History of the Forest Service in the Southwest Photograph Collection, 1930-1960

  • Title: History of the Forest Service in the Southwest Photograph Collection
  • Creator: United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region
  • Date: 1930-1960
  • Collection Number: PICT 000-459
  • Size: 2 folders (27 photoprints ; 20 x 25 cm and 9 photonegatives; 35 mm)
  • Repository: University of New Mexico Center for Southwest Research
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  • Scope and Content: Photographs taken at the following National Forests in New Mexico and Arizona: Apache, Cibola, Coronado, Santa Fe, Kaibab, Lincoln, Prescott, and Tonto. Recreation facilities are pictured with families picnicing, camping, hiking, looking at exhibits. Rancho Real at Jemez Springs is pictured in both an exterior and an interior view, the latter an excellent example of a Southwestern "dude ranch" decor. Also includes: gondola ski lift in operation, deer shot by hunters, horse and trailer, camping trailers, early model automobile stuck in rocks near a stream, erosion of road beside stream and erosion protection measures taken along stream bank, trees, bulldozer and logging equipment.
  • Access Terms:
    • Camps
    • United States. Dept. of Agriculture
    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region
    • Santa Fe National Forest (N.M.)
    • Prescott National Forest (Ariz.)
    • Lincoln National Forest (N.M.)
    • Kaibab National Forest (Ariz.)
    • Jemez Springs (N.M.)
    • Coronado National Forest (Ariz. and N.M.)
    • Apache National Forest (Ariz. and N.M.)
    • Cibola National Forest (N.M.)
    • Forests and Forestry -- Southwestern States
    • Recreation areas