Fultz (1857-1948) was a school superintendent before becoming the director of conservation and reforestation in Los Angeles
city schools (1925-32). He also lectured on subjects ranging from California, Hawaii and Yellowstone to camping, wildflowers
and weeds. The collection consists of the manuscripts of 37 books and articles by Fultz, as well as carbons, early drafts,
illustrations and research notes, books and periodicals containing articles by Fultz. The collection also contains runs of
the Sierra Club bulletin,
Trails and other periodicals, pamphlets and bound volumes, nitrate negatives, and glass lantern slides.
Fultz was born on August 21, 1857 in Wilton Junction, Iowa; Ph.B (1886) and MA (1889), Iowa State University; taught at Burlington
(Iowa) High School, 1886-95; superintendent of Burlington Public Schools in Burlington (1899-1909) and Santa Barbara, California
(1909-13); moved to Los Angeles in 1913; became director of conservation and reforestation in Los Angeles city schools, 1925-32;
was a member of the Sierra Club, and also a lecturer, giving illustrated lectures on subjects ranging from California, Hawaii
and Yellowstone to camping, wildflowers and weeds; publications include
The Upper Mississippi Region (1908),
A Study of the Sierra Nevada (1908),
The Fly-Aways and Other Seed Travelers (1909),
The Elfin Forest of California (1923), and
Lily, Iris and Orchid of Southern California (1928); he died in 1948.
33.0 linear feet
38 oversize boxes.
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