Title: Fay Welch Papers, 1940
Primary Creator: Welch, Fay (1896-1984)
Extent: -1.0 Cubic Feet
Date Acquired: 06/24/1955
Scope and Contents of the Materials
This collection contains correspondence to and from Fay Welch as pertaining to a 1940 bill proposed by Senator Mead of New York calling for an "Adirondack National Recreation Area." and highway. As a Professor of Forestry at the Forestry College of Syracuse University, Fay corresponds with a multiplicity of politicians and government agencies, chief among the National Park Service, to express his diapproval of the bill. A copy of the bill may also be found in this collection.
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