Name

National Endowment for the Arts (4)
United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service (4)
University of Massachusetts Amherst (2)
Adams, Carolyn A. (1)
Averill, Anne (1)
Brill, Michael (1)
Design History Foundation (1)
Federal Design Assembly (1)
Iowa School for the Deaf (1)
Lipske, Mike (1)
Lowe, Florence (1)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology . School of Architecture and Planning (1)
National Endowment for the Arts . Architecture + Environmental Arts Program (1)
National Endowment for the Arts . Design Arts Program. (1)
National Endowment for the Arts . Design Program (1)
Pratt Institute . School of Architecture (1)
Randhir, Timothy O. (1)
Siegel, RitaSue (1)
University of California, Berkeley . College of Environmental Design (1)
University of Massachusetts Amherst . Campus Pond (1)
University of Massachusetts Amherst . Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering (1)
University of Massachusetts Amherst . Department of Environmental Conservation (1)
University of Massachusetts Amherst. Department of Entomology (1)
Villecco, Marguerite (1)
WFCR (Radio station : Amherst, Mass). (1)
Wells, Gary W. (1)

Topic

Environmental aspects (27)
Newspapers (20)
Roads (20)
Social life and customs (20)
Antinuclear movement (5)
Architecture (4)
Fishing (4)
Landscape assessment (4)
Regional planning (4)
Fire fighters (2)
Fires (2)
Herbicides (2)
History (2)
Rural churches (2)
Tornadoes (2)
Urban beautification (2)
Architectural design (1)
Arson (1)
Avian influenza (1)
Bandstands (1)
Bees (1)
Boatbuilding (1)
Canoes and canoeing (1)
Casualties (1)
City planning (1)
Compost (1)
Cranberries (1)
Dams (1)
Deer hunting (1)
Dogs (1)
Ecohydrology (1)
Ecologists (1)
Environmental engineering (1)
Environmentalism (1)
Faculty (1)
Fire departments (1)
Fire stations (1)
Fish stocking (1)
Forest management (1)
Graphic arts (1)
Gypsy moth (1)
Hydrologists (1)
Interviews (1)
Nature and civilization (1)
Nature centers (1)
Overcrowding (1)
Pesticides (1)
Police misconduct (1)
Psychological aspects (1)
Public schools (1)
Railroad stations (1)
Recycling (1)
Remodeling for other use (1)
Research grants (1)
Stone walls (1)
Students, Foreign (1)
War tax resistance (1)
Wetlands (1)

Genre

Newspapers (20)
Reports (4)
Publications (3)
Oral histories (document genres) (2)
Broadcasts (1)
Gelatin silver prints (1)
Lectures (1)
Periodicals (1)
Photographs (1)
Press releases (1)
Sound recordings (1)

Collection

Wendell Post (20)
National Endowment for the Arts Records (5)
National Endowment for the Arts Collection (3)
UMass Amherst Oral History Collection (2)
UMass Amherst Sesquicentennial Oral History Collection (2)
University Photograph Collection (1)
WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection (1)

Place

Massachusetts (22)
Wendell (20)
Wendell (Mass.) (20)
Washington (D.C.) (8)
Amherst (Mass.) (2)
Loess Hills National Scenic Byway (Iowa) (2)
United States (2)
Amherst (1)
Bowditch Hall, UMass Amherst, Amherst (Mass.) (1)
Iowa (1)
New Salem (1)
Orange (1)
Quabbin Reservoir (Mass.) (1)

 

 

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Amherst (Mass.) - Ecology versus environmentalism and human attitudes toward nature; evolution of human ideas about nature.
(WFCR Radio Broadcast Collection)

Bookchin, Murray, 1921-2006
1978 Aug. 24
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Washington (D.C.) -
(National Endowment for the Arts Collection)

Villecco, Marguerite
1981
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Washington (D.C.) - Report on a study of American artists using data derived from the 1990 federal census, focusing on geography, employment, earnings, demographic background, characteristics of artists' households, and housing.
(National Endowment for the Arts Records)

United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service
1995 Nov.
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Washington (D.C.) -
(National Endowment for the Arts Collection)

1983 – 2009
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Washington (D.C.) - Case study in rural landscape design, examining local conservation and development and sponsored by the Design Program of the National Endowment for the Arts and the Natural Resources Conservation Service of the US Department of Agriculture.
(National Endowment for the Arts Records)

Askew, Mimi W.
1995 Nov.
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Wendell (Mass.) - Includes articles on a tax reduction overturn, Route 2 extension project controversy, an interview with Selectperson Don Ellis, an article about icy roads reprinted from a 1924 newspaper and a biographical sketch about Wendell resident Harry Thayer.
(Wendell Post)

1977 Dec.
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Washington (D.C.) - Case study in rural landscape design, examining local conservation and development and sponsored by the Design Program of the National Endowment for the Arts and the Natural Resources Conservation Service of the US Department of Agriculture.
(National Endowment for the Arts Records)

Askew, Mimi
1995 Nov.
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Wendell (Mass.) - Includes articles on wetlands, Wendell released from threat of Route 2 relocation, old excise tax bills explained, Town Meeting highlights, Planning Board update, the Farmer's Home Administration funds new houses, open space and recreation plan for Wendell, Conservation Commission report, Wetlands Protection Act, opinions on Route 2 debate, restaurant reviews, Wendell Recording Studio, town w... more
(Wendell Post)

1987 Nov. – 1987 Dec.
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Wendell (Mass.) - Includes articles on awaiting the tax rate announcement, a meeting with the DPW and the National Wildlife Federation on the Route 2 extension plan, frustration with statements made by Selectman Donald Ellis regarding the sentiment of Wendell voters on the Route 2 extension, free cash and the tax rate, letter to the editor regarding a Recorder article about the National Wildlife Federation's o... more
(Wendell Post)

1978 Feb.
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Washington (D.C.) - Case study in rural landscape design, examining local conservation and development and sponsored by the Design Program of the National Endowment for the Arts and the Natural Resources Conservation Service of the US Department of Agriculture.
(National Endowment for the Arts Records)

Askew, Mimi W.
1995 Nov.