Correspondence relating mainly to conservation activities in the Sierra Club and to the publication of his works on John Muir;
manuscripts and reprints of some of his writings; clippings of reviews of his work; subject files on Hetch-Hetchy, John Muir,
national parks, the proposed Roosevelt-Sequoia National Park (California), the Water and Power Act of 1922, and Yosemite National
William Frederic Badè, born in Carver, Minnesota on January 22, 1871, attended the Moravian College in Pennsylvania where
he obtained his doctorate in 1898, teaching Greek, German, Hebrew and Old Testament literature there until 1902. He then became
professor of Old Testament literature and of Semitic languages at the Pacific School of Religion, remaining in Berkeley until
his death on March 4, 1936.
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