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Jack H. Berryman papers, 1949-1999

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Berryman, Jack H.
Title
Jack H. Berryman papers
Dates
1949-1999 (inclusive)
Quantity
23 boxes, (9 linear ft.)
Collection Number
USU_COLL MSS 289
Summary
This collection contains daily diaries, field notes, correspondence, speeches, essays, and the personal files of Jack H. Berryman.
Repository
Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives Division
Special Collections and Archives
Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
Logan, UT
84322-3000
Telephone: 435-797-2663
Fax: 435-797-2880
scweb@usu.edu
Access Restrictions
Open to public research.
Languages
English.

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Jack Holmes Berryman was born July 28, 1921 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Richard and Theodora Berryman. By 1940, Berryman had earned his A.A. (general studies) from Westminister College in Salt Lake City. In December of 1941 Berryman enlisted in the United States Navy (as a Marine) and fought in the Pacific Theater during World War II, seeing action in the Mariana Islands. Berryman was awarded a Silver Star for bravery and a Purple Heart with Cluster before being honorably discharged in November of 1945. Upon his release from the Navy, Berryman continued his education at the University of Utah and by 1947 Berryman had earned his B.S. in Science and his M.S. in Ecology.

After his graduation Berryman began a lifelong career in the natural resources field. From 1947 to 1950 Berryman worked for the Utah Fish & Game Department conducting research and working on numerous projects. During 1950-1953, while based in New Mexico, Berryman worked for the US Fish & Wildlife Service and conducted field research focusing on wildlife habitat restoration projects. From 1953 to 1959 Berryman worked for the Federal Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife in Minnesota, until he returned to Utah to teach at Utah State University. In 1965 Berryman was offered a job in Washington DC working for the Federal Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife. Berryman served in this capacity until 1977 when he was promoted to work for the US Fish & Wildlife Service. In 1979, Berryman accepted a position with the International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Berryman continued in this capacity until his death on March 3, 1999.

Over the course of Berryman's life he received numerous awards and belonged to many organizations. Some of Berryman's major awards were: the Distinguished Service Award from the US Department of Interior (1979), the Seth Gordon Award (1985), the Outstanding Wildlife Contributor Award (1988), the Special Conservation Achievement Award (1988), the Aldo Leopold Award (1995), and in 1993 the Jack Berryman Institute for Wildlife Damage Management was founded at Utah State University in his honor. Some of the organizations Berryman belonged to were; The Wildlife Society (1950-1999), The National Honorary Forestry Society (1959-1999), The American Fisheries Society (1974-1999), and The International Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies (1955-1999). Berryman was also an accomplished writer on wildlife issues. During his life Berryman published 115 articles with a particular emphasis on land and resource policy, planning, use and philosophy, extension education, concepts of outdoor recreation, and regulating animal numbers.

Source: Coll Mss 289: Box 1; Fd 1: Vitae and biographical sketches.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

This collection documents the career of Jack H. Berryman. This collection contains daily diaries, field notes, correspondence, speeches, essays, and the personal files of Jack H. Berryman. Box 1 contains a range of Berryman's personal papers, such as vitas-biographical sketches, certificates of achievement, military-veteran papers, education papers, family papers, and other. Box 2 contains Berryman's daily diaries which he kept from 1951-1959. These diaries list daily activities, thoughts, time spent in the field, and distances traveled, often putting in twelve hour work days and traveling over a hundred miles a day. Box 2 also contains Berryman's field notes, which were taken while Berryman conducted his research in the field. Boxes 3-5 contain Berryman's correspondence, which has been separated into personal and professional outgoing and incoming. His personal correspondence consists of letters to and from family and friends on topics unconnected with Berryman's professional life. His outgoing correspondence has been organized chronologically while his incoming correspondence has been arranged alphabetically. Box 6 contains speeches that were given by Berryman. Box 7 contains Berryman's publications, essays, drafts, and various reports. Boxes 8-23 contain the papers from Berryman's personal files. Box 8 contains papers related to the Jack Berryman Institute and his USU papers. Boxes 9-13 contain papers which relate to two lawsuits against the Humane Society and the Defenders of Wildlife organization. The materials in boxes 14-23 contain the rest of Berryman's files, organized chronologically (1956-1997) in the topical order which he maintained them.

*Note: For further information on Berryman, researchers should also inquire about the USU Special Collections & Archives Jack H. Berryman photograph collection.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.

Permission to publish material from the Jack H. Berryman papers must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation

Jack H. Berryman papers, 1949-1999. (COLL MSS 289). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Personal papersReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
Vitas and biographical sketches
1 2
Veteran/military papers
1 3
Veteran newsletters
1 4
Westminister College transcript
1 5
University of Utah transcript
1 6
Certificate of Appointment as a Utah Deputy State Fish & Game Warden
1947
1 7
Passport
1 8
Certificates and awards
1 9
Employer's performance rating reports
1 10
Financial papers
1 11
Publications about Berryman
1 12
Newspaper articles concerning Berryman
1 13
Obituaries
1 14
Funeral program and eulogy
1 15
June Berryman (Jack Berryman's wife) papers
1 16
Papers concerning Berryman's children

Diaries and field notesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
2
Daily diary
1951
2
Daily diary
1952
2
Daily diary
1953
2
Daily diary
1954
2
Daily diary
1955
2
Daily diary
1956
2
Daily diary
1957
2
Daily diary
1958
2
Daily diary
1959
2
Field notes, Arizona
1951
2
Field notes, Arizona
1952
2
Field notes, Colorado
1951
2
Field notes, Colorado
1951-1953
2
Field notes, Colorado
1953
2
Field notes, Kansas
1951
2
Field notes, Illinois
1953
2
Field notes, Indiana
1953
2
Field notes, Iowa
1953
2
Field notes, Iowa
1958
2
Field notes, Michigan
1954
2
Field notes, Minnesota
1953
2
Field notes, Missouri
1955
2
Field notes, Nebraska
1951
2
Field notes, Nebraska
1953
2
Field notes, New Mexico
1951
2
Field notes, North Dakota
1953
2
Field notes, Ohio
1953
2
Field notes, Oklahoma
1951
2
Field notes, South Dakota
1953
2
Field notes, Texas
1951
2
Field notes, Utah
1951
2
Field notes, Utah
1951
2
Field notes, Wisconsin
1953
2
Field notes, Wyoming
1952
2
Field notes, Misc 1
1951
2
Field notes, Misc
undated
2
Field notes
1959
2
Field notes
1966
2
Field notes
1967
2
Field notes
1969
2
Field notes
1972
2
Field notes
Undated
2
Field notes
Undated
2
Field notes
Undated
2
Field notes
Undated
2
Field notes
Undated
2
Field notes
Undated

Personal correspondence, 1951-1998Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
3 1
Personal outgoing correspondence (between family and friends)
1951-1998
3 2
Personal incoming correspondence (from family and friends), A-Z

Outgoing correspondence, 1949-1999Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
3 3
Outgoing
1949-1958
3 4
Outgoing
1959-1960
3 5
Outgoing
1961-1964
3 6
Outgoing
1965-1969
3 7
Outgoing
1970-1971
3 8
Outgoing
1972-1974
3 9
Outgoing
1975-1979
3 10
Outgoing
1980-1987
4 1
Outgoing
1988-1989
4 2
Outgoing
1990-1991
4 3
Outgoing
1992-1993
4 4
Outgoing
1994-1999

Incoming correspondence, A-ZReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
4 5
Incoming, A-B
4 6
Incoming, C
4 7
Incoming, D-F
5 1
Incoming, G-I
5 2
Incoming, J-L
5 3
Incoming, M-R
5 4
Incoming, S-T
5 5
Incoming, W-Z
5 6
Incoming, unidentified senders
5 7
Third party correspondence concerning Berryman

SpeechesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
6 1
About the IAFWA
1983
6 2
Acceptance of the New Look in Predator Control
1968
6 3
Adding a New Dimension to Wildlife Management through...
1966
6 4
An Analysis: The Changing Approach to Wildlife Research
6 5
Animal Control as a Tool in Wildlife Management
1966
6 6
Animal Damage Control: Planning for the Future
1991
6 7
Animal Damage Control: The Challenge of the 90s
1989
6 8
Animal Damage Management: The Responsibilities of Various...
6 9
Animal Rights: Implications for Fish & Wildlife Management
1990
6 10
Are Furbearers Worth Saving?
1954
6 11
Balancing the Needs of Society: A Perspective for Wildlife
1993
6 12
Biodiversity; And a Word of Caution
1991
6 13
Blurred Images: And the Future of Wildlife Damage Management
1994
6 14
Brown, James J., eulogy speech
1992
6 15
Challenges to Wildlife Management
6 16
Comments at a WAFWA meeting
1988
6 17
Comments at the dedication of the Jack Berryman Institute
1993
6 18
Comments on retirement
1979
6 19
The Complexities of Implementing Wildlife Damage Management
1992
6 20
The Effect of Mosquito Abatement on Wildlife
1949
6 21
Ethics, Morals, and the Philosophy of Animal Control Importance
1967
6 22
Expectations & Future Opportunities for Fish & Wildlife
1996
6 23
Facts on Outdoor Recreation
1964
6 24
Ferret & Prairie Dog Programs on Public Lands
1973
6 25
A Few Facts About the Mountain Lion
6 26
A Fish & Wildlife Imperative: Cooperation with the Private Sector
1993
6 27
The Fishery Profession: Some Historical Reflections from a...
1992
6 28
Future Hunting Needs & the Responsibility of Management...
1962
6 29
The Future of Utah's Federal Aid Program
1948
6 30
How Can We Secure Better Sportsman-Landowner Relationships
6 31
Implementing the New Animal Control Program
1966
6 32
The Interests of the Department of Interior in Wildlife...
1972
6 33
The International Association: Its Importance to the Fish & Wildlife
6 34
Involving Private Landowners in Roadside Management
1978
6 35
Keep America Beautiful & the Boy Scouts of America
1986
6 36
Land Use and Wildlife Extension
6 37
Landowner Compensation: An Approach to Managing Wildlife
1959
6 38
Looking Back to See Ahead
1995
6 39
Maintaining Fishing & Hunting Opportunities-A Constructive .
1958
6 40
A Message to the Membership of the Wildlife Society
1964
6 41
Migratory Bird & Crop Depredations: The Situation Now and a...
1969
6 42
Mitigation: The State's Viewpoint
1979
6 43
Mosquito Abatement & the New Spirit of Cooperation
1961
6 44
A National Approach to Fish & Wildlife Extension Education
1977
6 45
The Need for Developing Economic Incentives for Landowners
1968
6 46
New Face of the Wildlife Services
1968
6 47
The New Look in Animal Control
1966
6 48
Policies & Future Trends in Conservation Partnerships
1989
6 49
Our Changing Role: The Division of Wildlife Services
1965
6 50
Outdoor Recreation: A Farm & Ranch Crop?
6 51
Philosophy, Ethics, Morals, and Technology: Their Impact on...
1966
6 52
Predator Control: When, Where, How, Extent, and Cost?
6 53
Predator Management: A Justifiable Tool of Wildlife Management
1971
6 54
The Problem of Controlling Animal Damage to Orchards
1959
6 55
Problems of Law Closure to Hunters & Fisherman & a Possible...
1957
6 56
Rats, Cats, & Bats
1967
6 57
Reeff, Mark J., eulogy speech
6 58
Reflections on a Career in Wildlife Management
1995
6 59
Report of the Executive Vice-President
1987
6 60
The Responsibilities of State Agencies in Managing Hunting on...
1961
6 61
The Role of Private Enterprise in Recreation Development: The...
1968
6 62
The Sagebrush Rebellion & Federal Land Policy
1980
6 63
Social Responsibilities for Environmental Decisions with ...
1970
6 64
Social Trends Affecting Land Utilization
1961
6 65
Some Aspects of the Federal Aid Program in Utah
1949
6 66
Statement for the Bird Problem
1966
6 67
Statement: The Bureau's Responsibilities in Pesticide Matters
1966
6 68
Statement: The Multiple Use of Refuges
1966
6 69
Statement: Compound 1080
6 70
Statement: Energy & Natural Resources
1985
6 71
Stream Therapy
6 72
A Thumbnail Sketch of Waterfowl Management
1957
6 73
A Thumbnail Sketch of Wildlife in Utah
6 74
Trends in Animal Damage Control as Related to Wildlife Extension
1972
6 75
Utah's New Wildlife Management Extension Program
1959
6 76
The Value of Wildlife Extension
1966
6 77
Westminister Reflections
1992
6 78
Why are We Here?
1978
6 79
Wildlife Damage Control: A Current Perspective
1983
6 80
The Wildlife Enhancement Program of the Bureau of Sport.
1967
6 81
Wildlife Extension: A New & Potent Management Tool
1960
6 82
Wildlife Extension-Past, Present, & Future
1962
6 83
Wildlife Management: A Perspective on International Necessity
1991
6 84
Wildlife Resources: An Untapped Resource
1968
6 85
Wildlife Services: A Fresh Approach

Essays, Drafts, and PublicationsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
7 1
The Case for Nongame: A Challenge to Boone & Crocket
1994
7 2
The Changing Role of Wildlife Federations
7 3
The Control of Regulation of Animal Numbers as a Resource
1969
7 4
Chain of Life
1962
7 5
Cost Sharing for Wildlife
7 6
Digest of 1947 Big-game Kill
1948
7 7
The Dilemma of Financing Wildlife Resource Management...
7 8
Don't Let the Pendulum Swing Too Far
1989
7 9
Evolution of Wildlife Management
1983
7 10
The Farmers' State in the Fishing & Hunting License Fee Increase
1961
7 11
Highway Planning & Wildlife Management
1960
7 12
Game Range Acquisition Policy Clarified
7 13
Interesting Facts about the Douglas Tree Squirrel
7 14
Interesting Facts about Flying Squirrels
7 15
Interesting Facts about the Thirteen-Lined Ground Squirrel
7 16
Interesting Facts about the Townsend Ground Squirrel
7 17
Interesting Facts about the Uinta Ground Squirrel & the Rock Squirrel
7 18
Landowner/sportsmen Relationships at the Crossroads
1961
7 19
Legislation, Farming, & Wildlife
1961
7 20
Lengthened Pheasant Season
7 21
Logan Canyon Road Controversy: Anatomy of Principle
1963
7 22
The Long Pheasant Season: A Challenge to Sportsmen
7 23
Multiple Use if Coming of Age
1960
7 24
Needed: More "Meat & Potato Managers"
7 25
New Frontiers in Wildlife Research
7 26
The New Look in Wildlife Research
1961
7 27
News from the Starling Front
7 28
Our Growing Need: A Place to Produce & Harvest Wildlife
1957
7 29
Phase Three: Cooperation
7 30
Pheasants, Farmers, & the Triangle Committee
7 31
Pollution & the Public Morality
7 32
Predator Management: A Justifiable Tool in Wildlife Management
1971
7 33
Preliminary Report on the Advisability of Reintroducing Raccoons
7 34
The Principles of Predator Control
1972
7 35
Professionalism: What is it?
7 36
Progress is seen in Farmer-Hunter Relations
7 37
A Proposal for a National Program of Fish & Wildlife
1976
7 38
Report: Ad Hoc Biodiversity Committee Meeting
1992
7 39
Report: 1983, on accomplishments of the past four years
7 40
Report: 1988, discusses the accomplishments of the IAWFA
7 41
Report: Concerning the White House Conference on Conservatism
1962
7 42
Report: Traveling Symposium on Pesticide Research
7 43
Road Construction & Resource Use
1963
7 44
Semiannual report
1964
7 45
Shooting Preserves: Good or Bad?
1964
7 46
Some Interesting Facts about Utah Mammals (compiled volume)
7 47
Some Interesting Facts about Utah Mammals
7 48
Some Observations on the President's Water Resources Policy...
7 49
Suburban Sprawl & Wildlife Management
1961
7 50
"They Have Eaten Sour Grapes": A Commentary on Land Use &...
7 51
"Together We Stand . . ."
7 52
Togetherness Code-Nature Style
7 53
Trip report USU
1970
7 54
Trip report Taiwan
1971
7 55
The Use of Private Lands for Outdoor Recreation Purposes
1963
7 56
Utah's Upland Bird Habitat Planning Program
7 57
Wildlife & Land Use
7 58
Wildlife & Wildland
7 59
Wildlife Extension-Past, Present, & Future
1962
7 60
Wildlife in Utah
7 61
Wildlife Management & the Public Attitude
1960
7 62
Wildlife Opportunities Under the Agricultural Conservation...
1962
7 63
Wildlife Resources: A Farm Crop?
1962
7 64
Wildlife Resources and the Changing Scene
1961
7 65
1963 Outlook for Wildlife

Berryman FilesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
8 1
Utah State University papers; lecture notes, and other
1959-1964
8 2
Jack Berryman Institute papers; minutes, budget, reports, and other
1992-1998
8 3
Jack Berryman Institute papers; minutes, budget, reports, and other
1992-1998
8 4
Publications concerning the Jack Berryman Institute
1992-1998
8 5
Correspondence of members of the Jack Berryman Institute
1992-1998
8 6
IAGFCC newsletters
1974-1999
8 7
Papers concerning the Boone & Crocket organization
1980-1994
9 1
Humane Society suit; general information
9 2
Humane Society suit; general statements
9 3
Humane Society suit; counts 1-6
9 4
Humane Society suit; deposition-Albert W. Jackson
9 5
Humane Society suit; legal papers
9 6
Humane Society suit; badgers, background statement
9 7
Humane Society suit; bald eagles, background statement
10 1
Humane Society suit; black-footed ferret, background statement
10 2
Humane Society suit; black-tailed prairie dog, background statement
10 3
Humane Society suit; California condor, background statement
10 4
Humane Society suit; chickadee, background statement
10 5
Humane Society suit; ferruginous rough-legged hawk, background statement
10 6
Humane Society suit; fishers, background statement
10 7
Humane Society suit; golden eagle, background statement
10 8
Humane Society suit; gray foxes, background statement
10 9
Humane Society suit; jays, background statement
10 10
Humane Society suit; kit foxes, background statement
11 1
Humane Society suit; martens, background statement
11 2
Humane Society suit; nutcrackers, background statement
11 3
Humane Society suit; nuthatches, background statement
11 4
Humane Society suit; prairie dogs, background statement
11 5
Humane Society suit; ringtail cat, background statement
11 6
Humane Society suit; san juaquin kit fox, background statement
11 7
Humane Society suit; southern bald eagle, background statement
11 8
Humane Society suit; swift foxes, background statement
11 9
Humane Society suit; Texas red wolf, background statement
11 10
Humane Society suit; Utah prairie dog, background statement
11 11
Humane Society suit; western burrowing owl, background statement
11 12
Humane Society suit; wolverines, background statement
11 13
Humane Society suit; woodpeckers, background statement
11 14
Humane Society suit; count # 2, suit 1
12 1
Defenders of Wildlife suit; legal materials and general information
12 2
Defenders of Wildlife suit; Rogers C. B. Morton file
12 3
Defenders of Wildlife suit; defender's suit
12 4
Defenders of Wildlife suit; interrogatory of Berryman
12 5
Defenders of Wildlife suit; affidavits of Berryman
12 6
Defenders of Wildlife suit; affidavits of Berryman
12 7
Defenders of Wildlife suit; count 1-summary statement
12 8
Defenders of Wildlife suit; counts 3-6
12 9
Defenders of Wildlife suit; correspondence and other
13 1
Defenders of Wildlife suit; legal papers
13 2
Defenders of Wildlife suit; memorandums
13 3
Defenders of Wildlife suit; papers
14 1
Wildlife Society papers
1956-1958
14 2
Wildlife Society papers, Minnesota section
1958-1959
14 3
Wildlife Society papers, annual meeting papers
1960
14 4
Wildlife Society papers
1961-1962
14 5
White House conference on conservation
1962
14 6
Wildlife Society papers
1963
14 7
Extension program papers, concerning a study of private lands
1963
14 8
Extension program papers, concerning a study of private lands
1963
15 1
National Academy of Sciences Symposium
1964
15 2
Recommendations-Secretary's advisory board on wildlife management
1964
15 3
Compound 1080
1965
15 4
Wildlife Services long-range plan
1965
15 5
Animal control on public land
1967
15 6
Bill Gilbert-Saturday Evening Post article
1966-1967
15 7
Kastenmeier Bill
1968
15 8
Script: presentation for conservation organizations
1969
15 9
National Wool Growers Association papers
1969
15 10
Dog poisoning issue-Colorado
1969
16 1
Issue paper: Urban Wildlife Services
1969
16 2
R. A. McGabe file
1969
16 3
USU Wildlife Extension shortcourse
1969
16 4
NWG convention
1960s
16 5
International Association of Fish & Game commissioner papers
1970
16 6
IAFG animal damage control studies
1970
16 7
Supreme Court library
1970
16 8
Program development
1970
17 1
Wildlife Services progress during
1965-1969, 1970
17 2
Division of Wildlife Services progress during
1965-1969, 1970
17 3
Trip reports
1969-1970
17 4
Analysis of regional response on control management projects
1970
17 5
Animal damage program
1970
17 6
Priority for the 70s
1970
17 7
Wildlife Society papers; Arizona situation
1970
17 8
Training-Wildlife Services
1970
17 9
Bird control research suit
1971
17 10
Sports Illustrated article
1971
17 11
Wildlife Society papers, 1971 position committee papers
17 12
Environmental impact statement-version 2
1971
18 1
Five-year progress report of the Division of Wildlife Services
1971
18 2
The Animal Damage Control Functions of the Division of Wildlife Services (taken from a binder)
1971
18 3
Reed & Morton briefings
1971
18 4
McGee hearings
1971
18 5
Cain committee
1971
18 6
Television programs
1971
18 7
Olsen-"Slaughter the Animals"
1971
18 8
Colorado magazine, Libel Actions
1971
18 9
Compound 1080
1971
18 10
Martin, Faith (writer)
1971
18 11
1972 program changes
1972
18 12
1972 program changes environmental impact statement
1972
19 1
1972 papers
1972
19 2
1972 progress reports
1972
19 3
1972 instructions
1972
19 4
Proposal for reducing depredations
1972
19 5
Program changes
1972
19 6
Executive order
1972
19 7
Fund analysis for Wildlife Services
1972
19 8
NWG Association
1972
19 9
Legislative Liaison Team for FADA Act of
1973
19 10
Poage letter papers
1973
19 11
Legislation: Federal Animal Damage Abatement Act of 1973 papers
1973
20 1
Program changes 1972- Executive Order & Bureau Implementation
1972
20 2
Program changes 1972- Executive Order & Bureau Implementation
1972
20 3
Bridger project papers
1972-1973
20 4
Division of Wildlife Services Budget Briefing materials
1973
20 5
Ruch file
1973
21 1
Papers concerning predator control
1973
21 2
House Agricultural Committee hearings
1973
21 3
Senate Commerce Committee hearings
1973
21 4
Papers concerning Mr. S. Smith
1973
21 5
House hearings-Dingell
1973
21 6
Legislation, temporary
1974
22 1
Animal damage control papers
1974
22 2
Trip reports
1972-1974
22 3
NWGA papers
1973-1974
22 4
Wildlife Society papers, long-range planning committee papers
1975
22 5
Golden Eagles
1975
22 6
Predator control
1975
22 7
American Motors Conservation Awards
1976
22 8
Organization Plan of Extension Education (taken from a binder)
1977
23 1
Extension Education Program
1977
23 2
Animal Damage Committee advisory committee
1989
23 3
Supplemental Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement
1993
23 4
Boy Scouts of America papers
1991-1994
23 5
The Aldo Leopold Award
1995

VHS recordingsReturn to Top

Description Dates
VHS 1: Berryman Institute Dedication Ceremony
1993
VHS 2: "A Fish & Wildlife Imperative: Cooperation with the Private Sector" J. H. Berryman
1993