SIA RU007294, Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Records, 1893-1980 and undated

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Summary

Creator:
Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States
Title:
Records, 1893-1980 and undated
Dates:
1893, 1893-1980, 1893-1980 and undated
Notes:
The Audubon Society of the District of Columbia was founded on May 18, 1897, ...For the Protection and Study of Birds.... The original by-laws placed governing authority for the Society in a fifteen-member Executive Committee which supervised the election of officers, appointed committees, managed finances, and arranged for publications and meetings. Officers of the Society included a president, honorary vice-presidents, a secretary, and a treasurer. When the Society was incorporated in 1947, new by-laws were instituted which abolished the Executive Committee and replaced it with an annually-elected Board of Directors. In December 1959, the name of the Society was changed to the Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc. (ANS). In 1969, the Society moved into its headquarters at Woodend, a thirty-room mansion on forty acres of land in Chevy Chase, Maryland, which was bequeathed to ANS by Mrs. Chester Wells. The Atlantic Naturalist, the Society's official organ, was published from 1950 to 1976. In 1976, Audubon Naturalist News became the primary ANS publication
Although the Society was founded For the Protection and Study of Birds, it has been active in all areas of wildlife protection, the preservation of natural areas, and pollution control. The Society has lobbied for environmental legislation, promoted environmental education, and disseminated environmental information through its publication program. Conservation efforts of the Society have included blocking the construction of highways along the C & O Canal and through Rock Creek and Glover-Archbold Parks; the preservation of Dyke Marsh in Virginia; assistance in the formation of the Potomac Valley Conservation and Recreation Council; and the protection of bald and golden eagles
Summary:
These records document the history, operation, and activities of the ANS (before 1960, the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia). They also help to illustrate the evolution of the local and national conservation movement; environmental legislation and issues supported by ANS; the development of environmental education; and the natural history of Washington, D.C., and vicinity. The records include correspondence, scrapbooks, minutes, announcements, circulars, publications, reports, fiscal records, photographs, newspaper clippings, field notes, manuscripts, tape recordings, phonograph records, drawings, and memorabilia
Topics:
Conservation of natural resources, Ornithology
Subjects:
Barnes, Irston R (Irston Robert), Briggs, Shirley A, Shoemaker, Clarence R, Wells, Chester Mrs, Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Audubon Society of the District of Columbia, Woodend Mansion, Potomac Valley Conservation and Recreation Council
Form/Genre:
Photographs, Collection descriptions, Audiotapes
Local Number:
SIA RU007294
Physical Description:
6 linear meters

Finding Aids to Records of Professional Societies in the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Record Unit 7294

Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States

Records, 1893-1980 and undated

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States
Title: Records
Dates: 1893-1980 and undated
Quantity: 6 linear meters.
Collection: Record Unit 7294
Language of Materials: English

Historical Note

The Audubon Society of the District of Columbia was founded on 18 May 1897 "...for the protection and study of birds..." The original by-laws placed governing authority for the Society in a fifteen member Executive Committee which supervised the election of officers, appointed committees, managed finances, and arranged for publications and meetings. Officers of the Society included a President, Honorary Vice-Presidents, a Secretary, and a Treasurer. When the Society was incorporated in 1947, new by-laws were instituted which abolished the Executive Committee and replaced it with an annually elected Board of Directors. In December 1959, the name of the Society was changed to the Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc. (ANS). In 1969, the Society moved into its headquarters at Woodend, a thirty room mansion on forty acres of land in Chevy Chase, Maryland, which was bequeathed to ANS by Mrs. Chester Wells. The Atlantic Naturalist, the Society's official organ, was published from 1950 to 1976. In 1976, Audubon Naturalist News became the primary ANS publication.

Although the Society was founded "for the protection and study of birds," it has been active in all areas of wildlife protection, the preservation of natural areas, and pollution control. The Society has lobbied for environmental legislation, promoted environmental education, and disseminated environmental information through its publication program. Conservation efforts of the Society have included blocking the construction of highways along the C & O Canal and through Rock Creek and Glover-Archbold parks; the preservation of Dyke Marsh in Virginia; assistance in the formation of the Potomac Valley Conservation and Recreation Council; and the protection of bald and golden eagles.

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Descriptive Entry

These records document the history, operation, and activities of the ANS (before 1960, the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia). They also help to illustrate the evolution of the local and national conservation movement; environmental legislation and issues supported by ANS; the development of environmental education; and the natural history of Washington, D. C. and vicinity. The records include correspondence, scrapbooks, minutes, announcements, circulars, publications, reports, fiscal records, photographs, newspaper clippings, field notes, manuscripts, tape recordings, phonograph records, drawings, and memorabilia.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7294, Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Records

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Container List

Series 1

SCRAPBOOKS, 1897-1960. ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY.

This collection division consists of eight scrapbooks containing records documenting the organization and early history of the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia (after 1960, the Audubon Naturalist Society of the Central Atlantic States, Inc.). The scrapbooks were compiled by the late Society member Joseph S. Wade. Records include correspondence of Society members; minutes of the Society's organizational meeting, 18 May 1897; minutes of Executive Committee and Annual Meetings, 1897-1910; copies of the Society's by-laws; announcements, circulars, and publications; newspaper clippings; original pencil drawings of birds by Robert Ridgway used for the Society's pin; Annual Reports of the Society, 1897-1907; membership lists; and material concerning the Society's Bird Study Class and field outings.

Box 1

Volume 1 1897-1901. Contains materials documenting the organization and early activities of the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia. Included is correspondence of Elliott Coues, George Miller Sternberg, William Dutcher, Florence A. Merriam, Clinton Hart Merriam, Frank Michler Chapman, Olive T. Miller, Theodore Sherman Palmer, George C. Maynard, Witmer Stone, Francis H. Herrick, and Richard Sylvester; manuscript minutes of the Society's organizational meeting, 18 May 1897; manuscript minutes of Executive Committee meetings; notes on other state Audubon Societies; notes on Society work in the public schools, 1898; Society by-laws; Society circulars and publications; newspaper clippings regarding early activities of the Society; a copy of the Hoar Bill for the Protection of Song Birds, 4 April 1898; and original pencil drawings by Robert Ridgway which were used on the Society's pin.

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Volume 2 1897-1907, 1912. Includes manuscript copies of the Annual Report of the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia, 1897-1907; a report of the Audubon Society of Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, 1906; Society by-laws; and a publication, "The Bird Classes of the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia, 1898-1912."

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Volume 3 1902-1904. Includes correspondence of William Dutcher, Theodore Sherman Palmer, and Francis H. Herrick; manuscript minutes of Executive Committee and general meetings, 1902-1903; circulars and announcements; membership lists; and newspaper and magazine clippings.

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Volume 4 1905-1910. Includes correspondence of Henry W. Oldys and Charles Wallace Richmond; newspaper and magazine clippings; manuscript minutes of Executive Committee meetings; Society publications including "Spring in the Capital," by John Burroughs; a list of birds of Chevy Chase, Maryland; and records regarding the Society's Bird Study Class.

Box 1 of 46

Box 2

Volume 5 1911-1915. Includes newspaper clippings and magazine articles; Society circulars, announcements, and publications; and records regarding the Society's Bird Study Class.

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Volume 6 1916-1925. Includes correspondence of Ned Hollister and T. Gilbert Pearson; newspaper and magazine clippings; Society circulars, announcements, and publications; and records regarding the Society's Bird Class and field outings.

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Volume 7 1926-1942. Includes correspondence of W. C. Henderson; newspaper clippings; Society circulars and announcements; and records regarding the Society's Bird Class and field outings.

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Volume 8 1941-1960. Includes newspaper clippings; Society circulars and announcements; records concerning Society field outings; records of the Society's Library Committee; proposed changes in the Society by-laws; and a membership list, 1948.

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Series 2

MINUTES, 1901-1976. ARRANGED CHRONOLOGICALLY.

This collection division consists of minutes of Board of Directors (before 1947, the Executive Committee) and Annual Meetings, 1901-1976. Some of the minutes contain Treasurer's records and financial statements. Minutes for 1952, 1953, and 1955 are incomplete; and minutes for 1954 are missing. For other minutes see series 1.

Box 3

Folder 1 Minutes, 1901-1906

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Folder 2 Minutes, 1907-1909

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Folder 3 Minutes, 1909-1925

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Folder 4 Minutes, 1923-1932

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Folder 5 Minutes, 1933-1940

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Folder 6 Minutes, 1940-1941

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Folder 7 Minutes, 1942

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Folder 8 Minutes, 1943

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Folder 9 Minutes, 1944

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Box 4

Folder 1 Minutes, 1945

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Folder 2 Minutes, 1946

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Folder 3 Minutes, 1947

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Folder 4 Minutes, 1948

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Folder 5 Minutes, 1949

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Folder 6 Minutes, 1950

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Folder 7 Minutes, 1951

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Folder 8 Minutes, January - June, November 1952

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Folder 9 Minutes, January - February, November 1953

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Folder 10 Minutes, May and December, 1955

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Folder 11 Minutes, 1956

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Folder 12 Minutes, 1957

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Folder 13 Minutes, 1958

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Folder 14 Minutes, 1959

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Folder 15 Minutes, 1960

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Folder 16 Minutes, 1961

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Folder 17 Minutes, 1962

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Folder 18 Minutes, 1963

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Folder 19 Minutes, 1964

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Box 5

Folder 1 Minutes, 1965

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Folder 2 Minutes, 1966

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Folder 3 Minutes, 1967

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Folder 4 Minutes, 1968

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Folder 5 Minutes, 1969

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Folder 6 Minutes, 1970

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Folder 7 Minutes, 1971

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Folder 8 Minutes, 1972

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Box 6

Folder 1 Minutes, 1973

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Folder 2 Minutes, 1974

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Folder 3 Minutes, 1975

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Folder 4 Minutes, 1976

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Series 3

IRSTON R. BARNES CORRESPONDENCE, 1946-1965 AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

Irston R. Barnes (1904- ) was President of ANS (before 1960, the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia), 1946-1961 and Chairman of the Board of Directors, 1961-1968.

This collection division consists primarily of correspondence of Barnes during his tenure as ANS President, 1946-1961. The correspondence is both incoming and outgoing and concerns Society administration and activities; ornithological matters; and environmental issues. Correspondents include ANS officers and members; ornithologists and naturalists; conservation organizations; Congressmen and Senators; government agencies; and the general public. Also included are typed copies of articles prepared by Barnes for "The Naturalist," a weekly column that appeared in the Washington Post.

Box 7

Folder 1 Addison - Audubon Scholarship Committee

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Folder 2 Badger - Callison. Correspondents include Paul Bartsch, 1953-1960; Carl W. Buchheister, 1953-1959; Victor H. Cahalane, 1953, 1957, 1959.

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Folder 3 Cape May, New Jersey Hawk Shooting Problem, 1952.

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Folder 4 Carmichael - Cuthbert. Correspondents include Rachel Carson, 1955, 1958; Clarence Cottam, 1952-1962.

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Folder 5 Daiker - Durham. Correspondents include William O. Douglas, 1950, 1954, 1958 and 1960.

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Folder 6 Ebert - Fraser

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Folder 7 Gabrielson - Guthrie

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Folder 8 Hall - Hyde

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Folder 9 Interior, Department of - Izaak Walton League

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Folder 10 Jack Miner Bird Sanctuary - Kurtze

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Folder 11 Lakeman - Lowery. Correspondents include George Hines Lowery, Jr., 1955

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Folder 12 McAdoo - National Association of Retired Civil Employees. Correspondents include Waldo Lee McAtee, 1955-1956.

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Box 8

Folder 1 National Audubon Society, 1946-1948, 1952-1960

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Folder 2 National Bureau of Standards - Nyberg

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Folder 3 Oberholser - Phillips, Estelle

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Folder 4 Phillips, Neill, 1953-1959

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Folder 5 Potomac Appalachian Trail Club - Quielisch

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Folder 6 Radford - Russell

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Folder 7 Salzberg - Symons. Correspondents include Alexander Sprunt, Jr., 1955, 1957.

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Folder 8 Takoma Park Nature Society - Tyrrell

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Folder 9 Updegraff - Zahniser

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Folder 10 Unidentified correspondence

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Folders 11-12 Typed copies of articles by Barnes for his Washington Post column "The Naturalist," 1962-1965.

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Series 4

GENERAL FILES, 1902-1978 AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

This collection division consists of correspondence, announcements, circulars, publications, photographs, and related materials documenting the administration and activities of ANS (before 1960, the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia), 1902-1978. Included are records dealing with fund raising activities; publicity efforts; educational programs; dinners and meetings; environmental issues; field activities; and Society management. Of special interest is correspondence of Society Presidents John Warren Aldrich, Donald E. McHenry, and Edward F. Rivinus; correspondence of ANS Executive Director Gerald Schneider; materials documenting the C & O Canal hike of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, 1954; and records concerning activities commemorating the Society's seventy-fifth anniversary, 1972.

Box 9

Folder 1 Aldrich, John Warren. Correspondence as President, 1942-1944

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Folder 2 Annual Announcement of Events, 1902-1941

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Folder 3 Annual Dinners, 1960-1974

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Folder 4 Annual Meeting, 19 June 1977

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Folder 5 Audubon Screen Tours, 1945-1947

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Folder 6 Awards, 1976

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Folder 7 Badges and Stickers, 1956-1966

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Folder 8 Biographical information on Society members and staff, 1967-1977

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Folder 9 Bird Identification for the Blind Program, 1973

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Folder 10 Bird Skin Collection, 1935

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Folder 11 By-laws, 1942, 1946 and undated

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Folder 12 Cape May, New Jersey Bird Observatory, 1976

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Folder 13 Certificate of Incorporation, 1947

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Box 10

Folder 1 Christmas Bird Count, 1944-1945, 1960

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Folder 2 Conservation Education Workshop, 1966

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Folder 3 Contribution letters, 1970-1977

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Folder 4 Douglas C & O Canal Hike, March 1954

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Folder 5 Educational Programs, 1966-1967

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Folder 6 Environmental Problems Pilot Course, 1971

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Folder 7 Executive Director Appointment, 1977-1978

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Folder 8 Field Activities, 1958-1966

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Folder 9 Foundations, 1969-1970

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Folder 10 Fund Raising: Cousteau Evening, March 1977

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Folder 11 Fund Raising: "The Darwin Adventure," 1973

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Box 11

Folders 1-3 Fund Raising: Holiday Fair, 1971-1975

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Folder 4 Fund Raising: Ideas, 1969-1976

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Folders 5-7 Fund Raising: Living Garden Calendar, 1972-1976

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Folder 8 Fund Raising: Roger Tory Peterson Benefit, February 1968

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Folder 9 Fund Raising: Roger Tory Peterson Weekend, March 1974

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Folder 10 Fund Raising: Mrs. Ernest Thompson Seton Benefit, 1967

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Folder 11 Fund Raising: Seventy-fifth Anniversary Campaign, 1973-1976

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Box 12

Folder 1 Glover - Archbold Park, undated

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Folder 2 Great Dismal Swamp, 1973-1977

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Folder 3 Jones Mill Road Widening Project, 1969

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Folder 4 Junior Naturalist Program, 1972

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Folder 5 Karcher Memorial Slide Collection, 1975-1976

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Folder 6 Ladies' Day Seminars, 1970

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Folder 7 Letters of Commendation and Thanks, 1970-1972

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Folder 8 McHenry, Donald E. Correspondence, 1942-1947. Consists mostly of McHenry's correspondence as President.

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Folder 9 Management - Assessment Committee, 1973-1974

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Folder 10 Management Studies, 1958-1970

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Folder 11 Mason Neck Survey, 1971

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Folder 12 Membership lists, 1942-1950

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Folder 13 Memorial Day Natural History Weekend, 1974-1975

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Folder 14 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1942-1951, 1961-1963

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Folder 15 Miscellaneous correspondence, 1953-1975 (Accession 06-168)

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Box 13

Folder 1 Natural History Field School, 1956-1958, 1966-1967

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Folder 2 Officer and Director Workshop, October 1971

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Folder 3 Outgoing correspondence, 1976-1978

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Folder 4 Publicity: Correspondence, 1970-1976 and undated

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Folders 5-6 Publicity: Press releases, 1944-1953, 1971-1978 and undated

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Folder 7 Publicity: "Weekends at Woodend," 1969-1974

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Folder 8 Publicity: Miscellaneous, 1971-1978 and undated

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Folder 9 Requests for Conservation Action, 1969-1972

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Folder 10 Rivinus, Edward F. Correspondence as President, 1971-1975

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Box 14

Folder 1 Schneider, Gerald. Correspondence as Executive Director, 1969-1971.

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Folder 2 Self appraisals and criticism, 1958-1967

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Folder 3 Seminars: International Environment, February 1975

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Folder 4 Seminars: Land Use, 1976

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Folder 5 Seminars: Wildlife as a Reflection of the State of the Environment, 1974

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Box 15

Folders 1-4 Seventy-fifth Anniversary Dinner, 18 May 1972. Includes correspondence, photographs, a tape recording of the proceedings and miscellaneous materials.

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Folder 5 Seventy-fifth Anniversary Lunch, November 1972

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Folder 6 Silviculture and Forest Management Course, 1973

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Folder 7 Slide Collection, 1972, 1974

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Folder 8 Testimony and Statements given on Conservation and Environmental Issues, 1969-1970

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Folder 9 Turner Gift Memberships, 1974-1975

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Folder 10 Villa Rosa Resolution, 4 April 1944

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Box 16

Folders 1-5 "Voice of the Naturalist," 1969-1977

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Folder 6 Volunteers, 1969-1975

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Folder 7 Washington National Airport Bird Hazard Survey, 1962-1964

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Folder 8 Wood Thrush: Designation as Official Bird of the District of Columbia, 1967

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Series 5

ORGANIZATIONS FILE, 1959-1977 AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

This collection division consists of records documenting relations between ANS and other organizations, particularly conservation groups. Of special interest is material dealing with the 1976 referendum on whether the Society should become a chapter of the National Audubon Society.

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Folder 1 Citizens' Workshops on Potomac Basin Planning, 1966

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Folder 2 Council of Natural History Societies, 1959-1963

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Folder 3 Florida Audubon Society, 1970, 1976

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Folder 4 Girl Scouts of America, 1969-1974

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Folder 5 Junior League of Washington, 1969-1973

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Folder 6 Junior League of Washington - Audubon Naturalist Society Environment Study and Action Program, 1971-1974

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Box 18

Folder 1 Maryland Conservation Council, 1970-1977

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Folder 2 Maryland Environmental Trust, 1969-1971

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Folder 3 Maryland Ornithological Society, 1964-1969, 1973, 1975

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Folder 4 Mid-Atlantic Bird Banding Group, 1975-1976

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Folder 5 National Audubon Society, 1962, 1965, 1969-1977 and undated

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Folders 6-8 National Audubon Society: Audubon Naturalist Society Chapter Status Referendum, 1976

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Folder 9 National Capital Area Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc., 1969-1972

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Folder 10 National Center for Voluntary Action, 1970 and undated

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Folder 11 National Council of State Garden Clubs, 1969-1970

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Folder 12 Prince Georges County Science Fair, 1971

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Folder 13 Rachel Carson Trust for the Living Environment, 1969, 1977

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Folder 14 Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, 1977

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Folder 15 Smithsonian Naturalist Center, 1976

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Series 6

EXHIBITS FILE, 1953, 1965, 1969-1977. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

This collection division consists of correspondence, publications, photographs, and related materials documenting exhibits presented by ANS. Of special interest are materials concerning "Washington: City in the Woods," an exhibit presented at the Smithsonian Institution in 1953.

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Folder 1 A New Look at Birdbaths, May 1969

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Folder 2 Alaska: The 49th State visits Woodend, January 1970

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Folders 3-4 America's Wildlife in Porcelain: A Salute to the Bicentennial, April 1976

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Folder 5 Art of Christy Chakos, December 1970

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Folder 6 Art of Maria Oltman, September 1970

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Folder 7 Art of Ferdinand R. Petrie, May 1970

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Folder 8 Art of Ferdinand R. Petrie, July 1970

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Folder 9 Artists Interpret Ecology, May - June 1971

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Folder 10 Bird Carving, 1972-1973

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Folder 11 The Birds of Basil Ede, 1965

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Folder 12 Cartier's Birds, November 1969

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Folder 13 Fashion Show, Bethesda - Chevy Chase High School, May 1971

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Folder 14 Industry Forces the Environmental Crisis, November 1971. Proposed exhibit.

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Folder 15 Kane's Bird Stamps, June 1970

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Folder 16 Land of the Kiwis - New Zealand, January 1975

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Box 20

Folder 1 Montgomery Mall Exhibit, October 1977

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Folder 2 Nature in U. S. Postage Stamps, September - October 1976

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Folder 3 Nature's a Happening, June 1971

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Folders 4-10 The Owls and a Pussycat visit Woodend, 1972-1976. Seven exhibits.

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Folder 11 Steuben Glass, May 1975

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Folders 12-14 Washington: City in the Woods, May 1953

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Folder 15 Exhibits and displays away from Woodend, 1972-1977

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Series 7

COMMITTEE FILES, 1937-1978. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

This collection division consists of correspondence, reports, notes and related materials created by various committees of ANS, 1937-1978. Committees represented by records include the Archives Committee, the Audit Committee, the Committee on Appraisal of the Atlantic Naturalist, the Conservation Committee, the Exhibits Committee, the Field Trip Audit Committee, the Finance Committee, the Lecture Committee, the Membership Committee, the Nominating Committee, the Program Committee, and the Publications Committee.

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Folder 1 Committees, general, 1942-1947, 1962-1963, 1971-1972

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Folder 2 Archives Committee, 1971-1973

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Folder 3 Audit Committee, 1948-1963

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Folder 4 Committee on Appraisal of the Atlantic Naturalist, 1958

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Folders 5-7 Conservation Committee, 1964-1977

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Box 22

Folder 1 Exhibits Committee, 1970-1975

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Folder 2 Field Trip Audit Committee, 1958

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Folder 3 Finance Committee, 1958-1959

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Folders 4-9 Lecture Committee, 1950-1962

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Box 23

Folders 1-5 Lecture Committee, 1963-1967

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Box 24

Folders 1-2 Lecture Committee, 1968-1969

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Folder 3 Library Committee, 1937-1944, 1960

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Folders 4-5 Membership Committee, 1964-1970

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Folder 6 Membership Committee. Membership Drive, 1971

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Folder 7 Membership Committee. Statistics

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Box 25

Folder 1 Membership Committee. Miscellaneous

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Folders 2-3 Nominating Committee, 1942-1943, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1971-1977

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Folder 4 Program Committee, 1970-1975

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Folder 5 Program Committee. Bird Identification Lecture Series, 1973-1974

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Folders 6-10 Program Committee. Lecture Series, 1968-1976.

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Folder 11 Program Committee. Photography Workshop, 1972-1978.

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Folder 12 Publications Committee, 1967-1976 and undated

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Series 8

FISCAL RECORDS, 1964-1980.

This collection division consists of materials dealing with the Society's budget, 1968-1969, 1974-1975 and financial statements prepared by the Society's accountant, 1964-1980.

Box 26

Folder 1 Budget, FY 1968

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Folder 2 Budget, FY 1969

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Folder 3 Budget, FY 1974

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Folder 4 Budget, Quarterly Reports, FY 1974

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Folder 5 Budget, FY 1975

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Folder 6 Budget, Quarterly Reports, FY 1975

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Folder 7 Financial Statement, 1964-1965

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Folder 8 Financial Statement, 1965-1966

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Folder 9 Financial Statement, 1966-1967

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Folder 10 Financial Statement, 1967-1968

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Folder 11 Financial Statement, 1968-1969

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Folder 12 Financial Statement, 1969-1970

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Folder 13 Financial Statement, 1970-1971

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Folder 14 Financial Statement, 1971-1972

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Folder 15 Financial Statement, 1972-1973

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Folder 16 Financial Statement, 1973-1974

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Folder 17 Financial Statement, 1974-1975

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Folder 18 Financial Statement, 1975-1976

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Folder 19 Financial Statement, 1976-1977

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Folder 20 Financial Statement, 1977-1978

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Folder 21 Financial Statement, 1978-1979

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Folder 22 Financial Statement, 1979-1980

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Series 9

WOODEND FILES, 1967-1977 AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

This collection division consists of correspondence, fiscal records, committee files, publications and related materials documenting the history and operations of ANS headquarters, Woodend, 1967-1977.

Box 27

Folder 1 Birdhouse Exhibit, 1971

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Folder 2 Calendar of Events, 1968-1971

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Folder 3 Colony Construction Corporation Proposal, 1969-1970

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Folder 4 Committees, 1968-1969

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Folder 5 Contractors and Suppliers, 1968-1976

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Folder 6 Entrance work required by Montgomery County, 1970-1971

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Folder 7 Financial Statements, 1968-1969

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Folder 8 Flora and Fauna Committee, 1975

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Folder 9 Garden Club Support, 1975-1976

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Folder 10 Greenhouse, 1974-1975

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Folder 11 Grounds Committee, 1968-1969

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Folder 12 Grounds Committee, 1976-1977

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Folder 13 Habercom Agreement, 1968

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Folder 14 Herb Garden, 1973

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Folder 15 History, 1974-1976 and undated

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Folder 16 Kennard and Kennard, Architects, 1970, 1972

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Folder 17 Montgomery County, Maryland, 1968, 1971

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Folder 18 National Home Fashions League proposals for refurnishing, 1976-1977

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Folders 19-20 Outside use of Woodend, 1971-1977

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Folder 21 Renovations, interior, 1971, 1975

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Folder 22 Suggestions, 1967-1968

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Folder 23 Tractor, mower, plow, 1969-1973

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Folder 24 Woodend Committee, 1968-1970

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Folder 25 Woodend Pond Project, 1972

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Folder 26 Miscellaneous, 1967-1971

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Series 10

ATLANTIC NATURALIST FILES, 1948-1980.

In 1946, the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia began publication of a mimeographed newsletter called "The Wood Thrush." It was put into journal form in 1948 and renamed Atlantic Naturalist in 1950. The journal ceased publication in 1976. Editors of Atlantic Naturalist, and its predecessor "The Wood Thrush" included Shirley A. Briggs, 1949-1969; Gale Monson, 1969-1971; and Ben O. Osborn, 1971-1976.

This collection division documents the publication of Atlantic Naturalist, and its predecessor "The Wood Thrush", 1948-1976. The records consist primarily of general correspondence, 1948-1971; advertising records, 1948-1971; and subscription records, 1951-1968. Also included are records concerning the suspension of publication, 1977-1980.

Box 28

Folder 1 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Abbott - Averett

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Folder 2 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Bailey - Buckalew

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Folder 3 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Cade - Dyke

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Folder 4 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Einhorn - Grymes

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Folder 5 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Haase - Huston

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Folder 6 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Ingles - Lynch

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Folder 7 General correspondence, 1948-1971. McAtee - Powell

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Folder 1 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Ratcliff- Rutledge

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Folder 2 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Saunders - Sysak

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Folder 3 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Taylor - Trevor

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Folder 4 General correspondence, 1948-1971. Uible - Zeleny

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Folders 5-6 Advertising, 1948-1964

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Folder 1 Advertising, 1965-1971

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Folder 2 Back Issue Orders, 1949-1969

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Folder 3 Book Reviews, 1949, 1954, 1959-1969

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Folder 4 Circulation and Publicity, 1949-1955

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Folder 1 Opinions on the Atlantic Naturalist, 1951

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Folders 2-3 Reprint requests, 1953-1968

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Folder 4 Special mailings, 1954-1967

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Folders 5-7 Subscribers, 1951-1957

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Folders 1-11 Subscribers, 1958-1968

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Folder 12 Suspension of publication, 1977-1980

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Series 11

PHOTOGRAPHS, 1918-1964 AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

This collection division consists primarily of photographs of Society members and Society outings. Of special interest are photographs of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas during his C & O Canal hike, 1954.

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Folder 1 American Ornithologists Union: Group photograph, undated

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Folder 2 Annual picnic, Lebanon, Virginia, undated

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Folder 3 Audubon Seal: photographs of seal and Robert Ridgway drawing used for the seal

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Folder 4 Barnes, Irston, undated

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Folder 5 Besson, Adele, undated

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Folder 6 Bingham, Millicent Todd, 1960

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Folder 7 Birds

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Folder 8 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, undated

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Folder 9 Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Reunion Hike, 1961

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Folder 10 Difficult Run, 11 May 1922

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Folder 11 Douglas, William O.: Photographs of Douglas on C & O Canal Hike, 1954

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Folder 12 Howard, Leland Ossian, undated

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Folder 13 International Ornithologists Congress XIII, June 1962: Photographs of outings held by the Society

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Folder 14 Lanman House, Washington, D. C., 1956

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Folder 15 Outings: Airport Marsh, undated

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Folder 16 Outings: Anacostia River, 4 August 1929

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Folder 17 Outings: Arcturus, Virginia, 30 April 1932

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Folder 18 Outings: Arlington, Virginia, 24 May 1919

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Folder 19 Outings: Arlington, Virginia Experimental Farm, 16 April 1932

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Folder 20 Outings: Black Pond, Virginia, 22 May 1920

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Folder 21 Outings: Braddock Heights, Maryland, 14 July 1929

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Folder 22 Outings: Cabin John, Maryland, 7 May 1939

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Folder 23 Outings: College Park, Maryland, 27 May 1933

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Folder 24 Outings: Columbia Island, Washington, D. C. 28 September 1930

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Folder 25 Outings: The Island, 1922-1923

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Folder 26 Outings: Luray Caverns, Virginia, 1961

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Folder 27 Outings: Mineshoe Island, Maryland, 11 September 1932

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Folder 28 Outings: Virginia Highlands, Virginia, 8 June 1920

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Folder 29 Outings: Wildflower Society of Washington, D. C., 1920, 1922 and undated

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Folder 30 Outings: Unidentified, 1918-1919, 1934 and undated

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Folder 31 Potomac River, undated

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Folder 32 Roger Tory Peterson Bird Walk, March 1951. Photographs by J. Donald Sutherland.

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Folder 33 Unidentified meeting, undated

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Folder 34 Unidentified people, undated

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Folder 35 Van Meter, Sallie and Mary, undated

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Folder 36 Wetmore, Alexander. Presentation of Paul Bartsch Award to Wetmore, 30 October 1964.

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Series 12

NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS AND OBITUARIES, 1905-1916, 1940-1978 AND UNDATED.

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Folder 1 Newspaper clippings, 1905-1916

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Folder 2 Newspaper clippings, 1940-1949

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Folder 3 Newspaper clippings, 1950-1959

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Folder 4 Newspaper clippings, 1960-1969

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Folder 5 Newspaper clippings, 1970-1978

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Folder 6 Newspaper clippings, undated

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Folder 7 Obituaries, circa 1950s-1960s

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Series 13

CLARENCE R. SHOEMAKER PAPERS, 1893-1943 AND UNDATED.

Clarence R. Shoemaker (1874-1958) was a staff member of the Division of Marine Invertebrates, United States National Museum from 1910 to 1944. He joined the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia in 1907 and remained a member until his death.

This collection division consists of field notes kept by Shoemaker on outings in the Washington, D. C. area, 1918-1920; photographs and glass plate negatives taken by Shoemaker, including pictures of Society members and outings; pencil drawings of botanical subjects; and Society memorabilia.

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Folder 1 Field notes, 1918-1920. Notes kept by Shoemaker on field trips in the Washington, D. C. area, including outings of the Society. Most of the notes are botanical or ornithological.

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Folders 2-7 Botanical photographs, 1920-1922 and undated. Consists of photographs of the flora of the Washington, D. C. area.

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Folders 1-5 Botanical photographs, 1920-1922 and undated

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Folder 6 Photographs of Society outings and members, 1910, 1919, 1934 and undated

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Folder 7 Photographs of unidentified people, 1910-1911, 1917 and undated

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Folder 8 Miscellaneous photographs, 1893, 1897, 1919, 1922 and undated. Includes scenes of the Washington, D. C. area; a photograph of Shoemaker; and a photograph of the Smithsonian International Exchange Office, circa 1900.

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Folder 9 Glass plate negatives of early Society outings, undated

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Folder 10 Pencil drawings of plants and leaves, 1923 and undated

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Folder 11 Society memorabilia, circa 1908-1943. Includes correspondence, announcements, circulars, newspaper clippings and publications.

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Series 14

PAPERS ON THE NATURAL HISTORY OF WASHINGTON, D. C. AND VICINITY, 1934-1936 AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

This collection division consists of unpublished papers on the flora and fauna of the Washington, D. C. area which were prepared by local naturalists and presented before the Biological Society of Washington between 1933 and 1935. A plan to publish the papers in a volume on the Natural History of Washington, D. C. never materialized. It is unclear how the papers came to the Audubon Society of the District of Columbia. Also included are correspondence and notes concerning the papers.

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Folder 1 Harry Ardell Allard. "Dermoptera and Orthoptera of the District of Columbia," undated.

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Folder 2 Vernon Orlando Bailey. "Ecology of the District of Columbia," undated.

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Folder 3 J. E. Benedict, Jr. "Ferns of the District of Columbia," 1937.

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Folder 4 Sidney Fay Blake. "The Autumn Flowers of the District of Columbia and Vicinity," 1935.

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Folder 5 Roland William Brown. "Fossil Plants from the District of Columbia and Vicinity," undated.

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Folder 6 Austin H. Clark. "Our Local Butterflies," 7 April 1934.

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Folder 7 Nelson Horatio Darton. "Geology of the Washington Region," 1936. Includes correspondence, photographs, and a newspaper clipping on Darton.

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Folder 8 Charles W. Gilmore. "Fossil Animals in the District of Columbia," undated.

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Folder 9 Alvah Godding. "Trees Indigenous to the District of Columbia and Vicinity," undated. Includes photographs.

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Folder 10 Samuel Frederick Hildebrand. "The Fishes of the District of Columbia," undated. Includes letter from Leonard Peter Schultz to Egbert Hamilton Walker (1-30-50) regarding the manuscript.

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Folder 11 Albert Spear Hitchcock. "Grasses of the District of Columbia and Vicinity," undated.

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Folder 12 Arthur Holmes Howell. "Mammals of the District of Columbia and Vicinity," undated.

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Folder 13 Joseph Burton Kincer. "The Climate of the District of Columbia and Vicinity," undated.

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Folder 14 Phoebe Knappen. "The Washington Monument - Once Again A Bird Menace," undated.

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Folder 15 Louis C. C. Krieger. "A Contribution to the Knowledge of the Fleshy Fungi of the District of Columbia and Vicinity," undated.

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Folder 16 Emery Clarence Leonard. "The Mosses of the District of Columbia and Vicinity," undated.

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Folder 17 Curtis F. Marbut. "Soils of the District of Columbia and Vicinity," 7 April 1934.

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Folder 18 Harry Church Oberholser. "Water Birds of the District of Columbia and Vicinity." Delivered before the Biological Society of Washington, 10 March 1934.

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Folder 19 John Albert Stevenson. "The Fungi of the District of Columbia and its Environs," undated.

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Folder 20 Merton B. Waite. "Plant Ecology of the District of Columbia and Vicinity." Delivered before the Biological Society of Washington, 24 March 1934.

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Folder 21 Alexander Wetmore. "The Land Birds of the Washington Region," undated.

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Folder 22 Correspondence and notes regarding the papers, 1936, 1950.

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Series 15

SHIRLEY A. BRIGGS PAPERS, 1948-1976 AND UNDATED. ARRANGED ALPHABETICALLY.

Shirley A. Briggs (1918- ) served as Editor of the Atlantic Naturalist, 1949-1969 and Vice-President for Publications, 1956-1969. She was also a member of the Board of Directors, 1948-1949. In 1972, she was presented the Society's Paul Bartsch Award.

This collection division consists of correspondence, newspaper clippings, publications, notes, and related materials concerning Atlantic Naturalist business; Society affairs; and conservation issues. Of special interest are materials documenting ANS activities held in conjunction with the XIII International Ornithological Congress, 1962.

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Folder 1 Allerton Park, Illinois, 1967-1968

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Folder 2 American Ornithologists Union, 1961-1962

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Folder 3 Audubon Lecture Series, 1958-1962

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Folder 4 Bald Eagle, 1961-1966

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Folder 5 Bird and Animal Control, 1960-1969

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Folder 6 Central Intelligence Agency: opposition to building headquarters at Langley, Virginia, 1955-56.

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Folder 7 City Planning, 1960-1963 and undated

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Folder 1 Collins, Henry H. Jr. Review of Bent, 1960

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Folders 2-3 Dyke Marsh, Virginia, 1952, 1955, 1959-1965 and undated

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Folder 4 Echo Park, 1955

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Folder 5 Everglades, 1966-1967

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Folders 6-7 Florida Barge Canal, 1965-1970 and undated

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Folder 1 Forest Conservation Society of America, 1953

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Folder 2 Freeways, 1967-1972

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Folder 3 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Abbott - Banks

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Folder 4 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Irston R. Barnes, 1955, 1960-1964

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Folder 5 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Bartsch - Burns

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Folder 6 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Cadbury - Duddleson

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Box 41

Folder 1 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Eastman - Fuller

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Folder 2 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Garciadiego - Johnson

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Folder 3 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Kaestner - Lyons

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Folder 4 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Maasland - Myers

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Folder 5 General correspondence, 1952-1970. National Parks Association - Rydzewski

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Folder 1 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Sandine - Swick

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Folder 2 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Tanner - Vollmer

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Folder 3 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Wade - Ziegler

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Folder 4 General correspondence, 1952-1970. Unidentified

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Folder 5 Glover - Archvold Park, 1948, 1953, 1964, and undated

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Folder 6 Golden Eagle, 1960-1965

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Folder 7 Great Falls, 1967-1968

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Folder 8 Hunting Creek, Virginia, 1964-1970

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Folders 1-4 International Ornithological Congress XIII, June 1962

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Folder 5 Little Falls Park, 1968 and undated

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Folder 6 Merrywood Estate, 1963

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Folder 7 National Parks, 1950-1961 and undated

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Folder 8 Pennyfield Sewer Construction, 1968

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Folder 1 Potomac River, 1968-1971, 1976 and undated

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Folder 2 Potomac River, miscellaneous

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Folder 3 Potomac River Basin, 1957-1963

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Folders 4-5 Potomac Valley Conservation and Recreation Council, 1954-1973

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Folder 1 Prince William Forest Park, Virginia, 1968

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Folder 2 River Bend Dam, 1962-1963 and undated

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Folder 3 Roads and Bridges, 1953-1954 and undated

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Folder 4 Smith Island, Virginia, 1969

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Folder 5 Three Sisters Bridge, 1968-1972 and undated

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Folder 6 Wild Rivers, 1965-1966

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Folder 7 Wilderness Society, 1956-1957

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Series 16

MISCELLANY, 1901-1978 AND UNDATED.

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Folder 1 Bird sighting statistics, 1968-1969 and undated

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Folder 2 Check lists of birds seen at Lebanon, Virginia (Paul Bartsch's property), 1944-1955

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Folder 3 Osprey Company. Outgoing correspondence, 1901-1902. Consists of outgoing correspondence of Paul Bartsch as Associate Editor of Osprey Magazine.

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Folder 4 Phonograph record. "Spot Announcement", Audubon Society of the District of Columbia, 1958.

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Folder 5 Quail Census conducted by the Metropolitan Police Department, 1918, 1920, 1922, 1925, 1928.

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Folder 6 Radio scripts, undated

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Folder 7 Stewart, Robert E. "Ecological Associations of Birds at the Patuxent Research Refuge," 1958.

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Folder 8 Styron, Elizabeth. Journal containing notes on birds observed on Society outings, 1913-1917.

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Folder 9 Tape recording of CBS News interview with Gale Monson and Gerald Schneider, January 1970.

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Folder 10 Wade, Joseph Sanford. "Found Fame Fighting Insects," undated. Biographical memoir of Leland Ossian Howard.

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Folder 11 Audubon Naturalist News, January 1975 - December 1978. Microfilm. Located in microfilm cabinet.

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