Nature and the Environment
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records
Dartmouth College, Environmental Studies Program records May be restricted
The collection contains subject files, correspondence, confirmation, reports, clippings, student files, course evaluations, handouts, lists of minors and majors, grade sheet, course proposals, student papers, exams, grades, syllabi and thesis proposals.
The material chronicles the activities and classes of the Department of Environmental Studies including Nees Director's Meetings, and the Kenya FSP.
Dartmouth College, Forester records May be restricted
Holographs, signed; typescripts, signed; holographs; printed forms completed in ms.; typescripts: typescripts (carbon copies); printed matter
The collection contains the records of the Dartmouth Outing Club of Boston, including correspondence, fliers, and record books. The records document the activities of this chapter of the Outing Club.
David C. Nutt (1919-2008). DC class of 1941. Professor. Contains correspondence, reports, administrative papers, articles, field reports and data, nautical charts and maps, research materials, ship logs and photographs relating to Nutt's research and teaching of the Arctic.
Donella H. Meadows, environmental activist, professor and author. Contains manuscripts, correspondence, newspaper columns, newsletters, newspaper clippings, photographs and negatives related to her publications and work concerning environmental sustainability.
Guy and Laura Waterman, authors. Contains drafts, correspondence, reviews, notes and interviews for "Losing the Garden: The Story of a Marriage" by Laura Waterman. Also includes materials related to the Waterman's homesteading activities in Vermont and manuscript materials for "Yankee Rock and Ice," "Forest and Crag," "Backwoods Ethics" and "Wilderness Ethics" as well as correspondence related to Laura Waterman's book "Starvation Shore."
Contains educational materials, working papers, correspondence, journals, agendas, notebooks, memorabilia items, and photographs. The Collection documents Brown's work as an environmental activist, student and environmental consultant in New Hampshire.
John Mudge, Lyme resident and activist. Consist of reports, correspondence, clippings and brochures related to the study of and opposition to the proposed development of a Parsons and Whittemore Pulp Mill in the Upper Valley.
Joseph L. Richards (1886-1959), forester. Dartmouth College Class of 1912. The collection contains papers including field notes, graphs, weather notes, data and some correspondence related to diseases in pine trees, especially pine blister rust in Temple, N.H., area compiled by Jospeh L. Richards.
The papers of Lawrence Hines contain correspondence, writings including the manuscript of "Rivers North," book reviews, newsletters, pamphlets, reports, maps, surveys and research material related to the Arctic, its wildlife, birds and territories. The material chronicles his interest in the Northwest Territories of Canada, and on Alaska and the Quetico-Superior region between Canada and the United States. Material related to his interest in river canoeing is also included.
The MacKaye Family Papers contain correspondence, manuscript drafts, photographs, financial records, sketchbooks, notebooks, diaries, programs, broadsides, posters, newspaper clippings, and ephemeral items. They chronicle four generations of the family. The bulk of the collections focus is on dramatist Steele MacKaye, his son and fellow dramatist and poet, Percy Mackaye, as well as the noted conservationist Benton Mackaye.
Mt. Washington Observatory. The collection consists of weather observations, including general meteorological observations, barographic, thermohydrographic, wind speed and gust records of the observatory and several substations.
Robert Scott Monahan, College Forester and Politician. Oral history interview documenting his undergraduate years and career at Dartmouth College.
The collection contains meeting minutes, by-laws, and articles of agreement for the Pine Park Association.