Holway R. Jones papers, 1927-1986  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Jones, Holway R.
Title
Holway R. Jones papers
Dates
1927-1986 (inclusive)
Quantity
9.0 linear feet, (21 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 226
Summary
Holway R. Jones was a prominent leader of the conservation movement in the Pacific Northwest from 1963, when he moved to Oregon, until his death in 1986. Jones was a librarian but he spent much of his time working on conservation issues. He served on the Sierra Club’s Board of Directors, 1973-1976, was chairman of the Publications Committee, 1974-1976, and of the National Wilderness Committee, 1972-1974, 1976-1978. Jones was one of the early advocates of the Oregon Wilderness Coalition, serving as its president 1976-1978, and served in other conservation groups in the Pacific Northwest. This collection is in fact only a section of Jones’s papers. Those files pertaining to his career as a librarian and his activities in the field of urban planning were donated separately to the University of Oregon Special Collections & University Archives. Represented in the papers described in this inventory are Jones’s activities in the many national and local conservation organizations in which he participated. It should be noted also that the Jones papers contain papers that originated in the files of other conservation leaders, including Karl Onthank, Ted Snyder, and Richard Noyes.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SCUA
1299 University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Holly Jones, as he was known in California and throughout the Pacific Northwest, was a librarian by profession but his passion was conservation and love of the land. Born in New Orleans, October 11, 1922, Holway Roy Jones received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of California, Berkeley, and it was there he began his career as a city and urban planning librarian. It was in California, too, that he experienced his first taste of the wilderness when he backpacked into Sequoia National Park’s Kaweah country in 1942. Three years later he joined the Sierra Club, and participated in one of the club’s early float trips down the Yampa and Green rivers. Almost every summer in the years after that time, he and his wife and their two sons shared wilderness experiences in different parts of the west.

Jones’s early wilderness experiences in California provided the impetus for his research for his master’s thesis which culminated in his book, John Muir and the Sierra Club; the Battle for Yosemite, published by the Sierra Club in 1965.

It was the Sierra Club, in which he became a national leader, which gave focus to his conservation efforts. He served on its Board of Directors, 1973-1976, was chairman of the Publications Committee, 1974-1976, and of the National Wilderness Committee, 1972-1974, 1976-1978. During his tenure with the NWC he became the major player in the fight to save French Pete, conservationists’ long but finally successful effort to stop the logging of the French Pete Valley drainage, which had been removed from the Three Sisters Wilderness in 1957.

Jones was one of the early advocates of the Oregon Wilderness Coalition, serving as its president 1976-78, and he was active in many other organizations including the Wilderness Society, Friends of the Earth, North Cascades Conservation Council, Oregon Environmental Council and the Friends of the Three Sisters Wilderness, as well as being an officer and leader of the Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Sierra Club.

No biographical sketch, as such, appears in the Jones Papers, but brief biographical information contained in an affidavit dated [May 8, 1972] was drawn upon for this account, as were two standard biographical dictionaries of librarianship.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The papers described in this inventory document Jones’s activities in the many national and local conservation organizations in which he participated. It should be noted also that this collection contains papers which originated in the files of other conservation leaders. For example, the early material on the Three Sisters Wilderness probably came from the files of Karl Onthank (collection no. Ax 356), and much of the correspondence in Box 12, the French Pete Files (O), is from the papers of Richard Noyes, who, like Onthank, was another University of Oregon professor vitally interested in conservation. When Jones became the chairman of the Sierra Club’s National Wilderness Committee for the second time he apparently inherited the files of Ted Snyder, who chaired the committee for a time between Jones’s two terms as chairman (see 14/23-44). Box 10 contains files of John Patt, Jr., who was Middle Santiam Wilderness Coordinator, Oregon Chapter, Sierra Club, 1980, and Wilderness Chairman of the Oregon Chapter, Sierra Club, 1982-83.

The present arrangement of the papers represents a compromise arrived at in an attempt to restore original order to files which were rearranged and otherwise disturbed in packing to come to Special Collections. Files thus restored in arranging the collections are marked (R). Papers that arrived at Special Collections in their original file folders, or which were together in envelopes, were kept together in folders marked (O), and were given whatever title appeared on the original folder or envelope. This has resulted in some instances where two or more folders with different titles are obviously on the same subject, as for example Box 10/18 and 19, or Box 10/17 and 20.

Papers that did not seem to fall into either the (O) or (R) categories were arranged in a general correspondence file at the beginning of the collection. This series, designated Correspondence in this inventory, was deemed of primary importance and is arranged first in the collection. In general, an attempt was made to arrange the remaining series in descending degree of importance from beginning to the end of the collection, and within each series to arrange the material chronologically.

The attempted compromise of a collection arranged partially by chronology and partially by subject, in original or recreated order, has resulted in anomalies of which the researcher must be aware. Information relating to an organization can often be found elsewhere apart from the regular series heading. Examples of this would include: Three Sisters Wilderness, see also 9/21 and 29; Outings Committee, see also 9/30; National Wilderness Committee, see also 10/7 and 22; or Sierra club, Board of Directors, see also 10/34-36. Other examples of this exist, and researchers should examine the entire inventory for any given topic.

In part the anomalies noted above can be explained by knowing that Jones often filed copies of the same document in several different files. He also kept many duplicates, as many as possible of which were sorted out of the papers. None of which explains other seeming irregularities in the papers. These include almost no correspondence for 1975 in the National Wilderness Committee series, or the Three Sisters Wilderness material not being filed separately after 1972.

Jones’s research files (R), US Department of the Interior, National Park Service, 18/2-22 appear to be copies from record groups held in the Federal Records Center, San Francisco.

Perhaps the only “celebrity” letter in the collection is a carbon letter, apparently signed by Ansel Adams, September 15, 1960.

Holway R. Jones was a prominent leader of the conservation movement in the Pacific Northwest from 1963, when he moved to Oregon, until his death in 1986. His papers, studied in conjunction with the Karl Onthank Papers, collection Ax 356, Special Collections, University of Oregon, and the Brock Evans Papers, University of Washington, will provide researchers with an unparalleled look at the inner workings of national and local conservation organizations in this region.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Holway R. Jones Papers, Coll 226, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

InventoryReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 1, Folder 1

Series I:  CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 2
Correspondence
1927, 1930, 1948
1 3
Correspondence
1951-1955
1 4
Correspondence
1956-1958
1 5
Correspondence
January 1959-April 1959
1 6
Correspondence
May 1959-December 1959
1 7
Correspondence
January 1960-March 1960
1 8
Correspondence
April 1960
1 9
Correspondence
May 1960-July 1960
1 10
Correspondence
August 1960-September 1960
1 11
Correspondence
October 1960-November 1960
1 12
Correspondence
December 1960-January 1961
1 13
Correspondence
February 1961-July 1961
1 14
Correspondence
August 1961-December 1961
1 15
Correspondence
1962
1 16
Correspondence
1963-1964
1 17
Correspondence
January 1965-October 1965
1 18
Correspondence
November 1965-December 1965
1 19
Correspondence
January 1966-August 1966
1 20
Correspondence
September 1966-October 1966
1 21
Correspondence
November 1966-December 1966
1 22
Correspondence
January 1967-March 1967
1 23
Correspondence
April 1967-September 1967
1 24
Correspondence
October 1967-December 1967
1 25
Correspondence
January 1968-April 1968
1 26
Correspondence
May 1968-September 1968
1 27
Correspondence
October 2, 1968-October 17, 1968
1 28
Correspondence
October 18, 1968-December 31, 1968
1 29
Correspondence
January 1969-February 1969
1 30
Correspondence
March 1969-May 1969
2 1
Correspondence
June 1969-September 1969
2 2
Correspondence
October 1969-December 1969
2 3
Correspondence
January 1970-March 1970
2 4
Correspondence
April 1970-June 1970
2 5
Correspondence
July 1970-September 1970
2 6
Correspondence
October 1970-December 1970
2 7
Correspondence
[1970]
2 8
Correspondence
January 1971-February 1971
2 9
Correspondence
March 1971-April 1971
2 10
Correspondence
May 1971-June 1971
2 11
Correspondence
June 1971
2 12
Correspondence
August 1971-September 1971
2 13
Correspondence
October 1971-November 1971
2 14
Correspondence
December 1971
2 15
Correspondence
[1971]
2 16
Correspondence
January 1972
2 17
Correspondence
February 1, 1972-February 14, 1972
2 18
Correspondence
February 15, 1972-February 29, 1972
2 19
Correspondence
March 1, 1972-March 14, 1972
2 20
Correspondence
March 16, 1972-March 30, 1972
2 21
Correspondence
April 1, 1972-April 15, 1972
2 22
Correspondence
April 17, 1972-April 31, 1972
2 23
Correspondence
May 1972
2 24
Correspondence
June 1, 1972-June 15, 1972
2 25
Correspondence
June 16, 1972-June 30, 1972
2 26
Correspondence
July 1972
3 1
Correspondence
August 1972
3 2
Correspondence
September 1, 1972-September 15, 1972
3 3
Correspondence
September 16, 1972-September 30, 1972
3 4
Correspondence
October 1972
3 5
Correspondence
November 1, 1972-November 7, 1972
3 6
Correspondence
November 8, 1972-November 26, 1972
3 7
Correspondence
December 1972
3 8
Correspondence
[1972]
3 9
Correspondence
[1972]
3 10
Correspondence
January 1, 1973-January 14, 1973
3 11
Correspondence
January 15, 1973-January 27, 1973
3 12
Correspondence
January 28, 1973-January 31, 1973
3 13
Correspondence
Febraury 1973
3 14
Correspondence
March 1, 1973-March 17, 1973
3 15
Correspondence
March 18, 1973-March 31, 1973
3 16
Correspondence
April 1, 1973-April 15, 1973
3 17
Correspondence
April 16, 1973-April 30, 1973
3 18
Correspondence
May 1973
3 19
Correspondence
June 1, 1973-June 19, 1973
3 20
Correspondence
June 21, 1973-June 30, 1973
3 21
Correspondence
July 1, 1973-July 25, 1973
3 22
Correspondence
July 26, 1973-July 31, 1973
3 23
Correspondence
August 1973
3 24
Correspondence
September 1973
4 1
Correspondence
October 1973
4 2
Correspondence
November 1973-December 1973
4 3
Correspondence
[1973]
4 4
Correspondence
[1973]
4 5
Correspondence
[1973]
4 6
Correspondence
January 1974
4 7
Correspondence
February 1974
4 8
Correspondence
March 2, 1974-March 14, 1974
4 9
Correspondence
March 15, 1974-March 31, 1974
4 10
Correspondence
April 1, 1974-April 19, 1974
4 11
Correspondence
April 20, 1974-April 30, 1974
4 12
Correspondence
May 1974
4 13
Correspondence
June 1974
4 14
Correspondence
July 1974
4 15
Correspondence
August 1974
4 16
Correspondence
September 1974
4 17
Correspondence
October 1974
4 18
Correspondence
November 1974
4 19
Correspondence
December 1974
4 20
Correspondence
[1974]
4 21
Correspondence
January 1975
4 22
Correspondence
February 1975
4 23
Correspondence
March 2, 1975-March 20, 1975
4 24
Correspondence
March 21, 1975-April 14, 1975
5 1
Correspondence
April 15, 1975-April 30, 1975
5 2
Correspondence
May 1975
5 3
Correspondence
June 1975-July 1975
5 4
Correspondence
August 1975
5 5
Correspondence
September 1975
5 6
Correspondence
October 1975
5 7
Correspondence
November 4, 1975-December 8, 1975
5 8
Correspondence
December 9, 1975-December 30, 1975
5 9
Correspondence
[1975]
5 10
Correspondence
January 1976-February 1976
5 11
Correspondence
March 1, 1976-March 25, 1976
5 12
Correspondence
March 26, 1976-May 1976
5 13
Correspondence
June 1976-July 1976
5 14
Correspondence
August 1976-September 1976
5 15
Correspondence
October 1976-November 1976
5 16
Correspondence
December 1976
6 1
Correspondence
May 1977
6 2
Correspondence
June 1977
6 3
Correspondence
July 1, 1977-July 14, 1977
6 4
Correspondence
July 15, 1977-July 29, 1977
6 5
Correspondence
August 1977
6 6
Correspondence
September 1977
6 7
Correspondence
October 1977
6 8
Correspondence
November 1977
6 9
Correspondence
December 1977
6 10
Correspondence
[1977]
6 11
Correspondence
[1977]
6 12
Correspondence
January 1978
6 13
Correspondence
February 1978
6 14
Correspondence
March 1978
6 15
Correspondence
April 1978-May 1978
6 16
Correspondence
June 1978-August 1978
6 17
Correspondence
September 1978-November 1978
6 18
Correspondence
December 1978
6 19
Correspondence
January 1979-February 1979
6 20
Correspondence
March 1979-May 1979
6 21
Correspondence
June 1979-July 1979
6 22
Correspondence
July 6, 1979
6 23
Correspondence
July 6, 1979
6 24
Correspondence
August 1979-December 1979
7 1
Correspondence
[1979]
7 2
Correspondence
[1979]
7 3
Correspondence
January 1980-June 1980
7 4
Correspondence
July 1980-December 1980
7 5
Correspondence
January 1981-April 1981
7 6
Correspondence
May 1981-December 1981
7 7
Correspondence
January 1982-August 1982
7 8
Correspondence
September 1982-December 1982
7 9
Correspondence
January 1983-February 1983
7 10
Correspondence
March 1983-July 1983
7 11
Correspondence
August 1983
7 12
Correspondence
September 1983-December 1983
7 13
Correspondence
January 1984-May 1984
7 14
Correspondence
June 1984-December 1984
7 15
Correspondence
[1984]
7 16
Correspondence
1985-1986 undated

Series II:  VolumesReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
Sierra Club - General
Box Folder
7 17
Policy guide
1959
7 18
Policy positions
1975
7 19
Conservation policy guide and regional policy supplement
Conservation policy guide
1970-1972
Regional policy supplement
February 1972-June 1973
Sierra Club - Board of Directors
Box Folder
7 20
Minutes
December 5, 1959-December 6, 1959
7 20
Minutes
February 6, 1960-February 7, 1960
7 21
Minutes
February 3, 1962-February 4, 1962
7 22
Information binder
1975
7 23
Budget committee binder, Part I
1975
7 24
Budget committee binder, Part II
1975
8 1
Reference materials binder, Part I
1975
8 2
Reference materials binder, Part II
1975
8 3
Budget committee binder
1976
8 4
Sierra Club Bulletin, Index
1950-1976
8 5
Library committee, Minutes
September 24, 1959-March 7, 1960
8 6
Mountaineering Committee, Annual report
1964
8 7
Wilderness Classification Study committee, Report
January 1972
Sierra Club - Pacific Northwest Chapter
Box Folder
8 8
Executive Committee, Minutes
1954-1964
8 9
Executive Committee, Minutes
September 8, 1969
8 10
Record of Motions and Resolutions Passed; Index of Motions and Resolutions Passed
1954-1968
8 11
Administrative and Conservation Policy Manual
[February 1973]
8 12
Administrative and Conservation Policy Manual
[January 27, 1974]
8 13
Critique and Analysis of the USDA Draft Environmental Statement, Region Six
April 18, 1973

Series III:  Files (O)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
8 14
Forest Service - Region 1, Northern Region
1937
8 15
Sky Lakes Study Project
1955-1971
8 16
San Rafael Wilderness
1959-1968
8 17
Oregon Cascades National Park
1959-1969
8 18
Oregon Volcanic National Park (Proposal)
1960-1969
8 19
Wallowa-Whitman National Forest,
1961-1976
8 20
Wilderness Classification
1962-1967
8 21
Waldo Lake
1963-1966
8 22
Oregon Cascades National Park
1963-1967
8 23
Management of Wilderness
1963-1973
9 1
Forest Service, Region 6
1964-1973
9 2
Trails
1965-1966
9 3
Siuslaw National Forest
1965-1972
9 4
Willamette Greenway
1966-1967
9 5
Olympic National Park
1966-1968
9 6
Public Lands Law Review Commission
1967
9 7
Three Arch Rocks and Oregon Islands Wildlife Refuge
1967
9 8
Trails
1967-1969
9 9
Timber Industry, Public Relations
1968-1970
9 10
"Back Country" concept
1968-1973
9 11
De Facto Wilderness (Roadless Inventory)
1968-1974
9 12
Deschutes National forest, Part I
1969-1982
9 13
Deschutes National forest, Part II
1969-1982
9 14
Willamette National Forest, Part I
1969-1981
9 15
Willamette National Forest, Part II
1969-1981
9 16
Willamette National Forest, Part III
1969-1981
9 17
Willamette National Forest, Part IV
1969-1981
9 18
Wilderness Review Process
1970-1971
9 19
McKenzie Guardians
1970-1972
9 20
Wilderness Classification Study Committee
1970-1972
9 21
Pumice Claim, Three Sisters Wilderness
1970-1974
9 22
Alaska Wilderness
1971
9 23
Forest Service Budget Procedures
1971
9 24
Steens Mountain Recreation Proposal (BLM)
1971
9 25
Willamette National Forest, 5-year Sale Plan, Part I
1971
9 26
Willamette National Forest, 5-year Sale Plan, Part II
1971
9 27
Forest Service, Region 5, California
1971-1972
9 28
Gifford Pinchot National Forest
1971-1972
9 29
Mining, Rock Mesa, Three Sisters
1971-1972
9 30
Outings Committee Wilderness Impact Study
1971-1972
9 31
Red Creek
1971-1972
10 1
Rogue River National Forest
1971-1975
10 2
Umpqua National Forest, Part I
1971-1979
10 3
Umpqua National Forest, Part II
1971-1979
10 4
Siskiyou National Forest, Part I
1971-1980
10 5
Siskiyou National Forest, Part II
1971-1980
10 6
Oregon Wilderness Committee, Study Kit Sheet
April 1972
10 7
Wilderness committee, Notes for Minutes
September 16, 1972
10 8
Butte Fork Drainage - Rogue River National Forest
1972
10 9
Forest Service, Region 2, Rocky Mt. Region
1972
10 10
Forest Service, Region 4, Intermountain
1972
10 11
Mt. Baker National forest
1972
10 12
Olympia National Forest
1972
10 13
Okanogan National Forest
1972
10 14
Snoqualmie National Forest
1972
10 15
Wenatchee National Forest
1972
10 16
Wilderness Boundary Buffer and Survey Problems
1972
10 17
Wilderness Education Workshops
1972
10 18
Wilderness Permit System
1972
10 19
Wilderness Use Permits
1972
10 20
Wilderness Workshops
1972
10 21
Malheur National Forest
1972-1973
10 22
Sierra Club, Wilderness Committee, Budget
1972-1973
10 23
Wilderness Committee Survey/Study Trips
1972-1973
10 24
Winema National Forest
1972-1973
10 25
Calopooya Divide
1972-1974
10 26
Fremont National Forest
1972-1976
10 27
Umatilla National Forest
1972-1976
10 28
Ochoco National Forest
1972-1977
10 29
Wild Areas (Eastern), Part I
1972-1973
10 30
Wild Areas (Eastern), Part II
1972-1973
10 31
Wild Areas (Eastern), Part III
1972-1973
10 32
Mt. Hood National Forest
1972-1978
10 33
Wilderness Area Study
1973
10 34
Sierra Club, Board of Directors, Approval of Minutes, Meeting
December 7, 1974-December 8, 1974
10 35
Sierra Club, Board of Directors, Approval of Minutes, Meeting
December 7, 1974-December 9, 1974
10 36
Sierra Club, Board of Directors, Treasurer's Report (Finances)
1974-1975
10 37
Wilderness Management in the Sierras
1975-1976
10 38
Wilderness Management - Basic Mountaineering, Training Courses Controversy
1976

Series IV:  Files of John Patt, Jr.Return to Top

John Patt, Jr.Patt, John
Series comprises two subseries of subject files arranged in alphabetical order by folder title.
Container(s) Description
Box Folder
11
First Alphabet
Box Folder
11 1
Badger Creek
11 2
Boulder Creek
11 3
Bridge Creek
11 4
Chucksney Mountains
11 5
Coast Creek
11 6
Coleman Rim
11 7
Columbia Gorge
11 8
Diamond-Thielsen Eagle Cap Additions
11 9
Fairview Peak
11 10
Fremont Rims
11 11
Gearheart Mt. Additions
11 12
Glacier Monument
11 13
Grand Ronde Headwaters
11 14
Joseph Canyon
11 15
Kalmiopsis
11 16
Lookout Mountain
11 17
McLennen Mt.
11 18
Mill Creek
11 19
Mt. Emily
11 20
Mt. Jefferson Additions
11 21
Mt. Washington
11 22
Mountain Lakes Addition
11 23
Murderers Creek
11 24
North Warner
11 25
Ochoco Canyons
11 26
Old Cascades
11 27
Roaring River
11 28
Rogue Umpqua Divide
11 29
Sky Lakes
11 30
Strawberry Mtn. Additions
11 31
Table Rock
11 32
Wapiti
11 33
Wassen Creek
Second Alphabet
Box Folder
11 34
Address: National Forests
11 35
BLM Wilderness
11 36
Correspondence, Rec’d
11 37
Correspondence
11 38
Geothermal
11 39
Grassy Knolls (Copper Mtn.)
11 40
Hardesty Mountain
11 41
Hidden
11 42
Meetings: Agenda and Minutes
11 43
Middle Santiam
11 44
Miscellaneous
11 45
Mt. Hood Additions
11 46
North Fork John Day
11 47
North Fork Umatilla
11 48
Red Buttes
11 49
Salmon-Huckleberry
11 50
Sweet Home Ranger District
11 51
Three Sisters Addition
11 52
Wilderness Area Lists
11 53
Wilderness Committee
11 54
Wilderness/Employment Fact Sheet
11 55
Wilderness Policy Statement
11 56
Wilderness Proposed Boundaries
11 57
Wilderness Proposed Developments

Series V:  Files (R)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
11 58
Three Sisters Primitive Area
1935-1969
11 59
Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Part I
1956-1977
11 60
Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Part II
1956-1977
11 61
Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Part III
1956-1977
11 62
Waldo Lake Wild Area
1959-1961
11 63
Scenic Waterways
1968-1971
11 64
Outdoors Unlimited
1968-1972
11 65
Scenic Waterway, Hearing, Sweet Home, OR
November 17, 1971
11 66
Crater Lake Wilderness
1971-1975
11 67
Federal Aid Highway Act
1972
11 68
Olympia National Forest
1973
11 69
Preparation for Hearing Testimony
1972
11 70
Point Reyes, CA
1974
11 71
Weather Modification
1974
11 72
Alaska Task Force
1974-1976
11 73
Sierra Club National Committee, Evaluation Questionnaire
February 1975
11 74
Checkerboard Inholdings, CA
1975
11 75
Wilderness Timber Sales
1975
11 76
Hearing on S. 1384, Grants Pass, OR
October 25, 1976
11 77
Endangered American Wilderness Act of 1976 (Sierra Club, Agenda Item #5)
1976
11 78
Sierra Club Wilderness Policy (Copy masters)
February 28, 1977
11 79
Hearing on H.R. 3454, Washington, DC (Copy masters)
February 28, 1977
11 80
National Wilderness Preservation System, Statistical Comparison (Copy masters)
February 22, 1977
11 81
Strawberry Mountain Additions Profile
April 1977
11 82
Plan for Reorganization of Sierra Club
1978
12 1
RARE II
1978, 1979
12 2
Diamond-Thielsen, 96th Congress, Hearings, Senate (Copy master)
July 6, 1979
12 3
Three Sisters Wilderness Mining Claims Lawsuit
1979
12 4
Diamond-Thielsen Wilderness
1979-1982
12 5
Margo Timber Sale
1980
12 6
Sierra Club, Oregon Chapter, Policy guide
1983

Series VI:  French PeteReturn to Top

Richard Noyes
Container(s) Description Dates
Box
12
Correspondence
Box Folder
12 7
Correspondence
1962-June 1968
12 8
Correspondence
October 1968-December 1968
12 9
Correspondence
January 1969-May 1969
12 10
Correspondence
June 1969-December 1969
12 11
Correspondence
January 1970-August 1970
12 12
Correspondence
September 1970-December 1970
12 13
Correspondence
January 1971-June 1971
12 14
Correspondence
July 1971-August 1971
12 15
Correspondence
September 1971-December 1971
12 16
Correspondence
January 1972-April 1972
12 17
Correspondence
May 1972-August 1972
12 18
Correspondence
September 1972-October 1972
12 19
Correspondence
November 1972-December 1972
12 20
Correspondence
1973
12 21
Correspondence
1974-1976
12 22
Correspondence
1977-1978
Files (O)
Box Folder
12 23
Articles and Releases
1968
12 24
Correspondence, Gordon Murphy
1968
12 25
Consultant, Public Lands Law Review
1968
12 26
James L. Bagley
1968
12 27
Save French Pete Committee Questions
1968
12 28
Tom Lawler
1968
12 29
Save French Pete Committee - Differences with US Forest Service Plans
[1968]
12 30
Society of American Foresters, Willamette Chapter, Press release
[1968]
12 31
Correspondence, H. R. Jones
1968-1969
12 32
Mosquito Creek Sale
1968-1969
12 33
US Forest Service, Region 6
1968-1969
12 34
Correspondence, Brock Evans
1968-1970
12 35
Correspondence, Edith Green
1968-1970
12 36
Correspondence, John Dellenback
1968-1970
13 1
Save French Pete Committee, Reports
1968-1970
13 2
US Forest Service Materials
1968-1970
13 3
US Forest Service, Willamette National Forest
1968-1970
13 4
Newspaper clippings and photographs
1968-1971
13 5
US Dept. of Agriculture, Meeting
July 7, 1969
13 6
Legal Aspects
1969
13 7
Correspondence, Mark Hatfield
1969-1970
13 8
US Dept. of Agriculture
1969-1970
13 9
US Forest Service, Washington, DC
1969-1970
13 10
Anthony Netboy
1970
13 11
Garnett E. Cannon
1970
Volumes
Box Folder
13 12
French Pete Valley in the Oregon Cascades
[January 1968]
13 13
Management Plan for the French Pete Drainage
[June 28, 1968]
13 14
Wildlife Section - French Pete Creek Task Force
[1968]
13 15
Decision of the Forest Supervisor, French Pete Creek Controversy
[June 25, 1969]
13 16
French Pete - Questions and Answers
September 27, 1972
13 17
Save French Pete
[1973]
13 18
Access Alternatives for Timber Management Puposes, French Pete Creek Drainage
[1973]
13 19
Politics and Persuasion: A Case Study of French Pete Creek, by John W. Sewell
1975

Series VII:  Sierra Club - National Wilderness CommitteeReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 13

Container(s) Description Dates
Box
13
Correspondence
Box Folder
13 20
Correspondence
1968-1972
13 21
Correspondence
January 1973-October 1973
13 22
Correspondence
November 1973-December 1973
13 24
Correspondence
May 1974-June 1974
13 25
Correspondence
July 1974-December 1974
13 26
Correspondence
1975
13 27
Correspondence
January 1976-August 1976
13 28
Correspondence
September 1976-December 1976
13 29
Correspondence
January 1977-February 1977
13 30
Correspondence
March 1977-April 1977
13 31
Correspondence
June 1977-July 1977
13 32
Correspondence
August 1977-September 1977
13 33
Correspondence
October 1977-December 1977
13 34
Correspondence
1978
14
Files (O) National Forests
Box Folder
14 1
Angeles
14 2
Eldorado
14 3
California
14 4
Cleveland
14 5
Inyo
14 6
Klamath
14 7
Lassen
14 8
Los Padres
14 9
Mendocino
14 10
Modoc
14 11
Plumas
14 12
San Bernardino
14 13
Sequoia
14 14
Shasta
14 15
Sierra
14 16
Six Rivers
14 17
Stanislaus
14 18
Tahee
14 19
Trinity
Files (R)
Box Folder
14 20
Harvey, Dorothy, Report on Roadless Areas in the Uinta Mountain Range, Utah...
February 11, 1974
14 21
National Wilderness Committee, Meeting, Agenda items, #2-15
February 18, 1977-February 21, 1977
14 22
National Wilderness Committee, Meeting, Agenda items, #8
February 18, 1977-February 21, 1977
Files (R) Ted Snyder
Ted Snyder
Box Folder
14 23
Wilderniess Committee Members and Committee Policy
1972-1976
14 24
National Wilderness Committee, Meeting
November 3, 1973
14 25
Hunting
1973-1975
14 26
Roadless Review
1973-1976
14 27
Weather Modification
1973-1976
14 28
Hiking Huts in the Wilderness
January 1974-April 1974
14 29
National Wilderness Committee, Meeting
October 26, 1974
14 30
Wilderness Pamphlets
1974
14 31
Montana Wilderness Projects
1974-1975
14 32
Wilderness Handbook
1974-1975
14 33
Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge
1974-1976
14 34
National Wilderness Committee, Budget
1974-1976
14 35
National Wilderness Committee, Chairman's correspondence
1974-1976
14 36
Regional Coordinator
1974-1976
14 37
National Wilderness Committee, Meeting
April 26, 1975
14 38
National Wilderness Committee, Meeting
October 25, 1975
14 39
Legislative Priorities
1975
14 40
Mt. Taylor, NM
1975
14 41
Tongass National Forest, AK, Proposal
1975
14 42
Bristol Cliffs, VT
1975-1976
14 43
National Wilderness Committee, Collected Documents for Meeting
March 26, 1976
14 44
Omnibus De Facto Wilderness
1976
Volumes
Box Folder
14 45
Codification of Sierra Club Wilderness Policy (including Index to Wilderness Committee, 1972-1976)
1946-January 1977
14 46
Sierra Club, National Wilderness Committee, Minutes of Meetings
1971 to [1977]
14 47
Oregon Areas Proposed for Wilderness in the 95th Congress
14 48
[National Wilderness Committee, Miscellaneous notes]
[ca. 1977]
15 1
The National Wilderness Preservation System: Statistical Comparisons...by Holway R. Jones for the Hearing Record on the Endangered American Wilderness Act, H.R. 3454
February 28, 1977

Series VIII:  Oregon Wilderness CommitteeReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Files (R)
Correspondence
Box Folder
15 2
Correspondence
1971-1974
15 3
Correspondence
1975
15 4
Correspondence
January 1976-August 1976
15 5
Correspondence
September 1976-December 1976
15 6
Correspondence
1977
15 7
Correspondence
1978
15 8
Correspondence
1979
15 9
Correspondence
1980-1983
15 10
Newsletter
1974-1978
15 11
CETA Public Service Employees
1975-1978
15 12
Financial Fund Raising and Budgets
1975-1979
Volumes
Box Folder
15 13
Priority Wilderness Study Areas
March 1973
15 14
[Miscellaneous volume] [Records, Vol. I ?]: Misc. Projects; Public Relations; Roadless Area; Legislation; Coord. Programs; Misc. correspondence
1975-1978
15 15
[Miscellaneous volume] Records, Vol. II: Balance Sheets; Fund Appeals; Monies Received; Staff Expenses; Accounts; Fund Raising
1974-1978
15 16
[Wilderness Leader Folder]
[ca. 1977]
15 17
Draft, Summary Report, The Oregon Alternatives
September 1978
15 18
The Wilderness and You
June 1, 1979
Friends of Three Sisters
Correspondence
Box Folder
15 19
Correspondence
1935 1955 - 1956
15 20
Correspondence
1957-1959 1962-1966
15 21
Correspondence
1967-1984 (scattered)
Volumes
Box Folder
15 22
[Photographs of newspaper clippings relating to proposed Three Sisters National Park]
15 23
[Management Plan for the Three Sisters Wilderness]
[ca. 1970]
Miscellaneous Volumes
Box Folder
15 24
Oregon Cascades Conservation Council, Original Proposal (May 1960); By-laws; Minutes of meetings [1960-1965]; The Oregon Cascades, 1960-1965
1960-1965
15 25
National Park System Plan Handbook

Series IX:  Sierra Club Outings CommitteeReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Files (R)
Box Folder
16 1
Crystal Range Circle, Knapsack
July 19, 1969
16 2
General Guidelines
1978-1983
16 3
Pacific Crest Trip
June 15, 1979
16 4
Northwest Regional Subcommittee of the Sierra Club Outings Committee
1978-1980
16 5
West Little Owyhee River Trip
June 22, 1980
16 6
Diamond-Thielsen Trip
July 4, 1980
16 7
Summit Lake Family Trip
July 28, 1980
16 8
Red Buttes Wilderness Trip
June 20, 1981
16 9
Three Sisters Wilderness Trip
August 21, 1982
16 10
Peublo Mountain Trip
June 25, 1984
16 11
Little Owyhee River Trip
July 2, 1984
16 12
Stehekin Valley Trip
September 9, 1984
Volumes
Box Folder
16 13
Commissary Guide
1972
16 14
Impact Study, Interim Report
June 1972
16 15
Leadership Manual
Manuscripts, Papers, Reports, etc.
Box Folder
16 16
Ashworth, William, Red Buttes: The Case for Wilderness...
16 17
Bultena, Gordon, et al., Conflict and Accommodation: Foresters and Perception
16 18
Coan, Gene, Life and Times of James Gordon Cooper...
16 19
Cohen, Michael B., John Muir's Pathless Way: The Ecological Consciousness...
16 20
Corkran, David, Talchako Wilderness Survey
16 21
Curry, Robert, Soil Destruction
16 22
Curry, Robert, What This Country Needs is a New Land Ethic
16 23
Devall, William, The Forest Service and Wilderness
16 24
Devall, William, John Muir as Deep Ecologist
16 25
Donofrio, John, The Rockefeller Purchase
16 26
Dunlap, Riley, and Richard P. Gale, Student Recruitment into the Environmental Movement
16 27
Fisher, Barry, Critique: Draft Environmental Impact Statement: Sierra Club, Wilderness Society, Natural Resources Defense Council, NCCC
April 1973
16 28
Foote, Jeffery, A Question of Purity
16 29
Forest Economy Council, Handbook [Cover title: Sierra Club - Kiss My Axe]
16 30
Gale, Richard, From Sit-In to Hike-In...
16 31
Gale, Richard, and Riley E. Dunlap, Attitudes of the University of Oregon Student Toward Environmental Issues
16 32
Grimm, Gary O., Union Outward Bound
16 33
Hendee, John, and Robert W. Harris, Foresters' Perception of Wilderness...
16 34
Hendee, John C. et al., Wilderness Management
17 1
Kapolczynski, Rose, and Gordon Rodda, The Wilderness Preservation Handbook
17 2
[No author], [Wilderness Handbook], Part I
17 3
[No author], [Wilderness Handbook], Part II
17 4
Key, Phil, et al., A Synopsis of Some Conservation Problems in Redwood Chapter
17 5
Kerr, Andy, et al., A Proposed Drift Creek Watershed Management Plan
17 6
Kutay, Kurt, Oregon Economic Impact Assessment...
April 1977
17 7
Love, R[oberta], History of the Eugene Power Committee
17 8
McCall, Tom, Task Force on Energy, Oregon's Energy Perspective
17 9
McClosky, J. Michael, A Proposal for a Mt. Jefferson Wilderness Area
17 10
McClosky, J. Michael, Labor and Environmentalism...
17 11
Margot Timber Sale, Environmental Assessment Report...
17 12
Martin, William B., Public Administration of Whitewater Recreation...
17 13
Mid-Willamette Valley Planning Council, Qualifying the Demand for Recreation Facilities
17 14
Mt. Hood Forest Study Group, Responses to the USFS Draft EIS on Roadless Areas
17 15
Onthank, Karl, The Status of De Facto Wilderness...
17 16
Pacific Northwest Research Center, The Timber Project
17 17
Rich, Amy, The Federal Government Should Shut Down and Decommission All Nuclear Power Facilities
17 18
Redwood National Park Forum, Compiled Addresses on the Redwood National Park Issue
17 19
Runte, Alfred, National Parks: The American Experience
17 20
Salo, Sarah Jenkins, Timber Concentration in the Pacific Northwest
17 21
Schaefer, Richard, and William Loehr, Regarding Relative Values of the Uncompahgre Primitive Area
17 22
Simpson, Paul B., How Much Timber Should We Cut?
17 23
Staloff, Steve, An Economic Analysis of Land Use Planning in a National Forest
17 24
Steinrock, George Frederic, The Economic Evaluation of Outdoor Recreation...Oregon Cascades National Park
17 25
Steinrock, George Frederic, Economic Study of a Proposed Cascades National Park
17 26
USDA, Environmental Statement, Selection of Proposed New Study Areas from Roadless and Undeveloped Areas with the National Forests, Draft
18 1
Wilderness Institute, University of Montana, Financial Proposal to the ...Sierra Club Foundation
18 2
[Wilderness Society], Wilderness Conservation Leader's Background Information Kit
18 3
Wilderness Studies Institute, University of Montana, Financial Proposal to the ...Sierra Club Foundation
18 4
Willamette Task Force, Report on the Willamette National Forest Draft Environmental Statement

Series X:  HRJ Research Files (R)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
National Park Service, Sequoia-Kings Canyon
Box Folder
18 5
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1920-1922
18 6
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1923
18 7
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1924
18 8
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1925
18 9
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1926
18 10
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1927-1929
18 11
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1930-1931
18 12
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1932-1934
18 13
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1935
18 14
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1936-1937
18 15
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
January 1938-March 15, 1938
18 16
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
March 17, 1938-May 1938
18 17
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
June 1938-December 1938
18 18
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
January 1939-February 1939
18 19
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
March 1939-April 1939
18 20
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
May 1939-December 1939
18 21
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1940
18 22
NPS Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1941-1949 1952-1954
18 23
Maps
18 24
National Park Service, Records Group Inventories
1961-1966
Sierra Club, Sequoia-Kings Canyon
Box Folder
18 25
Sierra Club, Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1897-1912
18 26
Sierra Club, Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1913-1914
18 27
Sierra Club, Sequoia-Kings Canyon Research File
1915-1939
18 28
Photocopies of various periodical articles, Part I
1897-1979
18 29
Photocopies of various periodical articles, Part II
1897-1979
18 30
Photocopies from several research libraries
1864 1904-1920
18 31
Photocopies from several research libraries
1921
19 1
Photocopies from several research libraries
1922-1924
19 2
Photocopies from several research libraries
1925-1939
19 3
Finding aid, Farquhar Papers, Bancroft Library
1960
19 4
Finding aid, Mather Papers, Bancroft Library
1960
19 5
Miscellaneous research notes, unsorted
19 6
Miscellaneous research notes, unsorted
19 7
Miscellaneous research notes, many on the Three Sisters area
19 8
"Encounters with the Archdruid," tearsheets from the New Yorker magazine of an article on David Brower, conservationist
1971
19 9
Basic Forestry Practices for Citizens, syllabus for course taught by Holway Jones at Lane Community College
19 10
Presentation of the Wilderness Coordinator Program to the Sierra Club, Board of Directors. Cassette
May 2, 1976
19 11
Maps
19 12
Photographs

Series XI:  Oregon Wilderness Coalition (OWC)Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
20 1
Walter S. Baring
1968
20 2
Miscellaneous environmental groups
1968-1979
20 3
Miscellaneous “Official”
1969-1978
20 4
Sierra Club
1973-1978
20 5
Miscellaneous
1974-1977
20 6
Jim Weaver
1976
20 7
Budget and fiscal crisis
1977-1979
20 8
John Ball
1978
20 9
Miscellaneous and conference
1978-1979
20 10
Miscellaneous
1978-1981
20 11
Paul Swatek
1979
20 12
Groundwork Inc.
1980-1981
20 13
Handwritten notes member lists
undated
20 14
Miscellaneous
1973-1976
20 15
Articles of incorporation
1974
20 16
Envelope, master copy OWC bylaws
1974
20 17
Envelope, master copies
1974-1976
20 18
Bylaws, important policy decisions
1974-1978
20 19
Handwritten notes
1976-1979
20 20
Folder, Wilderness Workshop
1976
20 21
Envelope, Master copy budget
1977-1979
20 22
Miscellaneous
1977-1981
20 23
Miscellaneous
1978-1982
20 24
Related Materials; Diamond-Thielsen Wilderness
undated
20 25
Related; maps, limited areas
undated
20 26
Related materials; maps, wilderness
undated
20 27
Related materials; Profile, French Pete Wilderness Area
undated
20 28
Related materials; Misc. profiles, maps (handwritten)
undated
20 29
Related materials; reprints
1978-1982
20 30
Related materials; Periodicals
1952-1978
20 31
Related materials; Proposal, Mt. Jefferson Wilderness Area
1966
20 32
Related materials; Proposal, Mt. Jefferson Wilderness Area
1966
20 33
Related materials; folder, Wilderness and Wildlife Refuge Bills for Oregon
1975
20 34
Related materials; Dave Brown, Independent Study Project
1976
20 35
Related materials; Oregon Roadless Areas
1976
20 36
Related materials; Envelope, master copy “Weaver” booklet
1976
20 37
Related materials; Envelope, master copy industry Diamond-Thielsen booklet
1977
20 38
Related materials; Management plan Mt. Jefferson Wilderness
1977
20 39
Related materials; preliminary data, protection of roadless areas on Oregon National Forests
1977
20 40
Related material; booklets, Bureau of Land Management
1978-1979
20 41
Related materials; envelope, master copy wilderness study Prospectus
1978
20 42
Related materials; Proposal, Boulder Creek Wilderness
1979
20 43
Related materials; Proposal, Roque-Umpqua Wilderness
1979
20 44
Related materials; Report, An Analysis of the RARE II Decision Process
1979
20 45
Related materials; Proposal, Eastern Siskiyous Management Act
1980
20 46
Related materials; Proposal, Roque-Umpqua Wilderness
1981
20 47
Related materials; Synopsis of 9th Circuit’s RARE II Decisions
1982
20 48
Volume I; Introduction and bylaws
undated
20 49
Volume I; History/Incorporation
undated
20 50
Volume I; Con./workshops
undated
20 51
Volume I; Tax structure and CETA
undated
20 52
Volume I; OWC foundation, G.P. memberships
undated
20 53
Volume I; Questionnaire and Reactions, Visibility Question, Grass Roots and Politics
undated
20 54
Volume II; Staff reports, policy and operations
1974-1976
20 55
Volume II; Staff reports, policy and operations
1977-1978
20 56
Volume II; 1st draft plan, program description, and maps
undated
20 57
Volume II; Program Status et. al.
undated
20 58
Volume II; 1978 cont., stuff reports: activities
1974-1978
20 59
Volume II; Job description and response et. al.
undated
20 60
Volume IIII; New letters
undated
20 61
Volume IV; Introduction to Vol. IV
20 62
Volume IV; Application, and environmental education project
undated
20 63
Volume IV; Personnel Policies et. al.
undated
20 64
Volume IV; applications; public service funding and CETA proposals
undated
20 65
Volume IV; applications, miscellaneous.
undated
20 66
Volume IV; budget
1977-1979
20 67
Volume IV; Application; federal assistance, Sierra proposal
undated
20 68
Volume IV; Club Program, Wetlands Project, applications
undated
20 69
Volume IV; application, YCCiP
undated
21 1
Volume IV; Minutes
1974-1975
21 2
Volume IV; Minutes
1976-1978
21 3
Volume IV; Policy summaries, agenda and announcements
undated
21 4
Volume IV; Budget projections
1974-1976
21 5
Volume IV; Budget projections
undated
21 6
Sierra Club; Misc. folder, western Washington membership lists
1970-1972
21 7
Sierra Club; Misc. envelope, masters regional committee
1972
21 8
Sierra Club; Misc.; folder, Conference
May 3, 1976-May 4, 1976
21 9
Sierra Club; Misc.; folder, Conference
May 5, 1976-May 6, 1976
21 10
Sierra Club; Misc.; pamphlet, annual report
1972
21 11
Sierra Club; volume, memorandums
1974-1976
21 12
Sierra Club; miscellaneous
1973
21 13
Sierra Club; Oregon Forestry Committee; miscellaneous
1974-1976
21 14
Sierra Club; Oregon Forestry Committee; miscellaneous
1976
21 15
Sierra Club; Oregon Forestry Committee; miscellaneous
1976
21 16
Sierra Club; Oregon Forestry Committee; miscellaneous
1976
21 17
Sierra Club; Pacific Northwest Chapter, envelopes, masters
1972
21 18
Sierra Club; Pacific Northwest Chapter; folder miscellaneous
1970-1973
21 19
Sierra Club; Pacific Northwest Chapter, folder, letters
1970-1971
21 20
Sierra Club; Pacific Northwest Chapter, folder, letters, miscellaneous
1966-1970
21 21
Sierra Club; Pacific Northwest Chapter, folder, letters, miscellaneous
1970
21 22
Sierra Club; Pacific Northwest Chapter, folder, letters, miscellaneous
1971
21 23
Sierra Club; Pacific Northwest Chapter, folder, letters, miscellaneous
1972
21 24
Sierra Club; Pacific Northwest Chapter, folder, letters, miscellaneous
1974-1977
21 25
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; folder
1976
21 26
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; folder
1976
21 27
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; folder pamphlets
1976
21 28
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; miscellaneous
1973
21 29
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; miscellaneous
1974
21 30
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; miscellaneous
1975
21 31
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; miscellaneous
1975
21 32
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; miscellaneous
1976
21 33
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; miscellaneous
1976
21 34
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; miscellaneous
1976
21 35
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; miscellaneous
1976
21 36
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; miscellaneous
1977
21 37
Sierra Club; Publications Committee; Volume, book proposal pt. I
1975

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Conservation of natural resources
  • Conservation of natural resources--Oregon
  • Conservation of natural resources--Societies, etc.
  • Environmentalists--Oregon
  • Wilderness areas--Oregon
  • Personal Names :
  • Jones, Holway R.--Archives
  • Noyes, Richard M.
  • Onthank, Karl William, 1890-1968
  • Patt, John
  • Snyder, Ted
  • Corporate Names :
  • Friends of the Three Sisters Wilderness.
  • Oregon Wilderness Coalition
  • Sierra Club
  • Sierra Club. Pacific Northwest Chapter
  • Geographical Names :
  • French Pete Creek Valley (Or.)
  • Kings Canyon National Park (Calif.)
  • Sequoia National Park (Calif.)
  • Three Sisters Wilderness (Or.)