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Campus Groups

Persons, Woody Plants, Trees, Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher Leadershape [Members of the group participate in activities at the Ford Forestry Center.]

Scanned: July 19, 2007


Delaware Location

Woody Plants, Trees, Buildings, Education Old Delaware School [View of the school building which stands out among the other houses.]

Scanned: April 30, 2010


Schools - Otter Lake Agricultural School

Buildings, Education, Woody Plants, Trees Otter Lake Agricultural School [Exterior view of the building in the woods.]

Scanned: February 24, 2010


Schools

Education, Buildings, Public Buildings, Woody Plants, Trees Famed Hubbell School in Houghton. Was once the much frequented forestry building on the Michigan Tech Campus. [Photo of the Jay A. Hubbell school showing some of its' architectural detail]

Scanned: February 1, 2007


Education

Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Persons, Woody Plants, Trees Forestry Professor John Veenstra believes in the railroad adage "See America First." So he takes his botany class around the College Ave. campus where a great variety of ash, maple and elm trees grow. "It is well that students know first the trees in their own environment," he says. "Then they can branch out". This group listens in the shade to the instructor, left. When the unit completes the flora course it is ready for fauna (zoology) study. [The group of students pay close attention to the instructor who stands next to a large tree.]

Scanned: December 6, 2007


Schools - St. Joseph Parochial School

Buildings, Education, Woody Plants, Trees Built in 1930, the St. Joseph bulding is of steel and masonry construction and has 32,800 gross square feet of floor space. The Lake Linden-Hubbell Board of Education has entered into an agreement to purchase the St. Joseph building from the Diocese of Marquette for $70,000. Plans now are for the St. Joseph's building to house the kindergarten and grades one through four. [Exterior view of the building.]

Scanned: February 11, 2009


Schools - Doelle

Buildings, Education, Woody Plants, Trees Doelle School Today [A through the trees view of the school building.]

Scanned: January 20, 2009


MTU Campus Mall

Seasons, Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Woody Plants, Trees Students walking to class on a Fall day

Scanned: March 16, 2011


Central Mine School

Education, Buildings, Woody Plants, Trees Central Mine School (7/1921) [Front Profile of the Central Mine School]

Scanned: December 6, 2006


Forestry

Persons, Education, Postsecondary Education, Education, Higher, Woody Plants, Trees Far from being treed, these men know exactly what they are talking about. They are Swede Larson forester for the Marathon Corp., Prof. Gene Hesterberg and scaling the log, Prof. Helmuth Steinhilb, all of whom were prominent in the recent field demonstration tour of Michigan Techs Alberta Forestry Center. Prof. Steinhilb dealt extensively on grading, while Dr. Hesterberg, forest pathologist of the schools forestry department explained the relation of defect in green standing timber to development of cull. [Two of the men look on while the other scales logs.]

Scanned: December 3, 2007