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Arnold Arneson lived from 1885 to 1957 and worked as a forest ranger in the Tieton district of Washington (State).
The collection includes Arneson's official diaries, which report on his work as a forest ranger in the Tieton district in Washington, including such matters as trail building, fire fighting, timber sales, inspecting, and office work. Diaries span from 1922-1931 and 1941-1947. Also included is one folder of miscellaneous papers from 1920 to 1928 concering ranger duties.
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[Identification of item], Arnold Arneson Papers, Ax 105, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.