Cecil Garland has worked throughout his life to protect undeveloped areas. During the 1960’s, Garland lead the effort include the Scapegoat Wilderness in the National Wilderness Preservation System. This collection contains materials from Cecil Garland’s work with the Lincoln Back Country Protective Association and his personal conservation and Forest Service work. This includes correspondence, writing, materials from the Lincoln Back Country Protective Association, general wilderness and conservation research materials, maps, various publications, photographs and two pieces of artwork.
This collection contains papers from Joseph Mussulman’s work with the Friends of the Rattlesnake to create the Rattlesnake National Recreation Area and Wilderness, and his research regarding the history of music in Montana.