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Richard G. Beidleman Papers, Part 1, Ms 0272 and Part 2, Ms 0402

BIOGRAPHY

Born: Grand Forks, North Dakota June 3, 1923.
Died: 2014.

Education:
Brown University 1940-41
University of Colorado 1941-43
University of New Mexico 1943
University of Colorado 1946-47. B.A. (Biology); M.A. (Biology), 1948; Ph.D. (Biology, Ecology) 1954.

Teaching:
1948-56 – Colorado State University
1956-57 - University of Colorado
1957-1990 – Colorado College

PART 1 SCOPE AND CONTENT

This collection reflects Richard Beidleman's vast interest and involvement in areas of biology, zoology, the environment, and Colorado Springs/Pikes Peak Region issues. The materials in this collection are personal papers, reports of organizations and their projects, reports compiled by Beidleman, correspondence, teaching materials, and articles.

Richard Beidleman's experience as a teacher, naturalist, civic activist, researcher and author provide data for the study of the National Forests, the Pikes Peak Region, Colorado College, the Southwest, the West, the environment and the National Science Foundation, plants and animals, among other topics. He was author or co-author of more than 250 books, articles, pamphlets, motion picture reviews, textbooks and guides.

INVENTORY

BOX 1:

folder 1 NSF/CC Science Institutes (RGB) – Miscellaneous

NSF/CC Summer Science Institute for Teachers (Beidleman, Director)
folder 2 1959
folder 3 1960
folder 4 1961
folder 5 1962
folder 6 1963
folder 7 1964

NSF/CC Aspen Summer Institute in Field Biology for Secondary School teachers, with Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. (Beidleman Co-Director)
folder 8 1962
folder 9 1963
folder 10 1964
folder 11 1966 (Enderson Co-director; RGB visiting lecturer)

NSF/CC Summer Secondary School Student Training Program (sstp) (Beidleman Director)
folder 12 1959
folder 13 1960
folder 14 1961
folder 15 1962
folder 16 1963
folder 17 1964
folder 18 1968
folder 19 1969 (RGB biology section professor)

folder 20 NSF/CC 1961-62 Academic Year In-service Science Institute for Junior High School Teachers (Beidleman director)

folder 21 NSF/CC 1962-63 Academic Year In-service Science Institute for Elementary School Teachers (Beidleman, Director)

Colorado College Summer Institutes:

folder 22 1969 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak region (RGB Co-Director)
folder 23 1970 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak Region (RGB Director)
folder 24 1971 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak Region (RGB Co-Director)
folder 25 1972 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak Region (RGB Co-Director)
folder 26 1973 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak Region (RGB Co-Director)
folder 27 1974 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak Region (RGB Co- Director)
folder 28 1975 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak Region (RGB Co- Director)
folder 29 1976 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak Region (RGB Co- Director)
folder 30 1977 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak Region (RGB Co- Director)
folder 31 1983 Ecosystems of the Pikes Peak Region (RGB Director)
folder 32 NSF/CC Summer 1978 Natural History of the Pikes Peak Region (Beidleman Co-Director)
folder 33 CC Urban Institute summer 1981 (Beidleman, Faculty)
folder 34 CC Mountain Institute summer 1982 (Beidleman, Faculty)

Rocky Mountain Nature Association (Rocky Mt. Nat. Park) Seminars:

folder 35 1971 Animal Ecology seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 36 1972 Animal Ecology seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 37 1973 Animal Ecology seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 38 1973 Winter Ecology seminar. March (RGB)
folder 39 1974 Animal Ecology seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 40 1974 Autumn Ecology/Animal Behavior Seminar.

September (Beidleman and Vargo)

folder 41 1975 Rocky Mountain Ecosystems seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 42 1976 Rocky Mountain Ecosystems seminar. Summer (RGB) 1976 Fall Ecology Seminar. September (RGB, Vargo)
folder 43 1977 Rocky Mountain Ecosystems Seminar. Summer (RGB) 1977 Bird Ecology Seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 44 1978 Rocky Mountain Ecosystems Seminar. Summer (RGB) 1978 Bird Ecology Seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 45 1979 Rocky Mountain Ecosystems Seminar. Summer (RGB) 1979 Bird Ecology Seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 46 1980 Rocky Mountain Ecosystems Seminar. Summer (RGB) 1980 Bird Ecology Seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 47 1981 Rocky Mountain Ecosystems Seminar. Summer (RGB) 1981 Bird Ecology Seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 48 1982 Rocky Mountain Ecosystems Seminar. Summer (RGB) 1982 Bird Ecology Seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 49 1983 Rocky Mountain Ecosystems Seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 50 1984 Bird Ecology Seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 51 1985 Bird Ecology Seminar. Summer (RGB)
folder 52 1987 Bird Ecology Seminar. Summer (RGB)

BOX 2:

Seminar on Environmental Arts and Sciences (SEAS) (Thorne Ecol. Inst.) Aspen (RGB staff and steering committee)

folder 1 Summer 1967
folder 2 Summer 1968
folder 3 Summer 1969
folder 4 Summer 1970
folder 5 Summer 1971
folder 6 Summer 1972
folder 7 Summer 1973
folder 8 Summer 1974
folder 9 SEAS 1980's
folder 10 SEAS Steering Committee 1982

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) Bird Ecology Seminars (RGB instructor)

folder 11 1980
folder 12 1981
folder 13 1982
folder 14 1983
folder 15 1984
folder 16 1985
folder 17 ACES Bird lists, field maps etc.

folder 18 Amer. Inst. Biology Sciences Short Course: Scientific Writing. Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz. June 16-20, 1973 Instructors: RGB and Sam Gadd.

folder 19 Denver Audubon Society/Northern Colorado University. Grasslands Institute. June 1965. RGB, staff.

folder 20 National Wildlife Federation, Estes Park Summit. July 1976. RGB: short course "Science in Frontier America"

folder 21 Colorado College Academic Year Science Institute for Elementary School Teachers. Durango, CO. 1962-63 RGB, Director.

folder 22 Colorado College Biology Dept./ Denver Museum of Natural History, Baja Mexico ecology courses and other CC extension courses.

University of Colorado (Colorado Springs) Extension Biology Course (RGB, Instructor)

folder 23 1961-62
folder 24 1963-64
folder 25 1965-66

folder 26 Colorado College Deep Springs Science Program 1959 (RGB, Director)
folder 27 Colorado College Ford Independent Study Program (FISP) (RGB staff)
folder 28 Colorado College Selected Students Program 1962... (RGB staff)
folder 29 SS Sophomore Science course: Cosmology and Evolution (RGB & Fischer)
folder 30 Colorado College Nurses program (RGB instructor)
folder 31 CC Evolution extension course (RGB instructor)
folder 32 Rocky Mountain Center on Environment (ROMCO) News Media Seminar. Utah. October,1973.
folder 33 Colorado College Zoology Seminar of Scientific Writing and Research. (RGB and Enderson)
folder 34 Colorado College Zoology 409-410 Research Project Courses (No Papers)
folder 35 CC Lola Belville special biology correspondence course (RGB instructor)
folder 36 Beidleman - copies of course examinations
folder 37 Beidleman - RGB courses, student rosters
folder 38 Beidleman - RGB courses, student rosters (continued)
folder 39 Beidleman - advisee lists (incomplete)
folder 40 Colorado College printed course schedules 1959

BOX 3 - Regional mining quarries, especially Castle Concrete Operations.

A. Mining (general and regional)
B. Pikes Peak Area: Mineral Resources report, etc.
C. Avenger Quarry Claims - Ute Pass
D. Waldo Canyon (Ute Pass) Quarry
E. Mountain Shadows Area proposed gravel quarry 1988-89 (Moonlight Hills Strip Mine)
F. Other Colorado Springs Area mining activity including coal
G. Colorado Mined Land Reclamation Act/Board "gutting attempt" by Colorado Legislature - etc.
H. Front Range Mining Withdrawal Bill, etc. 1970-71; and others early mining restriction attempts
I. 1989-90 Legislative Bills re Front Range Quarries, and other recent attempts to control mining
J. Front Range Mining Scars Commission information, including reports 1989-90
K. Castle Concrete Company (etc.) Quarry Operations
1. Castle Concrete (etc.) historical background including past and present ownership
2. Castle Concrete Quarrying: Chronology
3. Castle Concrete - assorted newspaper clippings: pre 1980
4. Castle Concrete - assorted newspaper clippings: 1980 to 1990 see also folder 19.
5. Castle Concrete Quarries reclamation
6. Castle Concrete Quarries - miscellaneous
7. Castle Concrete - mined land reclamation board hearings 1977, and related items
8. Recommendations on reclamation by SPABA, etc., 1980
9. Castle Concrete 1971 application to Colorado Springs for water; and associated meetings
10. Castle Concrete - request for enlargement of Snyder Quarry 1989-90
11. Queen's Canyon Quarry "gift offer" to the City of Colorado Springs for park purposes 1974-75.
12. Proposed Queen's Canyon Wildlife Refuge (Colorado Division of Wildlife; especially Big Horn Sheep)
13. Castle Concrete Quarries: student and other research reports
14. Castle Concrete Quarry: Beidleman (and Wilder) 35mm slides
15. Castle Concrete Quarries: dust pollution
16. Queen's Canyon Quarry: High Pointe Development (Helenberg, with Thorne report)
17. Snyder Quarry Court Case - 1971
18. Snyder Quarry Court Case - 1974
19. Castle Concrete Quarries: Letters to the editor. see also folders 3 and 4.
20. Castle Concrete Company propaganda, promises, PR
21. Dames and Moore Report on Snyder Quarry 1973
22. Castle Concrete Quarries - miscellaneous photographs
23. Castle Concrete Company - miscellaneous quotations & statements
24. SPABA and other summary reports on Castle Concrete operations, see also file 8.
25. Castle Concrete Quarries - spills and other defacements

BOX 4

[ A ] Mostly RGB Research Projects and Consulting (note: there may be some associated maps in some other RGB file Collection)

IBP Grassland Biome Project
South Front Range Planning Team 1969, see reports
South Front Range Task Force 1980
Glenwood Canyon/Cottonwood Pass Highway Routes Project
Broadmoor Property Development - David Sellon
Public Service Co. power plant site projects - Ken R. White
Co. - Walsenburg Site, Fowler Site
Conklin and Rossant, architects - miscellaneous 1972-
Happy Canyon Project - RGB for Thorne
EPA-ROMCO Land use project
Colorado Springs Car Barn Env. Impact Assessment - RGB
IMPORTANT: Henderson West project - American Metals Climax
1970-71 studies RGB and John Marr, with 10 year reports
AMAX project ecology
Black Thunder Coal Project - Atlantic Richfield
Conklin and Rossant - Powder River Basin New Towns Project
Denver Water Board - ROMCO project RGB
Spanish Peaks Research Station project
White River project - David Fleming RGB
Monument Sewage Lagoon study
Reports on Grand Valley New-Town project for Conklin & Roussant - See maps and aerials
Trinity Ranch Reports for Episcopal Church - Wetmore
Perry Park Ranch South Project - Beidleman and Fischer
Fort Union Ranch, New Mexico see also map
Consolidated Space Center Landscaping - with RGB report - See map
Northern Arizona University consulting - RGB
Temple Buell College consulting - RGB
Interstate 70 Hogback Interpretive project - RGB et al
Vail Pass Highway Route 70 project - Marr & RGB (Barton, Stoddard, Milhollin & Higgins)
Denver PRT (RTD) project - Wirth-Berger Associates (see maps)
Colorado History Film Strip Project - Educational Services & Supply

BOX 5

[ B ] Especially Bear Creek and other Colorado Springs Parks

Bear Creek area aquatic studies
Bear Creek - winter bird population studies 1975-76
Bear Creek Breeding Bird Study - Pam Polite 1977
Bear Creek area brushland studies
Bear Creek south-facing Ponderosa Woodland studies (entrance to canyon)
Bear Creek north-facing Douglas Fir Forest studies (entrance to canyon)
Bear Creek Riparian Ecosystem studies
Bear Creek grassland area studies
Bear Creek Dakota Hogback ecological study
Bear Creek fireburn reports
Garden of the Gods - many studies and reports
Laxon, John B. 1970 bird population dynamics in the Garden of the Gods
Beatty, Barb and Bob Parmenter A Winter field guide to the plants in the pinyon-juniper woodland - G of G 1973
R. Keith Hook & Associates 1974 Garden of the Gods Scope of Services
EDAW Inc. a master plan for G of Gods (proposed)
THK Associates 1974 G of Gods proposed master plan
Strang, Clarice and M.Tomabechi 1976 Inventory of G of Gods
birds and correlation of soil and vegetation
Anonymous n.d. An ecological survey of G of Gods
Smith, Gretchen 1987 ecological evaluation of proposed site for new visitor center
Other studies on proposed visitor center site 1987
White House Ranch Studies
Cheyenne Canyon Park Studies
Pulpit Rock Park Studies
Loeffler, Charles Wildlife Management Concept for Colorado Springs Parks
Palmer Park Deed Conditions etc.
Monument Valley Park studies etc.
Redwing Marsh (Aiken Aud. Soc.)
Sondermann Park
Rockrimmon Park - ecological study for park dept.
Tejon Marsh Wildlife Area
Wirth-Berger Littleton Flood Plain Park Proposal - RGB
Pueblo West Ecological Report - RGB/Liz Wright Ingraham
Thorne - Western Energy project
ROMCO Two Forks project
Colorado Wild. Div. Wildlife species database project
Miscellaneous Consulting projects - RGB
Great Western Cities project - RGB
Seybold, Martin E. An interpretive master plan for G of Gods Park, Colorado 1979

BOX 6

[ C ]

Kew Gardens Flagpole article material
John Bidwell article material
Sierra Club proposed R.M. Guide Project - RGB
RGB - writing
RGB - professional job offers
RGB/CC FISP program (Ford independent study program
Nat. Sci. Found. Evaluation Panels - RGB

BOX 6.2

AIBS visiting lectures at CC
AIBS visiting biologist program - RGB lectures
AIBS Ecol. Soc. Amer. field trip to Mt. Evans 1964
AIBS symposium - RGB 1964
AIBS single concept film project - RGB (Deserts & Grasslands)
F.E. Compton Natural Science Dictionary project - RGB
Nat. Park service, Rocky Mt. Nat. Park Integration
Experiment 1956 incl. report to National ParkS by RGB
RGB - lectures and field trips - see also Beidleman File Box J
Lippincott - proposed frontier science book correspondence.
N.S.F. /Colorado Wyoming Academy Science Visiting scientist program 1959-60

BOX 7

[ D ] Much correspondence, incl. recommendations, and other items.
Letters:
Keith Hay (former student; Amer. Petr. Assn., Fish & Wildlife serv. etc.)
Oscar Soule (former CC student, prof. at Evergreen state)
Hugo G. Rodeck (CU Museum)
Oakley Thorne (Thorne Ecol. Inst.)
Hazel Mertz (RGB - NSF secretary)
Hugh Kingery (Colorado Ornithology)
C.M. Goethe (patron of natural science)
Ferrel Atkins (mathematics professor)
Letters of recommendation - misc.
Barr Lake State Park
Mueller State Park
Nature trails
Commission on Undegraduate Education in Biological Sciences
New Tutt Library (RGB committee chairman)
Colorado State Conservation Education committee
Frost-Hanna Ranch natural history studies
Kelly, Reed
Student letters
Non-student letters
Brown, F. Martin
Fleming, Peggy
Grevey, Eileen
Kennedy, Patricia
Lubchenco, Jane
Smith, Sharon
Trimble, Stephan
Zwinger, Ann
Garden of the Gods - Registered Natural Landmark Designation Proposal (R&B)
Garden of the Gods - 1885 photo by William Jackson (Put in ColoRm Photo File)

BOX 8

[ E ]
Cheyenne Creek Ecological Studies
Developments - Colorado Springs Area
Fires
Floods, Flood Plains, etc. Colorado Springs and general
Tuscon (Arizona) Floods
Big Thompson Canyon flood - 1976
Estes Park flood - 1982
Corporate Center Development (on Monument Creek at Woodman Valley Rd)
Packard development on Monument Creek at Fillmore
Garden of the Gods and Buffers
Alice Forbes Perkins Hooper's Letters re: Perkins gift of G of Gods
Davis addition to Garden of the Gods (including copy of deed)
Hillside Ordinance, Foothills Ordinance, Land stripping
Ordinances - Colorado Springs Area
Land Use and Beautification

BOX 9

[ F ]

James Watt - Secretary of the Interior
Sagebrush Revolution
Ann Gorsuch (EPA director, Colorado legislator) and Robert Burford (Director, Bur. Land Mgmt. and CO legislator)
Steve Durham - Colorado legislator; EPA regional director
RGB Correspondence with congressman, governors, etc.
El Paso County commissioner Jack Mitchell Jr
Colorado Springs Mayor Larry Ochs
Colorado State Legislator backgrounds, etc.
Aries, Frank (C.S. - Arizona developer) Also includes Banning Lewis Ranch, Mobil Development Co., etc.)
Local Developers (misc.)
Union Blvd. Extension
Other Colorado Springs Roads (some Union Blvd.)
Rampart American - Cedar Heights developments (many; see also maps)
Rampart Heights Development
Palmer foundation

BOX 10

[ G ]

Gold Hill Mesa development (21st street)
Growth Issues - Colorado Springs, El Paso Co., Colorado
Aspen Woodland destruction - Colorado
Regional (Colorado) Weather (incl. C.S.)
Acacia Park Plan 1972
Colorado and Colorado Springs water issues
Broadview Ranch Developments (the Mesa)
Colorado Springs Equestrian center
Blair Bridge Park
Parks and Open Space - Pikes Peak Region
Colorado Springs Parks (misc)
Air, Water and land (dumps) pollution - Pikes Peak Regional esp. Pikes Peak Air Quality
El Paso County Air Quality Advisory Committee
Fountain-Monument Creeks Report: Nelson, Haley, Patterson and Quirk
White House Ranch (including Vrooman deed)
Willman & Curry - An Appraisal of the White House Ranch 1968
White House Ranch Committee
White House Ranch Indian Encampments
Parks (not Colorado Springs), including state parks
Shopping Centers (including inventories)
Garden of the Gods Landmark Proposal (RGB) and related documents
Royal Gorge Landmark proposal (RGB) and related documents
Univ. Colorado Museum Summer Lecture Series - RGB, director, 1957-70
Cave of the Winds - historic
Colorado Lottery (especially re parks)
Eastonville, Colorado (agricultural ghost town)
Fort Carson expansion (including Pinon Canyon)
Noise Pollution (including impact on wildlife)
Community Planning and research council (C.S.)
Ken Kramer - Colorado representative and legislator

BOX 11

[ H ]

Developer's brochures - miscellaneous
SPABA (Springs Area Beautiful Association)
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
Colorado/Colorado Springs economic development advertisements, etc.
EPA - including environmental impact statements
Clear Cutting
Griffis, William - "The effects of clearcutting as a timber harvesting technique"
Sudbury, Canada, Mining/Refining Impact
U.S. Soil Conservation Service - Critical Area planting
Florissant area Colorado College field site (Cameron; part later becomes Colorado College cabin area)
U.S. Geol. Survey Environmental Impact Evaluation Circular
Lane and Jones 1981 - Residential development proposal for Uintah at Mesa Road
Solar Energy
Geologic Hazards - general
Winter Olympics in Colorado 1976
Colorado Natural Vegetation Bibliography
Donald VanHorn - Colorado Biogeography
21st street putting green - ecological studies with slides
Blue Mesa Reservoir development - studies and reports (incl. slides)
Greenland Ranch project (RGB - Centennial Engineering)
Other Greenland Ranch Studies
Denver Museum of Natural History - proposed Frontier
Naturalist Exhibit - 1984
Gas Station "population density" studies - Colorado Springs
Mann, Robert C. A study of succession on a mud slide (Marble, CO)
U.S. Soil Conserv. Serv. - Reconnaissance survey of vegetation - descriptive outline of vegetative types on project and camp areas in Colorado
Urban Ecology - general
Oil shale and coal development - Rocky Mountain
Carlton tunnel drainage and water pollution
Corporate Energy statements, advertisements, etc.
Air pollution articles
Colorado closed-cone pine ecosystem - Catherine Harkins
Colorado semi-arid native vegetation planting (including
Colorado Springs Water Operations Center)
Miscellaneous Aerial Photographs

BOX 12

[ I ]

Thorne Ecological Institute (not SEAS, however)
Wright-Ingraham Institute
Nature Conservancy
Colorado Springs Landmark Council
Biol. Sciences Curric. Study - Steering Committee (RGB)
BSCS Institute - meeting Chicago 16-17 Feb. 1963
CUEBS Ecology Lab block & steering committee (RGB)
(Commission on undergrad educ. in biol. sciences) RGB
CUEBS Regional Meeting - Boulder Feb. 16-17, 1967
National Association of Biology Teachers - RGB
Delta Epsilon science honorary - CC
Colorado-Wyoming Acad. Sci. (RGB - Exec. Dir., 6 yrs.; and pres.)
National Association of Biology Teachers meetings and other scientific meetings
RGB - personal research proposals
Ettinger Foundation proposal
N.S.F. species association group research grant
Pike National forest citizen's advisory committee - RGB
Rocky Mountain Nature Association
C.S. Mayor's Committee for a Civic Center (RGB) - 1970
Citizens committee for education - Fort Collins (RGB)
Citizens lobby - Colorado Springs
Pikes Peak area council of governments
Bi-state Biogeographical seminar
PPACG - Optimum Growth Committee
C.S. Outdoor Education Center proposals
Colo.Wyo. Acad. Sci. NSF visiting scientist program (RGB - director)
Independent student Association - Colorado State Univ. (RGB - advisor)
CC Symposium 1970 - Can Man Survive
NSF Stanford Univ. Environmental Impact course - 1973-74
NSF Instructional Scientific Equipment proposal for CC Biol (RGB)
C.S. Climatological data
Moir, William H. and Sam Shushan An Indexed bibliography of the native vegetation of Colorado
Fish, Wildlife, Vegetation, and Man's Impact - Colorado
Baja California - background articles for Baja CC field courses

BOX 13

[ J ]

Colorado River Basin
Arkansas River Basin
Timbering of old-growth trees
Colorado College library committee (RGB)
National Park Service - RGB
Subdivision ordinance - Colorado Springs
Electrical transmission lines - hazards
Alaskan oil
Two Forks project - Colorado 1980's
Indian Mesa development, C.S. (The Mesa) 1981
Colorado Springs brochures
Colorado tourist brochures (not Rocky Mountain National Park)
Aspen area brochures
Aspen area maps, natural history lists, ecology
Colorado Springs Citizens goals
SST
Public lectures and field trips - RGB
(see also Beidleman Box C)
Colorado Springs New Library (including Mayor's Committee for same)
Habitat Descriptors for identified wildlife species in El Paso County - Colorado Division of Wildlife
Beidleman writing - Rand McNally, etc.
Beidleman - writing: letters of transmittal & reply

BOX 14

[ K ]

National Park Service correspondence RGB
Dynamic Equilibrium manuscript - BSCS - RGB
Beidleman writing: rejection letters
Western State College ecology short course - summer 1959
Univ. Oklahoma field camp lectures - RGB
CC Rastall Center Board - RGB
CC Carnegie non-science-major program RGB
Colorado State College workshops - RGB
YMCA conference
YMCA conference - Estes park - lectures and seminars RGB
Univ. Denver In-service institute - RGB lectures
Rocky Mountain National Park - RGB
North Dakota A.&M. Lectures - RGB
Ralph Meeks (CSU student) transcript of German Prison experiences
National Park Service naturalist qualifications
RGB - correspondence re projected articles
RGB manuscript for Winter Birds of Colorado Guide - Univ. of Colorado Museum
Notes for article on Teddy Roosevelt hunting in Colorado
Beaver article for Thorne - RGB
Important: research project regarding ownership of Garden of
the Gods - Addition No. 2 (SPABA)
Colorado State Parks (RGB - board member and chairperson)
Off road vehicles and associated damage
Wildlife-habitat relationships - region 2 data base users guide
Weather
Hawk route censuses - SE of Colorado Springs
Winter bird-population studies - 20-year summary
Winter birds
Christmas Bird censuses
Winter bird-population studies - a large number, which have been published in American Birds, Aud. field notes. Including student participation on occasion. See RGB bibliography. Also includes some breeding bird population studies
Rocky Mountain National Park - Christmas Bird Counts

BOX 15

[ L ] This includes some important consulting, etc., reports

Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP) Integration report – RGB 1956
Conklin & Roussant Urbanization Projections - 1
Fowler Site Study Phase 1, environmental assessment
The South Front Range in 2020
Feasibility Study - new urban facilities in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming
Wirth-Berger Associates - RTD : environmental assessment
Mayor's Civic Center Advisory committee, site selection committee
Grand Valley urbanization plan
Plane Schedules
Plane Schedules
Schedules
Trip Schedules (itineraries)
RMNP courses - 1981
RMNP courses - 1982
Misc. Colorado etc. Park brochures (not state parks)
Beidleman, Richard misc.
CC Teacher Education Committee
CC Palmer Museum
Colorado Division of Parks - field notes
Botany population studies
General biology - laboratory
CU professional + UCCS
General Biology - procedures, lectures etc.
CSU professional
CC long-range committee
CC department/ college professional
CC - supervised student research publications
Departmental courses
RGB - misc. activities
Mammology lectures
Biogeography
Biotype Factus
Lecture (course) notes
Animal Ecology - procedures
Lecture notes - vert zoology CSU

BOX 16

[ M ]
Jamboree site research
Woodland destruction
Single cottonwood study
South park succession
Greenhorn clear-cutting
Bridge project
Rocky Mountain National Park handbooks
Map - Monument Park, Southeastern CO water conservation district meeting, AERIE series
NSF visiting science lectureship program 1961-62
Academy of science visiting science lectureship 1961-62
Interaction Manuscript
Dynamic Equilibrium/ Rand McNally
Dynamic Equilibrium/ Southern Rockies Wildlife
Time regional ecologies
Garden of the Gods birds
Geology log: Arkansas divide
Junco retrices sheets
Population dynamics primer
State bird - CO
Alberts: RGB completed manuscript
ROMO rough draft
Citizen's goals conference

BOX 17

[ N ]

Vertebrate ecology
Ecology: Life Zones
RGB CC advisee list
RGB teaching
RGB copies of course exams
General zoology - Brown U.
Ecology notes
Ecology field trips
Owl Canyon, Pinyon group
Landslides & subsidence
Houck property
Austin Bluffs research projects
RMNP manuscript RGB
Junco retrices
Junco tail feathers
Brairgate Plant survey
U.S. Forest Service - Rocky Mtn.
Fire
Earthquakes
Strip mining
Channelization
Tamarisk
Plant community & site analysis forms
CO National forests
Defoliation
Geographical Distribution of North Colorado Birds
von Ahlefeldt, Judy
Palmer Park
BBC: The Paradise Land
County planning (El Paso)
Citizen's lobby 1973
Colorado Springs city council
Annexation
City/county affairs
City planning commission
Colorado Springs - planning
Beidleman environmental center

BOX 18

[ O ]

Lesser prairie chicken
Cripple Creek/Gold Camp Road
Local parks misc.
Local government committees/correspondence
RGB personal/correspondence
Trip to Garden of the Gods 1918
Nature Conservancy
Equipment grant materials 1962
RGB accounts
Bird checklists
Key to bird designations
State Parks
Cheyenne Creek
Two Forks
Student papers/ research
Petition to Colorado Springs City Council
Springs Area Beautiful (see also local gov't)
Ruth Shaw Papers

BOX 19

Southwest Studies I

Geological Quadrangle Map No.'s 21-24, 26
SW studies 1983-
SW U.S. Maps
SW Forest and range ecosystems
Southern Colorado geology mid logs
SW road logs - CO and NM

NEW MEXICO:
New Mexico ecosystems papers: climate
Carson National Forest, NM
Santa Fe and environs (incl. Cerrillos)
NM state and non-national parks
NM wildlife refuges
Bos que del Apache wildlife refuges
City of Rocks
NM geology
Cochiti Lake development
Alburquerque and environs
SW ECOSYSTEMS:
Santa Fe miscellaneous pamphlets
NM
NM maps/road logs
NM B.L.M. areas
Standley, Paul C. - vegetation of the Brazos Canyon, NM
Watson, J.R. plant geography of north central NM
ARIZONA:
Arizona nature conservancy newsletter
Arizona geology maps
Coronado National Forest, AZ
Arizona

BOX 20

Southwest Studies II

ARIZONA:
Arizona state parks and forest service areas
Southwestern research station and Chiricahua Mountain areas
Weber, William A. 1963, Lichens of the Chiricahua Mountains,
AZ
SWRS Maps
Avid Lands Institute (U. Arizona)
MEXICO
TEXAS
Harris, Arthur H vascular plants of El Paso
Texas national and state parks
Texas maps
Geologic atlas of TX
El Paso, TX
UTAH:
Southwest Ecosystems courses - RGB 1973-76
SW Studies Institute summer 1978
SW Studies Institute summer 1984
Geology and ecology of the SW NS200
SW environmental problems
Vegetation survey techniques
SW ecosystems = Arizona Field Data
Quarter Census - Portal/Granite Gap 1978-79
Fly Peak tree census
Trees and shrubs Chiricahua National Monument
Birds of prey San Simon Valley 1977-79
Woody plant survey - Herb Martyr Road 1977-78
Woody plant survey - Herb Martyr Road Oct. 1979
Woody plant census - Chiricahuas 1979
Woody plant survey - Herb Martyr Road 1980
Woody plant census - Chiricahuas Oct. 1980
Woody plant census - Chiricahuas Oct. 1980, shrubs
Woody plant survey - Herb Martyr Road Sept. 1981
Chiricahua field data
Woody plant survey 1979-82
Dansereau forms
Dansereau 1958

RESEARCH PROJECTS SW ECOSYSTEMS COURSE, CHIRICAHUA MOUNTAINS
Research papers 1977-1983
Key to oaks of Cochise County, NM
More papers on SW ecosystems

BOX 21

Southwest Studies III

Southwest Studies, general
Henshaw, H.W.
Tourist pamphlets/maps NM, AZ
SW Indians
Hubbard, John P. 1971, summer birds of Gila Valley, NM
Emory, Col. William H.
Diffenderfer, Dr. W.I.
Emory, Col. William H. notes of a military reconnaissance
Pearson, G.A. 1914
Solbrig, Otto T. and Orians, Gordon H.
Stamp, Nancy E. and Robert D. Ohmart
Tanner, James T and Hardy, John W. 1958
Austin, George T. and E.L. Smith
Calvin, Ross 1949
KINO
Cross White, Frank S.
Francis, Peter
Gardener, J.L.
Productivity of Desert ecosystems
Kemp, Paul R. 1983
Franzreb, Kathleen E 1984
American Scientist Magazine Jul/Aug 1977
The Botanical Review (2 copies each)
Jan-Mar 1964, Oct 1950, June 1953
Shields, Lora Mangum
Batchelder, Charles F.
ARIDUS Desert Legume programs
ARID lands newsletters
SW ecosystems bibliography

BOX 22

Southwest Studies IV

Class rosters, field trip info., syllabus, booklists 1986-87
'Ethnozoology of Pueblo Indians in Historic Times' RGB
Data, Maps & species lists of SWRS property 1986-87
Pacific railroad survey 32nd parallel
'Distinctive Trees of the Southwest', SW ecosystems course
description 1981-83,85-86, SWRS misc. items, map
eastern Pima county, pamphlets vegetation/wildlife, 'Arizona Geology' 1989
Pamphlets birds/rodents/plants, vacation maps/books of AZ, NM
Ecology booklets - SW area
SW ecosystems student journals c.1984
SW ecosystems budget, ecology booklets of SW
SW ecosystems Oct. 1974
SW ecosystems quizzes fall 1982
SW ecosystems EL Paso
Sw ecosystems Santa Fe 1976
SW ecosystems Santa Fe Oct. 76
SW ecosystems SWRS 1977
SW ecosystems 1978
SW ecosystems SWRS 1979
SW ecosystems 1980-83
SW ecosystems schedules 1983
SW ecosystems 1984-86
Maps - pamphlets: Pikes's Peak area
Texas

BOX 23

National Parks I
National Parks and Monuments, general
Civil War Battle fields
Acadia National Park, ME
Arches National Park, Utah
Aztec Ruins National Monument
Bent's Old Fort, Nat. Historic Site
Badlands National Monument
Bandelier National Monument, NM
Big Bend National Park, TX
Black Canon of the Gunnison
Black Canyon
Black Canyon, master plan
Black Canyon, birds
Black Canyon, museum prospectus themes
Brice Canyon National Park (see also Zion)
Cabrillo National Monument, CA
Canyon de Chelly
Canyonlands National Park
Capital Reef National Park
Capulin Mountain National Monument, NM
Carlsbad Caverns
Carlsbad National Park
Casa Grande
Chaco Canyon National Monument
Channel Islands National Monument
Chiricahua N.Mon
Colorado National Monument
Crater Lake National Park
Cuvecanti National Recreation Area (see also Black Canyon, NM)
Death Valley
Devil Postpile
Devil's Tower, WO
Dinosaur National Monument
Annotated checklist of Flora and Favia, Dinosaur National Monument
Dinosaur National Monument, birds
El Morro National Monument, NM
Everglades National Park, FL
Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, Utah

BOX 24

National Parks II
Florissant, NM
Florissant National Monument
Fort Bowie National Historic Site, AZ
Fort Laramie
Fort Union, NM
Fort Union Ranch
Fort Union "publications"
Fort Union Ranch ecological inventory
Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site, NY
Gila National Forest (NF), NM
Glacier National Park Glen Canyon
Grand Canyon Gran Quivira, NM
Grand Teton
Great Sand Dunes (Sand Dune National Monument)
Guadalupe National Park Homestead National Monument, NE
Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site, AZ
Isle Royale National Park, Mich.
Jefferson National Expansion, St. Louis
Joshua Tree, CA
King's Canyon
Lake Mead National Recreation Area, AZ-NA
Lassen National Park
Lava Beds National Monument, CA
Mesa Verde National Park
Denali National Park, Mt. McKinley
Mt.Ranier
Muir Woods National Monument
National Capital Parks, Washington D.C.
Natural Bridges National Monument
Navajo National Monument Olympic National Park
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument
Pecos National Monument, NM
Petrified Forest National Park
Pike NF
Pinnacles National Monument
Pipe Spring National Monument, Utah
Pipestone National Monument, MN
Rocky Mountain National Park, CO

BOX 25

National Parks III

Saguaro National Monument, AZ
Sand Dunes National Monument
Scott's Bluff National Monument, NE
Sequoia National Park
Shenandoah National Park and Blue Ridge Parkway, VA & NC
Statue of Liberty, NYC
Sunset Crater National Monument (see also Wupataki, NM)
Theodore Roosevelt N. Memorial Park, ND
Tumacacori National Monument, AZ
Tuzigoot National Monument, AZ
Walnut Canyon National Monument, AZ
White Sands National Monument, NM
White Sands National Monument, NM
Wildlife Refuges
Wind Cave National Park, AZ (see also Sunset Crater, NM)
Yellowstone National Park
Yosemite National Park (see also Brice and maps)

BOX 26

Student papers and research

BOX 27

Correspondence I
Letters of recommendation
Correspondence: 1972, 1970-51, 1949-48

BOX 28

Correspondence II
Student letters - miscellaneous
Non-student correspondence
Student (past/present) correspondence
Student correspondence
Student Correspondence: A-Z

BOX 29

Plants and Birds
VEGETATIONAL STUDIES
Meutzelia
Garden of the Gods Davis Property
PINON-JUNIPER WOODLAND (PJ)
PJ destruction
Greenwood, Larry R. and Jack D. Brotherson
Woodin, Howard E. and A.A. Lindsey 1954
Castetter, Edward F.
Phillips, F.J. 1909
PJ Woodland
Erdman, James A. 1970
PJ Woodland
PJ Woodland management
PJ Woodland student study
PJ Woodland
PJ Woodland ecosystem
PJ Woodland
Peromyscus
Short, Henry
PJ Woodland
Juniper Woodland to grassland
RGB course schedules
BIRDS
Anseriformes
Columbiformes
Corvidae
Falconiformes
Fringillidae
Galliformes
Gruiformes
Piciformes
Strigiformes
OWLS
Tyvannidae
Colorado Bird Checklists
Fox Squirrel
Squirrel, Tuft-eared
Beaver
Lagomorphs
HABITAT SUITABILITY INDEX MODELS
Baird's sparrow
S.Red backed vole
Black capped chickadee
Brewer's Sparrow
Western grebe
Pronghorn

BOX 30

Birds/Mammals/Cold-blooded vertebrates/invertebrates

MAMMALS
Rampart-range bighorns
Poudre River - small mammal studies
Coyotes
Rabbits
Mammology

ORNITHOLOGY / BIRDS
Colorado and other bird lists for field work
Crows
Muir, John the water ouzel
Flickers and other woodpeckers
Owls
Prairie dogs/owls
Mammal remains in owl pellets
House sparrow research
Plocedaie
Pigeon behavior
Starlings
Hartshone bird articles
Bird bounding notes
AOU checklist supplements
Hawk censuses
Bird checklist
Ornithology - miscellaneous
Tree cavity birds
Dead tree research
Breeding bird censuses (deciduous)
Ponderosa community birds
Winter bird key
Brewer, Richard
Bird censuring instructions
Bird feeding, attracting
Binocular instructions
Colorado Springs and associated region
Colorado birds - pamphlets and checklists
Allen, J.A. 1871
Sclater, William L. 1908
Lowe, Willoughby B. 1894
Urban birds
Ornithology
COLD-BLOODED VERTEBRATES
Spadefoot Toad Research
Bipeds
INVERTEBRATES
Harvester Ant Study
Grasshoppers
Invertebrate research projects
Sowbugs

BOX 31 OVERSIZE
maps

6. Land use maps - El Paso County (U.S. Soil Conservation Service)
7. Annexation plat Garden of the Gods addition 2
10. White House Ranch
16. 1871 Pikes Peak Timber land reserves, 2 copies
22. Annexation plat Garden of the Gods addition 1 filing 2
25. Annexation Plat Garden of the Gods addition 1 (in two parts)
30. Important space operations center, landscaping (most proposed vegetation, which cost thousands, died) see RGB report.
36. Grand Valley, Oil Shell Town, aerial photo, see RGB report
37. Development Plan - Pulpit Rock
46. 4 plat maps: Cherry Valley School 1969, Elbert 1979, Eastonville 1975, Black Forest 1975
51. Fountain Creek, Regular Park
55. Austin Bluffs/ Pulpit Rock
58. Dern House, SW landscaping plan - Heinrichsdorf
60. Ecological Planning Study (Denver, “important contains misinformation”)
70. Trailhead Facility - Bear Creek

BOX 32 MAP CASE DRAWER 15 (not actually a box)
maps (very large)

1. Assessors Map - El Paso Co. adjoining 73000 - Rampart Heights
2. Cheyenne Canyon Park, 1976 - Photo (Nelson-Haley-Patterson and Quirk) and map
3. Rampart Heights (private holdings next to Garden of the Gods) Assessors map 73000, shaded areas Rampart-American
5. El Paso Co. assessors map (copies) general 64000, 74000, 75000
8. Garden of the Gods Land Acquisition
9. El Paso County Mineral Extraction Master Plan 1975
11. El Paso County Highway Map (showing sections)
12. Bear Creek, Cheyenne, Canon Parks
14. Map of Park system and Index to Master Plan - Colorado Springs, Sam Vickerman and F.K. Mayer - 1937
15. Land Plat, Glen Eyrie Estate, 2 copies revised 1926.
17. Rampart-American - Assessor's Map #6 & #7
20. Rampart-American Collection: Garden of the Gods - park & recreation map #1027 (from National Parks 1937 map) dated Sept. 3, 1959 - boundaries revised June '66.
24. #7 topographical drawing of area surrounding Rampart-American property showing Rampart Range Road, etc. (transparency by Marion Busey, 2 copies)
26. Rampart-American Scenic Area Analysis
27. Master Plan Rampart-American (Charles Gothers)
28. Transparency and two drawings depicting acquisitions related to Rampart-American property Mrs. Busey
31. Broadmoor Development Land, David R. Sellen Co.
32. White House Ranch
33. Palmer Park Master Plan
34. RTD (PRT) Denver, see RGB file.
35. Garden of the Gods preliminary plan
40. Central Colorado Springs, N. of Downtown - excellent aerial photo, 6/12/80
41. Urbanization Projections; Plan IV Grand Valley - Colorado River Basin and aerial photo, see RGB file
42. Alternate I, II, III Grand Valley New Town, see RGB file
44. Running Creek Field Station/topography
50. El Paso County: Raptor Census January 1975
52. Monument Valley Park
53. Early locations of Audabon Society winter bird population studies
56. Fort Union Ranch New Mexico, Gen. Butler's Ranch - (Mayor Andy Marshall of Colorado Springs is a descendant) See RGB Fort Union File
57. Pulpit Rock Park
62. PRT - RTD - Denver, see RGB file
63. Sondermann Park
64. County Farm proposed regional park (2)
65. Zion national park
66. Public Service Co. power plant project Fowler, CO area
67. Cedar Heights
68. Cedar Heights
69. Pueblo West
71. Thorne - Castle Concrete - Helenberg, high point center (Queen Canyon Quarry)
72. Monument Valley Park
73. RTD systems map, Denver Metro area, see RGB file
74. PRT - RGB Boulder, see RGB file

Box 33 OVERSIZE rolled maps (very large)

4. Poor copies of Glen Eyrie Estate plans
13. All 1977 Charles Robinson (Golden) maps - U.S. Geo survey (from Woodland Park & Cascade Quads), map to Geologic hazards and surficial deposits U.S. Geo Survey (Woodland Park & Cascade Quads), environmental and energy Instructions for both maps
18. Rampart-American land use plan
19. Vicinity Development (Rampart-American), Pleasant Valley (one) to National Forest (on West), Manitou on South beyond Navigators on North.
21. Rampart-American visual corridor Inventory
23. Rampart-American Master Plan
29. Vicinity Development - Garden of the Gods area especially Rampart-American, later Cedar Heights
38. Garden of the Gods map
39. Bear Creek
43. Sondermann Park
45. Aerial photo of N. Colorado Springs intersection of N. Nevada and interstate
47. El Paso County Parks including Beaver Creek
48. The Historic: Fort Union Ranch, NM
49. Canyonlands national park
54. Henderson West Project, AMEX, see RGB reports
59. Aerial photo North Central Colorado Springs, Templeton Gap
61. Hill Properties plan, Colorado Springs

BOX 34

Books (all have records in the library catalog)
Kilburn, Dr. Paul Environmental Analyses by a New Energy- Producing Industry
Civic Design Study Rocky Mountains and Great Plains Area
Draft: Environmental Impact Statement for Training Land Acquisition (Fort Carson)
City of Colorado Springs Department of Public Utilities, Your Water Pure...Precious...Plentiful...
Centennial Engineering Inc., Resource Inventory and Analysis
Greenland Ranch Douglas County, Colorado (prepared for Fuller Co.)
Cheyenne Mountain Zoological Park, Annual Report 1967
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Survey of Otero County, Colorado 1972
Pueblo in the Seventies
A Strategy for a Livable Environment
Colorado State Department of Game and Fish, Big Game Kill 1946-1947
Summary of Colorado's Fourth annual Governor's Conference on Parks and Outdoor Recreation, 1965
Land Management Planning, Issues and Concern Statement, Pikes Peak and San Isabel National Forests (draft and final)
Recreation Planning: Dallas Creek Project
U.S. EPA, Carrying Capacity in Regional Environmental Management
"Monitor": Vol. 63, No. 2. The Environment What Are We Going to do About It? 1965
Options for the Future Sketch Plans for the Colorado Springs Urbanizing Area Prepared by the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments. 1973 Colorado Springs
Environmental Resources Study for Teller and El Paso
Counties Colorado. Part 6: Climate and Design. 1974 C. Springs.
Department of the Interior Draft Environmental Statement
Foothills Project Prepared by the Bureau of Land Management
Department of the Interior 1976 Washington D.C.
Saguaro National Monument 1972 U.S. Department of the Interior
Land Use 1974 Washington DC.
The Role of Ecology in the Federal Government Report of the Committee on Ecological Research 1974 Washington D.C. Publication.
The 1980 Report to Congress on the Nations Renewable Resources 1980 Washington D.C.
Recreation today and Tomorrow in the Missouri River Basin
1959 Washington D.C.
The Pikes Peak Region Today 1966 C. Springs
Billy Visits the Pikes Peak Region C. Springs
The Colorado Front Range Corridor

BOX 35

-Publications and Reports - Environmental, Planning Documents, Developments, Educational, etc.
-Energy Resource Center of the Pikes Peak Region. 1982 Energy Analysis and recommendations for the Pikes Peak Region.
-Taylor, Maxwell F. and M. L. Ware. 1971. Anthology of faculty comments and opinions - All Faculty evaluation survey of the Colorado College Plan.
-Colorado Springs Planning Department and ENational ParkAC. Colorado Springs Design for Progress.
-U. S. Forest Service. 1979. Regional Issues - a determination of significant Forest Service issues in the Intermountain Region.
-City of Colorado Springs. 1983. Comprehensive Plan.
-Colorado Springs Goals. n.d. Goals - comments from neighborhood meetings.
-PPACG. 1977. Development framework for the Pikes Peak Region.
-Pike and San Isabel National Forests. 1982. Long-Range Management Plan: Planning Action 5 (Formulation of Alternatives), 6 (Estimated Effects of Alternatives), 7 (Evaluation of Alternatives and Recommendation of a Preferred Alternative).
-Office of the Governor (Colorado). 1980. Colorado Front Range Project.
-Finch, Jennifer and Jean Schaffeld. 1977. State lands in Colorado-a study of recreation potentials. Colorado Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation.
-Colorado Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation. Park Board Minutes, Aug. 1972-Dec. 1975.
-Graduate Schools of International Studies, Univ. of Denver. 1972. Citizens' Seminar on Priorities for the Planet Earth: the ecological crisis as a worldwide problem.
-Regional Service Institute, Southern Colorado State College. 1968. A Plan for the Arkansas Valley Region of Colorado.
-Land, McCutcheon, McBride, Inc. 1970. Final report to the Mayor's Civic Center Advisory Committee of Colorado Springs, Colorado.
-U. S. Council on Environmental Quality. 1979. The President's Environmental Program 1979.
-Shoemaker, Joe and Leonard A. Stevens. 1981. Returning the Platte to the People. The Platte River Development Committee.
-PPACG. 1974. Environmental Resources Study, Teller and El Paso Counties.. Part A: Perspective.
-PPACG. 1974. Environmental Resources Study, Teller and El Paso Counties. Soil Resource Analysis.
-PPACG. 1974. Environmental Resources Study, Teller and El Paso Counties. Summary Report.
-U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. 1972. Quality of Life Indicators - a review of state-of-the-art and guidelines derived to assist in developing environmental indicators.
-Colorado Natural Areas Program. 1983. State of Colorado Registered and Designated Natural Areas.
-Colorado Natural Areas Program. 1986. A partnership for protecting Colorado's natural heritage - Colorado Natural Areas Program.
-Colorado Natural Areas Program. 1981. State of Colorado designated and registered natural areas 1977-80.
-Pike & San Isabel National Forests. Land use planning. Upper Arkansas Planning Unit. 2 copies (one missing a map)
-Rocky Mountain Center on Environment (ROMCOE). 1972. Critical Review of draft environmental statement - Air Force Academy Airmanship program.
-El Paso County Planning Office. 1973. Planning Review - 1973.
-Sumner, David. 1973. Iron Mining and contemporary Aspen - a case study on environmental impact problems.
-PPACG. 1973. Project Team. Vol. 1 Introduction and Policies.
-PPACG. 1969-1970. Annual Report.
-PPACG. 1970-1971. Annual Report.
-Colorado Division of Highways. 1976. Draft environmental impact statement. U. S. Highway 24, Colorado Springs.
-Community Development Associates. 1981. Master Plan - Hill Properties. Hill Development Corporation.
-Heist, Paul and Maxwell F. Taylor. 1979. The Block Plan - a preliminary report on a ten-year evaluation of the Colorado College Block Plan Format for Intensive Study.
-Frying Plan - Arkansas Diversion Project. Folder with miscellaneous information on the project.
-U. S. Forest Service. 1977. Map: Roadless and Undevelopement Area Evaluation II. Rare II. National Forests, Colorado.
-Kucera & Associates. 1969. Aerial photograph of the Fountain, Colorado area and to the north.
-Conklin & Rossant, Architects (NYC). 1973-1974. Folder with maps and project plans for the oil shale "new town" at Grand Valley, Colorado.
-Wirth, Berger & Associates. Three maps of the Denver Regional Transportaion District, in conjunction with the PRT (Personalized Rapid Transit) System Project for Denver.
-Fisheries and Wildlife Research 1978. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
-Natural Area Committee, Univ. of Colorado. 1961. Scientific values and need for preservation in its natural state of the Flatirons-Mesa Trail area.
-Halla, Michael E. (ed.). ca 1980. Final environmental impact statement for training land acquisition for Fort Carson, Colorado. Department of the Army, Fort Carson. Essentially related to the Pinyon Canyon area in southeastern Colorado.

BOX 36

Articles by Richard G. Beidleman, 1956-2000, in chronological order. Incomplete.

 

Richard G. Beidleman Papers, Part 2, Ms 0402
Finding aid by Cara Marie Ramsey, 2018

Gift of Linda Beidleman, December 2017

PART 2 SCOPE AND CONTENT

This collection contains a wide range of materials representing Richard Beidleman’s personal and professional interests. Dating from 1937-2011, the collection includes undergraduate and graduate coursework, personal and professional correspondence, research (especially biographical research of naturalists such as Nuttall, Bullock, and Jepson), articles, short stories, photographs, slides, awards, and newspaper clippings. Materials ranging from Richard Beidleman’s master's thesis, to letters sent home from college, childhood drawings, and official reports. Richard Beidleman contributed to numerous local biological and zoological endeavors, with particular concern for the environmental protection and development of the Pikes Peak Region.

Box 1 – Writing (Articles, Chapters, and Reports)

Folder 1 RGB: Publications
Folder 2 RGB – Bibliographies
Folder 3 Beidleman: Curriculum Vitae
Folder 4 Bibliographies and Biographies, 1975-1991
Folder 5 University Press of Colorado – Author Packet
Folder 6 Professional Papers, 1948-1949
Folder 7 Professional Papers, 1950-1955
Folder 8 Professional Papers, 1956
Folder 9 Professional Papers, 1957-1959
Folder 10 Professional Papers, 1960-1969
Folder 11 Professional Papers, 1970-1979
Folder 12 Professional Papers, 1981-1983
Folder 13 Professional Papers, 1993-1999
Folder 14 Professional Papers, 2000-2008
Folder 15 Professional Papers, undated
Folder 16 Articles + ideas – Unpublished and Published
Folder 17 “The American Beaver” manuscripts, 1956 and 1959 [one draft is damaged, portions unreadable]
Folder 18 The Apache Kid [includes article Botanizing in Apache Land by John Lemmon]
Folder 19 A Partial, Annotated Bibliography of Colorado Ethnology
Folder 20 Black Canon Adm. Hist.
Folder 21 The Catalyst (Colorado College) Article Manuscripts
Folder 22 Charles Aiken Article [Aiken biography drafts]
Folder 23 “Coast and Sierra with the “Phyto-Jogs” in 1913” RGB MSS
Folder 24 Cooper, James G., The Naturalist in California, Am. Naturalist 3(4): 182-189, 1899 June 471-481
Folder 25 The Cottonwood-Willow Riparian Ecosystem as a Vertebrate Habitat
Folder 26 Dempster, Lauramay T. [obituary and dedication by Beidleman]
Folder 27 Douglas, David, 1798-1834 [42 slides and related research]
Folder 28 Dynamic Equilibrium
Folder 29 Engelman, George [article]
Folder 30 Henderson, Lewis F. [article by and correspondence with Rhoda Love]
Folder 31 Madroño Phyto-log guidelines and editorial suggestions 2007-8
Folder 32 Menzies, Archibald [article by and correspondence with Eric Groves]
Folder 33 Review of: “Mushrooms of Lawns and Gardens” Salzman University Press of Colorado Feb/March 1998
Folder 34 Aspen Magazine article, 1998, “Out of the Roaring Fork into the Frying Pan”
Folder 35 Parke: San Francisco – Los Angeles – Fort Yuma [San Francisco to Los Angeles with Lt. Parke and Naturalist Antisell and related research]
Folder 36 Sovereign Birds
Folder 37 Titian Peale in Australia [article and related research]
Folder 38 The Voyage of the Venus, 1837 [Barclay and Hinds with HMS Sulphur – 1837 & 1839 and related research]
Folder 39 Unpublished Manuscript [“Aquatic Biology”]
Folder 40 Williamson / Parke, 35th / 32nd Parallels [The Pacific Railroad Surveys in California 1853-1856 manuscripts]

Box 2 – Writing (personal and miscellaneous) and Research

Folder 1 Personal Writing, 1937-1939
Folder 2 Personal Writing, 1941
Folder 3 Personal Writing, 1942
Folder 4 Personal Writing, 1943-1947
Folder 5 Personal Writing, 1953-1959
Folder 6 Personal Writing, undated
Folder 7 Animal Stories (and relevant correspondence)
Folder 8 The Bedridden Birder Manuscripts
Folder 9 Children’s Stories
Folder 10 Story, Article, Cartoon Ideas
Folder 11 Tales of the Seaside 1. Blab Takes a New Shell 2. The Near-Sighted Sandpiper 3. Whale Talk
Folder 12 Tales of the Seaside Manuscripts (Blab Takes a New Shell and Whale Talk)
Folder 13 “1938 – 1941” [school work and personal writing]
Folder 14 “Writing 1943 – 1946” [school work and personal writing]
Folder 15 “Writing 1948 –” [label torn, no date visible; school work and personal writing]
Folder 16 “Writing 1952-1954” [school work and personal writing]
Folder 17 “1963 – 1965” [professional and personal writing]
Folder 18 1853 Pacific RR Survey, Williamson / Parke
Folder 19 Beckwith Expedition
Folder 20 Brewer, William, List of Persons who made Botanical Collections in California
Folder 21 Colorado History [miscellaneous notes, letters, and research, including Bent’s Fort]
Folder 22 Colorado Politics & Government: Governing the Centennial State [notes]
Folder 23 Couille, Frederick 1890, Death Valley Expedition
Folder 24 de Moufas, Eugene Duflot
Folder 25 Fort Ross Naturalists, 1812-1841
Folder 26 Gunnison Sage-Grouse [research and some correspondence]
Folder 27 Hartwell, William
Folder 28 History of Science Misc. [miscellaneous papers including Forest History, A. J. Foard, etc.]
Folder 29 Ives Colorado River Expedition
Folder 30 Kentucky Big Bone Lick [William Goforth and mastodon bones]
Folder 31 LodgePole Burn Studies [a tree study]
Folder 32 Mainly June 1959, England Research Notes
Folder 33 Mexican Boundary Survey Flora
Folder 34 NSF Scientific Research Grant Application – Effect of Mountain Altitude on Residential Vertebrates
Folder 35 Ohio Cincinnati [information from Cincinnati Museums and Historical Society, including Bullock and Ludlow]
Folder 36 “Rev. Clark Australia” Research
Folder 37 St. Louis [including A Biographical History of Botany at St. Louis Missouri]
Folder 38 Whipple Survey
Folder 39 Wilkes Expedition
Folder 40 Miscellaneous Research Materials
Folder 41 Miscellaneous Research Notes
Folder 42 Bligh
Folder 43 Bligh Research Notes (1)
Folder 44 Bligh Research Notes (2)

Box 3 – Research (Bullock, Doyle, Ewan, Fremont, Jepson, Lemmon, and Nuttall)

Folder 1 Bullock
Folder 2 Bullock – 1814
Folder 3 Bullock (Liverpool) Research Notes
Folder 4 Bullock (Cincinnati) Research Notes
Folder 5 Swainson, William [research notes concerning Bullock]
Folder 6 Graustein, Jeanette [correspondence concerning Nuttall and Bullock]
Folder 7 Spiral notebooks: “UK 1986 Research Trip” and “Manuscripts in British Museum”
Folder 8 Spiral notebook: “Periodical articles”
Folder 9 Spiral notebooks (unlabeled)
Folder 10 Doyle – 1840-1850
Folder 11 Doyle – 1851-1856
Folder 12 Doyle 1861 –
Folder 13 Doyle
Folder 14 Doyle Research Notes
Folder 15 Ewan, Joseph and Nesta (Correspondence) Missouri Botanical Garden P.O. Box 299 St. Louis MO 63166-0299
Folder 16 Ewan, Joseph – RGB, obituary / memoriae
Folder 17 Ewan
Folder 18 “Fremont and his floral forays into the Northwest” Kalmiopsis
Folder 19 “John Charles Fremont and his Floral Forays into the Northwest” 11/22/95
Folder 20 Fremont Article
Folder 21 Love, Rhoda [correspondence concerning Fremont article]
Folder 22 1909 Sierra Club Yosemite Excursion, Jepson Sierra article May 2000
Folder 23 The Botanist among Barstow’s Winter Birds
Folder 24 Botany Man Jepson, Naturalist Muir, and the Sierra Club outing of 1909
Folder 25 Jepson – Barstow
Folder 26 Willis Linn Jepson – “The Bottony Man”
Folder 27 Wintry Barstow Birding with Berkley Botanist Jepson
Folder 28 Alexander, Annie [in relation to Jepson]
Folder 29 Golley, Frank [correspondence, some concerning Jepson]
Folder 30 Ornduff, Robert [correspondence concerning Jepson)
Folder 31 Waterman, Abby L. [correspondence concerning Jepson, Mary Beal, and Abby Waterman]
Folder 32 Lemmon, J. G. [originally also labelled with “unpublished projects” post-it note]
Folder 33 Lemmon, John “Rucker Valley Revisited” (Manuscript)
Folder 34 Lemmon Autobiography
Folder 35 Firby, Drexel D. Case re John Lemmon
Folder 36 Susan Hareen re The Lemmon Case, Sierraville
Folder 37 Nuttall’s Sylva, Monterey, Santa Barbara etc.
Folder 38 Nuttall Article – Amer. Phil. Soc. Correspondence
Folder 39 Old Curious: A Biographical Sketch of Thomas Nuttall “The Father of Western Botany”
Folder 40 “Some Biographical Sidelights on Thomas Nuttall” Manuscripts, 1956 and 1959

Box 4 – Bird Studies, Garden of the Gods, Development Contributions, National Parks and Park and Recreation Department, Dinosaur National Monument, and University of Colorado and Brown University

Folder 1 Bird Banding: Winter Bird Key
Folder 2 Breeding and Winter Bird Pop Studies + XMAS counts – COLO
Folder 3 Breeding Bird Populations in the Pinyon-Juniper Woodland Research Notes
Folder 4 Breeding Bird Survey – 1950
Folder 5 Denver Zoo, Aud Soc et al trip to Chiricahua Mountains, AZ – May 26, lunch – June 1, am
Folder 6 Fort Ord Winter Bird Pop Study 1995-96
Folder 7 Fort Ord Winter Bird Population Study 1996-1997
Folder 8 Mission Trail Park (Carmel) – Winter Bird Population Study 1992-1993
Folder 9 Mission Trail Park 1994-95 Winter Bird Pop Study 1994
Folder 10 Pinyon Pine-Rocky Mountain Juniper Woodland 1967-1970
Folder 11 Point Lobos Winter Bird Pop Study 1991
Folder 12 Species Association Groups in Winter
Folder 13 Winter Bird Population Studies, Winter 1992
Folder 14 Winter Species Assn. Groups and Peck Order
Folder 15 Winter Species Assoc. Groups Among Birds – articles
Folder 16 “Evaluation of the Garden of the Gods… for eligibility for registered natural landmark designation,” 1969
Folder 17 Garden of the Gods Book 1998
Folder 18 Cedar Heights Development, undated
Folder 19 Cement Batch Plant (Ready Mix)
Folder 20 Mine Watch (COSC)
Folder 21 Pulpit Rock Development, undated
Folder 22 SPABA – 1974-
Folder 23 Traffic Observations, 1989-1990
Folder 24 Von Engeln Properties
Folder 25 National Park Service and Colorado Springs Park & Recreation Department [originally labeled “Australian” by Beidleman]
Folder 26 Natural History of Rocky Mountain National Park, Manuscript, Final Draft
Folder 27 Preliminary Report of the Integration Experiment, 1956
Folder 28 A Partial, Annotated Bibliography relating to the Dinosaur National Monument and Surrounding Area
Folder 29 Department of the Interior National Park Services Dinosaur National Monument, Historic Ranch Report
Folder 30 Misc. Writing, especially concerning Dinosaur National Monument
Folder 31 RGB Brown U 1938 [including Biology and Spanish homework]
Folder 32 University of Colorado (1) 1947
Folder 33 University of Colorado (2) 1949
Folder 34 University of Colorado (3) 1950s
Folder 35 University of Colorado (4) 1950s
Folder 36 University of Colorado (5) 1950s
Folder 37 University of Colorado (6) 1950s

Box 5 – Master Thesis, Colorado College, Correspondence, Photographs, Newspaper Clippings, and Miscellaneous

Folder 1 R.G.B. Master Thesis 1947 U. Col.
Folder 2 CC 125th Volume
Folder 3 Special Collections Roster – CC
Folder 4 Colorado College – Personal Professional
Folder 5 Colorado College Miscellaneous, 1959-1999 and undated
Folder 6 Correspondence, Professional, 1952-2006 and undated
Folder 7 Correspondence, Personal, 1939-2011 and undated
Folder 8 Correspondence 1995
Folder 9 1996 Correspondence, Including Letters of Recommendation
Folder 10 Correspondence 1997
Folder 11 Correspondence 1998
Folder 12 Correspondence 1999
Folder 13 Correspondence 2000
Folder 14 Correspondence 2000 (continued)
Folder 15 Correspondence 2001
Folder 16 Correspondence 2002
Folder 17 Correspondence 2003
Folder 18 Correspondence 2004
Folder 19 Correspondence 2007-8
Folder 20 Brattstrom, Baynard H. [correspondence]
Folder 21 Cockerell, T.D.A. (Weber book) [correspondence and manuscripts relating to Beidleman’s review of William A. Weber’s “The Last Naturalist”]
Folder 22 Correspondence with Libraries, etc. and Library brochures etc. History of Science [esp. Hunt Folder 23 Botanical Library, Titan Peale, Forster, and Benjamin Davis Wilson]
Folder 23 Evans, The 1820 Long Expedition [correspondence]
Folder 24 Grove, Eric W., 143, Westleigh Ave. Coulsdon Surrey CR5 3AF England [correspondence]
Folder 25 National Trust for Historic Preservation [correspondence]
Folder 26 Pacific Grove Public Library Music Section Correspondence
Folder 27 Ten Black and White and Color Photographs of Same Location, 1946-1996
Folder 28 Two Black and White Photographs in Envelope labeled “Britone” [?] and “Dinosaurs”, undated
Folder 29 Miscellaneous Photographs, 1970-2007 and undated
Folder 30 Newspaper Clippings, 1939-1959
Folder 31 Newspaper Clippings, 1960s
Folder 32 Newspaper Clippings, 1970s
Folder 33 Newspaper Clippings, 1980s
Folder 34 Newspaper Clippings, 1990s
Folder 35 Newspaper Clippings, 2000s
Folder 36 Newspaper Clippings, undated
Folder 37 Letters to the Editor and Drafts, 1964-1998 and undated
Folder 38 Book Reviews, 1966-2006
Folder 39 Lecture Announcements and Posters, 1952-2006 and undated
Folder 40 Lecture Programs, 1964-2010 and undated
Folder 41 Lectures 1992-93
Folder 42 Miscellaneous Lecture Notes, 1982 and undated
Folder 43 Newsletters, 1967-2006
Folder 44 Permissions, Releases, and Consents
Folder 45 Stories by “Papa Wittie”
Folder 46 Miscellaneous Papers and Materials, 1943-2010

Box 6 – Oblong folders and Miscellaneous

Folder 1 Awards
Folder 2 Beidleman Environmental Center Miscellaneous, 1988-2003
Folder 3 Castle Concrete Subpoena, February 4, 1971
Folder 4 Regional “Politics” [title crossed out by Beidleman]
Folder 5 Research Materials, Australia and New Zealand
Folder 6 “Research, notes, and comments on Garden of the Gods”
Folder 7 Royal National Park
Folder 8 A Short Natural History of Burrinjuck State Recreation Area and Surrounding Area
Black and white photographs and scrapbook
Shoebox containing “RGB Lecture Notes” and a box of “Photographs Published”
A Sense of Place inscribed by author Ruth Obee to contributor Beidleman
Box with “Douglas-Fir cone from mature tree from seed sent to Scone Palace, Scotland in 1826 by David Douglas from North America…” [with photograph]
“3 of a Kind,” written by Beidleman in spiral binder, includes photographs

ADDITION, gift of Carol Beidleman, 2018

Box 7 – DARWIN

Notes, research materials, photos, manuscript drafts for Beidleman’s never-published book on Darwin in Australia in 1836, some from England research, ca. 1959, damaged in 1965 flood in Colorado Springs; some from 1985-86 sabbatical research in Australia and England.

Box 8 – DARWIN AND AIKEN

Three folders of manuscript drafts of unpublished Darwin manuscript (these were part of the Linda Beidleman gift of 2017)
4 spiral notebooks with Aiken notes
Aiken Canyon Articles 1984-
Aiken Biography Manuscript
Aiken – research background “dead files”
Holden: Wyoming
Benson, Vermont
Holden/Wyoming
Aiken – Illinois/Indiana
Aiken Publications
envelopes from The Chicago Academy of  Sciences and Denver Museum of Natural History
Reports on Aiken Canyon (Recent
natural history) includes checklists
Aiken: research notes for biography
Aiken: Arizona trip 1876
Aiken Publications and related articles
Aiken: Colorado Springs
Aiken Canyon Flora
Smithsonian
Borcherdt: [Aiken] Rudolph
Aiken: Wheeler Survey 1874
Aiken Canyon: Maps and Photographs
Aiken Canyon Field Trips
Aiken daily/monthly/yearly chronology
Aiken Biographies

Box 9-15 SLIDES, with some related papers. All labels by Beidleman himself. Any information in brackets was added by RGB’s daughter Carol Beidleman.

Box 9: SLIDES
Vapor Trails 1-2 (2)
Vapor Trails 3-4 (2)
Colorado Springs Air Pollution 1-2 (3)
Colorado Springs Air Pollution 3-4 (3)
Denver Air Pollution 1-2 (4)
Air Pollution – Misc. 1-2 (5)
Air Pollution – Misc. 3-4 (5)
Pesticide, Spraying, etc. 1- (5A)
Water Pollution 1-2 (6)
Reservoirs 1-2 (7)
Reservoirs 3-4 (7)
Alkali 1- (7C)
Irrigation (7C)
Floods and Drainage 1-2 (8)
Floods and Drainage 3-4 (8)
Floods and Drainage 5-6 (8)
Floods and Drainage 7-8 (8)
Floods and Drainage 9-10 (8)
Big Thompson Flood (8B)
Erosion (Wind) 1-2 (9A)
Erosion (Water) 1-2 (9B)
Citadel Erosion (9C), Mechanical Erosion and Soils (9D)
Soils 1- (9E)
Ecotones 1-2 (10)
Ecological Concepts and Significant Sites 1-2 (10A)
Ecological Concepts and Significant Sites 3-4 (10A)
Ecological Manipulation (except Pinyon-Woodland) (11)
Channelization (11A)
Predator Control 1- (11B)
Windbreaks (11C)
Deciduous Ecosystems 1-2 (12)
Riparian Ecosystems 1-2 (12A)
[Cottonwood Thesis Areas] Buck Creek (circled 1)
Cottonwood Thesis Areas, North Fork Thompson (circled 2)
[Cottonwood Thesis Areas] Stonewall Creek (circled 3)
[Cottonwood Thesis Areas] Rist Canyon (circled 4)
Cottonwood Thesis Areas, Spring Canyon (circled 5)
Cottonwood Thesis Area, North Poudre Ditch (circled 6)
Cottonwood Thesis Areas, Lefthand (circled 7)
[Cottonwood Thesis Areas] Big Thompson at Loveland (circled 8)
[Cottonwood Thesis Areas] Little Thompson (circled 9)
[Cottonwood Thesis Areas] St. Vrain east of Lyons (circled 10)
[Cottonwood Thesis Areas] Boulder Creek at Valmont (circled 11)
Cottonwood-Willow Thesis Areas, Poudre at Prospect (circled 12)
Cottonwood Thesis Areas, Poudre River at Windsor (circled 13)
[Cottonwood Thesis Areas] Platte River at  Orchard (circled 14)
Eastern:  Cottonwood Thesis Areas, Atwood-Platte River (circled 15)
[Cottonwood Thesis Areas] Black Wolf Creek (circled 16)
1975 Cottonwood/Willow Course 1-2 (12C)
1975 Cottonwood/Willow Course 3-4 (12C)
1975 Cottonwood/Willow Course 5- (12C)
Cool Desert Shrub Ecosystem 1- (13A)
Hot Desert Shrub Ecosystems 1- (13B)
Coniferous Forest Ecosystems 1-2 (14)
Pinyon-Juniper Woodland Ecosystems 1-2 (14A)
Owl Canyon Pinon Woodland (14B)
Grassland 1- (15A)
Tundra 1-2 (15B)
Temperate Rain Forest 1-2 (15C)
Mediterranean Chaparrel 1-2 (15D)
Brushland (15E)
California Coastal Woodland (15F)
Tropical Rain Forest 1- (15G).  
Aiken: Arizona Trip, 1876, 1-2
Aiken: 1876 Arizona Trip, 3-
Aiken: Illinois and Indiana
Aiken lecture, 1-2
Aiken Lecture, 3-4
Aiken Lecture, 5-6
Aiken Lecture, 7-8
Charles Aiken, 36A, 1-2
Charles Aiken, 36A, 3-4
Charles Aiken, 36A, 5-6
Charles Aiken – Personal, 1-2
Aiken: Wheeler Survey
Aiken: Wheeler Survey, 1874, 1-2
Aiken: Illinois, Indiana
Aiken: Vermont
Aiken: Vermont
Aiken: Holden – Sherman, Wyo, 1-2
Aiken Canyon, 340A, 1-2
Monterey County floral field areas
Bay Area floral field areas, 3. Oxalis research
White-throated Swift research
Creosote freeze NM!
Hatton Canyon, 7. Albany Hill, 9. Aspen classes, 10. RMNP classes, 11. Brewer Fracking!
Contains individual manila file folders, labeled by subject [slides, unless labeled otherwise in brackets]:
Hatton Canyon Freeway [papers only]
Hatton Canyon – new Birds, Dec. 15 2005 on [papers only]
Hatton Canyon 1-2
Hatton Canyon 3-4
Hatton Canyon articles [papers only]
50 Families in the Field 2011 [papers only]
San Pablo Reservoir and Briones
Black Diamond
50 Families: Rockville Park – 2
Mitchell Canyon – 1
Mitchell Canyon – 2
Mitchell Canyon/Mount Diablo (Jepson Field Journals)
White-throated Swift [student’s letter with photos]
“Roosting Behavior of White-throated Swifts” 1966-67 Beidleman, Michael Johnston and Carlyn Nelson [written paper, data, photos]
White-throated Swifts, General Information + Papers + Summaries, Literature [printed only, inc. mimeos]
Animas NM Creosote Freeze [papers and photos]
Glacier Basin burn [citations, data, historic photo of burn]
Garland Ranch [Beidleman publications, printed materials]
Garland Ranch Regional Park CA [Beidleman Winter Bird Population Study JFO publication data/printed materials]
Monterey Peninsula (sans Pt. Lobos) [printed materials]
Pacific Grove [printed materials]
Monterey Pine Birds, Cooper Meetings – 1974, Flagstaff, Ariz [and IOC Canberra talk, data from CA and Australia, printed materials]
Scrub Jays: Pacific Grove [printed materials]. 
Literary 1-2, 32
Literary 3-4, 32
John Steinbeck, 32-A, 1-2
Ricketts and Steinbeck, 32A, 3-4
Authors: Jack London, 32 B, 1-2
Authors: Robert L. Stevenson, 32C, 1-2
Authors: British, 32D
Biological Misinformation, 32 E, 1-2
Scientific (etc.) Misinformation, 32 F, 1-2, 1-
Lindsay, Vachel, 32-G
Washington D.C., 33, 1-2
Washington DC and U.S. Presidents
Research Areas-Misc., 34, 1-2
Research Areas, 34, Research 3-4
Research Areas, 34, Research, 1-2 [another one]
Running Creek Field Station, 34 A, 1-2
Grand Valley (Conklin and Rossant), 34 B, 1-2
Grand Valley (Conklin and Rossant), 34 B, 3-
South Park – Other, 34FI, 1-2 (especially succession on abandoned roads)
South Park – Other, 34 FI, 3-4
Wyoming Coal, 34 G, 1-2
Rampart – American: Cedar Heights, 34 H, 1-2
Rampart – American: Cedar Heights, 34 H, 3-4
Public Service Company, Power Plant Sites – SE Colorado, 34 J, 1-2

Box 10: SLIDES

Nixon Power Plant, Colorado Springs, 34 K, 1-
Greenland Ranch, 34 L, 1-2
Greenland Ranch, 34 L, 3-4
Bear Creek Canyon, 34 M, 1-2
Cheyenne Canyon, 34 MA, 1-2
Monument Creek, 34 MD, 1-2 (not Packard, Corporate Centre, Monument Valley Park)
Fountain Creek, 34 ME, 1-2
Misc. Colo. Spr. City Parks, 34 MF, 1-
Fountain Creek Preserve, 34 MG
El Paso County Parks – EPCP-1, 34 MG, 1-1 Fountain Regional
Colo. State Parks – Misc., 34 NA
Colorado State Parks, 34 NA, Mueller State Park
Colo. State Parks, 34 NB, Roxborough
Roxborough State Park, 34 NB
Lathrop State Park, 34 NC, (1-2)
Garden of the Gods, 1-2, 34 O
Garden of the Gods, (3-4), 34-O
Garden of the Gods, 5-6, 34-O
Garden of the Gods, 34-O, 7-8
Glen Eyrie, 34 P, (1-2)
Lathrop State Park – Colorado State Parks, 34 NC
Colorado State Parks, Castlewood, Eleven Mile, Spinney, San Luis Lakes
Colorado State Parks, Navaho, Ridgway, Mancos Lake, Sweitzer, Highline, Island Acres, Crawford, Paonia
Colorado State Parks, Bonny Reservoir, Jackson Lake, Barr Lake
Colorado State Parks, Steamboat, Rifle Gap, State Forest, Stagecoach, Harvey Gap, Sylven, Vega
Colorado State Parks, Pueblo Reservoir S.P., Trinidad Reservoir S.P., Arkansas Headwaters
Colorado State Parks, Chatfield, Cherry Creek, Boyd Lake, Horsetooth Reservoir, Picnic Rock, Lory
Colorado State Parks, Eldorado, Golden Gate, Barbour.
Galapagos 1-2 [1993]
Galapagos 3-4
Galapagos 5-6
Galapagos 7-8
Galapagos 9-10
Galapagos 11-12
Galapagos 13-14
Galapagos 15-16
Galapagos 17-18
Galapagos 19-20
Costa Rica 1-2 [1994, some towards end Panama?]
Costa Rica 3-4
Costa Rica 5-6
Costa Rica 7-8
Costa Rica 9
Baja 1995, 1-20, 21-40
Baja 1995, 41-60, 61-80
Baja, 121-126
Baja 1995, 81-100, 101-120
Lesser Antilles, LA 1-2 [1998]
Lesser Antilles, LA 3-4
Lesser Antilles, LA 5-6
Lesser Antilles, 7-8
Africa, 1-2, 1998
Africa, 3-4
Africa, 5-6
Africa, 7-8
Africa, 9-10
Africa, 11-12
Africa, 13
Australia 1998, A8:3-4
Australia 1998, A8:5-6
Australia 1998, A8:7-8
Australia 1998, A8:9-10
Australia 1998, A8:11-12
Australia 1998, A8:13-14
Australia 1998, A8:15-16
Australia 1998, A8:17-
Australia: Nov/Dec 2005, 1-4
Australia: Nov/Dec 2005, 5-8
Australia: Nov/Dec 2005, 9-12
Village Life on the Waterways of Holland and Belgium, May 10-18, 2002.  
Australia Ecology Lecture, 1-2
Australia Ecology Lecture, 3-4
Australia Ecology Lecture, 5-6
Australia Ecology Lecture, 7-8
Darwin The Man, 1-2
Darwin The Man, 3-4
Darwin The Man, 5-6
Darwin In Australia II: 1-2 (80 slides)
Darwin in Australia, 1-2
Darwin in Australia, 3-4
The Islands Darwin Missed-Hawaii, 1-2
The Islands Darwin Missed-Hawaii, 3-4
The Islands Darwin Missed-Hawaii, 5
Ecology Lecture, 1-2
Ecology Lecture, 3-4
Ecology Lecture, 5-6
Ecology Lecture, 7-8
SW Ecology, 1-2
SW Ecology, 3-4
SW Ecology, 5-6
SW Ecology, 7-8
Energy Talk, 1-2
Energy Talk, 3-4
Weather Lecture, 1-2
Weather Lecture, 3-4
Weather Lecture, 5-

Box 11: SLIDES

Plains to Peaktop Lecture, 1-2
Plains to Peaktop Lecture, 3-4
Plains to Peaktop Lecture, 5-6
Plains to Peaktop Lecture, 7-8
Plains to Peaktop
Winter Ecology Lecture, 1-2
Winter Ecology Lecture, 3-4
Windows to the Southwestern Wilderness (SW Nat. Park Areas lecture), 1-2
Windows to the Southwestern Wilderness, 3-4
Windows to the Southwestern Wilderness (NPS Areas in the Southwest Lecture), 5-6
Colorado Parklands Lecture, 1-2
Colorado Parklands Lecture, 3-4
Colorado Parklands Lecture, 5-6
The Bookworm Turns, 3-4
[unmarked file folder]
San Luis Valley, 53 D, 5-6
San Luis Valley Lecture, 53 D, 5-6
San Luis Valley Lecture, 53 D, 7-8
San Luis Valley, 53 D, 7-8 [note, this listing is correct: there are two identically labeled folders with different slides in them, for 5-6 and 7-8]
San Luis Valley Lecture, 53 D, 9-10
Naturalists 1, Tradescants, Mark Catesby, Linnaeus, Steller, Cook
Naturalists 2, Cook (Cont), Bligh, La Perouse, Malaspina, Vancouver and Menzies
Naturalists 3, Menzies (cont.), Langsdorff, Kotzebue, Chamisso, Eschscholtz, HMS Blossom (Beechey), French Hero and Botta
Naturalists 4, French Hero and Botta (cont.), HMS Sulphur-Belcher and Hinds, Wilkes Expedition, Douglas, Coulter
Naturalists 5, Douglas (cont.), Nuttall, Gambel
Naturalists 6 (inland expeditions), Michaux, Lewis & Clark, Zebulin Pike, Long. Exp.
Naturalists 7, Long Exp. (cont.), Sci. Societies, Torrey, Gray, Baird, Smithsonian, Engelmann, Fremont
Naturalists 8, Fremont (cont.), Emory and War
Naturalists 9, Emory and War (cont.), Boundary Surveys, Sitgraves/Woodhouse, Railroad Surveys
Naturalists 10, Railroad Surveys (cont.), Colo River Survey, CA Geol Survey
Naturalists 11, CA Geol Survey (cont), Parry, Lemmon, Eastwood etc.
Lewis and Clark
Lewis & Clark = Columbia River, 1-5, Oct 2005
Lewis & Clark (Lecture)
Long Expedition
Long Expedition, 20 B
Long Expedition
Long Expedition
Long Exp
Poppy Talk – 1
Poppy Talk – 2
Monterey Pines Lecture, 1-2
Monterey Pines Lecture, 3-4
Monterey Pines incl fauna and flora
Monterey Pines, 34 D, 5-6 (Aust)
Monterey Pines Lecture, 5-6
Monterey Pines – 34 D (1-2)
Monterey Pines, 34 D, 3-4. 
Travel Map of Oahu
Koke’e Trails brochure
‘Awa’awa’puhi Botanical Trail Guide
Hawai’i’s Native Ecosystems: Importance, Conflicts, and Suggestions for the Future
Alaska talk – 3-4
Alaskan Lecture, 5-7
Alaska 1984, 1-2
Alaska 1984, 3-4
Alaska 1984, 5-6
Alaska 1984, 7-8
Alaska 1984, 9-10
Alaska 1984, 11-12
Alaska 1984, 13-14
Alaska 1984, 15-16
Alaska 1984, 17-18
Alaska 1984, 19-20
Alaska 1984, 21-22
Alaska MISC, 1-
Alaska 97: 1-2
Alaska 97: 3-4
Alaska 97: 5-6
Alaska 97: 7-8
Alaska 97: 9
Hawaii – Special Slides (=HSS)
Hawaii 1971, 1-2
Hawaii 1971, 3-4
Hawaii 1971, 5-6
Hawaii 1971, 7-8
Hawaii 1971, 9-10
Hawaii 1971, 11-
Hawaii 1972, 1-2
Hawaii 1972, 3
Hawaii 1979, 1
Hawaii 1987, 1-2
Hawaii 1987, 3-4
Hawaii 1987, 5-6
Hawaii 1987, 7-8
Hawaii 1987, 9-10
Hawaii 1993 [CC class]: 1-3
Hawaii 1993: 4-6
Hawaii 1993: 7-9
Hawaii 1988: 10-12
Hawaii 1988: 13-15
Hawaii 1988: 16-18
Hawaii 1988: 19-20
Hawaii 92, H-92: 1-2
Hawaii 1993 [CC class], 1-2
Hawaii 1993, 3-4
Hawaii 1993: 5-6
Hawaii 1993, 7-8
Hawaii 1993, 9-10.  
Aiken (lecture)
Alexander, Annie
Anthropologists/Archeologists
Florence Merriam Bailey
Bartlett Boundary Survey
Bartram, John and William
Bidwell, John
Bligh
Botta
Brandegee, Townshend and Katharine (Kate) L. (Miscellaneous Naturalists)
Brewer, 1-2
Brewer, 3-4
Brewer, 5-6
Brewer, William
Brewer, William

Box 12: SLIDES

British: HMS Blossom
HMS Sulphur, Captain Belcher, Richard Hinds, George Barclay
Bullock, William
Burroughs, John
Catesby, Mark
T.D.A. Cockerell, Wet Mountain Valley
Columbus
Cook’s Endeavour, 1999, I
Cook’s Endeavour, 1999, II
Cook
Cook (Lecture)
Cook – 1-2, 21 I
Cook, 3-4, 21 I
Cook
Coronado
Joe Doyle et al, 1-2, 21 J
Alice Eastwood
Eastwood, Alice
Eschscholtz/Chamisso
Engelmann (Lecture), Wislizenus, Naturalists -
Escalante
Fort Ross
Engl & Fremont – Aspen-3
Fremont Lecture, 3-4 (Nut/Towns – Aspen-2)
French Exploring Expeditions (except La Perouse)
Gambel 1-2, 20A
Gray, Asa and John Torrey
Greene, Edward Lee (Aspen – 6)
Hayden Surveys
Ives Expedition
Jefferson
Jones, Marcus
Kerns
La Peyrouse
Malaspina
Michaux
Mills, Enos
Nuttall
Nuttall 20
Nuttall 20
Nuttall 20
Nuttall and Townsend in Hawaii
Nelson, Ruth Ashton
Oakland Cemetary
Paleontologists: Cope and Marsh Douglas
Parry, Charles C.
5 – 1867-1877 Surveys
Pike (1-2), 21 G
Powell, John Wesley
Roosevelt, Teddy
Russian Naturalists
Sitgreaves Expedition and Parke, Zuni and Colorado River Expedition, Aug/Sept 1851
Steller, Georg (Bering)
Tradescants
Vancouver 1-2
Whitney Survey
Alexander Wilson
Woodhouse (Lecture)
Sitgreaves Expedition (Woodhouse, Kern), Summer 05
Mary Young. 
SW Ecosystems (Santa Fe), 74: 1-2
SW Ecosystems (Santa Fe), 74: 3-4
SW Ecosystems (Santa Fe), 74: 5-6
SW Ecosystems (Santa Fe), 74: 7-8
SW Ecosystems (El Paso), 75: 1-2
SW Ecosystems (El Paso), 75: 3-4
SW Ecosystems (El Paso), 75: 5-6
SW Ecosystems 75: 7-8
SW Ecosystems, 75: 9-10
SW Ecosystems, 75: 11
SE [should be SW] Ecosystems (Santa Fe), 76: 1-2
SW Ecosystems (Santa Fe), 76: 3-4
SW Ecosystems (Santa Fe), 76: 5-6
SW Ecosystems [some SWRS, Portal AZ], 77: 1-2
SW Ecosystems, 77: 3-4
SW Ecosystems, 77: 5-6
SW Ecosystems, 77: 7-8
SW Ecosystems [some SWRS, Portal AZ], 78:1-2
SW Ecosystems, 78: 3-4
SW Ecosystems, 78: 5-6 [some SWRS, Portal AZ]
SW Ecosystems, 78: 9
SW Ecosystems, 79: 1-2
SW Ecosystems, 79: 3-4 [some SWRS, Portal AZ]
SW Ecosystems, 79: 5-6
SW Ecosystems, 79: 7-8
SW Ecosystems, 80: 1-2 [some SWRS, Portal AZ]
SW Ecosystems, 80: 3-4
SW Ecosystems, 80: 5-6
SW Ecosystems, 80: 7-8
SW Ecosystems, 80: 9-10
SW Ecosystems, 80: 11-12
SW Ecosystems, 81: 1-2 [some SWRS, Portal AZ]
SW Ecosystems, 81: 3-4
SW Ecosystems, 81: 5-6
SW Ecosystems, 81: 7-8
SW Ecosystems, 81: 9-
SW Ecosystems, 82: 1-2 [SWRS, Portal AZ]
SW Ecosystems, 82: 3-4
SW Ecosystems, 82: 5-6
SW Ecosystems, 82: 7-8
SW Ecosystems, 82: 9-10
SW Ecosystems, 83: 1-2 [SWRS, Portal AZ]
SW Ecosystems, 83: 3-4
SW Ecosystems, 83: 5-6
SW Ecosystems, 83: 7-8
SW Ecosystems, 83: 9-10
SW Ecosystems, 83: 11-12
SW Ecosystems, 84: 1-2
SW Ecosystems, 84: 3-4 [ some SWRS, Portal AZ]
SW Ecosystems, 84: 5-6
SW Ecosystems, 84: 7-8
SW Ecosystems, 85: 1-2 [ some SWRS, Portal AZ]
SW Ecosystems, 85: 3-4
SW Ecosystems, 85: 5-6
SW Ecosystems, 85: 7-8
SW Ecosystems, 86: 1-2 [some SWRS, Portal AZ]
SW Ecosystems, 86: 3-4
SW Ecosystems, 86: 5-6.  [Note: See Box #14 for more SW Ecosystems courses slides.]   
Chautauqua, 1-2
Chautauqua, 3-4
Chautauqua: New York, Pacific Grove (etc.)

Box 13: SLIDES

America the Beautiful, 1-3
America the Beautiful, 4-6
America the Beautiful, 7-8
Jepson lecture, 1-2
Jepson talk, 3-4
Wilkes, Or/Cal Inland
US Exploring Expedition, Inland CA route, 1841
Wilkes, Australia
Wilkes Lecture, 1-2
Wilkes Lecture, 2
Wilkes Lecture, 1
Wilkes Lecture, 2
Wilkes Lecture, 5-6
Wilkes Lecture, 7
Wilkes
Audubon, 1-2
Audubon, 3-4
Audubon, 5-6
Audubon, 7-8
Audubon, 9-10
No label
Audubon
Pacific Railroad Surveys, Muir
Muir
Muir #
Muir, John
Peale
Peale
Peale
Peale
Peale Family
Antilles #1
Antilles #2
West Coast Scientists, 1-2
West Coast Scientists, 3-4
Fremont Lecture, 7
Fremont, 21 C, 3-4
Fremont, 5-6
Fremont
Fremont
Fremont Lecture, 5-6.
Succession, 16, 1-2
Succession – 16, 3-4
Aiken Canyon, 16D
Garden of the Gods Impact, 16E, 1-2 (2=Utility Line)
Pinyon-Juniper Woodland Alteration, 16F, 1-2
Pinyon-Juniper Woodland Convert, 16F, 3-4
Paul Intemann Memorial Nature Trail, 16H, 1-2
Stratton Preserve, 16I
Stratton Preserve, 16I
Stratton Preserve, 16I
Indians, 17
Signs, 18, 1-2
Solid Waste, 19, 1-
Geology, 20a
Geology, 20b
Fossils, 21
Winter Ecology, 22, 1-2
Pueblo, CO 22A, 1-2 (1=Pinyon Rest Stop, Pueblo Interstate
2=Pueblo Mall, Motel landscaping)
Pueblo, 22A, 3-4 (USC)
Pueblo, 22A, USC-5 Incl. Pueblo West-6, 5-6
Shopping Centers-22B, 1-2
Fires, 23, 1-2
Fires and Fireburns, 23, 3-
Bear Creek Burn-23A, 1-2
Mining, 25, 1-2 (except El Paso County limestone quarries)
Mining, 25, 3-4
Ute Pass Quarries, 25A, 1-2 (Waldo Canyon, Avenger Claims, Gravel Operations, Peat Mining)
Ute Pass Quarries, 25A, 3-4
Land Reclamation, 25B, 1-
Rutile Mining (Australia), 25C, 1-
Aquatic Ecosystems (Freshwater) – 26a, 1-2
Aquatic Ecosystems (Marine) – 26B, 1-2
Williams Fork – 27, 1-2
Williams Fork, 27, 3-4
Williams Fork – 27, 5-6
Williams Fork, 27, 7-8
Williams Fork – 27, 9-10
Williams Fork – 27, 11-12
Williams Fork, 27: 13-14
Williams Fork, 27: 15-
Aerial Views, 28, 1-2
Aerial Views, 28, 3-4
Aerial Views, 28, 5-6
Aerial Views, 28, 7-8
Aerial Views, 28 (9-10)
Aerial Views, 28 (11-12)
Aerial View, 13-14
Maps: Slides, 28: Highways and Cars (including construction but not landscaping), 1-2
Highway Landscaping, 29A, 1-2
Highway Landscaping, Interstate 25 C.S. – Monument, 29 AI
Denver RTD, 29C, 1-2
Land Development, 30, 1-2
Land Development, 30, 3-4
Land Developments, 30: 5-6
Fort Carson, 30A, 1-2
21st Street, Colorado Springs, 31A, 1-2
Union Blvd Extension (Colorado Springs), 31B, 1-2.    
Geol/Ecol SW MAT Summer Institute, 1978, 1-2 [lists itinerary]
Geol/Ecol SW MAT Summer Institute, 1984, 1-2, Loeffler, Stoller, Joe Gordon [lists itinerary]
Geol/Ecol SW MAT Summer Institute, 1984, 3-4
Geol/Ecol SW, 1987, SW MAT [includes itinerary, inc. Echo]
SW MAT Geol/Ecol SW, 3-4, 12 July – 20 July 1987
SW Ecosystems Courses, 1-2
SW Ecosystems Courses, 5-6
SW Ecosystems, Misc.
SW – Misc
SW – Misc
SW Ecosystems, PJ, 73: 1-2
SW Ecosystems, PJ, 73: 3-4
SW Ecosystems, PJ, 73: 5-6
PJ Ecosystems, PJ, 73: 7

Box 14: SLIDES

Geol/Ecol SW, 1988: 1-2, Spring
Geol/Ecol SW, 1983: 3-4
Geol/Ecol SW, 1985, 1-2
Geol/Ecol SW, 1985: 3-4 [includes itinerary]
Geol/Ecol SW, 1983: 5-
SW Ecol/Geol, 85: 5-6
Geol/Ecol SW, 1986
Geo/Ecol SW, 86
Ecol/Geol SW, April 1988, 1-2
Geo/Ecol SW, 88, 3-4
SW Geol/Ecol. Fall 1992 (Block 3) (Oct-Nov), 92A:1-2
Geol/Ecol SW, Autumn 1992, 3-
Geol/Ecol SW, Apr/May 1992, 1-2
Geol/Ecol SW, Apr/May 1992, 3-4
Geol/Ecol SW Apr/May 1992, 5-6
Geol/Ecol of the SW, 92: 7
Patterns – SW (with Noblett), 1984: 1-2
SW Herps
SW Birds
SW Trees
SW Shrubs
SW Mammals
SW Invertebrates
SW Flowers and Grasses
SW Ecosystem, Preview, 72: 1-2
SW Ecosystems, Preview, 72:3
SW Ecosystems, Preview, 75: 1-2
SW Ecosystems, Preview, 75: 3-4.
Contents: Jepson Personal File, No. 1
RMNP Summer lectures – Zoology, Steller, L&C-Pika
Long
RMNP Summer Course Lecture, Bot.
Hartweg, Karl Theodor [printed materials only, published article, research notes, writings]
Mission San Antonio de Padua
Contents [CA Frontier Naturalists - notes/typed info related to California Frontier Naturalists book]
Coulter, Thomas
Bent’s Fort, 1-2
loose printed matter
Earl Douglas [printed article on Earl Douglass]
Songs of Biology [printed songs]
Chautauqua [1889 Pacific Coast Assembly publication, research notes, printed articles
for 2005 RBG talk at Pacific Grove Museum of Natural History, “Pacific Coast Chautauqua – A Magnet for Natural Scientists”]
Chautauqua [printed materials only, related to talk]
Chautauqua notes [RGB notes for his talk]
Summer 05 [field class, RMNP?]
El Cerrito Native Gardens
Joshua NM – Anza Borrego, 3-4
Joshua NM/Anza Borrego
Fountain Creek Co.
Southeast Utah, 2003
SW Utah, 2005
SW to SE Utah, 2005
SW Utah, 2005
Zion etc., 2005
Aspen Region
RMNP 04 [field seminar], North Park, Cameron Pass?
Bird Behavior: Dust Bathing
Harbor Seals
Linnaeus
Fort Tejon
Colo Nat Mon, 1991
Astronomy (etc)
Mount Shasta Area
Hickison Summit Nev.
Trees and Shrubs, 56, 1-2.    
Succession
Succession (Change), 1-2
Succession, 3-4
Succession, 5-6
Creosote [freeze near Animas NM, with papers]
RMNP: Leafy Spurge
RMNP Elk
Willow Park, RMNP
RMNP: Sheep Lake
RMNP Horseshoe Park, 39D, Sheep Lake [empty]
RMNP: Horseshoe Park, 39C
Lawn Lake Flood, 8AI, 1-2 (July 15, 1982)
Rainbow Lakes Fireburn, Photographs [and printed materials]
Rainbow Lakes Succession
Rainbow Lakes Succession, 16D, 1-2
Rainbow Lakes, 16D: 3-4
South Park Grazing (Hartsel), 34F, 1-2
Overgrazing, 24, 1-2
Blue Mesa Reservoir, 7A, 5-6 (shore line to  butte view, from west highway overlooks)
Blue Mesa Reservoir, Fluctuating Waterlines, upstream photos
Blue Mesa Reservoir, West End, near Visitor Center, Fluctuation water site, 7A
Blue Mesa Reservoir, Aerial Photos, Dams, 7A
Blue Mesa Project, Misc. including early
Blue Mesa Reservoir, Bridges, Road, etc. Problems, 7A
Independence Pass Snowslide-34E, 1-2
Independence Pass Snowslide-34E, 3-4
Independence Pass, 5-6
Glenwood Canyon, 29B, 1-2 (including Interstate 70 Vail Pass)
Glenwood Canyon and highway (Interstate 70) (including Vail Pass), 29B, 3-4
Glenwood Canyon, 29B, 5-6
Weller Lake Five (Aspen), 23B, 1
Independence Pass Area: other, Town of Independence, Lodgepole Pine Plantation, etc.
Greenhorn Clear-cut, 16B, 1-2
Greenhorn Clear-cut, B, 3-4
Greenhorn Clear-cut, 12 June, 2004
Greenhorn Clear-cut, 16B, 5-
Rampart Range Lodgepole Clear-cut, 16c, 1-2
Packpard Development (Fillmore St.) at Monument Creek, 34 MC, 1-2
Corporate Centre, 34 MB, 1-2
Rampart Range, Lodgepole, Clear-cut, 16C-3-4
Corporate Centre, 34 MB, 3-4
Corporate Centre, 34 MB, 5-6
Packard, 34 MC, 3-4
Packard, 34 MC, 5-6
Castle Concrete Quarries, 25 D, 1-2
Castle Concrete Quarries, 25 D, 3-4
8th Street, Colorado Springs, 31, 1-2
8th Street, Colorado Springs, 31, 3-4
8th Street, 31, 5-6
CSOC/Falcon Air Station, Landscaping, 30B, 1-2
CSOC – Falcon Air Station, 30 B, 3-4
Scout Jamboree, C.S. Site – Boys, 34 I, 1-2, 1960 on
Scout Jamboree, C.S. Site, Girls, 34I, 3-4, 1959 on
Scout Jamboree, 5 – C.S. Girl 1959 on, 34 I
Scout Jamboree, Farragut, Idaho, 34 I, 1-
Scout Jamboree [not in file folders]
Putting Green Succession – 21st St. C.S., 16 G, 1-.

Box 15: SLIDES

Lumbering (including clear-cutting), Forestry (beetles, etc), 41
Butterflies and Moths, 41A
Energy, 41B
Geological and Other Hazards (see also: snowslides and landslides), 42, 1-2
Snowslides, Landslides (old and new) incl revegetation, 42A, 1-
Sunsets and Sunrises, 43, 1-2
Sunsets, 43, 3-4
Animal Behavior, 44
Agriculture, 45, 1-
Eastonville, CO, 45A, 1-
Fishes, 46, 1-2
Amphibians, 47:1-2
Reptiles: Lizards, 48 B-1-2
Reptiles: Snakes, 48A:1-2
Reptiles: Turtles/Alligators, 48C:1-2
Salmon River, 1975, 50:1-2
Salmon River, 1975, 50: 3-4
Salmon River, 1975, 50:5
Colorado College, 50A, 1-
Artiodactyla, 51C, 1-2
Artiodactyla, 51C, 3-4
Artiodactyla, 51C, 5-6
Lagomorpha, 51A, 1-
Carnivora, 51B, 1-2
Rodentia, 51D, 1-2
Rodentia, 3-4
Rodentia, 51D, 5-6
Whales, Seals, etc., 51E, 1-
Shrews, Bats, Others, 51F
Tracks and Signs, 51G, 1-
Weather/Climate, 51, 1-2
Weather/Climate, 52, 3-4
Weather/Climate, 52, 5-6
Clouds, 52A, 1-2
Clouds, 52A:3-4
Green River, 53, 1-2
Green River, 53, 3-4
Green  River, 53, 5-6
Dolores River Trip, May 1978, 53A, 1-2
Dolores River Trip, May 1978, 53A, 3-4
Invertebrates
Summer Coon Volcano, 53B, 1-2
Insects: Coleoptera
Insects (except butterflies/moths)
Invertebrates: Echinoderms
Invertebrates
Invertebrates.     
White House Ranch, 34Q (1-2)
White House Ranch, 34Q (3-4)
White House Ranch, Indian Encampment, 34R, 1-2
White House Ranch, Indian Encampment, 34R, 3-4
Magnolia Road Lake, Succession, 34V-1
Monument Hill, Ponderosa Pines, 34W, 1-2
Ayers Ranch and Windbreak, 34X
Larkspur Landslide, 34Y, 1-
Wet Mountains – Miscellaneous, 34Z
New Mexico, 35A, 1-2
Fort Union Ranch, N.M., 35AI, 1-2
Fort Union (and Fort  Union Ranch), 35AI, 3-4
Fort Union (and Fort Union Ranch), 35AI, 5-6
Florida, 35B, 1-2
Colorado, 35D
Colorado, 35D, 1-2
Colorado, 35D, 3-4
Colorado, 35D, 5-6
Colorado, 35D, 7-8
Aspen, 35DI, 1-2
Aspen, 35D-I, 3-4
Aspen Area, 35DI, 5-6
Aspen, 35D-I, 1-2
Aspen, 35DI
Aspen Area
Colorado Springs, Before/After, 35E-I, 1-
Colorado Springs Area, 35E, 1-2 (FAB) [=Fred Allen Beidleman, Dr. Richard  Beidleman’s father, who was stationed in Colorado Springs, Civilian Personnel Section, Air Force, 1945-47])
Colorado Springs Area, 35E, 3-4 (FAB)
Colorado Springs Area, 35E, 5-6 (FAB)
Colorado Springs Area, 35E, 7-8
Colorado Springs Area, 35E, 9-10
Colorado Springs Area, 35E, 11-12
Colorado Springs Area, 35E
Colorado Springs Area, 35E
Colorado Springs Aerials, 35E-II, 1-
Arizona, 35F, 1-2
Oregon/Washington (35G, Nevada/Idaho/Montana/Wyoming, 35H
Dakotas, Nebraska, 35I
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, 35J
Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, Mississippi, 35K
British Columbia, 1978, 35 NBC, 1-2
British Columbia, 1978, 35 NBC, 3-4
British Columbia, 1978, 35 NBC, 5-6
Canada, 35N, 1-2
Mexico, 35O
Alaska, 35P, 1-
Kansas, 35R
Missouri – Arkansas, 35S, 1-
Texas/Oklahoma, 35T, 1-2
Utah, 35U
New York, Conn. Rhode Island, 35W
Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, 35X
Cripple Creek, Victor etc., 35Z
Landscaping, 36, 1-2
Landscaping, 36, 3-4
Landscaping, 36, 5-6


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