Edward P. Cliff papers, 1931-1972  PDF  XML

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Cliff, Edward P. (Edward Parley), 1909-1987
Title
Edward P. Cliff papers
Dates
1931-1972 (inclusive)
1962-1972 (bulk)
Quantity
5 boxes, (1.6 linear ft.)
Collection Number
UUS_COLL MSS 13
Summary
Chiefly typescripts and photocopies of speeches given by Cliff and photocopies of collected articles on Forest Service policies and national forest management. Also includes photographs, most of which were taken at forestry conferences and special events at the Forest Service. An addendum consisting of speeches and publications is located in the final box.
Repository
Utah State University, Merrill-Cazier Library, Special Collections and Archives Division
Special Collections & Archives
Merrill-Cazier Library
Utah State University
Logan, UT
84322-3000
Telephone: 435-797-8248
Fax: 435-797-2880
scweb@usu.edu
Access Restrictions
Restrictions

Open to public research.

Languages
English.
Sponsor
Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant, 2007-2008


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Edward P. Cliff, a career professional forester, was born in Heber City, Utah, September 3, 1909, the son of Edward Parley and Geneva Rachel Brown Cliff. He graduated with a B. S. from the College of Forestry, Utah State University in 1931, but did not receive his Ph.D. in Science until 1965. His successful career as a professional forester began at the Wenatchie National Forest in Washington state as a junior Range Examiner in 1931. Before going permanently to Washington D. C. in 1952, Edward P. Cliff progressed through various assignments to Supervisor of the Siskiyou National Forest in the state of Washington, 1939-1941; Supervisor of the Fremont National Forest at Lakeview, Oregon, 1941-1944; Assistant Director of Range Management in the Washington D. C. office, 1944-1946; and Assistant Regional Forester, Rocky Mountain region, 1950-1951.

In 1952, Edward P. Cliff was appointed Assistant Chief in charge of National Forest Resources Management. As a member of the Chief Forester's staff he worked closely with research and cooperative state and private forestry programs.

Upon his appointment as Chief Forester in 1962, and with direct responsibility for management of the nation's national forests, Mr. Cliff provided leadership in coordinating the multiple use management of national forests, in furthering the cause of conservation, and in guiding the Forest Service through periods of controversy, when government policies were questioned.

Edward P. Cliff has long been affiliated with a number of professional societies in the field of natural resources, has been a contributor to professional journals and government journals, and has received numerous awards and citations. the Forest Service in May of 1972.

Mr. Cliff retired from the Forest Service in May of 1972.

Portions of this sketch were taken from the following sources:

Journal of Forestry, "McArdle Retires, Cliff new Forest Chief,"70:521, August 1972.

Who's Who, 3rd ed., 1972-1973, V.I.P. 591.

Journal of Forestry, "Homage to Edward P. Cliff" 60:286-7 April 1962

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Edward P. Cliff served with the Forest Service from 1931-1972, the last ten years of this period in the capacity of "Chief" of the Forest Service in Washington D.C. During these years, and especially those when he served as Forest Chief, Edward P. Cliff wrote speeches and collected articles on Forest Service policies, saved department news letters and photographs, and attended numerous conferences and other official functions.

This collections consists of such materials and have been arranged in chronological order in boxes one through four. Cliff's photographs have been separated and transferred to USU Special Collections & Archives photograph division. Those interested in viewing these photographs should contact the photograph curator.

This collection also contains information on the public debate on Forest Service timber policies during 1972, along with significant laws relating to Forest Service policy. The numerous speeches of Edward P. Cliff also contain information on Forest Service policies, national forest management, and the growth of recreational facilities in the national forests of the United States.

A great deal of the material in this collection has been photocopied or is in transcription form. Most of this work was completed by Edward P. Cliff himself, before he donated his papers to Utah State University in 1972.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Utah State University Libraries, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.

Permission to publish material from the Edward P. Cliff papers must be obtained from the Special Collections Manuscript Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.

Preferred Citation

Edward P. Cliff papers, 1931-1972. (COLL MSS 13). Utah State University. Special Collections and Archives Department.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

Arranged in chronological order.

Acquisition Information

The materials that comprise this collection were donated to USU Special Collections & Archives by Edward P. Cliff in 1972.


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Speeches, articles, and addressesReturn to Top

The Copley News Service articles on restriction in use of wilderness areas also appeared in many other newspapers across the country, including the Illinois State Journal, Springfield; Burbank, California, Daily Review, Alhambra, California, Post Advocate; Beaumont, Texas, Enterprise-Journal; Punxatawaney, Pennsylvania, Spirit; Jamestown, North Dakota, Sun.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
1 1
1: "Relationship Between Elk and Mule Deer in Blue Mountains of Oregon": Transactions of the 4th North American Wildlife Conference, Detroit, Michigan,
1938 August
1 1
2: "The Action Program of the Forest Service": Address at National Convention of the American Society of Range 'Management, first annual convention, Salt Lake City, Utah
1948
1 1
3: Speech to be delivered at the 1949 convention of the Utah Cattle and Horse Growers Association,
1949 February 25
1 1
4: "Economic Obligations of Public Agencies in Range and Forage Improvement Programs": Given at American Society of Range Management, Salt Lake City, Utah,
1949 November 19
1 1
5: "Edward P. Cliff Succeeds John W. Spencer as Regional Forester of Rocky Mountain area,
(See photo 4).
1949 November 25
1 1
6: "The Responsibilities of Range Research to National Forest Administration from an Administrator's Point of View": Given at Range Research meeting at Ogden, Utah,
1949 November 29
1 2
7: Address at mid-winter meeting of Izaak Walton League of America, Denver, Colorado,
1950 January 14
1 2
8: "Relative Use Values of Wyoming National Forests": Address at Tzaak Walton League of America, Wyoming Division State Convention, Laramie, Wyoming,
1950 March 4
1 2
9: "The Work of the United States Forest Service": Talk before Business and professional Women's Club in Denver, Colorado,
1950 April 18
1 2
10: "Contribution of Colorado National Forests to the Missouri BaskrY Program"
1950 July 20
1 2
11: "Relation of Land Use to Wildlife Management",, Talk before the Pueblo Fish and Game Association,
1931 February 20
1 2
12: "Looking Ahead on the National Forests in the Rocky Mountain Region: Rocky Mountain section of Society of American Foresters and Colorado Section of American Society of Range Management and Wildlife Society, Colorado A & M Forestry Day,
1951 February 24
1 2
13: "Foresters in Public Service": Taken from lectures by Gifford Pinchot, First Chief, U. S. Forest Service, Reissued,
1951 April
1 2
14: "Recreation Facilities in National Forests of Colorado'": First annual Meeting of Governor's Travel and Hospitality Conference, Denver, Colorado,
1951 May 4
1 2
15: "Battle of the Beetles": Delivered by Edward P. Cliff At the American Legion Home, Denver, Colorado,
1951 June 7
1 2
16: "Cooperation Between the Forest Service and Soil. Conservation Districts": Regional meeting of region six National Association of Soil Conservation Districts, Santa Fe, New Mexico,
1951 September 25
1 2
17: "Edward P. Cliff Succeeds Christopher M. Granger as Assistant Chief of Forest Service,
(See also: Photo 5).
1951 November 13
1 3
18: Recreation and Wildlife,
1953
1 3
19: "Multiple Uses of the National Forests": Fourth American Forest Congress, Washington D. C.,
1953 October 30
1 3
20: "Timber Access Road Problems on the National Forests": Pacific Logging Congress, Seattle, Washington,
November 4, 1953.
1 3
21: "What Measures Should be Taken to Obtain the Prompt and Full Utilization on a Sustained Yield Basis of the Forest Resources in National Forests and Other Public Ownerships?": Mid-century Conference on Resources for the Future, Washington D. C.,
1953 December 2
1 3
22: "National forest Timber and Production in Relation to Water Conservation": Panel discussion on community stability, Washington D. C., section of Society of American Foresters,
1953 December 17
1 3
23: "Forest Protection and Timber Production in Relation To Water Conservation": Soil Conservation Society, Jacksonville, Florida,
1954 November 15
1 4
24: "A Look at Timber Access Roads":: Sierra-Cascade Logging Conference, Redding, California,
1956 February 16
1 4
25: "National Forest Transportation System": Statement before Subcommittee on Roads, House Committee on Public Works, Washington D. C.,
1956 February 21
1 4
26: "National Forest Timber Management Policies and Programs": Intermountain Logging Conference, Spokane, Washington,
1956 March 26
1 4
27: Conference keynote message presented by Merle S. Lowden at Fire Control Meeting,
1956 April 9
1 4
28: "The Ax and the Saw": Lake States Logging Congress, Ironwood, Michigan,
1956 September 15
1 4
29: Progress report on administration of public law 167 on the National Forests American Mining Congress, Los Angeles, California,
1956 October 3
1 5
30: "Recreation and Wildlife Requirements for Water": Annual meeting of Soil Conservation Society of America, Asilomar, California,
1957 August 29
1 5
31: "Programs for Recreation and Wildlife on National Forests": 47th annual Conference of Intermountain Association of Game, Fish, and Conservation Commissioners, Las Vegas, Nevada,
1957 September 10
1 5
32: "A New Look at National Forest Recreation": Annual meeting of Society of American Foresters, Syracuse, New York,
1957 November 11
1 5
33: "The Outlook for Livestock on the National Forests": Article by Richard E. McArdle at 93rd Annual Convention of National Wool Growers Association, Phoenix, Arizona,
1958 January 23
1 5
34: The Care and Use of National Forests, USDA yearbook,
1958 January 31
1 5
35: "Multiple Use Management on National Forests": By Edward Cl1ff and C. A. Joy. Presented at annual meeting of American Society of Range Management, Phoenix, Arizona,
1958 January 31
1 5
36: "Multiple Use Management of the National Forests": Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners' Conference, Sun Valley, Idaho,
1958 June 22-25
1 5
37: "National Forest Transportation System": Statement before Subcommittee on Roads, House Committee on Public Works, Washington D. C
undated
1 5
38: "Outdoor Recreation and Multiple Use": Annual meeting of Federation of Western Outdoor Clubs, Camp Merriwether, Oregon,
1958 August 31
1 5
39: "National Forest Timber Management and the Logging Industry": Richard E. McArdle. 49th Pacific Logging Congress, Portland, Oregon,
1958 November 12
1 6
40: "Multiple Use Management of the National Forests": 21st Intermountain Logging Conference, Spokane, Washington,
1959 March 23
1 6
41: "The Program for the National Forests": Southern Lumberman magazine,
1959 December 15
1 6
42: "Road; The Jewel of the Appalachians": 14th annual North Carolina Rhododendron Festival, Roan Mountain,
1960 June 18
1 6
43: "Shorelines and Multiple Use": 38th annual Convention of the Izaak Walton League of America, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota,
1960 June 22-25
1 6
44: "Multiple Use in Action at Moose Creek": Presented at dedication of Moose Creek Campground, Lewis and Clark National Forest, Great Falls, Montana,
1960 July 24
1 6
45: "Applying Conservation on the National Forests": National Association of Soil Conservation Districts, Public Lands Committee Meeting at Santa Fe, New Mexico,
1960 September 16
1 6
46: "Multiple Use Management on the National Forests of the United States": Fifth World Forestry Congress, Seattle, Washington,
1960 August 30
1 6
47: "Progress and Problems in Administering the Multiple Use Mining Law on the National Forests"; Annual Meeting of the American Mining Congress, Las Vegas, Nevada,
1960 October 11
1 6
48: "Wildlife - A National Forest Resource":
1960 November 7
1 7
49: "The Role of Forest Recreation in Forest Land": 'Washington Section, Society of American Foresters,
1961 February 16
1 7
50: "Multiple Use Planning in National Forest Management": Third annual Western Resources Conference, Fort Collins, Colorado,
1961 August 8
1 7
51: "Use of Large Private and Industrial Holdings as Viewed by the U. S. Forest Service": Presented on a panel at the Forest Land Conference of American Forest Products Industries, Washington, D. C.,
1961 September 21
1 7
52: "Remarks of Edward P. Cliff, Assistant Chief, Forest Service, USDA": At 58th annual Convention of Wyoming Wool Growers Association, Casper, Wyoming,
1961 November 2
1 7
53: "National. Forest Recreation and the Concessioner": Annual Meeting of the National Forest Recreation Association, Fresno, California,
1961 November 7
1 7
54: "Recreation on the National Forests": White House Regional Conference, Denver, Colorado, November 13, 1961. 55. "Management of National Forest Lands in the Decade Ahead'"; California State Chamber of Commerce 34th annual. Statewide Meeting, Los Angeles, California,
1961 November 30
1 7
56: "National Forest Multiple Use Management": Annual meeting of Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association, Atlanta, Georgia,
1962 January 16
1 8
57: "McArdle Retires; Cliff New Chief Forester": Newspaper Articles,
(See also: photos 8-9).
1962 March 8
1 8
58: "Modern Rush to the Playground": From Parks and Recreation magazine,
1962 April
1 8
59: Short biography of the Chief from Forest Farmer magazine,
April 7 1962
1 8
60: "The Job Ahead in Tire Prevention National Fire Prevention meeting, Gulfport, Mississippi,
1962 April 16
1 8
61: Remarks at Woodland Demonstration, Seaboard Airline RR near Chester, Virginia,
(See also: photos 11-12).
1962 May 8
1 8
62: Dedication of America's first family forest, Phoenix, Maryland,
1962 May 18
1 8
63: Statement to Senate Commerce Committee,
1962 June 15
1 8
64: "What Conservation Means to Me": General Federation of Women's Clubs, Washington D. C.,
1962 June 28
1 8
65: "The Role of Professional Foresters in Managing the Nation's Land Resources": Dedication of Society of American Foresters display at Seattle, Washington (World Forestry Congress),
1962 July 2
1 8
66: USDA and Forest Conservation: At USDA Student Summer Employment Program, Washington D. C.,
1962 July 19
1 8
67: "Dedicating the Lewis and Clark Highway": At Lolo Pass Montana-Idaho,
(See also: photos 15-17).
1962 August 19
1 9
68: "Recreation, Wildlife and the Department of Agriculture": International Association of Game Fish and Conservation Commissioners, Jackson Hole, Wyoming,
1962 September 14
1 9
69: Opening remarks on cooperative forestry at Association of State Foresters annual meeting, Madison, Wisconsin,
1962 September 24
1 9
70: "Homes for Wildlife on National Forests": General Federation Clubwoman,
1962 October
1 9
71: "The Nation's Playground": American Forestry Association, Duluth, Minnesota,
1962 October 1
1 9
72: Remarks at dedication of Forestry Sciences Laboratory: Research Triangle, North Carolina,
1962 October 19
1 9
73: "The Forest Service Looks at Small Woodlands": Annual meeting of the Society of American Foresters, Atlanta, Georgia,
1962 October 22
1 9
74: Governor's conference of wood utilization, wood ideas, and 4oad dollars, Charleston, West Virginia,
1962 November 2
1 9
75: Remarks at silver anniversary of the dedication of the Timberlake Lodge at Mount Hood National Forest, Oregon,
(See also: photos 21-22).
1962 December 9
1 9
76: "The Forest Service Program for Its High Mountain Area": Conference on use and management of high mountain areas of Washington and Oregon, Timberland Lodge, Oregon,
(See also: photo 23).
1962 December 9-10
1 9
77: "Forestry and Forest Research in the USDA": 53rd Western Forestry Conference, Seattle, Washington,
1962 December 12
1 10
78: "Soil and Water Conservation Districts and the Forest Service Have Much in Common": National Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Denver, Colorado,
1973 February 6
1 10
79: "Timber and Pulpwood Progress": Paper Mill News,
1963 February 11
1 10
80: "Programs of the U.S. Forest Service": Annual meeting of the American Pulpwood Association, Hotel Roosevelt, New York City, New York,
1963 February 20
1 10
81: Statement on S-4 (Wilderness Sill), before Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs,
1963 February 28
1 10
82: "Wilderness Plans of the Forest Service": 8th Biennial Wilderness Conference, San Francisco, California,
1963 March 9
1 10
83: "Forestry in the Years Ahead": Journal of Forestry,
1963 April
1 10
84: Remarks at Live Oak, Florida, at cooperative field forestry meeting,
(See also: photos 14-15).
1963 April 11
1 10
85: "The Forest Service and the Northeastern Lumberman": Extension Service Review,
1963 April 22
1 10
86: "Forest Farming in a Changing America": Extension Service Review, Biloxi, Mississippi,
1963 April 25
1 10
87: "A Profit formula For Men and Forests"; Extension Service Review,
1963 June
1 10
88: "The Kirtlands Warbler Management Area on the Huron National Forest": Dedication at Mio, Michigan,
1963 June 1
1 10
89: Remarks of opening of 2nd session, FAO-North American Forest Commission, Ottawa, Canada,
1963 June 17
1 10
90: "Forestry Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow": for yearbook, Timber, of School of Forestry, Berkeley, University of California,
1963 June
1 11
91: "National Forest Recreation Ways-A Development Opportunity"; Secretary's staff meeting, Washington D. C.,
1963 July 12
1 11
92: Remarks at Dedication of Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Information Center, Juneau, Alaska,
1963 July 21
1 11
93: Development of Rural Areas: A Challenge to Foresters. Annual meeting of the state foresters of Alaska,
1963 July 22
1 11
94: Press release: "Dedication of Ceremonies of United States Forest Service new forest Science Laboratory on the University of Alaska campus",
1963 July 22
1 11
95: Comments at dedication of Forest Science Laboratory, Fairbanks, Alaska,
1963 July 25
1 11
96: "Dedication of the Redfish Lake Visitor Information Center": Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho,
1963 August 24
1 11
97: The Chief's first report in American Forests magazine,
1963 September
1 11
98: "Water for a Nation's Needs": Journal of Soil and Water Conservation,
1963 September-October
1 11
99: Dedication of the Riverside California Forest Fire Laboratory,
1963 September 11
1 12
100: Opening Session of the Fifth Wood Technology Conference, Forest Products Laboratory, Madison, Wisconsin,
1963 September 17
1 12
101: Dedication of Pinchot Institute for Conservation Studies, Milford, Pennsylvania,
(See also; photo 27).
1963 September 24
1 12
102: "Louisiana Forestry: Past, Present, Future": Annual Meeting of Louisiana Forestry Association,
1963 September 26
1 12
103: Notes used for informal remarks at meeting of Louisiana businessmen at forest Service Laboratory in Alexandria, Louisiana,
1963 September 27
1 12
104: "Working Common Ground, Finding Common Goals": Notes for panel of Conference on Conservation Education sponsored by Department of Interior at Airlie House, Warrenton, Virginia,
1963 October 2
1 12
105: "APW (Accelerated Public Works): A Profit Formula", American Forests magazine,
1963 October
1 12
106: "Trees in the Tall Corn State": Meeting of the Iowa Bankers Association, Des Moines, Iowa,
1963 October 21
1 12
107: "The Outlook for Timber Resources": At Fifth American Forestry Association, Washington D. C.,
1963 October 28-30
1 12
108: Retirement and swearing-in ceremonies in Secretary Udall's office,
(See also: photo 29).
1964 January 8
1 12
109: "The Forest Service and the Lumber Industry": Softwood Lumber Seminar, Freer Gallery of Art, Washington D. C.,
(See also: photo 30).
1964 January 22
1 12
110: "Grazing on the National Forests": American Cattlemen's Association, Memphis, Tennessee,
1964 January 28
1 13
111: "The Forest Service and Rural Areas Development": Washington D. C.,
1964 February 17
1 13
112: Statement at Hearing of Senate Appropriations Committee,
1964 February 18
1 13
113: "Foresters of the Future": At annual banquet of Pennsylvania State Forestry Society, University Park, Pennsylvania,
1964 February 21
1 13
114: Joint meeting with National Park Service, Washington D. C.,
1964 March 5
1 14
115: "Nosecones and Needles", USDA Employee Bulletin,
1964 March 11
1 14
116: "Opportunity For Progress": Given at dedication of Forest Hydrology Laboratory, Wenatchee, Washington,
1964 March 28
1 14
117: "Recreation on the National Forests of the Greater Northwest Past, Present, and Future.": Wenatchee, Washington,
1964 April 2
1 14
118: "Needed: Knowledgeability and Flexibility": Given at Public Affairs Fellowship Program, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California,
1964 April 27
1 14
119: "The Trail He Blazed Lives On": At ceremonies for release of John Muir postage stamp, Martinex, California,
1964 April 29
1 14
120: "Science in Forest Land Resource Management": At Annual Meeting, Columbia River Section Society of American Foresters, Bend, Oregon,
1964 May 1
1 14
121: "A Key to Tomorrow": At dedication of Forest Service Silverculture Laboratory, Bend, Oregon,
1964 May 2
1 14
122: "Objectives of Forest Land Management": At Department Defense Forest Management Conference, Quantico, Virginia,
1964 May 20
1 15
123: "Conservation and the American Press": Remarks at presentation of T. L. Stokes Award to Russell G. Lynch, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
1964 May 25
1 15
124: Washington Office Forest Service Pictorial Organization Chart,
1964 June
1 15
125: Remarks at dedication of Sabino Canyon Visitor Center, Coronado National Forest, Arizona,
(See also: photo 32).
1964 June 13
1 15
126: Interview with Mr. Cliff for John F. Kennedy Library, Oral History Project, by Layne Beatty, USDA, Washington D. C.,
1964 July 2
1 15
127: Remarks at opening of Parsons, West Virginia Timber and Watershed Laboratory,
1964 August 29
1 15
128: Remarks at dedication of Headquarters- Laboratory of the Lake_ States Forest Experiment- Station, St. Paul, 'Minnesota,
1964 September 11
1 15
129: Remarks at opening of Forest Science Laboratory, Logan, Utah,
(See also: photo 36).
1964 September 18
1 15
130: Remarks at dedication of Forest Service facilities, Alexandria, Louisiana,
1964 September 23
1 15
131: Remarks at dedication ceremonies, Mt. Sopris Tree Nursery, White River National Forest, Colorado,
1964 October 3
1 15
132: Remarks to open Budget Bureau hearings on Forest Service N. Y., 1966 budget,
1964 October 13
1 15
133: "Cradle of Forestry in America": Remarks at cornerstone laying ceremony, Biltmore School of Forestry, Asheville, North Carolina,
1964 October 20
1 15
134: "Railroads and Forests; A Look Ahead": Remarks at Railway Tie Association Convention, Louisville, Kentucky,
1964 October 22
1 16
135: Remarks to National Advisory Committee on Rural Areas Development, Washington D. C.,
1964 November 23
1 16
136: "The Wilderness Act on Mining in National Forest Wilderness Areas": 70th Annual Convention of Northwest Mining Association, Spokane, Washington,
1964 December 4
1 16
137: "The Forest Service Looks Forward to 1975": At Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia,
1965 February 3
1 16
138: Regional Foresters and Directors Meeting,
1965 March 1
1 16
139: Statement before House Subcommittee on National Park and Recreation on HR 797, a bill to establish Whiskeytown-Shasta-Trinity National Recreation Area in California,
1965 March 15
1 16
140: "Hunting in the National Forests": Given to National Rifle Association, Washington D. C.,
1965 March 28
1 16
141: "The Outlook. for. Southern Pine": Southern Pine Golden Anniversary Issue of Southern Lumberman,
1965 April 1
1 16
142: "Open. Spaces for All Americans": Second Outdoor Recreation Conference. for Greater Pacific Northwest, Wenatchee, Washington,
1965 April 1
1 16
143: "Wilderness in the National Forests": Ninth Biennial Wilderness Conference, San Francisco, California,
1965 April 2
1 17
144: "Management of Wildlife Preserves in the United States": University of Michigan,
1965 May 10
1 17
145: "Forest Patterns--Beauty and Use": 36th Annual Convention of National Council of State Garden Clubs": Portland, Oregon,
1965 May 25
1 17
146: "Golden Smokey Award Given to National Council of State Garden Clubs": Portland, Oregon,
1965 May 25
1 17
147: Honorary DS degree to Chief Cliff from Utah State University,
(See also: photos 40-42).
1965 June 5
1 17
148: "Forests, Pulp, and Paper-A Look Ahead": New York Times supplement,
1965 July 22
1 17
149: "A More Beautiful America-Forestry's Latest Challenge": 1965 Christmas issue of Southern Lumberman magazine,
1965 August 11
1 17
150: Remarks to open department hearings on Forest Service F. Y. 1967 budget estimates,
1965 August 13
2 1
151: "The American Outdoors-Management For Use and Beauty": 90th Annual Meeting of American Forestry Association, Jackson Lake Lodge, Wyoming,
1965 September 6
2 1
152: "Timber, Research, and Hoo-Hoo International": 74th Annual. Convention, International Order of Hoo-Hoo, Phoenix, Arizona,
1965 September 21
2 1
153: Dedication of Forest Service Museum at Continental Divide Training Center, New Mexico,
1965 September 25
2 1
154: Remarks to Open Bureau of Budget Hearings, F. Y., 1967 budget estimates,
1965 October 15
2 1
155: "The Heritage of Youth": Dedication of "Pig Iron Trail'', Elizabeth Furnace Recreation Area, George Washington National Forest, Virginia,
1965 October 16
2 1
156: "A Summary of Recent Events Related to Forestry in the United States": 3rd Session of FAO North American Forestry Commission, Washington D. C.,
1965 October 18
2 1
157: "Helping People Understand the Forest At Work-A Key to Forestry Progress": Opening Session of the Society of American Foresters Annual Meeting, Detroit, Michigan,
1965 October 27
2 1
158: "The Role of the Forest Service in Outdoor Recreation": Division of Forest Recreation Symposium, Society of American Foresters Annual Meeting, Detroit, Michigan,
1965 October 27
2 2
159: "A Perspective on Management of Small Forest Tracts": Annual Meeting of the King William County, Virginia, Forestry Club, West Point, Virginia,
1965 November 8
2 2
160: "Making the Most of Kentucky's Forests": 3rd Annual Governors' Conference on forestry, Lexington, Kentucky,
1966 February 16
2 2
161: "The Proposed Program for State and Private Forestry": Annual Meeting of American Pulpwood Association, New York City, New York,
1966 February 22
2 2
162: Statement to Subcommittee, House Appropriations Committee, of Chief Edward P. Cliff,
1966 February 28
2 2
163: Regional Foresters and Directors Meeting, Washington, D. C.,
1966 March 8
2 2
164: "Making the Most of Rocky Mountain Timber": Wyoming Forest Industry Conference, Casper, Wyoming,
1966 March 17
2 2
165: "The Next Twenty Years": Spring Meeting of the American Forest Products Industries, Inc.-Silver Anniversary of the American Tree Farm System, Chicago, Illinois,
1966 April 21
2 2
166: "A Forester Looks Ahead": Annual Conclave of the Association of Southern Forestry Clubs, Nacogdoches, Texas,
(See also: photos 45-48).
1966 April 23
2 2
167: "Forestry Clubs Open Ninth. Annual Conclave,"
undated
2 2
168: "Helping People Understand the Forest At Work": 4th Annual Meeting of New York Forest Owners Association, Syracuse, New York,
1966 April 30
2 2
169: Chief Edward P. Cliff receives Hands of Cooperation Award at National Forest Products Association Awards Dinner, Washington D. C.,
(See also: photo 49).
1966 May 3
2 2
170: Presentations of the Forest Products Industry Awards for 1966,
1966 May 3
2 2
171: Chief Cliff's statement at the 25th Anniversary Meeting of the Forest Farmers Association, Jekyll Island, Georgia,
1966 May 11
2 2
172: "A Public Forester Looks at the Next Quarter Century."
undated
2 2
173: "Wood Salutes Edward P. Cliff", Wood and Wood Products,
1966 June
2 2
174: USDA Cost Reduction Ceremony, Washington D. C.,
(See also: photo 50).
1966 August 12
2 3
175: Highlights of 6th World Forestry Congress, Madrid, Spain,
(See also: photos 51-52).
1966 June
2 3
176: "Long Range Forest Policy for South Vietnam"
1966 June 8
2 3
177: "No Stuffed Shirts in Forest Service", Texas Notebook,
1966 June 21
2 3
178: Dedication of Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky,
1966 July 23
2 3
179: "The Increasing Challenge of Decreasing Quality": Keynote speech at Black Walnut Workshop, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale,
1966 August 2
2 3
180: "Tree of Gold": Award to South Pulpwood Conservation Association. (Won at International Film Festival, 6th World Forestry Congress, Madrid, Spain), Atlanta, Georgia,
1966 August 5
2 3
181: "Handling Outdoor Recreation Policy Issues": At 3rd National Conference on Policy Issues in Outdoor Recreation, Utah State University, Logan, Utah,
1966 September 7
2 3
182: "Multiple Use of Forests": At 1st Florida Forest Festival, Jerry, Florida,
1966 October 14
2 3
183: "Multiple Use of Forests": At Governor's Conference on Wood and North Carolina's Future,
1966 October 17
2 3
184: Bureau of the Budget Hearings, F. Y., 1968, Budget Estimates,
1966 October 26
2 3
185: Report on federal agency anti-litter activities at Keep America Beautiful, Inc., Annual Meeting, New York City, New York,
1966 November 10
2 3
186: "The Importance of N, F. Timber": At Pacific Logging Congress, San Francisco, California,
1966 November 15
2 4
187: Service-wide Training Officers Conference, Divide Training Center, New Mexico,
1966 December 5
2 4
188: "Public Support for Logging" Southern Lumberman,
1966 December 15
2 4
189: "Forest Patterns": Yearbook of Agriculture,
1967
2 4
190: "Looking Ahead in Range Management": At 102nd Convention of National Wool Growers Association, Las Vegas, Nevada,
1967 January 17
2 4
191: Golden Eagles Awards Ceremony, Department of the Interior,
1967 February
2 4
192: "Making the Most of Timber Resources": Carolina Tips,
1967 February
2 4
193: "Grazing Policies on Forest Lands':, A Look at the Next Twenty Years": 20th Annual Convention of American Society of Range Management, Seattle, Washington,
1967 February 14
2 4
194: "The Shelton Cooperative Sustained Yield Unit": At 20th.Anniversary Dinner, Sheldon, Washington,
1967 February 17
2 4
195: Regional Foresters and Station Directors' Meeting, Washington D. C.,
1967 February 28
2 5
196: Statement by the Chief for the House Appropriations Committee,
1967 March 14
2 5
197: "The Conservationists' View of Conservation"; The Science Teacher,
1967 April
2 5
198: "National Forests: America's Happy Hunting Grounds": Speech before the National Rifle Association, Washington D. C.,
1967 April 1
2 5
199: "The National Wilderness Act on the National Forests": At 10th Biennial Wilderness Conference, San Francisco, California,
1967 April 7
2 5
200: "The Forestry Outlook in 1967": Forest Industries Committee on Timber Valuation and Taxation, Washington, D, C,
(See also: photo 54).
1967 May
2 5
201: "National Forest Trails": 17th Meeting of the Appalachian Trail Conference, Cashiers, North Carolina,
1967 May 21
2 5
202: Slidelist for Appalachian Trail Talk,
1967 May 21
2 6
203: Presentation of medals to Raymond Marsh and Richard McArdle, Washington D. C.,
1967 June 27
2 6
204: Opening statement to Pinchot Institute Board of Governors, Washington D. C.,
1967 June 29
2 6
205: Economic Opportunity Act .(Nelson Amendment) Briefing to Secretary's staff,
1967 July 25
2 6
206: Official opening of Fort Collins Headquarters Laboratory, Ft. Collins, Colorado,
1967 July 28
2 6
207: "The Keys to Cape Perpetua": Dedication of Cape Perpetua Visitor Center, Yachats, Oregon,
1967 August 5
2 6
208: Dedication of Raphael Zon Memorial, Cutfoot Experimental Forest, Chippewa National Forest, Minnesota,
(See also photo 55).
1967 August 9
2 6
209: Dedication of Forestry Sciences Laboratory at Morgantown, West Virginia,
1967 September 23
2 6
210: "Getting the Most Out of a Forest": Fatis Review, Rome, Italy,
1967 October
2 6
211: "Forestry Progress in the United States in the Past Two Years"; At 4th Session of North American Forestry Commission, Mexico City,
1967 October 2
2 6
212: Dedication of Institute of Wood Research and Department of Forestry, Michigan,.. Technical University and Forest Science. Engineering Laboratory at Michigan Technological University, Houghton, Michigan,
1967 October 14
2 6
213: "The Importance of Forests and Forestry in the United States": At the Opening Session Joint SAY-CIF Annual Meeting, Ottawa, Canada,
1967 October 16
2 7
214: "The Forest Resources in Rural Areas Development": National Town and Country Program Leaders of the Methodist and United Brethren Churches, Washington DC,
1967 December 1
2 7
215: "Trees-Victims of Air Pollution": Conservation Catalyst Magazine, Vol. 2,
1967 December 7
2 7
216: "Forests For All"; At 58th Western Forestry Congress, Seattle, Washington,
1967 December 7
2 7
217: "Virginia Forests": At 25th Annual Meeting of Virginia Forests, Inc., Richmond, Virginia,
1968 February 8
2 7
218: Regional Foresters and Directors Meeting, Washington D. C.,
1968 March 4
2 8
219: "Forest Resources of the Pacific Northwest": At Pacific Northwest Association, Eugene, Oregon,
1968 March 21
2 8
220: "Export of Logs From Federal Administrated Forests": At Western Wood Products Association Meeting on Expansion of Trade with Japan in Lumber and Plywood, Portland, Oregon,
1968 April 24
2 8
221: Career Service Award to Edward Cliff, by the Civil Service League,
(See also: photos 57-58).
1968 April 27
2 8
222: "Forest Service Furnishes Leadership" News for Farmer Cooperatives,
1968 May
2 8
223: "Showcase of Resource Management-For People"; At dedication of new mill and "family day" activities, South Fork, Colorado,
1968 May 10
2 8
224: "San Luis Valley, Colorado":
1968 May 10
2 8
225: Statement to House Public Lands Subcommittee on Mt. Jefferson Wilderness in Oregon,
1968 June 3
2 8
226: "Adventure into Conservation": At National Conference of Camp Fire Girls, Estes Park, Colorado,
1968 July 9
2 8
227: "Outdoor Recreation in the Forest Service": At 46th Convention of lzaak Walton League, Denver, Colorado,
1968 July 12
2 9
228: "Outlook": Concrete Pipe News,
1968 August
2 9
229: Dedication of Jay Price Memorial at Voyageurs Information Center, Ely, Minnesota, Superior National Forest,
1968 August 11
2 9
230: "Some Problems and Issues in Managing our Maple Resource" At Sugar Maple Conference, Houghton, Michigan,
1968 August 30
2 9
231: "State-Federal Cooperation in Resource Management: The Forest Service View": At 58th Annual Meeting of the International Association of Game, Fish, and Conservation Commissioners, Tucson, Arizona,
1968 September 13
2 9
232: Interview on pest and pollution problems, Milwaukee Sentinal, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
1968 September 19
2 9
233: Dedication of Forest Service Laboratory and Forestry School Building, Athens, Georgia,
1968 September 28
2 9
234: Welcome address at Poplar Tour, International Poplar Commission, Memphis, Tennessee,
1968 September 30
2 9
235: National Association of State Foresters Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana,
1968 October 6-10
2 9
236: "Meet the 1968 FFA Forestry Winners":
(See also: photos 59-61).
1968 September
2 9
237: "Forest For Use": At 50th Meeting of the Railway Tie Association, Atlanta, Georgia,
(See also; photos 62-63).
1968 October 16-18
2 9
238: "Tennessee. Forests"; Talk at 20th Tennessee forest festival, Logger's Breakfast, Tracy City, Tennessee,
1968 October 19
2 9
239: Statement at official opening of forestry Hydrology Laboratory, Oxford Mississippi,
1968 October 24
2 9
240: "Tour of the Pisgah National Forest": The Asheville Times, Asheville, North Carolina,
1968 November 21
2 9
241: Statement to Senate Marketing Subcommittee of Small Business Committee, on wood needs of the future,
1968 November 26
2 10
242: "On the Trail to Natural Beauty With Jane Freeman": At Army-Navy Club, Washington D. C.,
1968 December 9
2 10
243: "Women Blaze Forestry Careers": Alyse F. Moore, Student at Forestry School of Stephen F. Austin State College, Nacogdoches, Texas,
(See also: photo 69).
1969 January
2 10
244: "Teamwork Can Solve Crises": Western Conservation Journal,
1969 January-February
2 10
245: "The Role of the Engineer in Resource Management": At American Society of Civil Engineers, National Capital Section, Washington D. C.,
1969 January 14
2 10
246: "Upgrading America's Forest Wealth": At National Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts Convention, Atlanta, Georgia,
1969 February 5
2 10
247: Statement of Chief before Subcommittee on Public Lands of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Washington D. C., (On S. 713),
1969 February 19
2 11
248: "Lumber and Plywood Supply; A Situation Report": Critical Issues Report,
1969 March
2 11
249: Statement to Subcommittee on Public Lands, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, (Grazing Fees),
1969 March 4
2 11
250: Statement before Subcommittee on Public Lands of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Washington D. C., (on S. 412),
1969 March 7
2 11
251: Remarks at Regional Foresters and Directors Meetings Washington D. C.,
1969 March 10
2 11
252: Statement to Subcommittee on Housing and Urban Affairs of Committee. on Banking and Currency, United States Senate, (Timber Prices and Supply Situation),
1969 March 21
2 11
253: "Forestry for Rural Development": Remarks to National Newspaper Association, Washington D. C.,
1969 March 21
2 12
254: "The Forest Service Mission for the-People Today and Tomorrow": opening remarks before I & E Chief's Meeting, Washington D. C.,
1969 April 28-May 2
2 12
255: Statement before Subcommittee on forests, Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, on H. R. 10344,
1969 May 22
2 12
256: H. R. 10344
undated
2 12
257: "Big Game Management on Public Lands of the United States": Presented at Second International Big Game Hunters' and Fisherman's Conference, San Antonio, Texas,
1969 May 26
2 12
258: "The Gila Visitor Center Dedication": Gila National Forest, Silver City, New Mexico,
1969 May 31
2 12
259: "Grazing Fees on National Forest Range - Past History and Present Policy": Critical issues report No. 3,
1969 June
2 12
260: "The Forest Service in Alaska": Radio-TV interview with Congressmen Howard Pollock of Alaska,
1969 June 9
2 12
261: Opening remarks to Forest Service Workshop on Environmental Architecture, St. Louis, Missouri,
1969 June 9
2 13
262: "Forest Service Timber Appraisals": Critical issues report No. 4
undated
2 13
263: "Northeastern forestry in the 1970s"; Presented at Annual Meeting of Northeastern State Foresters, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,
1969 July 15-17
2 13
264: Forest Service Regional Foresters-Meeting, Portland, Oregon,
1969 July 29
2 13
265: Memo to Regional Foresters on multiple use concept in special areas in the National Forest System as of January 1, 1968,
1969 July 23
2 13
266: "Dedication of Mammoth Visitor Center": Mammoth Lakes, California,
1969 July 26
2 13
267: "Dedication of Rainbow Fool - Taylor Creek Stream Profile Chamber": Lake Tahoe, California - Nevada,
1969 July 27
2 13
268: 2nd World Consultation on Forest Tree Breeding": Sheraton Park Hotel, Washington D. C.,
1969 August 7-16
2 13
269: "Our Birch Resources": Delivered at a symposium, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire, August 1921,
1969
2 14
270: List of questions to Secretary of Agriculture, Clifford Hardin on National Forest timber production submitted by Western Wood Products Association,
1969 September 2
2 14
271: Comments on current timber supply and pricing problems at meeting of Western Wood Products Association, Portland, Oregon,
1969 September 10
2 14
272: North American Forestry Commission Fifth Session, Ottawa, Canada,
1969 September 15-20
2 14
273: National Association of State Foresters, Portland, Maine,
1969 September 29
2 15
274: Regional Foresters and Directors Breakfast Meeting, Miami Beach, Florida,
1969 October 13
2 15
275: Address by Secretary Hardin at 69th annual meeting of Society of American Foresters, Miami Beach, Florida,
1969 October 13
2 15
276: "The Forester-A Professional": Delivered by Chief Cliff at annual meeting of Society of American Foresters,
1969 October 15
2 15
277: Statement of Edward P. Cliff before Subcommittee on Soil Conservation and forestry, on S-1832-National Timber Supply Act of 1969,
1969 October 21
2 15
278: "Mining and the National Forests": Delivered at ;American 'lining Congress, San 'Francisco, California,
1969 October 22
2 15
279: Remarks at state and private forestry meeting, Denver, Colorado,
1969 October 29
2 15
280: Remarks to annual convention of National Forest Recreation Association, San Diego, California,
1969 November
2 15
281: "Keep America Beautiful": Report before the National Advisory Council, New York City, New York,
1969 November 17
2 15
282: Remarks at Forest Service meeting with Natural Resources Council, Occidental Restaurant, Washington D. C.,
1969 November 19
2 15
283: "The Forest Service - Part of the USDA Team Effort in Service to America": Talk to delegation from Natural Resources Committee of National Association of Manufacturers, Washington D. C.,
1969 December 16
2 16
284: Opening remarks at Regional Foresters and Directors meeting, Washington D. C.,
1970 January 19
2 16
285: Distinguished Service Award presented by Tuskegee Institute, Alabama, to Chief Cliff for support and encouragement in establishing at Tuskegee Institute a Forestry Research and Professional Training Program for careers in forestry,
1970 February 24
2 16
286: "Framework For the Future": Forest Service Objectives and Policy Guides,
1970 February
2 16
287: "The Outlook for Wood Supply": At Pulp and Raw Materials Group of the American Paper Institute meeting, New York City, New York,
1970 March 16
2 16
288: Informal Remarks at Close of service-side Recreation and Landscape Management Conference, Alexandria, Virginia,
1970 March 16-20
2 16
289: Remarks for sign workshop meeting, Atlanta, Georgia,
1970 March 30-April 3
2 17
290: "The Ecology of Native Vegetation"; -11th International Grassland Congress, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia,
1970 April 20
2 17
291: Texas Ta11y - 1970 yearbook of Stephen F. Austin State University,
1970 Spring
2 17
292: Chief Edward P. Cliff talks with members of Indonesian Forestry Delegation, Washington D. C.,
1970 June 12
2 17
293: Ceremony at Coeur d'Alene nursery at the planting of the Northern Region's two-hundred millionth seedling,
1970 June 22
2 17
294: Outdoor Writers Association of America meeting at Coeur d'Alene, Idaho,
1970 June 22
2 17
295: Outdoor Writers Association of America Environmental Quality Press Conference,
1970 June 22
3 1
296: Remarks at dedication of Boise Interagency Fire Center, Boise, Idaho,
1970 July 25
3 1
297: Remarks at presentation of "Fire Weather Handbook" to Secretary Hardin,
1970 August 4
3 1
298: Remarks at dedication of Crane Prairie Reservoir-Osprey Management Area, Deschutes National Forest, Send, Oregon,
1970 August 8
3 1
299: "Forest Service Seeks a Balanced Program With Full Concern for Quality of the Environment": Excerpts from statement by Chief Cliff in discussing F.Y. 1972 budget requests,
1970 August
3 1
300: Speech by Chief Cliff at Symposium on 'frees and Forests in an Urbanizing Environment, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts,
1970 August 18-21
3 1
301: U. S. - Japanese Natural Resources Conference, Washington D. C.,
1970 August 31
3 2
302: "Meeting Future Needs. for Softwood Lumber and Plywood": Critical issues report No, 5,
1970 September
3 2
303: Remarks to Work Supervisors of the summer USDA youth program, Washington D. C.,
1970 September 16
3 2
304: Chief's message to Forest Service employees,
1970 September 18
3 2
305: Statement at dedication of Trout Pond Recreation Area, Apalachicola National Forest, Tallahassee, Florida,
1970 September 26
3 2
306: "A Time to Reflect and Project - Federal Agency Viewpoints": 48th annual meeting of State Foresters, Santa Fe, New Mexico,
1970 September 28
3 2
307: Award to Philmont Scout Range and Explorer Base at the NASF banquet, Santa Fe, New Mexico,
1970 September 28
3 2
308: Remarks at 34th annual Mountain State Forest Festival and 50th anniversary of Monongahela National Forest, Elkins, West Virginia,
1970 October 1
3 2
309: Chief's introduction of Russell E. Train at West Virginia Forest Festival,
1970 October 1
3 2
310: Remarks at dedication of USDA Insect and Disease Laboratory, Delaware, Ohio,
1970 October 2
3 2
311: "Quality Production and Goals":
1970 October 16
3 2
312: "The Forest Service in the Seventies": A message to the Forest Service employees from the Chief,
1970 October 16
3 2
313: Statement at Work Conference on Forest Inventory and Management Planning, San Francisco, California,
1970 November 16
3 2
314: Summary of the Environmental Statement and Forest Service comments on Forest Management Reports on Timber Harvest on the Monongahela National Forest,
1970 December 8
3 3
315: "A Guide to Public Involvement in Decision Making": Critical Issues Booklet,
1971 January
3 3
316: "Forest Service Inventories National Timber": Washington D. C.,
1971 January 14
3 3
317: Opening statement at Regional Foresters and Directors meeting, Washington D, C.,
(See also; photo 84)
1971 January 18
3 3
318: Hatfield Bill (S. 350) American Forestry Act. Also comments from the Forest Service on the Bill,
1971 January 18
3 3
319: Statement of John McGuire, Associate Chief of the Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture, before the Subcommittee on Public Lands of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, on S. 350, the American Forestry Act, and S. 1734, the Forest Lands Recreation Act,
1971 March 10
3 3
320: Rural Community Development Revenue Sharing Act of 1971-President's message to Congress,
1971 March 10
3 3
321: IUFRO Congress opening ceremony, Congress of International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, Gainesville, Florida,
1971 March 15
3 3
322: Newsletter to Forest Service Personnel,
1971 March 17
3 3
323: Keynote address to Society o£ American Foresters, Washington D. C.,
1971 March 23
3 4
324: "More Trees for People": Article by Edward P. Cliff appearing in the April 1971 issue of American Forests.
undated
3 4
325: "Youth Conservation Corps - A Pilot Program":
1971 April 6
3 4
326: Public Land Policy Bill (HR. 7211), introduced by Representative Wayne Aspinall of Colorado,
1971 April 6
3 4
327: "Forest Service Takes Additional Environmental Protection Steps": Press release,
1971 April 19
3 4
328: Chief's statement before Subcommittee on Public Lands of the Committee on interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, on legislation that has been proposed for the protection, management, and control of free-roaming horses and burros on public lands,
1971 April 19
3 4
329: Senate bill (S. 1592) establishing clear-cutting practice study commission,
1971 April 20
3 4
330: Metc4lf bill (S, 1734) "Forest hands Restoration and Protection Act of 1.971";
1971 April 30
3 5
331: "Timber Management for a Quality Environment - National Forest Management Practices", CI Report No. 6,
1971 May
3 5
332: "National forests in Danger"; A Growing Dispute": U.S. News and World Report,
1971 May 3
3 5
333: Statement to Senate Subcommittee of Public Lands on the management of public lands, during the Church hearings,
(See also: research testimony prepared for the hearing on June 16, 1971).
1971 May 7
3 5
334: Legislative affairs in the Forest Service,
1971 May 11
3 5
335: Statement by Chief at Regional Foresters and Directors meeting, Fire Control Policy Seminar,
1971 May 11
3 5
336: "Zectron Approved for Forest Pest Control Use": Press release,
1971 May 12
3 6
337: Statement before the Subcommittee on Forests of the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, on H. R. 6082, to amend the Cooperative Forest Management Act,
1971 May 17
3 6
338: Statement before the Subcommittee on Forests of the Committee on Agriculture, House of Representatives, on H. R. 6084, to increase authorization for appropriations for cooperative forest fire protection,
1971 May 17
3 6
339: Statement before the Subcommittee on forests, of the House Committee on Agriculture, on H. R. 6086, the proposed Urban Environmental Forestry Act,
1971 May 17
3 6
340: Statement by Chief Cliff at the 1971 Southern Forestry Conference and 30th anniversary of the Forest Farmers Association, Pinehurst, North Carolina,
1971 May 20
3 6
341: Woodsy Owl environmental education campaign,
1971 June 2
3 6
342: Remarks on the mission of the forest Service in a technological society given at the. meeting of the "Road Gang", Washington D, C. (An association of highway industrymen),
1971 June 3
3 6
343: Report of the Ad. Hoc, Committee on Forestry to the 65th session, FAQ Council,. Rome, Italy,
1971 June 9
3 6
344: Research testimony presented at Church hearing,
1971 June 16
3 6
345: Remarks by Edward P. Cliff at Brasstown Bald, Georgia,
1971 June 19
3 6
346: "National Forest Lands Becoming Overtaxed": Joliet, Illinois, Herald News,
1971 June 21
3 6
347: "The Wilderness May Have To Be Rationed": Glendale, California, News Press,
1971 June 21
3 7
348: "The Forests and the Trees": Forbes,
1971 July 1
3 7
349: "Chief Cliff Return to the Home He Loves": Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah,
1971 July 7
3 7
350: Remarks at press conference in Wasatch National Forest, Supervisor's office, Salt Lake City, Utah,
1971 July 9
3 7
351: "National Forests in the Central Utah Project": Remarks at ground-breaking ceremony of the Soldier Creek Dam,
1971 July 10
3 7
352: Letter from the Dean of the College of Natural Resources, Utah State University, agreeing to accept the Chief's papers,
1971 July 12
3 7
353: Remarks at tree planting ceremony, Wenatchee National Forest, (Hunt-Wesson Foods Cooperative Project),
1971 July 14
3 7
354: "The Multiple Use Concept in Public Land Management": Remarks at combined meeting of the Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners, and the Association of Midwest Fish and Game Commissioners, held at Snowmass, Aspen, Colorado,
1971 July 20
3 7
355: Statement by .T, Phil Campbell, Under Secretary of Agriculture on H.R. 7211, Public Land Use Policy Act,
1971 July 27
3 7
356: Remarks at dedication of Round Meadow Youth Conservation Corps Camp, Catoctin Mountain Park, Thurmont, Maryland,
1971 August 5
3 7
357: "A Great and-Necessary Undertaking": Reprint from Southern Lumberman, Forest Service History Program,
1971 August 15
3 7
358: "A Network of National Forest Roads and Trails for Out Visitors": Remarks at dedication of the Sheridan Tourist Information Center, Sheridan, Wyoming,
1971 August 25
3 8
359: Notice of appointment of new President's Advisory Panel on Timber and the Environment,
1971 September 2
3 8
360: Statement by Chief to Senate Subcommittee on Parks and Recreation of Interior Committee, on S-1977, on the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area,
1971 September 14
3 8
361: Remarks at press conference launching "Woodsy Owl" program USDA Administration Building, Washington D. C.,
1971 September 15
3 8
362: "Woodsy Owl" clipsheet,
(See also: photos 85-86).
1971 September 15
3 8
363: Recreation of Interior Committee, on S-717, the Hells Canyon-Snake National River,
1971 September 16
3 8
364: Forest pathology book by Dr. Kepting is hailed: Clipping from Asheville Citizen Newspaper,
1971 September 20
3 8
365: Department of Agriculture statement on S-2450, bill to establish land use policy,
1971 September 23
3 8
366: "Forest Management: New Directions For the Seventies": Remarks at annual convention of Society of American Foresters, Cleveland, Ohio,
1971 September 29
3 9
367: "Our Research Natural Areas":. Article in October 1971 issue of American Forests Magazine,
1971 October
3 9
368: "A Review of Minority Group Participation in and Benefits froze forest Service Programs"; Remarks at the: USDA Citizens' Advisory Committee on Cavil Rights,
1971 October 5
3 9
369: "Preshtigo Fire Lesson Still Being Learned": Preshtigo, Wisconsin,
1971 October 7
3 9
370: Aerial. Firefighting Research Grant mady by Forest Service,
1971 October 7
3 9
371: Statement to Senate Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs about S-2454, to expand the Youth Conservation Corps Pilot Program,
1971 October 14
3 9
372: Remarks at dedication of Lake Hinkle, Jones Creek Water Development, Foteau River Watershed, Waldron, Arkansas,
1971 October 15
3 9
373: Remarks at meeting of National Association of State Foresters, Honolulu, Hawaii,
1971 October 18
3 9
374: "Environmental Considerations in the Management of the South's National Forests": Forest Farmer magazine,
1971 November
3 9
375: "Watersheds-The Double Cue: Quality and Quantity": Remarks at the National Water Resources Association Convention, Dallas, Texas,
1971 November 4
3 9
376: "Two Views on Clearcutting": Forest Service press clippings,
1971 November 11
3 9
377: Remarks to the Natural Resources Management-Conservation Committee of the National Association of Manufacturers, Washington D. C.,
1971 November 12
3 9
378: "Smokey Bear Adopts An Heir": Press release,
1971 November 15
3 9
379: "The Forest Service and the Southern Lumberman": Article for 90th anniversary edition of Southern Lumberman magazine,
1971 December
3 9
380: Background summary of Chief's leadership in conservation. and wildlife,
1971 December
3 9
381: "Don't Beat the Hired Man'": Editorial in the Bennington Banner,
1971 December 4
3 9
382: Remarks to the Advisory Committee on state and private forestry, Washington D. C.,
1971 December 7
3 10
383: "National Forests: Physical Abuses and Policy Conflicts'": New York Times,
1971 November 14
3 10
384: "National Forests: Timber Minus Conservationists'": New York Times,
1971 November 15
3 10
385: "Forest Failure": Editorial in the New York Times,
1971 November 21
3 10
386: Chief's full reply to Times articles of
(Drafted on December 1, 1971).
1971 November 15-21
3 10
387: Reply of William E. Towell to the editorial printed in the New York Times on November 21, 1971, entitled "Forest Failure". Reply appeared in the New York Times,
1971 December 12
3 10
388: "The Crisis of Our National Forests": Reader's Digest,
(A reprint of an article by James Nathan Miller).
1971 December
3 10
389: Letter from Chief to the roving editor, Reader's Digest,
1971 December 3
3 10
390: "Crisis of our National Forests": Forest Service statement on article,
1971 December 6
3 10
391: "The Chain Saw Cometh": Atlantic Monthly,
1971 December
3 10
39: Letter from Chief to the editor of Atlantic magazine,
1971 December 7
3 10
393: Statement in Atlantic article, "Warning: The Chain Saw Cometh",,
1971 December 20
3 10
394: Chief's letter as printed in Atlantic, February 1972. Paul Brooks' reply to Chief,
1972 February
3 11
395: "The United States Forest Service: Smokey's Strip Miners": Washington Monthly,
1971 December
3 11
396: Letter from Chief to editor of The Washington Monthly,
1971 December 7
3 11
397: Chief's letter as printed in The Washington Monthly, February 1972. Author's reply to Chief, February 1972. Letter from William L. Putnam,
1972 February
3 11
398: "U.S. Timberland Overestimated," Denver Post,
1971 December 20
3 11
399: Column by Clark Mollenhoff in the Des Moines Register-Tribune,
1972 January 3
3 11
400: "Don't Pillage Our Forests," The Great Falls Tribune, Great Falls, Montana,
1972 January 3
3 11
401: Chief's letter to Great Falls Tribune, Great Falls, Montana,
1972 January 20
3 11
402: "Career Foresters Suffer in Silence," Oregon Journal, Portland, Oregon, Written by Roy J. Beadle
1972 January 29
3 12
403: Statement on proposed executive order related to timber harvesting practices on public lands,
1972 January 20
3 12
404: Remarks at the annual Regional Foresters and Directors meeting, Washington D. C.,
1972 February 1
3 12
405: "Clearcutting National Forests: Lumber Lobby," The New Republic magazine,
1972 February 5
3 12
406: "Alternatives For Preserving and Managing National Forest Wild Land Values in the East,"
1972 February 10
3 12
407: Article by Chief for 75th anniversary celebration of the Uinta National Forest, Provo, Utah. "Forests Are For the People": Talk by Senator Frank E. Moss,
1972 February 22
3 12
408: Press release-"Public Help Sought to Identify Eastern Wild Areas,"
1972 February 25
3 12
409: "Environmental Emphasis in Forest Service Programs":
1972 March
3 12
410: Biographical Sketch of Chief Cliff in Ecology. (Events of 1971)
3 12
411: "Clearcutting in the National Forests": Summary report by five Deans of Forestry, Congressional Record, (Senate).
1972 March 1
3 12
412: Press clippings: "Forestry School Deans Favor Living With Clearcutting," Portland Oregonian, Portland, Oregon,
1972 March 3
3 12
413: "Multiple Use Management Review of Undeveloped Roadless Areas on the National Forests,"
1972 March 3
3 12
414: "Use of Lands Debate Topic," Denver Post,
1972 March 29
3 12
415: "United States Forest Service Tightening up on Clearcutting and Mining Methods,"
1972 March 9
3 12
416: "Completing National Survey of Possible Wilderness Areas in National Forests," Western Newspapers Feature,
1972 March 9
3 13
417: "Trails": Remarks at the panel of trails, 37th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Mexico City, Mexico,
1972 March 14
3 13
418: Press release: "Forest Service Involves Public Widely in Wilderness Program,"
1972 March 15
3 13
419: "Chief Cliff Sets Record": Friday newsletter,
1972 March 17
3 13
420: "Forest Service Chief to retire: Successor Named,"
1972 March 17
3 13
421: "Forest Service Chief to Retire: Approved Draft,"
1972 March 29
3 13
422: "Chief Cliff to Retire: Successor Named," State and Private Forestry Management Digest,
1972 March 30
3 13
423: "Utahan to Retire as Forest Commissioner," The Daily Herald, Provo, Utah, Tuesday,
1972 April 4
3 13
424: "Forest Service Chief Who Started Career at Leavenworth to Retire," Wenatchee World, Wenatchee, West Virginia,
1972 March 21
3 13
425: Item appearing in History Line, a publication of the History Education and Information Division of the Forest Service, on F. P. Cliff's retirement,
1972 April 24
3 13
426: "Next Chief Likes Publicity," The Portland Oregonian, Portland, Oregon,
1972 March 25
3 13
427: "Hail and Farewell to Chief Cliff," Tribute by Representative Ronalio of Wyoming in Congressional Record,
1972 March 27
3 13
428: "Forest Service Booklet on Wildlife Published,"
1972 March 21
3 13
429: "The State of Forestry in the United States": Sixth session of the North American Forestry Commission, Washington D. C.,
(See also: photo 101).
1972 March 27
3 13
430: "Forest Service Will Use Clearcutting Guidelines,"
1972 March 20-31
3 13
431: Remarks at dedication of McKelvey National Forest, Steer Creek Campground, Nemzel, Nebraska,
1972 April 22
3 13
432: Remarks at Arbor Day centennial, Nebraska City, Nebraska,
1972 April 23
3 13
433: Statement of Edward P. Cliff before the subcommittee on Public Lands of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, on S. 2028, relating to administration of grazing districts,
1972 April 27
3 13
434: "Public Land and Grazing Fees for 1972,"
1972 January 3
3 13
435: Retirement reception for Edward P. Cliff at the Marriot Lodge, Arlington, Virginia,
1972 April
3 13
436: Reception invitation,
(See also: photos 102-114).
1972 April
3 13
437: Farewell. party for the Chief,
1972 April 29
3 13
438: Remarks to the National Forest Products Association annual meeting, Washington D. C.,
1972 May 8

Special ReportsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
3 14
439: Even-age Management on the Monongahela National Forest
undated
3 14
440: Timber Management for a Quality Enviroment
undated
3 15
441: Management Practices on the Bitterroot National Forest
undated
3 16
442: Bid Game Management on Public Lands.
undated
3 16
443: Forests For All
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3 16
444: National Forest Management in a Quality Environment
undated
3 17
445: Forest Management in Wyoming
undated

Speeches, publications, and biographical information, 1972-1983Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
4 1
Speeches given by Cliff,
1972-1983
Timber Supply & Demand,
1972
World's Resources & Reserves & US Policy - Timber,
1973
Solar Kilns for Drying Lumber: State of the Art Review,
1974
Coordination of Reforestation & Ecology,
1979
Camp Roosevelt-The Beginning of a Living Legacy,
1983
Reflorestamento e Ecologia, undated (speech given in Brazil)
undated
4 2
Handbook for Manual Planting on Rough Rocky Areas, prepared for Serra do Cabral Agro-Industria, South American,
1982
4 3
Publications
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Cliff, Edward P., Timber; World Resources and Reserves and United States Policy, National Forest Products Association, Washington DC,
1973
Cliff, Edward P., "Timber Resources," Denver Law Journal, Vol 54, No. 3-4, 507-533
1977
Cliff, Edward P., "Heroic Dimensions; TR Began the Era of Resource Conservation," Theodore Roosevelt Association Journal,
1983 Summer
4 4
Cliff's vitae and miscellaneous biographies of Cliff.
undated

Index, undatedReturn to Top

Description Dates
A
undated
Alaska Forests, 92, 94, 95, 260, 391, 394
undated
Arizona Forests, 125
undated
Arkansas Forests, 372
undated
C
undated
California Forests, 55, 99, 247, 266
undated
Cliff, Edward P. -- Biographical data, 5, 17, 18, 57, 108, 147, 167, 169, 170, 173, 177, 221, 285, 349, 352, 380, 410, 419, 420, 421, 423, 423, 424, 425, 427, 435, 437
undated
Colorado Forests, 10, 14, 206, 223, 224
undated
Congressional bills, 25, 225, 241, 247, 250, 252, 255, 277, 318, 326, 329, 330, 334, 337, 338, 339, 355, 360, 363, 365, 371, 433
undated
F
undated
Fire Protection, 23, 27, 60, 146, 297, 335, 338, 353, 369, 370, 378
undated
Fishing: See recreation Florida Forests, 182 Forest Conservation, 28, 64, 66, 101, 104, 119, 123, 126, 197, 226, 227, 237, 242, 261, 295, 318, 140, 353, 373, 380, 384, 388, 406, 432, 439, 440
undated
Forest Ecology, 215, 227, 284, 290a, 290b, 290c, 295, 309, 362, 409, 410, 291
undated
Forest Management, 7, 19, 23, 26, 34, 35, 36, 40, 43, 44, 45, 46, 50, 51, 55, 56, 62, 66, 69, 74, 76, 77, 80, 85, 86, 88, 89, 93, 97, 105, 111, 112, 118, 120, 121, 122, 127, 128, 132, 138, 141, 143, 144, 145, 149, 150, 151, 152, 154, 159, 160, 162, 163, 168, 181, 182, 184, 189, 191, 194, 196, 201, 205, 206, 211, 213, 224, 228, 222, 230, 231, 244, 245, 251, 252, 253, 258, 262, 265, 270, 272, 281, 282, 284, 288, 289, 293, 249, 306, 315, 317, 319, 320, 321, 323, 339, 340, 342, 343, 346, 354, 355, 361, 366, 367, 373, 382, 383, 386, 389, 390, 396, 404, 414, 416, 426, 429, 432, 439, 441, 443, 444, 445
undated
Forest Pathology, 15, 21, 284, 296, 336, 364
undated
Forest Policy, 2, 7, 8, 15, 21, 22, 23, 41, 45, 50, 56, 71, 73, 74, 12, 76, 79, 80, 84, 93, 110, 111, 114, 118, 125, 127, 128, 130, 131, 132, 137, 143, 152, 154, 156, 157, 161, 162, 166, 168, 171, 172, 174, 175, 179, 183, 184, 194, 195, 200, 204, 216, 219, 227, 228, 230, 235, 236, 244, 246, 247, 254, 255, 260, 261, 262, 264, 270, 272, 274, 275, 276, 279, 281, 282, 286, 295, 304, 311, 312, 313, 320, 322, 323, 342, 366, 382, 411, 439
undated
Forest Products: See Timber Harvesting and Wood Products Forest Research: See Forest Management and Forest Policy Forest Transportation Systems, 25, 37, 134, 201, 358, 417, 441
undated
G
undated
Georgia Forests, 253, 345
undated
H
undated
Hunting: See Recreation
undated
I
undated
Insect Infestations: See Forest Pathology Idaho Forests, 67, 96, 363
undated
K
undated
Kennedy, John F., 126 Kentucky Forests, 160, 178
undated
L
undated
Livestock and Grazing, 2, 3, 10, 12, 20, 33, 34, 35, 249, 328, 433, 259, 434, 441
undated
Louisiana Forests, 102, 103, 130
undated
M
undated
Michigan Forests, 88, 212 Mississippi Forests, 165, 239 Mining, 19, 28, 29; 47, 136, 278, 296, 395, 415
undated
Montana Forests, 67, 250, 333, 441
undated
Morton, Sterling V., 432
undated
Multiple Use Management: See Forest Management
undated
N
undated
Nebraska Forests, 431 New Mexico Forests, 258 North Carolina Forests, 42, 133, 183
undated
0
undated
Oregon Forests, 75, 207, 219, 360
undated
P
undated
Price, Jay, 229
undated
Pollution and Forests, 185, 295, 309, 341, 353, 361, 362, 409, 410
undated
R
undated
Range Management, 4, 6, 33, 190, 290, 290b, 290c, 290d Recreation and Recreation Areas, 1, 10, 12, 14, 18, 19, 30, 31, 32, 33, 38, 49, 53, 54, 58, 68, 71, 87, 91, 117, 139, 140, 142, 158
undated
S
undated
Soil Conservation, 16, 45, 78, 344
undated
South Vietnam Forest Policy, 176
undated
T
undated
Tennessee Forests, 238
undated
Timber Access Roads, 20, 24, 25, 37
undated
Timber Harvesting and Wood Products, 8, 10, 12, 19, 39, 63, 71, 79, 100, 115, 141, 148, 186, 188, 220, 230, 241, 248, 259, 271, 277, 282, 284, 296, 300, 302, 314, 331, 332, 333, 344, 348, 359, 376, 379, 386, 388, 390, 391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 397, 399, 401, 402, 403, 405, 411, 412, 415, 430, 441, 444, 445
undated
Timber Management and Production, 18, 21, 26, 39, 49, 74, 79, 85, 107, 109, 132, 134, 141, 152, 159, 164, 179, 192, 216, 230, 234, 241, 244, 248, 252, 255, 256, 262, 268, 269, 270, 271, 273, 274, 277, 282, 284, 287, 293, 300, 302, 316, 324, 327, 331, 333, 343, 388, 392, 394, 396, 398, 400, 438, 439, 444, 445
undated
U
undated
United States Forest Service, 65, 69, 72, 83, 90, 105, 132, 144, 153, 174, 180, 1.95, 218, 232, 236, 274, 299, 310, 315, 357, 285, 425, 445
undated
United States Forest Service -- Personnel, 9, 13, 16, 33, 61, 87, 97, 108, 118, 124, 155, 163, 187, 195, 203, 218, 243, 261, 274, 276, 303, 307, 325, 356, 368, 371, 381, 402, 422, 425, 426, 445
undated
Utah Forests, 129, 181, 232, 350, 351, 407
undated
V
undated
Virginia Forests, 217
undated
W
undated
Washington Forests, 116, 219
undated
Watershed Management, 9, 10, 12, 16, 23, 33, 34, 45, 78, 98, 129, 282, 301, 372, 375, 441, 439
undated
West Virginia, 209, 308, 314, 333, 439
undated
Wilderness Areas, 71, 81, 82, 136, 142, 143, 144, 199, 225, 247, 250, 347, 347x, 387, 406, 408, 415, 418, 422
undated
Wildlife Management, 1, 3, 8, 10, 11, 12, 19, 30, 31, 33, 48, 70, 140, 144, 198, 257, 282, 298, 380, 428, 439, 441, 442 Wyoming Forests, 8, 164, 232, 333, 445
undated
Z
undated
Zon, Rafael, 208
undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • Forest management--United States.
  • Forest management--West (U.S.)
  • Forest policy--United States.
  • Forest policy--West (U.S.)
  • Forests and forestry--Multiple use--United States.
  • Forests and forestry--Multiple use--West (U.S.)

Personal Names

  • Cliff, Edward P. (Edward Parley), 1909-1987.

Corporate Names

  • United States. Forest Service.