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Series 1. Writings 1971-2013

Physical Description: 4 linear feet

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Contains manuscripts and published versions of his writings which include book chapters, articles, proceedings, research reports, notes, abstracts, book reviews, and selected presentations authored or jointly authored by Bainbridge
Arranged chronologically by publication date.
Box 1:1

The Next 30 Years 1971

Box 1:2

"A Legislative Commentary," at a workshop in Environmental Impact Analysis Summary 1971 November

Box 1:3

Proposed Interim Guidelines for the Preparation and Evaluation of Environmental Impact Statements under the California Environmental Quality Act 1971 November 4

Box 1:4

Man and the City: the Human Ecosystem 1972

Box 1:5

Workshop on Environmental Impact Statement, Preparation and Review: Preparatory Readings (letter only) 1972 June 28

Box 1:6

Guidelines for the Preparation and Review of Environmental Impact Statements: A section of the Conservation Element, Davis, California 1972

Box 1:7

The Conservation Element and the General Plan: Davis 1972

Box 1:8

Wilderness Ethics 1973

Box 1:9

Walk Softly 1973

Box 1:10

Environmental Quality Party 1973

Box 1:11

Powered Bike Lights Mulled, article published in the Davis Enterprise mentions Bainbridge 1973 December 7

Box 1:12

Wells Gray Trip, sketches and photographs 1973

Box 1:13

Environmental Impact: Pioneer Park 1973

Box 1:14-15

Bike Accidents in Davis, published in the California Aggie 1974 January 8

Box 1:16

Environmental New Town Prospectus 1974

Box 1:17-18

Putah Creek Bikeway 1974

Box 1:19

The Tall Walking Rain 1974

Box 1:20

Environmental Impact: Richards Boulevard Undercrossing 1974

Box 1:21

Fresno County Regional Bikeways: Preliminary Plan 1974 April 15

Box 1:22

Yosemite Bikeway, published in Sunset, mentions Bainbridge 1974

Box 1:23

Merced River Bikeway Proposal 1974

Box 1:24

Touring, bicycle 1974

Box 1:25

Trail Management published in Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 1974

Box 1:26

Trail Management in Yosemite National Park 1974

Box 1:27

Cover photograph of bike touring, published in Bike World 1974

Box 1:28

Pack Ice, poem, published in the California Aggie 1974

Box 1:29

Energy Conservation in Neighborhood Planning City of Indio 1975 November

Box 1:30

Planning for Bicycles in Indio 1975 December 2

Box 1:31

An Ordinance Establishing Energy Conservation Performance Standards for Residential Construction Within the City of Indio 1975

Box 1:32

Towards an Environmental New Town 1975

Box 1:33

Yosemite Bikeway: A Sketch Plan 1975

Box 1:34

Touring Tips for Would Be Bikers, published in Colorado Outdoors and Wonderful West Virginia 1975

Box 1:35

Jon Hammond: Another Quiet Solar Energy Pioneer, published in Mother Earth News 1975 November

Box 1:36

Cover photograph of bike touring, published in Bike World [1975] January-February

Box 1:37

Seismic Safety Element: Winters 1975

Box 1:38

An Ordinance Establishing Energy Conservation Performance Standards for Residential Construction Within the City of Davis 1975

Box 1:39

Bikeway Planning and Design 1976

Box 1:40

An Ordinance Establishing Solar Rights in New Residential Development in Davis 1976

Box 1:41

Energy Conservation for Small Towns, published in Small Towns 1976 November

Box 1:42

Environmental New Town 1976

Box 1:43

Energy Self-Sufficiency/Energy Conservation Bibliography, Council of Planning Librarians Exchange Bibliography #1013 1976 March 19

Box 1:44

Sand and Gravel Resources and Land Use Planning: A Bibliography 1976

Box 1:45

Poems, published in Argus 1976

Box 1:46

The Case For Solar Rights 1976

Box 1:47

The Cool Room: A Practical Demonstration of Passive Solar Building Design 1976

Box 1:48

Bicycle Parking 1976

Box 1:49

Living Systems 1976

Box 1:50

Planning For Energy Conservation, Draft Report prepared for the City of Davis 1976

Box 1:51

Land Capability Analysis For Planning and Decision Making 1976

Box 1:52

Davis Retrofit Manual 1976

Box 1:53

Design with Climate: The Davis Energy Conservation Building Code 1976

Box 1:54

Here Comes the Sun: Caveat Emptor 1976-1977

Box 1:55

Community Design For Energy Conservation 1976

Box 1:56

Vans or Parking Structure: Energy and Financial Comparison 1976 March 5

Box 1:57

New State Office Building Site No. 1 1976 August 31

Box 1:58

A variety of essays and articles in The Davis Energy Conservation News. 1976

Box 1:59

Me and Morris 1977 February

Box 1:60

A Design Guide for Residential Areas, blurb about it by Bainbridge 1977 Summer

Box 1:61

Davis Energy Conservation Report, blurb about it by Bainbridge 1977 Fall

Box 1:62

Creatures of the Night 1977

Box 1:63

Environmental Factors Effecting Solar System Design 1977 August 8

Box 1;64

Free Standing Mass Element: An Ideal Solar Home for the Mass Market and the Do-It-Yourselfer 1977

Box 1:65

Performance Requirements for Solar Homes 1977 August 8

Box 1:66

Davis Energy Conservation Report 1977 April

Box 1:67

Solar Access: A Local Responsibility 1978 December

Box 1:68

Staff Report: In Support of Interim Guidelines & Criteria Proposed for Adoption and Inclusion in Title 20, Chapter Two of the California Adminstrative Code 1978

Box 1:69

Solar Rights: The New Legal Frontier 1978

Box 1:70

Natural Cooling: Practical Use of Climate Resources For Space Conditioning in California 1978

Box 1:71

Natural Lighting 1978 June 1

Box 1:72-73

Breadbox Designs, published in Alternative Sources of Energy 1978 October

Box 1:74

Bainbridge House: Air Temperature 1978

Box 1:75

Trees For America's Future 1978

Box 1:76-77

Bainbridge House: a Passive House for the Mass Market, published in Alternative Sources of Energy 1978

Box 1:78

Solar House Plans 1978

Box 1:79

Natural Cooling: Practice Use of Climate Resources for Space Conditioning in California 1978

Box 1:80-81

The Davis Experience, published in Solar Age 1978

Box 1:82

The Indio Cool Pool Experiment, published in Alternative Sources of Energy 1978

Box 1:83

Book review 1978 April

Box 1:84

California's New Solar Tax Credit, published in Solar Age 1978 June

Box 1:85

Natural Cooling: Practical Use of Climate Resources for Space Conditioning in California 1978

Box 1:86

California Solar Houses Case Studies: Bakersfield and Inyokern 1978

Box 1:87

A Simple Solar House for California; Case Studies for the Seven Major Growth Areas of California 1978

Box 1:88

A Simple Solar School, At Last 1978

Box 1:89

How To Build a Water Wall, published in Solar Age 1979

Box 1:90

Passive Solar: An Investment in Jobs, published in Energy and Alternatives 1979 Winter

Box 1:91

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas 1979

Box 1:92

Residential Street Design for Energy Conservation 1979

Box 1:93

Water Wall Passive Systems: For New and Retrofit Construction 1979

Box 1:94

Buying a Tractor for Small Homestead; Renovating Old Tools, published in Countryside 1979 April

Box 1:95

Water Wall Solar Clerestory Home for the Sunbelt, published in Solar Greenhouse Digest 1979 August-September

Box 1:96

Lucille Bainbridge, published in Southwest Art 1979 July

Box 1:97

How to Build a Water Wall and Tips on Disguising It, published in Solar Age 1979 August

Box 1:98

The Solar Simultator 1979

Box 1:99

The Solar Survey, (book review) published in Winds of Change 1979 October

Box 1:100

Quantitative Land Capability Analysis. USGS Professional Paper #945 1979

Box 1:101

Patwin: An Energy Self-Sufficient New Town 1979 April 6

Box 1:102

Energy Efficient Neighborhood Design 1979 February 24

Box 1:103

The Deadman 1979

Box 1:104

Passive Heating and Cooling, published in Winds of Change 1979

Box 1:105

A Passive Solar Doctor's Office, published in Fifth Passive Solar Conference Proceedings 1980

Box 1:106-107

Confessions of an Energy Professional, published in CoEvolution Quarterly 1980 Spring

Box 1:108-109

Building and Selling the Solar Home 1980

Box 1:110

Passive Solar Homes for the Mass Market 1980

Box 1:111

Passive Solar Systems are More Comfortable, published in Solar Living and Solar Greenhouse Digest 1980 April-May

Box 1:112

Land Use Study for the Sebastopol Apple Promotion Committee 1980

Box 1:113

Year of the Sun Calendar 1980

Box 1:114

Tessie's Turtles and the Big Hurrican 1980 November 25

Box 1:115

Your Refrigerator and Freezer May be Eating You Out of House and Home 1980

Box 1:116

Does Heating with Wood Make Cents and Solar Apartments Here and Now, published in Winds of Change 1980

Box 1:117

Moved-In Mass, published 1in Solarizing Your Present Home 1981

Box 1:118

The Hinged Shutter, published in Solarizing Your Present Home 1981

Box 1:119

Air Conditioning Without Air Conditioners, published in Solarizing Your Present Home 1981

Box 1:120

The Integral Passive Solar Water Heater Book, advertisement for 1981

Box 1:121

Water Walls For Passive Solar Design 1981

Box 1:122-124

Sunridge: The Homes With A Bright Future 1981

Box 1:125

All You Really Need to Know About Passive Solar Design in One Page 1981

Box 2:1

Integral Passive Solar Water Heaters 1981 December 8

Box 2:2

A Solar Chimney 1981 April 1

Box 2:3

Solar Home Tour Information 1981

Box 2:4

Solar Pioneer Honored 1981

Box 2:5

Award of Distinction for Loren Neubauer 1981

Box 2:6

Integral Passive Solar Water Heater Performance 1981

Box 2:7

Self Reliance: A New Policy for Defense 1981

Box 2:8

Acorns are for Eating, published in Countryside 1981 December

Box 2:9-10

Ohio Firm Buys Passive Solar Institute, article mentions Bainbridge 1981 December

Box 2:11

How to Help Your House Help You, Sunridge Homeowners Manual 1981

Box 2:12

Specialist Recommends Passive Solar Systems, interview in Statesman Journal 1981

Box 2:13

Do-It-Yourself Insulated Shutters 1981

Box 2:14

The Urban Bike 1981

Box 2:15

A Three Tank Integral Passive Solar Water Heater 1981 July 5

Box 2:16

Book Review 1981

Box 2:17

House of the Month, article mentions Bainbridge 1981 January

Box 2:18

Farm Accounts 1982: A Very Bad Year 1982

Box 2:19

Permaculture Primer 1982

Box 2:20

Mesa Verde, published in Bike Report 1982 May-June

Box 2:21

Biographical Sketch 1982

Box 2:22

The Gift of Good Land, blurb about by Bainbridge 1982 Spring

Box 2:23

Carbon Monoxide: The Quiet Killer, published in Countryside 1982 November

Box 2:24

Passive Solar Heating and Cooling with a Water Wall 1982 May

Box 2:25-26

Sun Ridge: A Subdivision for the 80's 1982 January

Box 2:27

Super-Insulated Home Uses Passive Solar 1982 May

Box 2:28

The Water Wall Solar Home Book 1982

Box 2:29

Water Wall Manual 1983

Box 2:30

The Tall Walking Rain: A Canoer and Kayakers Paradise Wells Grey Provincial Park 1983?

Box 2:31

A House 1983

Box 2:32

Year End Report 1982

Box 2:33

Thermo-Brite System Applications in Swine Production 1983?

Box 2:34

Book Review of Volcano Weather 1983

Box 2:35

To Horse to Horse 1983

Box 2:36

A Union of Pen and Plow: Parity Plan for Pulp, published in The Wall Street Journal 1983 March 8

Box 2:37

Get Outside and Grow Something, published in San Francisco Chronicle 1983 May 1

Box 2:38

Building a Water Wall Passive Solar House Or, Water Isn't Just Something You Mix With Scotch 1983

Box 2:39

Blurb about Bioengineering for Land Reclamation and Conservation 1983 April

Box 2:40-41

Farewell 1983

Box 2:42

San Francisco Book Festival, appearance by Bainbridge at 1983

Box 2:43-44

Techniques For Plotting Shadow Patterns 1983 March

Box 2:45-46

The Solar Simulator 1983 March

Box 2:47

Ideas for Passive Solar Water Heaters, drawings by Bainbridge 1983

Box 2:48-49

Build A Water-Wall Home, published in Mother Earth News 1983 November-December

Box 2:50

A Question of Priorities, editorial. published in Solar Utilization News 1983 December

Box 2:51

Passive Solar Designs: The Basics in Easy Lessons 1983 February

Box 2:52

Too Many Lawyers - Not Enough Ecologists 1983

Box 2:53

Acorns: The Grain That Grows on Trees, published in Mother Earth News 1984 September-October

Box 2:54

We Could get Along Fine Without Farm Chemicals, published in The Los Angeles Times 1984 February 26

Box 2:55

Curriculum vitae 1984 November

Box 2:56

Solar Fact Sheet for Realtors 1984 April

Box 2:57

Johnston-Bainbridge Impact Matrix 1984

Box 2:58

Build An Integral Passive Solar Water Heater, published in Mother Earth News 1984 January-February

Box 2:59

Superinsulation in the Northwest, published in Solar Utilization News 1984 August

Box 2:60

GFA Member's 'Slug and Snail Stopper' 1984 July

Box 2:61

Build a Rack for Your Pickup 1984

Box 2:62

A Simple Solar Design: Building an Energy Efficient Shell 1984

Box 2:63

Ecological Education: Time for a New Approach, published in Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 1985

Box 2:64

The Rise of Agriculture: A New Perspective, published in AMBIO 1985

Box 2:65

The Mighty Oaks of Our Continent, book review published in San Francisco Chronicle 1985 February 3

Box 2:66

Oregon Tests Superinsulation, published in Solar Age 1985 February

Box 2:67

Children of the Trees, published in Sierra Club Yodeler 1985

Box 2:68

Will the Rains Return?, published in Not Man Apart 1985 May

Box 2:69

Man of Vision Plants Trees in Berkeley, article about Bainbridge 1985 April 25

Box 2:70

Acorns: A Crop for the Future, published in Unasylva 1985

Box 2:71

Oaks and Acorns, published in Permaculture Activist 1985 Fall

Box 2:72

Racing School Diary 1985

Box 2:73

An Ecology-Environmental Science Magnet School, Franklin Community Organization and Urban Ecology 1985 April 15

Box 2:74

Twenty Degrees and Twenty Years Apart 1985

Box 2:75

Acorns and the California Indians: A Mutual Dependence 1985

Box 2:76-77

Sustainable Agriculture, published in Sierra Club Yodeler 1986 March

Box 2:78

Mesquite as Fuelwood, published in Permaculture Activist 1986 Summer

Box 2:79

Permaculture: Farming for the Future, published in Daily Californian 1986 September 4

Box 2:80

The 2nd International Permaculture Conference 1986 August 8-10

Box 2:81-82

Revegetation in the Low Desert Region of California With Emphasis on the Small Leaved Woodlands 1986 December 31

Box 2:83

Eichen, Eicheln, published in Oko Journal 1986

Box 2:84

Self Reliant Agriculture For Arid and Semi-Arid Lands 1986

Box 2:85

Granite Mountains Reserve and Sacramento Mountains Reserve 1986 April

Box 2:86

Sand Tanks for Dry Land Water Storage 1986

Box 2:87

Building on the Ecological Ethic 1986 January 24

Box 2:88

The Ecologist as Detective: Arroyo Cutting in the Southwest 1986

Box 2:89

Building With Straw Bales 1986 September

Box 2:90

Permaculture Primer 1986

Box 2:91-92

Quercus, A Multi-Purpose Tree For Temperate Climates, published in International Tree Crops Journal 1986

Box 2:93

High Performance Low Cost Buildings of Straw, published in Agriculture, Ecosystems, Environment 1986

Box 2:94

Straw Bale Buildings, published in Permaculture Journal 1986

Box 2:95

Acorn Testers News 1986

Box 2:96-97

Pitcher Irrigation 1987 May

Box 2:98

Energy Self-Reliant Neighborhoods 1987

Box 2:99

Agroforestry and the Need for Institutional Reform, published in Cookstove News 1987 Summer

Box 2:100

Straw Bale Construction, published in the 12th Passive Solar Conference Proceedings 1987

Box 2:101-102

Internal-Flue Pots for Improved Efficiency, published in Cookstove News 1987 Summer

Box 2:103

Deep Containers for Revegetation in Dry Environments 1987 April

Box 2:104

The Use of Acorns for Food in California: Past, Present, Future 1987

Box 2:105

Improving Management of World's Dry Lands, published in Los Angeles Times 1987

Box 2:106

Revegetation in the Colorado Desert: Lessons From the Study of Natural Systems 1987

Box 2:107

Rediscovering Acorns 1987-1988

Box 2:108

Acorn Gourmet is No Nut Case, article about Bainbridge 1987 December 1

Box 2:109

Pitcher Irrigation: Working Paper #1 1987 May

Box 2:110

The need for ecological perspective in developing agroforestry systems for arid and semi-arid lands, (abstract). Program and Abstracts Issue 72nd Annual ESA Meeting - Columbus, Ohio 1987 July

Box 2:111

Agroforestry in the San Joaquin Valley 1987 November 18

Box 2:112

Deep Containers for Revegetation in Dry Environments 1987

Box 2:113

The Need for Ecological Perspective in Developing Agroforestry Systems for Arid and Semi-arid Lands 1987 August 25

Box 2:114

Acacia albida 1987

Box 2:115

Multi-purpose Tree Crops for Dry Lands 1987

Box 2:116

Multi-purpose Tree Crops 1987

Box 2:117

Planting mesquite, carob, and similar seeds 1987 June 2

Box 2:118

Restoring the Earth, planning committee member 1987

Box 2:119

Clay Pots for Efficient Irrigation, published in International Ag-Sieve 1988

Box 2:120

Second Biennial Desert Conference 1988 May 6-7

Box 2:121

The Oaks: A Neglected Multiuse Tree Crop, published in IFOAM Conference Proceedings 1988

Box 2:122

Selenium in California, Volume 1 1988 June

Box 2:123

The Restoration of Agricultural Lands and Dry Lands 1988 January 13

Box 2:124

Curriculum vitae 1988 November

Box 2:125

Better Homes with Gardens, published in Amandla 1988 June 10

Box 2:126-127

A Bibliography of Selenium in Plants and Other Issues of Importance for Selenium Management with Vegetation 1988

Box 2:128

The Potential Use of Vegetation for Selenium Management at Kesterson Reservoir: Final Report 1988 October 26

Box 2:129

Key Concepts: Questionnaire: UC Sustainable Agriculture Information Project 1988

Box 2:130

Drylander, contributions to 1987-1988

Box 2:131

Oaks in California: A Neglected Resource 1988

Box 2:132

Sustainable Agriculture for California: A Guide to Information 1988 August

Box 2:133

Straw Bale Construction 1988 September 1

Box 2:134

The Farming World: Revegetating Arid Lands and The Farming World: Scientists Turn to Centuries Old Water Management Techniques, mentions Bainbridge 1988

Box 2:135

Selenium Problems in California: A Systems Approach, The Economics of the Predominant Crop--Cotton 1988

Box 2:136

An Introduction to the Mesquites 1988

Box 2:137

Curriculum vitae 1989

Box 2:138

Development Doesn't Have to Be a Dirty Word, published in Los Angeles Times 1989 December 26

Box 2:139

Pitcher Irrigation for Small Family Farmers published in International Development Digest 1989

Box 2:140

Planting Trees Successfully 1989

Box 2:141

Symposium on the Scientific Value of the Desert 1989

Box 2:142

Produccions del Arbol de: Uso Multiple 1989

Box 2:143

Home Gardens and Agroforestry and Their Role in the Battle Against World Hunger 1989 March

Box 2:144

Effective Weed and Disease Control 1989

Box 2:145-146

Restoring Southern California's Coastal/Desert Scrub and Grassland Communities workshop 1989

Box 2:147

Agroforestry for Rural Development and Environmental Protection in Portugal 1989

Box 2:148

Irrigation Trials 1989

Box 2:149

Development Plan for the Canelo Project 1989

Box 2:150

Tree Planting in Dry Lands: Lessons from the California Desert 1989

Box 2:151

Restoration in the Sonoran desert, published in Restoration and Management Notes 1990 Summer

Box 2:152

The Restoration of Agricultural Lands and Drylands, in Environmental Restoration 1990

Box 2:153

Soil Solarization for Restorationists, published in Restoration and Management Notes 1990 Winter

Box 2:154

Tubex Tree Shelters for Tree Establishment on Extreme Arid Sites 1990

Box 2:155

Restoration of Disturbed Arid Sites (abstract) 1990

Box 2:156

Third Biennial Desert Conference of the California Desert Studies Consortium 1990 May 11-12

Box 2:157

Development Doesn't Have to Be a Dirty Word, at Xeriscape '90 - Awards Banquet 1990

Box 2:158

Honey Mesquite: A Multipurpose Tree for Arid Lands 1990 December

Box 2:159

Buried Clay Pot Irrigation 1990-1991

Box 2:160

Straw Bale Building Systems, Solar World Congress 1991

Box 2:161

Ecological Restoration at the Ant hill, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park 1991

Box 2:162

Climate Change in the Mexican Tropics 1991 November

Box 2:163

Successful Tree Establishment on Difficult Dry Sites 1991 June

Box 2:164-165

Acorns as Food: History, Use, recipes, and Bibliography 1991

Box 2:166

Erosion Control: Problems and Potential 1991

Box 2:167

Continuing our Cheap Food Policy is Folly 1991

Box 2:168-169

Plastered Straw Bale Construction 1992

Box 2:170

Book Review of Sustainable Agriculture for California: A Guide to Information 1992

Box 2:171

The Oaks, published in TIPS Journal 1992

Box 2:172

Travel Portrait 1992

Box 2:173

Straw Bale Buildings: A Bibliography in Progress 1992

Box 2:174

The Ecocars are Coming 1992

Box 2:175

More about Straw, published in The Last Straw 1992

Box 2:176

Revegetating Desert Plant Communities 1992

Box 3:1

Castle Mountain Venture: First Annual Revegetation Report 1992 January 31

Box 3:2

Trees for America's Future 1992

Box 3:3

Desert Plants 1992 June 31

Box 3:4

The Three Little Pigs: A Parable For Our Times 1992

Box 3:5

Unique Revegetation Progress at Mojave Desert Gold Mine Eases Environmental Concern (California) 1993 Winter

Box 3:6

More About Straw: Fire Safety 1993

Box 3:7

Three Quick Seed Evaluation Methods: A Comparison, review of 1993 Winter

Box 3:8-9

Soil Compaction: a Critical Problem in Land Restoration, published in Land and Water 1993 January-February

Box 3:10

Teaching Advice 1993 October 25-29

Box 3:11

Collecting, Processing, and Storing Desert Seeds: Notes from an Innocent Abroad 1993 June 2-4

Box 3:12

Revegetating Desert Plant Communities, published in Proceedings of the Western Forest Nursery Association 1993

Box 3:13

Plastered straw bale construction, Proceedings: Straw -- A Valuable Raw Material. PIRA International 1993 April 20-22

Box 3:14

Desert Restoration Planning, Methods, Implementation: Society for Ecological Restoration Fall 1993 Workshop 1993 October 25-26

Box 3:15-16

Roots and Revival: Straw Bale Conference Working Papers 1993 September

Box 3:17-18

Mexico Case Study, in Sustainable Agriculture and the Environment in the Humid Tropics 1993

Box 3:19

Fifth Annual Conference Integrated Restoration, Society for Ecological Restoration 1993 June 16-20

Box 3:20

The Straw Supply in California 1993

Box 3:21

Plant Protection for Plant Establishment on Arid and Semi-arid Sites 1993

Box 3:22

Pitting to Improve Native Plant Establishment 1993 January

Box 3:23

Planting Desert Trees and Shrubs on Unforgiving Sites 1993

Box 3:24

Forest Gardens 1993

Box 3:25

Desert Restoration Workshop, Society for Ecological Restoration 1993

Box 3:26

An Introduction to Straw Bale Building 1993

Box 3:27

Disease and Pest Management in a Desert Container Nursery 1993

Box 3:28

Plant Production 1993

Box 3:29

Distribution of Rhizobia and Va Mycorrhizal Fungi in Two Desert Soils and Their Effects on the Growth of Prosopis Glandulosa Var. Torreyana (Mesquite) at Varying Nutrient Levels, Marcelle Darby thesis cites Bainbridge 1993 Spring

Box 3:30

Restoration of The Ant Hill, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park 1993 July

Box 3:31

Restoration in the California Desert: Irrigation for remote sites, and others 1993

Box 3:32

The Effects of Treeshelters on Hymenoclea Salsola 1994 February 1

Box 3:33

Restoration in the California Desert: Organic Mulch for Plant Establishment on Arid and Semi-arid Sites 1994

Box 3:34

Restoration in the California Desert: Microcatchment Water Harvesting for Desert Revegetation 1994

Box 3:35

Straw Bale Construction 1994

Box 3:36

The College Bale Build-Offs, published in The Last Straw 1994

Box 3:37

Fire Safety: Field-Tested in Mother Nature's Laboratory, published in The Last Straw 1994

Box 3:38

Restoring Monitoring Programs for Advancing the Technology 1994 May 6-8

Box 3:39-40

Abstract for SER Conference 1994

Box 3:41

Europium Staining for Soil Ecosystems Disturbance Evaluation (California) 1994 Winter

Box 3:42

Desert Reconstruction 1994

Box 3:43-44

Native Seed Collection, Processing, and Storage for Revegatation Projects in the Western United States, published in Restoration Ecology 1994 June

Box 3:45

Tree Shelters Improve Establishment on Dry Sites 1994

Box 3:46

Container Optimization Field Data Support Container Innovation 1994

Box 3:47

Habitat Restoration and Enhancement for the Cuyamaca Lake Downingia (Downingia concolor ssp. brevior) at Cuyamaca Rancho State Park 1994 September

Box 3:48

Native American Land Management 1994

Box 3:49

Strawbale construction, published in California Builder 1994 June-July

Box 3:50

Advanced Wall System Focus Group and Passive Solar Focus Group 1994

Box 3:51

Recycled paper 1995

Box 3:52

Improving the Sustainability of the United States International University Campus in San Diego 1995 Fall

Box 3:53

The Soft-Skin Building, published in The Last Straw 1995

Box 3:54

Mishaps at the Mine, published in The Last Straw 1995

Box 3:55

Container Plants for Restoration: What We Have Learned 1995

Box 3:56

Collembolas For Biocontrol? 1995 January

Box 3:57

Tree Shelters Improve Desert Planting Success, published in Proceedings of the Tree Shelter Conference 1995 June 20-22

Box 3:58

Tests of the Ability of Heap Leach Material to Support Plant Growth 1995

Box 3:59

Abstract for the Society for Ecological Restoration 1995 September 14-16

Box 3:60

Alternative Uses for Rice Straw in California, California Air Resources Board Report 1995 September 25

Box 3:61-62

Restoration Research at the South Flat, Red Rock Canyon State Park 1995 June 15

Box 3:63

Or Just Buy a Clay Pot, mentions Bainbridge 1995

Box 3:64

Erosion Control in a Highly Disturbed Grassland 1996 May 30

Box 3:65

A New E.R.A. in Restoration, Integrating Social and Cultural Systems with Restoration 1996

Box 3:66

Hands-on Environmental Studies, published in SD Earth Times 1996 September

Box 3:67

Alternative Uses for Rice Straw in California 1996 August

Box 3:68

Topsoil Salvage for Desert Revegetation 1996 June

Box 3:69

How Long Does it Take? 1996 August 22

Box 3:70

Solar Water Disinfection 1996 Spring

Box 3:71

National Training Center Poster Presentations, citation only 1997 April

Box 3:72

Southwest 1997

Box 3:73

The Nitrogen Pollution Problem 1997

Box 3:74

Creating a Solar Home or Apartment, published in SD Earth Times 1997 June

Box 3:75

A Handbook for Erosion Control and Watershed Rehabilitation at Hungry Valley State Vehicle Recreation Area 1997

Box 3:76

Managing Trail Erosion at Torrey Pines State Reserve 1997 May

Box 3:77

Erosion Control in a Highly Disturbed Juniper Scrub Grassland 1997

Box 3:78

A Beginner's Guide to Desert Restoration 1997

Box 3:79

Transplanting Native Plants to Revegetate Abandoned Farmland in the Western Mojave Desert, published in Journal of Environmental Quality 1998

Box 3:80-81

Though Difficult to Achieve, Revegetation is Best Way to Stabilize Soil, published in California Agriculture 1998 July-August

Box 3:82

The Hay Bale House, blurb in Old House Journal 1998 October

Box 3:83

Natural Biodegradable Erosion Control Methods for Native Plant Restoration; Alternative Irrigation Techniques for Arid Ecosystems, abstract only 1998

Box 3:84

Blurb, in Union-Tribune 1998 June 30

Box 3:85

The Straw Bale Solution 1998 October 18-20

Box 3:86

Letter to the Daily Transcript 1998 August 27

Box 3:87

The Environmental Studies Program: Progress Report and Proposal 1998 July

Box 3:88-90

SERG Restoration Bulletins, 1-6 1998

Box 3:91

Plant Community Restoration 1998 April 20

Box 3:92

Revegetation of Dry, Severe Environments Progress Report 1997-1998

Box 3:93

Coccidioidomycosis or Valley Fever 1998 March 3

Box 3:94

A Solution for San Diego's costly stormwater problems 1999 June 30

Box 3:95

Natural Materials for Erosion Control at Point Loma 1999

Box 3:96

Mojave Desert Science Symposium: Restoration and Recovery, citation only 199February 25-27

Box 3:97

Wilderness Arid Lands Restoration Agenda Continuation: Assessment of Problems, Seeting Priorities, Limits of Restoration, citation only 1999 January 26-28

Box 3:98

Desert Restoration: Lessons from 20 years and Why Restoration is Needed in the Desert 1999 November 8-9

Box 3:99

New Opportunities for Gallon Jug Agroindustries 1999 Winter

Box 3:100

Staple Pull-out Resistance 1999 Spring

Box 3:101

Sick Building Syndrome, published in The Last Straw 1999 Fall

Box 3:102

Book review of Ecological Economics, published in Journal of Environmental Education 1999

Box 3:103

Problems with Nitrogen Pollution 1999 April 22

Box 3:104

A Typical Week in the Almost Perfect Job 1999 February 26

Box 3:105-106

Back to Basics: A Low-Tech Wall System, published in The Last Straw 1999 Spring

Box 3:107

A Classic Bilge Pump, mentions Bainbridge 1999

Box 3:108

Anthropogenic Degradation of the Southern California Desert Ecosystem and Prospects for Natural Recovery and Restoration 1999

Box 3:109

Soil Pitting for Revegetation, published in Land and Water 1999 January-February

Box 3:110

Revegetation of Dry Severe Environments Progress Report 1999-2000

Box 3:111

Revegetation of Nassella Pulchra in a Cuyamaca Mountain Oak Savannah 1999

Box 3:112-113

Rainfall Catchments Improve Survival of Container Transplants at Mojave Desert Site, published in Restoration Ecology 2000 Summer

Box 3:114

Halting and Reversing Desertification, published in Journal of International Studies 2000

Box 3:115-116

The Pros and Cons of GE 2000 January

Box 3:117

The Genetically Engineered Food Debate, opinion, published in San Diego Union Tribune 2000 February 25

Box 3:118-119

Too Much of a Good Thing: the Nitrogen Pollution Problem, published in Green Teacher 2000

Box 3:120

Ecology and Education for Sustainable Design 2000 June 9

Box 3:121-122

The Complete Guide to Environmental Careers in the 21st Century, book review. published in Journal of Environmental Education 2000

Box 3:123

Solving the transportation problem in San Diego, published in San Diego Earth Times 1998-2000

Box 3:124

Nitrogen Pollution and Biodiversity 2000

Box 3:125

Repairing Damaged Wildlands: A Process-Oriented Landscape-Scale Approach, book review. published in Ecological Restoration 2000 Winter

Box 3:126

Straw Bales Stack up for Buildings 2000 March

Box 3:127

The Industrial Green Game: Implications for Environmental Design and Management, book review. published in Journal of Environmental Education 2000 Winter

Box 3:128

National Resource Management and Institutional Change, book review. published in Journal of Environmental Education 2000 Fall

Box 3:129

Soil Shaping to Improve Native Grass Establishment 2000 Fall

Box 3:130

The Six Best Books on Environmental Restoration, list mentions Bainbridge 2000

Box 3:131

Students Explore "the Good Life" at USIU 2000 Fall

Box 3:132

"EcoComp - 2001," book of abstracts 2001 September 3-4

Box 3:133

Cover raises safety concerns, letter published in Fine Homebuilding 2001 January

Box 4:1

Desert Restoration, SERCAL 2001 Desert Restoration Workshop 2001 November 3

Box 4:2-3

House of Straw, features Bainbridge in The International Design Magazine 2001 February

Box 4:4

Buried clay pot irrigation: a little known but very efficient traditional method of irrigation, published in Agricultural Water Management 2001

Box 4:5

Irrigation and Mulch Effects on Desert Shrub Transplant Establishment, published in Native Plants Journal 2001 Spring

Box 4:6

Response of Purple Needlegrass Transplants to tree Shelters (California), published in . Ecological Restoration 2001

Box 4:7-8

Straw Bale Building, book review published in Fine Homebuilding 2001 July

Box 4:9

Ecological Pattern and Process, book review. published in Ecoscience 2001

Box 4:10

Letter to the Los Angeles Times 2001 January 31

Box 4:11

New School of Architecture poster 2001

Box 4:12

An Editor's and Reporter's Guide to Solar Energy in California: The Forgotten Solution to the Energy Crisis 2001 April 8

Box 4:13

Restoration Planting on the Rio Alamar 2002

Box 4:14

Flower Fields and Grasslands Research in the Canyon 2002

Box 4:15

Nitrogen Pollution: an Economic Assessment, lecture slides 2002

Box 4:16

Thinking outside the Box, Book review. published in Fine Homebuilding 2003 Spring/Summer

Box 4:17

Sustainable development: obstacles and opportunities, published in San Diego Daily Transcript 2003 February 26

Box 4:18

New Hope for Desert Lands, keynote address 2003 March 5

Box 4:19

Straw Bale Resources 2002 2003

Box 4:20

MBA Sustainable Management, published in Envoy 2003 December

Box 4:21

Erosion Control Workshop, print 2003

Box 4:22

Try 60-hour Workweek, published in USA Today 2003 September 5

Box 4:23

Erosion Control After the Fire 2003

Box 4:24

The "Greening" Of The Campus Is To "Green" The Curriculum: A Sustainability Master Plan for the Alliant International University Scripps Ranch Campus 2003

Box 4:25

Why Does Gasoline Cost So Much?, published in Envoy 2004 April

Box 4:26

Industrial Ecology: A Viable Solution for North and South, published in Journal of International Studies 2003 Spring-2004 Winter

Box 4:27

American Solar Energy Society Annual Awards 2004

Box 4:28

Leadership for a Sustainable World 2004 April 17

Box 4:29; D Folio 8

Creating the Center for Innovation in Behavioral Health: The Design Challenge draft 2004 August 27

Box 4:30

The Price Falls Short, published in Solar Today 2004 September-October

Box 4:31

Earthquake Safety 2005 March

Box 4:32

Keep your files sharp, published in Woodwork 2004

Box 4:33

Houses of Straw 2005 May

Box 4:34

A Solar Workshop for College Students, published in Society of Building Science Educators News 2005 Spring

Box 4:35

Ecocomposites, published in The Last Straw 2005 Winter

Box 4:36

Establishing Purple Needlegrass from Containers: Update, published in Grasslands 2005 Winter

Box 4:37

Affordable Homes Require Affordable Materials, published in The Last Straw 2006

Box 4:38

Natural Heating and Cooling (Passive Solar Design) 2006

Box 4:39

Build Your Own Passive Solar Water Heater, published in Mother Earth News 2007 October-November

Box 4:40

Handout for LOEX 2007 May

Box 4:41

The Author Replies, mentions Bainbridge 2007

Box 4:42

Successful Propagation of Dwarf Burr Ragweed (California), published in Ecological Restoration 2007 September

Box 4;43

Challenges for the 21st Century 2007 March

Box 4:44

How Historians Can Assist Environmental Restoration Projects 2007

Box 4:45

Salvaging and Relocating Ambrosia Pumila, published in >Native Plants Journal 2007 Spring

Box 4:46

Return of the Water Wall, published in Solar Today 2007 July-August

Box 4:47

Making San Diego More Sustainable: Sustainability Indicators for San Diego 2007

Box 4:48

AIG's Actions on Funds Raises Questions, published in The San Diego Union-Tribune 2008 November 2

Box 4:49

Sustainability: Accounting for our Future 2009 August

Box 4:50

Focus on Carbon Wrong? 2009 Summer

Box 4:51

Carbon Sequestration with Straw Bale Building 2009

Box 4:52

Bright Green MBA, flyer 2009

Box 4:53

Too Many Lawyers, Not Enough Ecologists 2010

Box 4:54

Pocket Solar Architecture Pocket Reference, mentions Bainbridge 2010

Box 4:55

1966 Chevrolet Carryall 4WD Factory Lift, published in Practical Classics 2010 September

Box 4:56

Seeing the Invisible: Passive Solar Heating and Window Glass, published in Solar Today 2010 May

Box 4:57

Francis H. Bainbridge 2010

Box 4:60

Passive Solar Architecture: Heating, Cooling, Ventilation, Daylighting, and More Using Natural Flows, White River Junction, Vt.: Chelsea Green Publishing 2011

Box 7:26

Le case in paglia: come costruire edifici, uffici, capanne o cottage sostenibili, economici, efficienti e sicuri utilizzando le balle di paglia. Bologna: Arianna 2013

Box 7:27

"Super-efficient irrigation with Ceramics," published in Ceramics Monthly 2013 November

 

Series 2. Correspondence 1978-1997

Physical Description: 2 letters

Scope and Content Note

Contains two incoming letters to Bainbridge from Peter van Dresser and one outgoing letter by Bainbrige to Garry Hays.
Box 4:58

van Dresser, Peter 1978-1979

Scope and Content Note

Two letters from van Dresser to Bainbridge.
Box 4:59

Hays, Garry 2010

Scope and Content Note

One letter from Bainbridge to Hays.
 

Series 3. Photographs 1986-2011

Physical Description: 1.2 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

Contains Bainbridge's slides and photographs related to straw bale building. The majority of the images were taken by Bainbridge, however there are some images by other photographers. The images are arranged in four subseries: Straw Bale Building Projects, Straw Bale Building Details, Straw Bale Building History, and San Luis Sustainability Group. The photographs are arranged according to Bainbridge's organization and the folder titles were taken from Bainbridge's descriptions.
 

Subseries 3.1 Straw Bale Building Projects 1993-2000

Physical Description: 0.4 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

Box 5:1

C & C Winery, San Luis Obispo 1995 December

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:2

Wine Tasting Room 1998 August

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:3

Wine Tasting Room 1998 August

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:4

Wine Tasting Room 1998 August

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:5

Winery Tasting Room, Ramona, California 1998

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:6

San Luis Obispo, 3 Little Pigs 1997

Physical Description: 8 slides
Box 5:7

Mulege Ecomundo undated

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:8

Cook undated

Physical Description: 2 prints
Box 5:9

SB Southwest Bob Cook undated

Physical Description: 18 slides
Box 5:10

EOS 1993 June

Physical Description: 2 prints
Box 5:11

EOS 1993 June

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:12

EOS 1993 June

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:13

EOS 1993 June

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:14

EOS 1993 June

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:15

EOS 1993

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:16

EOS Demonstration 1993

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:17

USIU 1997

Physical Description: 6 prints
Box 5:18

USIU Amphitheater 1997-1999

Physical Description: 6 prints
Box 5:19

Borrego 1998

Physical Description: 2 prints
Box 5:20

Borrego 1998 August

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:21

San Diego 1999 October

Physical Description: 2 prints
Box 5:22

San Diego 1999 October

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:23

Landscape Wall, Bolles 1999 November

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:24

San Diego Nancarrow 2000 January 10

Physical Description: 18 slides
Box 5:25

Safari Park, Hussell undated

Physical Description: 2 prints
Box 5:26

David Bainbridge undated

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 5:27

Tree of Life Nursery 1993 May

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:28

Tree of Life Work Building 1993 May

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:29

Tree of Life Bale Workshop 1993 May

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:30

Tree of Life Work Building 1999 August

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:31

Tree of Life Nursery 1994 May

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:32

Tree of Life Nursery 1993-1998

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:33

Tree of Life Retail undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:34

Tree of Life undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:35

Tree of Life 1993 March

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:36

Tree of Life undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:37

Tree of Life undated

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 5:38

Tree of Life 1993-1997

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:39

Tree of Life 1993-1997

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:40

Real Goods 1999

Physical Description: 19 slides
Box 5:41

C & C Winery, San Luis Obispo 1995 December

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:42

C & C Winery, San Luis Obispo undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:43

San Luis Obispo Winery undated

Physical Description: 4 slides
Box 5:44

Descanso undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:45

Descanso 1993-1994

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:46

Descanso, Bill Steen 1994

Physical Description: 10 slides
Box 5:47

CM Mine 1994-1995

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:48

CM Mine 1995 January

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:49

CM Mine 1995 January

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 5:50

CM Mine, bales 1994 December

Physical Description: 5 slides
Box 5:51

CM Mine 1994-1995

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:52

CM Mine, plaster 1995

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:53

CM Mine, Design and Construction 1995

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 5:54

CM Mine 1994

Physical Description: 20 slides
 

Subseries 3.2 Straw Bale Building Details 1988-2001

Physical Description: 0.2 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

Box 6:1

Big bales 1998-1999

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:2

Palouse Wheat 1994-1998

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:3

Bale work 1993-1994

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:4

Bale work 1993

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:5

Bale work 1993-1994

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:6

Bale work 1993-1994

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:7

Bale work 1993

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:8

Bale work 1993

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:9

Bale work 1998

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:10

Straw 1993-1994

Physical Description: 18 slides
Box 6:11

Building Details 1988-1994

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:12

Plaster 1988-1995

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:13

Bales and walls 1989-1998

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:14

Bale details 1993-1994

Physical Description: 19 slides
Box 6:15

Miscellaneous 1988-1998

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:16

Arches undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:17

Arches undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:18

Straw clay undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:19

Adobe floor undated

Physical Description: 2 prints
Box 6:20

The International Journal of Straw Bale and Natural Building - The Last Straw 2001 Summer

Physical Description:
 

Subseries 3.3 Straw Bale Building History 1986-2011

Physical Description: 0.2 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

Box 6:21

Bale Books undated

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 6:22

Information on Straw Bale Books, Videos and Construction 2011

Physical Description:
Box 6:23

Powerpoint slides undated

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:24

1st International Straw Bale Conference, Arthur, Nebraska undated

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 6:25

Historic Nebraska 1989 August

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:26

Straw Bale History 1986-1991

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:27

Straw Bale History 1991-1993

Physical Description: 19 slides
Box 6:28

Horse Bales undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:29

Straw Bale History 1988-1993

Physical Description: 19 slides
Box 6:30

Historic Nebraska undated

Physical Description: 5 prints
Box 6:31

Straw Bale History 1989-1991

Physical Description: 19 slides
Box 6:32

Straw Bale History 1991-1993

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:33

Scott House, Nebraska 1997-1998

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:34

Historic Straw Bale 1991-1993

Physical Description: 17 slides
Box 6:35

Glendo 1998 June

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:36

Agricultural Use undated

Physical Description: 2 prints
Box 6:37

Historic Agricultural Use, Straw Bale History 1988-1995

Physical Description: 15 slides
Box 6:38

Straw Bale 1989

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:39

Oracle, Arizona 1989

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:40

Oracle, Arizona 1989

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:41

Oracle, Arizona 1989

Physical Description: 16 slides
Box 6:42

Steens, Canelo History 1991-1994

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:43

Matts Myhrman Photographs 1991-1993

Physical Description: 8 slides
Box 6:44

Steve McDonald 1988-1994

Physical Description: 13 slides
Box 6:45

Historic Straw Bale 1989-1994

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:46

France undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:47

France undated

Physical Description: 4 prints
Box 6:48

France undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:49

Straw Bale, France 1994

Physical Description: 11 slides
Box 6:50

USIU Straw Bale Conference 2001

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:51

Earth Day, San Diego 1998 July

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:52

USIU Conference, San Diego Earth Day 1996-1999

Physical Description: 17 slides
Box 6:53

Straw Bale People 1988-1994

Physical Description: 10 slides
Box 6:54

Straw Bale History People 1988-1998

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 6:55

David Eisenberg, Straw Bale Workshop, Las Vegas 1996

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 6:56

Straw Bale History 1999

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:57

Judy Knox, Matts Myhrman, and David Bainbridge 1991-1993

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:58

Straw Bale People 1994

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 6:59

1st International Straw Bale Conference, Arthur, Nebraska undated

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 6:60

Glassford, Australia undated

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 6:61

Big Bale Winery, Australia, John Glassford undated

Physical Description: 1 print
 

Subseries 3.4 San Luis Sustainability Group 1990-2001

Physical Description: 0.4 linear feet

Scope and Content Note

Box 7:1

Rising from the Ashes - A Study in Sustainability 1998 September/October

Physical Description:
Box 7:2

The Fire! 1994

Physical Description: 18 slides
Box 7:3

Office 1995 September

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:4

Office 1995 September

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:5

Office 1995 September

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:6

Passive Solar Straw Bale, SLSG Office Water wall 1995 September

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:7

Straw Bale Water wall, SLSG Office 1995 September

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:8

Office 1995 September

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:9

Office, Water Wall Solar Straw Bale 1990-1997

Physical Description: 12 slides
Box 7:10

Passive Solar, Straw Bale, Trout Farm House Water Wall undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:11

Trout Farm, SLSG House 1997-2001

Physical Description: 14 slides
Box 7:12

Passive Water Wall 2001

Physical Description: 6 slides
Box 7:13

Studio 1994-1995

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:14

Studio 1994 November

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:15

Studio 1994-1995

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:16

Studio 1994 November

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:17

Studio 1994 November

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:18

Studio undated

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 7:19

Haggard/Cooper Studio 1994

Physical Description: 16 slides
Box 7:20

Studio 1994

Physical Description: 20 slides
Box 7:21

Passive Solar, brochure undated

Physical Description:
Box 7:22

Wolken Center, Hidden Villa, Los Altos, San Luis Sustainability Group, Passive Solar Straw Bale undated

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 7:23

Camp Ocean Pines Straw Bale Cottages, San Luis Sustainability Group undated

Physical Description: 1 print
Box 7:24

Congregation Beth David Synagogue, San Luis Obispo undated

Physical Description: 3 prints
Box 7:25

Arch Office and Home Complex, Santa Margarita, California undated

Physical Description: 1 laminated print