U.S. Forest Service, George Washington National Forest, Lost River and Massanutten, 1912-1940

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Descriptive Summary

 

Repository: Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University

Title: U.S. Forest Service, George Washington National Forest, Lost River and Massanutten Working Circles Reports, 1912-1940

Collection No.: SC 0106
Creator: U.S Forest Service

Extent: 1 folder; .08 cubic feet

Language: English

Abstract: This collection consists of photocopies of four public-domain documents which relate to the U.S. Forest Service.

 

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Collection is open for research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the James Madison University Special Collections Library to use this collection.

Use Restrictions: The copyright interests in this collection have been transferred to the James Madison University Special Collections Library. For more information, contact the Special Collections Library Reference Desk. (library-special@jmu.edu).

Preferred Citation: [Identification of item], [box #, folder #], U.S. Forest Service, George Washington National Forest, Lost River and Massanutten Working Circles Reports, 1912-1940, SC 0106, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va.

Acquisition Information: Donated by John Coleman, Lee District Ranger for the George Washington National Forest, in March 1997.
Processing Information: In order to streamline the process of applying collection numbers, Special Collections staff completed a large-scale renumbering campaign in the spring of 2017. This collection was previously cataloged as SC 2086.

Bio/Historical Note:

Scope and Content:

The collection is comprised of four reports documenting the forest composition and condition of certain portions of federally owned lands in northern Rockingham and Page counties; and in western Frederick and western Shenandoah counties in Virginia and southeastern Hampshire and eastern Hardy counties, West Virginia. Details about local markets for forest products; local history of tanbark, iron, and other industries; and local fire history are also given. Titles include:

Arrangement:

The reports are arranged chronologically in one folder.

Location of Originals:

Original documents on file at the Lee District headquarters in Edinburg, Virginia

Related Material:

U.S. Forest Service, George Washington National Forest, Dry River District Records, SC 0083, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va.

Contents:

Folder Title
Box : Folder
Lost River and Massanutten Working Circles Reports, 1912-1940
1:1

Compiled by: Chris Bolgiano, April 1997; Edited by Kayla Payne, June 2012