The Fritz-Metcalf Photograph Collection contains about 9000 photographs relating primarily to forestry, conservation, and the lumber industry in California, the West and the United States. Subjects cover logging operations, 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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