Edward John Hanzlik (1886-1959) was a graduate of the University of Washington College of Forestry, 1912. He spent most of his career in the Pacific Northwest in the field of forest management.
The collection contains field diaries, articles, an account book, Xi Sigma Pi correspondence, and photographs.
The field diaries are from Hanzlik's work with the Forest Service, and are from 1921-1934.
There are also folders containing notes and articles written for the Oregonian, an account book (1929-1933), Xi Sigma Pi correspondence (1923 - 1931), other miscellaneous papers, and photographs of family and of forests and logging, some with descriptions on the back.
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[Identification of item], Edward John Hanzlik papers, Ax 142, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.