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Aleza Lake Experiment Station Histories and Background
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File consists of:
- "A Summary of Historical Orders-in-Council affecting the Aleza Lake Forest Reserve", Mike Jull, 18 Dec. 1996
- Photocopied memorandum from F.S. McKinnon regarding "Transfer of Aleza Lake to D.F. Prince George", 9 Sept. 1963
- Photocopied 1928 article by P.M. Barr from Forestry Chronicle 4(3) entitled "The Aleza Lake Experiment Station: Its Development and Purpose"
- "A Brief History of the Aleza Lake Experiment Station", [Tim Decie, 1981?]
- Contact information for living relatives of Percy Barr, as of 1990
- Photocopy of 1930 article by Percy Barr entitled "Spruce Reproduction in British Columbia"
- Photocopy of records from BC Archives from a visit by Harry Coates from the file GR 1348 "The Young Mens Forestry Training Program"
- Photocopy of excerpt regarding "Amanita Lake/Diameter Limit Logging"
- Various small-scale maps and charts regarding Aleza Lake
- "Aleza Lake Research Forest Information Session Notes with Mike Jull, Manager of ALRF"
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