Guide to the Rockport Redwood Company Records, ca. 1907-1969

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Guide to the Rockport Redwood Company Records, ca. 1907-1969

Collection number: BANC MSS 70/184 c

The Bancroft Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California

Contact Information:

Processed by:
Mary Morganti, with assistance from John Hawk
Date Completed:
April 1992
Encoded by:
Alvin D. Pollock
© 1996 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Collection Title: Rockport Redwood Company Records,
Date: ca. 1907-1969
Collection Number: BANC MSS 70/184 c
Collector: Rockport Redwood Company
Extent: Number of containers: 19 cartons Linear feet: 23.75
Repository: The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

The collection is open for use; folders 2-4, 34-1, and 34-2 restricted until 2038.

Publication Rights

Copyright has been assigned to The Bancroft Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of the Manuscripts Division. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Rockport Redwood Company records, BANC MSS 70/184 c, The Bancroft Library.

Materials Cataloged Separately

  • Maps have been transferred to the Map Collection of The Bancroft Library.

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The records of the Rockport Redwood Company were given to The Bancroft Library on January 13, 1971 by Harry A. Merlo, Vice President, on behalf of the Georgia-Pacific Corporation, known as the Louisiana-Pacific Corporation after 1972.

Corporate History

Rockport Redwood Company was one of many lumber interests owned by the business empire of Ralph M. Rounds of Wichita, Kansas. In 1937, he took a lease to operate, with option to buy, the Cottoneva Redwood Company, a California firm incorporated in 1933; it was renamed Rockport Redwood Company in 1941, when Rounds exercised the purchase option. The operations consisted of a sawmill and townsite at Rockport, California, 200 miles north of San Francisco, and about 40,000 acres of timber lands nearby.
The first sawmill at the site was built by William R. Miller in 1877. Upon his retirement, in 1886, Miller sold the mill and his landholdings to the newly organized Cottoneva Lumber Company. They improved and operated the facilities at Rockport until the mill was destroyed by fire in 1900. It was not rebuilt and the manufacture of lumber was discontinued. Sometime after 1907, Cottoneva was acquired by the Dusenbury family, operators of nearby mill until 1912, when it burned. Cottoneva Lumber Company was incorporated in 1910 and became the successor to the Dusenbury's New York and Pennsylvania Redwood Company. Their plans for a new mill and operations at Rockport were never realized and Rockport remained quiet until 1925, when the assets of Cottoneva Lumber Company were acquired by the newly formed Finkbine-Guild Lumber Company of Jackson, Mississippi. Their operations at Rockport were a financial disaster and abandoned in 1927. Their assets were acquired in 1928 by the Great Southern Lumber Company of Bogolusa, Louisiana, which merged with it to form the Southern Redwood Company; their operations also failed and were shutdown in 1929. The Dusenbury family and other bondholders foreclosed on the defaulted bonds of the Finkbine-Guild Lumber Company and, in 1933, chartered the Cottoneva Redwood Company.
In 1945 Rounds Lumber Company was incorporated in California, with offices in San Francisco, as the sole wholesale outlet of lumber milled by the Rockport Redwood Company. Rounds & Kilpatrick Lumber Company built and began operating a lumber drying and remanufacturing plant in Cloverdale, California in 1948. Until 1957, the role of Rockport Redwood Company was to supply rough green lumber from its timberlands to this plant, for processing into finished lumber for retail sales. Rounds & Porter, Inc., of California, was an extension of the parent company, Rounds & Porter, Inc. of Wichita, Kansas, which owned retail lumber yards in Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. These corporations operated together for a number of years, but the multiplicity of names confused even managers within the companies.
Unable to compete with more modern facilities, the Rockport mill closed in 1957 and was dismantled and auctioned off in 1960, following Rounds death. In that same year, the American Tree Farm System certified the Rockport Redwood Company's 36,481-acre timberlands as the Ralph M. Rounds Tree Farm and managed the land for long-term timber growth, with annual sales to neighboring companies. Family heir, Ralph C. Bill Rounds sold Rockport Redwood Company to Georgia-Pacific on July 30, 1968. In 1973 the Rounds Tree Farm was spun off from Georgia-Pacific into the newly created Louisiana-Pacific Corporation. As of 1991, Louisiana-Pacific continued to operate the Rounds Tree Farm for long-term timber growth.
[From Alley, Bowen & Co.'s History of Mendocino County (1880, reissued, 1967: Mendocino Historical Society), with additional information provided by Ron Arnold, Bellevue, Wash.]

Scope and Content

The records of the Rockport Redwood Company, a predecessor of the Georgia-Pacific Corporation and the Louisiana-Pacific Corporation, are a rich resource on the redwood lumber business from the early 1940s to the mid-1960s. The files contain correspondence, reports, legal records of land transactions, surveys and property descriptions, financial records, articles, speeches, newsletters, and other miscellaneous papers concerning the operating and business aspects of the company and the industry, as well as such technical subjects such as reforestation, fertilization, growth studies, and thinning. The collection also contains documents illuminating the early career of Louisiana-Pacific's President and Chairman of the Board, Harry A. Merlo, who was employed by the owners of Rockport Redwood Company from 1950 to 1967.
The Rockport Redwood Company records contain files of interest to researchers of life in company mill towns, records that document land sales and transactions as well as describe disputes between timber owners and loggers, ledgers and accounts that track the evolution of logging and mill equipment in great detail, annual reports and other Papers that record the efforts of a medium-sized redwood lumber company struggling with price swings and declining timber supply in the face of huge well-capitalized competitors and environmental groups pressuring for the creation of a redwood national park. In addition, a series of files on company and local history, assembled by Bernard Z. Agrons, the last Vice President and General Manager of Rockport Redwood Company, is appended at the end of the coded files of company records.
The collection appears to have been removed from the file drawers of the company intact and transfered directly without extensive purging. The bulk of the collection, following an initial set of copies of outgoing correspondence and memoranda, has been numerically coded and titled with subject entries; these file numbers and titles have been retained in this arrangement. Bracketed series numbers have been added to the series of subject files found following the numerically coded files.
Folders found empty have been noted, in addition to the following files listed in the inventory prepared by the company, but not received. These are:
Series 27: Easements and Right-of-way

Series 28: Surveys and Property Description

Series 29: Reforestation

Series 30: Fertilization

Series 31: Land Clearance

Series 38: Coastwise Tract

Series 46: Animal Damage Committee

Series 50: Georgia-Pacific Corporation.
It is presumed that these files and the contents of the empty folders were retained for use by the Louisiana-Pacific Corportation or that the folders and file series were established but never used.

Summary of Container Contents

Ctn. 1
[uncoded correspondence]
Ctn. 2
Series 1-1 to 2-17
Ctn. 3
Series 2-18 to 4-5
Ctn. 4
Series 4-6 to 8-5
Ctn. 5
Series 8-6 to 13-2
Ctn. 6
Series 13-3 to 19-5a
Ctn. 7
Series 19-6 to 20-22
Ctn. 8
Series 20-23 to 23-13
Ctn. 9
Series 24-1 to 26-8
Ctn. 10
Series 26-9 to 32-31
Ctn. 11
Series 33-1 to 41-2
Ctn. 12
Series 41-3 to 41-32
Ctn. 13
Series 41-32a to 43-14
Ctn. 14
Series 43-15 to 48-8
Ctn. 15
Series 49-1 to [51-15]
Ctn. 16
Series [52-1] to [53-12]
Ctn. 17
Series [54-1] to [57-16]
Ctn. 18
Series [57-17] to [58-22]
Ctn. 19
Series [58-23] to [59-37]

Container List

 

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE, 1950-1969

 

[OUTGOING LETTERS AND INTEROFFICE MEMORANDA]

Ctn. 1, folder 1

Letters and memoranda 1950-56

folder 2

Letters and memoranda 1957-58

folder 3-7

Letters and memoranda 1961

folder 8-11

Letters and memoranda 1962

folder 12-15

Letters and memoranda 1963

folder 16-19

Letters and memoranda 1964

folder 20-23

Letters and memoranda 1965

folder 24-27

Letters and memoranda 1966

folder 28-31

Letters and memoranda 1967

folder 32-35

Letters and memoranda 1968-Jan. 1969

 

INCOMING LETTERS AND INTEROFFICE MEMORANDA

Ctn. 2, folder [1-0]

File Indexes [1961]

folder 1-1

General 1956-68

Physical Description: (2 folders)
folder 1-2

L. I. Holmes 1957-59

Physical Description: (3 folders)
folder 1-3

F. C. Kilpatrick 1958-64

folder 1-4

R. C. Rounds 1961-68

folder 1-5

Dwight M. Rounds 1958-67

folder 1-6

Carl A. Nelson (2 folders) 1958-68

folder 1-7

H. A. Merlo 1960-68

folder 1-8

Ralph Rounds 1958-60

folder 1-9

Personal— Agrons 1955-65

folder 1-10

Curiosities 1944-63

folder 1-11

Earl Hupp 1958-65

folder 1-12

C. D. Burrus 1959-68

folder 1-13

Cory A. Black 1958-62

folder 1-14

Falk, Johnson & Cleland 1961-68

folder 1-15

Malcolm Miller 1963-68

folder 1-16

Heath Angelo 1962-65

Physical Description: (2 folders)
folder 1-17

John Miles 1963-64

folder 1-18

Selden Catlin 1964-65

 

SERIES 2: GENERAL MANAGEMENT, 1953-1968.

Ctn. 2, folder [2-1]

Unpaid Bills [file not received]

folder 2-2

Bookkeeping 1958-64

folder 2-3

Expense Accounts 1957-68

folder 2-4

Payroll [restricted until 2038] 1959-67

folder 2-5

Old Photographs [correspondence re] 1959-65

folder 2-6

Directors 1959-68

folder 2-7

Equipment Rental & Sales 1958-65

folder 2-8

Insurance 1959-68

folder 2-9

Bank of America 1958-67

folder 2-10

N.L.M.A. 1960-62

folder 2-11

Pacific Logging Congress 1966-68

folder 2-12

Price lists, Supplies 1960-68

folder 2-13

Labor 1960-61

folder 2-14

Federal Trade Commission 1964-65

folder 2-15

Associated Taxpayers of Mendocino (ATOM) 1961

folder 2-16

Monthly activity distribution 1959-68

folder 2-17

Vehicles and heavy equipment 1960-67

Ctn. 3, folder 2-18

Articles of Incorporation 1959-60

folder [2-18b]

Officers & Directors 1953-56

folder 2-19

Advertising 1961-66

folder 2-20

Dun & Bradstreet reports 1961-65

folder 2-21

Charitable donations 1961-64

folder 2-22

Associated companies 1962-67

folder 2-23

Redwood Region Logging Conference 1961-67

folder 2-24

Historical Data 1962-64

folder 2-25

State Parks 1964

folder 2-26

California Redwood Association 1962-68

folder 2-27

Airplane 1962

folder 2-28

Claims 1956-58

folder 2-29

Public Relations 1962-66

folder 2-30

Western Forestry & Conservation Association 1964-68

folder 2-31

Clausen 1963-67

folder 2-32

Gasoline tax refund claims 1963-68

folder 2-33

Guaranty—Warrantees 1965-68

folder 2-34

Instructions for operation [of] small equipment 1959-68

folder 2-35

Gasoline Consumption Reports 1964-68

folder 2-36

California State Chamber of Commerce 1964-68

folder 2-37

Hawaiian investment 1963-64

folder 2-38

KIEM -TV 1965-68

folder 2-39

Fort Bragg Advocate 1966

folder 2-40

Commonwealth Club 1966-68

folder 2-41

Farm Advisor 1967-68

folder 2-42

Press Club 1967

folder 2-43

Board of Supervisors 1968

folder 2-44

KMFB 1968

 

SERIES 3: TOWNSITE MANAGEMENT, 1938-1968.

Ctn. 3, folder 3-1

Rainfall statistics 1961-67

folder 3-2

Protection 1960-68

folder 3-3

Church Building 1959

folder 3-4

Pacific Gas & Electric 1959-64

folder 3-5

Dogs 1959

folder 3-6

Housing 1956-67

folder 3-7

Store 1959-68

folder 3-8

Unlawful Detainers 1960-67

folder 3-9

School 1938-53

folder 3-10

Rentals 1960-68

folder 3-11

Television 1955-60

folder 3-12

Sawmill Liquidation 1959-61

folder 3-13

Powderhouse 1960

folder 3-14

Postoffice 1961

folder 3-15

Water and Sewer System 1961-67

folder 3-16

Telephone 1961-66

folder 3-17

Rockport Recreational Development 1962-68

folder 3-18

Rounds Grove 1964-68

folder 3-19

Flooding 1965

folder 3-20

Beach 1965-67

folder 3-21

Dump 1968

folder 3-22

Guest House 1967

 

SERIES 4: TRACT MANAGEMENT, 1954-1968.

Ctn. 3, folder 4-1

Forest Practice Rules 1959-62

folder 4-2

Grazing 1961-66

folder 4-3

General Permits, Passes 1957-67

folder 4-4

Timber Operation Permit 1959-67

folder 4-5

Leggett Property:

 

A Fire Control Station 1958-63

 

B 87 ± acres Standish-Hickey State Park 1963-65

 

C Division of Highways 1961-62

Ctn. 4, folder 4-6

Sale, Rock and Gravel 1959-64

folder 4-7

Roads and Bridges 1960-67

folder 4-8

Stream Clearance 1960-68

folder 4-9

Radio Communications 1957-68

folder 4-10

Aerial Photography 1960-66

folder 4-11

Geological Resources 1960-64

folder 4-12

Tree Farm 1959-60

folder 4-13

Hunting and Fishing 1957-66

folder 4-14

Squatters 1954

folder 4-15

Watchman 1961-63

folder 4-16

Gregory Property, Hale's Grove 1961

folder 4-17

Base Maps 1968

folder 4-18

Henri Nerbonne 1963-67

folder 4-19

Gates 1963-68

folder 4-20

Stash Disposal 1963-68

folder 4-21

Firewood 1966-68

folder 4-22

Legal Liability 1965

folder 4-23

Hollowtree Dam [empty]

folder 4-24

Scenic Highway 1966-68

folder 4-25

Camping 1966

folder 4-26

Fire Insurance, Timber 1966

folder 4-27

Christmas Trees 1967-68

folder 4-28

Land Conservation Act [empty]

folder 4-29

Zoning 1962-66

 

SERIES 5: ANNUAL REPORTS, 1959-1967.

Ctn. 4, folder 5-1

Annual reports 1959

folder 5-2

Annual reports 1960

folder 5-4

Annual reports 1960-61

folder 5-6

Annual reports 1961-62

folder 5-7

Annual reports 1962-63

folder 5-8

Annual reports 1962-64

folder 5-9

Annual reports 1964-65

folder 5-10

Annual reports 1965-66

folder 5-11

Annual reports 1966-67

 

SERIES 6: POLICY, 1958-1967.

Ctn. 4, folder 6-1

General Company 1958-67

folder 6-2

Timber Sales 1965

folder 6-3

Vehicles 1965

 

SERIES 7: LAND TITLES AND ABSTRACTS, 1907-1959.

Ctn. 4, folder 7-1

Cottoneva Land Titles 1907-59

 

Finkbine Guild

 

South Redwood

 

Rockport Redwood Company

folder 7-2

Frick Land Titles 1945-51

 

SERIES 8: TIMBER SALES, 1958-1967.

Ctn. 4, folder 8-0

Timber Sale Policy 1959-65

folder 8-1

Miscellaneous Outside Sales 1958-68

folder 8-2

General Timber Sale 1959-60

folder 8-3

Timber Sale, G1— Branscomb Enterprises 1959

folder 8-4

Timber Sale G2F1— Mill Creek Lumber Co. 1959-60

folder 8-5

Timber Sale F2— Crofoot Lumber Company 1959-60

Ctn. 5, folder 8-6

Timber Sale G3F3— Bojock Lumber Company 1960-61

folder 8-7

Timber Sale G4Di— Branscomb Enterprises 1961

folder 8-8

General Timber Sale 1961

folder 8-10

Timber Sale Forms, Others 1958

folder 8-11

Timber Sale Forms, Rockport 1959-60

folder 8-12

Timber Sale G5A1— Branscomb Enterprises 1962-63

folder 8-13

Timber Sale G6D2— Branscomb Enterprises 1963-65

folder 8-14

Timber Sale G7D4— Branscomb Enterprises 1964

folder 8-15

Timber Sale G8D4— Branscomb Enterprises 1965-66

folder 8-16

Timber Sale G9A2— Branscomb Enterprises 1966

folder 8-17

Timber Sale G10 — Branscomb Enterprises 1967

 

SERIES 9: TIMBER MARKING, 1958-1967.

Ctn. 5, folder 9-1

General 1958-62

folder 9-2

Paint and Supplies 1959-67

 

SERIES 10: THINNING, 1957-1967.

Ctn. 5, folder 10-1

General 1959-67

folder 10-2

Poles, General Information 1957-62

folder 10-3

North Fork Mule Creek 1958-66

 

SERIES 11: GROWTH STUDIES, 1942-1962.

Ctn. 5, folder 11-1

General 1943-57

folder 11-2

Residual Trees 1942-53

folder 11-3

Growth Report 1957-58

folder 11-4

U.S. Forest Survey 1950-58

folder 11-5

Permanent Sample Plots 1961

folder 11-6

Reproduction Surveys 1962

 

SERIES 12: UNION LANDING, 1959-1968.

Ctn. 5, folder 12-1

General 1959-66

folder 12-2

Purchases 1960-65

folder 12-3

Labor Statistics 1960-61

folder 12-4

R & G Kuehl 1960-64

folder 12-5

Insurance 1960-65

folder 12-6

Sally Peterson

 

A - Sally Peterson 1964-65

 

B - Construction 1964-65

 

C - Inventory 1964-68

folder 12-7

John Walker, Architect 1965

folder 12-8

Pacific Gas & Electric 1964-68

 

SERIES 13: FRANK JOHNSON, SALVAGE OPERATION, 1959-1963.

Ctn. 5, folder 13-1

General 1960-63

folder 13-2

Sawmill and lumber 1960-63

Ctn. 6, folder 13-3

Employee housing 1960-61

folder 13-4

Woods and logging 1959-61

folder 13-5

Loans and Chattel Mortgage 1961-62

folder 13-6

Payments to Johnson—Sawing 1960-62

folder 13-7

Lumber Purchase Orders 1961-63

folder 13-8

Lumber Payments 1961-63

folder 13-9

Lumber Inventories 1961-62

folder 13-10

Redwood Inspection Service 1961-62

folder 13-11

Strapping, Acme Steel 1961-62

folder 13-12

Purchased Logs 1962

folder 13-13

Consignment stock 1962

folder 13-14

Millsite Lease 1962-63

 

SERIES 14: SALVAGE LOGS AND LOGGING, 1959-1968.

Ctn. 6, folder 14-1

Salvage Mill 1959-60

folder 14-2

Loggers n.d.

folder 14-3

Henry Braun 1959-62

folder 14-4

P. H. E. Inc. 1959

folder 14-5

Iron Peak Lumber Co. 1959

folder 14-6

Frank A. Johnson 1959

folder 14-7

Aborigine Lumber Co. 1961

folder 14-8

Edo Lumber Co. 1961-62

folder 14-9

Haley Mighty Mite 1967-68

 

SERIES 15: SPLIT PRODUCTS, 1958-1968.

Ctn. 6, folder 15-1

General 1958-61

folder 15-2

Chas. Delozier 1958-60

folder 15-3

Harleson Brothers 1958-65

folder 15-4

Vernie Jack 1960-65

folder 15-5

Henri Nerbourne 1959-67

folder 15-6

Jess Summers 1960-61

folder 15-7

D. C. Minkler 1961-62

folder 15-8

H. J. Parks 1961-63

folder 15-9

Newton & Foote 1962

folder 15-10

Walter Bay 1962

folder 15-11

Dan Zager 1962-63

folder 15-12

Summers & Johnson 1962-63

folder 15-13

Edgar E. Johnson 1963-64

folder 15-14

Redwood Coast Lumber Company 1963-68

 

SERIES 16: SMALL SALES, 1949-1968.

Ctn. 6, folder 16-1

United Evergreen 1960-61

folder 16-2

G. B. Huston 1949-60

folder 16-3

Fern Contract— O. B. Dybevik, William Brown 1962-66

folder 16-4

Redwood Bark 1960

folder 16-5

Alder 1960

folder 16-6

H. J. Baxter & Co. 1959

folder 16-7

Branscomb Enterprises 1958-66

folder 16-8

Loren Sawyers 1958

folder 16-9

Vernie Jack 1958-64

folder 16-10

Timberline, Inc. 1957-60

folder 16-11

John L. Hunt 1956

folder 16-12

Chips 1961

folder 16-13

Edo Lumber Co. 1961

folder 16-14

Huckleberry—Clements et al 1961

folder 16-15

Charcoal 1962

folder 16-16

Gallaty Greens 1962-63

folder 16-17

Henry Fischer 1962-65

folder 16-18

Arthur B. Siri, Inc. 1963-64

folder 16-19

Redwood Empire Burl 1964

folder 16-20

John Robert DuBois 1965

folder 16-21

Elmer Nodulski [empty]

folder 16-22

Morrison-Knudsen 1968

 

SERIES 17: LUMBER, 1958.

Ctn. 6, folder 17-1

Lumber Grades 1958

 

SERIES 18: FOREST RESEARCH, 1959-1968.

Ctn. 6, folder 18-1

Redwood-Douglas Fir Region Research Committee 1959-60

folder 18-2

State Reforestation Advisory Committee 1960-62

folder 18-3

S. A. F. Research Committee 1961-62

folder 18-4

General 1963

folder 18-5

University of California 1963-68

 

SERIES 19: SONOMA COUNTY, 1949-1962.

Ctn. 6, folder 19-1

Golden Mill 1956-62

folder 19-2

Richardson Timber 1960

folder 19-3

YMCA Timber 1955-61

folder 19-4

Empire Tract 1957

folder 19-5

Golden Mill Production 1958-59

folder 19-5A

Golden Mill Reports 1958-59

Ctn. 7, folder 19-6

B & D Logging Company 1959

folder 19-7

Annapolis Milling Co. 1955-59

folder 19-8

Paula Timber Co. 1949-57

folder 19-9

Ben Timber Co. 1955-61

folder 19-10

Tabor Tract 1955

folder 19-11

Outside Ownership 1952-56

folder 19-12

Cloverdale Area 1956

folder 19-13

Al Boldt 1957-59

folder 19-14

Gualala Lumber Co. 1959

folder 19-15

Hill View Lumber Co. 1955-57

folder 19-16

Denny Bros. 1953-55

folder 19-17

The Geysers 1956

folder 19-18

August Uehlinger 1956

folder 19-19

D & B Logging 1956

folder 19-20

A. J. Gray 1957

folder 19-21

Estate, Andrew L. Richardson 1961

 

SERIES 20: TAXES, 1927-1968.

Ctn. 7, folder 20-1

Federal Transportation Tax 1952-58

folder 20-2

Federal Internal Revenue 1953-68

folder 20-3

State of California 1956-68

folder 20-4

Depreciation Schedule 1954-62

folder 20-5

Fair Market Value 1954-67

folder 20-6

Depletion 1938-58

folder 20-7

Depletion 1959

folder 20-8

Depletion 1960

folder 20-9

Sonoma County 1953-59

folder 20-10

Old Timber Taxes 1927-29

folder 20-11

Old Timber Taxes 1943-52

folder 20-12

Timber Tax Payments 1940-52

folder 20-13

Coastwise Tract 1959-61

folder 20-14

Timber Tax Study 1960

folder 20-15

North Coast Timber Association 1957-65

folder 20-16

Association Taxpayers of Mendocino (ATOM) 1961

folder 20-17

Second Growth 1960-68

folder 20-18

Personal Property and Improvements 1960-68

folder 20-19

Timber Taxes 1938-42

folder 20-20

County Taxes 1954

folder 20-21

County Taxes 1955

folder 20-22

County Taxes 1956

Ctn. 8, folder 20-23

County Taxes 1957

folder 20-24

County Taxes 1958

folder 20-25

County Taxes 1959

folder 20-26

County Taxes 1960

folder 20-27

County Taxes 1961

folder 20-28

Taxpayers Association, miscellaneous 1954-56

folder 20-29

County Assessor Timber Valuation 1956-64

folder 20-30

Depletion 1961-62

folder 20-31

State Board of Equalization 1962-68

folder 20-32

County Taxes 1962-63

folder 20-33

County Taxes 1963-64

folder 20-34

Depletion 1962

folder 20-35

County Second Growth Yield Table 1959-62

folder 20-36

Forest Industries Committee 1963-68

folder 20-37

Cal-Tax Association 1963-68

folder 20-38

Depletion 1964

folder 20-39

Depletion 1965

folder 20-40

County Taxes 1964-65

folder 20-41

County Taxes 1965-66

folder 20-42

Depletion 1965

folder 20-43

County Taxes 1966-67

folder 20-44

Depletion 1966

folder 20-45

Juan Creek Timber Depletion 1959-66

folder 20-46

County Taxes 1967-68

folder 20-47

Agricultural Preserve 1968

folder 20-48

County Taxes 1968

 

SERIES 21: FIRE, 1946-1968.

Ctn. 8, folder 21-1

Aerial Fire Patrol 1961-68

folder 21-2

Pool's Air Service 1952-68

folder 21-3

Equipment 1959-64

folder 21-4

Fire Weather 1961-67

folder 21-5

Fire Plans 1952-65

folder 21-6

Fire Laws 1946-49

folder 21-7

Fire Protection Costs 1951-60

folder 21-8

Fire Prevention 1961-62

folder 21-9

Burning Permits 1957-60

folder 21-10

Forest Fire Reports 1953-68

folder 21-11

Forest Fire Statistics 1962

folder 21-12

Association 1961-63

folder 21-13

1964 Rockport Fire 1964-66

 

SERIES 22: TRESPASS, 1950-1965.

Ctn. 8, folder 22-1

Rockport vs. Three Sisters Timber Co., Bear Creek 1953-54

folder 22-2

Rockport vs. Ferral Vailey, Hale's Grove 1957

folder 22-3

Rockport vs. Jerry Weaver, Hale's Grove 1956-57

folder 22-4

S. J. Hall vs. Rockport, Hardy Creek 1951-52

folder 22-5

J. C. McPherson vs. Rockport, Walter's Creek 1950-53

folder 22-6

Rockport vs. Thompson & Johnson, Howard Creek 1953-54

folder 22-7

McPherson vs. Rockport, Islam John Creek 1952-53

folder 22-8

Rockport vs. Vernie Jack, Jack of Hearts Creek 1957-58

folder 22-9

Rockport vs. Vernie Jack, Juan Creek 1958

folder 22-10

Rockport vs. Sawyers, Low Gap 1958

folder 22-11

Rockport vs. Sawyers, Michaels Creek 1957

folder 22-12

Rockport vs. Quinn, Frazier Gulch 1957

folder 22-13

Rockport vs. Williams, North Hollowtree 1953-54

folder 22-14

Rockport vs. Underwood & Braun, Leggett Property 1954-56

folder 22-15

Rockport vs. Stanley, Gulch Five 1958

folder 22-16

Rockport vs. Shelton, North Hollowtree 1952

folder 22-17

Rockport vs. Cann, Michaels Creek 1956

folder 22-18

Rockport vs. Samples, North Fork Mule Creek 1956

folder 22-19

Rockport vs. Salvig, Leggett Property 1957

folder 22-20

Rockport vs. Hospenthal, Hale's Grove 1959

folder 22-21

Rockport vs. Gullick, Walkers Gulch 1960-63

folder 22-22

Rockport vs. DeVilbiss Estate, Rockport 1960

folder 22-23

Rockport vs. Casteel, Leggett Property 1960

folder 22-24

Rockport vs. Sykora, Cattle Trespass 1963

folder 22-25

Minor Thefts and Trespass 1963-65

folder 22-26

Comer vs. Rockport, Jack of Hearts Creek 1964

folder 22-27

Union Lumber Company—Logs from Lost Man Creek 1965

 

SERIES 23: CONTRACT INVENTORY, 1912-1967.

Ctn. 8, folder 23-1

Jackson State Forest C. F. I. 1959

folder 23-2

Various Estimates, Rockport Tract 1947-57

folder 23-3

Fairhurst Estimate 1960

folder 23-4

Solinsky Report 1952

folder 23-5

Inventory 1958

folder 23-6

Cottoneva Timber 1925

folder 23-7

Cottoneva Cruise 1921

folder 23-8

Donahue Cruise 1925-45

folder 23-9

Rockport C. F. I. 1961

folder 23-10

Rockport and Hardy Creek Management Projection 1962

folder 23-11

Tract Inventory 1965-67

folder 23-12

Cottoneva Cruise 1912

folder 23-13

Cottoneva Cruise 1924

 

SERIES 24: CRUISES, 1915-1967.

Ctn. 9, folder 24-1

Local Volume Tables 1957-67

folder 24-2

Check Cruises 1953-55

folder 24-3

Hardy Creek 1959

folder 24-4

Juan Creek 1945-53

folder 24-5

Dunn Gulch 1958

folder 24-6

Whipple Property 1958

folder 24-7

Zill Property [empty]

folder 24-8

McPherson Timber 1959

folder 24-9

Gregg Property 1955-58

folder 24-10

Sec. 1, T22N, R17W 1952

folder 24-11

North Slope Gulch Five 1953

folder 24-12

Little Bear Wallow Creek 1954

folder 24-13

Upper Michaels Creek 1954

folder 24-14

Bear Creek 1954

folder 24-15

Butler Creek 1954

folder 24-16

Bear Pen Creek 1955

folder 24-17

Leggett Property 1948-56

folder 24-18

Devilbiss Property 1957

folder 24-19

Gulch Three 1953

folder 24-20

Burcell Property 1955

folder 24-21

Low Gap Creek 1956-59

folder 24-22

Bear Wallow Creek 1954-55

folder 24-23

Upper Huckleberry Creek 1955

folder 24-24

Howard Creek, Section 3 1953

folder 24-25

Sherburn Property 1952

folder 24-26

Youngman Property 1951-54

folder 24-27

Walters Creek 1944-50

folder 24-28

Shelton Property 1958

folder 24-29

Weott Right-of-Way 1958

folder 24-30

Hamilton's Lands 1915-41

folder 24-31

Sage Lands [empty]

folder 24-32

Fire Camp Gulch [empty]

folder 24-33

Old Cruises 1921-25

folder 24-34

Logging Recovery of Old Cruises [empty]

folder 24-35

Bond Creek 1942

folder 24-36

Thompson Property—Little Juan Creek 1961-62

folder 24-37

Fisher Property, Gulch Five [empty]

folder 24-38

Sec. 11, T22N, R18W 1962-63

folder 24-39

Mendocino Investors, Sec. 14, 23, T22N, R18W 1962-63

folder 24-40

Hardy Creek 1962

folder 24-41

Thompson Ranch [file not received]

folder 24-42

P. H. E. Property 1959-61

folder 24-43

Redwood Creek Snags 1967

 

SERIES 25: LAND ACQUISITIONS, 1939-1968.

Ctn. 9, folder 25-1

General 1942-68

folder 25-2

Dutch Charlie Creek [empty]

folder 25-3

Cleary Property 1957-59

folder 25-4

Finkbine Property, Hale's Grove Exchange (R/W) [empty]

folder 25-5

Ray Shelton 1952-62

folder 25-6

Andrew Grass 1957-59

folder 25-7

Strehlo [empty]

folder 25-8

Upper Mule Creek, Section 17 [empty]

folder 25-9

Frank A. Johnson, Lynch Creek [empty]

folder 25-10

Cecil H. Lynch, Lynch Creek [empty]

folder 25-11

Sherburne Property [empty]

folder 25-12

E. B. Shelton Property, Michaels Creek 1952-56

folder 25-13

Jake Jones, Walters Creek [empty]

folder 25-14

J. A. Gordon, Walters Creek [empty]

folder 25-15

Willits Properties [empty]

folder 25-16

Walters & Nernof, Walters Creek [empty]

folder 25-17

Shelton —Rockport Trade [empty]

folder 25-18

Stanley, Bond Creek [empty]

folder 25-19

Good, Bond Creek [empty]

folder 25-20

Wall, Bond Creek [empty]

folder 25-21

Zill, Bond Creek [empty]

folder 25-22

Hayden, Bond Creek [empty]

folder 25-23

Metcalf, Bond Creek [empty]

folder 25-24

Gregg Timber Purchase 1959

folder 25-25

Sage Trade 1939-40

folder 25-26

Nash, Little Juan Creek 1959-60

folder 25-27

Stanley, Juan Creek 1959-67

folder 25-28

Hardy Creek 1959-68

folder 25-29

Columbia Timber Co. [empty]

folder 25-30

Cushman 1960

folder 25-31

DeHaven Creek 1960-67

folder 25-32

Whipple Property 1958-60

folder 25-33

U. S. B. L. M. 1952-67

folder 25-34

Low Gap Ranch 1959-61

folder 25-36

Salarac, Bond Tract 1960-64

folder 25-37

Pauline Gregory, Hale's Grove 1961

folder 25-38

Thompson, Little Juan Creek 1960-62

folder 25-39

P. H. E. Tract 1961

folder 25-40

Fairhurst Tract 1961-62

folder 25-41

Frick Estate, Juan Creek [empty]

folder 25-42

DeVilbiss Estate 1957-61

folder 25-43

Underwood, Leggett 1960

folder 25-44

Rockport —Union Lumber Co. Ex., McPherson Tract [empty]

folder 25-45

Guimelli—Outside Ownership, Sec. 30, T22N, R16W 1959

folder 25-46

Villeneuve, Hale's Grove 1962

folder 25-47

Fisher Property, Gulch Five 1961

folder 25-48

Gregg Property, Elkhorn Ridge 1962

folder 25-49

Rockport -Mendocino Investors Proposed Exchange 1962-63

folder 25-50

Thompson Ranch [file not received]

folder 25-51

Sykors 1962-63

folder 25-52

Simpson 80 1964

folder 25-53

Proposed Union Lumber Company, Hollowtree 1960-63

folder 25-54

Lavinia Johnson, Leggett 1964

folder 25-55

Fear, Low Gap 1964

folder 25-56

Robison, Low Gap [empty]

folder 25-57

Agrons, Fort Bragg Dwelling 1955-67

folder 25-58

Andrew Grass Exchange 1967

folder 25-59

Nixon, Honky Tonk 1966-67

folder 25-60

Thompson, Cottoneva Ridge 1963-58

 

SERIES 26: LAND SALES, 1944-1967.

Ctn. 9, folder 26-0

Land Sales, General 1945-55

folder 26-1

Leggett Property 1946-56

folder 26-2

Leggett Property, Highway 101 R/W1 1944

folder 26-3

Leggett Property, Condemnation Suit 1957-58

folder 26-4

Hale's Grove Subdivision [empty]

folder 26-5

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Worden 1946-61

folder 26-6

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Shelton to Grass 1957-58

folder 26-7

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Robert Cleary 1946-59

folder 26-8

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Cushman 1946-59

Ctn. 10, folder 26-9

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Rogers, Fred & Lena 1946

folder 26-10

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Johnson 1946-47

folder 26-11

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Villeneuve 1946

folder 26-12

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Moores 1946

folder 26-13

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Rogers, Ralph & Alice 1946-61

folder 26-14

Hale's Grove Subdivision—LeConte 1946

folder 26-15

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Steiner 1946-48

folder 26-16

Hale's Grove Subdivision—Hollowtree Mill Site 1946

folder 26-17

Dunn Gulch 1946-61

folder 26-18

Hardy Creek, Edwards 1946-54

folder 26-19

Andrew Grass, T/R Quit Claim 1961

folder 26-20

Dunn Gulch Mineral Rights 1961-62

folder 26-21

North Hollowtree, Agrons 1967

folder 26-22

Andrew Grass Exchange 1966-67

 

SERIES 32: ANIMAL DAMAGE, 1950-1968.

Ctn. 10, folder 32-1

Deer Exclosure 1959-63

folder 32-2

General Correspondence 1960-66

folder 32-3

Potter Valley Plan 1960-62

folder 32-4

Publications 1951-61

folder 32-5

News Articles 1960-65

folder 32-6

Forest Pest Action Council 1951-67

folder 32-7

Interoffice Correspondence 1960-61

folder 32-8

Fish and Game Code 1959-60

folder 32-9

Legislative Committee 1961-67

folder 32-10

California Wild Life Federation 1961-67

folder 32-11

Deer Herd Studies 1962-67

folder 32-12

Elk and Bear Damage 1961-64

folder 32-13

Associated Sportsmen of California 1961-63

folder 32-14

United Humane Front 1961-67

folder 32-15

Fish & Game Commission 1950-67

folder 32-16

Animal Damage Survey 1962

folder 32-17

Rounds Tree Farm Reports 1960-66

folder 32-18

Tract Hunting Statistics 1962-68

folder 32-19

Eel River Associated Sportsmen 1962-68

folder 32-19A

Big Game Depredation Control 1962

folder 32-20

Depredation Hunt 1963-64

folder 32-21

Porcupines 1964-66

folder 32-22

Izaak Walton League 1964

folder 32-23

Game Management, General 1964-65

folder 32-24

Rodents 1964-66

folder 32-25

Department of Fish & Game, General 1965-67

folder 32-26

Game Management Research 1965

folder 32-27

Depredation Permit 1964-65

folder 32-28

Depredation Plots 1963-66

folder 32-29

Depredation Hunt 1963-66

folder 32-30

Depredation Hunt 1967

folder 32-31

U. S. F. W. S.—Technical Consulting Team 1965-68

 

SERIES 33: ARTICLES AND SPEECHES, 1957-1968.

Ctn. 11, folder 33-1

General 1957-68

folder 33-2

Wildlife Problems of a Forest Manager March 8, 1962

folder 33-3

Observations of Monterey Pine Plantation at Rockport, Calif. May-June 1963

folder 33-4

Radio Interview, KDAC, Outdoorsman Show Aug. 7, 1963

folder 33-5

Factors Affecting Forest Practice and Their Effect on Costs March 1964

folder 33-6

The Deer Management—Forest Management Muddle in California (Logger's Handbook) 1963

folder 33-7

What Are We Buying? April 1964

folder 33-8

A Statement to the California State Park Commission Sept. 17, 1965

folder 33-9

Industry's Role in Conservation Education Oct. 9, 1965

folder 33-10

Public Relations—A Major Dimension in Tree Farm Management Feb. 11, 1966

folder 33-11

Licensing of Foresters Sept. 7, 1966

folder 33-12

Industry Contributions to Outdoor Recreation Oct. 29, 1965

folder 33-13

One Landowner's Views on Open Space Conservation Dec. 8, 1966

folder 33-14

Remarks at Testimonial Dinner for Emanual Fritz Oct. 28, 1966

folder 33-15

Redwood Facts and Fancies Speaking Tour March 1967

folder 33-16

Masonite Demonstration Forest July 14, 1967

folder 33-17

Rockport History, 1863-1967 July 1967

folder 33-18

The Conservation Challenge Before Us (Loggers' Handbook) 1967

folder 33-19

National Park Seminar, Eureka, Calif. Oct. 1967

folder 33-20

58th Western Forestry Conference, Redwood Parks Dec. 7, 1967

folder 33-21

The Redwoods, Weyerhauser News April 1966

folder 33-22

Denver Post Editorials, Parson Ross correspondence July 1966

folder 33-23

Testimony—State Recreation Commission Oct. 6, 1966

folder 33-24

Testimony—House Redwood Park Hearing April 1968

folder 33-25

What's Really Wrong in the Redwoods March 1968

folder 33-26

Your Generation and Mine June 1968

folder 33-27

Agriculture USA July 1967

 

SERIES 34: PERSONNEL, 1959-1968.

Ctn. 11, folder 34-1

Personnel, including applications [restricted until 2038] 1959-68

folder 34-2

Former Personnel [restricted until 2038] 1961-66

folder 34-3

Retirement 1965

folder 34-4

Civil Rights Act, Employment 1965

 

SERIES 35: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, 1941-1967.

Ctn. 11, folder 35-1

Prior to 1960 1957-60

folder 35-2

Pre and Post Audit 1941-62

folder 35-5

Statements 1962-63

folder 35-6

Projection Reports 1962-63

folder 35-8

Projection Reports 1963-64

folder 35-9

Application of Funds 1964-65

folder 35-10

Projection Reports 1964-65

folder 35-12

Projection Reports 1965-66

folder 35-13

Application of Funds 1965-66

folder 35-14

Statements 1965-66

folder 35-15

Chart of Accounts Nov. 1, 1965

folder 35-16

Statements 1966-67

 

SERIES 36: OUTSIDE OWNERSHIP, 1943-1968.

Ctn. 11, folder 36-1

Henry Braun 1958

folder 36-2

James Long 1956-59

folder 36-3

Low Gap 1948-53

folder 36-4

Dutch Charley Creek 1943-46

folder 36-5

McPherson Timber 1946-56

folder 36-6

Huntington Timber 1946-47

folder 36-7

Jack of Hearts Creek 1955

folder 36-8

Jackson Valley 1943-52

folder 36-9

Whipple 1952-59

folder 36-10

Youngman 1951

folder 36-11

Upper Hollowtree 1949

folder 36-12

Purcell 1955

folder 36-13

Maillard Ranch 1956

folder 36-14

Mensoma Timber 1946-51

folder 36-15

U.S. Government Vacant Land 1958

folder 36-16

General 1959

folder 36-17

Nature Conservancy 1962-66

folder 36-18

Soper-Wheeler 1962-66

folder 36-19

Sykora—Hale's Grove 1962-63

folder 36-20

Otto Smith [empty]

folder 36-21

Cliff Johnston 1965-68

folder 36-22

Andrew Grass [empty]

folder 36-23

Haddox, Jack of Hearts 1966

 

SERIES 37: ANNUAL TIMBER DEPLETION, 1938-1966.

Ctn. 11, folder 37-1

[Reports] 1938-41

folder 37-7

[Reports] 1966

 

SERIES 39: LOW GAP RANCH, 1958-1963.

Ctn. 11, folder 39-1

Adjoining Land and Rights of Way [empty]

folder 39-2

F.A.A. [empty]

folder 39-3

Spanish Mountain T.V. Company 1960

folder 39-4

Grazing [empty]

folder 39-5

Hunting 1961

folder 39-6

Dickinsons Lumber Co. 1961-62

folder 39-7

Residence 1961

folder 39-8

Management Policy 1959-61

folder 39-9

Sale to F.M. Crawford 1961-63

folder 39-10

Timber 1958

 

SERIES 40: OLD AGREEMENTS, 1946-1961.

Ctn. 11, folder 40-1

General 1946-54

folder 40-2

Carey Bros. Construction Co. 1960-61

 

SERIES 41: REDWOOD REGION CONSERVATION COUNCIL, 1959-1968.

Ctn. 11, folder 41-1

General 1961-68

folder 41-2

By-laws 1961-65

Ctn. 12, folder 41-3

Directors and Officers 1961-68

folder 41-4

Budget and Financial Reports 1961-68

folder 41-5

Annual Meeting 1962-68

folder 41-6

Sustaining Membership 1962-68

folder 41-7

Monthly Reports 1962-66

folder 41-8

Tree Farm Program 1961-68

folder 41-9

Fire Prevention Committee 1962-68

folder 41-10

Conservation Advisory Committee 1961

folder 41-11

Education and Training Committee 1961-68

folder 41-12

Junior Logging Conference 1961-68

folder 41-13

Membership and Finance Committee 1961-67

folder 41-14

Demonstration Forests 1959-68

folder 41-15

Conservation Today 1962-68

folder 41-16

Research Committee 1963

folder 41-17

Speakers Bureau 1964

folder 41-18

Program and Policy 1963-64

folder 41-19

Shafer Correspondence 1965-67

folder 41-20

Press Releases 1966-68

folder 41-21

Traverso Correspondence 1966-68

folder 41-22

Tree Farm Committee 1963-68

folder 41-23

Tax Exempt Status 1966-67

folder 41-24

R.R.C.C. Facts Booklet 1966

folder 41-25

Anti-Litter 1967-68

folder 41-26

Conservation Education 1967-68

folder 41-27

State Parks 1968

folder 41-28

Poster Contest 1962-68

folder 41-29

Conservation Awards 1967-68

folder 41-30

Young Growth Management 1967-68

folder 41-31

Master Plan 1967

folder 41-32

Action Committee 1966-67

Ctn. 13, folder 41-32a

Correspondence 1966-68

 

SERIES 42: SOCIETY OF AMERICAN FORESTERS, 1956-1968.

Ctn. 13, folder 42-1

Redwood Coast Forest Forum 1956-61

folder 42-2

Redwood Coast Chapter 1961-68

folder 42-3

Northern California Section 1962-68

folder 42-4

Northern California Section Research Committee 1963-68

folder 42-5

Redwood Coast Chapter Policy Committee 1963-68

folder 42-6

National Society Affairs 1963

folder 42-7

Licensing [file not received]

folder 42-8

Northern California Section Policy 1957-68

folder 42-9

Directory 1966

folder 42-10

Proceedings 1965-67

folder 42-11

National Policy 1967

folder 42-12

Jed Smith Chapter 1968

 

SERIES 43: CALIFORNIA FOREST PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, 1926-1968.

Ctn. 13, folder 43-1

General 1962-68

folder 43-2

Membership and Dues 1961-68

folder 43-3

Policy Declaration 1962

folder 43-4

Recreation 1961-66

folder 43-5

Meetings 1961-68

folder 43-6

Forest Industry Award 1961-68

folder 43-7

Taxation 1961-68

folder 43-8

Game Management 1961-68

folder 43-9

Fish Management 1962-66

folder 43-10

Budget and Financial Reports 1961-68

folder 43-11

Annual Reports 1961-68

folder 43-12

Articles of Incorporation 1962

folder 43-13

Zoning and Scenic Easements 1962-68

folder 43-14

State Board of Forestry 1962-67

Ctn. 14, folder 43-15

Forest Practice Rules 1926-68

folder 43-16

U.S.F.S. Rights-of-Way 1962-64

folder 43-17

Insects and Disease 1962-66

folder 43-18

Fire 1962-67

folder 43-19

Kings Range Development 1962-64

folder 43-20

California Taxpayers Association 1963

folder 43-21

Legislative News Letters 1961

folder 43-22

Legislative News Letters 1963

folder 43-23

Timber Growers of Northern California 1963-66

folder 43-24

Water Pollution and Quality 1964-68

folder 43-25

Legislative News Letters 1965

folder 43-26

Public Land Law Review Commission 1965

folder 43-27

Legislative News Letters 1966

folder 43-28

Public Relations Committee 1966-68

folder 43-29

Legislative News Letters 1967

folder 43-30

Riding and Hiking Trails 1967

folder 43-31

Planning of Conservation League 1966-68

folder 43-32

Legislative Roster 1968

folder 43-33

Environmental Quality Control 1968

folder 43-34

Log Exports 1968

 

SERIES 44: ROUNDS & KILPATRICK LUMBER CO., 1960-1965.

Ctn. 14, folder 44-1

General 1963-65

folder 44-2

Hulbert & Muffly 1963

folder 44-3

Annual Report 1961-62

folder 44-4

Financial Report 1961-62

folder 44-5

Annual Report 1960-61

folder 44-6

Financial Report 1962-63

folder 44-7

Annual Report 1962-63

folder 44-8

Financial Report 1963-64

folder 44-9

Annual Report 1963-64

folder 44-10

Financial Report 1964-65

 

SERIES 45: ROUNDS & PORTER LUMBER COMPANY, INC., 1961-1964.

Ctn. 14, folder 45-1

General 1964

folder 45-2

Reports 1961-62

folder 45-3

Financial Statements 1961-62

folder 45-5

Financial Statements 1962-63

folder 45-6

Financial Statements 1963-64

 

SERIES 47: AMERICAN FOREST PRODUCTS INDUSTRIES, 1964-1968.

Ctn. 14, folder 47-1

General 1966-68

folder 47-2

Membership and Dues 1964-67

folder 47-3

National Meetings 1964-67

folder 47-4

California Committee Meetings 1965-67

folder 47-5

California Committee 1965-67

folder 47-6

A.F.P.I. Reports 1964-68

folder 47-7

Publications 1965-67

folder 47-8

News Releases 1965-68

folder 47-9

Tree Farm 1965-66

folder 47-10

[CBS Reports: Bulldozed America,] Oct. 28, 1965

folder 47-11

National Office Correspondence 1965-68

folder 47-12

California Office Correspondence 1964-67

folder 47-13

Portland Office Correspondence 1964-68

 

SERIES 48: FOREST PRACTICE COMMITTEE, 1965-1968.

Ctn. 14, folder 48-1

General 1966-68

folder 48-2

Correspondence 1965-68

folder 48-3

Meetings 1966-68

folder 48-4

Alternate Plans 1965-68

Physical Description: (2 folders)
folder 48-5

Rules Changes [file not received]

folder 48-6

C.F.P.A. 1966

folder 48-7

Expense Account 1966-68

folder 48-8

Board of Forestry 1966-68

 

SERIES 49: MENDOCINO COAST HOSPITAL DISTRICT, 1958-1968.

Ctn. 15, folder 49-1

Correspondence 1965-68

folder 49-2

General Information 1958

folder 49-3

News Clips 1965-68

folder 49-4

Financing 1967-68

folder 49-5

Design and Planning 1967-68

folder 49-6

Meetings 1967-68

folder 49-7

Resolutions 1968

folder 49-8

Hospital Regulations 1966

folder 49-9

Expense Account 1967

folder 49-10

Associations 1965-67

folder 49-11

Citizens Committee 1965-67

folder 49-12

Elections 1966-67

folder 49-13

Directors 1967

folder 49-14

Budget and Financial Statements 1968

folder 49-15

Land Acquisition 1968

 

SERIES [51]: TEMPORARY NATIONAL PARK, 1964-1968.

Ctn. 15, folder [51-1]

Redwood Park and Recreation Committee (RPRC) 1965-66

folder [51-2]

California Redwood Association (CRA) 1964-67

folder [51-3]

Redwood Industry Recreation Areas (RIRA) 1965-68

folder [51-4]

Redwood Region Conservation Council (RRCC) 1964

folder [51-5]

California Forest Protective Association (CFPA) 1965

folder [51-6]

American Forest Products Industries, Inc. (AFPI) 1964-67

folder [51-7]

Press 1965-66

folder [51-8]

Statements—Resolutions 1965-66

folder [51-9]

Speeches 1964-66

folder [51-10]

[Opposing Views: Sierra Club and Save-the-Redwoods League] 1965-67

folder [51-11]

Articles and Publications 1964-66

folder [51-12]

Legislation 1965-66

folder [51-13]

Park and Recreation Inquiries 1965-66

folder [51-14]

Redwood Reporter 1966-68

folder [51-15]

California State Recreation Committee 1966

 

SERIES [52]: TIMBER AND LAND SALES, PURCHASES AND TRADES, 1926-1961.

Ctn. 16, folder [52-1]

Timber Information—General 1953-54

folder [52-2]

Timber Acquisitions File 1955-57

folder [52-3]

Timber Purchases—General 1956

folder [52-4]

Bond Creek Acquisitions (Stanley, Good, Wall, et. al) 1947-48

folder [52-5]

Dutch Charlie—Land Purchase Union Lumber Co. 1946-48

folder [52-6]

Gregg Timber —Purchase from Gregg, Sale to Harwood 1956-60

folder [52-7]

Juan Creek 1946-49

folder [52-8]

Juan Creek —Land and Timber Purchase from Frick 1944-51

folder [52-9]

Frick Purchase (Juan Creek) 1948-49

folder [52-10]

Lynch Creek—Land and Timber Purchase 1954

folder [52-11]

Lynch Creek—Land Purchase 1952

folder [52-12]

Michaels Creek (Strehlow Timber)—Purchase 1952

folder [52-13]

Mule Creek—Timber Purchase 1943-46

folder [52-14]

Mule Creek—Timber Purchase (Agreement) 1945

folder [52-15]

Redwood Creek—Land and Timber Purchase 1944

folder [52-16]

Sherburn Property—Land Ownership 1954-57

folder [52-17]

Upper Mule Creek—Rockport Property 1954-57

folder [52-18]

Walters Creek—Land Purchase (Jake Jones) 1954-57

folder [52-19]

Walters Creek—Land Purchases (Gordon) 1952

folder [52-20]

Walters Creek—Walters and Nernof 1945

folder [52-21]

Timber Sales—General 1959

folder [52-22]

Timber Sales—General 1954

folder [52-23]

Cottoneva Creek—Timber Sales (Charles E. Crowther) 1946

folder [52-24]

Frazier Gulch—Timber Sales (Don Shuster) 1946

folder [52-25]

Gulch Five-Bear Creek—Timber Sales 1946-48

folder [52-26]

Gulch Five—Timber Sales (A.F. Scott) 1946-52

folder [52-27]

Gulch Five—Timber Sales (Hollow Tree) 1950

folder [52-28]

Gulch Five—Timber Sales (Minatta-Brumfield) 1946-47

folder [52-29]

Jack of Hearts—Timber Sale 1955-58

folder [52-30]

Jack of Hearts—Sale and Purchase Agreement 1948-58

folder [52-31]

Jack of Hearts—Inquiries for sale of parcels 1956

folder [52-32]

Jackson Valley—Timber Sale 1947-50

folder [52-33]

Juan Creek—Sale of Timber 1946-47

folder [52-34]

Little Juan—Timber Sales 1948

folder [52-35]

Powder House Gulch—Timber Sales 1949

folder [52-36]

Union Landing—Inquiries for sale of parcels 1958

folder [52-37]

Proposed Timber and Lumber Exchange 1954

folder [52-38]

Hales Grove—Land Exchange on Right-of-way 1926-28

folder [52-39]

Rockport-Cleary Ownership 1957

folder [52-40]

Hales Grove—Land Purchases 1946-59

folder [52-41]

Hales Grove—Land Purchase (Mule Creek) 1946-58

folder [52-42]

Michaels Creek—Land and Timber Trade 1952-58

folder [52-43]

Sage Trade 1942-55

folder [52-44]

Sage Land and Timber 1942-55

folder [52-45]

Shelton-Rockport Trade 1946-61

 

SERIES [53]: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS ON LOGGING AND LOGGING INVENTORIES, 1951-1958.

Ctn. 16, folder [53-1]

Log Decks 1958

folder [53-2]

Incentive Crews 1957

folder [53-3]

Logging Costs 1957

folder [53-4]

Outside Logs 1957

folder [53-5]

Log Studies, Check Scales 1953-56

folder [53-6]

Logging—Log Production and Shipments 1954-58

folder [53-7]

Log Inventory -Cold Decks 1956

folder [53-8]

Inventory—F. and B. 1954-57

folder [53-9]

Logging—Costs 1954

folder [53-10]

Logging—Scaling, Grading, and F. and B. Rules 1951-55

folder [53-11]

Logging—Contract: Cutting Areas, Records 1954-56

folder [53-12]

Logging—Road Construction Surveys 1954

 

SERIES [54]: ROCKPORT LOCAL HISTORY, 1944-1959.

Ctn. 17, folder [54-1]

Church 1948-59

folder [54-2]

Volunteer Fire Department 1945-57

folder [54-3]

Fire Tools 1958-59

folder [54-4]

Hotel -Redwood Rooms 1951

folder [54-5]

Plats 1947-50

folder [54-6]

Post Office 1949-53

folder [54-7]

Recreation Hall 1944-58

folder [54-8]

Willits—Rockport Properties 1958

folder [54-9]

Rockport Properties—East Line, Outside Ownership Adjacent thereto -Fred C. Goetting 1958

folder [54-10]

Sketches—Rockport Properties 1947-52

folder [54-11]

Rockport Tract—Minerals 1954

folder [54-12]

Rockport Store 1953-59

folder [54-13]

Rockport—Water Map and Water Tests 1944-55

folder [54-14]

Rockport—Closing of 1957-58

folder [54-15]

Service Contracts—Equipment leased from Tidewater 1948-53

folder [54-16]

Service Contracts—PG&E, PT&T 1952-57

folder [54-17]

Signing to Rockport—Junction, Route 1 and US 101, Division of Highways 1959

folder [54-18]

Rockporter 1953-57

 

SERIES [55]: INVENTORIES, 1939-1956.

Ctn. 17, folder [55-1]

Old Inventories [1939]

folder [55-2]

Inventories [1951-54]

folder [55-3]

Inventory at Rockport 1952

folder [55-4]

Rockport Redwood Co. Plant Inventories Dec. 31, 1948

folder [55-5]

Rockport Redwood Co. Plant Inventories Dec. 31, 1954

folder [55-6]

Rockport Redwood Co. Plant Inventories Dec. 31, 1955

folder [55-7]

Rockport Redwood Co. Physical Inventories Dec. 31, 1956

folder [55-8]

Rounds & Kilpatrick Inventories: Buildings, machinery & equipment 1950-53

folder [55-9]

Rounds & Kilpatrick Lumber Co., Physical Inventory of Rockport Redwood Co., Lumber at Rounds, Calif. Dec.31, 1952

 

SERIES [56]: GRAPHS, 1941-1953.

Ctn. 17, folder [56-1]

Rockport Redwood Company Graphs (R.M.R.) 1941-52

folder [56-2]

Rockport Redwood Company Graphs, 201 Crocker Bldg., San Francisco 1941-51

folder [56-3]

Rockport Redwood Co. (photostats) 1941-51

folder [56-4]

California Operations' Graphs (L. I. Holmes) 1953

folder [56-5]

Rockport Redwood Company Graphs (F.C.K.) 1953

folder [56-6]

Rounds & Kilpatrick Graphs (photostats) (includes organization chart) 1941-50

folder [56-7]

Rockport Redwood Co., Graphs to March 1951

folder [56-8]

Rockport Graphs (photostats) thru July 1951

folder [56-9]

Rockport Graphs (photostats) thru July 1951

folder [56-10]

Rockport Operations, Graphs thru Aug. 1951

folder [56-11]

Rockport Redwood Co. Comparison Charts 1941-51

folder [56-12]

Charts 1941-50

 

SERIES [57]: MISCELLANEOUS FILES, 1925-1960.

Ctn. 17, folder [57-1]

Dues & Subscriptions & Contributions 1958-60

folder [57-2]

Equipment Engineering 1952-57

folder [57-3]

Fire Losses 1955-57

folder [57-4]

Fish & Game 1958-61

folder [57-5]

Mendocino County Zoning Ordinance #359 1956

folder [57-6]

Reforestation—General 1957-58

folder [57-7]

Reforestation—Planting Contractors 1958-59

folder [57-8]

Reforestation—Reports 1958-60

folder [57-9]

Reforestation—Cost estimates & final cost figures 1958-61

folder [57-10]

Reforestation—1958 Tree Planting 1957-59

folder [57-11]

Reforestation—Slash disposal 1959

folder [57-12]

Reforestation—Direct seeding 1958

folder [57-13]

Report on Diesel Yarder 1928-29

folder [57-14]

Highway #1 1952-59

folder [57-15]

Roads 1953-57

folder [57-16]

Road Locations n.d.

Ctn. 18, folder [57-17]

Miscellaneous correspondence, A-Z 1926-28

folder [57-18]

Bogalusa Stores Co. 1927-28

folder [57-19]

R. E. Cassibry, D'Lo, Miss. 1927

folder [57-20]

C. W. Cook 1926-27

folder [57-21]

Daughs Ship Company Contract 1927-26

folder [57-22]

DeVilbiss Trade 1925-26

 

SERIES [58]: FINKBINE-GUILD LUMBER COMPANY, 1925-1950.

Ctn. 18, folder [58-1]

J. D. Alexander Jan.-Feb.1927

folder [58-2]

J. D. Alexander March 1927

folder [58-3]

J. D. Alexander April 1927

folder [58-4]

J. D. Alexander May 1927

folder [58-5]

J. D. Alexander June 1927

folder [58-6]

J. D. Alexander July 1927

folder [58-7]

J. D. Alexander Aug.-Sept. 1927

folder [58-8]

J. D. Alexander Oct. 1927

folder [58-9]

J. D. Alexander Nov. 1927

folder [58-10]

J. D. Alexander Dec. 1927

folder [58-11]

John S. Hinton 1925

folder [58-12]

C. E. Klumb 1927-28

folder [58-13]

Larsson Traffic Service 1927-28

folder [58-14]

McCutchen, Olney, Mannon & Greene 1928

folder [58-15]

Pitman, H. M. 1927

folder [58-16]

Redwood Line Inc., New Orleans 1925-29

folder [58-17]

Rubly, Harry J. 1928

folder [58-18]

Finkbine-Guild Lumber Co. Reports 1926-27

folder [58-19]

Finkbine-Guild Lumber Co. Reports 1928

folder [58-20]

Beetles—Redwood Logs 1928

folder [58-21]

Chopping Analysis Feb. 1928

folder [58-22]

Wage Rates—Ships (Finkbine-Guild) n.d.

Ctn. 19, folder [58-23]

Cottoneva -Finkbine 1925-50

folder [58-24]

B. Z. Agrons' Notes on Finkbine-Guild Lumber Company 1927

folder [58-25]

Miscellaneous n.d.

 

SERIES [59]: HISTORICAL NOTES ON MENDOCINO AREA & LOGGING BY B. AGRONS, 1946-1968.

Ctn. 19, folder [59-1]

Bibliography for history 1962-66

folder [59-2]

General correspondence on history 1962-68

folder [59-3]

Observations on history (planning, advice) 1956-66

folder [59-4]

Ranchers and homesteaders in area n.d.

folder [59-5]

Brief histories by Bernard Z. Agrons; Kilpatrick resume 1963-67

folder [59-6]

Origin of Cottaneva 1966

folder [59-7]

Miller's Mill, 1876-1887 1962

folder [59-8]

W. R. Miller, 1879-1888 n.d.

folder [59-9]

Schools (early days), 1881-1903 n.d.

folder [59-10]

Roads and travel, 1877-1938 n.d.

folder [59-11]

Cottaneva Lumber Co., 1887-1912 1964

folder [59-12]

Hardy Creek Settlement & Mill, 1878-1896 1964

folder [59-13]

USAL California—Mill & Settlement, 1889-1926 1968

folder [59-14]

De Haven Creek Operations, 1879-1906 (or Gordon Creek, originally Packard Creek) n.d.

folder [59-15]

Westport mills, etc., 1877-1881 n.d.

folder [59-16]

Juan Creek, 1912-1939 n.d.

folder [59-17]

Elkhorn Ridge Settlement 1966

folder [59-18]

Union Landing History (McFaul), 1882-1925 n.d.

folder [59-19]

Hollowtree, 1891-1925 n.d.

folder [59-20]

Wages [Wedge's] Creek Operations, 1880-1919 n.d.

folder [59-21]

Howard Creek Mill and Operations, 1904-1921 n.d.

folder [59-22]

New York & Pennsylvania Redwood Co., 1909-1912 n.d.

folder [59-23]

Wood Products Market & Coast Economics, 1877-1926 n.d.

folder [59-24]

Shipping & Ships at Rockport & area, 1869-1928 (before Finkbine-Guild) 1964

folder [59-25]

Minorities (Chinese, Indian), 1882-1892 n.d.

folder [59-26]

Finkbine-Guild Ownership, 1925-1928 1962-66

folder [59-27]

[Finkbine-Guild Lumber Co. history, 1863-1960] n.d.

folder [59-28]

Railroads—Rockport Area 1962-67

folder [59-29]

Southern Redwood Co., 1928-1929 n.d.

folder [59-30]

Rockport Redwood Company—usage (original purchase, R. Rounds), 1938-1963 n.d.

folder [59-31]

Rounds Family—Ralph M. Rounds, 1850-1929 n.d.

folder [59-32]

Rounds & Porter Lumber Co. (Wichita) 1962

folder [59-33]

Rounds Log Barker 1952

folder [59-34]

Rockport Plan—townsite 1946

folder [59-35]

1947 Redwood Strike—Rockport 1946-47

folder [59-36]

Death of A Honky Tonk (by B. Agrons) [1968]

folder [59-37]

Miscellaneous notes (B. Agrons) [1962]