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Page 3, Dedication
Page 4, The Staff
Page 6, Editorial Comment
On the Campus
Pages 8-9, The Faculty
Page 10, Forestry Club
Page 11, Xi Sigma Pi
Pages 12-15, The Seniors
Page 16, The Juniors
Page 17, The Sophomores
Page 18, The Freshman
Pages 19-20, Senior Camp
Pages 21-22, Sophomore Camp
Pages 23-24, Departmental Affairs
Page 25, In Memoriam
Pages 26-27, Foresters on the Campus
In the Field
Pages 29-32, Where Are We Going in Conservation? -- S. A. Silcox, Chief of Forest Service
Pages 33-35, Management of the Woodcock -- G. A. Swanson, Assistant Prof. of Game Management
Pages 36-39, Timberland Valuation -- P. T. Coolidge, Supervisor of Federal Land Bank
Pages 40-42, Correction of White Pine Weevil Injury -- Assoc. Professor Chauncey Chapman
With the Alumni
Pages 43-56, 340 men have graduated from the University of Maine Forest School. They are engaged in Honduras, in China, in Puerto Rico, in Alaska, and in thirty-eight of our United States, and they practically command forestry in New England. This section of our book brings you interesting notes on these men and their work.

Publication Date

1937

Publisher

University of Maine

City

Orono, ME

Keywords

Forestry, College yearbooks, University of Maine, College students, 1930s

Disciplines

Forest Sciences

Maine Forester: 1937

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