NS. Natural Science, Environment, Natural Resources, Conservation, Planning (includes The Everglades)
Found in 34 Collections and/or Records:
The papers of Archie Fairly Carr, Jr., University of Florida Professor of Zoology, author and conservationist. The papers include his writings, correspondence, research, and files on miscellaneous subjects.
Manuscripts, correspondence, and other papers of a biologist/ecologist regarding the restoration of water flow in South Florida and other environmental issues.
Business records of Chase and Company and affiliates, as well as the personal correspondence of members of the Chase Family and family genealogical records.
David Fairchild's typescript account of his 1917 trip from Washington, D.C. to Florida to observe cultivation of imported bamboo plants.
Correspondence, field notes, publications, research proposals, and other papers of limnologist and educator, Edward S. Deevey.
Correspondence and newsletter columns about ornithology, and manuscripts of books about birds by Elizabeth S. Austin and Oliver L. Austin, Jr.
Correspondence, photographs and clippings from Ernest Graham's career as a truck and dairy farmer, Florida public servant, and political campaigner. There is strong emphasis on subjects such as horse racing, racketeering, drainage, flooding and water control in South Florida.
Largely pertaining to Taylor's work on the preservation of Corkscrew Swamp near Naples, Florida, the collection includes correspondence, photographs, slides (with descriptions), maps, and various manuscripts, including "The Trek."
Collection contains 21 field notebooks from F. Wayne King, curator emeritus of Herpetology and former Director of the Florida Museum of Natural History.