
Box 20
North Carolina Forestry Council, Long Range Program 1968-1974
Box 20
North Carolina Forestry Council, Minutes 1968-1974
Box 20
North Carolina State University Energy Group 1976-1977
Box 20
North Carolina Wood Preservers Association 1967-1970
Box 20
O-R, General Correspondence 1967-1976
Box 20
Open House 1968-1977
Box 20
Outline of Undergraduate Educational Programs and Philosophy 1972
Box 20
Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management, Department of 1967-1978
Box 21
Place-Names 1972
Box 21
Preston, R.J., Retirement Speech 1971
Box 21
Productivity and Research Extension Program 1975-1976
Box 21
Provost's Office 1966-1970
Box 21
Provost's Office 1971
Box 21
Provost's Office 1972
Box 21
Provost's Office 1973
Box 21
Provost's Office 1974
Box 21
Provost's Office 1975
Box 21
Provost's Office 1976-1977
Box 21
Provost's Office 1978
Box 21
Research Administration, Dean's Office
Box 22
Research Administration, Dean's Office 1970-1978
Box 22
Research Administration, Space Requirements 1977-1978
Box 22
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1970
Box 22
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1971
Box 22
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1972
Box 22
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1973-1974
Box 22
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1977
Box 22
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1978
Box 22
Research, General 1971-1973
Box 22
S, General Correspondence 1966-1978
Box 22
Safety 1968-1976
Box 22
Scholarship, Crown Zellerbach Foundation 1967-1969
Box 22
Self-Study Report 1971-1972
Box 23
Seminars Conferences 1963-1977
Box 23
Seminars, Weyerhauser Program 1976-1978
Box 23
Society of American Foresters, Educational Policies Committee 1974-1975
Box 23
Society of American Foresters, Educational Policies Committee 1976
Box 23
Society of American Foresters, Educational Policies Committee 1977-1978
Box 23
Society of Wood Science and Technology 1968-1971
Box 23
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Advisory Committee on Doctor of Forestry Program, Stephen F. Austin University 1975
Box 23
Southern Forest Research Association 1972
Box 23
Southern Pine Association 1963-1969
Box 23
Southern Pine Association, High Temperature Drying Study 1968-1969
Box 23
Southern Pine Beetle Outbreak 1974-1976
Box 24
Southern Pine Beetle Program, General 1974-1978
Box 24
Southern Pine Beetle Program, Progress Reports and Synopses
Box 24
Southern Pine Beetle Program, Research Proposals
Box 24
Southern Regional Education Board (SREB), Pulp and Paper Training Program 1972-1976
Box 24
State Farm Operations Commission (Formerly called State Mental Health Farms Committee) 1974-1978
Box 25
State Farm Operations Commission, Forest Management 1975-1978
Box 25
State Farm Operations Commission, Minutes 1976-1978
Box 25
State Mental Health Farms Committee 1971-1972
Box 25
Student Affairs, Planning, and Research Office 1978
Box 25
Student Recruitment 1965-1978
Box 25
T-Z, General Correspondence 1966-1974
Box 25
T-Z, General Correspondence 1975-1978
Box 25
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Awards Committee 1976-1977
Box 25
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Board of Directors Meetings
Box 25
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Board of Directors Meetings November 1975
Box 25
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Board of Directors Meetings March 1976
Box 25
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Board of Directors Meetings February 1977
Box 25
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Board of Directors Meetings June 1977
Box 25
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), General 1967-1974
Box 25
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), General 1975-1978
Box 25
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Board of Directors Meetings
Box 26
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Board of Directors Meetings November 1977
Box 26
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Forest Biology Committee 1974-1976
Box 26
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Paper Physics Committee 1968-1970
Box 26
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Paper Physics Committee 1972-1973
Box 26
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Paper Physics Committee 1974-1978
Box 26
Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Publications Committee 1975-1976
Box 26
Tombaugh, Larry 1971-1977
Box 26
Triangle J Council of Governments, Land Use Planning 1973-1974
Box 26
Triangle Universities Consortium on Air Pollution 1970-1973
Box 26
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers 1967-1974
Box 26
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 1964-1970
Box 26
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 1971
Box 26
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 1972
Box 27
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 1973
Box 27
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 1974
Box 27
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service 1975-1978
Box 27
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station 1964-1971
Box 27
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station 1972-1973
Box 27
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station 1974-1976
Box 27
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station 1977-1978
Box 27
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, Combined Program Review 1978
Box 28
University of Arizona, Report of Visiting Committee on Forest Accreditation 1978
Box 28
Water Resources Institute 1973-1978
Box 28
Western Carolina University 1974-1976
Box 28
Alphabetic Subject files 1979-1984
Size: 5.5 linear feet

The last series covers the years from 1979-1987. The correspondence of Dean Ellwood continues and reflects the continued growth of the research and teaching mission of the College. The relationship with the university administration can be seen in correspondence with Chancellors Thomas and Poulton as well as the provost's office. Materials on the administration and policies of the College include correspondence and reports on admissions, computing, general and minority enrollment, foreign visitors, and student recruitment. Research projects and material are located in the research administration sponsored funds activity reports, the southern pine beetle research program reports, and the USDA study on research and extension systems in renewable resources reports. The College's continued interest in environmental and energy studies is reflected in correspondence and material relating to acid rain, general correspondence on energy and the energy advisory task force. Other materials in this sub-series include a proposal for a natural resources research laboratory, and correspondence and reports relating to the Southeastern Center for Forest Economic Research. The series is arranged alphabetically.

11 boxes

50th Anniversary Celebration 1979
Box 29
A, General Correspondence 1979
Box 29
Acid Rain, General 1982-1984
Box 29
Administrative Council 1979-1982
Box 29
Administrative Council, School of Forest Resources 1979
Box 29
Admissions 1982-1986
Box 29
Agency for International Development (AID) 1982-1985
Box 29
Agricultural Research Service (formerly the Agricultural Experiment Station) 1980-1983
Box 29
Agricultural Research Service, Acid Deposition Program 1982-1984
Box 29
Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of (CALS) 1979-1987
Box 29
Alaska Lands Bill, News Clippings 1979
Box 29
American Forest Institute, Deans' Tour 1980-1985
Box 29
B, General Correspondence 1979-1982
Box 29
Boyce, Stephen, Integrated Forest Management 1982
Box 29
Brochure, Graduate Program 1979
Box 29
C, General Correspondence 1979-1986
Box 30
Center for Rural Resource Development 1980
Box 30
Chancellor, Poulton, Bruce R. 1982-1985
Box 30
Chancellor, Search Committee 1981
Box 30
Chancellor, Thomas, Joab L. 1979-1981
Box 30
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO) 1980-1983
Box 30
Computing 1979-1980
Box 30
Computing 1981
Box 30
Computing 1982
Box 30
Computing 1983-1987
Box 30
Computing, Deans' Subcommittee 1983-1985
Box 30
Consulting 1979-1982
Box 30
Cooperative State Research Service 1979-1981
Box 31
Cooperative State Research Service 1982-1985
Box 31
Cooperative State Research Service 1986-1987
Box 31
Council for International Exchange of Scholars 1986
Box 31
Courses and Curriculum 1981-1983
Box 31
Cowling, Ellis B., Acid Rain Material 1982-1984
Box 31
Duke University, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies 1980
Box 31
E, General Correspondence 1982
Box 31
Energy Advisory Task Force 1979-1980
Box 31
Energy, General 1979-1985
Box 31
Enrollment, General 1981
Box 31
Enrollment, Minority 1983-1985
Box 31
Extension, Forest Resources 1983-1986
Box 31
F, General Correspondence 1979-1985
Box 32
Faculty Research and Development Awards, Project Proposals 1982-1987
Box 32
Faculty Senate 1983-1986
Box 32
Finance and Business, Office of 1979-1986
Box 32
Fisheries and Wildlife Program, CALS, Coordinator Search 1981-1982
Box 32
Foreign Visitors 1979-1986
Box 32
Forest Fertilization Cooperative 1979-1984
Box 32
Forestry Alumni Association, School of Forest Resources 1983-1987
Box 32
Forestry, Department of 1981-1987
Box 32
Foundations and Development, Office of 1981-1987
Box 32
G, General Correspondence 1980-1987
Box 32
Governor's Task Force on Science and Technology, Committee on Agriculture and Forestry 1983
Box 32
Graduate School 1979-1987
Box 32
H, General Correspondence 1979-1987
Box 32
Hardwood Research Council 1981-1982
Box 32
I-J, General Correspondence 1981-1983
Box 33
Information Services, Office of 1986-1987
Box 33
Intensive Forest Management 1981
Box 33
International Forest Enterprise Development (INFORDE), Costa Rica Trip Report 1985
Box 33
International Forest Enterprise Development (INFORDE), Dominican Republic Trip Report 1985
Box 33
International Forest Enterprise Development (INFORDE), Equador Trip Report 1985
Box 33
International Forest Enterprise Development (INFORDE), Panama Trip Report 1985
Box 33
International Programs, Office of 1982-1987
Box 33
K, General Correspondence 1979-1984
Box 33
L, General Correspondence 1979-1983
Box 33
Land Use Planning 1978-1981
Box 33
Legislation 1986-1987
Box 33
Loblolly Pine Ecosystem (East Region) Symposium 1982
Box 33
M, General Correspondence 1979-1983
Box 33
N, General Correspondence 1979-1986
Box 33
National Association of Conservation Districts, Forestry Committee Meeting 1983
Box 33
National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), Division of Agriculture 1981-1986
Box 33
National Research Council, Board on Agriculture 1982-June 1983
Box 33
National Research Council, Board on Agriculture
Box 34
National Research Council, Board on Agriculture July 1983-June 1984
Box 34
National Research Council, Board on Agriculture October-December 1984
Box 34
Natural Resource Management and Education Symposium (Part of 50th Anniversary Celebration)
Box 34
Natural Resource Management and Education Symposium (Part of 50th Anniversary Celebration) September 1979
Box 34
Natural Resources Research Center 1982-1983
Box 34
Natural Resources Research Laboratory, Grant Proposal 1979
Box 34
News Clippings 1987
Box 34
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1979
Box 34
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1980-1981
Box 34
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1982-1983
Box 34
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1984-1986
Box 34
North Carolina Agribusiness Council 1987
Box 35
North Carolina Alternative Energy Corporation 1980
Box 35
North Carolina Board of Science and Technology 1980-1982
Box 35
North Carolina Department of Natural Resources Community Development 1982
Box 35
North Carolina Forestry Association 1979-1982
Box 35
North Carolina Forestry Council 1979-1981
Box 35
North Carolina Forestry Council 1982-1984
Box 35
North Carolina State University Alumni Association Outstanding Research Awards 1980-1981
Box 35
North Carolina State University Energy Group 1976-1977
Box 35
O-P, Correspondence 1980-1984
Box 35
Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) Paper, "Technologies for Reforestation of Degraded Lands in the Tropics", Rough Draft I 1982
Box 35
Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) Paper, "Technologies for Reforestation of Degraded Lands in the Tropics", Rough Draft II 1982
Box 35
Outstanding Extension Service Awards 1979-1984
Box 35
Proposal, Development of an Integrated Resource Inventory System for the School of Forest Resources 1979
Box 36
Provost's Office 1979
Box 36
Provost's Office 1980
Box 36
Provost's Office 1981-1982
Box 36
Provost's Office 1983
Box 36
Provost's Office, Instructional Computing Grant Program, Proposals 1985-1986
Box 36
Pulp and Paper Facility Expansion, Jenkins Peer Architects 1984
Box 36
R, General Correspondence 1983-1984
Box 36
Recreation Resources, Dept. of
Box 36
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1979
Box 36
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1980
Box 36
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1981
Box 36
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1982
Box 36
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1983
Box 36
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1984
Box 36
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1985
Box 36
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1986
Box 36
Research Administration, Sponsored Funds Activity 1987
Box 36
S, General Correspondence 1979-1984
Box 37
Seminars 1981-1983
Box 37
South-East Consortium for International Development (SECID) 1980-1982
Box 37
Southeastern Center for Forest Economic Research 1981-1983
Box 37
Southeastern Center for Forest Economic Research, AID Project 1982-1985
Box 37
Southeastern Center for Forest Economic Research, Executive Committee 1982
Box 37
Southeastern Center for Forest Economic Research, Proposal 1981
Box 37
Southern Forest Economics Workers 1980-1981
Box 37
Southern Legislative Conference of The Council of State Governments, Annual Meeting 1981
Box 37
Southern Pine Beetle, Expanded Research Program 1979
Box 37
Southern Pine Beetle, Expanded Research Program 1979
Box 37
Southern Pine Beetle, Expanded Research Program 1980
Box 37
State Farm Operations Commission, Forest Management 1979-1980
Box 38
State Farm Operations Commission, General 1980-1981
Box 38
State Farm Operations Commission, Minutes 1979-1981
Box 38
Student Recruitment 1979-1983
Box 38
T-Z, General Correspondence 1979-1985
Box 38
United States Department of Agriculture, Council for Agricultural Research, Extension, and Training (CARET) 1981-1983
Box 38
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory 1982
Box 38
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, General 1979
Box 38
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, General 1980-1983
Box 38
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station 1979-1986
Box 38
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station 1979-1987
Box 38
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forestry Deans' Tour 1980-1984
Box 38
United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Regional Office 1980-1984
Box 38
United States Department of Agriculture, Study on Research and Extension Systems in Renewable Resources 1983
Box 39
United States Department of Agriculture, Study on Research and Extension Systems in Renewable Resources 1984
Box 39
United States Department of Agriculture, Study on Research and Extension Systems in Renewable Resources 1985
Box 39
United States Department of Agriculture, Study on Research and Extension Systems in Renewable Resources 1986
Box 39
Universities for International Forestry (UNIFOR) 1982-May 1984
Box 39
Universities for International Forestry (UNIFOR) August 1984-1985
Box 39
Urban Forestry-American Forestry Association Proposal 1980
Box 39
Water Resources Institute 1985
Box 39
Wood Energy Coordinating Group, Resource and Harvesting Committee, Final Report circa 1981
Box 39
Unprocessed Materials 1970-2004
Size: 2.5 linear feet

Contained in this series are materials received by the University Archives after 2004. These have not yet been archivally processed.

1 record storage box, 1 carton, 1 oversize box

Miscellaneous Administrative Files 1970-1990

Includes notebooks on the School for Forest Resources, files on the school's 50th anniversary celebration in 1979, program for the dedication of Biltmore Hall (1970), program for the dedication of Jordan Hall (1990), booklet titled “Western North Carolina Priorities for Natural Resources Research" (Southern Appalachian Research/Resource Management Cooperative, May 1977), spiral bound booklet for "Streams Workshop" (Southern Appalachian Research/Resource Management Cooperative, Asheville, N.C., 13 – 14 Nov. 1979), and a plaque “presented to the School of Natural Resources . . . for Outstanding Tropical Forestry Short Course” (29 Mar. 1985).

Carton 40
Plans and Maps 1965-1982

Includes plans of Biltmore Hall (1965–1981), maps of Croatan National Forest (1982), and a map of Hoffman Forest (1960s)

Oversize box 41
Three research publications 1976-1995

Three papers by Walid A. Kasir, ca. 1976; and the Report and the Policy and Executive Summary for the Southern Oxidants Study, 1995.

Box 42
College of Natural Resources 75th Anniversary 2005

DVD on the history of the College of Natural Resources (11-minute program), and program on the anniversary celebrations for October 21-23, 2004

Box 42
Ellwood Retirement and Munsell Color Chart 1989,

Program for College of Forest Resources, "A Celebration Honoring Dean Eric L. Ellwood upon his Retirement," McKimmon Center, January 20, 1989; color chips and instructions for the Munsell Color Chart, no date.

Box 42
Ellwood, Eric L., Speeches no date
Box 42
Policy Statement Relating to Graduate Education in the School of Forest Resources 1970 June
Box 42
Publication Lists for the College 1970-1976
Box 42
Undergraduate Education Program and Philosophy 1972
Box 42
Correspondence with Chancellor Bruce Poulton 1984
Box 42
Society of American Foresters Accreditation 1973
Box 42
Correspondence with U. S. Forest Service 1976
Box 42
Miscellaneous Forestry Materials 1914-1949

Includes board and log lengths in feet conversion table, conventional signs for District 6 of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, menu of 1928 Society of Annual Foresters annual dinner, forest fire damage appraisal meter, log measure tables, and other items.

Box 42
Meeting Minutes, Advisory Committee, N.C. State-Industry Cooperative Tree Improvement Program 9 Jun. 1965
Box 42
40 Plus Reunion (classes of 1965-1967) booklet, DVD 24-25 Oct. 2008
Box 42
Self-Evaluation Report for Society of American Foresters Accreditation undated
Box 43
Announcing the Reuben B. Robertson Distinguished Professorship in Pulp and Paper Technology in the School of Forestry undated
Box 42
Natural Resources Research Center, North Carolina State University circa 1983
Box 42
Annual Conference of the Advisory Committee to the Program in Pulp and Paper Technology (School of Forestry) Nov. 1954
Box 42
Forestry as a Career undated
Box 42
College of Natural Resources 75th Anniversary posters 2004

These are four posters: one for Department of Wood and Paper Science, one for the Department of Parks, Recreation Tourism Management, one for the Department of Forestry, and one for the College of Natural Resources.

Flat folder 1

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