Papers of San Luis Obispo environmental activist Lee Wilson, including correspondence, research notes and materials, and photographs,
primarily relating to the founding and early years of Santa Lucia Chapter of the Sierra Club, the creation of the Santa Lucia
Wilderness Area, and other watchdog efforts in San Luis Obispo County, California, donated by the family to The Environmental
Archives of San Luis Obispo County in 1994.
A founding member and first president of the Santa Lucia Chapter of the Sierra Club, Lee Wilson was a lifelong environmental
activist and conservationist. His papers document his efforts on environmental causes in San Luis Obispo County, primarily
in the 1960s and 1970s. Wilson was particularly active in leading grassroots efforts to influence local and federal environmental
3 Paige containers (13 linear feet)
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