Researchers can find the Records of the National and Provincial Parks Association of Canada/Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (NPPAC/CPAWS) at the Trent University Archives. The fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, memos, publications, and financial and administrative records of the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. Also included are materials relating to campaigns, donors, etc.
1963-2000. — .85 m of textual records. — ca. 60 photographs.
Highlights: Temagami SLF and Forest Authority; Madawaska; Wildlands League activities.
Featured image: Plan of Work and Point Du Bois Falls, in Canadian Machine and Metalworking (January – June 1913), 1913. Fisher Library, University of Toronto. Accessed via Wikimedia Commons.
Emily Jane Davis
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