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Finding aid in the repository.
Henry P. Barringer was a U.S. Forest Service ranger stationed at Iron Mountain, Montana, with District #1. He fought fires during the 1910 fire season. Barringer lived at Iron Mountain with his wife, Evelyn, from at least 1909 through 1913.
Letter from Forest Service Chief H.S. Graves, to Elers Koch and the Region One forest officers, November 7, 1910; letter from H.P. Barringer to Henry J. Claffey, November 8, 1910; and H.P. Barringer's report on the 1910 Grave Creek/Trout Creek Fire, November 8, 1910.
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[Name of document or photograph number], Henry P. Barringer Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, The University of Montana-Missoula.