M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES

Finding Aid for the
ROBERT RIENOW
Papers, 1875-1984
Bulk Dates 1955-1979
UA-902.009

For reference queries contact Grenander Department Reference staff or (518)-437-3935

Finding Aid Compiled by
Margaret Hogan
December 2004
Aimee Morgan
April 2005
Revisions, Box and Folder List
Ted Hoppenstedt

The arrangement and description of this collection was made possible through a New York State Archives Documentary Heritage Program Arrangement and Description Grant.



 
 
 
 
 
 

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VOLUME: 15.72 cubic ft., 32 audiotapes

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, in June 1988.

ACCESS: Access to student papers and class lists at the end of series 2 is restricted. Other series are unrestricted. Consult a staff member for details.

COPYRIGHT: The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


Robert Rienow
Biographical Sketch

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Robert Rienow was born in Grafton, Wisconsin on December 4, 1907, and later in life married Leona Train, a writer of children's books and articles, and his occasional co-author. After a year at West Point, Rienow continued his education at Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in history in 1930. His first job was as a school principal at a small school in Wisconsin. Rienow went on to earn advanced degrees from Columbia University in the field of international law and government (M.A., 1933; Ph.D., 1937). While obtaining his master's degree, he taught for one year at Union College in Schenectady, New York. Rienow was also the recipient of Columbia University's Gilder Fellowship in Public Law. In 1935, Rienow attended Ohio State University as part of a research fellowship.[1] His Ph.D. dissertation was titled "The Test of the Nationality of a Merchant Vessel." While Rienow was completing his Ph.D. at Columbia he served as an Instructor of Political Science in the Social Sciences Department at the New York State College for Teachers, which later became the State University of New York at Albany and is presently known as the University at Albany, SUNY. Rienow continued in this position until 1941, when he was promoted to the position of Assistant Professor. Rienow was promoted to Professor in 1947 and held this position until 1980.

In July of 1943, Rienow took a leave of absence from his teaching position to serve in the United States Army during World War II. Rienow held a Selective Service position as a Classification Specialist, both in the United States and in the Pacific Theater, until 1945, when he was honorably discharged. He ended his career with the United States Army in 1946 at the rank of First Lieutenant in the Adjutant General's Office. Upon his return, Rienow served in the New York State National Guard in the Selective Service branch, rising to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. In 1962, Rienow, along with his unit, received an award on behalf of the National Guard for the superior ratings received by the unit at regular army inspections.

Rienow was a prolific writer who published books and articles on both political science and environmental issues. The most prominent of these was Moment in the Sun (1967), which he co-authored with his wife. Other significant works were Calling All Citizens (1952), New York State and Local Government (1959), Introduction to Government (1964), Our New Life with the Atom (1959), Of Snuff, Sin, and the Senate (1965), and The Lonely Quest (1966). The final three were co-authored by Rienow and Leona Train Rienow. Rienow also wrote numerous articles, both alone and in collaboration with his wife. Most of these articles expressed concern about environmental issues, though some were humorous or satirical pieces. Rienow's articles were published in magazines such as Harper's Weekly, This Week, the American Legion Magazine, the Saturday Review, and Ladies Home Journal.

Rienow maintained a vigorous interest in environmental issues throughout his life. A noted speaker, he delivered many lectures and presentations on environmental issues. In the late 1960s he developed a series of broadcasts on the environment in cooperation with the State University of New York at Albany's School of Public Policy. The series, Man Against His Environment, consisted of 28 lectures on topics such as water pollution, wildlife protection, overpopulation and zero population growth, as well as many others.

Rienow was a member of numerous environmental organizations, including Defenders of Wildlife, the Constitutional Council for Forest Preserves, the Audubon Society, the Sierra Club, and the Albany Environmental Council. He was an officer of the New York Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Rienow's professional affiliations included the New York State Political Science Association, of which he was elected president in 1955.[2]

Robert Rienow died in 1989 as the result of a fire in his home.


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1. "Rienow to Discuss National Doctrine, Re-sing Scheduled," Unidentified News Clipping, 5 December 1947.
2. "SCT President Heads Political Science Unit," Unidentified News Clipping, April 1955.


Robert Rienow
Scope & Content Note

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The papers in this collection document Rienow's professional career and personal interests. The collection contains personal files such as records relating to his service in both the United States Army and the New York National Guard; tax information; papers written by Rienow while he was in school; and family papers such as deeds. There are also a significant number of correspondence files. Much of the correspondence is with publishers and editors of various magazines and publishing houses. There is also correspondence with fellow members of environmental organizations and other personal correspondence, such as with Erastus Corning II, Mayor of the City of Albany, and fan mail received by Rienow and his wife.

The collection also contains papers related to Rienow's career at the State University of New York at Albany. These include extensive lecture notes, syllabi, copies of exams and some professional correspondence. Transcripts and some syllabi for the Man Against His Environment lecture series and a televised political science course called Living Patterns of Government can also be found within the collection. Files related to Rienow's writing career include manuscripts, drafts, and notes on his books and articles. In some cases the printed version of the article is available in the collection through copies of the publication, such as the American Legion Magazine.

There are also a series of audio tapes from the Center of Cassette Studies on a variety of environmental issues. Many of these tapes contain lectures from the Man Against His Environment series.

Also significant in the collection are subject files with mailings, notes, publications, photos, and articles on environmental issues, many of which were subjects of articles by Rienow. The subject files include information on organizations such as Defenders of Wildlife, the Nature Conservancy, and Zero Population Growth, as well as topics such as air and water pollution, wildlife protection, overpopulation and zero population growth, forest preservation and the preservation of the Adirondack Mountain region, and the anti-nuclear movement.

Strengths of the collection include the scripts from television and radio broadcasts; information regarding trends in environmental activism and Rienow's interests in the environmental movement; and the drafts and manuscripts of articles and speeches, many with annotations which illuminate Rienow's writing process.

Weaknesses of the collection include the lack of material on Rienow's personal life outside of his environmental interests as well as information on and materials from Rienow's life prior to 1960. There are also a significant number of news clippings and notes written on scraps of paper, and their significance is often unclear. Much of Rienow's voluminous correspondence related to his interest in environmental issues was lost in a fire at his home in 1989.

Researchers should see also the collection of Leona Train Rienow (MSS-025) in the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives. Though her collection includes manuscripts of her own publications (children's short stories and novels), it also contains manuscripts of some of her publications on the environment, many of which were written with her husband. This collection also contains correspondence from 1938 to 1963. Related collections can be found in the subject guides for Conservation and the Environment and University at Albany Faculty, Students, and Alumnae.


Robert Rienow
Series Descriptions

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Series 1: Biographical Files, 1875-1984, 1.6 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains papers pertaining to Robert Rienow and his family. Included are Rienow's military records from his World War II service in the United States Army and from the New York National Guard. These include discharge papers, appointment papers, immunization records, correspondence and memos. Also found in this series are legal documents and financial records from the estate of Rienow's uncle in Wisconsin, Fred Rienow. Rienow's education is documented through class notes and papers from West Point and from Columbia University, where he completed his Ph.D. There are several folders of brochures, news clippings, and souvenirs from Rienow's travels, including trips to Europe and the Midwest.

Series 2: Education Career, 1937-1980, 2 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically by subject and course number.

This series contains files on courses taught by Rienow in the School of Public Policy and Affairs and the Department of Political Science at the State University of New York at Albany. The materials in this series include syllabi, lecture notes, examinations, and student papers. Related correspondence and clippings are also included. Files are arranged by course number, when known. There are several folders of final examinations not sorted by course number, as well as two folders of lecture notes and miscellaneous materials with no course number identified.

Student papers and class lists are located at the end of the series. Included with student papers are two folders of essays on animal experimentation written for a national contest in 1979. Rienow was a judge for this competition. Access to student papers and course lists is restricted.

Series 3: Writings, 1937-1980, 2.5 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically.

In this series are manuscripts and drafts of articles and book chapters written by Rienow, both alone and in cooperation with his wife. In many cases there are multiple drafts of the same article. Many of the drafts include handwritten corrections and annotations by Rienow. These files also include clippings and handwritten notes used in the creation of drafts and manuscripts, as well as occasional correspondence with publishers. Most of the writings relate to Rienow's political science or environmental interests. These include articles on the American standard of living and nuclear fallout, and contributions to the Book of Knowledge and the World Book Encyclopedia on United States government. A number of manuscripts, many of which were co-authored with Leona Train Rienow, are satirical looks at American and European society, including travel articles such as "What! No Lather?" Also found in this series are several drafts of Leona Train Rienow's 1970 novel The Year of the Last Eagle, to which Robert Rienow contributed, as well as a draft of her 1948 novel The Bewitched Caverns.

Series 4: Broadcasts, 1958-1969, 1.8 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically by title, then by lecture number and chronologically.

This series contains scripts and supporting materials for broadcasts conducted by Rienow. Two lecture series predominate. The first, Living Patterns of Government, was a televised political science course broadcast in early 1958. The second, Man Against His Environment, was a 28 part radio lecture series which addressed a variety of environmental concerns. Topics include air and water pollution, overpopulation, deforestation of the wilderness, and overcrowding in cities. There are also files on other broadcasts by Rienow, such as "The Politics of Survival: The Image of the President."

Series 5: Speeches and Lectures, 1938-1976, 0.33 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains drafts of speeches and lectures presented by Rienow at various public functions as well as notes taken on the topic of the speech and occasionally clippings regarding the speech. There is also occasional correspondence between Rienow and the person or group for whom he is presenting. The majority of these speeches relate to Rienow's environmental interests. Topics include pollution, land use and nuclear fallout. A few speeches are on topics in political science and teaching, such as those presented to the Symposium on Citizenship Education.

Series 6: Correspondence, 1939-1984, 1.75 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically and chronologically.

The majority of the correspondence in this series relates to Rienow's environmental activism. Included is correspondence with members of various environmental organizations, such as the Defenders of Wildlife and the Nature Conservancy, as well as letters written to policy makers such as New York State and United States Senators. Additional correspondence relates to Rienow's writing career, including correspondence with publishers, fan mail, and letters to Rienow asking him to speak at a variety of engagements. The series also contains personal correspondence between Rienow and family members as well as other friends or acquaintances such as Erastus Corning II, Mayor of the City of Albany, and Lady Bird Johnson.

Series 7: Subject Files, 1937-1980, 3.67 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically.

This series is comprised of files on organizations and subjects that were of interest to Rienow. Groups include Defenders of Wildlife, Zero Population Growth, the Nature Conservancy, and Citizens to Save the Adirondack Park. Topics include deforestation and land use, wildlife protection, overpopulation, national wealth, nuclear fallout and the problems of atomic energy, and various forms of pollution. The files contain mostly notes, news clippings, articles, mailings, and publications. There are also files related to government agencies, such as the Department of the Interior and the United States National Treasury. These files consist mainly of government publications on environmental policies and issues, as well as some publications on the structures of the agencies. A few files relate to political science topics.

Series 8: Printed Materials, 1932-1959, 1.33 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically by publication title.

This series consists of magazine and journal issues with articles by Rienow. Also included are teachers' manuals for Rienow's textbooks, American Problems Today and American Government in Today's World.

Series 9: Audio Tapes, 1970-1973, 0.67 cubic ft. Arranged alphabetically by series name and title.

This series contains audio tapes of Robert Rienow's lectures, which were produced and distributed by the Center for Cassette Studies. Many of the cassettes are from the Man Against His Environment lecture series. Some were part of other Center for Cassette Studies series, including The Ecological Spectrum. Each tape has a running time of approximately thirty minutes. Also included are case inserts and library cards that were included with each cassette, as well as catalogs of tapes offered by the Center for Cassette Studies. For preservation reasons, the tapes are stored separately from this supplementary material.


Robert Rienow
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: Biographical Files, 1875-1975

Box 1
Folder

1. Honorary Degrees, 1963, 1971
2. Income Tax Returns, 1968
3. Military Service, National Guard, Photographs, undated
4. Military Service, Active Duty Correspondence and Supplementary Material, Overseas, 1944-1946
5. Military Service, Discharge, 1946-1960
6. Military Service, Financial Matters, Active Duty, 1943-1945
7. Military Service, National Guard Selective Service, 1945-1968
8. Military Service, Overseas Orders, 1936-1946
9. News Clippings, Robert and Leona Train Rienow, 1953-1977
10. News Clippings, Robert and Leona Train Rienow, 1953-1977
11. News Clippings, Robert and Leona Train Rienow, 1953-1977
12. News Clippings, Robert and Leona Train Rienow, 1953-1977
13. Rienow Estate, Family Legal Documents, 1875-1975
14. Rienow Estate, Family Legal Documents, 1875-1975
15. Rienow Estate, Family Legal Documents, 1875-1975
16. School Papers, Class Notes, 1931
17. School Papers, Class Notes, 1932
18. School Papers, Class Notes, 1932
19. School Papers, Class Notes, circa 1930's
20. School Papers, Class Notes, circa 1930's
21. School Papers, Class Notes, International Law, circa 1930's
22. School Papers, Essays Written at West Point, 1931
23. School Papers, M.A. Thesis, "The Presidential Power of Concluding Executive Agreements," 1933
24. School Papers, M.A. Thesis, " The Presidential Power of Concluding Executive Agreements," 1933

Box 2
Folder

1. School Papers, Preliminary Examination in Political Theory, undated
2. School Papers, "Report in Research in International Law," 1934
3. School Papers, "Seminar Report Covering Employment by France of Native African Troops in Her Defense," 1934
4. School Papers, "What Would Hamilton's Philosophy Be Today?" 1933
5. SUNY Albany and Related Materials, Includes News Clippings, Correspondence, Bulletins, 1957-1982
6. Travel, 1950's-1970's [Contains Clippings]
7. Travel, 1950's-1970's [Contains Clippings]
8. Travel, Europe, 1940-1969
9. Travel, Europe, 1940-1969
10. Travel, Europe, 1940-1969
11. Travel, Europe, 1940-1969
12. Travel, Europe, 1940-1969
13. Travel, Europe, 1940-1969
14. Travel, Great Britain, Castles, 1954
15. Travel, Midwest, 1950-1969 [contains clippings]
16. Travel, Midwest, 1950-1969 [contains maps]


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Series 2: Education Career, 1937-1980

Box 1
Folder

1. Class Notes and Miscellaneous, circa 1955-1967
2. Class Notes and Miscellaneous, circa 1955-1967
3. Economics 1, Lectures and Notes, 1937-1938 [includes clippings]
4. Economics 4 [includes clippings]
5. Education 405, Community Analysis, Notes, 1961, undated
6. Education 405, Community Analysis of Amsterdam, New York, A Committee Report
7. Education 405, Community Analysis of Amsterdam, New York, A Committee Report
8. Exams, 1939-1976
9. Exams, 1939-1976
10. Exams, 1939-1976
11. Exams, 1939-1976
12. Government 1, Lectures, and Notes, 1936-1937 [includes clippings]
13. Government 3, Lecture Notes, 1937
14. Governments of the World, Lecture Notes, undated
15. History 2B, Lecture Notes, 1959
16. History 4 Lectures, 2nd semester, 1937-1938
17. History 4 Ext. (1937-1939) [includes clippings]
18. Labor Economics Extension Course, 1948
19. Miscellaneous, Educational Career, 1938-1941, undated
20. PAF 150, Bureaucracy, etc., 1972-1976
21. PAF 150, Course materials, clippings, 1976-1979
22. PAF 150, Lectures on the Environment, 1971-1980 (includes notes, clippings, and bulletins)
23. PAF 150, Lectures on the Environment, undated (includes notes, clippings, and bulletins)
24. PAF 150, Notes and Lectures on Man vs. Environment, Fall 1977 (also includes clippings, bulletins, and manuscripts)
25. PAF 150, Notes and Lectures on Man vs. Environment, Fall 1977 (also includes clippings, bulletins, and manuscripts)

Box 2
Folder

1. PAF 150, Notes and Lectures, Miscellaneous (includes clippings), 1979-1980
2. PAF 511, Land Use Policy, Notes on Land Use, 1977-1979
3. POS 150, Lecture Notes, circa 1966
4. POS 380, International Law, Final Exam, 1974, 1976, 1979
5. P.S. 12, Lecture Notes, circa 1965-1967
6. P.S. 100A, Notes on Committees of Correspondence [includes clover]
7. P.S. 131, Lecture Notes and Exams,
8. P.S. 214, Lecture Notes, circa 1960-1967 [contains clippings]
9. P.S. 216J, Lecture Notes, circa 1959-1967
10. P.S. 261 & 380, International Law, Notes on International Law, 1977 (also includes clippings and environmental notices)
11. P.S. 415, Lecture Notes, circa 1965-1967
12. Animal Experimentation, Student Essays for Contest, A-M, 1979
13. Animal Experimentation, Student Essays for Contest, N-Z, 1979
14. Independent Study Readings Course, Student Papers, 1979
15. PAF 150, Class Lists, 1979-1980, undated
16. PAF 150, Student Paper, "SERQA: An Insider's View," undated
17. PAF 150, Student Paper, "Term Project: The Bottle Bill," undated
18. PAF 510, Student Paper, "Intermediate Technology Toward a More Balanced Growth," 1976
19. PAF 510, Student Paper, "Land Use Controls to Direct Growth," 1976
20. PAF 510Q, Student Paper, "Wilderness in America," undated
21. PAF 511, Class Lists, undated
22. PAF 650, Student Paper, "An Analysis of the Impact of Real Property Appraisal...," 1978
23. PAF 650, Student Paper, "An Analysis of the Lands of the Town of Schodack.," 1978
24. POS 216, Student Bibliographies and Book Reviews, 1967
25. POS 403, Student Bibliographies and Book Reviews, 1962
26. POS 498, Student Paper. "Environmental Policy and the State Legislature," 1973
27. POS 531, Student Paper, "The Battle Over the Repeal of the Metcalf-Hatch Act," 1979
28. POS 580, Student Assignments, 1979
29. P.S. 12, Class List and Seating Chart, undated
30. P.S. 131, Summaries of Class Discussions, 1966
31. P.S. 214, Student Paper, "Comparison of the 4th and 5th French Republics...," undated
32. P.S. 216J, Student Bibliographies and Assignments, 1967
33. P.S. 261, Student Paper, "The Falkland Islands Dispute," 1964
34. P.S. 380, Class Lists, 1977
35. P.S. 415, Student Paper, "An Analysis of Certain Bills Introduced in the 1965 Session of the New York State Legislature," circa 1966
36. P.S. 415, Student Paper, "An Analysis of Senate Bill 1833 and Assembly Bill 3353," 1965
37. P.S. 415, Student Paper, "Grabbing on to an Idea: An Analysis of Legislation in Regard to Property Ownership as a Qualification for Voting," 1965
38. P.S. 415, Student Paper, "Status Report on Property Ownership and Voting," 1965
39. P.S. 415, Student Paper Outline, "County Government," 1965
40. Seminar Paper, "Disarmament: A Study in Paradox," 1956
41. Sketch of Robert Rienow and Poem, 1975
42. Student Assignment, "Lobbying: State vs. Federal," 1962
43. Student Assignments, Reports on Readings, 1960, 1963
44. Student Paper, "Expropriators Between the U.S. and the Three Latin American S Countries, undated
45. Student Paper, "The Gross National Cost of GPN: Effects on Environmental and Psychological Sanity," undated
46. Student Paper, "Role and Influence of Interest Groups on Educational Policy," undated


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Series 3: Writings, 1937-1974

Box 1
Folder

1. "Adirondacks Up for Grabs," Drafts and Notes, undated
2. "AEC: The Little Empire Within," Manuscript and Clippings, undated
3. The African Line of March, Drafts, Correspondence and Clippings, 1937
4. American Government in Today's World, Second Edition Promotional Poster, Undated
5. American Problems Today, Outline and Correspondence, 1956-1958
6. "American Standard of Living-Not for Export," Draft, Notes and Clippings, 1951-1958
7. "Anarchy of the Commons," Draft, undated
8. "Are Our Rivers Getting Too Hot to Live With?" Draft and Clippings, circa 1959
9. "The Assassination Belt," Drafts and Clippings, 1960
10. "Atomic Ignorance," Drafts, Correspondence, and Notes, 1958-1959
11. "The Battle for Children's Minds," Draft, Correspondence, and Notes, undated
12. "Beat the Atomic Age," Manuscripts, Notes, and Clippings, 1957-1959
13. The Bewitched Caverns, Leona Train Rienow, Manuscript, undated
14. "A Bit of a Go," Draft, undated
15. Book Drafts: Chapters 1-2 and 4, undated
16. Book Drafts: Chapter 5-International Bureaucracy, Chapter 8-Aristocracy of Conscience, undated
17. Book of Knowledge, "United States Congress," undated
18. Book of Knowledge, "United States Constitution," undated
19. Book of Knowledge, "United States Government," undated
20. Book Reviews, Miscellaneous, 1963-1972, undated
21. "Bursting With Pride," Manuscript, undated
22. "Can Our Rivers Be Saved?" Manuscript, Correspondence, and Clippings, 1960-1961
23. Compton's Articles, Drafts, and Correspondence, 1955-1958
24. Compton's Current, "U.S. Government," Drafts, Correspondence, and Notes, 1961-1963
25. Conklin, Roscoe, Untitled Article on, Drafts and Notes, undated
26. "Constitutional Amendments-Off Limits for the Governor?" Draft, Correspondence, and Clippings, 1959
27. "Consumer Cooperatives" (Chapter XXI), Manuscript and Notes, undated
28. Contemporary International Politics, Notes and Clippings, 1961
29. "The Darkening Veil," Manuscript, Drafts, and Correspondence, 1957
30. "Darker Side of Science/Dozen Ways to Beat the Atomic Age," Outline and Drafts, undated
31. Design of Dictatorship, Manuscript, 1938
32. Design of Dictatorship, Manuscript and Clipping, 1938
33. The Disposal of Waste Oil in Albany County, Report, 1974
34. "Does the World Need a New Lincoln?" Draft and Clippings, 1962
35. "Earth's Torment: The Sovereign State," Draft, undated
36. Elite-the Dilemma of the Make-Believe Democracies, Drafts and Clippings, undated
37. "Emerging Africa," Manuscript and Notes, circa 1966
38. Encyclopedia Article Sources, Notes and Comments, 1961-1963
39. "Fighting for Peer Life," Draft, undated
40. "Fined: Fifty Billion Dollars!" circa 1940-1941
41. "Forests and Skyscrapers," Manuscript, undated
42. "Going Places," Draft, undated
43. "How to Tell a Big Shot," Manuscript, Correspondence, and Clippings, circa 1964
44. "How We Pay for Our Jury Dodging/Does the World Need a New Lincoln?" Outline, Notes, and Correspondence, 1961
45. "Illusions of Internationalism," Drafts, circa 1974 [contains copy of The Nation]
46. Income Tax, Notes, undated
47. "La France Dit 'Non,' " Draft and Clippings, undated
48. "The Last Boss Sits Tight," Drafts, Notes and Clippings, 1961-1962
49. "Lawmaking for the Commons," Draft, undated
50. The Lonely Quest, Presidential Speech/Follow-up, Drafts, Clippings, and Notes, 1963-1967
51. "Manifesto for the Sea," Manuscript and Drafts, undated
52. "Manifesto from Halfway Up the Wall," Correspondence, Manuscripts, and Drafts, 1974
53. "Marx Was an Alien," Draft, undated
54. Metropolitan Maze, Notes, undated
55. Miscellaneous Manuscripts, undated
56. Moment in the Sun, Draft, undated
57. Moment in the Sun, Miscellaneous, 1967-1973 [contains clippings]
58. "Mutiny After the Bounty," Drafts, Correspondence, and Notes, 1939

Box 2
Folder

1. Natural Resources, Miscellaneous Articles, undated
2. "A New Look at Taxes," Manuscript, Outline, and Background Materials, 1963
3. "New Poisons in Our Streams," Draft, undated
4. "The New Presidency and the Cities," Research Proposal and Clippings, 1963
5. "Newspaper Know-How," Draft and Notes, undated
6. Of Snuff, Sin, and the Senate, "The Deep Pocket in the Black Frock Coat," Draft and Notes, undated
7. Of Snuff, Sin, and the Senate, "The Lusty Buccaneers," Draft and Notes, undated
8. Of Snuff, Sin and the Senate, Drafts, Notes, and Clippings, undated
9. Of Snuff, Sin and the Senate, Manuscript, Notes, and Clippings, undated
10. Of Snuff, Sin and the Senate, "Prophecy of Doom," Draft and Notes, undated
11. Of Snuff, Sin and the Senate, "Togas for Sale," Draft and Notes, undated
12. "One Man, One Vote," Drafts, Notes, and Clippings, 1960-1963
13. "The Opening Door to Teaching," Manuscript, undated
14. "Ordeal by Oil," Draft and Correspondence, 1961
15. "Our Colonial Guilt Complex-Let's Shove It!" Outline and Drafts, undated
16. Our New Life with the Atom, Correspondence and Clippings, 1958-1960
17. Our New Life with the Atom, Partial Draft, Notes and Clippings, undated
18. "Our Stake in Wilderness," Draft and Notes, undated
19. "A Parable in Power," Manuscript and Notes, undated
20. Paradise for Cats/Puss's Paradise, Drafts, undated
21. "People People Everywhere," Draft and Outline, undated
22. Perfidy at the Polls, Notes, undated
23. "Poison in the Rain," Manuscript, Drafts, and Correspondence, 1961
24. "Politics of Destruction/You'll Feel It in Your Bones," Drafts and Correspondence, 1957
25. "The Propaganda Weapon on the World Scene," Manuscript and Correspondence, 1959-1960
26. Publications, Reviews and Promotion, 1955-1956 [contains clippings]
27. "Red Tape Makes Me Blush," Draft, undated
28. Research Notes, undated
29. "The Rest Room Circuit," Drafts and Correspondence, 1964
30. "The 'Rue-It Yourself' Era," Proposal, Correspondence, and Notes, 1959
31. Sewers and Cesspools, Untitled Article, Drafts, undated
32. "The Sicker Sex," Manuscript and Correspondence, 1952
33. "Silence in the Galleries," Draft, undated
34. "Some Forgotten Slants on Selective Service," Drafts and Manuscript, undated
35. Swamps and Marches, Two Articles, circa 1959
36. "The Surrender to Cynicism," Manuscript and Correspondence, 1939
37. The Test of the Nationality of a Merchant Vessel, Outline and First Chapter, 1937
38. Texts Are Tools, Drafts, Correspondence and Notes, 1952-1958
39. "Those Peregrinating Plants," Drafts, Manuscript, and Correspondence, 1957
40. "Trifle with Cream," Draft, undated
41. "Urbiculture," Drafts and Clippings, circa 1960
42. "Water Famine-How Far Ahead?" Drafts, Notes, and Clippings, 1958-1961
43. "West Point, Farewell," Manuscripts, Drafts, and Correspondence, 1931
44. "What! No Lather?" Draft, undated
45. "What? No Soap?" Draft and Clipping, undated
46. "What We Don't Know About Our Political Parties," Drafts, 1960s
47. "What We Don't Know About the Atom"/"We Want the Truth About the Atom," Drafts, 1958
48. "When a Writer Takes to the Road," Manuscript and Correspondence, 1967
49. "Why Isn't Puerto Rico in the UN?" Drafts, Notes, and Clippings, 1961-1962

Box 3
Folder

1. "Will Your Home Burn for Lack of Water?" Drafts, Manuscripts, and Correspondence, 1961
2. The World Book Encyclopedia, "Citizenship" and "Naturalization," Draft, Correspondence, and Notes, 1956-1958
3. The World Book Encyclopedia, Notes, 1964
4. The Year of the Last Eagle, Draft, circa 1968? [contains clippings]
5. The Year of the Last Eagle, Draft, circa 1970
6. The Year of the Last Eagle, Draft, circa 1970
7. The Year of the Last Eagle, Draft, circa 1970
8. The Year of the Last Eagle, Draft, circa 1970

Box 4
Folder

1. The Year of the Last Eagle, Draft, circa 1970
2. The Year of the Last Eagle, Draft, circa 1970
3. The Year of the Last Eagle, Draft, circa 1970


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Series 4: Broadcasts, 1958-1969

Box 1
Folder

1. "The Energy Crisis," undated
2. Fear of Citizens Today-Mass [democracy], undated [includes clippings]
3. Living Patterns of Government, Fan Mail, Enclosures, 1958
4. Living Patterns of Government, Miscellaneous, 1958
5. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, 1958
6. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts and Lecture
7. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Notes, and Clippings, February 1958
8. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Notes, and Clippings, March 1958
9. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Notes, and Clippings, March 1958
10. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Notes, and Clippings, March 1958
11. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Notes, and Clippings, April 1958
12. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Notes, and Clippings, April 1958
13. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Notes, and Clippings, April 1958
14. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Notes, and Clippings, May 1958
15. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Outlines, and Notes, May 1958
16. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Notes, and Clippings, May 1958
17. Living Patterns of Government, TV Scripts, Clippings, and Notes, May 1958
18. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 1, 1968-1969
19. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 2, "Too Many People," 1968-1969
20. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 3, "The Growth Panic," 1968-1969
21. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 4, "Ever the Greatest Lean," 1968-1969
22. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 6, "The Great American Thirst," 1968-1969
23. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 5, 1968-1969
24. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 7, "Water Witches of the Future," 1968-1969
25. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 8, "Wilderness Our Wolf Mother," 1968-1969
26. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 9, "Wilderness and the Civilized Animal," 1968-1969
27. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 10, "When Man Plays God," 1968-1969

Box 2
Folder

1. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 11, "Parade of the Doomed," 1968-1969
2. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 12, "The Agony of the Cities," 1968-1969
3. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 13, "Strangulation By Freeway," 1968-1969
4. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 14, "The Outfalls May Be Our Downfall," 1968-1969
5. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 15, "Cold Statistics and Hot Pollution," 1968-1969
6. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 16, "The Darkening Veil," 1968-1969
7. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 17, "Air Rationing: The New Age," 1968-1969
8. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 18, "Color Me Green," 1968-1969
9. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 19, "A Dirty Four Letter Word," 1968-1969
10. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 20, "To Hear or Not to Hear," 1968-1969
11. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 21, "The Slow Kill," 1968-1969
12. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 22, "No Place to Flee To," 1968-1969
13. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 23, "What's Left in Davey Jones' Locker?" 1968-1969
14. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 24, "The Salt in Our Blood," 1968-1969
15. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 25, "The Escape Hatch," 1968-1969
16. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 26, "The Big Snow Job," 1968-1969
17. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 27, "Politics: Where the Big Show Down Is," 1968-1969
18. Man Against His Environment, Lecture 28, "Earthmanship," 1968-1969
19. Man Against His Environment, Miscellaneous, 1968-1969
20. Man Against His Environment, Student Guide, 1969
21. Overpopulation, Rough Drafts of Broadcasts, Notes, and Clippings, 1968-1971
22. Overpopulation, Rough Drafts of Broadcasts, Notes, and Clippings, 1968-1971
23. The Politics of Survival: Corruption at the Polls, undated
24. The Politics of Survival: President's Image [includes clippings], 1961
25. Radio Spots [also includes clippings], 1971


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Series 5: Speeches and Lectures, 1938-1976

Box 1
Folder

1. "Alternatives to Burning," undated
2. BSCS/CONPASS Meeting, Presentation, 1970
3. Capital Area School Boards Institute, 1964
4. Clippings and Anecdotes for Speeches, 1965
5. Conservation Speeches [includes clippings], 1954-1957, undated
6. Hands Across the Gap, 1972 [contains clippings]
7. Loose Notes, undated
8. New York State Council for the Social Studies, Speech, February 10-12, 1966
9. "The Park Program: It's Bigger Than You Think," undated
10. Politics of the Environment, Speeches, undated
11. "Politics of the Environment Backlash," undated
12. "Preying on the Preserve," 1956
13. Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1938-1960
14. Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1938-1960
15. Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1970, 1974, 1976, undated
16. Symposium on Citizenship Education, May 6-7, 1956
17. "Tinkering With Education Is Not Enough," Colloquium on Environmental Education, 1970
18. "Wildlife in Peril: Mammals of the Land," undated


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Series 6: Correspondence, 1939-1984

Box 1
Folder

1. Book and Magazine Publishers, 1954-May 1959
2. Book and Magazine Publishers, June 1959-1974
3. Book and Magazine Publishers, 1960-1968
4. Book and Magazine Publishers, 1961-1967
5. Book and Magazine Publishers, 1968-1980
6. Book of Knowledge, 1964-1966
7. Construction Companies, 1965
8. Corning, Erastus, 1967-1971
9. The Creaking Gate, 1973-1974
10. County Legislature Environmental, 1973, 1981
11. Defenders of Wildlife, 1971
12. Environmental, 1964-1973
13. Goldstein, Jerome, 1969
14. Goodfrey, Arthur (includes clippings), 1968-1981
15. Grafton, Wisconsin (includes clippings), 1975
16. Harry Walter Inc., Lectures, 1970-1972
17. Important Letters, 1965-1983
18. The Institute on Man and Science, 1967-1970
19. Literary Agents, 1972
20. The Lonely Quest, 1971
21. Man Against His Environment, 1969-1971
22. McGregor, Harvey, 1963-1965
23. Miscellaneous, 1939-1985
24. Miscellaneous, 1944-1966
25. Miscellaneous, 1948-1969
26. Miscellaneous, 1953-1968

Box 2
Folder

1. Miscellaneous, 1953-1980
2. Miscellaneous, 1954-1972
3. Miscellaneous, 1963-1980 [contains clippings]
4. Miscellaneous, B, 1963-1981
5. Miscellaneous, H, 1963-1981
6. Miscellaneous, K, 1962-1970
7. Miscellaneous, O, 1963-1983
8. Miscellaneous, P, 1958-1983
9. Miscellaneous, R, 1963-1982
10. Miscellaneous, S, 1963-1984
11. Miscellaneous, T, 1965-1968, 1982, 1985
12. Moment in the Sun, 1969-1975
13. National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, Accreditation Assignment, 1965
14. The Nature Conservancy, 1973
15. The New Star in the Sky, 1975
16. New York State Teachers Association
17. Non Voter-Correspondence (includes Clippings), 1960-1964
18. Of Snuff, Sin and the Senate, 1958-1963
19. Of Snuff, Sin and the Senate, 1965-1969
20. Our New Life With the Atom, 1958-1967
21. Permissions and Publicity, 1970-1980
22. Personal, 1946-1975
23. Publications, 1969-1977, undated
24. Requests, 1970
25. Research Foundation, 1960-1971, undated
26. School Affairs, 1958-1964
27. School Affairs-Student Related, 1961-1963
28. Speeches, 1973-1980
29. Speeches and Presentations, (includes notes and clippings), 1969-1971, undated
30. Somit, Albert, "Political Science and the Study of the Future." 1969-1970 (includes Clippings)
31. State and Local Government Notices and Correspondence (includes Clippings), 1954-1962
32. SUNY Albany and Related Materials: Student Letter and Transcript, 1976
33. The Test of the Nationality of Merchant Vessel, 1937-1938
34. Winch, Thomas, 1971, 1983
35. World Book Encyclopedia, 1965-1981


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Series 7: Subject Files, 1937-1980

Box 1
Folder

1. Adirondacks, 1959-1962 [contains clippings]
2. Albany County Environmental Advisory Council [contains clippings] 1971-1972, undated
3. American Institute of Biological Sciences, Bioscience (annotated), 1968
4. The Association for the Protection of the Adirondacks, Publication, 1973
5. Atomic Energy, 1956-1959 [includes clippings]
6. Atomic Energy, 1968-1970 [contains clippings]
7. Atomic Energy Publications, Philosophical Library, undated
8. "Atoms for Peace," New York State Library Exhibit, 1958
9. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1953, 1958
10. Cats, 1933, 1959, undated
11. Carthage College, President's Annual Report, 1963
12. China, undated
13. The Christian Science Monitor, January 11, 1939
14. Committee for Economic Development, 1958
15. Conference Board of Associated Research Councils, Program Announcements, 1963-1964
16. Coordinating Governments Through Regionalism and Reform, Volume 1, 1971
17. Defenders of Wildlife, 1967-1971
18. Defends of Wildlife, 1978-1980
19. Defenders of Wildlife Funding Proposal, 1978
20. Delaware Basin Bulletin, 1960
21. "Design of Dictatorship," Davis, Manuscript, undated
22. Congress Committee, Participant List, 1969
23. Fallout, 1950-1959 [includes clippings]
24. Fallout, 1950-1959 [includes clippings]
25. Fallout, 1950-1959 [includes clippings]
26. Fallout, 1950-1959 [includes clippings]
27. Fallout, 1960-1965 [contains clippings]
28. Follett Publishing Company, 1964-1965 [contains clippings]
29. Fluoridation of Water [includes clippings], 1955-1962
30. Forest Conservation, 1958-1963 [includes clippings]
31. Forest Preserve and Adirondack Water Supply, 1961-1962
32. Forests, 1957-1958, undated
33. Forestry, Publications, 1961-1964
34. Gerrymandering, Local, County, State Districting, 1961 [includes clippings]
35. "Guide to Research in Air Pollution," U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1962
36. The Izaak Walton Magazine, 1961-1962, 1964
37. Kaibab Squirrels, 1964

Box 2
Folder

1. Kennedy, John F., Los Angeles Times Articles on Assassination, 1963
2. The Living Wilderness, Adirondack Park, 1972-1973
3. Man Against His Environment, 1969-1971
4. Man Against His Environment, Notes, correspondence, articles, 1969-1971
5. Miscellaneous, 1960s
6. Miscellaneous Clippings, 1966-1969
7. Miscellaneous Environmental Articles and Low Proposals, 1969, undated
8. Motoring in Germany [includes Rienow travel notes], undated
9. The National Council of Farmer Cooperatives, Publications, 1947
10. National Parks Magazine, 1960, 1964
11. Natural Resources Journal, 1961
12. The Nature Conservancy [newsletter], 1956
13. New York State Assembly, Calendar of Bills, March 28, 1963
14. North Cascades Conservation Council, Publication, 1963
15. Nuclear Waste, Note Cards, circa 1958?
16. Nuclear Waste, Note Cards, circa 1958?
17. Nuclear Wastes and Accidents, 1959 [includes clippings]
18. Open Space and Parks, 1966-1968
19. Our New Life With the Atom, Articles on book and misc. [contains clippings], circa 1959
20. Our New Life With the Atom, Publicity Photographs, circa 1959
21. Overpopulation, Notes, Clippings, and Proposals, undated [folder 2 of 2]
22. Pesticides and Additives, 1964-1970 [contains clippings]
23. Policy Studies Journal, Policy Studies Organization, 1978
24. Potomac Appalachian Trail Club Bulletin, April-June 1968
25. A Practical Manual on the Medical and Dental Use of X-Rays with Control of Radiation Hazards, undated
26. Radiation, 1955-1958 [contains clippings]
27. Radiation, National Bureau of Standards, Handbook 52, Annotated, 1953
28. Radiation, 1955-1958 [includes clippings]
29. The Saratoga Associates, Report, "The Environmental Base Analysis," 1978
30. Science and Mathematics Teaching Center, Michigan State University, A Guide for Teaching Regional Environmental Planning, 1978
31. Select Committee on National Water Sources, United States Senate, Publication, 1960
32. Society of American Foresters, Publication, 1960
33. State of New York Adirondack Park Agency, Publication, undated
34. Soviet Union, 1941, 1949, undated
35. Ultraviolet Water Purification, undated
36. The University of the State of New York, Bulletin to the Schools, March 1953
37. U. S. Department of Agriculture, Water Resources, Publications, 1957, 1960
38. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Predator Damage in the West: A Study of Coyote Management Alternatives, 1978
39. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Publications, 1960
40. Vichy France, 1942 [contains clippings]
41. Water Pollution, Clippings and Articles, 1965-1970
42. Water Pollution, Miscellaneous Articles, Drafts, Notes, and Clippings, circa 1962
43. Water Resources, Publications, 1956-1959, undated

Box 3
Folder

1. Water Supply, 1950-1969 [contains clippings]
2. Water Supply, 1950-1969 [contains clippings]
3. Water Supply, 1950-1969 [contains clippings]
4. Wilderness/Forests, New York, Publications, 1958, undated
5. Wilderness, Miscellaneous, 1950-1958 [contains clippings]
6. Wilderness, Miscellaneous, 1959-1967
7. Wilderness Policy, Congressional Record, 1st Session, 88th Congress, 1963
8. The Wilderness Society, The Living Wilderness, 1959
9. Wildlife Management Institute, Publication, June 1962
10. Wildlife Protection/Animal Rights, 1947, 1964, undated

Box 4
Folder

1. Adirondacks, 1955-1978 [contains clippings]
2. Atoms, 1962, 1967
3. The Authors Guild, Inc., Standard Contract, 1972
4. Calling All Citizens, Correspondence Evaluation, 1964
5. Citizens to Save the Adirondack Park, 1972, 1976
6. Conservation, Miscellaneous, 1965-1973
7. Constitutional Council for the Forest Preserve, 1965-1966
8. Constitutional Council for the Forest Preserve, 1966-1967 [includes clippings]
9. Constitutional Council for the Forest Preserve, 1968-1969 [includes clippings]
10. County Government, November 1961
11. Defenders of Wildlife, 1972
12. Defenders of Wildlife, 1973
13. DNA-Government Controls, 1975-1971
14. DNA-SUNYA Involvement, 1976-1977
15. Environmental Conservation, Miscellaneous Articles and Clippings, 1967-1968
16. Environmental Policy Issues, Miscellaneous, 1974-1977, undated
17. Farming, 1948-1949 [includes clippings]
18. High Pay, Notes, 1975-1977
19. Highway Beautification, 1965
20. Institute for Public Policy Alternatives, Chronica, October 1994 [signed by Jerry Egerton]
21. International Relations-general, undated
22. International Relations-general, undated
23. Kids' Constitutional Assembly [contains clippings], 1937
24. Kodak, Pictures, etc., undated
25. Koe, Walter R., Ducks, Clippings and Photographs, 1961-1963
26. Megalopolis [includes clippings], 1962
27. Metropolitan Studies, 1964-1965
28. Miscellaneous, 1956-1971, undated

Box 5
Folder

1. Nature Conservancy, Activism, 1954-1958
2. Nature Conservancy, Activism, 1954-1958 [contains clippings]
3. New York Times-Redwood article, 1976
4. Nature Conservancy-Ecological Studies, 1961-1968
5. New York City Politics, undated
6. New York Environmental News, 1979
7. Project Chariot-Alaskan Explosion, 1959-1962 [contains clippings]
8. Radiation, 1958-includes clippings [folder 1 of 2]
9. Tivoli Park Nature Sanctuary, 1958 [contains clippings]
10. Washington Capital Info, 1947
11. We Couldn't Find the Word, undated
12. Zero Population Growth, 1951-1973 [contains clippings]
13. Zero Population Growth, 1951-1973 [contains clippings]
14. Overpopulation-Notes, Clippings and Proposals, 1965-1971


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Series 8: Printed Materials, 1932-1959

Box 1
Folder

1. American Federationist, "What They Say," July 1941
2. American Government in Today's World, Teacher's Manual, undated
3. American Legion Magazine, "They Call It Drinking Water!" October 1958
4. American Legion Magazine, "The American Eagle-Is It Doomed?" December 1959
5. American Problems Today, Teacher's Manual, 1955, 1958
6. Calling All Citizens, Tests and Suggestions for Developing an Evaluation Program, undated [see Boxes 3-4 for additional related material]
7. The Citizenship Journal, "Responsible Citizenship," Spring 1947
8. "The Fifth French Republic," 1959
9. Harper's Magazine, "The Day the Taps Run Dry," October 1958
10. Harper's Magazine, "Why Spoil the Adirondacks?" October 1959
11. Hi-Y at Work: A Guide to Legislative Proposals, 1941
12. New York State Education, "School and Statehouse," February 1938
13. New York State Education, "Law and Laymen," March 1938
14. New York State Education, "Plain People and Public Problems," April 1938
15. New York State Education, "High School Forums: A Treacherous Taboo," May 1938

Box 2
Folder

1. New York State Education, "High School Forums: Creating Civic Consciousness," June 1938
2. New York State and Local Government, Text by Robert Rienow, 1959
3. New York State College Alumni Quarterly, "We Are Not Alone," April 1942
4. Outdoor America, "No Voice Crying for the Wilderness," March 1940
5. "Pied Pipers of Exploitation," 1954
6. Saturday Review, Rienow Review, August 16, 1958
7. School and Society, "Where Teachers Shirk," July 24, 1957
8. Secondary Education, January 1939
9. Social Education, "Scholastic Panic," May 1939
10. State College News, Letter to the Editor, May 3, 1940
11. State College News, "The Comment States," May 7, 1941
12. Today's Living, "New York's Gigantic Thirst," December 27, 1959
13. Vital Speeches of the Day, "Screwball Authorities," February 1, 1940
14. Vital Speeches of the Day, "Lost: Labor's Love," May 15, 1941
15. The Wisconsin Journal of Education, "Building Character Through Self-Government," May 1932

Box 3
Folder

1. Calling All Citizens, Part One, circa June 1946
2. Calling All Citizens, Chapter I, circa 1942
3. Calling All Citizens, Chapter I, circa 1946
4. Calling All Citizens, Chapter II, undated
5. Calling All Citizens, Chapter II, circa 1942
6. Calling All Citizens, Chapter III, circa 1942
7. Calling All Citizens, Chapter III, circa June 1946
8. Calling All Citizens, Chapter IV, circa 1942
9. Calling All Citizens, Chapter IV, circa June 1946
10. Calling All Citizens, Chapter V, circa 1942
11. Calling All Citizens, Chapter V, circa June 1946
12. Calling All Citizens, Chapter VI, circa 1942
13. Calling All Citizens, Chapter VI, circa June 1946
14. Calling All Citizens, Chapter VII, circa 1942
15. Calling All Citizens, Chapter VII, circa June 1946

Box 4
Folder

1. Calling All Citizens, Chapter VIII, circa June 1946
2. Calling All Citizens, Chapter IX, circa 1942
3. Calling All Citizens, Chapter IX, circa June 1946
4. Calling All Citizens, Chapter X, circa 1942
5. Calling All Citizens, Chapter X, circa June 1946
6. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XI, circa 1942
7. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XI, circa June 1946
8. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XII, circa June 1946
9. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XIII, circa June 1946
10. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XIII, circa April 1947
11. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XIV, circa 1942
12. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XIV, circa April 1947
13. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XV, circa 1942
14. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XV, circa June 1946
15. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XVI, circa 1942
16. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XVI, circa June 1946
17. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XVII, circa 1942
18. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XVIII, circa 1942
19. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XIX, circa 1942
20. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XX, circa June 1946
21. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXI, circa June 1946
22. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXII, circa June 1946
23. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXIII, circa June 1946
24. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXIV, circa June 1946
25. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXV, circa June 1946
26. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXVI, circa June 1946
27. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXVIII, circa 1947
28. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXIX, circa June 1946
29. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXX, circa June 1946
30. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXXI, circa June 1946
31. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXXIII, circa 1942
32. Calling All Citizens, Chapter XXXV, circa June 1946
33. Calling All Citizens, Bibliography, circa 1947
34. Calling All Citizens, Review, Anderson Howard, undated


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Series 9: Audio Tapes, 1970-1973

Box 1
Folder

1. Center for Cassette Studies, Catalogs, 1972
2. Center for Cassette Studies, Catalogs, 1972
3. Center for Cassette Studies, Catalogs, 1972
4. The Ecological Spectrum, "Alternatives to Burning," Supplementary Materials, 1973
5. The Ecological Spectrum, "Coal and Strip Miners," Supplementary Materials, 1973
6. The Ecological Spectrum, "Darkness for Our Cities," Supplementary Materials, 1973
7. The Ecological Spectrum, "Mammals of the Seas," Supplementary Materials, 1973
8. The Ecological Spectrum, "Mammals of the Land," Supplementary Materials, 1973
9. The Ecological Spectrum, "Man Not as Killer, But Friend," Supplementary Materials, 1973
10. The Ecological Spectrum, "Oiligarchy," Supplementary Materials, 1973
11. The Ecological Spectrum, "The Place of Nuclear Power," Supplementary Material, 1973
12. The Ecological Spectrum, "The Shadows of Extinction," Supplementary Materials, 1973
13. The Ecological Spectrum, "Those That Fly," Supplementary Materials, 1973
14. The Ecological Spectrum, "Those That Swim," Supplementary Materials, 1973
15. The Environmental Scene, "The American Wilderness," Supplementary Materials, 1970
16. The Environmental Scene, "The Waters of Death," Supplementary Materials, 1970
17. Man Against His Environment, "The Agony of Our Cities," Supplementary Materials, 1971
18. Man Against His Environment, "The Big Snow Job," Supplementary Materials, 1971
19. Man Against His Environment, "Breathing Room," Supplementary Materials, 1971
20. Man Against His Environment, "The Cry for Conservation," Supplementary Materials, 1971
21. Man Against His Environment, "Echoes from Davey Jones' Locker," Supplementary Materials, 1971
22. Man Against His Environment, "Ecological Politics," Supplementary Materials, 1971
23. Man Against His Environment, "Ecology and the G.N.P." Supplementary Materials, 1971
24. Man Against His Environment, "Ecology: Where the Show-Down Is," Supplementary Materials, 1971
25. Man Against His Environment, "The Escape Hatch," Supplementary Materials, 1971
26. Man Against His Environment, "Junk is a Four-Letter Word," Supplementary Materials, 1971

Box 2
Folder

1. Man Against His Environment, "The Longing for Nature," Supplementary Materials, 1971
2. Man Against His Environment, "No Place to Flee," Supplementary Materials, 1971
3. Man Against His Environment, "The Noise Makers," Supplementary Materials, 1971
4. Man Against His Environment, "Nuclear Power and Pollution," Supplementary Materials, 1971
5. Man Against His Environment, Our Vanishing Wildlife," Supplementary Materials, 1970
6. Man Against His Environment, "Paved with Good Intentions?" Supplementary Materials, 1971
7. Man Against His Environment, "Poison Planet," Supplementary Materials, 1971
8. Man Against His Environment, "Population Shock," Supplementary Materials, 1971
9. Man Against His Environment, "The Salt in Our Blood," Supplementary Materials, 1971
10. Man Against His Environment, "Take a Deep Breath," Supplementary Materials, 1971
11. Man Against His Environment, "Troubled Waters," Supplementary Materials, 1971
12. Man Against His Environment, "Water Witches of the Future," Supplementary Materials, 1971

Box 3
Folder

The Ecological Spectrum, "Alternatives to Burning," Audio Tape, 1973
The Ecological Spectrum, "Coal and the Strip Miners," Audio Tape, 1973
The Ecological Spectrum, "Mammals of the Land," Audio Tape, 1973
The Ecological Spectrum, "Mammals of the Sea," Audio Tape, 1973
The Ecological Spectrum, "Man Not as Killer, but as Friend," Audio Tape, 1973
The Ecological Spectrum, "The Place of Nuclear Power," Audio Tape, 1973
The Ecological Spectrum, "Oiligarchy," Audio Tape, 1973
The Ecological Spectrum, "The Shadows of Extinction," Audio Tape, 1973
The Ecological Spectrum, "Those That Fly," Audio Tape, 1973
The Ecological Spectrum, "Those That Swim," Audio Tape, 1973
The Environmental Scene, "The American Wilderness," Audio Tape, 1970
The Environmental Scene, "The Waters of Death," Audio Tape, 1970
Man Against His Environment, "The Agony of Our Cities," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Breathing Room," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "The Big Snow Job," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "The Cry for Conservation," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Echoes from Davey Jones' Locker," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Ecological Politics," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Ecology and the G.N.P.," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Ecology: Where the Show-Down Is," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "The Escape Hatch," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Junk Is a Four-Letter Word," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "The Longing for Nature," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "No Place to Flee," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Nuclear Power and Pollution," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Paved with Good Intentions?," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Poison Planet," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Population Shock," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "The Salt in Our Blood," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Take a Deep Breath," Audio Tape, 1971
Man Against His Environment, "Troubled Waters," Audio Tape, 1971
Man and His Physical Environment, "Our Vanishing Wildlife," Audio Tape, 1971


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