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Collection Title: Arnold W. Bolle Papers
Repository:University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:Arnold W. Bolle was a leading figure in the Montana conservation movement. The collection contains writings, correspondence, research, and other materials from Arnold Bolle’s career in the Soil Conservation Service, as a forestry professor at The University of Montana, his work on A University View of the Forest Service, and the organizations he worked with before and during his retirement, like the Wilderness Society and the Montana Wilderness Association.
 
Collection Title:Clifton R. Merritt papers
Repository:University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:This collection consists of the papers of environmental activist Clifton R. Merritt. From 1964 to1978 Merritt served as Director of Field Services for The Wilderness Society. After leaving The Wilderness Society, Merritt founded the American Wilderness Alliance (later American Wildlands). His papers include correspondence, research files and other documents from his time with these agencies. Other materials cover his work with Montana Wilderness Association, Montana Wildlife Federation, and Friends of the Bitterroot. The collection also contains personal writings and correspondence.
 
Collection Title:Doris and Kelsey C. Milner Papers
Repository:University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:The Doris and Kelsey Milner Papers consist of working subject files, correspondence, and speeches created by Doris Milner during her work with conservation organizations including the Save the Upper Selway Committee and the Montana Wilderness Association, Ravalli County's League of Women Voters, and other organizations in Montana. The collection also contains materials created by Kelsey C. Milner while he worked for Rocky Mountain Laboratory in Hamilton, Montana, as a microbial scientist and bacteriologist.

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