Guide to the Atlee L. Hafenrichter Papers 1918-1970
Cage 807

Summary Information

Repository
Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries
Creator
Hafenrichter, A. L. (Atlee Lawrence), 1897-
Title
Atlee L. Hafenrichter Papers
ID
Cage 807
Date [inclusive]
1918-1970
Extent
79.0 boxes
General Physical Description note
32 linear feet of shelf space
Language
English
Abstract
Papers and photographs related to Atlee L. Hafenrichter's career as a botanist for the United States Department of Agriculture's Soil Conservation Service. Includes correspondence, field diaries, manuscripts and publications by Hafenrichter, Soil Conservation Service contracts, project files, technical reports, travel vouchers, and photographs.

Preferred Citation note

[Item Description] Atlee L. Hafenrichter Papers, 1918-1970

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA.

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Biographical/Historical note

Atlee L. Hafenrichter was born in Plainfield, Illinois in 1897. After completing his undergraduate degree at Northwestern College (now Northwestern University), he went on to earn a doctorate in botany from the University of Illinois in 1926. Early in his career, he worked as professor of botany at Baker University in Baldwin, Kansas. In 1929, Hafenrichter came to the State College of Washington (now Washington State University). He served as an assistant professor of farm crops and provided instruction in forage crops at the Agricultural Experiment Stations. While there, Hafenrichter worked to develop and improve forage crop testing.

Hafenrichter first joined the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) in 1933. In May of that year, he was appointed to the USDA's Bureau of Chemistry and Soils. In 1934, the college granted Hafenrichter leave and he accepted an appointment as the Chief of Northwest Agronomy and Nursery Division for the Soil Conservation Service (SCS). He maintained his headquarters at the college, and conducted testing and demonstrations of forage crops and other plants used in controlling soil erosion. In July 1935, he resigned his position at the college, but continued to work full-time for the SCS in collaboration with Washington Agricultural Experiment Stations as well as stations in Idaho and Oregon. In 1942, his office as Chief of Regional Nurseries was moved to the Portland SCS headquarters for Region 7.

In 1947, Hafenrichter received national recognition for his work. Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson presented him with the meritorious service award, recognizing his work as head of the six far western soil conservation nurseries. Under his leadership, these nurseries tested the erosion control and grazing value of more than 9000 grasses and legumes, and erosion control and wildlife values of 4000 woody strains. With Hafenrichter's guidance, the Pacific coast nurseries developed several significant new strains of grasses and legumes used by farmers in the region, including: bromar mountain brome, manchar smooth brome, primar slender wheat, and Sherman big blue grass. Hafenrichter also developed new methods for the reseeding of perennial grasses and legumes for the restoration of vegative crop cover on abandoned agricultural lands.

Hafenrichter continued as chief of the USDA-SCS northwest agronomy and nursery division until 1954, when he accepted the position of Plant Material Specialist for seven Western States, Alaska, and Hawaii for the USDA-SCS. He maintained this position until he retired from active duty in the SCS in 1967. Hafenrichter died in 1973.

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Scope and Contents note

The collection includes papers and photographs related to Atlee L. Hafenrichter's career as a botanist for the United States Department of Agriculture's Soil Conservation Service. It consists of correspondence, field diaries, manuscripts and publications by Hafenrichter, Soil Conservation Service contracts, project files, technical reports, travel vouchers, and photographs.

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Arrangement note

The collection is arranged in six series:

Series 1: Correspondence (Office files; incoming and outgoing correspondence), 1925-1973. Most of the material in this series is arranged in a single chronological sequence.

Series 2: Field diaries and date books, 1934-1962. These materials are arranged chronologically.

Series 3: Speeches, 1936-1966. This series is arranged chronologically.

Series 4: Manuscripts and publications, 1936-1972. This series is arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Series 5: Conferences, 1952-1960

Series 6: Soil Conservation Service, 1926-1973. This series is divided into three subseries: Subseries 6.1: Office files by subject, 1926-1973 (arranged alphabetically); Subseries 6.2: project files, 1936-1965; Subseries 6.3: Reports, 1936-1967 (arranged chronologically).

Series 7: Miscellaneous files, 1918-1928

Series 8: Photographs, 1929-1970. This series is divided into four subseries: Subseries 8.1: Photograph albums, 1931-1942; Subseries 8.2: Photographs by subject, 1929-1967 (arranged alphabetically); Subseries 8.3: Slides, 1939-1966 (arranged alphabetically by subject); Subseries 8.4: Oversize photographs and albums, 1948-1970 and undated

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries © 2014

http://www.libraries.wsu.edu/masc
Terrell Library
P.O. Box 645610
Pullman, WA, 99164-5610
509-335-6691
mascref@wsu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

This collection is open and available for research use.

Conditions Governing Use note

Copyright restrictions apply.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The American Heritage Center at the University of Wyoming transferred this collection to the Washington State University Libraries in 2008 (MS.2008.33). Mrs. Atlee L. (Irene) Hafenrichter donated the collection to the University of Wyoming in 1974.

Processing Information note

This collection was processed by Lee Ann Powell in 2014.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

United States Soil Conservation Service Plant Materials Center, Pullman Records, 1934-1964 (Cage 290)

Washington State University and United States Department of Agriculture Palouse Conservation Field Station and Agricultural Research Service Records, 1931-1977 (Archives 258)

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • United States. Soil Conservation Service.

Personal Name(s)

  • Hafenrichter, A. L. (Atlee Lawrence), b. 1897 -- Archives--Archives

Subject(s)

  • Agriculture
  • Botanists -- Archives
  • Grasses
  • Legumes
  • Soil conservation
  • Soil-binding plants

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Collection Inventory

Series 1: Correspondence (office files; incoming and outgoing) 1925-1973 

Box Folder

1925-1929 

1 1

1931-1939 

1 2

1940-1949 

1 3

1950-1952 

1 4

1953 

1 5-7

1954-1955 

1 8

1956 

1 9-11

1957 

1 12

1959 

2 13

1960 

2 14-16

1961 

2 17

1962-1964 

2 18

1967 

2 19

1968 

2 20

1969 

2 21

1970-1973 

2 22

Harris, Harold L. 1972 

2 23

Slinkard, Alfred F. 1969-1971 

2 24

Soil Conservation Service contracts 1968-1970 

2 25-26

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Series 2: Field diaries and date books 1934-1962 

Box Folder

Field Diaries and Date Books 1934-1962, undated 

3 27

Travel expense diaries 1940, 1946-1947 

4 28

Travel expense diaries 1948-1949, undated 

4 29

Memorandum pads 1963, 1964, undated 

4 30

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Series 3: Speeches 1936-1966 

Box Folder

1936-1939 

4 31

1940-1949 

4 32

1950-1959 

4 33

1960-1966 

4 34

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Series 4: Manuscripts and Publications 1936-1972 

Box Folder

A Range Improvement Program for Mediterranean Climates undated 

4 35

Bibliographies 1962, 1963, undated 

4 36

Chapter 47 Forages--Idaho 1967-1971, undated 

4 37

Chapter 47 Forages--manuscripts 1972 

4 38

Chapter 47 Forages--Oregon 1970, 1971 

5 39

Chapter 47 Forages--revisions correspondence 1971 

5 40

Chapter 47 Forages--rough draft undated 

5 41

Chapter 47 Forages--tables and references undated 

5 42

Cultural Methods and Their Relation to Establishment of Native and Exotic Grasses in Range Seedings 1959-1960 

5 43

Ecological Aspects of Soil Erosion in the Pacific Northwest as Determined by the Reconnaissance Erosion Survey 1936 

5 44

Establishment and Production of Grasses Under Semiarid Conditions--forage yield of grasses 1969-1970 

5 45

Establishment and Production of Grasses Under Semiarid Conditions--manuscripts 1970 

5 46-48

Establishment and Production of Grasses Under Semiarid Conditions--manuscript revisions 1970-1971 

5 49

Establishment and Production of Grasses Under Semiarid Conditions--tables and titles undated 

5 50

Establishment and Production of Grasses Under Semiarid Conditions--seedbeds: yield and basal density 1969-1970 

6 51

Establishment and Production of Grasses Under Semiarid Conditions--species and varieties 1969 

6 52

Establishment and Production of Grasses Under Semiarid Conditions--understories: yields and basal density 1970 

6 53

Factors Influencing the Production and Use of Beachgrass and Dunegrass for Erosion Control 1948 

6 54

Grasses and Cultural Methods for Reseeding Lands in Southern Idaho 1946 

6 55

Handbook 339--Grasses and Legumes for Soil Conservation in the Pacific Northwest 1968 

6 56

New Grasses and Legumes for Soil and Water Conservation 1958 

6 57

The Range Plants of the Future 1960-1961 

6 58

Tying Down Sand Dunes 1966 

6 59

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Series 5: Conferences 1952-1960 

Box Folder

Eighth International Grassland Congress 1960 

6 60-61

Hawaii Association of Soil Conservation Districts 1960 

6 62

New Zealand Grassland Association 1956 

6 63

Seventh International Grassland Congress 1956 

6-7 64-65

Sixth International Grassland Congress 1952 

7 66

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Series 6: Soil Conservation Service 1926-1973 

Subseries 6.1: Office files by subject 

Box Folder

Aberdeen Nursery Unit--accomplishment computations 1946-1955 

7 67

Alaska--maps 1948-1956, undated 

7 68

Australia--maps 1943, 1947, 1954-1956 

7 69

American Men of Science undated 

7 70

American Society of Range Management 1961, 1968 

7 71

Bibliography of wild food plants 1959 

7 72

Brown, Robert L. 1939-1958, undated 

7 73-74

Bulletin on Lutana Cicer Milkvetch 1973 

7 75

California program inspection 1956 

7 76

Chapin, Bill undated 

7 77

Circular 660--Controlling Coastal Sand Dunes in the Pacific Northwest 1940-1943 

7-8 78-80

Clippings 1926-1928, 1947-1966 

8 81-83

Columbia Plateau Channeled Scablands map 1928 

8 84

Conservation District News 1950, 1953 

8 85

Conservation Field Days 1947 

8 86

Conservation libraries 1966 

8 87

Corps of Engineers 1955 

8 88

Data--miscellaneous 1955 

8 89

Grass planting at Mott Island bid 1954 

8 90

Jobs for war workers after the war 1941 

8 91

List of major grass and legume species tested undated 

8 92

National Association of Federal-State Employees 1968 

8 93

National Association of Retired Civil Employees 1968 

8 94

National Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts 1968 

8 95

New Mexico State Highway Commission 1965 

8 96

New Zealand 1957 

8 97

Northwest range-plant symbols 1960 

8 98

Oregon Motorist 1968 

9 99

Organization of Professional Employees of the USDA 1968-1971, undated 

9 100

Oregon and Washington Sand Dunes 1939-1963, undated 

9 101

Pacific Coast dune conservation 1948 

9 102

Palm Springs 1966 

9 103

Plant Materials personnel directory 1968 

9 104

Plant Materials workshop 1961 

9 105-106

Plant Societies of Earth 1928 

9 107

Policy statements and procedures 1957-1969 

9 108

Pullman Nursery buildings 1936-1949 

9 109

Pullman Nursery Center history 1952-1954 

9 110

Pullman Nursery Center program and work plan 1956 

9 111

Reference list of agronomic subjects 1964 

9 112

Reprints 1961-1969 

9 113

Root development of grasses in the western states 1966 

9 114

Sand dunes 1908-1966, undated 

9 115

Schwendiman, John L.--itinerary 1972 

10 116

Sealander, Irvin L. 1973 

10 117

Seeding and reseeding 1950-1972, undated 

10 118

Service awards 1925, 1963 

10 119

Soil 1923-1969 

10 120

Soil Conservation Service history 1957 

10 121

Soil Conservation Society 1968 

10 122

Soil erosion survey 1935 

10 123

Staff directories 1970, 1973 

10 124

Statistics 1945-1964 

10 125

Study of sand dune stabilization 1953 

10 126

Television program 1961, 1967 

10 127

Travel authorization and voucher forms 1960-1967 

10 128

Trees 1941-1953 

10 129

USDA honor award ceremony programs 1947-1970 

10 130-131

Use if Grasses for the Permanent Fixation of Sand Dunes undated 

11 132

War at Home--Against the Internal Enemy Undermining Our Nation Security--Soil Erosion 1941 

11 133

West Regional Technical Service Center 1970-1972 

11 134

Western Livestock Journal--1961 Yearbook 1961 

11 135

Westland Pasture Journal 1953-1954 

11 136

Workshop notes 1963-1966 

11 137

Subseries 6.2: Project files 1936-1965 

Box Folder

Annual progress report project RN-200 and RN-233 1945 

11 138

Conservation recommendations Oregon 1947-1951 

11 139

Notebook (miscellaneous) 1943-1956 

11 140

Project book, projects ON-1 to ON-4 and RN-1 to RN-10 1937 

11 141

Project book, projects RN-8 to Rn-11 and ON-I to ON-IV 1937 

11 142

Project lists 1938, undated 

11 143

Project ON-1 Astoria Nursery Unit 1936-1939 

11 144-145

Project ON-1 Astoria Nursery Unit 1937-1941 

12 146

Project ON-3 Astoria Nursery Unit 1939-1941 

12 147

Project ON-III Astoria Nursery Unit 1936-1940 

12 148

Project ON-IV Astoria Nursery Unit 1936-1937 

12 149

Project RN-1 Pullman Nursery Unit 1936-1945 

12 150

Project RN-2 Pullman Nursery Unit 1937-1950 

12 151

Project RN-3 Pullman Nursery Unit 1938-1950 

12 152

Project RN-3-B Bellingham Nursery Unit 1946-1948 

12 153

Project RN-4 Regional Observation Project 1937-1940 

12 154

Project RN-5 Pullman Nursery Unit 1938-1950 

12 155

Project RN-8 Pullman Nursery Unit 1938-1950 

12 156-157

Project RN-8 Bellingham Nursery Unit 1946-1948 

12 158

Project RN-8-A Warrenton Astoria Nursery Unit 1937-1941 

12-13 159-160

Project RN-8 and RN-8-B Bellingham Nursery Unit 1937-1941 

13 161-162

Project RN-8-P Pullman Nursery Unit 1937-1941 

13 163

Project Ida-N-1 Aberdeen Nursery Unit 1938-1944 

13 164

Project BN-3 Bellingham Nursery Unit 1945-1948 

13 165

Project BN-10 Bellingham Nursery Unit 1944 

13 166

Project SP-12 Seed Longevity 1944-1965 

13 167

Test data Aberdeen Nursery Unit 1953-1954 

13 168

Subseries 6.3: Reports 1936-1967 

Box Folder

Annual Report Soil Conservation Nurseries Region II 1936 

13 169

Annual Report Outlying Nurseries 1937 

13 170

Progress Report Astoria Nursery 1938 

14 171-172

Progress Report Outlying Nurseries 1938 

14 173

Inspection Report Coos County 1939 

14 174

Progress Report Astoria Nursery 1939 

14 175

Progress Report Seed and Plant Collection Unit 1940 

14 176

Division of Nurseries Annual Report 1942 

14 177

Division of Nurseries Annual Report 1943 

15 178

Division of Nurseries Annual Report 1944 

179

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1944 

15 180

Annual Technical Report Bellingham Nursery 1944 

15 181

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1944 

15 182

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1944 

15 183

Annual Technical Report Seed and Plant Collection Unit 1944 

15 184

Annual Administrative Report 1945 

15 185

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1945 

16 186

Annual Technical Report Bellingham Nursery 1945 

16 187

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1945 

16 188

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1945 

16 189

Annual Technical Report Seed and Plant Collection Unit 1945 

16 190

Annual Administrative Report 1946 

16 191-192

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1946 

17 193

Annual Technical Report Bellingham Nursery 1946 

17 194

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1946 

17 195

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1946 

17 196

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1947 

17 197

Annual Technical Report Bellingham Nursery 1947 

17 198

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1947 

17 199

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1947 

17 200

Annual Technical Report Southern California Nursery 1947 

17-18 201-202

Annual Technical Report Bellingham Nursery 1948 

18 203

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1948 

18 204

Annual Technical Report Southern California Nursery 1948 

18 205

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1949 

18 206

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1949 

18 207

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1949 

18 208

Annual Technical Report Southern California Nursery 1949 

18-19 209-210

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1950 

19 211

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1950 

19 212

Annual Technical Report Southern California Nursery 1950 

19 213-214

Annual Technical Report Bellingham Nursery 1951 

19 215

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1951 

19 216

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1952 

19 217

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1952 

20 218

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1952 

20 219

Annual Technical Report Southern California Nursery 1952 

20 220

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1953 

20 221

Annual Technical Report Bellingham Nursery 1953 

20 222

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1953 

20 223

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1953 

20 224

Annual Technical Report Southern California Nursery 1953 

21 225

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1954 

21 226

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1954 

21 227

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1954 

21 228

Annual Technical Report University of Arizona Nursery 1954 

21 229

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Nursery 1955 

21 230

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Nursery 1955 

21 231

Annual Technical Report Pullman Nursery 1955 

21 232

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Center 1956 

21 233

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Center 1956 

22 234

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Center 1959 

22 235

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Center 1960 

22 236

Annual Technical Report Corvallis Center 1960 

22 237

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Center 1960 

22 238

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Center 1961 

22 239

Annual Technical Report Corvallis Center 1961 

23 240

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Center 1961 

23 241

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Center 1962 

23 242

Annual Technical Report Corvallis Center 1962 

23 243

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Center 1962 

23 244

Annual Technical Report Tucson Center 1962 

23 245

Annual Technical Report Wailuku Center 1962 

23 246

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Center 1964 

24 247

Annual Technical Report Corvallis Center 1964 

24 248

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Center 1964 

24 249

Annual Technical Report Pullman Center 1964 

24 250

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Center 1965 

24-25 251-252

Annual Technical Report Bridger Center 1965 

25 253

Annual Technical Report Corvallis Center 1965 

25 254

Annual Technical Report Los Lunas Center 1965 

25 255

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Center 1965 

25 256

Annual Technical Report Pullman Center 1965 

25 257

Annual Technical Report Wailuku Center 1965 

25 258

Plant Materials in the SCS Annual Report 1965 

25 259

Annual Technical Report Aberdeen Center 1965 

25-26 260-261

Annual Technical Report Bridger Center 1966 

26 262

Annual Technical Report Corvallis Center 1966 

26 263-264

Annual Technical Report Los Lunas Center 1966 

26 265

Annual Technical Report Wailuku Center 1966 

26 266

Annual Technical Report Corvallis Center 1967 

26 267

Annual Technical Report Los Lunas Center 1967 

27 268

Highway Beautification Report Los Lunas Center 1967 

27 269

Annual Technical Report Pleasanton Center 1967 

27 270

Annual Technical Report Pullman Center 1967 

27 271

Annual Agronomy Conference Proceedings 1940 

27 272

Technical Conference Proceedings 1946-1959 

27 273-274

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Series 7: Miscellaneous files 1918-1928 

Box Folder

Agronomy notebook 1924 

28 275

Baldwin, Kansas 1927, 1928 

28 276

Botanical Gazette 1928 

28 277

Dissertation 1926 

28 278

Economic Atlas 1918 

28 279

Goethe's Faust essay 1922 

28 280

Menu--Columbia Restaurant undated 

28 281

Oregon golf courses undated 

28 282

Plant physiology notebook 1920-1921 

28 283

Photography composition guide 1939 

28 284

Taxonomy 1923, undated 

28 285

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Series 8: Photographs 1929-1970 

Subseries 8.1: Photograph albums 1934-1942 

Box Folder

Alaska undated 

28 286

Astoria Nursery Unit 1936-1942 

28 287-288

Bellingham Nursery Unit undated 

29 289

Clatsop County 1936-1940 

29 290

Grasses for erosion control 1933-1935 

29 291

Marine sand dune control methods 1935-1942 

29 292-294

Pullman Nursery 1936-1940 

30 295

SCS Project 6 1934-1935 

30 296

Seed and Plant Collection Unit 1934-1938 

30 297

Soil erosion and soil drift 1931-1935 

30 298

Sweet clover varieties 1933 

30 299

Wind erosion in the Pacific Northwest 1933 

30 300

Wind erosion vegative control 1931-1933 

30 301

Subseries 8.2: Photographs by subject 1929-1967 

Box Folder

Aberdeen Center staff 1964 

31 302

Alfalfa 1929-1932 

31 303

American Beach Grass 1940 

31 304

American Dune Grass undated 

31 305

Astoria Nursery Unit undated 

31 306

Beach planting undated 

31 307

Bellingham Nursery 1939-1947, undated 

31 308

Bellingham Nursery--Lee Peters 40 year service pin 1940 

31 309

Brush, weeds: Guayula, Herbicide control 1931, portraits, Russian Thistle, Salsola, California-Bitterbrush 1929-1961, undated 

31 310

Cereals: Habit of growth and leafiness in wheat and oat varieties, peas for hay, Washington State College Farm crops and wheat 1932-1933, undated 

31 311

Cheat fires undated 

31 312

Col. R. trial peats--Reinbold 1958 

31 313

Cropping--Washington State 1933-1944 

31 314

Corn: Seed germination and genetic studies 1930-1931 

31 315

Dayton--Outlying Nursery 1936, undated 

31 316

Dry land grasses--Quincy grass flowers 1933 

31 317

Douglas: aerials, portrait 1932, undated 

31 318

Drying Cascara Bark 1944 

31 319

Dunes and their control--California and Idaho 1936-1937 

31 320

Dunes and their control--Oregon 1934-1948, undated 

31-32 321-324

Dunes and their control--Washington 1934-1939 

32 325

Erosion: Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and unidentified 1931-1936, undated 

326

European Beach Grass 1940 

32 327

Farm machinery: Celery planter, combine-Allis Chalmers, combine-Caterpillar one man outfit, drill with double disc coupler openers and depth rims on openers, forage scale wagon, grain grading equipment, hay making machinery, packer seeder, pea combine, pitting disk, transplanter--Holland Beachgrass 1929-1962, undated 

32 328

Fischer, Ida--portrait, first to grow Fischer brome in Iowa 1943 

32 329

Flood control: Flood waters through dike on river side north on Sauvies Island in 1948, South Palouse watershed, Swan Island flood, water development for irrigation in Idaho 1933-1965, undated 

32 330

Forage crops--Crested Wheatgrass 1931 

32 331

Germination boxes undated 

32 332

Goldendale--Outlying Nursery 1937-1940 

32 333

Grasses: Elymus giganteus; Agropyron inerme, Bromus managinatus, Manchar smooth brome, Canada Bluegrass, Andropogan scoparium, European Beach Grass, created Wheatgrass, Orchard Grass, Hard Fescue, Sheep Fescue, Big Bluegrass, Drummond Timothy, unidentified 1937, undated 

32 334

Grass seeds: Elymus canadensis, Andropogon scoparius, Bouteloua ourtipendula, Vaccinium ovatum, Buffalo grass 1940 

32 335

Grasses--Transparencies 1 of 5: Agropyron inerme, Volga wild-rye, Andropogon trichophorum, Phalaris coerulescens, Streambank Wheatgrass, Canada Bluegrass, Alsike Clover, Poa ampla, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Bromar Mountain Brome 1952-1953 

32 336

Grasses--Transparencies 2 of 5: Siberian Wheatgrass, Asiatic Timothy, 1952-1953 

32 337

Grasses--Transparencies 3 of 5: Bromus tomentellus, Canby Bluegrass, Agropyron cristatum, Drummond Timothy, Dwarf Intermediate Wheatgrass, and Hard Fescue 1952-1953 

33 338

Grasses--Transparencies 4 of 5: Dactylis gomerata, Phalaris tuberosa stenoptera, Festuca elatior var. arundinacea, Intermediate Wheatgrass, and Bromus inermis 1952-1953 

33 339

Grasses--Transparencies 5 of 5: P-2453 (Latar Orchardgrass), Sheep Fescue, and Phalaris coerulescens 1952-1953 

33 340

Growth of grasses and roots, unidentified undated 

33 341

Hafenrichter, Atlee L. 1948, 1967, undated 

33 342

Harvesting bunchgrass near Spokane 1934 

33 343

Hay palatability samples 1941-1943 

33 344

Hawaii, includes legend of photographs 1949-1952, undated 

33 345

Hops, varieties and harvest scenes 1932 

33 346

Isle of Man, joke photograph 1945 

33 347

John Jacob Astor Forest Nursery 1936 

33 348

Laboratory class at State College 1927 

33 349

Meritorious service award, Hafenrichter 1947 

33 350

Montesano area 1939 

33 351

Mule team undated 

33 352

Navajo review 1935-1936 

33 353

New Zealand: Erosion, pastures, mountain ranges, and Ben Ohua Range 1957 

33 354

Nurseries--Oregon DSI with HLH 1965 

33 355

Nurseries--Oregon Robert S. MacLauchlan, photographs taken by Hafenrichter undated 

33 356

Nurseries--Oregon, W. Oregon FSP and DSI, Good with RSM 1970 

33 357

Orchards 1964 

33 358

Pasture and ranges: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Texas, Utah, South Dakota 1929-1971, undated 

34 359

Plant Materials Conference--Milwaukee Wisconsin 1963 

34 360

Plant Materials Workshops 1952, 1958 

34 361

Pleasanton Nursery 1941, 1952 

34 362

Pleasanton Plant Materials Center undated 

34 363-364

Postcards: Wallowa Lake, OR; Quantas Airlines; Fiji; Australia; and New Zealand undated 

34 365

Poultry husbandry--line test photographs undated 

34 366

Pullman Nursery: Aerial views, buildings, and fields 1933-1940, undated 

34 367

Regional Nurserymen's meeting 1938 

34 368

Region 9--Oregon: Fields, grasses, and plants 1939-1941 

34 369

Rock Hill Nursery--group photograph from Hafenrichter visit undated 

34 370

Rye 1931, undated 

34 371

SCS specialists and administrators--group photograph 1955 

34 372

Seeds and Legumes: A. amurense, A. cicer, Agropyron cristalum, Agropyron dasytachyum, Agropyron elogatum, Agropyron eristatum, Agropyron inierme, A. falcatus, A. intermedium, A. practensis, A. riparium, A. smithii, A. spicatum, A. subsecundum, A. trachyeaulum, A. trichophorum, A. arundinucea, Alopecunus pratensis, Arrhenatherun elatius, Bromus inermis, Bromus maginatus, Dactylis gomerata, Elymus canadensis, Elymus giganteus, Elymus glaucus, Elymus junceus, E. triticoides, Festula arundinacea, Festula elator, Festula idahoensis, F. ovina, F. rubra (Claifornia, olds, creeping), H. bulbosum, H. corniculatus, H. perenne, Koeleria cristata, L. multiflorum, Lotus Major corniculatus, O. hymenoids, P. pretense, Phalaris arundenaeea, Poa ampla, Poa bulbosa, Poa canbyi, Poa secunda, Sanquisorba minor, T. subternaneum undated 

34 373

Soil Erosion Control Nursery--aerial view undated 

34 374

State Nurseries--grasses, corn fields, legumes, etc.: Alabama, Thorsby; Arizona, Tucson; Georgia, Americas; Iowa, Ames; Kansas, Elkheart and Manhattan; Louisiana; Nebraska; North Carolina, Chapel Hill; New Mexico, Albuquerque; Oklahoma, Pryor; South Dakota, Kimball; Texas, DeLeon and San Antonio 1937-1946 

34 375

Stoesz, A. D.--Head Plant Materials technician 1963-1964 

34 376

Unidentified and miscellaneous--grasses, nurseries, people 1954-1955, undated 

34-35 377

Unidentified photographs, numbers 1-43--ocean shore undated 

35 379

Warrenton, Oregon 1941-1944, undated 

35 380

Waterfowl food plant test--California undated 

35 381

Wheatgrass undated 

35 382

WMPT Conference--group photograph 1963 

35 383

Woody--positions for slides, unmounted undated 

35 384

Yearbook article--1948 The Use of Grasses for the Permanent Fixation of Sand Dunes undated 

35 385

Yerks Observatory University of Chicago undated 

35 386

Pullman Nursery number 6-1460 1935 

36 387

Ruff, WA; Bellingham Nursery; and Adams Branch Experiment Station numbers 1, 5, 6, 7 1938 

36 388

Warrenton, WA and unidentified, numbers R0-11-5 to RO-11-12 and RO-12-1 to RO-12-12 1943, undated 

36 389

Unidentified, numbers RO-46-1, RO-46-2, RO-46-4 undated 

36 390

Pullman and Whitman County, WA numbers WN-10, WN-33 to WN-46, WN-59, WN-64 to WN-78, WN-116 to WN-149, WN-167 to WN-185, WN-198 1935-1940 

36 391

Pullman and Whitman County, WA numbers P-16, P-65, P-82 to P-87, P-124, P-126, P-131, P-132, P-179 1940-1941 

36 392

Washington and Oregon locations numbers P-2024 to P-2944 1950-1967 

36-37 393

Lind, WA numbers WN-2327-1, WN-237-2 1960 

37 394

Astoria Region, numbers WN-35127, WN-35128 1938 

37 395

Subseries 8.3: Slides 1939-1966 

Box Folder

Brush 1940-1958, undated 

38 396

Charts--land use capabilities and erosion undated 

38-39 397

Clover seed harvest 1954 

39 398

Conferences: group slides of workshops, field days, Isaac Walton Youth Day 1955 1946-1956 

39 399

Conferences: PNW Section ASRM Summer tour, Tibbets Ranch 1954 

39 400

Conferences: Union and Wallowa Company OASCA-State Meet 1960 

39 401

Dunes: Oregon--McNary Dam, DeLaura Beach, unmarked 1944-1954, undated 

39-40 402

Dunes: Volga on black dunes reseeding of Poim in Big Bend 1951 

40 403

Equipment and Machinery: harvesting, seeding, spraying, vacuum seed harvester 1941-1953 

40-41 404

Equipment and Machinery: San Francisco, CA harvesting machines 1943-1951, undated 

41 405

Erosion: water influence 1940-1959, undated 

41-42 406

Europe and Puerto Rico 1958-1960 

42 407

Fertilizer trial in SF Nursery, unidentified 1947-1951, undated 

42 408

Fires: brush 1948-1950 

42 409

Fires: forest 1939-1961, undated 

42-43 410

Fires: Topanga Canyon burn 1948, 1951 

43 411

Flowers: Yucca antelope, desert flowers, roses, portraits, etc., Portland Rose Festival parade 1940, 1952, undated 

44 412

Fruits: cherry, strawberry, orange, pear, etc. 1940-1956 

44 413

Grasses at nurseries 1940-1957, undated 

44-45 414

Grasses: grass strains culture 1942-1964 

45-47 415

Harvesting: alfalfa, flax, and hay 1944-1949, undated 

47 416

Harvesting: grass and hay in Antelope Valley SF 1943-1951, undated 

47-48 417

Hawaii 1959, etc. 1959 

48 418

Nursery and field tests 1939-1955 

48-50 419

Nurseries: Alabama, Florida, and Georgia 1950 

50 420

Nurseries: Alaska 1955, undated 

50-51 421

Nurseries: Arizona undated 

51 422

Nurseries: Arizona and Oregon reseeding 1957 

51 423

Nurseries: California--Pleasanton area 1943-1951, undated 

51-52 424

Nurseries: California--San Fernando cultural trial 1943-1953, undated 

52-53 425

Nurseries: California--San Fernando diversion and gully seeding 1949, 1950 

53 426

Nurseries: California--San Fernando grasses, alfalfa, and Blue Pancium 1946-1953 

53 427

Nurseries: California--San Fernando Branstead pictures of grasses undated 

54 428

Nurseries: California--San Fernando, Cucamonga Brome 1946-1953 

54 429

Nurseries: California--San Fernando, Napier 1947-1951 

54 430

Nurseries: California--San Fernando, Orchard 1953 

54 431

Nurseries: California--San Fernando, Pampas 1945-1953 

54 432

Nurseries: California--San Fernando, Stipa 1943-1952 

54 433

Nurseries: California--San Fernando, Wimmera Rye Grass 1947-1951 

54 434

Nurseries: California--San Fernando, observational nursery 1943-1952, undated 

54-55 435

Nurseries: California--San Fernando, plot work on nursery 1945-1951 

55 436

Nurseries: California--seed production on and off nursery 1944-1954 

56 437

Nurseries: California--southern 1944-1945, undated 

56 438

Nurseries: California--southern trial plantings 1943-1953 

56 439

Nurseries: Idaho--Aberdeen (almonds, sugar beets, spuds, pampla, alki, mulching material, and Blue Mountain area) 1940-1966, undated 

56-57 440

Nurseries: Oregon 1939-1959, undated 

57-58 441

Nurseries: Oregon--Warrenton 1940-1943 

58 442

Nurseries: Texas--King Ranch 1957 

443

Nurseries: Washington--Bellingham 1939-1949, undated 

58-59 444

Nurseries: Washington--Bellingham 1954 

445

Nurseries: Washington--Pullman 1940-1954, undated 

59-60 446

Nurseries: Washington and Washington State University 1949-1958, undated 

60 447

Nurseries: Washington and Nevada 1955-1956 

60 448

Pastures 1943-1961 

60-61 449

Pastures--Yakima Valley 1955 

61 450

Plants--unmarked 1948-1949, undated 

61-62 451

Propagation--arundo, napier, and kikuyn grasses 1943-1948, undated 

62 452

Puerto Rico 1958 

62 453

Range and reseeding 1940-1966, undated 

62-64 454

Range and reseeding south 1942-1956, undated 

64-65 455

Region II Fall 1950 1950 

65 456

Seed foundation 1942-1957 

65-66 457

See production 1947-1957, undated 

66-67 458

Seed production methods 1942-1955, undated 

67 459

Strains--south 1942-1950, undated 

67-68 460

Strip cropping 1947-1958 

68 461

Water--irrigation training school Redmond undated 

68 462

Water--irrigation ponds 1941-1960, undated 

68 463

Water--rivers, dams, dikes, floods, etc. 1940-1959, undated 

68-69 464

Windbreaks 1942-1959, undated 

69 465

Woody--shrubs and trees 1940-1958, undated 

69 466

Woody species--Solos, Eucalyptus, and Cork Oak 1941-1950, undated 

69-70 467

Woody--transplanting Santa Paula nursery 1943 

71 468

Miscellaneous I-III undated 

71 469

Miscellaneous IV-VI undated 

71 470

Miscellaneous VII-IX undated 

71 471

Miscellaneous X-XI undated 

71 472

Miscellaneous XII-XIV and XV undated 

71 473

Miscellaneous: personal undated 

71-72 474

Miscellaneous: personal--25th Anniversary, Dr. and Mrs. Hafenrichter, grandmother and grandsons, and other persons 1954, undated 

72 475

Miscellaneous: personal--John Day Canyon 1954 

72 476

Miscellaneous: personal--scenic undated 

72 477

Miscellaneous: personal--scenic, Australia 1956, undated 

72-73 478

Miscellaneous: personal--scenic, missions, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, University of Wales, Washington D.C., fall colors, Mt. Adams, and Mt. Rainier 1940-1957, undated 

73-74 479

Miscellaneous: personal--scenic Southern California undated 

74-75 480

Miscellaneous: personal--seagulls, peacock, and dogs undated 

75 481

Miscellaneous: personal--Spring 1955, Death Valley, G.L.H. grad, tides, Western Washington W-RSM 1955 

75 482

Miscellaneous: classification of grasses and charts undated 

76 483

Miscellaneous: Oregon sand dunes, Wn-church, school, home, U.S. flag, and unidentified undated 

76-77 484

Series 8.4: Oversize photographs and albums 1948-1970, undated 

Box Folder

Beach scenes and forest grasses photographs undated 

78 485

Botanical drawings by Linda R. Stroke and LBH with plate numbers and plant names 1970, undated 

78 486

Grasses undated 

78 487-488

Grass and legume fields undated 

78 489

Hills and grazing undated 

78 490

Nurseries--Aberdeen, Bellingham, San Fernando, and unidentified undated 

78 491

Pullman Nursery 1951, undated 

78 492

Wheat harvest undated 

78 493

Farm in a Day--first scrapbook 1948 

79 494-497

Farm in a Day--second scrap book undated 

79 498-499

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