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About the Fritz-Metcalf Photograph Collection

Emanuel Fritz Redwood 4H Club Trestle Woodbridge Metcalf

The Fritz-Metcalf Photograph Collection is a group of about 9000 photographs relating primarily to forestry, conservation, and the lumber industry in California and the United States. Subjects include logging operations, logging equipment, reforestation, forest research, fire protection, lumber mills, and the activities of the University of California's School of Forestry. The photographs were taken from 1906 to 1984 by Emanuel Fritz, Woodbridge Metcalf and others.
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Data owner: Bioscience and Natural Resources Library.

Bioscience & Natural Resources Library: Special collections

The Marian Koshland Bioscience & Natural Resources Library at the University of California, Berkeley has a number of collections that are considered "special" or rare. This guide will provide information on the collections and how to gain access to them.

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Wieslander, VTM: Vegetation Management Type Maps & Photographs

The Marian Koshland Bioscience and Natural Resources Library received funding from the U.C. Berkeley Library to digitize the Wieslander Vegetation Type Analysis Collection of photographs and maps. Vegetation such as grass, shrubs, hardwoods, and conifers are photographed with floristic attributes and plant species information. Captions for each photograph are recorded along with the specific data regarding location and quad information.


 

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