School of Natural Resources Records
Series.0216

Summary Information

Repository
Clemson University Libraries Special Collections
Creator
Clemson University. School of Natural Resources.
Title
School of Natural Resources Records
ID
Series.0216
Date [inclusive]
1955-2000
Extent
7.84 cubic feet
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Description and date of item, School of Natural Resources Records, 1955-2000, Series 216, Special Collections, Clemson University Libraries, Clemson, SC.

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Administrative History

When Max Lennon became President of Clemson University in March 1986, the Board of Trustees gave him a mandate to move Clemson forward in greater research efforts and increased private funding to turn the university into a major research institution. In the early 1990s continuing reductions in state funding of Clemson and other universities and colleges in South Carolina lead to Lennon’s final course action of strategic planning: restructuring the organization of the university. On February 4, 1994, the Board of Trustees unanimously voted to support President Lennon’s establishment of a new strategic planning steering committee, comprising of four task forces with eighty members (two more task forces were added in May 1994). At a meeting on September 30, 1994, final task force reports were presented and fully endorsed by the Board of Trustees, and they charged Phi Prince, who had been named to serve as president following Max Lennon’s resignation on July 15, 1994, with reviewing the recommendations and creating his own proposals for restructuring. President Prince presented a more radical restructuring plan than those recommended by the strategic planning steering committee at a special meeting of the Board of Trustees on November 1, 1994 in Greenville, South Carolina. The Board of Trustees fully endorsed this plan which combined nine colleges into four and reduced the number of vice presidents from seven to four, effective July 1, 1995.

One of the new four colleges was the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources and Dr. Thomas E. Skelton served as its interim dean from November 1994 to 1996. In January 1995 Dr. Skelton and the three other deans of the new colleges presented their proposals for departmental restructuring to President Prince and Provost Charles Jennett. The new College of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources comprised of the School of Animal, Biomedical and Biological Sciences; School of Plant, Statistical and Ecological Sciences; School of Applied Science and Agribusiness; and the School of Natural and Recreation Resources. Later, after an extensive study of respective consolidations and input from faculty and staff, Dr. Skelton and two other deans requested name changes for their colleges at a meeting of the Board of Trustees on April 7, 1995. The board members unanimously approved of the name changes and the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources became known as the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences.

In August 1995 the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences announced the names of the school directors and department chairs. B. Allen Dunn was selected to serve as the Director of the School of Natural Resources and Recreation Resources (1995-2001). On October 9, 1995 the name of the School of Natural Resources and Recreation Resources was changed to the School of Natural Resources. At a meeting on January 30, 1998 the Board of Trustees unanimously approved a consolidation proposal from Dr. William B. Wehrenberg, who served as Dean of the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences from 1996 to 2001. The proposed consolidation would decrease administrative costs and enable resources saved to be redirected into the classroom and student services. In 1999, Constantine W. Curris resigned as president and Clemson University named its fourteenth president, James F. Barker, Dean of the College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities. President Barker had goals to make Clemson into a top-20 public university. The Board of Trustees unofficially endorsed Barker’s goals, pending further review and study. In 2000-2001 Barker initiated a series of “Summits on Priorities” to review and recommend changes for five areas of university operations and appointed committees to conduct a self-study to prepare for SACS reaccreditation in 2002. Also, during this time Dr. Wehrenberg left in 2001 and Dr. Calvin Schoulties became the Interim Dean of the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences, and the School of Natural Resources seized operations.

Sources: Clemson University 2002 SACS Self-Study; Series 336, President James F. Barker Presidential Records; Inside Clemson; Minutes of the Meeting of the Board of Trustees; Clemson University Telephone Directory; and Tradition: A History of the Presidency of Clemson University, 2nd edition.

Agencies Administered: Department of Aquaculture, Fisheries and Wildlife (1995-2001); Department of Forest Resources (1995-2001); Faculty of Soils (1995-1998); Archbold Tropical Research Center (1995-1996); Geographic Information Systems (1995-1999); Department of Environmental Toxicology ( ? -2001)

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Scope and Contents

This series contains the files of the School of Natural Resources which cover the period from 1955-2000, and are organized into two sub-series: Subject Files and File Management System. The Subject Files sub-series is arranged alphabetically by folder title and then chronologically within each folder. The second sub-series, File Management System, is divided into two different filing numeral management groups. Materials in this series include annual reports, clippings, correspondence, meeting minutes, memoranda, newsletters, organizational charts, publications, reports, and research proposals. Blueprints and photographs can also be found in this series.

Majority of the files in the first sub-series, Subject Files, pertain to the College of Forest and Recreation. Information regarding the Belle W. Baruch Foundation and the Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute are also kept in this sub-series. Moreover, numerous memoranda of understanding with various entities, such as foreign countries, the United States government and the Belle W. Baruch Foundation, can be found in here. In addition, materials relating to the Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, the governmental restructuring of the South Carolina Forestry Commission, the McIntire-Stennis research programs, Partners in Economic Progress and biotechnology are filed in this sub-series. Finally, there are files containing facts on the College of Forestry and Recreation Resources, the Department of Forestry, and the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management.

The second sub-series, File Management System, is divided into two groups because they do not correspond with each other and are arranged by different numbering systems. No instruction manuals exist for either set. In the first group, a five- or six-digit number was assigned to the material when received by staff members. A label was placed on the back of the material in the upper left corner. Information on the label included the receiving and posting dates, the names of the individuals who received it and from whom, the names of the persons to whom the materials were routed, and the subjects of the material. There are listings for the first group of folders but they do not correspond with all of the labels. In the second group, the same numbering system used for the first group continued to be used briefly but the organization switched over to a new numbering system. In the new numbering system, staff members assigned a 94 along with a three- or four-digit number to the received material. A label was placed on the back of the material in the upper left corner. Information on the label included the names of the persons who sent the material, received it, and got a copy of it, as well as the subjects of the material, and the receiving and posting dates. Materials in both groups include correspondence, memoranda, meeting minutes, newsletters, and reports. Information relating to the Agri-Biotech Initiative, the Nature Conservancy of South Carolina and the South Carolina Forestry Commission can be found in this sub-series. In addition, correspondence from George B. Hartzog, Jr. in regard to the Hartzog Lecture Series are filed here as well.

Prominent correspondents found in this series include Milton B. Wise, Vice President and Vice Provost for Agriculture and Natural Resources, and Benton H. Box, Dean of the College of Forest and Recreation Resources.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Clemson University Libraries Special Collections

Custodial History

The files originated in the School of Natural Resources.

Processing Information

Assistant University Archivist Laurie Varenhorst processed the series and prepared the finding aid for encoding in 2011-2012.

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Related Materials

Location of associated materials

Department of Forestry Records, 1931-1985, Series 41; College of Forest and Recreation Resources Records, 1940-1995, Series 49; Department of Parks, Creation and Tourism Management Records, 1964-1996, Series 59; and A. Max Lennon Presidential Records, 1939-1993, Series 61, Special Collections, Clemson University Libraries, Clemson, S.C. 29634.

Separated Materials

Files were not retained from the following accession numbers because they were historically irrelevant or duplicated in other series. However, some publications were transferred to other series because they originated in those offices.

Accession No. 97-1 Building Plans, Photographs, Reports, 1963-1977

Accession No. 97-151 Budget, PSA Reports, Permanent Improvements, 1970-1997

Accession No. 98-71 Files, 1980-1995

Accession No. 99-115 Projects, Budget Reports, Correspondence, 1992-1996 Samples of research proposals and research programs, as well as a few files relating to the McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Research programs, were retained.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute.
  • Belle W. Baruch Foundation.
  • Clemson University. College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences.
  • Clemson University. College of Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources.
  • Clemson University. College of Forest and Recreation Resources.
  • Clemson University. Dept. of Forestry.
  • Clemson University. Dept. of Parks, Recreation & Tourism Management.
  • Clemson University. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
  • Clemson University. School of Natural and Recreation Resources.
  • McIntire-Stennis Cooperative Forestry Program.
  • Nature Conservancy of South Carolina.
  • South Carolina. State Commission of Forestry.

Geographic Name(s)

  • Hobcaw Barony (S.C.)

Personal Name(s)

  • Box, Benton H., (Benton Holcomb), 1931-
  • Wise, Milton B., (Milton Bee), 1929-2005

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Collection Inventory

Sub-Series I. Subject Files 

Box Folder

Academic Council 1989, 1991 

1 1

Adair Land Proposal 1998 

1 2

Admissions and Registration 1988-1991 

1 3

Admissions and Registration 1992 

1 4

[Advising and Retention Proposal for Clemson University] 1987 

1 5

[Agri-Biotechnology Initiative with Monsanto] 1987-1988 

1 6

Agricultural Biotechnology Policy Advisory Committee: Dean Benton H. Box's Correspondence 1987-1988 

1 7

Agricultural Biotechnology Policy Advisory Committee: Dean Benton H. Box's Correspondence 1989-1990 

1 8

Agriculture and Natural Resources 1986-1990 

1 9

Agriculture and Natural Resources 1991-1992 

1 10

Agriculture and Natural Resources: Department Head Meetings 1988-1990 

2 1

Agriculture and Natural Resources: [Development Advisory Committee] 1988 

2 2

Agriculture and Natural Resources: General Faculty Meetings 1988-1990 

2 3

Alumax [of South Carolina, Inc.] 1986-1990 

2 4

Alumni Professorships 1980, 1983-1984 

2 5

Alumni Professorships 1985-1990 

2 6

Annual Reports 1986-1989 

2 7

Annual Reports 1990-1992 

2 8

Annual Reports 1993-1994 

2 9

Appalachian Society of American Foresters: [Ad Hoc Committee] 1991-1992 

3 1

[Aquaculture, Fisheries and Wildlife: Joint Administration by Colleges of Agricultural Sciences and Forest and Recreation Resources] 1987-1993 

3 2

[Bartuska, Dr. Ann. Southern Commercial Forest Research Cooperative (Acid Rain and Primary Intensive Research Site)] [c,1984]-1989 

3 3

Baruch Trustees Letters 1986-1989 

3 4

Baruch Trustees Meetings 1984-1989 

3 5

Battelle: [Final Reports on Improved Focus and Positioning in Biotechnology at Clemson University] 1990 

3 6

Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute 1975-1989 

3 7

Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute 1990-August 1994 

4 1

Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute September 1994-May 1995 

4 2

Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute June 1995-1996 

4 3

[Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute]: Annual Reports 1977, 1990-[c.1996] 

4 4

[Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute: Reports] 1984 

4 5

[Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute]: Staff 1980-1990 

4 6

[Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute]: Summary--Project Status 1980 

4 7

Belle W. Baruch Foundation 1964-1966 

5 1

Belle W. Baruch Foundation 1967-1968 

5 2

Belle W. Baruch Foundation January-May 1969 

5 3

Belle W. Baruch Foundation June 1969-1970 

5 4

Belle W. Baruch Foundation 1985-1987 

5 5

Belle W. Baruch Foundation 1988-1997 

5 6

Belle W. Baruch Foundation Agreement 1973-August 1974 

6 1

Belle W. Baruch Foundation Agreement December 1974-1975 

6 2

[Belle W. Baruch Foundation Agreement]: Budget 1970-1974 

6 3

[Belle W. Baruch Foundation Agreement]: Budget 

6 4

Biotechnology 1986-1987 

6 5

[Biotechnology: Correspondence For and From Benton H. Box] June 1986-May 1987 

6 6

[Biotechnology: Correspondence For and From Benton H. Box] June 1987-1992 

7 1

Biotechnology: Meetings 1986-1987 

7 2

Biotechnology: Other Correspondence 1986-May 1987 

7 3

Biotechnology: Other Correspondence June 1987-1990 

7 4

Biotechnology: Public Relations 1987-1988 

7 5

Biotechnology: Reports 1987 

7 6

The Beginning 1986-1988 

7 7

Breazeale Property 1990 

8 1

Causey Property 1975-1991 

8 2

Centennial Committee 1985-1989 

8 3

Clemson Cooperative Program Committee 1992 

8 4

[Clemson Experimental Forest Long-Range Plan] 1989 

8 5

Clemson Forest Attrition: Easement and Land Management 1960-1973 

8 6

[Clemson University Hazard Properties Communication Program] 1988 

8 7

[Clemson University Public Service Activities (PSA) Report] 1994 

8 8

College Advisory Committee 1990-1992 

8 9

College Advisory Committee 1993-1994 

8 10

College Curriculum Committee 1990-March 1991 

8 11

College Curriculum Committee April-September 1991 

8 12

College of Engineering 1989 

9 1

College of Forest and Recreation Resources: Advisory Committee 1988-1990 

9 2

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources: Board of Trustees Briefing] 1976 

9 3

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources: Board of Visitors Meeting] 1976 

9 4

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources: Budget Status Reports] 1995-1996 

9 5

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources Building: Correspondence] 1963-1971 

9 6

College of Forest and Recreation Resources: [Faculty Meeting Minutes] 1988-1995 

9 7

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources Five-Year Plan 1986-1991] 1987 

9 8

College of Forest and Recreation Resources: Goals and Objectives 1989-1990 

9 9

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources: McIntire-Stennis Program] 1983, 1996 

9 10

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources: Memoranda] 1977, 1987 

9 11

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources]: 1985-1986 Budget Presentation [c.1985] 

9 12

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources]: Quarterly Reports [c.1991] 

9 13

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) Self-Study] 1989-1991 

10 1

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources]: Strategic Plans 1991 

10 2

[College of Forest and Recreation Resources: Statement of Needs] 1975 

10 3

College Public Relations 1989 

10 4

Commissions and Committees 1987-1989 

10 5

Commission on Higher Education Report 1990 

10 6

Controlled Environment/Plant Science Facility Planning 1992 

10 7

Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Agreement 1988, 1990, 2000 

10 8

Council of Academic Deans 1988 

10 9

Curriculum and Program Information: Special Studies (Forestry) 1989 

10 10

Cutting Edge (Biotechnology) 1987-1990 

10 11

Dean's Advisory Committee 1988-1990 

10 12

Dedication of Forest and Recreation Resources Building 1975 

10 13

Department of Aquaculture, Fisheries and Wildlife 1991, [1995] 

10 14

[Department of Forest Resources: Memoranda] 1991-1992 

10 15

[Department of Forestry: Memoranda] 1989, 1991 

10 16

[Department of Forestry: State-Supported Research] 1990 

10 17

[Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management: Enrollment Figures 1979-1989] 1989 

10 18

Development [c.1991] 

11 1

Donald R. McAlister [Property] 1982-1988 

11 2

DuPont Initiative (Yemassee, South Carolina) 1995-1996 

11 3

Emerging Technology Center 1986 

11 4

[Energy and Resource Development Institute (ERDI): Proposal and Memorandum of Understanding] 1980-1981 

11 5

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 1987 

11 6

Estill Facility Aquaculture Program 1987-1998 

11 7

Facts on the College of Forest and Recreation Resources 1980, 1986-1994 

11 8

Facts on the Department of Forestry 1977, 1986-1997 

11 9

Facts on the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management 1987-1995 

11 10

Faculty Manual 1986-1987 

12 1

Fant's Grove Baptist Church: [University Land Request] 1981-1984 

12 2

Feral Pigs 1980-1985 

12 3

Forest Air Quality Research Program 1988-1991 

12 4

Forest Resources Systems Institute 1996-1999 

12 5

Fresh Water Input to North Inlet [Reports] 1980 

12 6

Georgia-Pacific Corporation 1976-1981 

12 7

Geographic Information Systems Research Facility (GIS) 1991 

12 8

Hammermill Paper Company 1980-1981, 1984 

12 9

Hare Property 1970-1981 

12 10

Hazardous Waste Degradation 1987-1988 

12 11

Hobcaw Laboratory 1979-1989 

12 13

[Hobcaw Barony Preliminary Land Use Plan] 1977 

12 12

Hobcaw Laboratory Planning/Building Committee 1987 

12 14

Hobcaw Laboratory Proposal Materials 1979-1987 

13 1

Hobcaw Timber Sales 1955-1980 

13 2

Hobcaw Road Beautification 1980 

13 3

Honors and Awards 1987-1994 

13 4

Jack Shadwick [Property] 1984-1988 

13 5

John R. Long [Property] 1986 

13 6

[Joint Interest of Clemson University and University of South Carolina in the Belle W. Baruch Property] 1980 

13 7

Kenaf [Proposal] 1990-1991 

13 8

Land Holdings 1970, 1972 

13 9

Legal Matters 1980-1982 

13 10

Lehotsky Dedication 1979-1980 

13 11

Lennon, Max 1988, 1990 

13 12

[Master] Building Plans for College of Forest and Recreation Resources [Building] 1970 

13 13

Matthews Property 1969, 1980-1984 

14 1

Matthews Property 1985-1989 

14 2

Matthews Property 1990-1992 

14 3

McIntire-Stennis [Projects]: Productivity [Reports] 1981-1987 

14 4

McIntire-Stennis Programs of Research 1979-1988 

14 5

McIntire-Stennis Programs of Research 1989-1991 

14 6

Medway Plantation 1992 

15 1

Memoranda of Understanding--Aquaculture, Fisheries and Wildlife Biology Department 1989-1991 

15 2

Memoranda of Understanding--Foreign Countries 1985-1994 

15 2

Memoranda of Understanding--Forestry 1970-1981 

15 4

Memoranda of Understanding--Forestry 1982-1986 

15 5

Memoranda of Understanding--Forestry 1987-1988 

15 6

Memoranda of Understanding--Other 1975-1989 

15 7

Memoranda of Understanding--Recreation and Park Administration Department 1971-1993 

16 1

Memoranda of Understanding--U.S. Government [c.1979]-1989 

16 2

Memoranda of Understanding--U.S. Government 1991-1997 

16 3

Memoranda of Understanding--Baruch Foundation 1964, 1975, 1998 

16 4

Memoranda of Understanding--Dean-Dempsey Lumber Company 1978 

16 5

Memoranda of Understanding--Kasetsart University, Thailand 1987-1990 

16 6

Memoranda of Understanding (School of Natural Resources)--American Forest and Paper Association 1999-2000 

16 7

Memoranda of Understanding (School of Natural Resources)--Clemson and South Carolina Military Department 2000 

16 8

Memoranda of Understanding (School of Natural Resources)--Logger Training and Education 2000 

16 9

Memoranda of Understanding (School of Natural Resources)--Myerscough College, Lancashire, United Kingdom 1997-1999 

16 10

Memoranda of Understanding (School of Natural Resources)--National Council of the Paper Industry for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc. 1999 

16 11

Memoranda of Understanding (School of Natural Resources)--South Carolina Commission of Forestry 1997-1998 

16 12

Memoranda of Understanding (School of Natural Resources)--South Carolina Department of Natural Resources 1993-2001 

17 1

Memoranda of Understanding (School of Natural Resources)--Trident Technical College 1999-2000 

17 2

Milhaven Plantation Inc.: [Mystery Forest] 1990 

17 3

Minutes of Meetings 1965, 1972 

17 4

Monsanto Company 1987-1988 

17 5

National Association of Professional Forestry Schools and Colleges (NAPFSC) 1987 

17 6

National Association of Professional Forestry Schools and Colleges (NAPFSC): Correspondence from Benton H. Box 1985-1986 

17 7

[National Park Service and Clemson University: Cooperative Agreement and Annual Report] 1985, 1988 

17 8

National Science Foundation 1989 

17 9

Nature Conservancy 1991-1993 

17 10

Organizational Charts 1987-February 1994 

18 1

Organizational Charts April 1994-1995 

18 2

Outcomes Assessment Committee 1987 

18 3

Partners in Economic Progress 1986 

18 4

Partners in Economic Progress 1986 

18 5

[Proposal to International Paper Company for Facilities at the Belle W. Baruch Forest Science Institute] 1978 

18 6

Provost Office 1991 

18 7

Regional Resources Development Institute (RRDI) (Formerly Energy and Resource Development Institute) 1980, 1984-1992 

18 8

Renewable Resources Extension Act (RREA) 1982-1986 

18 9

[Research Proposals] 1977-1985 

18 10

Robert Adger Bowen Professor of Forestry Chair 1965, 1982-1984 

19 2

Roland E. Schoenike Arboretum at Clemson Botanical Gardens 1986-1992 

19 3

[Second Century Program Proposed Activity] 1987 

19 4

Severin, Ella A. [c.1971] 

19 5

Society of American Foresters 1988, 1992 

19 6

South Carolina Commission on Higher Education 1988-1989 

19 7

South Carolina Department of Youth Services Marine Institute Program 1988 

19 8

South Carolina Forestry Commission: Governmental Restructuring 1991-February 9, 1993 

19 9

South Carolina Forestry Commission: Governmental Restructuring February 10-April 7, 1993 

19 10

South Carolina Forestry Commission: Meetings 1992-1993 

19 11

[Southern National Association of Professional Forestry Schools and Colleges Deans' Tour] 1985-1987 

20 1

State Government 1989, 1991 

20 2

State and Private Forestry Advisory Committee 1980 

20 3

Stephens-Hawley Exchange 1976-1981 

20 4

Teaching Load Formula for 12-Month Employees 1976-1977 

20 5

TIWET (The Institute of Wildlife and Environmental Toxicology) 1989-1990 

20 6

Trip to Japan 1987-1989 

20 7

Undergraduate Council/Undergraduate Curriculum Committee 1991 

20 8

University of South Carolina (Dean [James R.] Durig, [College of Science and Mathematics]) 1980-1986 

20 9

University of Wisconsin-Madison 1982-1985 

20 10

U.S. Forest Service Equipment Laboratory 1971-1973 

20 11

U.S. Forest Service (Georgia) 1990 

21 1

University Research Office 1989-1990 

21 2

[Vice President and Vice Provost for Agriculture and Natural Resources Position] 1985-1986 

21 3

Westvaco 1988-1989 

21 4

[William Rand Kenan, Jr. Professorship Proposal] 1985-1986 

21 5

Youth Development Committee: Natural Resources Youth Program 1991-1992 

21 6

Publications: Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources 1987-1993 

21 7

Publications: Natural Resources Engineering, Charles Carter Newman Endowed Chair of 1973 

21 8

Publications: RRDI [Regional Resources Development Institute] News 1990 

21 9

Publications: School of Natural Resources Directory 2000 

21 10

Photographs: Clemson Field Testing of Monsanto Co. Genetically Engineered Microorganism 1988 

22 1

Photographs: Dedication Ceremony of the Forest and Recreation Resources Building (Accession no. 97-1) 1975 

22 2

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Sub-Series II. File Management System 

Box Folder

Group 1, Listings 1992 

22 3

Group 1, 00001-00092 1992 

22 4

Group 1, 00106-00195 1991-1992 

22 5

Group 1, 00197-00315 1992 

22 6

Group 1, 00326-00458 1992 

22 7

Group 1, 00461-00546 1992 

23 1

Group 1, 00551-00650 1992-1993 

23 2

Group 1, 00652-00700 1992-1993 

23 3

Group 1, 00705-00747 1992-1993 

23 4

Group 1, 00751-00898 1993 

23 5

Group 1, 00905-00983 1993 

24 1

Group 1, 00984-01067 1993 

24 2

Group 1, 01072-01039 1993 

24 3

Group 1, 01040-01228 1993 

24 4

Group 1, 01232-01310 1993 

24 5

Group 1, 01311-01347 1993 

25 1

Group 2, 2-100 1993 

25 2

Group 2, 102-149 1993 

25 3

Group 2, 155-195 1993 

25 4

Group 2, 201-232 1993 

25 5

Group 2, 94-248--94-276 1993 

25 6

Group 2, 94-311--94-397 1993 

26 1

Group 2, 94-406--94-498 1993 

26 2

Group 2, 94-501--94-549 1993 

26 3

Group 2, 94-554--94-600 1993-1994 

26 4

Group 2, 94-608--94-649 1993-1994 

26 5

Group 2, 94-667--94-692 1993-1994 

26 6

Group 2, 94-701--94-750 1993-1994 

27 1

Group 2, 94-753--94-771 1994 

27 2

Group 2, 94-776--94-793 1994 

27 3

Group 2, 94-810--94-946 1994 

27 4

Group 2, 94-969--94-1150 1994 

27 5

Group 2, 94-1151--94-1236 1994 

27 6

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Oversize 

Oversize_folder

One 24” x 36” blueprint of Hobcaw Laboratory, Baruch Forest Science Institute, Clemson University 25 February 1988 

1

Two 24” x 36” blueprints of Lehotsky Hall Renovation 1 October 1987 and 18 February 1988 

1

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