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Leo Isaac (1892-1970) was born near Fon du Lac, Wisconsin and was educated at the University of Minnesota. For 32 years he was engaged in Douglas fir research, a silviculturist in the Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station. After 1956 he was a private consultant in forestry.
The papers include field and official diaries from 1920-1951, professional correspondence, and a file of publications.
Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Incoming and outgoing correspondence are integrated.
Diaries are arranged chronologically. Some years are incomplete.
Subject files are arranged alphabetically by subject, organization, or name. Materials consist of correspondence, publications, clippings, field reports, memos, agendas, and meeting minutes.
Publications are arranged by title. Materials vary by title, but include manuscripts, reviews, correspondence, supporting materials, research materials, tearsheets, reports, and other documents.
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[Identification of item], Leo Anthony Isaac papers, Ax 730, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.