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Donald Buermann Lawrence Papers, 1932-1996

Summary Information
Title: Donald Buermann Lawrence papers
Dates: 1932-1996
Creator: Lawrence, Donald B. (Donald Buermann), 1911-
Extent: 6 record boxes, 1 oversize box, 10 slide boxes Extent: 7.5 cubic feet
Language: English
Collection Number: uarc 1020
Abstract:
The collection consists of personal and professional papers of Donald Buermann Lawrence, a Professor of Botany at the University of Minnesota. It contains material largely related to glaciological expeditions to South America, New Zealand, Glacier Bay Alaska and the Juneau Ice Fields. Included are reports of his research, field notes, diaries, personal correspondence to family members, maps of areas he studied and photographs. Also included is a study he conducted in the Jamaican Rain Forest in 1932 for Johns Hopkins University. Field notes and joint publications of Elizabeth Gay Lawrence, wife of Donald Lawrence, can also be found in the collection.

Repository: University of Minnesota Libraries. University of Minnesota Archives

Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

Donated to the University of Minnesota Archives by Professor Donald Lawrence, Elizabeth Gay Lawrence and Mark Noble, a former graduate student.

Access Restrictions:

Items in this collection do not circulate and may be used in-house only.

Copyright:

Researchers may quote from the collection under the fair use provision of the copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code). Requests to publish should be arranged with the University of Minnesota Archives.

Preferred Citation:

Donald Buermann Lawrence papers, University Archives, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.


Arrangement

Materials are organized by expedition and by material type.

  • General Materials
  • Jamaican Rain Forest Expedition, 1932
  • South American Expedition, 1958-1959
  • South American Expedition, 1966-1967
  • New Zealand Expedition, 1964-1965
  • Mexican Expedition, 1969, 1976
  • Glacier Bay Expedition, 1941
  • Glacier Bay Expedition, 1949
  • Glacier Bay Expedition, 1950
  • Glacier Bay Expedition, 1952
  • Glacier Bay/Juneau Ice Fields Expedition, 1955
  • Glacier Bay Expeditions, 1967-1988
  • Glacier Bay miscellaneous
  • Seedling Plots of W.S. Cooper in Glacier Bay. Raw Data 1916-1988
  • Juneau Ice Field Photos
  • Cottonwood Fertilization Plots of D.B. Lawrence in Glacier Bay (The Farm)
  • Correspondence
  • Dryas Drummondi Study
  • Reprints, Publications and Manuscripts
  • Oversize Materials
  • Audio Visual Materials


Biographical Sketch of Donald B. Lawrence (1911-1996)

Donald Lawrence was born in Portland, Oregon on March 8, 1911. He attended Allen Preparatory School and was enrolled in Reed College from 1928-1931. He left Reed before obtaining a degree and transferred to Johns Hopkins University in September 1931, where he received his Ph.D. in 1936 in Plant Physiology. His thesis was titled, "Vegetation of Columbia River Gorge." From 1936-1937 he continued his research on the Columbia River Gorge under a Sigma Xi grant.

He was hired as an instructor in the Botany Department at the University of Minnesota in 1937 and spent his entire professional career there. He was promoted to Assistant Professor in 1940, Associate Professor in 1947 and Professor in 1950. He retired in 1976.

Elizabeth Hoyle Gay married Donald Lawrence on June 7, 1935. She was born in Norwood, Massachusetts on November 20, 1904 and attended Norwood High School from 1918-1922. She graduated from Mount Holyoke College in 1926 with a major in zoology. She did graduate work in cytology and genetics at Johns Hopkins University, 1933-1936 and in biology at the University of Minnesota, circa 1937-1940. Her expertise in these areas enabled her to provide valuable assistance on various expeditions with Lawrence as a member of the scientific teams in South America, New Zealand and Glacier Bay Alaska. She kept her own field notes and collaborated with Lawrence on various reports and publications relating to these expeditions. She died on March 19, 2000 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Lawrence's main area of research involved studies of vegetation development on new land surfaces following glacier recession, landslides, volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. Although he was a botanist, glacier related studies were his first love, according to a 1976 newsletter of the Minnesota Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, located in Lawrence's Biography File.

In 1941, William Skinner Cooper, also a professor of Botany at the University of Minnesota, invited Donald Lawrence to go to Glacier Bay Alaska, on an expedition to study permanent seedling plots laid out by Cooper in 1916 in Reid Arm. Called Quadrats, their purpose was to study forest vegetation in areas exposed by ice recession in Glacier Bay. Lawrence took over this study and visited the plots every few years starting in 1941 and ending in 1988, which was to be his last trip to Glacier Bay. Dr. Mark Noble has since continued the study in cooperation with Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Gustavus, Alaska. Dr. Ian Worley of the University of Vermont has also visited the plots and at present the study documents over 85 years of plant growth in that area.

Lawrence visited Glacier Bay at least 15 times and also conducted studies on cottonwood trees by establishing experimental cottonwood fertilization plots in 1949, which he referred to as "The Farm". Another study done in collaboration with scientists on Dryas Drummundii or mountain avens, resulted in a paper that was published in The Journal of Ecology in 1967, by D.B. Lawrence, R.E. Schoenike, A. Quispel and G. Bond.

In 1949 and 1955 he made expeditions to the Juneau Ice Fields to study advancing and receding glaciers.

Lawrence was an advocate of ethnobotany, which is the study of how plants are used and how they have contributed to the development of cultures. However, there is no evidence of this interest in the papers.

Lawrence was a founder of the Minnesota Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, established in 1951. In 1974 he and his brother William donated 380 acres of grassland near Shaniko, Wasco County, Oregon in honor of their parents. He was a member of the Conservancy's Board of Trustees (1960-1964, 1967-1972), served on the Planning Committee (1975), the Preserve Management Committee (1974-1976) as well as the Advisory Committee.

Lawrence also helped create the Cedar Creek Natural History Area in Anoka County, Minnesota. In 1947 he purchased 160 acres of land and presented 130 of those acres to the Minnesota Academy of Science for inclusion in the Cedar Creek Forest. He also helped raise funds to buy the Allison Savanna in Cedar Creek and served on the Advisory Committee for 20 years. On March 25, 1995, the Donald B. Lawrence Building was dedicated at Cedar Creek in his honor. Correspondence from former students regarding this event, relate memories of Donald and Elizabeth Lawrence.

In 1974 he received the AMOCO Foundation-Horace T. Morse award for contributions to undergraduate education in plant ecology.

He died in Minneapolis, Minnesota in May, 1996.

For more complete information on Donald Buermann Lawrence and Elizabeth Gay Lawrence, consult the biography files located in the University of Minnesota Archives.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The Papers of Donald Buermann Lawrence are largely related to glaciological expeditions to South America, 1958-1959, 1967, New Zealand, 1964-1965, 1969, Glacier Bay Alaska, 1941-1988 and the ice fields of Juneau, Alaska, 1949, 1955. There is material also relating to an expedition he made in 1932 to the Jamaican Rain Forest while he was a graduate student at Johns Hopkins University.

There is no material in the collection on work he did in the Columbia River Gorge for his doctoral and post-doctoral study. However, the Washington Department of Natural Resources Division of Geology in Olympia, Washington has his Columbia Gorge tree samples, which were carbon dated by Lawrence in 1952. Mount Hood samples and copies of his field notes are also held at the Washington DNR.

In spite of Lawrence's involvement in the Nature Conservancy there is no material in the collection relating to this organization. There is one folder of correspondence and some photographs relating to the Cedar Creek Natural History Area.

An extensive collection of slides dating from 1939-1994 was also deposited in University Archives by Mark Noble after the death of Elizabeth Lawrence. The slides are identified and arranged by date but no index exists for this collection.

There are also photographs relating to Lawrence's expeditions located throughout the collection.

Related Material

William Skinner Cooper papers

Cedar Creek Field Biology Program records

Botany Department records

Subject Terms
Index terms
  • This collection is indexed under the following headings in the catalog of the University of Minnesota Libraries. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons:
  • Bond, Guy Loraine, 1904-
  • Conway, Verona Margaret
  • Cooke, William Bridge
  • Cooper, William Skinner, 1884-
  • Crocker, Robert L.
  • Field, William O.
  • Howe, Robert Edward
  • Lawrence, Elizabeth G.
  • Lindeman, Raymond, 1915-1942
  • Milner, A. M. (Alexander M.), 1952-
  • Moyle, John B. (John Briggs), 1909-1977
  • Quispel, A. (Anton)
  • Schoenike, R. E.
  • Sprague, Roderick, 1901-
Organizations:
  • University of Minnesota. Dept. of Botany
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • American Geographical Society of New York
  • Washington (State). Dept. of Natural Resources
Places:
  • Cedar Creek Natural History Area (Minn.)
  • Glacier Bay (Alaska)
  • Juneau (Alaska)
Subjects:
  • Rain forests--Jamaica
  • Glaciers--New Zealand
  • Glaciers--South American
  • Lakes
Detailed Description of Collection
 Location  Title
Box 1
General Materials  Box 1
 
Lawrence, Donald B. Certificates and Awards  Box 1
 
Cedar Creek Natural History Area, 1981-1989, 1994-1995 Box 1
Note Photos, mostly of individuals involved with Cedar Creek; correspondence.
 
Jamaican Rain Forest Expedition, 1932 Box 1
 
Jamaican Rain Forest, Johns Hopkins University botany trip photos  Box 1
 
Jamaica Vegetation  Box 1
Note Especially Rain Forest of Blue Mountains, photos and index
 
Jamaica Rain Forest, B/W negatives of expedition  Box 1
 
Letters  Box 1
Note To family from the Johns Hopkins University Expedition to Jamaica
 
South American Expedition, 1958-1959 Box 1
 
Personal correspondence  Box 1
 
Report on Sabbatical leave  Box 1
 
South America Research, 1958-1959 Box 1
Note Correspondence and notes
 
Field notes and diary  Box 1
 
Recent Glacier Variations in Southern South America, American Geographical Society Technical Report  Box 1
 
American Geographical Society Southern Chile Expedition, 1959 Box 1
 
1st Technical Report by Lawrence and Lawrence  Box 1
 
2nd Technical Report  Box 1
 
3rd Technical Report  Box 1
 
Final Report  Box 1
 
Recent Glacier Variations in Southern South America, 1959 Box 1
Note Manuscript, various drafts.
 
Glacier Rio Manso manuscript.  Box 1
 
Tronodorn Glacier report, 1959 Box 1
Note Original draft
 
Manuscript, 1959 Box 1
Note Copy of draft.
 
Chile, 1958-1959 Box 1
 
San Rafael Report  Box 1
Note Accounts by others of expeditions to Chile. Translations by Elizabeth Lawrence.
 
Photographs  Box 1
 
Road Maps and Brochures  Box 1
 
Hand Drawn Geographical Maps and Charts  Box 1
Note Figs. 2-16 and others used in technical report.
 
San Rafael Reports, Notes  Box 1
 
Historic Climatologic Data  Box 1
 
South American Expedition, 1966-1967 Box 1
 
South America climate history research proposal, December-March 1967 Box 1
 
South American Research Diary, 1966-1967 Box 1
Note Original and photocopy.
 
South America Research, 1966-1967 Box 1
Note Correspondence and notes.
 
Maps  Box 1
Note Tres Montes Peninsula, Monte San Valentin
 
Photos and piece of tree from Auer's Bariloche Bog, 1967 Box 1
Box 1-2
New Zealand Expedition, 1964-1965 Box 1-2
Box 1
Bealy Glacier at Arthurs Pass, N.Z., 1965 Box 1
Note Photos and notes
 
Franz Josef Glacier  Box 1
 
Map  Box 1
 
1964-1965  Box 1
 
Horace Walker Glacier  Box 1
 
Photos  Box 1
Box 2
Correspondence, clippings  Box 2
 
Harper, Arthur P. Photos, Text from journal of House of Representatives, 1894 Box 2
Box 1
New Zealand valuable glacier photos  Box 1
Box 2
Douglas, C., 1896 Box 2
Note Report on Cook's River District (Fox Glacier). Also: Wilson, W. 1896, the Fox Glacier.
 
Fox Glacier  Box 2
 
Aerial Photos, 1965-1971 Box 2
 
Photos  Box 2
 
Maps  Box 2
 
Hooker and Mueller Glaciers  Box 2
 
D.B. & E.G. Lawrence  Box 2
 
Photos  Box 2
 
Mueller Glacier. Maps, photos  Box 2
 
Horace Walker Glacier. Photos  Box 2
 
LaPerouse Glacier  Box 2
 
Tasman Glacier  Box 2
 
Other Glaciers of N.Z. Southern Alps (Horace Walker, La Perouse)  Box 2
 
New Zealand closed basin lakes, 1950s-1960s Box 2
Note Maps, rainfall charts, aerial photos
 
New Zealand research, field notes  Box 2
Note Also round-the-world notes
 
New Zealand Glacier  Box 2
Note BW negatives from color transparencies.
 
"Glacier Studies in New Zealand," published in MAZAMA , 1966  Box 2
Note Correspondence, maps, photos, page proof
 
"Recent Work on the History of the Last 25,000 Years"  Box 2
Note Manuscript notes, data.
 
"Recent Variations in Glaciers and Closed Basin Lakes--Indications of Climate Change," published in Science , 1966 Box 2
 
Gunn, Bernard. Correspondence, 1965. Box 2
 
Masters Thesis, 1956 Box 2
Note Handwritten
 
Mercer, J. Glaciers of New Zealand, 1965 Box 2
 
Sara, William. "Historic Changes in the Glaciers."  Box 2
 
New Zealand Glaciers  Box 2
Note Reprints by others, alphabetical
 
Ecology of New Zealand. School of Forestry Seminar, Dec. 9, 1965 Box 2
 
New Zealand. Glacier history growth-layer data, 1964-1965. Box 2
 
Mexican Expedition, 1969, 1976 Box 2
 
Mexico Field Notes, November-December 1969 3 February-13 March 1976 Box 2
Note Handwritten
 
Glacier Bay Expedition, 1941 Box 2
 
Glacier Bay Photos, circa 1941 Box 2
 
Alaska Field Notes, Personal Correspondence, 1941 Box 2
 
Correspondence with William O. Field, William Cooper, undated. Box 2
 
Glacier Bay Photos, 1941 Box 2
Box 3
Glacier Bay Expedition, 1949 Box 3
 
Alaska Expedition, 1949 Box 3
 
Alaska Diaries, Donald and Elizabeth Lawrence, 1949 Box 3
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1949 Box 3
 
US Naval Aerial Photos, 1949 Box 3
Note Probably taken for expedition to Juneau Ice Fields
 
Glacier Bay Expedition, 1950 Box 3
 
Alaska Expedition to Glacier Bay, 1950 Box 3
Note Diaries of D.B. and Elizabeth Lawrence, typed
 
Alaska Diary, 1950 Box 3
Note Handwritten by Donald Lawrence
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1950 Box 3
 
Juneau Icefield, Alaska, Photos, 1950 Box 3
Note Mendenhall Glacier
 
Glacier Bay and Juneau Ice Fields, B/W Negatives #T-50 Series, 1950 Box 3
Note Negatives are numbered to correspond to notebook
 
Glacier Bay Expedition, 1952 Box 3
 
Alaska Expedition to Glacier Bay, 1950 Box 3
Note Correspondence regarding arrangement, final report to Office of Naval Research.
 
Alaska Diary, Donald Lawrence, 1952 Box 3
 
GB Photos, 1952 Box 3
 
Glacier Bay/Juneau Ice Fields Expedition, 1955 Box 3
 
Correspondence, undated. Box 3
 
Alaska Diary, Donald Lawrence, 1955 Box 3
 
Glacier Bay Photos, 1955 Box 3
 
Juneau Ice Field Photo Survey, 1955 Box 3
 
Juneau Ice Field Maps and Photographs, 1955-1956 Box 3
 
Progress report on Juneau Ice Field Research Project, 1952 Box 3
 
Glacier Bay Expeditions, 1967-1988 Box 3
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1967 Box 3
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1968 Box 3
 
Alaska Expedition, 1969 Box 3
Note Natural history survey. List of species analogs, Upper Midwest and Glacier Bay.
 
Alaska Expedition to Glacier Bay, 1972 Box 3
Note Diary and report on travel, includes report to W.S. Cooper on plot research
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1972 Box 3
 
Lawrence, Donald. Alaska Expedition to Glacier Bay and Lituya Bay, 1972 Box 3
Note Correspondence, reports, field notes, research notes.
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1973 Box 3
 
Alaska Expedition to Glacier Bay, 1982 Box 3
Note Correspondence, field notes, typed and handwritten
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1982 Box 3
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1983 Box 3
 
Alaska Expedition to Glacier Bay, 1985 Box 3
Note Correspondence, itinerary.
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1985 Box 3
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1987 Box 3
 
Alaska Expedition to Glacier Bay, 1988 Box 3
Note Report, field notes.
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Photos, 1988 Box 3
 
Glacier Bay Miscellaneous  Box 3
 
AK People in Ecosystem Research, undated. Box 3
Note Text and photos.
 
Glacier Bay Blanket, undated. Box 3
Note Correspondence, reports.
 
Glacier Bay Birds and Animals, 1949-1973 Box 3
Note Observed by Elizabeth Lawrence.
 
California, Oregon, British Columbia, 1960 Box 3
 
Alaska, Black and White Contact Prints #T-49 Series, 1949 Box 3
Note Identified by number in notebooks.
Box 4
Seedling Plots of W.S. Cooper in Glacier Bay. Raw Data, 1916-1988 Box 4
 
Lawrence and Cooper Photos, circa 1941 Box 4
Note Various places in Alaska.
 
Glacier Bay Routes and Stations of W.S. Cooper (Maps), 1916, 1921, 1929, 1935 Box 4
 
AK GBW Arm Cooper Station 26, 28, 33, undated. Box 4
Note General information regarding quadrat locations
 
Nunatak Knob: Views from Glacier Bay, AK, undated. Box 4
 
Quadrand Keys and Data, undated. Box 4
 
Glacier Bay Quadrats (Cooper Calculations), undated. Box 4
 
GBW Arm Station 26 Q #1, 2, 3 and Area, undated. Box 4
 
Q1 Photos, 1916, 1921, 1929, 1935/41, 1949, 1955, 1967, 1972, 1982, 1988 Box 4
Note Oblique complete set (minus 1916)
 
Q1 Field Charts, 1949-1988 Box 4
 
Q2 Photos, Station 26, 1921, 1929, 1935, 1941, 1955, 1968, 1988 Box 4
 
Q2 Data, undated. Box 4
 
Q3 Photos, Station 26, 1921, 1929, 1935, 1941, 1968, 1988 Box 4
 
Q3 Data, undated. Box 4
 
Q3, 1916-1941 Box 4
 
Q4 Photos, Station 26, 1921, 1929, 1935, 1941, 1949, 1955, 1988 Box 4
 
Q4 Data, undated. Box 4
 
Q4, 1916-1941 Box 4
 
Q5 Photos, Station 28, 1916, 1921, 1929, 1935, 1941, 1988 Box 4
 
Q5, 1916-1941 Box 4
 
Q5 Data, undated. Box 4
 
Q6 photos, 1921, 1929, 1935, 1941, 1988 Box 4
 
Q6, 1916-1941 Box 4
 
Q6 Data, undated. Box 4
 
Q7 Photos, 1921, 1929, 1935, 1941, 1949, 1950, 1955, 1988 Box 4
 
Q7, 1916-1972 Box 4
Note Not found in 1941, but was relocated by Lloyd Herbert in 1949.
 
GB-L Photos, Cooper Station 33 Hugh Miller Island  Box 4
 
Q8 Photos, 1921, 1929, 1941, 1949, 1955, 1968, 1982, 1988 Box 4
 
Q8 Data, undated. Box 4
 
Q9, 1916-1921 Box 4
Biographical/History note Gone 1929; washed away by waves
 
Q10 Station 43, 1941, 1950 Box 4
 
GB Plot #10, Johns Hopkins Inlet, circa 1941 Box 4
 
Glacier Bay, Alaska Historical Photos, undated. Box 4
Note Not taken by Lawrence, Cooper, or Field.
 
Juneau Ice Field Photos  Box 4
 
Hole-in-the-Wall Glacier, undated. Box 4
 
Norris Glacier, undated. Box 4
 
Taku Glacier, undated. Box 4
Note Photos and research notes.
 
North Antler Glacier, undated. Box 4
 
E. & W. Twin Glaciers, undated. Box 4
 
Glacier Photo Records, 1949 Box 4
Note Sent to Bill Field
 
D.B. Lawrence Miscellaneous Alaska Photographs, undated. Box 4
 
Mendenhall Glacier, undated. Box 4
 
Mendenhall Glacier - "Bird Rock" Photo Station, undated. Box 4
 
Herbert Glacier, Photos and Research Notes, undated. Box 4
Box 4-5
Cottonwood Fertilization Plots of D.B. Lawrence in Glacier Bay (The Farm)  Box 4-5
Box 4
GB Cottonwood Fertilization Plots -- Goose Cove -- Location Maps, undated. Box 4
 
GB Cottonwood & Alder Data, 1953 Box 4
 
GB Cottonwoods Harvested, undated. Box 4
Note Age, fresh weights with bag, leaves, twigs, tops, roots.
 
Photos and Negatives, undated. Box 4
 
Cottonwood Fertilization Plots and Observational Data, undated. Box 4
 
Goose Cove Data Sheets, undated. Box 4
 
GB Pebble Analyses, undated. Box 4
 
Data Computed, 1947-1955 Box 4
 
Hulbert, Lloyd C., Muir Inlet Fertilization Plots: Maps and Diagrams, 1949 Box 4
 
Lawrence, D.B. & E.G. & Hulbert, Lloyd, Cottonwood Fertilization Plots, 1949 Box 4
 
Alder & Cottonwood Growth Data Collected, 1952 Box 4
 
"The Farm" - Miscellaneous Including Important Maps, undated. Box 4
Box 5
Data Sheets for Goose Cove, undated. Box 5
 
Plot Data, 1949-1950 Box 5
 
Nutrients Data, Fertilizer Plots, undated. Box 5
 
Hughes, Jeff W., Study of Naf Goose Cove, 1989 Box 5
 
Goose Cove - Nunatak Cove, Lawrence, D.B. & E.G. & Hulbert, Lloyd, 1949-1988 Box 5
 
Populus Fertilization Plot Measurements, 1952 Box 5
Note Copy #1.
 
Populus Fertilization Plot Measurements, 1955 Box 5
Note Copy #1.
 
Lawrence, E.G. Glacier Bay Area Notes, 1952 Box 5
 
Refined Data Typed, undated. Box 5
 
Cottonwood Sapling Fertilizer Plot Data, Field Notebooks, 1952, 1955 Box 5
 
Goose Cove - Nunatak Cove, Lawrence, D.B. & E.G. & Hulbert, Lloyd, 1949-1982 Box 5
 
Experimental Cottonwood Data - Goose Cove/Nunatak Cove, 1949-1952, 1955 Box 5
 
GB Glacier Advance, undated. Box 5
 
Stimulation of Adjacent Plants by N-Fixers, undated. Box 5
 
GB Air & Soil Temp Table, undated. Box 5
 
White, James, Permanent Plots, undated. Box 5
 
Stimulations of Tree Growth by Sitka Alder Through Atmospheric Nitrogen Fixation, undated. Box 5
Note Submitted to Journal of Forestry (not published).
 
Survey of Closed Basin Lakes, 1960 Box 5
Note Negatives and photos.
 
Interglacial Mosses, undated. Box 5
 
Correspondence  Box 5
 
Carson, Rachel, 1962 Box 5
 
Conway, Verona. Reprints, 1985-1987 Box 5
 
Cooke, William Bridge, 1978-1987 Box 5
 
Cooke, William Bridge, 1988-1992 Box 5
 
Crocker, Robert L., 1952-1963, 1983, 1993 Box 5
Note Correspondence, Photographs, Obituary
 
Field, William O., 1941-1954 Box 5
 
Field, William O., 1955-1968 Box 5
 
Field, William O., 1974-1993 Box 5
 
Howe, Robert & Doris, 1960-1974, 1984-1989 Box 5
 
Lindeman, Raymond L., 1939, 1942, 1973-1978 Box 5
Note Reprints of Lindeman's papers.
 
Milner, Alexander, 1986-1993 Box 5
 
Moyle, John B., undated. Box 5
Note Reprints and publications.
 
Schoenike, Roland E., 1952, 1955 Box 5
Note Glacier Bay diaries.
 
Schoenike, Roland E., undated. Box 5
Note Biographical material to go to Alaska State Historical Library, Juneau, AK.
 
Sprague, Roderick, 1952-1962 Box 5
 
Dryas Drummondi Study  Box 5
 
Data Collected by Lawrence and Schoenike, Glacier Bay, 1955 Box 5
 
Study by Lawrence and Schoenike, 1956 Box 5
 
Correspondence, 1955-1964 Box 5
 
Correspondence, 1965-1979, 1991 Box 5
 
Reprints  Box 5
Box 6
Reprints, Publications and Manuscripts  Box 6
 
Lawrence, Donald B.  Box 6
 
Reprints, 1934-1949 Box 6
 
Reprints, 1950-1965 Box 6
 
Reprints, 1966-1993 Box 6
 
A fifth expedition to Glacier Bay, Alaska and a summary of twenty five years of observations, 1941 Box 6
Note Manuscript.
 
Late-Wisconsin Glacial sequence in the Glacier Bay Region, Southeastern Alaska, 1956 Box 6
Note Unpublished manuscript.
 
History of climatic change in Western North America as revealed by recent fluctuations of closed-basin lakes, 1960 Box 6
Note  A regional survey. Graduate school grant application.
 
Ecology, Thirty Year Index, 1952 Box 6
Biographical/History note Elizabeth Lawrence was a contributor
 
Alaska Publications, undated. Box 6
 
Faegri, Knut  Box 6
 
Correspondence regarding manuscripts, undated. Box 6
 
Original typescript, circa 1934 Box 6
 
Translation, English (Josedalsbre, Norway), circa 1934 Box 6
 
Friedel, Corrected, 1938 Box 6
 
Hall, George A. Report of a visit of Hoonah AK, 1960 Box 6
 
Juday, G.P. Hugh Miller Island plots at Station 33, 1991 Box 6
 
Echslin, Max. Contribution to the knowledge of plant colonization of ground moraine soils set free by glaciers (Switzerland), 1935 Box 6
 
Ovington manuscript, undated. Box 6
 
Schreckental-Schimitschek, Gertrud. Influence of soil upon vegetation in the moraine terrain of Mittelberg Glacier (Pitztal, Tyrol), 1935 Box 6
Note Translation by Ben Palmer.
 
Stephens, F. R.  Box 6
 
Draft (w/ Alexander, E.B. et al.), 1969 Box 6
 
Primary ecosystems developing below receding glaciers in Southeast Alaska, 1969 Box 6
 
Vogler, Paul  Box 6
 
Uber die Verbrietungs Mittel der Schwizweischen Alpenflanzen, 1901 Box 6
 
Manuscripts, undated. Box 6
Box 7
Articles and Reports  Box 7
 
An Adventure in Eating, 1946 Box 7
 
Climates of Oregon and Washington, 1934 Box 7
 
Data Essential to Completeness of Reports on Seed Germination of Native Plants, 1946 Box 7
 
Long Range Regulation Change Sampling, 1964 Box 7
 
Measurement of the Level of the Ground Water at the Cedar Creek Forest, 1953 Box 7
 
Observations on design and testing of over-show motor vehicles, 1945 Box 7
 
Recent Variations in Glaciers and Closed-Basin Lakes - Indications of Climatic Change, 1969 Box 7
 
Report to the Directors of the Hill Family Foundation, 1959 Box 7
 
Seminars  Box 7
 
Botany Seminar: History of Ecology, 1952 Box 7
 
Earth-Science Seminar on Climatic Change, 1955 Box 7
 
Fire History of Northwestern North America - Ecology Department Seminar, 1969 Box 7
 
History of Vegetation Science, 1947 Box 7
 
Symbiosis of Attiine Ants and Fungi, 1934 Box 7
 
Course Outlines and Syllabi  Box 7
 
Experimental Ecology course outline and syllabi, 1942 Box 7
 
Floodplan Succession Bibliography, 1956 Box 7
 
History of Ecology outline and syllabus, undated. Box 7
Box 8
Oversize Materials  Box 8
 
Maps, photos of Glacier Bay Fertilization Plots, circa 1940s Box 8
Box 9-18
Audio Visual Materials  Box 9-18
 
Slides taken by Donald Lawrence of various expeditions. Arranged chronologically by year. These boxes are located in the University Archives film vault, 1939-1994 Box 9-18