The C. C. Hall Photograph Album consists of 54 photographs collected by C. C. (Charles Chandler) Hall during his career with the U.S. Forest Service, from 1906 to 1933. R. E. (Raymond E.) Marsh, a photographer for the U.S. Forest Service, took some but not all of the photographs; the other photographer(s) are unknown. The photographs depict the forest rangers and stations from C. C. Hall’s time as a forest reserves supervisor in Arizona, Montana, New Mexico and Oregon. Rare photographs of Aldo Leopold are included in the album.
0.1 cubic feet, including 54 photographs; 1 box
The collection is arranged as a single series.
The Special Collections & Archives Research Center's holdings include collections documenting national forests and forest reserves in Oregon. The Gerald G. Williams Collection (MSS WilliamsG) contains documents referring to the Santiam National Forest and the Gerald G. Williams Digital Collection provides photographs from Santiam. The Siuslaw National Forest Collection consists of thousands of photographs from Siuslaw National Forest. Print maps from the National Forests in Oregon (MAPS USFS) collection created during Hall’s time are also available. The papers of Fred Elijah Ames, a contemporary of Hall depicted in the album, are held at the University of Oregon, Special Collections and University Archives.