Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, Forestry Division Records, 1913-2001  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Montana. Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.
Title
Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, Forestry Division Records
Dates
1913-2001 (inclusive)
Quantity
52 linear feet of shelf space
Collection Number
RS 283
Summary
Records consist of Subject Files of the Forestry Division, Office of State Forester, and records of the Forest Management Bureau when the Forestry Division was part of State Lands.
Repository
Montana Historical Society, Research Center Archives
Montana Historical Society Research Center Archives
225 North Roberts
PO Box 201201
Helena MT
59620-1201
Telephone: 406-444-2681
Fax: 406-444-5297
mhslibrary@mt.gov
Access Restrictions

Collection open for research.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. Funding for encoding additions to this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC)


Historical NoteReturn to Top

The Montana Office of State Forester was established by the legislature in 1909. Prior to that year the functions of the office had been performed by the State Board of Land Commissioners (see RS 29) and its administrative arms, the Register of State Lands and the State Land Agent. With statehood, Montana received from the Federal Government land sections 16 and 36 to support public schools. The State Board of Land Commissioners was given the right to select lands "in lieu of" lands already taken for homesteads, mining claims, Indian Reservations, and railroad grants. Some of these lands were in large blocks which became the basis for several state forests including the Swan River State Forest and the Stillwater State Forest.

The 1909 legislature established the Office of State Forester, and its governing body the State Board of Forestry, under the Board of Land Commissioners. The new Office was given the authority to administer the state's forest lands, to fight forest fires, and teach classes at the State University. The 1909 law also established procedures for evaluating state timber lands, administering timber sales, arranging for brush removal, protection of watersheds, and other administrative tasks. During the 1940s the State Forester also served as State Park Commissioner.

From 1971 to 1981 the Forestry Division was part of the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation and then was returned to the Department of State Lands. Again in 1995, the Forestry Division was returned to the Department of Natural Resources. State Foresters included Charles Jungberg (1910-1914), John C. VanHook (1914-1921), Robert P. McLaughlin (1921-1926), Rutledge Parker (1926-1954), Gareth Moon (1955-1980), and Gary G. Brown (1981-1992). Assistant State Foresters included L.L. White, Emil A. Anderson, and Robert W. Arnold.

The Forest Management Bureau, now part of the Trust Land Management Division (State Lands) of the Department of Natural Resources, manages Montana's forested trust lands to maximize long-term revenue while promoting healthy and diverse forest. The FMB previously operated through the Forestry Division when the Forestry Division was part of the Department of State Lands, but remained with Trust Land Management (State Lands) when State Lands was absorbed into the DNRC, and the Forestry Division became part of DNRC in 1995. The FMB historically, and currently, conducts environmental reviews of proposed management activities, prepares contracts for those activities, completes the field work for forest management, as well as develops the State Forest Land Management Plan (SFLMP). One of the primary activities of the FMB is to conduct forest product sales and manage timber harvesting, including issuing forest timber permits, as well as conservation, inventory, and forest and state land management.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Records consist primarily of subject files (1940s-1970s) for forestry- and conservation-oriented organizations, state agencies, and federal agencies, and topical subject files. These files include information on the broad range of the Forestry Division's functions including forest fire protection, insect control, timber harvesting, forest research, land use, land exchanges, and a myriad of related topics. In addition there are legal documents including cooperative agreements on forest fire protection, community forestry programs, real estate appraisal, tree planting, and other topics; maps, including land classification, land condition, and land ownership plats; organizational materials, including administrative manuals, organization charts, and work plans; reports, including cooperative forest management reports, forest fire reports, monthly narrative reports, narrative reports of meetings attended, and individual reports on many topics.

Some of the collection's most valuable material is in the miscellany series, including land and timber evaluation sheets for each piece of state forest land, describing in considerable detail the types of plants present, the value of the timber, and the watershed conditions. This series also includes various types of permits issued by the Forestry Division, including Christmas tree permits, special use permits, timber permits, and timber sales.

There are subgroups for the Montana State Board of Forestry, consisting of minutes (1947, 1951, 1955, 1962); for the Civilian Conservation Corps/ Emergency Conservation Work including printed material and subject files on six forest CCC camps in western Montana; the Forest Lands Advisory Commission , consisting of a report (1945) to the governor and materials on which the report was based; and the \b Montana Rural Fire Fighters Service , consisting of correspondence (1944-1947), legal documents (1942-1946), minutes (1942-1945), annual and monthly reports (1944-1960), a subject file on cooperation with the Cooperative Extension Service, and other materials.

Timber Sale and Timber Permit files (found in the Subject Files series) include Brush Disposal Records. However, some Brush Disposal Record cards are stored separately from their T.S. or T.P. files, in box 49.

Earlier material on the management of state forest lands is included in the Board of Land Commissioners Records (Record Series 29).

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of the Montana Historical Society. The Society does not necessarily hold copyright to all materials in the collection. In some cases permission for use may require additional authorization from the copyright owners. For more information contact an archivist.

Preferred Citation

Item description and date. Collection Title. Collection Number. Box and Folder numbers. Montana Historical Society Research Center, Archives, Helena, Montana.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection

Montana Forestry Division (at 21:10-3)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Audiovisual Material (in multimedia cabinet)
Box/Folder
MM84: 1
VHS: "Rural Development thru Forestry: Feasibility of Mini-Sawmills" (15:42 minutes)
undated
MM84: 2
VHS: Mobile Dimension Sawmill (case labeled "Flooring - Bob Be/A"); VHS: "Protecting Wood with Borates" (21:30 minutes) and "How to Do Treatment of Dip Borate" (23:30 minutes)
undated
Biographical Material
Box/Folder
1 / 1
Biographical data on State Foresters John VanHook and Rutledge Parker
1951-1952
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
1 / 2
Rutledge Parker correspondence
1927-1952
Interoffice Correspondence
Box/Folder
1 / 3-12
Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation with its Forestry Division
1972-1981
Diaries
Box/Folder
SmBx / 1
Diary: Clearwater State Forest
1950
SmBx / 1
Diary: Nathan Hayes
1933
Interoffice Correspondence
Box/Folder
1 / 13
Dept. of State Lands with its Forestry Division
1981-1984
Financial Records
Box/Folder
1 / 14
Budget explanation sheets (includes program descriptions)
1956-1961
1 / 15
"Finance: general"
1946
Legal Documents
Box/Folder
1 / 16-22
Agreements
1925-1955
1 / 23
Community forestry program contracts (108)
1979-1981
1 / 24
Consultant and contractor agreements (108)
1974-1980
1 / 25
Cooperative forest fire control agreements (10)
1969-1985
1 / 26
Cooperative scaling agreements (103)
1965-1981
1 / 27
Real estate appraisal agreements (108)
1976-1977
1 / 28
Tree planting agreements (108)
1980-1981
Maps
Box/Folder
1 / 29
List of maps in oversize folders
undated
1 / 30
U.S. Bureau of Land Management lands
undated
Press Releases
Box/Folder
1 / 31-32
Press releases (635.3, 645.1)
1959-1979
Organization
Box/Folder
1 / 33-34
Administrative manuals
1965-1967
2 / 1-2
Administrative manuals
1969-1971
2 / 3-5
Objectives and policy manuals
1961, 1965, 1974
2 / 6
Organizational charts
1953-1972
2 / 7
Position descriptions, work plans, etc.
1953-1975
2 / 8-17
Work plans
1965-1971
2 / 18-19
Work plans: Youth Forest Camp Work Program
1968
Photographs
Box/Folder
2 / 20
List of photographs transferred to Photo Archives
undated
Printed Material
Box/Folder
2 / 21
"Now You Know" (departmental newsletter)
1955-1956
Reports
Box/Folder
2 / 22
"Cooperative Forest Management Administrative Guides"
1965
2 / 23
Cooperative forest management reports (571.5)
1955-1958
2 / 24
Cooperative forest management reports: Bozeman
1956-1960
2 / 25
Cooperative forest management reports: Helena; Sanders County
1956-1960
2 / 26
Cooperative forest management reports: Kalispell
1956-1960
2 / 27
Cooperative forest management reports: Missoula
1956-1960
2 / 28
"Fire Hazard Reduction and Management Handbook"
1959
2 / 29
Fire prevention inspection reports (563.175)
1955-1958
2 / 30-31
Forest fire reports (563.214)
1938-1939, 1956-1958
2 / 32
"Forest Resource Utilization in the Inland Empire," by Royce G. Cox
circa 1950
2 / 33
"Forest Resources and Industries of Montana," by Kenneth P. Davis.
1947
2 / 34
"Hazard Reduction and Management Guidelines"
1964
2 / 35
Monthly narrative reports (189. scattered)
1950-1975
2 / 36
Monthly narrative reports: R.W. Arnold (189)
1963-1964
2 / 37-38
Monthly report to Governor
1950-1954
2 / 39-42
Narrative reports on meetings attended (186)(includes discussions of the broad range of the State Forester's activities, programs of various organizations, etc.)
1960-1967
3 / 1-10
Narrative reports on meetings attended (186)
1968-1977
3 / 11
Operations Bureau reports of actions taken
1974-1977
3 / 12
Report of activities (045.2)
1954-1955
3 / 13
"Report on the Bitterroot National Forest," by Select Committee of the University of Montana
circa 1970
3 / 14
"Rock Creek Report"
1970
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder
3 / 15
"Brief History of State Forestry," by Rutledge Parker
circa 1935
3 / 16
"A Brief History of the Bitterroot and Flathead Valleys," by Mrs. William Guntermann
undated
3 / 17
"Cooperation"
undated
3 / 18
"Forest Resources of Montana," and other informational writings
undated
3 / 19
"Historical Sketch of the Growth of the Lumbering Industry and Forestry in Montana"; "The History of Lumbering and Forestry in Montana," (by Gareth Moon)
1954,1958
3 / 20
"History of the Cooperative Forest Fire Prevention Program," by Kathy Davis (re Smokey Bear) (301.7)
1970
3 / 21
"Lumbering and Forestry," by Gareth Moon
circa 1955
3 / 22
Radio talks, etc. (641)
1949-1965
3 / 23
Miscellaneous articles
1954-1971
Subject File (Organizations)
Box/Folder
3 / 24
American Forest Institute (819.1)
1971-1979
3 / 25
American Forest Products Industries, Inc. (81-AFPI)
1959-1967
3 / 26
American Forestry Association (81-AFA, 810.9)
1954-1981
3 / 27
American Forestry Association. Historic Tree Committee (81-AFA)
1975
3 / 28
American Motors Conservation Awards Program (81-AMCAP)
1958-1978
3 / 29
American Right of Way Association (81-ARW)
1965-1977
3 / 30-31
Association of State Foresters (86-ASF) (see also National Association of State Foresters)
1923-1968
3 / 32
Association of State Foresters. Cooperative Forest Fire Prevention Committee (primarily re "Show-Me" tour and Smokey Bear promotions) (563.1121)
1956-1959
3 / 33
Boy Scouts of America (88-BSA)
1963-1973
3 / 34-36
Columbia Basin Inter-Agency Committee (re watershed protection, water impoundment, transmission lines) (81-CBIA, 549)
1954-1966
3 / 37
Conservation Education Association (81-CEA)
1956-1970
3 / 38
Council of Western State Foresters (81-CWSF)
1967-1973
3 / 39
Educational institutions (809)
1979-1982
3 / 40
Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs
1970
3 / 41
Flathead Valley Community College Forestry Occupations Advisory Council (85-FVCC)
1967-1975
3 / 42
Forest Industries Committee on Timber Valuation and Taxation (818.3)
1976-1982
3 / 43
Forest Industries Council. Forest Productivity Committee (85-FPC, 818.4) (includes "Montana Forest Productivity Report)
1977-1980
3 / 44
Forest Products Research Society
1946-1954
3 / 45
Forest Research Advisory Committee
1953-1954
3 / 46-47
Forestry Conservation Communications Association (81-FCCA) (re radio usage)
1945-1958
3 / 48
Great Falls Public Schools conservation education program
circa 1967
3 / 49
Green Thumb Program (96)
1970-1978
3 / 50
Inland Empire Multiple Use Committee (re Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness)
1961
3 / 51
Inland Forest Resource Council (85-IFRC)
1973-1982
3 / 52
Intermountain Cooperative State Foresters
1955-1957
3 / 53
Intermountain Forest Fire Research Council (81-IFFRC)
1969
3 / 54
Intermountain Logging Conference (81-ILC)
1957-1969
3 / 55
Intermountain State Foresters (86-ISF)
1956-1961
4 / 1
Intermountain State Foresters Association (86-ISFA)
1960-1967
4 / 2
Keep Montana Green Association (611.12, 611.23, 563.1134)
1959-1973
4 / 3
Keep Montana Green Association minutes
1960-1979
4 / 4
Keep Montana Green Association poster contest (302.61, 611.51)
1961-1973
4 / 5
Keep Montana Green Committee (563.13, 611.11)
1944-1959
4 / 6
Keep Montana Green programs (563.13)
1944-1956
4 / 7
Missoula Chamber of Commerce Natural Resources Council minutes (093.CC)
1972-1978
4 / 8
Missoula County (includes Fort Missoula Guidelines for Development; Fort Missoula Steering Committee minutes; Rock Creek designation as recreational river; air pollution monitoring) (091, 145.1)
1967-1976
4 / 9
Missoula Vo-Tech Center forestry technician course (81-MV)
1967-1979
4 / 10
Montana Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts (87-MASWCD)
1962-1970, 1976-1981
4 / 11
Montana Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. Farm Forestry Committee (87-MASWCD, 571.8)
1940-1968
4 / 12
Montana Christmas Tree Association (85-CTA)
1959-1969
4 / 13-16
Montana Conservation Council (85-CC)
1954, 1964-1975
4 / 17
Montana Emergency Labor Committee. Subcommittee on Farm Labor minutes
1941-1943
4 / 18
Montana Forest Productivity Committee minutes
1977
4 / 19
Montana 4 x 4 Patrol (Montana Four by Four Patrol) (85-4x4)
1966, 1969
4 / 20
Montana Grange (85-Grange)
1957
4 / 21
Montana Lewis and Clark Trail Committee (88-LCT)
1966
4 / 22
Montana Noxious Weed Control Association (85-MWA)
1961-1971
4 / 23
Montana Reclamation Association (85-Reclam)
1959
4 / 24
Montana Stockgrowers Association (85-SA)
1957-1979
4 / 25
Montana Wilderness Association
1959-1970
4 / 26
Montana Wildlife Federation (85-WF)
1953-1975
4 / 27-28
Montana Wildlife Federation, "Proceedings of the First Flathead Lake Natural Resources Seminar" (includes talk by Gareth Moon, Montana State Forester)
1969
5 / 1-4
Montana Woodland Council minutes and correspondence (85-WC)
1959-1979
5 / 5
Montana Woolgrowers Association (85-WG)
1964-1969
5 / 6
Montanans on a New Trac for Science (MONTS) (85-MONTS)
1979
5 / 7-12
National Association of State Foresters (86-NASF) (see also Association of State Foresters)
1964-1983
5 / 13
National Association of State Foresters. Cooperative Forest Fire Prevention Committee
1966-1967
5 / 14
National Association of State Foresters. Cooperative Forest Management fund distribution formula study
1962-1965
5 / 15
National Association of State Foresters. Environmental Regulations Committee
1974-1977
5 / 16
National Association of State Foresters. Fire Weather Forecasting Subcommittee
1975,1981
5 / 17
National Association of State Foresters. Legislative Committee
1975-1984
5 / 18
National Association of State Foresters. National Wildfire Coordinating Groups (re air quality problems of controlled burns)
1978-1980
5 / 19
National Association of State Foresters. Public Land Law Review Commission report review
1970-1971
5 / 20
National Lumber Manufacturers Association (81-NLMA)
1963
5 / 21
National Wildlife Federation (81-NWF)
1956-1976
5 / 22
Northern Pacific Railway Company (81-NP) (includes list of NP lands under Forest Service fire protection)
1957-1967, 1973
5 / 23
Old West Regional Commission
1975-1976
5 / 24
Oregon Forest Protection Association
1965
5 / 25
Pacific Logging Congress (81-PLC)
1956-1975
5 / 26
Pacific Northwest Conservation Council (05-CNC)
1970
5 / 27
Scientists' Committee for Public Information (81-SCFPI)
1970
5 / 28
Sierra Club (81-Sierra)
1961, 1970
5 / 29-31
Society of American Foresters (81-SAF)
1958-1982
6 / 1
Society of American Foresters. Committee on Information and Communications (81-SAF-I and C)
1968-1974
6 / 2
Society of American Foresters. Committee on Professional Employment Service (81-SAF-PES)
1968-1969
6 / 3
Soil Conservation Districts
1957-1960
6 / 4-13
Soil Conservation Districts: Beaverhead - Yellowstone counties
1957-1982
6 / 14
Soil Conservation Districts: memorandum of understanding (includes list of districts)
1957,1965
6 / 15
Timber Products Bureau (81-TPB)
1954-1968
6 / 16
Western Forest Tree Seed Council (81-WFTSC)
1964-1975
6 / 17-21
Western Forestry and Conservation Association (81-WF and CA, 817.9)
1949, 1955-1980
6 / 22-24
Western Forestry and Conservation Association. Western Fire Research Council (81-WFRC)
1956-1969
6 / 25
Western Forestry and Conservation Association. Western Forest Pest Committee (81-WFC)
1964-1977
6 / 26
Western Forestry Center
1978
6 / 27
Western Governors' Conference (88-WGC)
1969
6 / 28-30
Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force (061)
1975-1978
7 / 1
Miscellaneous organizations
1959-1980
Subject File (State Agencies)
Box/Folder
7 / 2
Dept. of Administration (05-DA) (re budget)
1970
7 / 3
Aeronautics Administration (05-AC)
1968-1971
7 / 4-5
Attorney General opinions (re rules and regulations, fire districts, taxation, special use permits, cabin sites, Yellowstone River islands, Flathead Indian Reservation lands, etc.)
1905, 1939-1972
7 / 6
State Auditor (05-SA) (re Fire Marshall inspections)
1967-1969
7 / 7
Conservation Districts Division (051.1)
1983
7 / 8
State Controller (05-SC)
1966-1968
7 / 9-11
Cooperative Extension Service (827.9, 81-CES, 82-CES, 82-USDA Ext Ser)
1942, 1953-1982
7 / 12
Cooperative Extension Service. Extension Forester (827.1)
1966-1979
7 / 13
Montana Cooperative Soil Survey Work Planning Conference (85-CSSW)
1957-1963
7 / 14
Disaster and Emergency Services Division (050.2)
1980-1982
7 / 15
Employment Security Commission (05-ESC)
1961-1973
7 / 16
Energy Advisory Council (05-EAC)
1976
7 / 17
Environmental Coordinating Council (85-EC)
1969-1970
7 / 18-19
State Board of Examiners (includes specifications for Lincoln School in Missoula, building appraisals, etc.) (05-BEx, 05-DA)
1945-1971
7 / 20
Dept. of Fish and Game (05-DFG)
1955-1979
7 / 21
Dept. of Fish and Game: fire protection (05-DFG) (includes "Inventory of Lands Controlled by the Montana Fish and Game Commission)
1965-1966
7 / 22
Dept. of Fish and Game "History of the Development of the State Park Idea: the Montana Experience," by David Conklin
1977
7 / 23
Dept. of Fish, Wildlife and Parks (043.9)
1980-1982
7 / 24
State Forest Tree Nursery
1981
7 / 25-27
State Board of Forestry
1939-1971
7 / 28
Forestry Advisory Commission, "Montana State Forests: a Plan for Management" (045.1)
1954
7 / 29
Montana Interagency Forestry Planning Committee (82-MIAC)
1966-1980
7 / 30-32
Governor (019) (includes suggested replies for Governor, by State Forester, speeches, meetings, etc.)
1951-1968
8 / 1-3
Governor (01)
1969-1979
8 / 4
Governor's Committee for Economic Studies (019)
1962
8 / 5
Governor's Committee on Outdoor Recreation (05-OR)
1964-1966
8 / 6
Governor's Committee on Reorganization and Economy: forestry and park agencies
1941, undated
8 / 7
Governor's Committee on State Fire Protection
1949-1954 1964-1965
8 / 8
Governor's Conference on Safety
1949-1950
8 / 9
Governor's Conference on State and Federal Relations (092)
1967-1969
8 / 10-16
Governor's Council on Natural Resources (82-CNR) (includes predecessor Interagency Advisory Council on Natural Resources. Many files consist primarily of Water Resources Board materials)
1953-1972
8 / 17
Governor's Council on Natural Resources: Big Horn Canyon National Recreation Area
1971
8 / 18-19
Governor's Council on Natural Resources: Buffalo Creek Grazing District Study
1968
8 / 20
Governor's Council on Natural Resources: Milk River mosquito control project
1971
8 / 21
Governor's Council on Natural Resources: Missouri River hydro-power
1971
8 / 22-23
Governor's Council on Natural Resources: Missouri River Wild and Scenic River designation
1970-1971
8 / 24
Governor's Council on Natural Resources: proposed strip mine reclamation regulations
1970
8 / 25
Governor's Council on Natural Resources: Smith River study
1969-1970
8 / 26
Governor's Forest Insect Control Committee
1952
8 / 27
Dept. of Health and Environmental Sciences; Board of Health (05-DHES) (re pesticides, open burning, etc.)
1962-1977
8 / 28
State Highway Commission (05-HD) (re Keep Montana Green...and Clean)
1970
8 / 29
Coordinator of Indian Affairs
1966
8 / 30
Dept. of Institutions (05-DI) (re State Prison, Swan River Youth Camp, Boulder River School and Hospital)
1970-1972
9 / 1-2
Board of Land Commissioners (036, 039)
1954-1970
9 / 3-4
Board of Land Commissioners (036) (re timber sale approvals)
1963-1980
9 / 5
Land Use Policy Committee (81) (re grazing leases; oil and gas leases)
1960-1965
9 / 6-9
Dept. of State Lands right of way easements (036) (includes Burlington Northern Railway, telephone companies, U.S. Forest Service)
1971-1981
9 / 10-11
Legislative Assembly. Air Pollution Control Study Committee (05-APC)
1965-1969
9 / 12-13
Legislative Assembly. Committee to Study the Diversified Uses of State Lands (05-DUSL)
1967-1969
9 / 14
Legislative Assembly. Committee to Study the Diversified Uses of State Lands reports (also includes Multiple Use of State Owned Land by Montana Jaycees)
1968
9 / 15
Legislative Assembly. Pesticides Advisory Committee (05-SBH-PC)
1965-1970
9 / 16
Legislative Council (05-LC, 052.3)
1958-1970
9 / 17
Legislative Council. Fire Law Review Subcommittee (060.1)
1967-1978
9 / 18
Bureau of Mines and Geology (re "Geologic and Mineral Inventory for the South, Middle, and North Forks, Flathead River"
1970
9 / 19-20
Missouri River Basin Council of State and Federal Agencies
1948-1951
9 / 21-22
Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation (014.1)
1971-1973
10 / 1-3
Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation (014.1)
1974-1976
10 / 4
Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation: agreements (014.1)
1971-1974
10 / 5
Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation: cooperation with Commission on Local Government (014.95)
1975-1976
10 / 6
Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation: legislation (014.5)
1980-1981
10 / 7
Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation. Natural Resource Legacy Program (051.9)
1984
10 / 8
Dept. of Natural Resources and Conservation. Operations Bureau report of actions taken (015.1)
July 1973- June 1977
10 / 9
Natural Resources Council of State and Federal Agencies (85-NRC)
1956-1965
10 / 10
State Park Commission (State Forester served, ex officio, as State Park Commissioner)
1941-1953
10 / 11
State Park Commission: Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park
1942-1946
10 / 12
State Park Commission: monthly reports
1950-1951 1953
10 / 13
State Planning Board / Dept. of Planning and Economic Development (re lodgepole pine harvesting, Big Sky ski area, wood fiber utilization) (055, 05-DP)
1960-1976
10 / 14
Executive Committee for Planning Coordination (includes "State Forestry Goals and the Pursuit of these Goals through Planning," by Gareth Moon) (05-PC)
1967-1968
10 / 15
Supt. of Public Instruction (re school fire safety program) (05-SPI, 057)
1959,1961
10 / 16-20
Rural Areas Development Committee (RAD) (743.1, 741.21)
1963-1985
10 / 21
Rural Areas Development Committee. Community Development Subcommittee (743.1)
1970-1975
10 / 22
Rural Areas Development Committee. Forestry Subcommittee (743.1, 741.21)
1963-1972
10 / 23
Rural Areas Development Committee. Forestry Subcommittee (Fergus County Pilot Project) (743.2)
1971-1972
10 / 24-25
Rural Fire Defense Committee (563.234) (includes civil defense, fire fighting plans, radiological monitoring)
1956-1962
10 / 26
"Rural Fire Defense Plan for Montana"
1957
10 / 27
Rural Fire district organization
1971
10 / 28
Rural Fire Fighters Service (563.224)
1954-1961
10 / 29
State Soil Conservation Service (re Montana Rangeland Resource Plan)
1970
10 / 30
State Advisory Board (83-SAB) (re Fort Union coal fields)
1973-1974
10 / 31
Statewide Fire Coordination and Briefing Meeting
1977
10 / 32
Taxation-Education Commission (05-TEC, 052.2)
1958
11 / 1
Montana State University (Missoula). American Association of University Professors report on academic salaries
1964
11 / 2
Montana State University (Missoula). Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (Lubrecht Forest) (85-MSU-FCES)
1960-1963 1969
11 / 3
Montana State University (Missoula). Forest Tree Nursery (85-Nursery)
1927, 1948-1963
11 / 4-5
Montana State University (Missoula). School of Forestry (85-MSU)
1956-1965
11 / 6-8
University of Montana (Missoula). School of Forestry (85-UofM)
1966-1977
11 / 9
University of Montana (Missoula). Wilderness Institute (85-UofM)
c.1975
11 / 10
USDA Committee for Rural Development (829.9)
1980-1982
11 / 11
Water Conservation Board (05-WCB)
1966
11 / 12
Water Resources Board (05-WB)
1967-1970
11 / 13
Youth Conservation Corps (05-YCC)
1964-1978
Subject File (U.S. Agencies)
Box/Folder
11 / 14
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (82-ASCS)
1962-1974
11 / 15
Air Force. Air Intelligence Service (83-AIS)
1955-1957
11 / 16
Bonneville Power Administration (83-BPA)
1971-1977
11 / 17
Bureau of Indian Affairs (83-BIA) (re Flathead Reservation)
1962-1972
11 / 18
Bureau of Land Management (83-BLM)
1956-1979
11 / 19
Bureau of Land Management. State Advisory Board (83-SAB)
1966-1974
11 / 20
Bureau of Land Management. State Multiple Use Advisory Board (includes Missouri River management planning) (83-SAB)
1975-1977
11 / 21
Bureau of Land Management: Wales Creek roadless area evaluation (830.61)
1978
11 / 22
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (84-EPA)
1971-1979
11 / 23
Farmers Home Administration (81-FHA)
1962-1969
11 / 24
Fire Weather and Air Quality Meteorological Service (84-FWS)
1973-1974
11 / 25
Fish and Wildlife Service (US-FWS)
1960,1967
11 / 26-33
Forest Service (81-USFS)
1955-1973
12 / 1-8
Forest Service (82-USFS)
1974-1984
12 / 9
Forest Service. Absaroka and Beartooth primitive areas
1964-1971
12 / 10
Forest Service. Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness Area (81-APWA)
1962
12 / 11
Forest Service. Bitterroot National Forest (includes Magruder Corridor controversy)
1970-1972
12 / 12
Forest Service. Custer National Forest
1975
12 / 13
Forest Service. Division of State and Private Forestry
1972-1973
12 / 14
Forest Service. Emergency Flood Prevention Program
1975-1976
12 / 15
Forest Service. Environmental Program for the Future (EPFF)
1974-1975
12 / 16
Forest Service. Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act (RPA)
1974-1977
12 / 17
Forest Service. Genetics Education for Northwestern Ecosystems (GENES)
1978-1979
12 / 18
Forest Service. Great Bear Wilderness proposal
1977
12 / 19
Forest Service. Homestake-Whitehall Area Study
1970
12 / 20
Forest Service. Idaho and Salmon River Breaks primitive areas
1968
12 / 21-22
Forest Service. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (includes "Forest Management Objectives in Western Montana;" Lawrence S. Davis paper on fire management; "Cooperative Smoke Management Plan") (81-IFRES, 82-FS-IFRES)
1959-1978
12 / 23
Forest Service. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station research proposals (82-USFS)
1969-1979
12 / 24
Forest Service. Mission Mountain Primitive Area/Wilderness
1967-1970
12 / 25
Forest Service: resignation of regional supervisor
1924
12 / 26
Forest Service: roadless areas and proposed wilderness
1972, 1977
12 / 27
Forest Service. Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness
1968
12 / 28
Forest Service: timber sales
1959
12 / 29-30
Forest Service: Wild and Scenic River proposal for Flathead River (824.3, 82-FS)
1970-1982
12 / 31
Dept. of Interior: proposed take-over of Agriculture Dept. in new Conservation and Works Department
1935-1937
12 / 32
National Park Service (83-NPS)
1959-1974
12 / 33
President's Advisory Panel on Timber and the Environment (84-US Govt)
1972
12 / 34-37
Soil Conservation Service (includes "Remote Sensing of Physical Water Pollution on the Gallatin National Forest" by Leon D. Logan; "Analysis of Snow Samples 1971 Snow Season") (81-SCS, 82-SCS)
1954-1979
13 / 1
Soil Conservation Service (includes Upper Missouri River Basin Special Irrigation Study) (826.9)
1980-1982
13 / 2
Soil Conservation Service. Plant Materials Center
1977
13 / 3
Soil Conservation Service. Resource Conservation Act (826.1)
1977-1979
13 / 4
Weather Bureau: fire weather meteorologists (84-USWB)
1968-1971
Subject File (Topics)
Box/Folder
13 / 5
Agricultural Conservation Program (ACP) (572, 725.9, 729)
1957-1967
13 / 6
Airplane use
1944,1970
13 / 7
Arbor Day (691)
1965-1980
13 / 8
Black cottonwood
1943
13 / 9
Brush disposal
circa 1938
13 / 10
Cabin site leases (581, 741.15)
1958-1960
13 / 11
Capitol Building Land Grant (216, 511.9)
1955-1956
13 / 12
Christmas trees (537.2)
1934-1958
13 / 13
Civil defense (563.234)
1952-1954
13 / 14
Civil defense: Wildland Fire Plan (563.234)
1950-1951
13 / 15
Clark Fork of the Columbia River Basin study (824.2)
1972-1977
13 / 16
Columbia River Basin
1950
13 / 17
Conservation Reserve Program (Soil Bank) (575)
1955-1963
13 / 18
Cooperative Forest Fire Program awards (301.1, 301.9, 342.9)
1971-1979
13 / 19-20
Cooperative Forest Management Program (CFM) (571.3, 571.4, 571.8)
1955-1962
13 / 21
Cooperative Forest Management Program. Farm Forestry Committee
1946-1954
13 / 22
Cooperative grazing permits: The Anaconda Company and Northern Pacific Railway Company (582.1, 741.12)
1959-1961
13 / 23
Cooperative radio program: KGVO (641)
1965-1967
13 / 24
Kathy Davis resignation (first woman state forester)
1970
13 / 25
Earthquake emergency (Hebgen Lake) (85)
1959
13 / 26
Education and training (639)
1965-1970
13 / 27
Employee suggestions (139.1)
1968-1974
13 / 28
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) comments (016.8)
1976-1979
13 / 29
Fire cooperation (563.1312, 563.79)
1946-1963
13 / 30
Fire cooperation: agreements
1966,1969
13 / 31-36
Fire cooperation: Clarke-McNary Act
1926-1957
14 / 1
Fire cooperation: Clarke-McNary Act, Battelle Memorial Institute study
1957-1958
14 / 2
Fire cooperation: Fire Weather and Fire Danger Training School
1955
14 / 3
Fire cooperation: public domain lands under agreement I-LG40699 (563.232)
1945-1956
14 / 4-5
Fire cooperation: slash disposal (382, 388)
1948-1955
14 / 6
Fire protection (563.232)
1961
14 / 7
Fire protection: fund allocations (226)
1941-1963
14 / 8
Fire protection of state lands: areas with no organized protection
1965
14 / 9
Fire protection of state lands by associations: Northern Montana Forestry Association, Anaconda Forest Protection Association, Blackfoot Forest Protective Association (331.333)
1965
14 / 10
Fire protection of state lands by Flathead Indian Agency (334)
1924,1965
14 / 11
Fire protection of state lands by National Forests: Beaverhead - Lolo (335)
1965
14 / 12
Fire protection of state lands by state: Big Fork, Eureka, Helena, Stillwater and Swan River units
1962,1965
14 / 13
Fire readiness inspections (15)
1959-1970
14 / 14
Fire suppression charges to private landowners (mostly re H.D. Smiley fire, Eureka) (563.121)
1954-1958
14 / 15
Fire suppression manuals, agreements, instructional materials, etc.
1966-1970
14 / 16
Flathead River
1948
14 / 17
Foreign and out-of-state visitors
1966-1979
14 / 18
Forest fire statistics (563.69)
1952-1964
14 / 19
Forest information
1949
14 / 20
Forest products utilization
1960
14 / 21
Forest survey: Western Montana (82-SURV)
1969-1972
14 / 22-23
Forest taxation (052.1, 053.1, 581)
1955-1982
14 / 24
Glacier View Dam proposal, North Fork, Flathead River
1948
14 / 25
Nathan Hayes, State Forest Officer
1927-1931
14 / 26
"Headless axe award" (139.2)
1961-1980
14 / 27
Hours of work (including overtime for forest fire suppression) (139.3, 363)
1956-1974
14 / 28-31
Insect control (301.9, 561.23, 561.9) (includes Governor's State-wide Insect Control Committee, research reports on pesticides, control plans, etc.)
1947-1969 1977
14 / 32
Insect control: Dwarf mistletoe (302.1, 562.8) (includes Dwarf Mistletoe School)
1954-1955
15 / 1
Insect control: Englemann Spruce bark beetle (301.1, 561.8)
1952-1958
15 / 2-11
Insect control: Spruce budworm (301.23, 561.23, 561.9) (includes DDT studies, research reports, spraying plans, contracts with private landowners, etc.)
1951-1965
15 / 12
Insect control: Spruce budworm (bid for insecticide contract )
1955
15 / 13
Insect control: Spruce budworm infestation reports
1953
15 / 14-16
Insect control: Thompson River cooperative insect control program
1949-1953
15 / 17
Lagoni Lake fish management proposal
1981-1982
15 / 18
Land classification (712)
1926-1955
15 / 19
Land donation by Ernest and Hazel White (Lone Pine State Park, Kalispell)
1941-1952
15 / 20
Land exchanges on public domain
1929-1935
15 / 21
Land exchanges with Anaconda Copper Mining Company (513.2)
1936-1940
15 / 22
Land exchanges with Flathead Reservation (proposed)
1935-1936
15 / 23
Land exchanges with private individuals and companies (proposed)
1923-1962
15 / 24
Land exchanges with Somers Lumber Company at Lake Ronan (513.2)
1931-1940
16 / 1-3
Land exchanges with U.S. Forest Service (513.2)
1912-1938
16 / 4
Land exchanges with U.S. Forest Service: history
undated
16 / 5
Land sales: Kessler place, Kalispell
1946-1948
16 / 6
Land status (729)
1942-1955
16 / 7
Land use (749) (includes list of state lands by county, giving date of timber harvest, etc.; lists of leases, special use permits, etc.)
1941-1955
16 / 8
Land use: mining leases
1938
16 / 9
Land use: prospecting applications and permits
1927-1950
16 / 10
Land use: road rights-of-way
1949-1954
16 / 11
Land use: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (re Libby Dam)
1952
Ov4
Land Use Plans (by county)
1934
16 / 12
Law enforcement (563.81, 563.89)
1955-1963
16 / 13-14
Legislation (065, 069) (re forest ownership, fire protection, forest management, hazard reduction, etc.)
1967-1976 1987
16 / 15
Lumber prices
1945-1951
16 / 16-17
McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program
1962-1977
16 / 18-19
McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research Program: proposals
1963,1967
16 / 20
Mine reclamation law and regulations (036.1)
1970-1973
16 / 21
Nuclear attack planning (includes simulated disaster reports)
1970-1971
16 / 22
Office space needs
1956-1958
16 / 23
Personnel (139)
1943-1976
16 / 24
Personnel: job load analysis (17)
1968-1969
16 / 25
Pollution control (81-PC) (re watershed protection)
1956-1967
17 / 1
Portable sawmills (352.1) (includes lists of operating mills)
1946-1955
17 / 2
Productivity rating on state lands in Western Montana
1953
17 / 3
Pulp mill effluents
1955
17 / 4
Purchasing procedures
1961
17 / 5
Research (563.159)
1953-1963
17 / 6
Roadless Area Review and Evaluation (RARE II) (824.92)
1977-1979
17 / 7
Sawmill inspection
1955
17 / 8
Scalers' wages
1922
17 / 9
"Show me" trips
1959-1971
17 / 10
Slash burning (re air pollution in Helena Valley)
1970
17 / 11
Small Woodlands Meetings (622)
1970
17 / 12-16
State lands in Glacier National Park (re timber sales, land exchanges, etc.)
1923-1959
17 / 17
Swan River Road
1951
17 / 18
Timber: general
1943-1949
17 / 19
Timber management
1954-1972
17 / 20
Timber Resource Review productivity study
1952-1953
17 / 21
Timber sales: Christmas trees
1948-1952
17 / 22
Timber stumpage rates
1945-1951
17 / 23
Timber trespass (739)
1944-1963
17 / 24
Training sessions and workshops (036.9, 632)
1965-1982
17 / 25
Tree Nursery and Soil Bank program (575.5, 785)
1956-1958
17 / 26
Vocational forestry training in high schools (639.1)
1964-1968
17 / 27
Water utilization
1937
17 / 28
Weed control (16)
1975
17 / 29
Western Montana timber inventory
1970-1971
17 / 30
Wind, Big Horn, Clarks Fork River Type IV Study (99.4)
1970
17 / 31
Work load analysis (361)
1957
17 / 32
Working hours (363)
1956

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Container(s) Description Dates
Subject Files (Miscellaneous)
Box/Folder
26/1
Laws of Montana Relating to Forestry and State Parks. Office of State Forester
1946 December, 1954 February, 1958 July
26/2
Laws of Montana Relating to Forestry. Office of State Forester
1965 July, 1970 January, 1981 November, 1983 December
26/3
Law Enforcement Manual. Office of State Forester
undated
26/4
State Laws on Forestry for the State of Montana. USDA-Forest Service
1938 June 26
26/5
Annual Report of the Office of State Forester
1969-1970
26/6
Annual Report of the Office of State Forester
1971
26/7
Annual Report – Office of State Forester, 14th and 15th Reports
1947-1953, 1954-1956
26/8
Annual Report – Office of State Forester, 16th Report
1957-1958
26/9
Annual Report – Office of State Forester, 17th Report
1959-1960
26/10
Annual Report – Office of State Forester, 18th Report
1961-1962
26/11
Annual Report – Office of State Forester, 19th Report
1963-1964
26/12
Annual Report – Office of State Forester, 20th Report
1965-1966
26/13
Annual Report – Office of State Forester, 21st Report
1967-1968
26/14
Montana DNRC – Report to the Governor
1970-1977
26/15
Montana State Forests – A Plan for Management. Forestry Advisory Commission
1954-1955
26/16
Forestry Division, MEPA Procedures
1976
26/17
A Case Study in the Disposal of the Public Domain in Montana; Timber Depredations on Public Lands. K. Ross Toole
undated
26/18
Guide to the Administration of State Owned Forest Land. Office of State Forester
1966 April
26/19
Safety Program. Office of State Forester
1977 July
26/20
Forest Insect and Disease Control Manual. Office of State Forester
1971 June
26/21
Radio Communication Manual. Office of State Forester
undated
26/22
National Forest Maps: Absoroka, Beaverhead, Custer, Deer Lodge, Gallatin, Helena, Lewis and Clark, Cabinet, Flathead, Lolo, Kootenai, Clearwater, Coeur D’Alene, Kaniksu, Nez Perce, St. Joe
1940
26/23
Miscellaneous Brochures, Directories: “Resource Information Directory”, “Forest Resources Montana”, “Montana Forest Facts”, “Big Hole Battlefield National Forest Monument”, “Swan River Youth Forest Camp”
1959-1977
26/24
Maps: Blackfeet National Forest; Madison River Canyon Earthquake Area
undated
26/25
Report to the Forest Lands Advisory Committee
1945-1955
26/26
Long Range Goals and Objectives. Forestry Division
1970-1974
26/27
Timber Appraisal Guides. Office of State Forester
1962 January
26/28
Appraisal Guides. Office of State Forester
1962 January
26/29
The Report of the Committee Established to Study the Diversified Uses of State Lands
1968 December
26/30
Opportunities for Developing Montana’s Forest Resources. Forest Sub-Committee, Montana Rural Area Development Committee
1971
26/31
First State of Montana Sponsored Neighborhood Youth Camp. Office of State Forester
1965 October-December
26/32
A Report to the 37th Legislative Assembly. State Lands and Investments
1960 November
26/33
Initial Work Plan, Swan River Youth Camp
1968 June
26/34
Camp Manual, Swan River Youth Camp
1970 January
26/35
Operation Manual for Swan River Youth Forest Camp
1968 June
26/36
New and Special Projects Work Plans. Office of State Forester
1980
26/37
Work Plan. Office of State Forester
1971
26/38
Work Plan. Office of State Forester
1970
26/39
Fire Control Guidelines. Office of State Forester
1963 May
26/40
Department of State Lands, Normal Work Plan
1982 August
27/1
Thompson River Fire Management Plan
1975 May
27/2
Division of Forestry, Fire Management
undated
27/3
Classified State Forest Land Ownership List. Office of State Forester
1958-1971
27/4
Administrative Manual – Job Description Annex. Office of State Forester
1957-1957
27/5
Administrative Manual. Office of State Forester
1960
27/6
State Forester Work Plan. Office of State Forester
1965-1967
27/7
Work Plan. Office of State Forester
1968
27/8
Work Plan. Office of State Forester
1969
27/9
Swan River State Forest Annual Work Plan
1977
27/10
Fire Hazard Reduction and Management Handbook. Office of State Forester
1969 September
27/11
Prescribed Fire/Air Quality Guidelines. Office of State Forester
1972 October
27/12
Swan River State Forest Management Plan, Draft and Final Environmental Impact Statement
1977-1978
27/13
Excess Property Annex – Fire Control Guidelines. Office of State Forester
1963-1964
27/14
Fire Suppression Manual. Office of State Forester
undated
27/15
Cone Collecting Contracts
1980-1982
27/16
Tree Thinning Contracts
1981-1983
27/17
Tree Planting Contracts
1982
27/18-19
RRD – Closed Contracts
1983-1985
27/20
Miscellaneous
1971-1976
27/21
“Recreation Development of Montana State Lands,” William Corwin
undated
27/22
USDA Forest Service, “Recreation Opportunity Inventory and Evaluation”
1974
27/23
Statewide Interagency Recreation Planning
1971-1972
27/24
Managing Dispersed Recreation
1978
27/25
Snowmobile Use
1969-1975
27/26
Recreational Use – State Land, General
1976-1981
27/27
Operation Manual for Inventory of Private Forest Land – Phase I – Area Determination
1963
28/1
Cutting Analysis
1958-1965
28/2
Reference Manual – Management Plans, State Forests
1950-1959
28/3
Stillwater State Forest Management Plan
undated
28/4
Northern Pacific – Aerial Photography
1969-1974
28/5
Coal Creek State Forest Management Plan
1959
28/6
Management Plans Reference Data – Capitol Building
1971
28/7
Statewide Management Plan
1965-1969
28/8
Topographic Mapping – Quadrangle Index
1971
28/9
Management Plans – Individual State Forests
1958-1963
28/10
Easements – Correspondence
1986-1989
28/11
Outdoor Advertising Control
undated
28/12
Data For Statewide Recreation Plan
1967-1968
28/13
Data For Statewide Timber – Range – Watershed Plans
1963
28/14
Proposed Road Identification System
1964
28/15-16
Management Plan Reference Material
1960-1967
28/17
Summary of Private Forest Land Reclassification (By Counties)
1964
28/18
State Owned Land Within Flathead Reservation (Images – Copies)
1962
28/19
USFS – Aerial Photography, Meeting/Program
1960-1976
28/20
Timber Management Plan – Kootenai Working Circle, Kootenai National Forest: Region One
1968-1977
28/21
Instruction for Use of Individual Fire Report for CM2, Qualifying Lands
1966
28/22
Travel and Trailer Parks Planning Kit
1960
28/23
Recreational Facilities Inventory of State Lands
1976
28/24
Recreational Use – Existing Sites, Agreement with Fish and Game, Recreational Use Policy
1968-1972
28/25
Order to Snow Course and Temporary Restraining Order – Wolf Creek Canyon/Larry Pyke/Timberline Construction Company
1975
28/26
Greenough Post Office – New Site
1950
28/27
Lewis and Clark State Park – Logs/Portals
1949
28/28
Slash Disposals - Correspondence
1949-1952
28/29
Slash Disposal – Gilbert
1931
28/30
Industrial Accident Board
1929-1933
28/31
Forest Lands Advisory Commission – State Legislation Proposed
1944-1949
28/32
Timber Estimates
1936-1953
28/33
Kootenai Sustained Yield – Land Use and Right of Way
1948-1951
28/34
CCC Road Surveys – Swan State Forest, Lower Whitefish (Maps)
1937
28/35
Miscellaneous
1929-1945
28/36
Spur Roads – Swan Management Harvest – Soup Creek
1957
28/37
Woodward Circle, South Fork Road
undated
28/38
Estimate Sheets – Griffin, Logan
1924
28/39
Lands Exchange Reports/Blackfeet National Forest
1925
29/1
Lands Exchange Reports/Kalispell District
1924-1926
29/2
Estimate Forms/Maps – Eastern Montana
1929
29/3
Lands Exchange Reports/Timber Estimates
1925
29/4-5
Lands Exchange Reports/Government Owned, Maps and Estimates
1924-1925
29/6
Timber Permits “A” Books
1936-1952
29/7
Timber Permits “B” Books
1935-1956
29/8
Timber Permits “B”
1946
29/9
Timber Permits to 1619A
1920-1926
29/10
Timber Permits, 1628A – 2470A
1924-1928
29/11
Timber Permits, 2471A – 6843A
1928-1930
29/12
Timber Permits,
1913-1914
29/13-15
Timber Sales; Permits, Agreements, Timber Cut Reports, Property Transfer Lists, Correspondence, Miscellaneous
1923-1958
29/16
Timber Sales Permits; Seeley Lake, Clearwater, Kline Smith, Lincoln, Buffalo Gulch
1949
29/17-19
Timber Sales; Reports, Cut Reports, Correspondence - #2-0616
1938-1954
29/20
Timber Sales Permits - #8318-8648
1949-1952
30/1 -4
Timber Sales Permits - #8318-8648
1949-1952
30/5-6
Timber Sales Permits, Cut Reports, Correspondence - #2-0616
1948-1952
30/7
Trespass on State Lands
1965-1980
30/8
Timber Trespass – Crenshaw
1960-1962
30/9
Timber Trespass – Wolf Creek Canyon (Includes Case Files)
1976-1979
30/10
Timber Trespass – State Land Office, Grazing/Road Trespass
1973-1977
30/11
Timber Trespass – Closed Files
1955-1982
30/12-16
Timber Trespass
1922-1954
30/17
General Land Trespass
1955-1964
30/15-26
State Forest Land Use and Special Land Use Records: A
circa 1955-1975
Box 31
State Forest Land Use and Special Land Use Records: A-D
circa 1955-1975
Box 32
State Forest Land Use and Special Land Use Records: D-H
circa 1955-1975
Box 33
State Forest Land Use and Special Land Use Records: H-M
circa 1955-1975
Box 34
State Forest Land Use and Special Land Use Records: M-R
circa 1955-1975
Box 35
State Forest Land Use and Special Land Use Records: R-Y
circa 1955-1975
36/1-7
State Forest Land Use and Special Land Use Records: Z
circa 1955-1975
36/8
T.S. 0891: Evans Products – Greenough Hill Sale
1974-1975
36/9
T.S. 0892: Plum Creek Lumber – Jim Creek Sale
1975
36/10
T.S. 0893: Stoltze Land and Lumber – Beaver Lake Sale
1974-1976
36/11
T.S. 0894: Ronald E. Foster - Sipes Creek Salvage
1973-1974
36/12
T.S. 0895: Stoltze - Pine Prairie
1974
36/13
T.S. 0896: Stoltze - Coal Ridge Sale
1970-1976
36/14
T.S. 0897: Plum Creek – Lower Werner Sale
1974-1976
36/15
T.S. 0898: St. Regis Paper – Seale Reports
1975
36/16
T.S. 0899: St. Regis Paper - Wild Horse Ridge Sale
1974-1975
36/17
T.S. 0899: Charles Siderius – Upper Stryker Ridge
1973-1975
36/18
T.S. 0900: Robert Watson – Antice Knob Pulp Sale
1974
36/19
T.S. 0901: Robert Watson – Antice Knob Pulp Sale #2
1974
36/20
T.S. 0902: B.P. Wemple – Foys Lake
1974-1975
36/21
T.S. 0903: Samuel Gregg - Ward Creek
1975
36/22
T.S. 0904: Ralph Reid – Dave S. Miller – Squeezer House Logs
1975
36/23
T.S.: Weeksville Pine Sale (No Number Included)
1974-1975
36/24
T.S. 0905: Pack River - East Point Pleasant Sale
1975
36/25
T.S. 0906: Pack River – Napa Lookout #2
1975
36/26
T.S. 0907: U.S. Plywood – Twin Lake Sale
1975
36/27
T.S. 0908: Walter Dudley – Blue Slide Thinning
1974
36/28
T.S. 0909: Anderson Logging – Lone Lake Sale
1975-1978
37/1
T.S. 0910:Champion International – U.S. Plywood Game Ridge Sale
1975-1976
37/2
T.S. 0911: Veneers Inc. - Conniff Creek
1975-1978
37/3
T.S. 0912: Delmar Detienne - Buffalo Bill Bench
1975-1976
37/4
T.S. 0913: Delmar Detienne – Hot Springs Thinning
1970-1976
37/5
T.S. 0914: Fred Turner – Brander Flats
1975-1977
37/6
T.S. 0915: Plum Creek Lumber – Woods Lake Sale
1975-1977
37/7
T.S. 0916: Roman Schlabach – Glen Lake Sale
1970-1975
37/8
T.S. 0917: Veneer Inc. – Woods Bay Sale
1975
37/9
T.S. 0918: Veneer Inc. – Lions Spring
1976
37/10
T.S. 0919: West Coast Forest – Potter Creek
1978-1980
37/11
T.S. 0920: Pyramid Mountain – Rudge Ridge Sale
1976
37/12
T.S. 0921: Veneers Inc, - Twin Bridges
1976
37/13
T.S. 0922: Western Cedar Products – Woodchuck Canyon
1976-1977
37/14
T.S. 0923: Champion International Corp. – Cramer Creek Sale
1976
37/15
T.S. 0924: James Fuhrmann – Trout Creek Thinning
1976-1977
37/16
T.S. 0925: Timothy B. Thayer – Four Mile
1976
37/17
T.S. 0926: John Miller Logging – Blue Slide
1970-1977
37/18
T.S. 0927: Veneers Inc. – Haskill Pass
1976
37/19
T.S. 0928: Veneers Inc. – Reid Divide
1976
37/20
T.S. 0929: Stoltze – Ewing Speed Tree
1976
37/21
T.S. 0930: H and R Lumber – Squaw Creek
1976
37/22
T.S. 0931: John Viche – Tarkio Flats
1976-1977
37/23
T.S. 0932: Stoltze – Camas Prairie Cemetery
1976-1978
37/24
T.S. 0933: Stoltze – Lower West Fork
1976
37/25
T.S. 0934: St. Regis Paper – South Island Lake
1976-1977
38/1
T.S. 0935: Plum Creek Lumber – Antice Salvage
1978-1979
38/2
T.S. 0936: Plum Creek Lumber – Ashley Lake Sale
1977-1980
38/3
T.S. 0937: Leo Sudan – Whitetail Meadow
1977
38/4
T.S. 0938: Plum Creek Lumber – Wolf Creek Seed Tree
1977-1979
38/5
T.S. 0939: Lions Springs South
1977
38/6
T.S. 0940: Plum Creek Lumber – Boles Creek
1977-1978
38/7
T.S. 0941: Dale Sheets – Peason Creek Sale
1977-1978
38/8
T.S. 0942:Veneers – Star Meadow Sale
1977-1979
38/9
T.S. 0943: Plum Creek – Horse Hill Sale
1977
38/10
T.S. 0944: Louisiana Pacific Corp. – Dog Creek #2
1977
38/11
T.S. 0945: Western Cedar Products – Lubrecht Experimental
1977
38/12
T.S. 0946: Evans Products – Dirty Ike/Don Creek
1977
38/13
T.S. 0947: Plum Creek Lumber – Lower Stillwater Lake
1977-1978
38/14
T.S. 0948: Ernie Learn – Hot Springs
1977-1978
38/15
T.S. 0949: Clark Fork Logging – Calico Creek
1977-1978
38/16
T.S. 0950: Plum Creek Lumber – Meadow Ridge
1977-1980
38/17
T.S. 0951: Plum Creek Lumber – Antice Salvage #6
1976-1978
38/18
T.S. 0952: William Knudson and Wallace Sutton – Antice Salvage #7
1977-1978
38/19
T.S. 0953: Louisiana Pacific – Balknap Sale
1977-1979
38/20
T.S. 0954: Samuel Greg – River Bend
1977-1979
38/21
T.S. 0955: Idaho Pole Co. – Moran Creek
1978-1979
38/22
T.S. 0956:Plum Creek Lumber – Trail Creek
1978-1979
38/23
T.S. 0957: Plum Creek Lumber – Hornet Creek
1977-1978
38/24
T.S. 0958: Stoltze – Winona Ridge East
1978-1980
39/1
T.S. 0959: Westmoreland Resources – Sarpy Creek
1978-1979
39/2
T.S. 0960: Rickner Forest Products – Alaska Bench Timber Sale
1978
39/3
T.S. 0961: St. Regis – Indian Creek
1977-1979
39/4
T.S. 0962: Veneers Inc. – North Island Lake Sale
1978-1979
39/5
T.S. 0963:Norman Nolan – Dog Lake
1978-1979
39/6
T.S. 0964: Lance Log Hauling – Spring Hill
1979
39/7
T.S. 0965: Midnight Harvesting, Tim Thayer – Tarkio Flats
1978-1980
39/8
T.S. 0966: Robert Roper – Jones Lake
1978-1979
39/9
T.S. 0967: Plum Creek – Doney Lake Sale
1978-1981
39/10
T.S. 0968: Plum Creek – Redemption Ridge
1977-1980
39/11
T.S. 0969: Louisiana Pacific Corp. – Mud Flats Sale
1979-1980
39/12
T.S. 0970: Donald Pluid – Olney Sale #1
1979-1980
39/13
T.S. 0971: Mike Linstead – 30 Mile Salvage
1979-1980
39/14
T.S. 0972: Artie T. Burk – Spring Creek #2
1979-1980
39/15
T.S. 0973: Champion Timberlands – Big Hole Pass Sale
1979-1980
39/16
T.S. 0974: David Sheets – Lost Horse
1979-1980
39/17
T.S. 0975: St. Regis Paper – Barnum Creek Sale
1979-1981
39/18
T.S. 0976: Louisiana Pacific – Soup Creek
1979-1981
39/19
T.S. 0977: Champion International – Shoup Lake
1979-1981
40/1
T.S. 0978: Plum Creek International – Slocum Creek Sale
1979-1981
40/2
T.S. 0979: Plum Creek International – Cottonwood Creek
1979-1981
40/3
T.S. 0980: Wallace Jordt – McGregor Lake
1979-1980
40/4
T.S. 0981: Plum Creek Lumber – Bison Creek
1979-1981
40/5
T.S. 0982: Leonard Davis – St. Regis Dump Timber
1978-1980
40/6
T.S. 0983: LaVern Bolstad – Witney Springs Sale
1978-1980
40/7
T.S. 0984: Wally Jordt – Rollins Sale
1979-1980
40/8
T.S. 0985: Louisiana Pacific Corp. – Winona South
1979-1980
40/9
T.S. 0986: Louisiana Pacific Corp. – Coal Ridge #2
1979-1982
40/10
T.S. 0987: Tamarack Sale – Scale Report
1979
40/11
T.S. 0988: Leland Shaw – Ward Creek Sale
1979-1981
40/12
T.S. 0990: Plum Creek – South Lost Creek Sale
1979
40/13
T.S. 0991: Montana Pole and Treating Plant – Lincoln Gulch B-1
1979-1980
40/14
T.S. 0992: American Timber Co. – Olney #2
1980-1981
40/15
T.S. 0993:Kuhns Corner – Fish and Game – Norman Miller
1980
40/16
T.S. 0994: Plum Creek Lumber – Lower Martin Camp
1980-1981
41/1
T.S. 0995: Missoula White Pine Sash – Lynch Creek Sale
1980
41/2
T.S. 0996: American Timber - Lower Stillwater Lake West
1980-1982
41/3
T.S. 0997: St. Regis Timber Co. – Deep Creek Sale
1980-1982
41/4
T.S. 0998: St. Regis Paper – Davis Mountain Sale
1980-1982
41/5
T.S. 0999: Owens and Hurst Lumber – Greater Wolf Creek Sale
1980-1982
41/6
T.S. 1000: LaVern Bolstad – Big Prairie Sale
1980-1981
41/7
T.S. 1001: W-I Forest Products – Pleasant Valley
1980-1982
41/8
T.S. 1002: Plum Creek – Upper McGinnis Creek
1980
41/9
T.S. 1003: George B. Anderson – Lincoln Gulch Sale
1980-1981
41/10
T.S. 1004: Champion Timberlands – Belmont Sale
1979-1982
41/11
T.S. 1005: American Timber – Spring Creek South Sale
1980
41/12
T.S. 1006: C and J Logging – Game Range Sale
1980
41/13
T.S. 1007: C and J Logging – Johnson Creek
1980-1981
41/14
T.S. 1008:W-I Forest Products – Little Rock Sale
1981-1982
42/1
T.S. 1009: LaVern Bolstad – South Bench Sale
1981-1984
42/2
T.S. 1010: Plum Creek Lumber – Bitterroot Lake Sale
1981-1982
42/3
T.S. 1011: Idaho Pole – Bear Canyon Sale
1981
42/4
T.S. 1012: Louisiana Pacific – Lower Soup Creek
1981-1982
42/5
T.S. 1013: George B. Anderson – Cozy Corner Sale
1981-1983
42/6
T.S. 1014: American Timber Co. – Evers Creek
1981-1983
42/7
T.S. 1015: George Anderson – Lincoln Gulch B-2
1981
42/8
T.S. 1020: Plum Creek – Lower Whitetail Sale
1981-1985
42/9
T.S. 1020: Plum Creek – Lower Whitetail Sale
1981-1985
42/10
T.S. 1021: Hot Springs – Burk Hill Sale
1981-1982
42/11
T.S. 1026: Plum Creek – South Bull Lake Sale
1982-1984
42/12
T.S. 1027: Two Brothers Logging - Coyote Mountain Sale
1982-1984
42/13
T.S. 1028: Plum Creek – Pine Prairie #2
1982-1985
43/1
T.S. 1029: Flathead Lumber – Herrig Basin
1982-1984
43/2
T.S. 1030: Canyon Logging – Stryker Basin
1982-1984
43/3
T.S. 1031: Canyon Logging – North Johnson Sale
1982-1984
43/4
T.S. 1032: John Kuipens – Carter Hill Classified Grazing
1982-1984
43/5
T.S. 1033: Rausch – Six Mile Sale
1982
43/6
T.S. 1034: C and J Logging – Morrison Peak
1982-1984
44/15
Closed letter permits
FY 1985
44/16
Preliminary environmental review
undated
44/17
Closed domestic and commercial wood permits
FY 1985
44/18
T.P. 12,092: Lewis Hills, Jr.
1986-1987
44/19
TP 12,091: W.W. Boehler
1986
44/20
TP 12,090: Chet Brown and Sons, Inc.
1986
44/21
TP 12,089: Tony Porazzo
1986
44/22
TP 12,088: Greg Holder
1986
44/23
TP 12,087: Cooper Logging
1986
44/24
TP 12,086: Pegi Lakey
1986
44/25
TP 12,085: Joseph Johnson
1987
44/26
TP 12,084: J and C Logging
1986
44/27
TP 12,083: Clarence Johnson
1986
44/28
TP 12,082: David Oliver
1986
44/29
TP 12,081: Tom Finch
1986
44/30
TP 12,080: Donna Marvel
1986
44/31
TP 12,079: Harvey Tyler
1986
44/32
TP 12,078: Mike Gawlik
1986
44/33
TP 12,077: Melvin Black
1986
44/34
TP 12,075: Tom Finch
1986
44/35
TP 12,071: Joseph Johnson
1986
44/36
TP 12,070: Robert Bates
1986
44/37
TP 12,068: Camp Bighorn
1986
44/38
TP 12,067: J and C Logging
1986
44/39
TP 12,066: Duane Davisson
1986
44/40
TP 12,064: Warren Williams
1986
44/41
TP 12,063: Arlie Burk
1986
44/42
TP 12,062: Harvey Enterprises, Inc.
1986
44/43
TP 12,060: David Evenson
1987
44/44
TP 12,059: Kenneth Ness
1986
44/45
TP 12,058: Denny Haack
1986
44/46
TP 12,057: Dan Richardson
1986
44/47
TP 12,055: Bothman Logging
1986
44/48
TP 12,054: Bill Brown
1986
44/49
TP 12,052: Jerry Gould
1986
44/50
TP 12,051: Elden Marvel
1986
44/51
TP 12,050: Raymond Amdahl
1986
44/52
TP 12,049: Don Robinson
1986
44/53
TP 12,048: Steve Geibel
1986
44/54
TP 12,047: Tom Corl
1986
44/55
TP 12,046: Ed Stoken
1986
44/56
TP: 12,045: Robert Peterson
1986
44/57
TP 12,044: Knudsen Logging
1986
44/58
TP 12,043: Bill Norton
1986
44/59
TP 12,042: Jim Walter
1986
44/60
TP 12,041: Noel Kiser
1986
44/61
TP 12,040: Charles R. Baker
1986
44/62
TP 12,038: Bill Knudsen
1986
44/63
TP 12,037: Greg Holder
1986
44/64
TP 12,036: Bill Nolen
1986
44/65
TP 12,035: Greg Holder
1986
44/66
TP 12,033: Marvin Moe
1987
44/67
TP 12,032: Stan Willette
1986
44/68
TP 12,031: Pegi Lakey
1986
44/69
TP 12,030: FBN Enterprises
1986
44/70
TP 12,029: Rich Breitenbach
1985
44/71
TP 12,028: Jim Williams
1985
44/72
TP 12,027: Ed Stoken
1986
44/73
TP 12,026: Donna Marvel
1986
44/74
TP 12,025: Orval Bothman
1985
44/75
TP 12,019: Frank Hart
1986
44/76
TP 12,016: Q. Woirheye and M. Pringle Lubrecht
1986
44/77
TP 12,015: Arley A. Adams: Classified grazing
1986
44/78
TP 12,014: Earl Nettleton: classified grazing
1986
44/79
TP 12,013: Ron Munson: classified
1986
44/80
TP 12,012: Jim Klessens
1985
44/81
TP 12,011: David Schussler (Victory Development)
1985
44/82
TP 12,010: Ted Beavon
1988
44/83
TP 12,008: Al Kington: classified
1986
44/84
TP 12,007: Jack Jakovac
1985
44/85
TP 12,006: Frank Hart
1985
44/86
TP 12,005: Roy Metcalf
1985
44/87
TP 12,003: John Evans
1985
44/88
TP 12,002: Don Swan
1985
44/89
TP 11,999: Ray Geldrich
1985
44/90
TP 11,998: Pegi Lakey
1985
44/91
TP 11,997: Ed Stoken
1985
44/92
TP 11,995: J and C Logging
1986
44/93
TP 11,994: Raymond Geldrich
1986
44/94
TP 11,993: Don Pluid
1985
44/95
TP 11,992: Warren Williams
1986
44/96
TP 11,991: Kenneth Cripps
1985
44/97
TP 11,990: Raymond Geldrich
1985
44/98
TP 11,989: Charles Baker
1985
44/99
TP 11,988: Clarence Johnson
1985
44/100
TP 11,987: Ed Stoken
1985
44/101
TP 11,986: Howard Dickinson
1985
44/102
TP 11,985: Tony Parrazzo
1985
44/103
TP 11,984: J.A.M. Logging
1987
44/104
TP 11,983: Fred Marjerrison
1985
44/105
TP 11,982: Russ Kilpatrick
1986
44/106
TP 11,981: John Lipinski
1985
44/107
TP 11,980: Bill Knudsen
1986
44/108
TP 11,979: Fred Marjerrison
1985
44/109
TP 11,978: Jack Nichols
1985
44/110
TP 11,977: Marlowe Bruch CWP
1985
44/111
TP 11,976: Warren Chapman
1985
44/112
TP 11,975: Bill Chalgren
1987
44/113
TP 11,974: Eldon Marvel
1985
44/114
TP 11,973: Poe Asphalt
1985
44/115
TP 11,972: Poe Asphalt
1985
44/116
TP 11,971: Duane and Dan McBride
1985
44/117
TP 11,969: Bryan Hall
1985
44/118
TP 11,968: Jack Nichols
1987
44/119
TP 11,967: Ernie Learn
1985
44/120
TP 11,965: Dave Evenson
1985
44/121
TP 11,964: Paul Jackson
1985
44/122
TP 11,962: Tony Parrazzo
1985
44/123
TP 11,960: Larry Linnell
1985
44/124
TP 11,959: Scott Ross
1985
44/125
TP 11,958: Dick Haaglund
1985
44/126
TP 11,957: 2 B’s Logging McKay Creek Bid
1985
44/127
TP 11,955: Harvey Enterprises
1986
44/128
TP 11,954: J.A.M. Logging
1985
44/129
TP 11,953: David Evenson
1985
44/130
TP 11,952: Lewis Hills, Jr.
1986
44/131
TP 11,950: Warren Williams
1985
44/132
TP 11,949: Ben Palaniuk
1985
44/133
TP 11,948: Roger L. Eaton
1985
44/134
TP 11,946: Dean Piper
1985
44/135
TP 11,945: John Mosher
1985
44/136
TP 11,944: Donna Marvel
1985
44/137
TP 11,943: Dean Piper
1985
44/138
TP 11,939: George Barce
1985
44/139
TP 11,938: Les Saari
1985
44/140
TP 11,937: Fred Marjerrison
1985
44/141
TP 11,936: NWLO, Department of State Lands
1985
44/142
TP 11,935: Tim Burnett
1985
44/143
TP 11,934: Rocky Gress
1985
44/144
TP 11,932: Howard Page
1985
44/145
TP 11,931: Chapel Brothers
1985
45/1
TP 11,929: Harold W. Winslow Gopher Inn Salvage #2
1985
45/2
TP 11,928: Dean Piper
1985
45/3
TP 11,927: Kelly Galloway Metcalf Road Salvage
1985
45/4
TP 11,926: Logging System’s Inc.
1985
45/5
TP 11,925: Dick Willey: classified grazing
1985
45/6
TP 11,924: Frank Hart
1985
45/7
TP 11,923: George DeMers
1986
45/8
TP 11,922: Wallace Jordt and Sons: classified grazing
1985
45/9
TP 11,921: Wallace Jordt and Sons: classified grazing
1985
45/10
TP 11,919: George DeMers
1986
45/11
TP 11,916: Tim Devine
1985
45/12
TP 11,915: B-2 Pole Co.
1985
45/13
TP 11,914: Timberline Sawmill: classified grazing
1985
45/14
TP 11,913: Darryld Kautzmann: classified grazing
1985
45/15
TP 11,912: Wallace Jordt and Sons: classified grazing
1985
45/16
TP 11,911: Jim Neta: classified grazing
1987
45/17
TP 11,910: H.J. Brand
1985
45/18
TP 11,909: James Klessons: classified grazing
1986
45/19
TP 11,908: Dee Burns: classified grazing
1986
45/20
TP 11,907: Terry Thorpe MT Forest Management
1984
45/21
TP 11,906: Frank Hart
1984
45/22
TP 11,905: Brian Schaefer
1984
45/23
TP 11,903: Dave and Caroline Spencer
1984
45/24
TP 11,902: Robert Tibeault
1984
45/25
TP 11,901: Gil Fandrich
1984
45/26
TP 11,900: Dean Piper
1985
45/27
TP 11,887: Pegi Lakey
1984
45/28
TP 11,886: Dean Piper
1984
45/29
TP 11,885: Vernon Thomen, Sr.
1985
45/30
TP 11,884: Gary Hills
1984
45/31
TP 11,883: Dean Piper
1984
45/32
TP 11,882: Pegi Lakey
1984
45/33
TP 11,881: Dean Piper
1984
45/34
TP 11,880: Dean Piper
1984
45/35
TP 11,878: Irvin Miller
1985
45/36
TP 11,877: Warren Williams
1985
45/37
TP 11,876: Harold W. Winslow
1984
45/38
TP 11,875: Pegi Lakey
1984
45/39
TP 11,873: Joe Swartzenberger
1986
45/40
TP 11,872: Tim Wyant
1984
45/41
TP 11,871: Pegi Lakey
1984
45/42
TP 11,870: Ed Stoken
1984
45/43
TP 11,869: Kenneth Cripps
1984
45/44
TP 11,868: Kenneth Cripps
1984
45/45
TP 11,867: Fritz Wipplinger
1984
45/46
TP 11,866: Pegi Lakey
1984
45/47
TP 11,865: Harold Winslow Logging
1984
45/48
TP 11,864: Gary Hills
1984
45/49
TP 11,863: RBM Logging Squeezer Creek
1984
45/50
TP 11,862: Louis Hutton
1985
45/51-52
Closed timber permits (letter)
Fiscal year 1989,1990,1991
45/53
TP 13,485: Phillip Jaquith
1995
45/54
TP 13,484: Horse Prairie Livestock
1996
45/55
TP 13,483: Warren Whitmer
1995
45/56
TP 13,482: Mike Stosich
1995
45/57
TP 13,481: Ellison Logging
1994
45/58
TP 13,480: Pete Hoffman
1994
45/59
TP 13,479: Nathan Old Dwarf
1994
45/60
TP 13,478: Gene Bradbury
1994
45/61
TP 13,476: Charles Kirkpatrick
1994
45/62
TP 13,474: David Voldberg
1996
45/63
TP 13,473: Vincent Goes Ahead, Sr.
1994
45/64
TP 13,475: Reuben DeCrane
1994
45/65
TP 13,472: Brand S
1994
45/66
TP 13,471: Doug Mote
1994
45/67
TP 13,470: Don Lager
1995
45/68
TP 13,469: D and G Lumber
1994
45/69
TP 13,468: Brand S Lumber
1994
45/70
TP 13,467: Alan Conover
1994
45/71
TP 13,466: Fergus Co. Conservation District
1993
45/72
TP 13,465: Richard Greene
1993
45/73
TP 13,464: Charles Croff
1993
45/74
TP 13,463: C.R. Kendall Exploration
1994
45/75
TP 13,462: Bill Wellborn
1993
45/76
TP 13,461: John Anderson
1993
45/77
TP 13,460: John Hanson
1995
45/78
TP 13,459: Pete Hoffman
1993
45/79
TP 13,458: Channis Whiteman
1994
45/80
TP 13,457: Gary Quigg
1994
45/81
TP 13,456: Rick Greenlee
1993
45/82
TP 13,455: Steven Ausen
1993
45/83
TP 13,454: Donald Tibke
1994
45/84
TP 13,453: D and G Lumber (Glen Hargrove)
1993
45/85
TP 13,452: Doug Esp
1993
45/86
TP 13,451: Sunlight Ranch Co. (Little Horn Ranch)
1993
45/87
TP 13,450: Sunlight Ranch Co. (Little Horn Ranch)
1993
45/88
TP 13,449: Lance Sanders
1993
45/89
TP 13,448: Bud Goss
1993
45/90
TP 13,447: Lumber Enterprises, Inc.
1993
45/91
TP 13,446: Dale Tysver
1992
45/92
TP 13,445: Pyramid Mountain Lumber, Inc.: classified grazing
1992
45/93
TP 13,444: Sealey Sawmill c/o Lawrence Sealey
1994
45/94
TP 13,443: Allen Nygren
1992
45/95
TP 13,442: Wendell Cooper
1992
45/96
TP 13,441: Asarco Troy Unit
1995
45/97
TP 13,440: Allen Ginn
1995
45/98
TP 13,439: Geoff Bohrnsen
1995
45/99
TP 13,438: Calvin Ruark
1995
45/100
TP 13,437: Guy Clatterbuck
1995
45/101
TP 13,436: Missoula White Pine Sash
1994
45/102
TP 13,435: Pfendler Post and Pole
1994
45/103
TP 13,434: David Comer
1995
45/104
TP 13,433: Ronald Dishman
1995
45/105
TP 13,432: Roger Hober
1995
45/106
TP 13,431: Don Ross
1994
45/107
TP 13,430: Scott Adler
1994
45/108
TP 13,429: Scott Adler (MT Rd and Tree)
1994
45/109
TP 13,428: Leland DenBoer
1996
45/110
TP 13,427: Ted Winderl
1995
45/111
TP 13,426: Lubrecht Experimental Forest
1994
45/112
TP 13,425: Guy Clatterbuck
1997
45/113
TP 13,424: Spooner Construction and Tree Service, Inc.
1994
45/114
TP 13,423: Roger Hober
1995
45/115
TP 13,422: Larry Menard
1994
45/116
TP 13,421: Trudy Ruark
1993
45/117
TP 13,420: Don Ross
1994
45/118
TP 13,419: Missoula White Pine Sash
1993
45/119
TP 13,418: Leland DenBoer
1994
45/120
TP 13,477: Geary Boggio
1994
45/121
TP 13,417: Calvin Ruark
1994
45/122
TP 13,416: Ray Bryant
1993
45/123
TP 13,414: Calvin Ruark
1994
45/124
TP 13,413: Darby Lumber, Inc.
1993
45/125
TP 13,412: Wayne Cahoon
1994
45/126
TP 13,411: Plum Creek Manufacturing
1993
45/127
TP 13,410: Eldon Rammell
1993
45/128
TP 13,409: Missoula White Pine Sash
1993
45/129
TP 13,408: Riverside Contracting, Inc.
1995
45/130
TP 13,407: Champion Timberlands
1995
45/131
TP 13,406: Leo Fleming
1994
45/132
TP 13,405: Dave Coultas
1993
45/133
TP 13,404: Larry Menard
1993
45/134
TP 13,403: Trudy Ruark
1993
45/135
TP 13,402: Ray Dunbar
1995
45/136
TP 13,401: Tony Caldwell
1994
45/137
TP 13,400: Reed Brown
1992
45/138
TP 13,399: George Madden
1992
45/139
TP 13,398: Pfendler Post and Pole
1992
45/140
TP 13,397: Reed Brown
1992
45/141
TP 13,396: Chuck Aherns
1992
45/142
TP 13,395: Scott and Svellen McFerran
1992
45/143
TP 13,394: Jaylund Rammell
1993
45/144
TP 13,393: Larry Menard
1992
45/145
TP 13,392: George McGuire
1992
45/146
TP 13,391: Bud Spurlock
1993
45/147
TP 13,390: R-Y Timber
1992
45/148
TP 13,389: Silvertip Logging Richard Hill
1993
45/149
TP 13,387: John Hanson
1993
45/150
TP 13,386: David Muth
1992
45/151
TP 13,385: Ed Collins
1992
45/152
TP 13,384: Gerry Thompson and Jeff Wells
1994
45/153
TP 13,383: Wendell Cooper
1992
45/154
TP 13,382: Pyramid Lumber
1992
45/155
TP 13,381: Tri-River Lumber Co.
1992
45/156
TP 13,380: Louie Stiles
1992
45/157
TP 13,379: Tri-River Lumber Co.
1992
45/158
TP 13,378: Brand S Corp.
1993
45/159
TP 13,377: Brand S Lumber Company
1992
45/160
TP 13,376: Wendell Cooper
1992
45/161
TP 13,375: Grady Ranch Company
1991
45/162
TP 13,374: Biotech Environmental J.L. Halverstadt
1993
45/163
TP 13,373: Mike Stosich
1992
45/164
TP 13,372: Charles Croff
1991
45/165
TP 13,371: Charlie Hanson
1995
45/166
TP 13,370: Sam Smith
1991
45/167
TP 13,369: All Timber Materials Donald Dapont
1991
45/168
TP 13,368: Richard Luoma
1992
45/169
TP 13,367: R-Y Timber
1992
45/170
TP 12,697: Rocky Mountain Diversified
1996
45/171
TP 12,686: Clarence Johnson Single Buck Logging
1997
45/172
TP 12,682: Steve Caldbeck
1997
45/173
TP 12,637: Steve Caldbeck
1998
45/174
TP 12,635: Luckow Logging
1998
45/175
TP 12,633: Ken Merten
1998
45/176
TP 12,631: Bothman Logging
1998
45/177
TP 12,624: RBM Lumber
1998
46/1
TP 12,623: Luckow Logging
1998
46/2
TP 12,616: Bothman Logging
1998
46/3
TP 12,607: Wakefield and Lacy Logging
1998
46/4
TP 12,605: Plum Creek
1997
46/5
TP 12,604: Quiram Logging, Inc. Floyd Quiram
1998
46/6
TP 12,603: Ken Merten
1998
46/7
TP 12,601: Bothman Logging
1997
46/8
TP 12,597: Steve Caldbeck
1997
46/9
TP 12,594: Ralph Quilling
1997
46/10
TP 12,593: Bothman Logging
1997
46/11
TP 12,590: Plum Creek
1997
46/12
TP 12,589: Tony Hulett
1997
46/13
TP 12,588: Steve Caldbeck
1997
46/14
TP 12,580: J and N Harvesting
1997
46/15
TP 12,573: North Valley Sportsman Club Shooting Range
1997
46/16
TP 12,572: Steve Caldbeck
1997
46/17
TP 12,570: George Brown
1997
46/18
TP 12,537: MT Timberline Inc.
1997
46/19-26
Burnt Bridge T.S. Lawsuit (SWLO) Sec. 36, T14N-R17W
1992-1993
46/27-32
TS 1342: Middle Soup T.S. Lawsuit 9/5/97
1992-1994
46/33-35
TS 1260: Tom Miner T.S. Lawsuit 11/23/93
1991-1993
46/36
Sheep vs. Sheep Lawsuit (L3060518 and L3060911) (SWLO)
1992-1996
46/37-39
Old Growth Lawsuit (Swan Valley) Friends of Wild Swan vs. State 12/28/2000
2000-2001
47/1
Receipt ledgers, timber sales and permits
1915-1924
47/2
Receipt ledgers, State Forest Department
1922-1927
47/3
Sawtimber cut by counties
FY 1967
47/4
Analysis of timber sold on State Forest lands
FY 1968
47/5
Sawtimber cut by counties
FY 1968
47/6
Sawtimber cut by counties
FY 1969
47/7
Sawtimber cut by counties
FY 1970
47/8
Timber sales and permits; sawtimber cut by county
FY 1971
47/9
Timber sales and permits; sawtimber cut by county
FY 1972
47/10
Timber sales and permits; sawtimber cut
FY 1973
47/11
Timber sales and permits; sawtimber cut
FY 1974
47/12
Timber sales and permits; sawtimber cut
FY 1975
47/13
Timber sales and permits; sawtimber cut
FY 1976
47/14
Timber sales and permits; sawtimber cut
FY 1977
47/15
Timber sales and permits; sawtimber cut
FY 1978
47/16
Burn/slash reports
1980-1982
47/17
Timber permits and sales, brush disposal, timber stand improvement, general fund, licenses and leases
FY 1986
48
Timber sales and timber permit ledgers
1979-1983, 1985-1987
49/1-3
OF1 (Operation Fee)
1965-1983
49/4
OF2 (Operation Fees)
1965-1982
49/5
OF3 (Subsistence)
1964-1970, 1975-1982
49/6-7
Use and Payment Records (list of licenses granted): L-1099 – L-2840
1946-1970
49/8
Payment Records (Transfer of Title)
1956-1969
49/9
Portable Sawmill Licenses
1955-1960
49/10
Timber sale bids
1950-1960
49/11
Master Control Cards
1965-1970, 1975-1976
49/12
Brush Disposal: Trespass
1963-1964
49/13
Brush Disposal: 56
1978-1979
49/14
Brush Disposal: L-2684
1978-1980
49/15
Brush Disposal: T.S. 0680-0793
1956-1964
49/16
Brush Disposal: T.S. 0794-0840
1964-1973
49/17
Brush Disposal: T.S. 0841-0920
1969-1977
49/18
Brush Disposal: T.S. 0921-0981
1979-1981
49/19
Brush Disposal: T.S. 0982-1025
1980-1983
49/20
Brush Disposal: T.P. 9200-9435
1960-1967
49/21
Brush Disposal: T.P. 9400-10,139
1965-1971
49/22
Brush Disposal: T.P. 10,140-10,673
1970-1979
49/23
Brush Disposal: T.P. 10,688-10,970
1976-1983
49/24
Brush Disposal: T.P. 10,972-11,309
1978-1982
49/25
Brush Disposal: T.P. 11,310-11,507
1981-1983
49/26
Brush Disposal: T.P. 11,511-11,634
1982-1984
49/27
Brush Disposal: T.P. 11,637-11,808
1983-1984
Miscellany
Box/Folder
43/7-8
013.7: Build Montana (includes Council on Science and Technology, Forestry Subcommittee)
1984
43/9
013.8: Governor’s Council on Management (committees, councils, and forums)
1982
43/10
021: Attorney General (State vs. U.S. Government Island on Yellowstone River Sec. 17, T4N-R55E)
1969-1971
43/11-12
021.1: Attorney General’s opinions
1926-1990
43/13
061: Minutes/agenda (Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force—WSLFTF)
1990-1991
43/14-15
061.9: General correspondence (Western States Legislative Forestry Task Force—WSLFTF)
1980-1990
43/16
035.2: Program Plans (production and final—DSL)
1983-1993
43/17
General correspondence (organization of Department of State Lands)
1986-1989
44/1
832: Correspondence/general (Federal Emergency Management Act—FEMA)
1975-1984
44/2
894: The timber supply situation in western Montana (an overview, Missoula Economic Development Corporation—MEDC)
1988
44/3
894: Correspondence (Missoula Economic Development Corporation—MEDC)
1987-1992
44/4
893: Renewable Resources Extension Act—RREA (Resource Conservation Advisory Committee—RCAC)
1982-1987
44/5
87: Correspondence (Montana Association of Conservation Districts—MACD)
1987-1991
44/6
86: Correspondence (Council of Western State Foresters)
1986-1989
44/7
852.4: Montana Eastside Forest Study (Eastside Forest Practices Committee)
1978
44/8
852.4: Correspondence (East Side Forest Practices Committee)
1982-1987
44/9
Historical lecture and information; drought response
1967, 1987, undated
44/10
Woodland Management Plan for Cunningham-Keane
1982
44/11
Fire cooperation (slash disposal)
1946-1947
44/12
Battelle Study
1958
44/13
Informational fliers (survival, etc.)
undated
44/14
Correspondence found with VHS tape (MM 84:1)
undated

Montana Forestry Division (continued at 21:11-2)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Miscellany
Box/Folder
17 / 33
Christmas tree permits, cutting summaries, etc. (512.82, 537.2)
1938-1962
17 / 34
Christmas tree summaries
1948-1950
Vol / 4
Cutover lands record of brush disposal and regeneration
1920s
17 / 35
Employee lists
1955-1962
17 / 36
Employees' annual meeting minutes (169)
1954
17 / 37
Fire suppression operating plans (101)
1979-1983
17 / 38
Fire team training school manual
1966
17 / 39
Forest fire assessment manual
1971
17 / 40
Forest land administrative manual
1959
17 / 41
Forest land classification forms
1955
17 / 42
Information requests (068, 592)
1957-1982
17 / 43
Job descriptions
1955
Vol / 5-7
Land evaluation sheets (arranged by township)
1920s- 1950s
18 / 1-7
Land examination reports (arranged by township)
1922-1926
18 / 8
Land rental regulations
1926
18 / 9
Land use permits for fire lookouts (103)
undated
18 / 10
Law enforcement manual
undated
18 / 11
List of artifacts transferred to Museum
undated
18 / 12-21
Mine reclamation plans reviewed by State Forester
1972-1973
Volume
Vol. 8
Montana Land Exchange field report sheets
1914
Box/Folder
18 / 22
Planer mills list
1950
18 / 23-26
Preliminary Environmental Review (PER) on timber sale projects (016.7)
1977-1980
19 / 1-2
Preliminary Environmental Review (PER) on timber sale projects (016.7)
1981
19 / 3
Radio and television announcements (646)
1960-1971
19 / 4
School children's thank-you notes
1973
19 / 5
Special use permits
1934-1961
19 / 6
State and county officials
1956-1963
19 / 7-8
State land lists (513, 392)
1941,1958
19 / 9
State laws pertaining to forestry
1925,undated
19 / 10
Survey form for state agency information report by University of Montana Bureau of Economic Research (85-UofM)
1968
19 / 11
Timber appraisal guides (512.4)
1962-1963
19 / 12-28
Timber estimate sheets (arranged by township)
1922-1950
20 / 1-4
Timber estimate sheets (arranged by township)
1922-1941
20 / 5-10
Timber examiners' sectional pocket record books (arranged by township)
1922-1927
20 / 11
Timber permit applications on agricultural and grazing land
1930-1932
20 / 12
Timber permit lists
1923-1948
20 / 13
Timber permit summaries
1948-1949
20 / 14-28
Timber permits
1896-1938
21 / 1-12
Timber permits: A
1935-1986
21 / 13-14
Timber permits: A (new series)
1950-1955
21 / 15-16
Timber permits: B (dead down timber, free firewood)
1924-1950
21 / 17
Timber sale lists
1924,1948
21 / 18
Timber sale operations (summaries)
1955
21 / 19-20
Timber sale statistics (59.1, 82-USFS, 82-IFRES)
1952-1975
21 / 21
Timber sale summaries (513.11, 518.31)
1948-1962
21 / 22
Timber sale supervision (includes statistical summaries for Kalispell and Missoula districts)
1944-1953
21 / 23
Timber sale work load reports
1955-1956
21 / 24-28
Timber sales
1920-1955
22 / 1-4
Timber sales
1954-1974
Volume
Vol. 9
Timber survey and sales record
1920s
Box/Folder
22 / 5
Western Pine Association price lists (512.41)
1961-1962
Clippings
Box/Folder
22 / 6-7
Clippings
1949-1968

Montana State Board of Forestry Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Minutes
Box/Folder
22 / 8
Minutes
1947,1951-1955,1962

Civilian Conservation Corps / Emergency Conservation Work Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
22 / 9
Miscellaneous
1934
Legal Documents
Box/Folder
22 / 10
Right-of-way deeds with Northern Pacific Railway Company for Whitetail Road and Woodward Creek Road
1936
Maps
Box/Folder
22 / 11
Maps of ECW and CCC camps in Region One
1937-1940
Press Releases
Box/Folder
22 / 12
Press releases
1937-1938
Printed Material
Box/Folder
22 / 13-20
Circulars
1933-1942
22 / 21
Circulars: safety
1937-1940
22 / 22-24
"Civilian Conservation Corps Handbook, Region One"
1942
22 / 25
"Civilian Conservation Corps Safety Regulations"
1938
22 / 26
"E.C.W. Courses Used in Personnel Training, Region One"
1934
22 / 27
"Handbook for Emergency Conservation Work, Revised May 1935"
1935
23 / 1
"Instructions for Care and Use of Rock Drills and Drill Steel"
undated
23 / 2
"Instructions for Civilian Conservation Corps Camps Periodic Reports, Region One"
1941
23 / 3
"Instructions for Construction of Truck Trains, Region One"
1934
23 / 4
"Instructions for NIRA and ECW Timekeepers, Flathead National Forest"
1935
23 / 5
"Monthly Safety Bulletin" (scattered issues)
1937-1941
23 / 6
"Road Construction Handbook, Region One" (revised)
1935
23 / 7
"State Emergency Relief Amended Instructions"
1934
Reports
Box/Folder
23 / 8
Safety statistics reports
1937-1942
Subject Files
Box/Folder
23 / 9
Camp F-48 Bigfork Spike Camp fire suppression reports
1937-1938
23 / 10
Camp S-201 Stillwater State Forest, Olney
1933,1935
23 / 11-14
Camp S-205 Stillwater State Forest, Olney (includes road construction plans, time reports, weekly employment reports)
1934
23 / 15-20
Camp S-206 Goat Creek (includes fire suppression reports, road construction plans, weekly employment reports)
1935-1938
23 / 21-23
Camp S-207 Olney (includes fire suppression reports, road construction plans, weekly employment reports)
1935-1938
23 / 24-34
Camp S-208 Stryker Ridge (includes fire suppression reports, road construction plans, weekly employment reports)
1939-1942
Miscellany
Box/Folder
23 / 35
Information request for proposed history of Civilian Conservation Corps by Perry H. Merrill
1980
23 / 36
"Logs cut on CCC Road Right-of-way"
1937

Forest Lands Advisory Commission Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Reports
Box/Folder
24 / 1
Report to Governor
1945
Miscellany
Box/Folder
24 / 2
"Materials assembled for Forest Land Advisory Commission by Rutledge Parker, Secretary and State Forester"
1944

Montana Rural Fire Fighters Service Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
General Correspondence
Box/Folder
24 / 3-5
District and local coordinators
1944-1947
24 / 6
Rutledge Parker, State Forester
1944-1946
24 / 7
Miscellaneous
1944-1946
Financial Records
Box/Folder
24 / 8
Budget, expenses, etc.
1944-1946
Legal Documents
Box/Folder
24 / 9
Agreements with Soil Conservation Service
1942-1946
24 / 10
Cooperative agreements with counties, Office of Civil Defense, et al.
1942-1944
Minutes
Box/Folder
24 / 11
Minutes and correspondence re meetings
1942-1945
Organization
Box/Folder
24 / 12
Organizational report
1943
24 / 13
Miscellaneous (includes organization of district and local coordinators)
1943-1946
Printed Material
Box/Folder
24 / 14
Circulars, pamphlets, etc.
1942-1943
24 / 15
"Rural Fire Flashes" (newsletter)
1947-1959
24 / 16
Statewide Rural Fire Plan
1968
Reports
Box/Folder
24 / 17-18
Annual reports
1944-1955
24 / 19
Fire reports
1946, 1951-1952
24 / 20
Monthly reports
1950-1960
Speeches
Box/Folder
24 / 21
Speeches by Walter J. Derrick re Service, its programs, and its history
1942-1945
Subject File
Box/Folder
24 / 22-25
Cooperation with Cooperative Extension Service
1942-1946
24 / 26
Training
1943-1945
24 / 26
Legislation
1944-1945
Miscellany
Box/Folder
24 / 28
Outlines for organizing volunteer fire departments and legal fire districts
1956-1957
24 / 29
Press materials
1942-1958

Appendix Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Miscellany
Box/Folder
25 / 1-5
File codes
1956-1971
Maps
Box/Folder
Ov1 / 1
Land condition classes: Helena National Forest
undated
Ov1 / 2-5
Land ownership plats: Deer Lodge, Gallatin, Granite, and Jefferson counties
1930s- 1950s
Ov2 / 1-3
Land ownership plats: Lake, Lewis and Clark, and Lincoln counties (includes cabin lots on Flathead and Swan lakes)
1930s- 1950s
Ov3 / 1-7
Land ownership plats: Madison, Mineral, Missoula, Park, Powell, Ravalli, and Sanders counties
1930s- 1950s
Volume
Vol. 1
Cooperative forest protection areas
1923-1924
Vol. 2
Land classification
circa 1925
Vol. 3
Land status
1920s- 1950s

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Air--Pollution
  • Christmas tree growing
  • Civil defense
  • Conservation of natural resources
  • Earthquakes
  • Fire fighters
  • Fire prevention
  • Fire protection districts
  • Forest fires
  • Forest management
  • Grazing leases
  • Insect pests--Control
  • Land tenure
  • Lumber trade
  • Mountain pine beetle
  • Nuclear warfare
  • Pesticides
  • Reclamation of land
  • Smokey bear
  • Soil conservation districts
  • Spruce budworm
  • State forests
  • Watershed management
  • World War II
  • Geographical Names :
  • Bighorn Canyon (Mont. and Wyo.)
  • Bitterroot River Valley (Mont.)
  • Buffalo Creek Grazing District (Mont.)
  • Clearwater State Forest (Mont.)
  • Columbia River Basin
  • Deer Lodge County (Mont.)
  • Flathead Indian Reservation (Mont.)
  • Flathead Lake (Mont.)
  • Flathead River Valley (B.C. and Mont.)
  • Fort Missoula (Mont.)
  • Gallatin County (Mont.)
  • Glacier National Park (Mont.)
  • Goat Creek (Mont.)
  • Granite County (Mont.)
  • Jefferson County (Mont.)
  • Lewis and Clark County (Mont.)
  • Lincoln County (Mont.)
  • Madison County (Mont.)
  • Mineral County (Mont.)
  • Missoula County (Mont.)
  • Park County (Mont.)
  • Powell County (Mont.)
  • Ravalli County (Mont.)
  • Sanders County (Mont.)
  • Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness (Mont.)
  • Smith River (Mont.)
  • Swan Lake (Mont.)