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Robert Wolf oral history project
Transcription of a series of interviews conducted from 1989-2001 at the Mansfield Library, University of Montana, at Missoula. Wolf chiefly discusses his career in the US government: Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, Bureau of the Budget, Office of the Comptroller General, and the Congressional Research Service; topics include: his role in creation of the Wilderness Act, National Forest Management Act (1976), and other forestry legislation; his recollections as a staff member on various congressional committees related to forestry management and policy.
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Millen, Ronald. and Blackman, Barbara. and Wolf, Robert Erich. Ronald Millen interviewed by Barbara Blackman [sound recording] Australian/Harvard Citation. Robert Wolf is Executive Director of the Free River Press. He is a writer and teacher who has lived and worked in many regions of the country and now runs private seminars and workshops. He is the author of An American Mosaic: Poetry and Prose by Everyday Folk (OUP, ).Price: $
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Robert Wolf oral history transcripts Date Creator Wolf, Robert, Extent 1 Linear Feet Repository David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library. Collection Overview. Chiefly transcripts of over 50 interviews for the Bob Wolf oral history project. Subjects include the Aztec Land and Cattle Company, ; below-cost timber.
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Robert Wolf Interviews Oral History Project Robert Wolf discusses the forest industry’s “four points” agenda. He also describes a timber industry caper, and President Richard Nixon’s tax woes during the Nixon impeachment hearings of Get this from a library. Robert Wolf interview, Apr.
[Robert Wolf; Dan Hall; Jim Lowe] -- Robert Wolf explains the history of the Youth Conservation Corps from its forerunner, the Civilian Conservation Corps, to the legislation enacted between and.
Robert Wolf discusses the history of capital gains tax policy from the s through to the s and its effect on the timber industry. He explains how the policy could be a subsidy for the forest products industry. Wolf also describes the congressional maneuvering related to the policy as well as the role of Senator Bob Packwood.
He finishes by talking about timber companies abuse of the : Robert E. Wolf. Robert Wolf gives a lecture at the University of Montana on the National Forest Management Act and describes governmental changes since he started work in Washington in Wolf discusses the political processes by which bills are developed and enacted.
He also describes the role of political action and pressure groups especially with respect to clearcutting and the roles of Senators Herman.
Get this from a library. Robert Wolf interview, Nov. [Robert Wolf; Dan Hall; David H Jackson] -- Robert Wolf takes up the early history of log exports, the Morse Amendment ofdifferences between Alaska and the lower 48 states, abuse of the Tongass Forest in Alaska, Native American sales to.
Get this from a library. Robert Wolf interview, Apr. [Robert Wolf; Dan Hall] -- Robert Wolf pauses at this mid-point in this interview collection with a reminder that all events and personalities described within these oral histories reflect his viewpoint.
From there he goes on. Get this from a library. Robert Wolf interview, Nov. [Robert Wolf; Dan Hall] -- Wolf focuses on past attempts at reorganizing the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. During the Nixon administration this involved an attempt to readjust regional Forest Service boundaries.
Robert Wolf () was a professional forester and a forest policy analyst in Washington, D.C., whose career spanned forty-five years with the USDA Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of the Budget, the U.S.
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Robert Wolf explains the history of the Youth Conservation Corps from its forerunner, the Civilian Conservation Corps, to the legislation enacted between andthe parts played by Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon B.
Johnson, and John F. Kennedy, and some of the background philosophies. Robert Wolf and interviewers talk about the events leading up to and following the passage of the National Forest Management Act of The issues discussed include principles behind the act, congressional activities, the motivations of specific people.
Story Jazz book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Robert Wolf Interviews Oral History Project This collection includes interviews with former Bureau of Land Management administrator Robert Wolf. Wolf details the history of the Forest Service from toits practices, legislation, controversies, the Congressional processes by which specific laws are enacted or defeated and the roles of.
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He and students from Red Lake high school published two books of oral history: To Walk the Red Road and We Choose To Remember. Robert Wolf has been connected to Stevens since he was a child.
His father, George Wolf (Stevens class of ) would often take Bob to campus for alumni and sporting events. To learn more about our oral history project, or to inquire about participating, please contact Leah Loscutoff, Head of Archives & Special Collections: [email protected].
Robert Wolf has seen America in ways that few people have. "Wolf's approach to oral history is unique His work is more than a lament, it is a battle cry," remarked literary lion .Wolf was a member of the President’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board. This is the edited transcript of an interview conducted by producer Jim Gilmore on Dec.
9, Robert Wolf.The Writer Within is a concise guide that offers writing techniques from Robert Wolf's Free River Press workshops.
The Writer Within grew out of Wolf's 24 years of teaching writing to people at all levels in community workshops. Rooted in the oral tradition, Wolf's methods include storytelling.