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Finding-Aid for the Mississippi Forestry Collection (MUM00307)

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Descriptive Summary
University of Mississippi (collector)
Mississippi Forestry Collection.
Inclusive Dates:
Materials in:
Collection contains articles, magazines, and miscellaneous documents related to forestry in Mississippi. Items were created 1920-1976.
1 box.
Repository :
The University of Mississippi
J.D. Williams Library
Department of Archives and Special Collections
P.O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848, USA
Phone: 662.915.7408
Fax: 662.915.5734
Cite as:
Mississippi Forestry Collection (MUM00307). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Scope and Contents Note
Collection contains articles, magazines, and miscellaneous documents related to forestry in Mississippi. Items were created 1920-1976.

Access Restrictions
Use Restriction
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Container List

Mississippi Forestry Collection Inventory

1. "The Voices of Forestry" -- Mississippi Forest Association newsletter [not a continuous run, 1981-1984].

2. "Mississippi Forest Service" (1928).

3. "Mississippi Forest Facts" (1957 edition).

4. "Mississippi's Public Meeting on Small Woodland Problems in Jackson" (December 1958).

5. "Mississippi's Forest Wealth" (Johns-Manville Products Corporation of Natchez, Mississippi; no date).

6. "Present Land Use in the State of Mississippi" (n.d.).

7. "Forest Conservation Laws of Mississippi" (Revised 1960 edition).

8. "Your Mississippi Forestry Commission Helps You" (October 1963).

9. "Get the Most From Your Seedlings" (n.d.).

10. "Young Trees -- Give 'Em A Chance to Grow a Profit for You" (n.d.).

11. "A Suggested Forest Law for Mississippi" (n.d.)

12. "Our Report of Progress: The Mississippi Forestry Association" (1958).

13. "Forest Resources" (October 25, 1976).

14. "Here Are the Facts About Your Delta National Forest" (January 1978).

15. "Treetop Talk" (March 1982).

16. "Mississippi Forest Facts" (1952 edition).

17. "Forest Resources of the Delta Section of Mississippi" (June 15, 1942).

18. "History & Progress of Mississippi Forestry Program" (c. 1962).

19. "The Silent Factory" (n.d.).

20. "The U.S. Forest Service Cordially Welcomes You to the Dedication of . . the Southern Hardwood Laboratory" (April 1962).

21. "Tree Farming is Good Business" (n.d.).

22. "Boys Conservation Schools" (n.d.).

23. "Mississippi Forest Fire Prevention Conference" (September 14, 1956).

24. "Forest Fire Law in Mississippi" (January 1955, 2 copies).

25. "Your Timber & Your Challenge" (c. 1951).

26. "Keep Mississippi Green" (n.d., 3 copies).

27. "A Report on the First 18 Months of the Forestry Bank" (c. 1962).

28. "Protect and Manage Good Southern Hardwoods" (1959).

29. "The Mississippi Forestry Association" (2 copies n.d.; 1 copy c. 1956).

30. "Questions and Answers About Mississippi's Sixteenth Section School Lands" (c. 1960s).

31. "Facts at a Glance" (1964).

32. "Mississippi Tree Farms and Mill Tours" (1960).

33. Mississippi Pine Manufacturers Association (1 circular).

34. Mississippi Forestry Association Material (4 items).

35. Mississippi Forestry Commission Reports (6 items).

36. Reprints of forestry material (9 reprints).

37. Miscellaneous forestry material (9 items).

Accretion to Mississippi Forestry Collection


43. The Yazoo Forester: Oxford Mississippi-'Reforestation Capital of the World' (March-June 1967).

44. "Report of the Committee on Conservation and Reforestation" (1920).

45. Publications by J.N. Flowers:
On the Matter of the Acquisition by the National Forest Reservation Commission of Lands in the State of Mississippi (May 29, 1944).
On the Duty of the State to Look After its Forest Lands and to Help its Citizens to Raise Crops of Trees (August 6, 1945).
Some Suggestions as to What The State of Mississippi Should Do To Get Increased Production from its Timber Lands (October 9, 1945).
On the Duty of the State to Acquire Lands and Organize State Forests (November 7, 1946).
On Duty of the State to Provide the Funds Needed for the Adequate Protection of Our Forest Lands from Fire (August 15, 1947).
The State and Its Idle Land: Part I What Has Happened to Our Land Resources During the Last Fifty Years (June 1949, 2 copies).
The State and Its Idle Land: Part II The Great Problem Now Before Our State Managers (December 1949).
The State and Its Idle Land: Part III Introducing the Ranger (June 1950).