Dean F. Franklin Moon Records

Held by the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, F. Franklin Moon Library, Terence J. Hoverter College Archives and Special Collections

Overview

Arrangement

Biographical Note

Scope and Content

Related Information

Use of Records

Administrative Information

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Detailed Description


Overview of the Records

Repository:

State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, F. Franklin Moon Library, Terence J. Hoverter College Archives and Special Collections

Summary:
F. (Frederick) Franklin Moon served the New York State College of Forestry (NYSCF), Syracuse, N.Y. as professor, acting dean, and dean. The Dean F. Franklin Moon records form part of the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Environmental Science and Forestry Deans' records and consists of records created or collected by Moon in his capacity as dean of the NYSCF. The records contain correspondence between Moon and students (prospective, current, and former), parents, faculty members, organizations, and public officials. Also included are student files.
Creator:
Moon, Frederick Franklin, 1880-1929
Title:
Dean F. Franklin Moon records
Quantity:
8 cu. ft. of textual records; ca. 20 photographs
Inclusive Dates:
1916-1928
Series Number:
CESF_FFMoon
Sponsor:
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Arrangement

This series consists of three subseries: Student correspondence and files; General correspondence; and Faculty correspondence.

Biographical Sketch

F. (Frederick) Franklin Moon was born on July 3, 1880 in Easton, Pennsylvania. He was the son of William White Moon and Ophelia Frances (Nightingale) Moon. He attended LaFayette College (1897-1899) and then transferred to Amherst College, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree (1901). In 1902, he began studying medicine at Harvard University and was there until 1904, when he had to withdraw due to illness. Upon his recovery, and after an interest in forestry developed, he entered Yale University and graduated with a Master of Forestry degree (1909). Concurrently, Moon worked for the U. S. Forest Service in Connecticut (1908) and Kentucky (1909) in forest reconnaissance (a tool where resource information is collected and used in the assessment of geographical, structural, and compositional attributes of land resources). After graduating from Yale, Moon began work for the New York Fish and Game Commission and was in charge of the Highlands of Hudson Forest Reservation (1909-1910). On June 1, 1912, he married Marion P. Stutson and they had one son. Moon began his career with the New York State College of Forestry in Syracuse, N.Y. as Professor of Forest Engineering (1912-1920). During this time, he also served as acting dean: once from August 1917-December 1919 and again from February 1920-June 1920. In June 1920, he became Dean of the college, an office he held until April 1927.

In 1926, Moon served as one of the representatives of American forestry at the World Forestry Congress in Rome, Italy. From 1926-1927, he spent a year abroad touring eleven European countries studying various systems of forest education. During this time Nelson C. Brown assumed many of Moon's responsibilities and served as acting dean. In 1929, Moon returned to the NYSCF as Professor of Silviculture, a branch of forestry dealing with the development and care of forests. In his career, Moon authored many articles for forestry journals and wrote "Elements of Forestry" with Nelson C. Brown (1914) and "The Book of Forestry"1916). Moon died on September 9, 1929.

Scope and Content Note

The Dean F. Franklin Moon records form part of the State University of New York (SUNY) College of Environmental Science and Forestry Deans' records. The series is arranged into three subseries: Student correspondence and files; General correspondence; and Faculty correspondence. Student correspondence and files (subseries 1) consist of correspondence with prospective and current students and with members of the Student Council. Much of the correspondence relates to students' requests for information about events at the college, news of their classmates, or questions about returning to school following World War I. Other correspondence relates to students and graduates inquiring about references or employers looking for information on students. There is also correspondence between Dean Moon and parents and/or students regarding student performance. This subseries also includes a file of form letters and employment records. The General correspondence (subseries 2) consists of correspondence files, maintained by Moon, relating to general administrative business of the college, correspondence with other foresters and professors, and correspondence on special projects and topics. Faculty correspondence (subseries 3) consists mainly of letters authored by college faculty and passed on to Moon for his records. Also included in this subseries are files of correspondence between Moon and the Hon. Louis Marshall. Material produced during the year 1926-1927 may not be reflective of Moon's administrative duties as he was on sabbatical during this time.

Related Information

New York State College of Agriculture Dept. of Forestry records, 1912-1915 (20-1-287), Arthur Bernard Recknagel papers, 1947-1961 (1891), Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.

Other finding aids

No other guide exists.

Use of Records

Access Restrictions

There are no restrictions regarding the access to or use of the material.

Available Alternate Formats

Some material is in the form of carbon copies of originals (subseries 3).

Administrative Information

Custodial History

The material was received by administrative office(s) transfer circa 1977.

Processing Information

This collection was re-housed and its description was enhanced as a part of the New York State Archives Environmental History Virtual Research Collection Project, 2004. The National Endowment for the Humanities provided funding for this project.

Access Terms

Personal Name(s):

Marshall, Louis, 1856-1929

Wise, Louis E. (Louis Elsberg), b. 1888

Pack, Charles Lathrop, 1857-1937

Adams, Charles C.

Foresters

Libby, Clarence Earl

Weston, Harry

Corporate Name(s):

New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse University

Subject(s):

College teachers

Students

College administrators

Detailed Description

Note: These records are held by the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, F. Franklin Moon Library, Terence J. Hoverter College Archives and Special Collections

Subseries 1: Student correspondence and files
Dates: 1916-1924
Physical Description: 3 cu. ft. of textual records
Scope and Content Note:

This subseries forms part of the Dean F. Franklin Moon records and consists of correspondence with prospective students, the majority of which contains requests for school catalogues, inquires about enrollment, and questions regarding careers in forestry. Also included is Moon's correspondence with current or graduate students, and with members of the Student Council. During World War I, many students (or recent graduates) left school and joined the armed forces. Some of the correspondence relates to requests for information about events at the college, news of classmates, or questions about returning to school following the war. Other correspondence is from current and graduate students requesting references or is from employers looking for information on students. The student files consist of correspondence between Moon and parents and/or students regarding student performance; college events; requests for recommendations; admission and graduation requirements; letters from prospective employers; and personal correspondence between Moon and students. This subseries also contains a file of form letters and student employment records.

Arrangement: The correspondence is arranged in chronological order and within a year or span of years, it is arranged in a loose alphabetical order. The student files are arranged in an alphabetical order.


Dates Contents Box Folder
1916-1918 Form Letters-Students E2 1
1917 NYSCF Student Employment records E2 2
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "A" E2 3
1917 Corres.: prospective students "B" E2 4
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "B" E2 5
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "C" E2 6
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "D" E2 7
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "E" E2 8
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "F" E2 9
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "G" E2 10
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "H" E2 11
1918 Corres.: prospective students "I" E2 12
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "J" E3 13
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "K" E2 14
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "L" E2 15
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "M" E2 16
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "N" E2 17
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "O" E2 18
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "P" E2 19
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "R" E2 20
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "S" E2 21
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "S" E2 22
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "T" E2 23
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "V" E2 24
1917-1918 Corres.: prospective students "W, X, Y, Z" E2 25
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "A" E2 26
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "B" E2 27
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "B" E2 28
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "C" E2 29
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "C" E2 30
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "D" E2 31
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "D" E2 32
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "E" E2 33
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "F" E2 34
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "G, H, I" E2 35
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "J, K, L" E2 36
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "J, K, L" E2 37
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "M, N, O" E2 38
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "M" E2 39
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "N" E2 40
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "P, Q, R" E2 41
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "P, Q, R" E2 42
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "S" E2 43
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "T-U" E2 44
1917-1918 Corres.: current students "W" E2 45
1921 Student corres.: "Ab-Al" E3 1
1921 Student corres.: "Am-Az" E3 2
1921 Student corres.: "Ba" E3 3
1921 Student corres.: "Be" E3 4
1921 Student corres.: "Bi-Bo" E3 5
1921 Student corres.: "Br" E3 6
1921 Student corres.: "Bu-By" E3 7
1921 Student corres.: "Ca" E3 8
1921 Student corres.: "Ch-Cl" E3 9
1921 Student corres.: "Co-Cz" E3 10
1921 Student corres.: "Convocation" E3 11
1921 Student corres.: "Da" E3 12
1921 Student corres.: "De-Di" E3 13
1921 Student corres.: "Do-Dy" E3 14
1921 Student corres.: "Ea-Em" E3 15
1921 Student corres.: "Empire Forester" E3 16
1921 Student corres.: "Fa-Fl" E3 17
1921 Student corres.: "Fo-Fy" E3 18
1921 Student corres.: "Form Letters" E3 19
1921 Student corres.: "Forestry Club" E3 20
1921 Student corres.: "Ge" E3 21
1921 Student corres.: "Gi-Go" E3 22
1921 Student corres.: "Gr-Gy" E3 23
1921 Student corres.: "Ha" E3 24
1921 Student corres.: "He" E3 25
1921 Student corres.: "Hi" E3 26
1921 Student corres.: "Ho" E3 27
1921 Student corres.: "Hu" E3 28
1921 Student corres.: "I" E3 29
1921 Student corres.: "Ja-Ji" E3 30
1921 Student corres.: "Jo-Jy" E3 31
1921 Student corres.: "Ka-Kl" E3 32
1921 Student corres.: "Kn-Ky" E3 33
1921 Student corres.: "La-Le" E3 34
1921 Student corres.: "Li-Ly" E3 35
1921 Student corres.: "McA-McL" E3 36
1921 Student corres.: "Ma" E3 37
1921 Student corres.: "Me-Mi" E3 38
1921 Student corres.: "Mo-Mu" E3 39
1921 Student corres.: "Na-Ne" E3 40
1921 Student corres.: "No-Ny" E3 41
1921 Student corres.: "O" E3 42
1921 Student corres.: "Pa-Pl" E3 43
1921 Student corres.: "Po-Py" E3 44
1921 Student corres.: "Ra-Ri" E3 45
1921 Student corres.: "Ro" E3 46
1921 Student corres.: "Ru-Ry" E3 47
1921 Student corres.: "Robin Hood"[Society] E3 48
1921 Student corres.: "St.-Sa" E3 49
1921 Student corres.: "Sc-Si" E3 50
1921 Student corres.: "Sk-So" E3 51
1921 Student corres.: "Sp-Sy" E3 52
1921 Student corres.: "Student Council" E3 53
1921 Student corres.: "Ta-Th" E3 54
1921 Student corres.: "Ti-Tu" E3 55
1921 Student corres.: "U-V" E3 56
1921 Student corres.: "Wa" E3 57
1921 Student corres.: "We" E3 58
1921 Student corres.: "Wh" E3 59
1921 Student corres.: "Wi-Wo" E3 60
1921 Student corres.: "Wr-Wy" E3 61
1921 Student corres.: "Y" E3 62
1924 Student files "A" E3 63
1924 Student files "B" E3 64
1924 Student files "C" E3 65
1924 Student files "D" E3 66
1924 Student files "E" E3 67
1924 Student files "F" E3 68
1924 Student files "Form letters" E3 69
1924 Student files "G" E3 70
1924 Student files "H" E3 71
1924 Student files "J" E3 72
1924 Student files "K" E3 73
1924 Student files "L" E3 74
1924 Student files "M" E3 75
1924 Student files "N" E3 76
1924 Student files "O" E3 77
1924 Student files "P-Q" E3 78
1924 Student files "Parents of students" E3 79
1924 Student files "R" E3 80
1924 Student files "Student Council" E3 81
1924 Student files "S" E3 82
1924 Student files "T" E3 83
1924 Student files "U-V" E3 84
1924 Student files "W" E3 85
1924 Student files "Y-Z" E3 86


Subseries 2: General correspondence
Dates: 1922-1928
Physical Description: 3 cu. ft. of textual records; 20 photographs
Scope and Content Note:

This subseries forms part of the Dean F. Franklin Moon records and consists of correspondence and subject files maintained by the Moon in his capacity as Dean. These files include letters related to general administrative business of the college, correspondence with other foresters and professors, and correspondence related to a number of special projects and topics including opening the new Ranger School building in Wanakena (Saint Lawrence County), N.Y.; convocation; the Black River Reconnaissance project; the Charles Lathrop Pack Demonstration Forest; and other donations from Pack. Some files include faculty reports and memoranda. For letters from an individual associated with a company, researchers should look under both the company name and the correspondent's name; occasionally, correspondence has been filed in both places.

Arrangement: The correspondence is filed in loose alphabetical order by person or company name or subject title.


Dates Contents Box Folder
1922 Corres.: Administrative E3 87
1922 Corres.: Board of Trustees (photos) E3 88
1922 Corres.: Boy Scouts E3 89
1922 Corres.: Boy Scout scholarship E3 90
1922 Corres.: "Br" E3 91
1922 Corres.: "Bu-By" E3 92
1922 Corres.: Chamber of Commerce, Syracuse E3 93
1922 Corres.: Chancellor of Syracuse University E3 94
1922 Corres.: Civil Service Commission E3 95
1922 Corres.: Comptroller (Hon. W. J. Maier) E3 96
1922 Corres.: Conservation Commission E3 97
1922 Corres.: "Ca-Ce" E3 98
1922 Corres.: "Co-Cz; " (photos) E3 99
1922 Corres.: Eleanor Church E3 100
1922 Corres.: Dr. C. J. Drake E3 101
1922 Corres.: "Da" E3 102
1922 Corres.: "De-Di" E3 103
1922 Corres.: "Do-Dw" E3 104
1922 Corres.: College Faculty E3 105
1922 Corres.: Foreign Universities and Foresters E3 106
1922 Form Letters E3 107
1922 Corres.: Fuel Administration E3 108
1922 Corres.: General E3 109
1922 Corres.: "Ga-Gh" E3 110
1922 Corres.: "Gi-Go" E3 111
1922 Corres.: "Gr" E3 112
1922 Corres.: "He" E3 113
1922 Corres.: "Hi" E3 114
1922 Corres.: "Ho" E3 115
1922 Corres.: "Hu" E3 116
1922 Corres.: "I" E3 117
1922 Corres.: "Ja-Li" E3 118
1922 Corres.: "Jo-Jy" E3 119
1922 Corres.: "Ka-Ki" E3 120
1922 Corres.: "Kn-Ky" E3 121
1922 Corres.: "La-Le" E3 122
1922 Corres.: "Li-Ly" E3 123
1922 Corres.: Libraries E3 124
1922 Corres.: J. B. Lyons Company E3 125
1922 Corres.: J. B. Lyons Company re: "Trees of New York State" E3 126
1922 Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall E3 127
1922 Corres.: "McA-McL" E3 128
1922 Corres.: "Ma" E3 129
1922 Corres.: "Me-Mi" E3 130
1922 Corres.: "Mo" E3 131
1922 Corres.: "Mu-My" E3 132
1922 Corres.: "Ne" E3 133
1922 Corres.: New York City Board of Education E3 134
1922 Corres.: New York State Governor Miller E3 135
1922 Corres.: Northern Nut Growers Association E3 136
1922 Corres.: "O" E3 137
1922 Corres.: "Pa-Pl" E3 138
1922 Corres.: Nelson C. Brown with F.F. Moon with Charles Lathrop Pack E3 139
1923 Corres.: Adirondack Mountain Club E3 140
1923 Appointments-Positions on Faculty E3 141
1923 Corres.: "Aa-Al" E3 142
1923 Corres.: "Am-Az" E3 143
1923 Corres. and reports re: Black River Reconnaissance E3 144
1923 Corres.: New York State Board of Education E3 145
1923 Corres.: the New York State Board of Estimate E3 146
1923 Corres.: Board of Trustees E3 147
1923 Corres.: Boy Scouts E3 148
1923 Corres.: Boy Scout Scholarship E3 149
1923 Corres.: "Ba" E3 150
1923 Corres.: "Be" E3 151
1923 Corres.: "Bi-Bo" E3 152
1923 Corres.: "Br" E3 153
1923 Corres.: "Bu-By " E3 154
1923 Corres.: Chamber of Commerce E3 155
1923 Corres.: Chancellor, Syracuse University E3 156
1923 Corres.: Vice-Chancellor, Syracuse University E3 157
1923 Corres.: Vice-Chancellor, Syracuse University E3 158
1923 Corres.: New York State Comptroller E3 159
1923 Corres.: Conservation Commission E4 1
1923 Corres.: "Ca-Ce" E4 2
1923 Corres.: "Ch-Cl" E4 3
1923 Corres.: "Co-Cz" E4 4
1923 Corres.: "Da" E4 5
1923 Corres.: "De-Di" E4 6
1923 Corres.: "Do-Dy" E4 7
1923 Corres.: Education E4 8
1923 Junior Forester Civil Service Examination bulletin E4 9
1923 Corres.: "E" E4 10
1923 Corres.: Senator George R. Fearon E4 11
1923 Corres.: Foreign Universities and Foresters E4 12
1923 Corres.: United States Forest Products Laboratory E4 13
1923 Corres.: New York State Forestry Association E4 14
1923 Form Letters E4 15
1923 Corres.: "Fa-Fl" E4 16
1923 Corres.: "Fo-Fy" E4 17
1923 Corres.: Girl Scouts E4 18
1923 Corres.: Governor E4 19
1923 Corres.: "Ga-Ge" E4 20
1923 Corres.: "Gi-Go" E4 21
1923 Corres.: "Gr-Gy" E4 22
1923 Corres.: "Ha" E4 23
1923 Corres.: "He" E4 24
1923 Corres.: "Hi" E4 25
1923 Corres.: "Ho" E4 26
1923 Corres.: "Hu-Hy" E4 27
1923 Corres.: "I" E4 28
1923 Corres.: "Je" E4 29
1923 Corres.: "Jo-Jy" E4 30
1923 Corres.: "Ka-Kl" E4 31
1923 Corres.: "Kn-Kr" E4 32
1923 Corres.: Librarians E4 33
1923 Corres.: J. B. Lyon Company E4 34
1923 Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall E4 35
1923 Corres.: "La-Le" E4 36
1923 Corres.: "Li-Ly" E4 37
1923 Corres.: "Ma" E4 38
1923 Corres.: "Mc" E4 39
1923 Corres.: "Me-Mi" E4 40
1923 Corres.: "Mo" E4 41
1923 Corres.: "Mu-My" E4 42
1923 Corres.: "Na-Ni" E4 43
1923 Corres.: "No-Ny" E4 44
1923 Corres.: "O" E4 45
1923 Corres.: Charles Lathrop Pack E4 46
1923 Corres.: Forestry Publications E4 47
1923 Corres.: "Pa-Pl" E4 48
1923 Corres.: "Po-Py" E4 49
1923 Corres.: Ranger School E4 50
1923 Corres.: Registrar, Syracuse University E4 51
1923 Corres.: Roads of Remembrance E4 52
1923 Corres.: "Ra-Ri" E4 53
1923 Corres.: "Ro" E4 54
1923 Corres.: "Ru-Ry" E4 55
1923 Corres.: Schools E4 56
1923 Corres.: Society of American Foresters E4 57
1923 Corres.: State Architect E4 58
1923 Corres.: SUNY, Office of the President E4 59
1923 Corres.: Summer Camps E4 60
1923 Corres.: "S-Sa" E4 61
1923 Corres.: "Se-Si" E4 62
1923 Corres.: "Sm-So" E4 63
1923 Corres.: "Sp-Sy" E4 64
1923 Telegrams E4 65
1923 Corres.: "Ta-Th" E4 66
1923 Corres.: "Ti-Ty" E4 67
1923 Corres.: United States Forest Service E4 68
1923 Corres.: United States Veterans Bureau E4 69
1923 Corres.: "U, V" E4 70
1923 Corres.: "Wa" E4 71
1923 Corres.: "We" E4 72
1923 Corres.: "Wh" E4 73
1923 Corres.: "Wp-Wo" E4 74
1923 Corres.: "X, Y, Z" E4 75
1927 Corres.: "A" E4 76
1927 Corres.: Dwight James Baum E4 77
1927 Corres.: Board of Trustees E4 78
1927 Corres.: William L. Bray E4 79
1927 Corres.: Nelson C. Brown E4 80
1927 Corres.: Convocation Speakers E4 81
1927 Corres.: Sam T. Dana E4 82
1927 Corres.: Empire State Forest Products Association E4 83
1927 Corres.: Empire State Forest Products Association E4 84
1927 Corres.: "E" E4 85
1926 Corres.: Foreign Schools and Foresters E4 86
1926 Corres.: Foreign Schools and Foresters E4 87
1927 Corres.: Foreign Schools and Foresters E4 88
1926-1927 Corres.: Forest Schools E4 89
1927 Form Letters E4 90
1927 Corres.: "F" E4 91
1927 Corres.: Hon. Frank Pierpont Graves E4 92
1927 Corres.: Governor Smith E4 93
1927 Corres.: "G" E4 94
1927 Corres.: "G" E4 95
1927 Corres.: "G" E4 96
1927 Corres.: "H" E4 97
1927 Corres.: "H" E4 98
1927 Corres.: "H" E4 99
1927 Corres.: "H" E4 100
1927 Corres.: "H" E4 101
1927 Corres.: "I" E4 102
1927 Corres.: "J" E4 103
1927 Corres.: "J" E4 104
1927 Corres.: "J" E4 105
1927 Corres.: "K" E4 106
1927 Corres.: "K" E4 107
1927 Corres.: "L" E4 108
1927 Corres.: "L" E4 109
1927 Corres.: "M" E4 110
1927 Corres.: "M" E4 111
1927 Corres.: "M" E4 112
1927 Corres.: "M" E4 113
1927 Corres.: "M" E4 114
1927 Corres.: "N" E4 115
1927 Corres.: NYC Board of Education E4 116
1927 Corres.: Alex Oxholm, National Committee on Wood Utilization E4 117
1927 Corres.: "O" E4 118
1927 January Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 119
1927 February Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 120
1927 March Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 121
1927 April Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 122
1927 May Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 123
1927 June Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 124
1927 July Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 125
1927 August Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 126
1927 September Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 127
1927 October Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 128
1927 November Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 129
1927 December Corres.: Charles L. Pack E4 130
1927 Corres.: Charles L. Pack (general) E4 131
1927 Corres.: "P" E4 132
1927 Corres.: "P" E4 133
1927 Corres.: "Q" E4 134
1927 Corres.: Regional Planning and Parks Commission of Onondaga County E4 135
1927 Corres.: "R" E4 136
1927 Corres.: "R" E4 137
1927 Corres.: "R" E4 138
1927 Corres.: Society of American Foresters E4 139
1927 Corres.: Society of American Foresters E4 140
1927 Corres.: Society of American Foresters E4 141
1927 Corres.: "S" E4 142
1927 Corres.: "S" E4 143
1927 Corres.: "S" E4 144
1927 Corres.: "S" E4 145
1927 Corres.: "S" E4 146
1927 Telegrams E4 147
1927 Corres.: "T" E4 148
1927 Corres.: "T" E4 149
1927 Corres.: U.S. Forest Service E4 150
1927 Corres.: U.S. Forest Service E4 151
1927 Corres.: U.S. Forest Service E4 152
1927 Corres.: "U, V" E4 153
1927 Corres.: "W" E4 154
1927 Corres.: "W" E4 155
1927 Corres.: "W" E4 156
1927 Corres.: "W" E4 157
1927 Corres.: "X, Y, Z" E4 158
1928 Corres.: Amherst, Mass. Reunion E5 1
1928 Corres.: Applications, Positions on Faculty E5 2
1928 Corres.: Automobiles E5 3
1928 Corres.: "Aa-Al" E5 4
1928 Corres.: "Am-Az" E5 5
1928 Corres.: Board of Deans and Directors E5 6
1928 Corres.: Board of Trustees E5 7
1928 Corres.: Boy Scouts E5 8
1928 Corres.: "Ba" E5 9
1928 Corres.: "Be" E5 10
1928 Corres.: "Bi-Bo" E5 11
1928 Corres.: "Br" E5 12
1928 Corres.: "Bu-By" E5 13
1928 Corres.: Chancellor, Syracuse University E5 14
1928 Corres.: NYS Comptroller E5 15
1928 Corres.: Conferences (opening of Ranger School) E5 16
1928 Corres.: Conservation Department, NYS E5 17
1928 Corres.: Construction, College Building E5 18
1928 Corres.: Convocation Speakers E5 19
1928 Corres.: "Ca-Ce" E5 20
1928 Corres.: "Ch-Cl" E5 21
1928 Corres.: "Co-Cz" E5 22
1928 Corres.: S. T. Dana E5 23
1928 Corres.: "Da" E5 24
1928 Corres.: "De-Di" E5 25
1928 Corres.: "Do-Dy" E5 26
1928 Corres.: Education E5 27
1928 Corres.: Empire State Forest Products Association (A. B. Recknagel) E5 28
1928 Corres.: "Ea-Em" E5 29
1928 Corres.: "En-Ev" E5 30
1928 Corres.: Faculty, Syracuse University E5 31
1928 Faculty Reports and Memos E5 32
1928 Faculty Reports and Memos E5 33
1928 Corres.: Fellowships E5 34
1928 Corres.: Foreign Universities and Foresters E5 35
1928 Corres.: NYS Forestry Association, Simmons and Moore E5 36
1928 Corres.: "Fa-Fi" E5 37
1928 Corres.: "Fo-Fy" E5 38
1928 Corres.: F. P. Graves E5 39
1928 Corres.: "Ga-Gh" E5 40
1928 Corres.: "Gi-Go" E5 41
1928 Corres.: "Gr-Gy" E5 42
1928 Corres.: C. W. Halliday E5 43
1928 Corres.: Holbrook Legacy E5 44
1928 Hotel Reservations E5 45
1928 Corres.: "Ha" E5 46
1928 Corres.: "He" E5 47
1928 Corres.: "Hi" E5 48
1928 Corres.: "Ho" E5 49
1928 Corres.: "Hu-Hy" E5 50
1928 Corres.: "I" E5 51
1928 Corres.: "Ja-Ji" E5 52
1928 Corres.: "Jo-Jy" E5 53
1928 Corres.: "Ka-Kl" E5 54
1928 Corres.: "Kn-Kr " E5 55
1928 Corres.: "La-Le" E5 56
1928 Corres.: "Li-Ly" E5 57
1928 Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall E5 58
1928 Corres.: "Ma" E5 59
1928 Corres.: "McA-McL" E5 60
1928 Corres.: "McM-McZ" E5 61
1928 Corres.: "Me-Mi" E5 62
1928 Corres.: "Mo" E5 63
1928 Corres.: "Mu-My" E5 64
1928 Corres.: New York City Board of Education E5 65
1928 Corres.: "Na-Ni" E5 66
1928 Corres.: "No-Ny" E5 67
1928 Corres. and Minutes-Onondaga Co. Regional Planning Board E5 68
1928 Corres.: "O" E5 69
1928 Corres.: Hon. Charles Lathrop Pack E5 70
1928 Corres.: Hon. Charles Lathrop Pack E5 71
1928 Corres.: "Pa-Pl" E5 72
1928 Corres.: "Q" E5 73
1928 Corres.: "Ra-Ri" E5 74
1928 Corres.: "Ru-Ry" E5 75
1928 Corres.: Society of American Foresters E5 76
1928 Corres.: NY State Architect E5 77
1928 Corres.: "St.-Sa" E5 78
1928 Corres.: "Sc-Si" E5 79
1928 Corres.: "Sk-So" E5 80
1928 Corres.: "Sp-Sy" E5 81
1928 Telegrams E5 82
1928 Corres.: "Ta-Th" E5 83
1928 Corres.: "Ti-Ty" E5 84
1928 Corres.: United States Forest Service E5 85
1928 Corres.: "U, V" E5 86
1928 Corres.: Dr. L. A. Wilson, NYS Education Dept. E5 87
1928 Corres.: "Wa" E5 88
1928 Corres.: "We" E5 89
Corres.: "Wh" E5 90
Corres.: "Wi-Wo" E5 91
Corres.: "Wr-Wy" E5 92
Corres.: "X, Y, Z" E5 93
1926-1927 Corres. and ephemera created and received by Moon during his sabbatical year 1


Subseries 3: Faculty correspondence
Dates: 1919-1929
Physical Description: 2 cu. ft. of textual records
Scope and Content Note:

This subseries forms part of the Dean F. Franklin Moon records and consists mainly of letters authored by college faculty and passed on to Moon for his records. College faculty correspondents include Charles C. Adams (Roosevelt Wild Life Station); Clarence E. Libby (Pulp and Paper Manufacture), Hugh P. Brown (Wood Technology), Louis E. Wise (Forest Chemistry), and Nelson C. Brown (Forest Utilization). The subseries also contains departmental reports to Moon (1919-1922). Also included in this subseries are files of correspondence between Moon and the Hon. Louis Marshall (1856-1929). Marshall was an American lawyer and civic leader. He was notable for his defense of minorities in civil rights cases. (Source: Hutchinson Encyclopedia of Biography, 2000). Marshall was also an active conservationist and the father of Robert Marshall, NYSCF alum, U.S. Forester, and founder of the Wilderness Society.

Arrangement: The material is arranged in loose chronological order by year. Within the year 1922, some material is arranged in a reverse chronological order by month.


Dates Contents Box Folder
1919-1922 Departmental Reports to Dean Moon F1 1
1922 Asst. Prof. A. F. Arnold, Landscape Architecture F1 2
1922 Asst. Prof. H. C. Belyea, Forest Engineering F1 3
1922 Asst. Prof. Don M. Benedict, Forest Botany F1 4
1922 Prof. M. W. Blackman, Forest Entomology F1 5
1922 Prof. H. P. Brown, Wood Technology F1 6
1922 Prof. N. C. Brown, Forest Utilization F1 7
1922 Prof. N. C. Brown re: local arrangements of IAFC convention F1 8
1922 College Treasurer, W. W. Chipman F1 9
1922 Asst. Prof. C. C. Foresaith, Wood Technology F1 10
1922 Asst. Prof. C. C. Foresaith, Wood Technology F1 11
1922 Asst. Prof. C. C. Foresaith, Wood Technology F1 12
1922 Asst. Prof. C. C. Foresaith, Wood Technology F1 13
1922 Dr. Adlebert Leathers F1 14
1922 J. Elton Lodewick, Instructor, Wood Technology F1 15
1922 Prof. L. H. Pennington, Forest Pathology F1 16
1922 Earl S. Pierce, Extension Department F1 17
1922 Earl S. Pierce, Extension Department F1 18
1922 Prof. R. P. Richard, Silviculture F1 19
1922 Prof. W. E. Sanderson, Director, Summer Camp F1 20
1922 C. E. Sifferlen, Instructor, Forest Engineering F1 21
1922 Prof. John W. Stephens, Silviculture F1 22
1922 G. A. Whipple, Dept. of Forest Extension F1 23
1922 December Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 24
1922 November Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 25
1922 October Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 26
1922 September Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 27
1922 June Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 28
1922 May Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 29
1922 April Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 30
1922 March Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 31
1922 February Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 32
1922 January Harry E. Weston, Instructor, Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 33
1922 December Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 34
1922 November Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 35
1922 October Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 36
1922 September Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 37
1922 June-July Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 38
1922 May Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 39
1922 April Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 40
1922 March Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 41
1922 February Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 42
1922 January Louis E. Wise, Prof., Forest Chemistry F1 43
1922 December Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 44
1922 November Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 45
1922 October Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 46
1922 September Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 47
1922 July Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 48
1922 May Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 49
1922 April Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 50
1922 March Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 51
1922 February Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 52
1922 January Clarence E. Libby, Prof., Pulp and Paper Manufacture F1 53
1922 January Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 54
1922 February Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 55
1922 March Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 56
1922 April Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 57
1922 May Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 58
1922 June Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 59
1922 July Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 60
1922 September Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 61
1922 October Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 62
1922 November Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 63
1922 December Director Charles C. Adams’ outgoing corres. re: Roosevelt Wildlife Station F1 64
1925 Letters, Charles C. Adams to S. T. Dana F1 65
1926 January Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 66
1926 February Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 67
1926 March Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 68
1926 April-May Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 69
1926 June-July Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 70
1926 August Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 71
1926 October Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 72
1926 November Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 73
1926 December Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 74
1927 January Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 75
1927 February Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 76
1927 March Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 77
1927 April Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 78
1927 May Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 79
1927 June Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 80
1927 July Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 81
1927 August Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 82
1927 October Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 83
1927 November Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 84
1927 December Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 85
1929 Corres.: Hon. Louis Marshall F1 86