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Guide to the Alabama Forestry Association, RG 678

Listed by: Alfrieda Brummitt
Date: February 2000

Date Span: 1949-1987

Organizational Sketch: Founded in 1949 as the Alabama Forest Products Association; name changed to the Alabama Forestry Association in 1978. A non-profit organization representing forest industry interests and promoting research, educational activities, and legislation.

Scope / Content: Organized into 5 series: 1. Tree Farm Records; 2. Subject Files; 3. Allied Associations; 4. Audiotapes; 5. Photographs. Collection documents history and activities of Alabama Forestry Association and its relationships with other groups.



 

SERIES 1: TREE FARM RECORDS

      Accession 83-0723, Box 1
    1. Advertisements & Memorabilia
    2. Tree Farm Committee

    3.  
    Subseries: Tree Farm Correspondence
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      Accession 83-0723, Box 1
    1. 1972
    2. 1973
    3. 1973
    4. 1974
    5. 1974
    6. 1974
    7. 1975
    8. 1975
    9. 1975
    10. 1976
    11. 1976
    12. 1976
    13. 1977
    14. 1977
    15. 1977
    16. 1978
    17. 1978
    18. 1979
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    Subseries: Tree Farm Inspection Records, by Farm Number
     
      Accession 83-0723, Box 1
    1. 1-100
    2. 101-200
    3. 201-300
    4. 301-400
    5. 401-500
    6. 501-600
    7. 601-700
    8. 701-800
    9. 801-900
    10. 901-1000
    11. 1001-1100
    12. 1101-1200
    13. 1201-1300
    14. 1301-1400
    15. 1401-1500
    16. 1501-1600
    17. 1601-1700
    18. 1701-1800
    19. 1801-1900
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      Accession 83-0723, Box 2
    1. 1901-2000
    2. 2001-2100
    3. 2101-2200
    4. 2201-2300
    5. 2301-2400
    6. 2401-2500
    7. 2501-2600
    8. 2601-2700
    9. 2701-2800
    10. 2801-2900
    11. 2901-3000
    12. 3001-3101
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    Subseries: Old Tree Farm Inspection Reports, By Farm Number
       
      Accession 83-0723, Box 2
    1. 1-100
    2. 101-200
    3. 201-300
    4. 301-400
    5. 401-500
    6. 501-600
    7. 601-650
    8. 601-650
    9. 651-700
    10. 701-800
    11. 801-900
    12. 901-950
    13. 951-1000
    14. Southern States Tree Farm Committee Reports, 1978
    15. Tree Farm Inspection Recap, 1973-1979
    16. Tree Farm Inspectors’ Manual
    17. Tree Farm Publication
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    Subseries: Tree Farm Inspection Reports by County
       
      Accession 83-0723, Box 2
    1. Autauga: New Tree Farms
    2. Autauga
    3. Barbour: New Tree Farms
    4. Barbour
    5. Bibb: New Tree Farms
    6. Bibb
    7. Blount
    8. Bullock: New Tree Farms
    9. Bullock
    10. Butler: New Tree Farms
    11. Butler
    12. Calhoun: New Tree Farms
    13. Calhoun
    14. Chambers
    15. Chambers: New Tree Farms
    16. Cherokee
    17. Chilton
    18. Chilton: New Tree Farms
    19. Choctaw
    20. Choctaw: New Tree Farms
    21. Clarke
    22. Clarke: New Tree Farms
    23. Clay
    24. Clay: New Tree Farms
    25. Cleburne
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      Accession 83-0723, Box 3
    27. Coffee
    28. Coffee: New Tree Farms
    29. Colbert
    30. Conecuh
    31. Conecuh: New Tree Farms
    32. Coosa
    33. Covington
    34. Covington: New Tree Farms
    35. Crenshaw
    36. Crenshaw: New Tree Farms
    37. Cullman
    38. Cullman: New Tree Farms
    39. Dale
    40. Dale: New Tree Farms
    41. Dallas
    42. Dallas
    43. Dekalb
    44. Dekalb: New Tree Farms
    45. Elmore
    46. Elmore: New Tree Farms
    47. Etowah
    48. Fayette
    49. Fayette: New Tree Farms
    50. Franklin
    51. Franklin: New Tree Farms
    52. Geneva
    53. Geneva: New Tree Farms
    54. Greene
    55. Greene: New Tree Farms
    56. Hale
    57. Hale: New Tree Farms
    58. Henry
    59. Henry: New Tree Farms
    60. Houston
    61. Houston: New Tree Farms
    62. Jackson
    63. Jackson: New Tree Farms
    64. Jefferson
    65. Jefferson: New Tree Farms
    66. Lamar
    67. Lamar: New Tree Farms
    68. Lauderdale
    69. Lawrence
    70. Lee
    71. Lee: New Tree Farms
    72. Limestone
    73. Lowndes
    74. Lowndes: New Tree Farms
    75. Madison
    76. Marengo
    77. Marengo: New Tree Farms
    78. Marion
    79. Marion: New Tree Farms
    80. Marshall
    81. Mobile
    82. Monroe
    83. Monroe: New Tree Farms
    84. Montgomery
    85. Montgomery: New Tree Farms
    86. Morgan
    87. Perry
    88. Perry: New Tree Farms
    89. Pickens
    90. Pickens: New Tree Farms
    91. Pike
    92. Pike: New Tree Farms
    93. Randolph
    94. Russell
    95. Russell: New Tree Farms
    96. St. Clair
    97. St. Clair: New Tree Farms
    98. Shelby
    99. Shelby: New Tree Farms
    100. Sumter
    101. Sumter: New Tree Farms
    102. Talladega
    103. Talladega: New Tree Farms
    104. Tallapoosa
    105. Tallapoosa: New Tree Farms
    106. Tuscaloosa
    107. Tuscaloosa: New Tree Farms
    108. Walker
    109. Walker: New Tree Farms
    110. Washington
    111. Washington: New Tree Farms
    112. Wilcox
    113. Wilcox: New Tree Farms
    114. Winston
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SERIES 2: SUBJECT FILES:  Accession 83-0723, 1949-78 arranged alphabetically.  Those from Accession 95-033 (Bob Wiggings Papers) and Accession 96-125 (J. Hilton Watson Papers, 1974-8) are unarranged.

      Accession 83-0723, Box 3 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    1. Ad Valorem Tax Committee
    2. Ad Valorem Taxes (Alabama Legislation Information)
    3. Ad Valorem Tax Information: 1955-61 (1)
    4. Ad Valorem Tax Information: 1955-61 (2)
    5. Ad Valorem Tax Study Information
    6. Ad Valorem Tax Study Information
    7. Ad Valorem Tax: 1960s (1)
    8. Ad Valorem Tax: 1960s (2)
    9. Ad Valorem Tax: 1960s (3)
    10. Ad Valorem Tax: 1960s (4)
    11. Ad Valorem Tax Publications
    12. Ad Valorem Tax Publications
    13. Ad Valorem Tax Publications & Reports
    14. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 4 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    15. Alabama A&M University
    16. Alabama Agricultural Council
    17. Alabama Bankers’ Association
    18. Alabama Bankers’ Association
    19. Alabama Chamber of Commerce
    20. Alabama Chamber of Commerce
    21. Alabama Conservancy
    22. Alabama Conservancy
    23. Alabama Council of Associate Executives (1)
    24. Alabama Council of Associate Executives (2)
    25. Alabama Council of Associate Executives (3)
    26. Alabama Council of Associate Executives (4)
    27. Alabama Forestry Association Minutes, 1949-1978 (microfiche)
    28. Alabama Forestry Commission (1)
    29. Alabama Forestry Commission (2)
    30. Alabama Forestry Commission (3)
    31. Alabama Forestry Commission (4)
    32. Alabama Forestry Council (1)
    33. Alabama Forestry Council (2)
    34. Alabama Forestry Council (3)
    35. Alabama Forestry Council (4)
    36. Alabama Forestry Council (5)
    37. Alabama and United States Division – Department of Conservation
    38. Alabama Forest Institute (1)
    39. Alabama Forest Institute (2)
    40. Alabama Forest Products Association, 1967-69
    41. Alabama Highway Users Conference (1)
    42. Alabama Highway Users Conference (2)
    43. Alabama International Business Forum
    44. Alabama Loggers Committee
    45. Alabama Millage Rates, 1969 (Autauga – Winston)
    46. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 5 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    47. Alabama Resource Development Committee
    48. Alabama Resource Development Committee
    49. Alabama Resource Development Committee
    50. Alabama Water Improvement Commission (1)
    51. Alabama Water Improvement Commission (2)
    52. Alabama Water Improvement Commission (3)
    53. Alabama Water Improvement Commission (4)
    54. Air and Water Pollution Controls
    55. Air Pollution
    56. Beaver Control (1)
    57. Beaver Control (2)
    58. Board of Directors (1)
    59. Board of Directors (2)
    60. Board of Directors (3)
    61. Budget
    62. By-Laws and Dues Structure Committee (1)
    63. By-Laws and Dues Structure Committee (2)
    64. Capital Gains Tax
    65. Central Alabama Forest Products Club
    66. Charter & By-Laws
    67. Charter & By-Laws
    68. Communications Committee (1)
    69. Communications Committee (2)
    70. Communications Committee (3)
    71. Convention, 1978 (1)
    72. Convention, 1978 (2)
    73. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 6 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    74. Convention, 1976
    75. Convention Exhibitors, 1976
    76. Convention, 1975 & 1976
    77. Convention, 1975 & 1976
    78. Convention Speakers, 1974-1976
    79. Convention, 1974
    80. Convention Speakers, 1974
    81. Convention, 1973
    82. Convention Exhibitors, 1973
    83. Convention Golf Tournament, 1973
    84. Convention Speakers, 1973
    85. Convention, 1972
    86. Convention Exhibitors, 1972
    87. Convention Golf Tournament, 1972
    88. Convention Speakers, 1972
    89. Convention, 1971
    90. Convention Exhibitors, 1971
    91. Convention Golf Tournament, 1971
    92. Convention Speakers, 1971
    93. Convention, 1970
    94. Convention Exhibitors, 1970
    95. Convention Golf Tournament, 1970
    96. Convention Speakers, 1970
    97. Convention, 1969
    98. Convention Exhibitors, 1969
    99. Convention, (Ladies’) 1969
    100. Convention, 1968
    101. Convention Speakers, 1968
    102. Convention, 1967
    103. Convention, (Ladies’) 1967
    104. Convention, 1966
    105. Convention Exhibitors, 1966
    106. Convention, 1965
    107. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 7 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    108. Convention, 1963-65
    109. Convention, 1963-65
    110. Convention, 1960-64
    111. Convention Speakers, 1960-64
    112. Convention Speakers, 1960-64
    113. Corps of Engineers (1)
    114. Corps of Engineers (2)
    115. Education Committee
    116. Environmental Committee (1)
    117. Environmental Committee (2)
    118. Environmental Committee (3)
    119. Environmental Quality Control
    120. Ethics Committee (1)
    121. Ethics Committee (2)
    122. Executive Committee (1)
    123. Executive Committee (2)
    124. Executive Committee (3)
    125. Finance and Objectives Committee
    126. FFA Forestry Judging
    127. FFA Forestry Judging to 1977
    128. Forest Farmers Associative (1)
    129. Forest Farmers Associative (2)
    130. Forest Farmers Associative (3)
    131. Forest Farmers Associative (4)
    132. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 8 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    133. Forest Festival, 1978
    134. Forest Festival, 1976
    135. Forest Festival, 1975 (1)
    136. Forest Festival, 1975 (2)
    137. Forest Fire Control (1)
    138. Forest Fire Control (2)
    139. Forest Fire Control (3)
    140. Forest Fire Data, News Releases, etc.
    141. Forest Fire Reward, 1967
    142. Forest Fire Reward Fund
    143. Forest Fires, 1966
    144. Forest Fire Tax Study
    145. Forest Incentives Programs
    146. Forest Practice Regulations
    147. Forest Practice Standards
    148. Forest Productivity Committee
    149. Forest Productivity Committee
    150. Forest Products Club
    151. Forest Products Political Education Committee
    152. Forest Products Promotions Council
    153. Forest Products Research Society
    154. Forestry – Appropriation to Division of
    155. Forestry Building Fund Committee
    156. Forest Economic Impact Study
    157. Forestry Notes
    158. Forestry Queen Contest
    159. Genetics
    160. Government Land Acquisitions
    161. Governor’s Beech Mansion
    162. Governor’s Conservation Awards
    163. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 9 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    164. Governor’s Wood Plastic
    165. Graham, Joe W. – Papers, Photographs
    166. Gulf South Forestry Associations Conference
    167. Hardwood Development
    168. Highway Users’ Conference (State of Alabama)
    169. Home Builders Association
    170. Income Tax Research, 1960s
    171. Income Tax, 1970-77
    172. Income Reports, 1949; Withholding taxes, etc.
    173. Income Reports, 1949; Withholding taxes, etc.
    174. Industrial Expansion
    175. Industry Tour, 1978
    176. Industry Tour, 1977
    177. Industry Tour, 1975-76
    178. Industry Tour, 1975-76
    179. Industry Tour, 1974
    180. Industry Tour, 1973
    181. Industry Tour, 1972
    182. Industry Tour, 1971
    183. Industry Tour, 1970
    184. Industry Tour, 1969
    185. Insurance Committee
    186. Investments Committee
    187. Keep Green Committee
    188. Land Owners’ Conference (1)
    189. Land Owners’ Conference (2)
    190. Land Use Committee
    191. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 10 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    192. Land Use Planning (1)
    193. Land Use Planning (2)
    194. Law Institute Legislative Committee Leases
    195. Leases
    196. Legislation, National
    197. Legislation, National
    198. Legislation, State
    199. Legislation, State
    200. Legislation, through 1963 (1)
    201. Legislation, through 1963 (2)
    202. Legislative Action Committee
    203. Legislative Chips: 1976, 1977, 1961
    204. Legislative Chips: 1975
    205. Legislative Chips: 1973
    206. Legislative Chips: 1972
    207. Legislative Chips: 1971
    208. Legislative Chips: 1970
    209. Legislative Chips: 1969
    210. Legislative Chips: 1967, 1968
    211. Legislative Committees (1)
    212. Legislative Committees (2)
    213. Legislative Hearings, 12-Man Exemption; House, 1960
    214. Legislative Hearings, 12-Man Exemption; House, 1960
    215. Liability Insurance Study Committee
    216. "Lid Law" Legislator
    217. Logging and Highway Safety Committee
    218. Long Range Policy
    219. Long Range Policy Review Committee
    220. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 11 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    221. Lumber Standard
    222. Meetings (Centerville, Clanton, Dadeville, Madesville, Marion, Troy)
    223. Members to AFA (1)
    224. Members of AFA (2)
    225. Members of AFPA (1)
    226. Members of AFPA (2)
    227. Membership Committee (1)
    228. Membership Committee (2)
    229. Membership Committee (3)
    230. Miscellaneous Correspondence (1)
    231. Miscellaneous Correspondence (2)
    232. Miscellaneous Correspondence Manual, State of Alabama
    233. Monogahela Action Committee
    234. Monogahela Action Program (1)
    235. Monogahela Action Program (2)
    236. Monogahela Action Program (3)
    237. Monogahela Issues
    238. Newspapers & Other Printed Matter
    239. Nomination Committee
    240. Occupational Safety & Health Act
    241. Payroll Tax Information (1)
    242. Payroll Tax Information (2)
    243. Pension Plan (1)
    244. Accession 83-0723, Box 12
    245. Pension Plan (2)
    246. Pension Plan Correspondence (1)
    247. Pension Plan Correspondence (2)
    248. Personnel
    249. Pollution, Air & Water, Committee
    250. Pollution, Water
    251. Program Committee
    252. Prospective Members
    253. Red Hill Salamander (1)
    254. Red Hill Salamander (2)
    255. Red Hill Salamander (3)
    256. Research Assistance Committee
    257. Resolution Committee (1)
    258. Resolution Committee (2)
    259. Right-To-Work Law
    260. Roadless Area Review and Evaluation Materials
    261. Sawmill Short Course (1)
    262. Sawmill Short Course (2)
    263. Sawmill Short Course (3)
    264. Senior Bowl Game
    265. Senior Bowl Game, 1976
    266. Senior Bowl Game, 1974 (1)
    267. Senior Bowl Game, 1974 (2)
    268. Senior Bowl Game, 1973
    269. Senior Bowl Game, 1972
    270. Senior Bowl Game, 1970
    271. Senior Bowl Game, 1969, 1968, 1962 (1)
    272. Senior Bowl Game, 1969, 1978, 1962 (2)
    273. Severance Tax: General (1)
    274. Severance Tax: General (2)
    275. Severance Tax: General 1955
    276. Tax Committee
    277. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1978
    278. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1977 (1)
    279. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1977 (2)
    280. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 13 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    281. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1976 (1)
    282. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1976 (2)
    283. Teacher Conversation Workshop, 1976 (3)
    284. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1975 (1)
    285. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1975 (2)
    286. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1975 (3)
    287. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1974 (1)
    288. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1974 (2)
    289. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1973 (1)
    290. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1973 [2]
    291. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1972
    292. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1971 [1]
    293. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1971 [2]
    294. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1970 [1]
    295. Teacher Conservation Workshop, 1970 [2]
    296. Third Forest Association
    297. Third Forest Committee
    298. Timber Valuation and Taxation Committee [1]
    299. Timber Valuation and Taxation Committee [2]
    300. Tree Farm Organization Papers
    301. Vo-Ag Forestry Committee
    302. Warrior – Cahaba Lumberman’s Club [1]
    303. Warrior – Cahaba Lumberman’s Club [2]
    304. Water Pollution [1]
    305. Water Pollution [2]
    306. BMP Water Quality Committee [1]
    307. BMP Water Quality Committee [2]
    308. J. Hilton Watson [1]
    309. J. Hilton Watson [2]
    310. J. Hilton Watson [3]
    311. J. Hilton Watson – Personal Papers [1]
    312. J. Hilton Watson – Personal Papers [2]
    313. Weight Scaling Committee
    314. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 83-0723, Box 14 (1949-1978, Arranged Alphabetically)
    315. Wood House
    316. Workmen’s Compensation


    Subseries: Office Files of Bob Wiggins, AFA Administrative VP.
     

      Accession 95-33, Box 1 (1977-1981, Unarranged)
    1. Constitution and Committees
    2. Budget, 1980-1981
    3. Landscaping
    4. Bear Brothers
    5. Office Equipment, Kitchen, etc.
    6. Building Committee Meetings
    7. Plaques
    8. Group Medical
    9. Membership Drive, 1980
    10. Public Relations
    11. Paper Bag
    12. Economic Promotion
    13. Economic Impact Study
    14. Forestry Statistics [1 of 2]
    15. Forestry Statistics [1 of 2]
    16. Communications Project
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    Subseries: Office files of J. Hilton Watson, AFA Executive Vice President
     
      Accession 96-125, Box 1 (1974-1986, Unarranged.)
    1. Lumber Standards
    2. Maps
    3. Bulletins and Letters
    4. Ecology
    5. Films
    6. Forest-Gram South
    7. Inspection Fee on Oil
    8. Mitigation
    9. Brochures
    10. USDA Forest Service
    11. Newspaper Articles
    12. Miscellaneous Correspondence
    13. Miscellaneous Correspondence
    14. Environmental Education Advisory Council
    15. Federal Housing Administration
    16. Non Point Source Pollution
    17. Occupational Safety and Health Act
    18. Senior Bowl Game, 1981
    19. Senior Bowl Game, 1982
    20. Senior Bowl Game, 1983
    21. Senior Bowl Game, 1984
    22. Paper Mill Data
    23. Coastal Zone Management
    24. Wildlife Management and Recreation Committee
    25. Tax Committee
    26. Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce
    27. Alabama Trucking Association
    28. Associated Industries of Alabama
    29. Membership Drive, 1981
    30. Forestry Economics Impact Committee
    31. AU Forestry Department, Advisory Committee
    32. Jobs
    33. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 96-125, Box 2 (1974-1986, Unarranged.)
    34. AU Wood Education Program
    35. Alabama Cooperative Extension Service
    36. FFA Forestry Judging
    37. Alabama Forestry Council
    38. District Membership Meeting
    39. Environmental Quality Association
    40. Auburn University
    41. AU Agricultural Advisory Council
    42. State Ethics Commission
    43. Lobbying Activist, Monthly Reports, 1979-84
    44. UC/WC Task Force
    45. Alabama Forestry Study Committee
    46. Alabama Water Improvement Association
    47. Forest Resource Plan
    48. SCORP
    49. Green Pitcher Plant
    50. Wilderness Evaluation
    51. Bankhead Forest/Sipsey Wilderness
    52. Tenn.-Tom. Mitigation
    53. Alabama Soil and Water Conservation
    54. National Trails System
    55. Mitigation
    56. Land Use Planning
    57. Escataupa River
    58. Endangered Species
    59. Flattened Mush Turtle
    60. Cahaba Scenic River Study
    61. Trucks
    62. Employees Pension Plan
    63. Strip Mining
    64. Clear Cutting
    65. "AU Forestry Programs-Its First Half Century," W.B. DeVall
    66. Office of the District Attorney
    67. Pine Tree Emblems
    68. Society of American Foresters
    69. Alabama Forest Products Magazine, correspondence, 1973
    70. Taxation
    71. Radio and TV Stations
    72. Speakers
    73. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 96-125, Box 3 (1974-1986, Unarranged.)
    74. Action Committee
    75. Resolutions Committee
    76. Pesticide Regulations
    77. Association Forum Group
    78. Legislative Committee
    79. Alabama Agriculture Council
    80. Forest Economic Impact Committee
    81. Insurance Trustees
    82. Alabama Bankers Association
    83. Auditing Committee
    84. Board of Directors, 1978-81
    85. By-Laws and Dues Structure Committee
    86. Alabama Farm Bureau Federation
    87. Education Committee
    88. Environmental Card
    89. Communications Committee
    90. Alabama Press Association
    91. Alabama Textile Manufacturing Association
    92. Alabama Chamber of Commerce
    93. Alabama Alliance of Business and Industry
    94. Alabama Forestry Commission
    95. Forest Productivity, 1982-83
    96. Alabama Forest Productivity
    97. Forest Productivity Committee
    98. Forest Productivity Committee
    99. Forest Productivity Committee
    100. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 96-125, Box 4 (1974-1986, Unarranged.)
    101. Executive Committee, 1978-1983
    102. Charter and By-Laws
    103. Business and Government Forums, 1980
    104. New Members
    105. Grass Roots Contacts, re: H.161
    106. U.S. Senators
    107. Correspondence (Alabama Political), 1979-82
    108. Auditing Committee
    109. Pamphlets
    110. Members of AFA
    111. State Rehabilitation Center
    112. Candidates Forum, 1982
    113. Alabama Teachers Conservation Workshop, 1978-81
    114. General Correspondence, 1980-84
    115. State Representatives
    116. State Senators
    117. Current Use Legislation
    118. Municipal Waste to Energy
    119. Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
    120. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 96-125, Box 5 (1974-1986, Unarranged.)
    121. Co-employment Amendment
    122. Citizens Tort Reform Commission
    123. JOBS
    124. Legislative Chips, 1979-81
    125. AFA Annual Convention, 1981
    126. AFA Annual Convention, 1982
    127. AFA Annual Convention, 1983
    128. AFA Annual Convention, 1984
    129. AFA Annual Convention, 1985
    130. National Highway Users Conference, 1980
    131. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    132. Forestry Print Communicator of the Year, 1984
    133. Trees for Marginal Cropland
    134. Papers on Long and Short Leaf Pines
    135. Private Woodlands Reforestation
    136. Seed Improvement
    137. Media Outreach
    138. Safety Committee, 1986
    139. Landowner Assistance
    140. Reforestation Standards
    141. Long Leaf Workshop
    142. Alabama Forestry Commission
    143. Alabama Forestry Planning Committee
    144. Forest Festival Awards, 1982
    145. Forest Festival
    146. Forest Festival Committee
    147. Return to the TOP of the Page
      Accession 96-125, Box 6 (1974-1986, Unarranged.)
    148. Hurricane Frederick
    149. Forest Disaster Recovery Committee
    150. Water Quality Committee
    151. Forestry Advisory Committee
    152. Pine Beetle Epidemic, 1979
    153. Alabama Historical Commission
    154. Tree Planting Project
    155. Personnel
    156. Correspondence, J. Hilton Watson, 1978-809
    157. Correspondence, Bobby R. Wiggins, 1979-82
    158. Statistics and Information re: Forest Industry
    159. Pest Press, 1981-82; Tree Topics, 1980-81
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SERIES 3: ALLIED ASSOCIATIONS

      Accession 83-0723, Box 14
    1. Alabama Department of Conservation
    2. Alabama Emergency Management of Resources: Housing
    3. Alabama Farm Bureau
    4. American Forest Institute [1]
    5. American Forest Institute [2]
    6. American Forest Institute [3]
    7. American Forest Institute [4]
    8. American Paper Institute [5]
    9. American Paper Institute [6]
    10. American Paper Institute [3]
    11. American Pulpwood Association [1]
    12. American Pulpwood Association [2]
    13. American Pulpwood Association [3]
    14. American Society of Association Executives [1]
    15. American Society of Association Executives [2]
    16. American Society of Association Executives [3]
    17. American Society of Association Executives [4]
    18. Appalachian Regional Development Program
    19. Arkansas Forestry
    20. Associated Industries of Alabama [1]
    21. Associated Industries of Alabama [2]
    22. Atomic Energy Commission
    23. Auburn Forestry Forum
    24. Auburn University [1]
    25. Auburn University [2]
    26. Auburn University [3]
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      Accession 83-0723, Box 15
    1. Auburn University [4]
    2. Auburn University [5]
    3. Auburn University Agricultural Advisory Council
    4. Auburn University Wood Education Program [1]
    5. Auburn University Wood Education Program [2]
    6. Auburn University Wood Education Program [3]
    7. Bamboo & Forestry Field Day
    8. Consulting Committee on Forestry Research at Auburn University
    9. Louisiana Forestry Association
    10. Mississippi Forestry Association [1]
    11. Mississippi Forestry Association [2]
    12. Mississippi Forestry Association [3]
    13. Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce
    14. National Association of Soil and Water Conservations Districts, Bachelor, LA
    15. Natural Bridge Forest Projects Club
    16. National Council of Association Executives
    17. National Forest Products Association [1]
    18. National Forest Products Association [2]
    19. National Forest Products Association [3]
    20. National Forest Products Association [4]
    21. National Forest Products Association [5]
    22. National Forest Products Association [6]
    23. National Highway Users’ Conference
    24. National Legislation [1]
    25. National Legislation [2]
    26. Northwest Alabama State Junior College
    27. Public Service Commission
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    29. Senate Correspondence
    30. Sierra Club
    31. Society of American Foresters [1]
    32. Society of American Foresters [2]
    33. Society of American Foresters [3]
    34. Society of American Foresters [4]
    35. Society of American Foresters [5]
    36. Society of American Foresters [6]
    37. Society of American Foresters [7]
    38. Southern Forest Council [1]
    39. Southern Forest Council [2]
    40. Southern Forest Council [3]
    41. Southern Forest Institute [1]
    42. Southern Forest Institute [2]
    43. Southern Forest Institute [3]
    44. Southern Forest Institute [4]
    45. Southern Forest Projects Association [1]
    46. Southern Forest Projects Association [2]
    47. Southern Forest Projects Association [3]
    48. Southern Forest Research Council
    49. Southern Forest Resource Analysis Committee
    50. Southern Lumberman
    51. Southern Pine Inspection Bureau, 1960-1963
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    53. Southern Pulpwood Conservation Association
    54. Southern States Industrial Council
    55. State Ethics Commission
    56. State Forestry Division Study Commission
    57. State & National Associations [1]
    58. State & National Associations [2]
    59. Statistics & Information Regarding All Segments of Forest Industries
    60. Texas Forest Association [1]
    61. Texas Forest Association [2]
    62. Texas Forest Association [3]
    63. Timber Valuation and Taxation Newsletter [1]
    64. Timber Valuation and Taxation Newsletter [2]
    65. Unemployment Compensation
    66. United States Congressmen, Correspondence [1]
    67. United States Congressmen, Correspondence [2]
    68. United States Congressmen, Correspondence [3]
    69. United States Department of Agriculture – 15 – Program
    70. United States Forest Service, Dept. of Agriculture [1]
    71. United States Forest Service, Dept. of Agriculture [2]
    72. United States Forest Service, Dept. of Agriculture [3]
    73. United States Forest Service, Dept. of Agriculture [4]
    74. United States Forest Service, Dept. of Agriculture [5]
    75. Virginia Legislation
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SERIES 4: AUDIOTAPES (Some w/ Transcripts)

Subseries: Forest Industries Audio Reports, 1972-1976
Accession 83-0723, Box 17
Tape 1 August 1972 Highlights
1 – House Land Use Policy Reported
2 – New Developments in Sierra Club vs. Butz
3 – New Hope for Freight Car Supply
4 – Timber Capital Gains Again Under Attack
5 – Representative Tom Foley Comments on Forestry Issues
6 – Leo Shafer, Dept. of Agriculture, Describes Satellite Role
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 Tape 2 September 1972 Highlights
1 – CEP Praises Pulp and Paper Industry
2 – White House May See Water Bill, October 1
3 – Washington State vs. Sierra Club
4 – IRS Intensifies Lumber Price Investigation
5 – Florida Senator Questions Multiple Use
6 – Workshop Gives Impetus to FIC Communications Program
7 – Boy Scout Tree Farm Day Success
Tape 3 October 1972 Highlights
1 – New Intervenors in Sierra Club Suit
2 – Clean Water Bill Faces Possible Veto
3 – The Price Commission and the Facts of Lige
4 – Foust Chemical Task Force Gets to Work
5 – 150 Communicators Attend FIC Workshop
6 – Hugh Downs Sees Change in Environment Thrust
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 Tape 4 November 1972 Highlights
1 – Sierra Club Suit Trial Set for December
2 – Emory Moore Defines the Crunch
3 – Lussock Moth Ravages Northwest Forests
4 – CA Supreme Court Rule on Ecological Impact
5 – Clean Water A Reality
6 – Train Praises AFA Tree Planting Theme
7 – Elmer Shaw, Library of Congress, on 92nd Congress
Tape 5 December 1972 Highlights
1 – Taxes Will Be Major Issue in 93rd Congress
2 – Psychological Warfare May Be Counter-Productive
3 – Nader’s Last Stand
4 – Timber Trends Pre-publication Summary Released
5 – Commoner and Maddux Stage Doomsday Debate
6 – First FIC Regional Analysis Reviewed
7 – Why Mammoth Decision May Be Trend Steeing
8 – Interview w/Dr. Burton Box, New Ex. VP of SFI
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 Tape 6 February 1973 Highlights
1 – More Use of Wood Products Urged in Report to National Commission on Material Policy
2 – Forestry Deans Fight for Research Funds
3 – Senator Jackson Says Energy Impact Should be Required of Federal Agencies
4 – Environmentalists and Industries Agree on Forestry Program Funding Problem
5 – Lack of Forest Roads Causes Artificial Timber Shortage
6 – Rene Dubos Speaks Out on the Environment
Tape 7 March 1973 Highlights
1 – Home Builders March on DC
2 – Colorado Senator Says This Is Year For Land-Use Legislation
3 – Preservationists and Industry Jointly Urging More Funds
4 – IPC’s Fred C. Gragg Urges More Third Forest Support
5 – MRI Report Shows Paper Recycling Can Be Increased
6 – Margaret Mead Advises One-World Approach to Planet
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 Tape 8 April 1973 Highlights
1 – Government Tries to Ease Softwood and Plywood Pressures
2 – Higgins Says
3 – Paper Supply Tight But Not Short, Says API
4 – FIC Communications Progress Report
5 – Muskie Assails Auto Industry on Air Pollution
6 – Forest Roads in Short Supply, Funds in Jeopardy
Tape 9 May 1973 Highlights
1 – NFPA Economists Reports Drop Prices for Lumberland Plywood
2 – Sierra Club’s Monogahela Forest Suit Poses Threat to Clear-Cut Practices
3 – Land-Use Planning Gathers Congressional Support
4 – FIC Communications Program Wins PRSA Silver Anvil Award
5 – AFI’s Phyllis Rock Reports on Gilbert Youth Survey
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 Tape 10 June 1973 Highlights
1 – Rarick (D-LA) Optimistic on Forest Incentives
2 – API and NFPA on Energy Crisis
3 – Opposition to Packwood Export Bill Explained
4 – Industry Participation in Land Use Urged
5 – Sen. Mark Hatfield (R-OR) on the American Forestry Act
Tape 11 July 1973 Highlights
1 – Chet Hollifield (D-CA) on Proposed Dept. of Energy and National Resources
2 – API’s Dick Wiechmann on Senate Recycling Bill
3 – NFPA’s Gerry Prange on Metrification
4 – Findings of Materials Policy Commission Outlined
5 – Exerpt from Speech by Environmentalist Mike Frome
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 Tape 12 August 1973 Highlights
1 – Forest Service Talks About Bugging
2 – NFPA’s John Hall on State Forest Practices
3 – Facts and Comments on Forest Town
4 – NFPA’s Environmental Counsel on Court Actions
5 – A legislative Round-Up
Tape 13 September 1973 Highlights
1 – Rex Resler, GSFS, on Substitution Regulations
2 – NFPA Environmental Law Task Group Formed
3 – AFI Annual Meeting Preview
4 – New Public Service Radio Campaign
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 Tape 14 October 1973: AFI Annual Meeting w/:
1 – Jules Bergman, ABC Science Editor
2 – Gerard Prel of Scientific American
3 – Alfred Kreft, Isaak Walton League
4 – William A. Rusher, National Review
5 – Philip Robertson of Daniel Yankelonitch, Inc. on the "Age of Mistrust"
Tape 15 December 1973: "The Shortage Issue"
1 – Ronald J. Slinn, American Paper Institute (API)
2 – L.W. Schaibach, International Paper
3 – J. Rodney Edwards, API
4 – Pierre Rinfret on the Energy Crises
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 Tape 16 January 1974: "Housing: 1974 and Beyond"
1 – Dr. Michael Sumichrast, NAHB
2 – David Miller, Pres., Miller & Smith, Inc.
3 – FIC Communications Committee, 1974 Plans Revealed
4 – FIC Communications Workshops
Tape 17 February 1974: "The Forest Management Issue"
1 – Congressman John Rarick (D-LA)
2 – Robert E. Jones, AFI
3 – Ted Natti, New Hampshire State Forester
4 – Lon Moran, California State Forester
5 – Dr. Dennis Teeguarden on Timber Taxation
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 Tape 18 Third Edition 1974
1 – "Clean Water in Dollars and Sense" – Peter E. Wrist, Chairman, NCASI; VP Mead Corp.
2 – Industry News Item and a Legislative Round-up
3 – John E. Ray, Pres., AFI; Exec. VP Union Camp. Topic: FIC Communications Program
Tape 19 Eighth Edition 1974: "Trade Associations: Who Are They and How Can They Help?"
1 – Ralph Hodges, Exec. VP, National Forest Products Association
2 – Bronson Lewis, Exec. VP, American Plywood Association
3 – George Check, Exec. VP, American Forest Institute
4 – Speech by George Hartzog, Former Director, National Park Service
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 Tape 20 Ninth Edition 1974: "Return of the Forest: Where Is It? How Much Is There?"
1 – George Check, Exec. VP, American Forest Institute
2 – Assorted Industry News
3 – Raymond A. Haik, Chairman, Isaak Walton League: "The Law and Environmental Tradeoff"
Tape 21 Eleventh Edition 1974: "Christmas Trees…The Real Thing"
1 - Christmas Tree Grower John Cotton
2 – Hon. Rogers C.B. Morton, "Federal Resource Policy"
Tape 22 Twelfth Edition 1974: "Public Opinion and Industry…or Whom?
1 – Nye Stevens, VP, Yankelovich Skelly, and White
2 – Industry News Item
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 Tape 23 First Edition 1975: "Utilization: Stretching The Trees To Fit The Need"
1 – Dr. John Zerbe, USFS
2 – Gerald Koesnigshof, USFS
3 – J. Edwin Moore, American Pulpwood Association
4 – Richard Weichmann, American Paper Institute: "Air & Water Guidelines"
Tape 24 Second Edition 1975: "Environmental Law: The 11th Amendment"
1 – Bob Bassman, Environmental Counsel, NFPA
2 – Thomas H. Truitt
3 – The Capitol Hill Report and Industry News
4 – Cong. John Rhodes (R-AZ) on the 94th Congress
Tape 25 Duplicate of Tape 24
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Tape 26 Third Edition 1975: "Federal Timber Supply: Here Today, Here Tomorrow?"

1 – W.D. Hagenstein, Exec. VP, Industrial Forestry Association
2 – John R. McGuire, Chief, GS Forest Service
3 – M.C. Cohn, Pres., NFPA "A ‘Can-Do’ Program for Forestry"
Tape 27 Seventh Edition 1975: "Energy: The Pieces of The Puzzle"
1 – Dr. Walter Mead, University of California
2 – William Moshofsky, VP, Georgia-Pacific Corp.
3 – Jeff Duke, Assistant Manager, Raw Materials/Energy, American Paper Institute
4 – Discussion of Natural Gas Price Controls
Tape 28 Ninth Edition 1975: "Hardwoods: Product & Productivity"
1 – Dan Gott, Exec. Director, Fine Hardwoods, American Walnut Association
2 – Jay Albee, Exec. VP, Maple Flooring Manufacturers Association
3 – Gov. William Waller on U.S. Trade in the Middle East
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 Tape 29 First Edition 1976: "Forest Chemicals: Making Room for the Forest"
1 – William Lawrence, Ph.D., Weyerhauser Corp.
2 – John Davidson, Dow Chemical Co.
3 – "Financial Page," Your Personal Advisor
Tape 30 Tenth Edition 1976: "Environmentalism: Where Are We Going?"
1 – Jack Larsen, Director, Environmental Affairs, Weyerhauser Corp.
2 – Peter Cashman, EPA
3 – Sen. Robert Griffin (R-MI), "Balancing Environmental Priorities"
Tape 31 Eleventh Edition 1976: "Forestry and the Private Landowner"
1 – Harold S. Winger, IPC
2 – A.R. Bond, Maryland State Forester
3 – Richard Lewis, American Tree Farm System
4 – "Election Re-cap," Joe McGrath, NFPA and Dick Scammon w/Election Results
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Tape 32 Undated
1 – "The Birds and the Bees and the Trees"
Tape 33 Undated
1 – "Trees and a Woman’s World"
Subseries:  J. Hilton Watson Interview Accession 95-11, Box 1
  • Oral history tapes and transcription with J. Hilton Watson, former director of the Alabama Forestry Association, regarding his participation in that organization: 7-24, 9-8, 10-13, and 12-9-92
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    SERIES 5: PHOTOGRAPHS: Created by Bob Wiggins, AFA Administrative VP.

        Accession 95-33, Box 1
      1. Log Cross Section
      2. Assorted Photos
      3. Cal Bowden/Swedish Trade Mission/Mack Trucks
      4. Spoil Bank Reclamation/Direct Pine Seeding/US Steel
      5. Super Expo 79, New Orleans
      6. Stanfield Tin Shop
      7. [Unidentified Awards Ceremony]
      8. Building, B/W and Color, Professional Shots
      9. AFA Building
      10. Assorted Photos
      11. Assorted Photos
      12. Christmas Tree Cutting
      13. Manning Tree Farm
      14. MacMillan-Bloedel Operation
      15. 1981 Annual Meeting
      16. 1978 FFA Forestry Judging
      17. Champion Timberlands
      18. Salon Dixon Center
      19. Salon Dixon, Interviews and Pics
      20. Boxing Gloves used for 1979 Annual Meeting
      21. Bobby Dixon, Mill and Office
      22. Art, November 18
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