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Correspondence from Dick Carter to Dale Bosworth about use of the forest plan in the proposed improvements on Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Dick Carter to Dave Baumgartner, expressign concern over the maintaining the existing values of Logan Canyon and coming to a reasonable solution for all agencies involved.

Correspondence from Dick Carter to Desmond Anderson defending Utah Wilderness Association's role in maintaining the exisiting quality of Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Assistant Regional Director E. M. Lisle to Dean J. Whitney Floyd on April 6, 1962 about the road construction in Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Eunice Peterson, Secretary to the Dean, to Kathryn Young, Triple H Ranch, November 21, 1961 abot the study on impact of highways on natural resources.

Correspondence from Fern Shepard to Clinton Topham requesting a copy of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement and for the days for comment to be extended to 120 rather than 30 days.

Correspondence from Floyd Iverson to J. Whitney Floyd, December 4, 1961 in response to the related decisions for Logan Canyon Highway construction project.

Correspondence from George Bohn to Brian Beard defining the action plan which must comply with various legislative requirements such as NEPA, and outline how the State will coordinate with other government entities and the public in developing plans…

Correspondence from George Bohn to William Hurley explaining the category assignment of the Logan Canyon project from nonmajor to major and that environmental actions are under CEQ and DOT.

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to State Road Commission Chairman E.E. Howe concerning the diversion of forest highway funds allotted for construction of the road between Logan and Garden City to construction efforts along the…

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to Richfield Lions Club Secretary, Ernest R. Hill concerning a Lions Club resolution that the State Road Commission address a hazardous curve on Highway 89 in Sevier County.

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to F.P. Champ of the Cache Valley Banking Company, reiterating the Governor's interest in having the section of Highway 89 between Logan and Garden City completed early.

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to U.S. Bureau of Public Roads Chief, Thomas H. MacDonald concerning the construction of a road that would connect Cedar Breaks National Monument to the Long Valley Road section of Highway 89.

Correspondence from Utah Governor Henry Blood to State Road Commission Chairman W.D. Hammond concerning a recent trip the governor made on Highway 89, his impressions of the road quality in southern Utah, and his commendation to the State Road…

Correspondence from Hugh Thompson to "Friends" to develop alternatives for predator management and control on the Dixie National Forest.

Correspondence from J. Calvin Giddings of the Wasatch Mountain Club to Daryl Chase, Utah State University President, and forwarded to Dean Floyd.

Correspondence from Dean J. Floyd Whitney of College of Forest, Range and Wildlife Managment, to C. Burton Taylor of Utah State Highway Department on June 23, 1961 about the roadwork in Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from J. L. Mower to Rudy Lukez. Logan Canyon designated as a Scenic Byway. Notes a preliminary evaluation of the Wasatch Variation as the preferred northern route of the Kern River and Wycal pipeline.

Correspondence from Dean J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range and Wildlife Management, to Executive Editor A. C. Beck, Salt Lake Tribune, June 21, 1961 about the road improvements in Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Dean J. Whitney Floyd, College Forest, Range and Wildlife Management, to C. Taylor Burton of Utah Highway Department on June 30, 1961 about Logan Canyon Road.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to Chairman George Fallon on the house committee of public works and subcommittee of public roads discussing the need for road construction. Copy.

Correspondence from Dean J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range and Wildlife Management, to General Manager D. Robertson, Deseret News, on June 21, 1961 about the road improvement.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to Daryl Chase, December 2, 1961 discussing the Statement on Road Construction and Resouce Use and its dissemination to the Utah congressional delegation.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to President Daryl Chase, June 22, 1961 referencing the Director of Highways.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to Daryl Chase, Utah State University, on November 3, 1961.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, Dean College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to Ernest Linford, Salt Lake Tribune, on November 3, 1961.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to Floyd Iverson, December 2, 1961 about the Road Construction and Resouce Use statement.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd , College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to Floyd Iverson, Regional Forester, on November 1, 1961.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to Floyd Iverson, Regional Forester, on November 14, 1961 about Logan Canyon Road and road improvements.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, College of Forest, Range and Wildlife Managment, to Floyd Iverson, Regional Forester, on October 25, 1961 about principles of good lane use.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, Dean College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife Management, to Frank S. Bunker, March 15, 1962.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to George Dewey Clyde, November 3, 1961

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd to John Funk, January 24, 1962 regarding the Road Construction and Resource Use statement.

Correspondence from J. Whitney Floyd, Dean College of Forest, Range, and Wildlife, to S. G. Merryman, Northern Pacific Railway Co., on December 1, 1961 about the Road Construction and Resource Use statement.

Correspondence from Jack Berryman to Louis Clapper, December 1, 1961

Correspondence from Jack Berryman to Mr. Michaelson on the material for "The Agent."

Correspondence from Jack H. Berryman to Richard H. Stroud, December 1, 1961 concerning Logan Canyon Road and highway planning.

Correspondence from Jack H. Berryman to President Daryl Chase, September 1, 1961 about Logan Canyon Road Construction.

Correspondence from Jack Spence to Dale Bosworth stating that the Forest Plan needs to be taken seriously in consideration of the modifications proposed about Logan Canyon.

Correspondence from Jack Spence to Dale Bosworth discussing the Agency Alternative for the Logan Canyon improvements project.

Correspondence from Jack Spence to James Naegle expressing his concerns about the role of the Interdisciplinary team, concerns about the Environmental Impact Statement, and concerns about his faith in UDOT and CH2M Hill.

Correspondence from Jack Spence to R. James Naegle identifying the problems with the Draft Environmental Impact Statement.

Letter to Rudy Lukez from Jack Spence.

Correspondence from James Naegle to Rudy Lukez stating the intent to not release the Draft Environmental Impact Statement to avoid any unnecessary confusion.

Correspondence from Jean Launer to Rudy Lukez giving examples of projects in other states where administrative changes in design standards were changed for environmental reasons.

Correspondence from Jo Jones to Brian addressing his concerns and giving him the names and locations of people to contact to ensure than an EIS is produced

Correspondence from Julia Gold to Clifford Forsgren of CH2M HILL concerning the proposed changes to the Logan Canyon Highway 89. She discusses the scenic experience of driving Logan Canyon and briefly mentions the environmental effects. Also suggests…

Correspondence from Keith P. Lautenbach to Brian Beard of the Sierra Club in response to Beard's previous correspondence about the FHWA's compliance with NEPA and other agency regulations.

Correspondence from Keith Lautenbach (on behalf of Daniel Watt) to Brian Beard, (with Lautenbach's signature) in response to Beard's previous correspondence about the FHWA's compliance with NEPA and other agency regulations.

Correspondence from Kenley Brunsdale to James Hansen, April 12, 1990, requesting the Congressman gain authorization prior to testifing before a subcommittee.