Collection consists of two letters from William B. Greeley to David Starr Jordan recommending men for the proposed teaching
position in forestry; an unsigned manuscript letter to Jordan with a detailed organization for the school's curriculum; and
a typed excerpt from a letter by Ernest G. Dudley (Stanford class of 1908) discussing forestry training in general and his
experiences at Yale.
In 1909, Stanford University considered the possibility of establishing a forestry division. Although the Board of Trustees
recommended it, the division was never instituted.
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