Contents of Archives

As of 8/20/2003 from Jules Orkin 

Abbreviations:

WH Bill Hoeferlin

MK Meyer Kukle               

LBP Long Brown Path

BM Bill Myles

JNO Jules Orkin

FP Frank Place

RHT Raymond H Torrey

TC New York New Jersey Trail Conference

TW Trail Walker publication

 

 

Place, Frank

Trail clippings notebooks on microfilm at the American Geographical Society collection of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee library. Consisting of 5 reels as follows:

1.       Vol.1(1908-1921)

2.       Vol.2 - Vol. 6 (part) 1921-1926

3.       Vol.6 (cont.) - Vol. 10 (part 1) 1926-1934

4.       Vol.10 (cont.) - Vol. 14 (part 1) 1934-1937

5.       Vol.14 (cont.) - Vol. 17 1937-1950

 

We have two complete sets of 5 reels each. One was purchased November, 1984 at a cost of  $22.50. One set is stamped "Copy" on every box.

 

We have printed copies (origin unknown) of the following:

 

1.       Vol.6 1926-1927 13 pages

2.       Vol.7 1928-1930 19 pages

3.       Vol.8 1930-1932 14 pages

4.       Vol.9 1932-1933  5 pages

5.       Vol.10 cont. 1934- 1935 7 pages

6.       Vol.11 April 1935- December 1935, 5 pages

7.       Vol.12 Jan. to September, 1936 13 pages.

8.       Vol.13 October 1936- April 1937 17 pages

9.       Vol.14  May 1937- April 1938 8 pages.

 

Mainly consists of "long brown path" articles.

LOCATION: Place notebooks folder

 

 

Trailwalker, about, index to, inventory of.

 

We have an original typed and a photocopied duplicate index of the Trail Walker 1965- 1990. Listed is each issue and the subjects contained therein. Probably done by John Danielson.

 

We have a handwritten and a photocopied duplicate of a TrailWalker inventory dated Feb., 1996.

LOCATION: Trail Walker-folder.

 

 

Long Brown Path

Date                       Subject

4/4/38                    Nature Friends Catskill trails

4/5/38                    The right to walk

5/2/38                    Hoeferlin map list #1-26 of 39 maps

5/3/38                    maps & guidebooks

5/4/38                    AT in New England

5/31/38                  NJ Palisades shore path     

6/2/38                    Mt Taurus quarrying

6/3/38                    Events of outdoor groups

 

 

Hoeferlin Map Listing as of 5/3/38 as reported in LBP

 

1.       Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, NY. covers bridle paths on the Rockefeller estate.

2.       Blauvelt (Piermont) Hill, Sparkill to Nyack NY, with Old Tweed Trail, bridle paths and pine nursery

3.       PreaknessHills, Franklin Lakes to Totowa, NJ. A wild section of wooded hills & gorges.

4.       Hudson Highlands,  Bear Mountain to Highland Falls, NY. Wild hills & swamps, many lakes,

5.       Northern Ramapo Mountains (Suffern-Tuxedo-Ladentown), maze of marked trails, others to get lost on.

6.       South Mountain Reservation, Millburn, NJ

7.       Silver Lake Park & Kensico Reservoir, White Plains NY

8.       Hook Mountain Section, Interstate Park, Nyack to Haverstraw, NY

9.       Fishkill Mountains, Beacon to Cold Spring, NY

10.    Montauk Point, L.I. including Hither Hills State Park

11.    Morristown NJ National historical park

12.    West Point, Black Rock Forest and Storm King, Cornwall NY

13.    PomptonHills, Butler to Montville NJ

14.    StateCamp Reservation (Anthony's Nose) Peekskill, NY

15.    Southern Ramapo Mountains (Suffern-Pompton-Ringwood NJ

16.    Dunderberg and West Mountain. Bear Mountain to Tompkins Cove NY

17.    Arden to Tuxedo ( Harriman Park) east to Pyngyp Mountain

18.    Schunemunk Mountain. Monroe to Salisbury Mills NY

19.    Taconic Mountains South. Hillsdale to Millerton NY

20.    Alley Pond and Hillside Park. Douglaston to Jamaica NY

21.    Greenwood Lake NY NJ Arden-Hewitt-Warwick area

22.    Prospect Park and Botanic Gardens, Brooklyn NY

23.    Fort Tryon Park, New York City

24.    Palisades of the Hudson. Edgewater-Englewood-Tappan

25.    Eastern Catskills. Palenville-Hunter-Phoenicia

26.    Mianus River Valley. Stamford Conn. To Bedford NY

 

 

 

 

Bill Myles Collection: Received by JNO 3/2/01 from DanChazin consisting of two boxes as follows:

 

1.       3x5 card file, black & white marbled cardboard box, 11 ½" deep, in 3 general categories general-trails-lakes, semi-tightly packed, written longhand in BM's small script. Many 2 line synopsis's and the date & source of the newspaper article or other source. An excellent secondary finding aid.

2.       Black hinged ledger containing all (incomplete) versions, printings of WH Harriman maps 4, 5, 16, 17, some originals and some copies. Handwritten table in front shows contents . Missing in set 4

3.       Trail map collection in a cardboard magazine folder. An extensive collection of WH& TC maps.

4.       Six loose leaf scrapbooks containing:

  1. TW's from 1969- 1975. 7 TW issues are needed for our duplicate archive TW set.
  2. Collection of Trailside Museum & Zoo- Historical Papers as follows:

 

  1. The Treasure Rock Complex In Harriman Park #1/89 by Gardiner F. Watts
  2. The Station for the Study of Insects and the 1st Nature Trail #2/89 by Anne Lutz
  3. Horse Stable Mountain in History and Legend #3/89 by Andrew J Smith
  4. Ramapo Mountain Folk #4/89 no author listed
  5. History of a Country Church: St. Johns in the Wilderness #5/89 by Andrew J Smith
  6. Walking Stick and Handle Making: An overlooked Art #6/89 by Andrew J  Smith
  7. Forgotten Landmarks #7/89 by Andrew J Smith
  8. More Forgotten Landmarks #8/89 by Andrew J Smith
  9. Country Pastimes and Celebrations of Yesteryear #10/89 by Andrew J Smith
  10. Country Schools of Rockland County #11/89 by Andrew J Smith
  11. Notable Personalities of the Region #12/89 by Andrew J Smith
  12. Forgotten  Landmarks IV #13/89 by Andrew J Smith
  13. More Notable Personalities of the Region #14/89 by Andrew J Smith
  14. Skedaddle Rocks #15/89 by Jack Focht
  15. Forgotten Landmarks V #1/90 by Andrew J Smith
  16. Still More Notable Personalities in the Region #2/90 by Andrew J Smith
  17. The Historical Hikers #3/90 by Gardiner Watts
  18. St. Johns in the Wilderness #4/90 by Donald B Stewart (talk given July, 1980)
  19. A Surprising Discovery #5/90 by James A Mead
  20. The Changing Face of Nature in the Park 1930-1990 #6/90 by Robert F Deed
  21. part 2 of above #7/90 by Robert F Deed
  22. Boy Finds Indian Cave and Rare Relic #8/90 by Robert D Scott
  23. Notable Personalities of the Region IV #9/90 by Andrew J Smith
  24. Forgotten Landmarks VI #10/90 by Andrew J Smith
  25. Notable Personalities of the Region V #11/90 by Andrew J Smith
  26. Forgotten Landmarks VII #12/90 by Andrew J Smith
  27. Reward: Search for Lost Landmark #13/90 by Jack Focht
  28. Indian Pot Found at Bear Mountain #15/90 by James D Burggraf
  29. Ghost Stories & Haunted Houses of the Hudson Valley #28/90 by Andrew J Smith
  30. German Influence in America: Hudson Valley New York #29/90 by Andrew J Smith
  31. An Indian Campsite in Harriman Park #30/90 by James A Mead
  32. My Two Summers at SSI #32/90 by David Rockefeller
  33. Remembering Ruby Jolliffe & the Regional Museums of the 30s #33/90 by Tib Kelly Saunders
  34. Uncle Bennie # 34/90 by Jack Focht
  35. Camps at Kanawauke Lake #35/90 by Elizabeth ("Perk") Stalter
  36. Dream Come True: My Part at Trailside Museum #36/90 by Marion B Carr
  37. Looking Back: My Summers at Scout Camp at Lake Kanawauke #37/90 by Martin A Battestin
  38. Do You Remember: Reminiscences of Sloatsburg, part II #38/90 by G. Frederick  Waldron
  39. part III of above #39/90 by G. Frederick Waldron
  40. ‘Lifelines' at Kanawauke Lakes #40/90  by Elizabeth ("Perk") Stalter
  41. Battle of the Twin Forts Clinton & Montgomery October 6, 1777 #41/90 no author listed
  42. Archaeology Fever #42/90 by Maria Roth
  43. Johnsontown Methodist Episcopal Church #43/90 by Elsie M Maddaus
  44. Nature Study & the Appalachian Trail #1/91 by Elizabeth D Levers
  45. The Floating Island of Lake Tiorati # B (botanical)2/91 by Jack Focht
  46. My SSI Days #2/91 by Albert C. Redmond M.D.
  47. The Mason Farm #4/91 by Jack Focht
  48. Dan Beard at Brooklands, Suffern 1928-1941 #5/91 by Gardiner F Watts
  49. The Rink #6/91 by Elizabeth ("Perk") Stalter
  50. Family Ancestry in Bear Mountain #7/91 by Andrew J Smith
  51. My Memories of SSI #9/91 by Kenneth F Valentine
  52. Some Flashbacks From My Bear Mountain Days # 10/91 by Mildred L Rulison
  53. Lake Te Ata #11/91 by William J Myles
  54. Recollections of Pine Meadow #19/91 by Evelyn Conklin Phillips (1917-1987)
  55. Recollections of Johnsontown Road #26/91 by Marvel Becraft Babcock
  56. An Indian Rock Carving Rediscovered # 27/91 by Edward J Lenik et al
  57. Pine Meadow Stories my Great-Grandparents Told Me #27/91 by Frank Grippo Sr.
  58. Was Mountain Life Already Doomed #28/91 by M Smeltzer Stevenot
  59. The Lost Years #29/91 by M Smeltzer Stevenot
  60. The June Cemeteries of Doodletown #31/91 by M Smeltzer Stevenot
  61. A Short History of Barnes Lake and the Central New York Colony Club #32/91 by Ruth Lederer
  62. Doodletown: From The Revolution to its Demise #33/91 by Betsy Thomason
  63. Conklins of Rockland # 1/92 by M Smeltzer Stevenot
  64. How Johnsontown Began # 2/92 by M Smeltzer Stevenot
  65. Gardner's Rock # 3/92 by Carol White
  66. Park Personnel # 4/92 by Joseph Sutherland
  67. Going Fishing: Johnsontown Church # 5/92 by Clarence Conklin
  68. William Thompson Howell: Highland Notes #1 # 6/92 by Rena Lee
  69. Jerome Charleston # 7/92 by Norman Brahm
  70. The Charlestons of St. Johns # 8/92 by M Smeltzer Stevenot
  71. The Old Mill on Popolopen Torne # 9/92 by William J Myles
  72. 1933 PIPC Press Release on William T. Howell by Raymond Torrey adopted by Rena Lee # 10/92
  73. Suffern's United States Senator: Royal S Copeland # 11/92 by Gardner F Watts
  74. Baileytown: A Vanishing Hamlet # 12/92 by Marlorie Smeltzer Stevenot
  75. Unclaimed Reward: Search for Lost Landmark Continues # 13/92 by Jack Focht
  76. The Bridge That Was Not Built at Bear Mountain # 14/92 by William J Myles
  77. Iron In Their Veins: Miners of the Ramapos # 15/92 by Marjorie Smeltzer Stevenot
  78. A Reminiscence: My Grandfather and Father # 17/92  by Norma Charleston Foyneer
  79. SSI Renewal: A 21st Century Proposal # 18/92 by Jack Focht
  80. Dr. Frank E Lutz # 19/92 by Jack Focht
  81. The Stained Glass Windows at St. John's in the Wilderness # 20/92 by M Smeltzer Stevenot
  82. How The Park Began # 21/92 by Marjorie Smeltzer Stevenot
  83. They Sleep in the Hills: Burying Grounds Within The Park # 22/92 by M Smeltzer Stevenot
  84. Mountain Mysteries: The Jackie Jones Petroglyph # 23/92 by Edward J Lenik et al
  85. William Thompson Howell: Highland Notes #2 # 24/92 by Rena Lee
  86. The Peekskill Meteorite: A Search for Specimens in the Park  (geological) # 1/93 by Jack Focht
  87. The Sandyfield Cook book # 1/93 by Andrew J Smith
  88. Sandyfield Alive and Well # 2/93 by Claire Odell Schaper
  89. Thomas A Edison: Absentee Landowner in Doodletown # 3/93 by Gary Haugland
  90. Poet's Legacy: Ode to Walt Whitman # 4/93 by Jack Focht
  91. Mystery of the Clovis Points # 5/93 by Jack Focht
  92. Ruby M Jolliffe: Camp Superintendent at Bear Mountain 1920- 1948 # 7/93 by Jack Focht
  93. A Ramapo Mountain Rockshelter Revisited # 8/93 by Edward J Lenik
  94. Spanish Silver Mine Investigations (geological) # 1/94 by Frank B Lown
  95. Lost Davis Mines Investigations (geological) # 2/94 by Andrew J Smith
  96. The Ironworks at Cedar Ponds # 1/94 by Edward J Lenik
  97. Ludvig Tichy, Gone But Not Forgotten # 2/94 by Andrew J Smith
  98. William J Carr # 3/94 no author listed
  99. The Legends of Letterock Mountain # 5/94 by Edward J Lenik et al
  100. Phantasms of the Ramapos # 6/94 by Norman Brahm
  101. Brundage Cave # 7/94 by Jack Focht
  102. Setting the Record Straight about Maggie Gannon # 2/95 by Andrew J Smith
  103. Pittsboro Revisited # 7/95 by Andrew J Smith
  104. Continuing Information on the Hamlet of Pittsboro # 4/96 by Andrew J Smith
  105. Pittsboro Trail Rediscovered # 10/96 by Andrew J Smith
  106. The Forgotten Hamlet of Pittsboro # 6/95 by Andrew J Smith

 

  1. Other 4 are general clippings, copies of documents and hand written script.

 

5.       Box of bound hardcover, softcover, trail guide and pamphlets on outdoors, several of which possibly belong in the general  library.

6.       Photographs, b&w in 3x5 glassine envelopes. These are the photos used in BM Harriman book, includes some or all negatives. All photos are identified as to place, date & source of photo. Located in green photo box

 

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Walking News: 4-8 page mimeographed hikers newsletter published by WH from January, 1939 to June, 1965 ten times a year except July and August. Was officially recognized by TC. We have a large run mostly from Martin W. Herrick with missing issues as follows:

 

1939: Mar, Sep, Dec

1940: Jun, Sep, Dec

1941: Mar, May, Jun, Sep, Oct, Nov

1942: Feb, Mar, Sep, Oct

1943: Sep, Nov, Dec

1944: Jan, Feb, Apr, May, Jun, Sep, Nov

1945: Jun, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

1946: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Jun, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

1947: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, Jun, Oct, Nov, Dec

1948: Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun

1952: May, Oct

1954: Jun

1956: Jun

1958: Jun 

 

Directory of walking, camping and nature clubs of America May 1, 1939

Directory of walking, camping and nature clubs of America 1942

Directory of walking, mountaineering and nature clubs ofAmerica 3rd edition 1952

Directory of walking trails in the USA 1960

Walking, woodcraft and nature books 1944

 

 

 

HOEFERLIN MAPS

From the combined collections of Bill Myles, ElizabethLevers, Walter Arnstein et al

1.       7/62(2 orig & copy)

2.       2nded. 7/41,3rd ed. 11/45, 4/66, 9/63

3.       1/48(2 orig & copy), 10/58, 10/63, 1/69

4.       2ndptg 4/15/41 (2 orig & lined), 3rd 12/45, 8/47, 5thptg 2/51, 7th ptg 4/63, 8th ptg 8/67, 1970, 1975

5.       7thptg 6/43(2 1 lined & 1 copy), 8th ptg 7/45, 11th ptg5/50, 13th ptg 5/55, 14th ptg 3/58, 15th ptg10/60, 16th ptg 4/63, 17th ptg 4/65, 18th ptg8/67, 8/69. 1975

6.       6/64,4/68

7.       12/42,1/48, 7/64, 7/70

8.       11/41,11/48, 8/53, 2/61, 10/61, 3/64, 11/68, 10/70

9.       2nded rev 8/41, 3rd ed 1/51, 1/56, 6/60, 9/68, rev 5/69 corrected 6/70,1976, 1976 revised 5/77

10.    8/53,4/61, 8/67

11.    12/42,11/46, 7/64

12.    6/1/36tariff, 4/15/42, 9/1/49, 5th ed 1/62, 6th 10/64, 7th4/67, 10/70, 1975

13.    8/37,10/46, 4th 1/51, 7/58, 7/64, 4/68, 8/70

14.    5thed 4/61, 6th ed 12/66, revised 12/66 2nd ptg.

15.    3rd1/38, 4th 1/41, 6th ptg 11/45, 7th 12/50, 8th12/55, 9th 11/59, 10th 6/63, 11th 10/67, 12th10/67

16.    4/15/41,6/43, 4th 12/45, 2/48, 3/51, 11th 9/58, 12th2/61, 10/65, 13th 10/68, 8/70 (2 orig & 1 copyright 1973), 1975,1983

17.    4th1/39, 7th 6/43, 9th 7/46, 10th 1/48, 11th6/50, 12th 6/52, 14th 10/56 (2 orig & copy), 1958(need better copy), 16th 11/62, 17th 8/64 (2 orig &copy), 18th 10/66, 19th 7/68, 20th 5/70, 2ndptg 5/70, 1975

18.    10/40,10/40 w/1942 trail colors, 2nd ed 10/45, 3rd ed 7/48,1/60, 6/63, 6/66, 1/69, 10/70 (2), 1973, 1975

19.    1936,7/47, 2nd 4/54 (2 orig & copy)

20.    1/57,5/70

21.    1936,4th 11/43 (2 orig & copy), 5th 1/47, 6th10/49, 7th 8/52, 8th 10/56, 9th 10/59, 10th8/62, 11th 2/68, 12th 12/68, 2nd ptg 10/70 (2orig & copy), 1979

22.    1945(2copies)

23.    12/47(2 copies)

24.    2nd5/42, 5th 9/48, 6th 7/51, 7th 3/56, 8th5/62, 10th 12/66, 11th 1268, 8/74

25.    8/15/36,2nd 8/39, 4th 9/47, 5th 8/55, 6th8/64, 7th 1/69 (2 copies), 1974, 1975 (2 versions), 1979

26.    11/46,11/56, 11/58, 7/64

27.    7/47,1/59slash 1/62, 1/62 (2orig & copy), 1/67

28.    1936,7/59, 10/68

29.    6/44,1/50, 1/51, 1/64

30.    2/37,6/56, 6/63, 5/69

31.    4thed 7/50, 3/65, 12/66

32.    8/37,2nd ed 9/46, 3rd ed 2/50, 2/51, 2/54, 2/62 (2 orig &copy), 2/67

33.    2nded 7/43 (2 orig & copy), 1/53 (2 orig), 3rd 1/68

34.    9/37,1/70

35.    2/51,2/61 (2 orig  & copy), 11/69, 1975,1976

36.    10,37,3/43, 7/50 (2 copies), 3/60 (2 orig & copy), 7/68 (2 copies), 10/70, 8/74,36A 1979, 36B 1979

37.    3rdptg  11/40 with 1942 color plan (2 orig& copy),  4th 7/44, 7th12/53, 8th 4/58, 9th 11/60, 10th 1/64 (2orig& copy), 11th 7/66, 12th 3/70, 37A & 37B(2sets) 1973.

38.    2nd3/43, 11/50, 5th 5/51, 11/65, 11/66

39.    6/4/?,8/56 (2 orig & copy), 11/69

40.    2nd4/41, 3rd 9/48, 4th 7/50, 8th 8/63 (2orig& copy), 9th 8/66, 40A & 40B 1977

41.    2ndptg 5/46 ( 2 orig & copy), 3rd 1/59 (2 orig), 4th9/66, 5th 9/69, 41A & 41B (2sets) 1974

42.    2nd8/42, 3rd 6/47, 4th 6/52, 5th 6/51, 6th6/65, 7th 1/69, 8th 8/70

43.    7/51,12/54, 12/60, 12/63, 3/69, 1974, 1983

44.    6/44,6/51 (2), 6/69

45.    9/41,1/59, 8/66

46.    9/41,1962?, 3/70

47.    1/66,1/67

50.     4/51,7/70

51.     7/60

52.     8/47,2/55 (2), 8/62 (2 orig & copy), 4/67 (2), 8/70, 52A & 52B 1974, 52A& 52B 1979

53.     1948(2), 10/50, 8/62, 12/66? (2), 1968

54.     2nded 7/50 (2), 3rd ed 11/62 (2 orig & copy), 4/69 (2)

55.     2/53,8/64 (2)

56.     7/61(2)

57.     7/51,1/60 (2)

58.     7/64(2), 10/70 (2 both copies)

59.     1962

60.     part1 undated, part 1 5/66 (2), part 2 10/68 (2), 1974

61.     1973,1975

62.     11/65w/text (2), 10/70 (2) 1 w/text,

63.     1966,10/70, 1973, 1975, 1975 with compass lines, 1979

65     2/73(2)

66     1973(2), 1975, 1979

67.     1973(2), 1975, 1975 w/compass lines

68.     1973(2),1975, 1980

71.     1973(2), 1975, 6/76 (2), 1975 w/compass lines

72.     1974,1975 (2), 1975 w/compass lines

73.     1974,1975

76.     1975(2), 1975 w/compass lines

77.     1975(2), 1975 w/compass lines             

 

 

 

PIPC MAPS

 

Trail Map Harriman & Bear Mountain

 

1.       Light orange cover. Map dated Jan, 1937. This is a brochure and map. There were two PIPC commissioners, Childs and DeRonde that are different from the lite green 6thedition.map

2.       Light green cover. Map states 6th edition, This is a brochure and map. PIPC commissioners, Catesby Jones & Reg Halladay that are different from 1937 map.

3.       Standalone map. Not dated. W.A. Welch is chief engineer. Has illustrations and some of the information from the brochures printed on bottom of map (a cost saver)

4.       2 maps both dated 1971 although 1974 and 1975 are written in crayon on reverse.Both maps marked in crayon to denote changes.

 

 

TC MAPS

 

East Hudson Trails- Maps 1, 11, 15

1977 edition

2nd edition 1984 (3 copies)

3rd edition 1988 (2 copies)

4th edition 1993 maps numbered 1,2,3

5th edition 1997 maps numbered 1,2,3

 

Harriman Bear Mountain Trails- Map 3&4

2nd edition 1977 (3 copies)

3rd edition 1980 (5 copies)

4th edition 1982 (5 copies)

5th edition 1985 (2 copies)

5th edition 1987 (2 copies)

6th edition 1989

6th edition 1989 reprinted 1992

6th edition 1989 reprinted 1994

7th edition 1995 reprinted with minor revisions1998

7th edition 1995 reprinted with minor revisions1999 (3 copies)

8th edition 2001

8th edition 2001 & 2002

 

Hudson Palisades Trails-Maps 4A,4B

1st edition 1991 (2 copies)

 

West Hudson Trails- Maps 7,8

2nd edition 1992 (3 copies)

 

Shawangunk Trails- Joint Publication with Mohonk Preserve

1st edition 1985 3 maps set 9, 10, 10A

2nd edition 1987 3 map set

3rd edition 1990 4 map set 9, 9A, 10, 10A (2copies)

4th edition 1997 4 map set (2 copies)

 

South TaconicTrails- Map 14

1stedition 1988

1stedition 1988, revised 1998

 

Kittatinny Trails-Maps 15,16,17,18

1st edition 1988

2nd edition 1991

3rd edition 1997

3rd edition north & south packaged seperately

3rd edition 1997 reprinted with minor revisions2000

 

North Jersey Trails Map 21&22

1974 one map entitled "A Trail Map Wyanokie Area (2 copies)

1980 edition  (4copies)

2nd edition 1986 (4 copies)

3rd edition 1989`

4th edition 1991 (4copies)

5th edition 1998

 

High Mountain Trails of Wayne NJ-Map 30

1st edition 1991 (12 copies)

 

Pyramid Mountain Trails-Map 31

1st edition 1991 (19 copies)

 

Catskill Trail Maps: 5 map set numbered 40 to 44. 1st& 2nd  editions publishedin association  with the AppalachianMountain Club.

1972 edition 1 map entitled "map no. 1 A Trail Map CatskillMountains Eastern Region" (3 copies)

1st edition 1983 (2 copies)

2nd edition 1985 Forest Preserve Centennialedition  (2 copies)

3rd edition 1987

4th edition 1989 reprinted 1995

5th edition 1996 (2copies)

6th edition 1998 (2 copies)

 

Appalachian Trail Map Set- 6 maps NY-CT line to NJ-PA line

 

10th edition 1988

12th edition 1993

14th edition 1998 missing maps 3&6

 

 

BOOKS and PAMPHLETS

 

Carr, William H. & Koke, Richard J, Twin Forts of the Popolopen Forts Clinton & Montgomery New York 1775-1777, softcover, historical bulletin #1 July 1937, published by Bear Mountain Trailside Museums  under the joint auspices of Commissioners of the Palisades Interstate Park & The American Museum of Natural History. Ill. with photos (3 by William Thompson Howell) and maps.

 

Chamberlain, Alonzo. The Pleasures of Pedestrianism,1922-1925, Hasbrouck Heights News-Letter, a series of 8 booklets bound in a blank green cloth binding. Author was member of Tramp & Trail Club,Paterson Ramblers, Adirondack Mountain Club and describes in detail hikes withJoseph Bartha, Frank Place and Raymond H Torrey

 

Howell, William Thompson. The Hudson Highlands, 2 volumes,cloth, vol. #1 is numbered #40 of 200, published at 55th annualmeeting of Fresh Air Club 1/27/33. Stamped TC Library. Vol. #2 is #206 of 200(vol 2 was numbered 201-400) and was published 1/26/34

 

Howell, William Thompson. The Hudson Highlands, 1982,Walking News Inc, New York, softcover, reprint of the 2 volume set describedabove. Originals not indexed as is included here

 

Monks, Minnie May. Winbeam. 1930, Knickerbocker Press, NewYork, Cloth, 144 pages, 15 b&w photos,

(first hand narrative of the west brook valley of northern new jersey)  Ashton Allis's copy from BM Collection

 

Palisades Interstate Park Commission. Palisades Interstate Park 1900 - 1960, Bear Mountain NY, soft cover, 106 pages, many b&w photos. From BM Collection

 

Paterson Rambling Club schedule of outdoor events 1931-1932,softcover, 35 pages, 3 ½"x6", covers June 7, 1931 to May 29, 1932, officers & all members listed,

 

Scheller, William G. Country Walks Near New York, AMC,Boston, softcover, 199 pages. From BM Collection

 

Waterman, Laura and Guy. Forest and Crag.  A History of Hiking, Trail Blazing, and Adventure in the Northeast Mountains. 1989, First Edition, Softcover, Appalachian Mountain Club, Boston, 888 pages,

 9 7/8"x 7"   (includes history of TC regional area). FromBM Collection   

 

 

 

ARTIFACTS

 

Hoeferlin Wheel. A handmade contraption consisting of a bicycle wheel, a shovel handle and a counter used by WH in trail work and later by TC volunteers. According to Meyer Kukle, TC borrowed wheel from WH, later borrowed by TC member who returned it to Meyer and it stayed in Meyer's garage for few years.

 

P.I.P. Fire Patrol arm band    (donated by Nancy Zoebelein) 

 

TC Member's Club cloth Patches

 

ADK 1922 1969

ADK Long Island 1967

ADK 46R Adirondack Mountain Club 46 peaks over 4,000 feet

AMC NY Chapter 1912

AYH 1934

College Alumni Hiking Club 1922

Green Mountain Club NY Section 1916

HH 1956 (Historical Hikers)

IHC 1931

NH(O or D?)C 1938

NYHC 1922

Sierra Club Atlantic Chapter 1950

Union County Hiking 1966

Westchester Trails Assn. 1923

WTW Woodland Trail walkers 1937

 

 

 

HARRIMAN PARK TRAIL GUIDES

 

Issued by Walking News. Went through 7 editions, 5 ½"x 4 ¼".Map tipped in at rear.

1st. August 1944. our copy has no map

2nd. 1949. WE ARE MISSING THIS EDITION

3rd. August 1955 (date on map)

4th. February 1961(date on map)

5th. June 1966 (date on map)

6th. January 1969 (date on map)

7th. 1973, 1st printing says revised.2nd printing 1974, 3rd printing 1976 (all maps dated May1973)  

from BM Collection

 

 

WYANOKIE TRAIL GUIDE

 

Issued by Walking News

 

1st. 1943, 24 pages

2nd. 1964

3rd. 1968

4th. 1970

from BM Collection

 

 

APPALACHIAN TRAIL GUIDES

 

 New York- New Jersey

1st ed. 1934 WE ARE MISSING THIS EDITION

2nd. ed. 1938

1948 Fred Dlouhy copy.leathercover. extra maps in rear?       

6th ed. 1967 4 maps bound in

8th ed. 1977 two laid in maps 

from BM Collection  

 

PERIODICALS

 

Camper & Hiker March, 1928

 

Evergreen Outdoor News-Monthly newsletter 8 1/2x 6 ½", wehave 1947-1951, donated by Diana Trebbi in loving memory of George Dailly inveterate trail walker and nature lover d. June 27, 1980. George Dailly is listed as writer at large and most issues are not complete but include all of George Dailly's articles. Joseph Bartha and others are listed as contributing writers.

 

Mountain Magazine- RHT was editor

July 1927, October 1927, January 1928, May 1928, July 1928, October 1928, February 1929, July 1929, March 1931

 

 

VIDEO-AUDIO

 

Pure Water: Green (environmental) vs. Green (developers) VHS tape produced by NJN Video aired 3/91, 57 minutes running time. Produced at beginning of Sterling Forest fight

 

Audio cassettes

 

1.       Dunwell interview with Frances Reese about Leo Rothschild 1995

2.       Dunwell-Kukle-Zobelein interview tape 1- 2 sides 1/7/95

3.       tape2 - 1 side of above 1/7/95

4.       Dupe?of ?

5.       G.Scherer interview of George Zoebelein 1/8/95

6.       Elizabeth Levers two sides dated 1992

7.       Elizabeth Levers sides 3 & 4

8.       Walter Shannon. Mr. Shannon led Palm Sunday hikes to St. John's in the wilderness for 46 years, member of  ADK for 71 years,also Green Mountain  & Paterson Ramblers. Avid photographer & world traveller. Hiked starting 1922 with RHT, Frank Place & Alonzo Chamberlain.

9.       Camp Midvale: An oral History

10.    Nash Castro Interview November 2, 1989 by Meyer Kukle and George Zoebelein

11.    TC65th Anniversary Dinner held in 1986

12.    JoAnnDolan 1/95

13.    Marty Mahler Interview by Meyer Kukle and Bill Myles (research on writing HarrimanTrails) at Mahler's home in Brooklyn. Much antidotal history.

14.    50th Anniversary Torrey Memorial Hike, Long Mountain October 30, 1988. Meyer Kukle(M.C.). Remarks by TC president Neil Zimmerman, TC V.P. Jane Levinson readsTorrey Bio, Nash
Castro reads Frank Place poem on Torrey, Marty Mahler tells of origin of "long brown path" and relates value of articles to hikers.

15.    Weiland Ross and Meyer Kukle give lunch hour talk to employees of International Paperat Sterling Forest as part of TC speaker's bureau public relations project. Describes role of TC and trail and area history

16.   Neil Zimmerman1/95

17.    DonDerr  n.d

18.    Howie Dash 1/95

19.    Gerhardt Zausig interview by Meyer Kukle and Bill Myles on 3/13/87 at Zausig's home in Hawthorne. Zausig and his father joined IHC in 1933. He wrote hiking page on Fridays for Paterson Morning Call

20.    TCLong Path Dedication at Platte Clove 10/17/87

21.    Tim Sullivan, PIPC forest ranger interview January 16, 1987 by Meyer Kukle and BillMyles

 

 

TC MINUTES

 

11/15/35, 9/13/38, 11/18/38, 2/1/39, 4/19/39, 10/4/39,1/9/40, 2/27/40, 4/17/40, 6/19/40, 10/9/40, 1/8/41, 2/26/41, 4/30/41, 6/17/41,8/8/41, 12/10/41, 2/8/42, 4/1/42, 6/3/42, 10/8/42, 12/2/42, 2/3/43, 4/7/43,6/2/43, 10/6/43, 12/1/43, 2/2/44, 4/4/44, 6/7/44, 10/5/44, 12/6/44, 2/7/45,3/7/45, 4/4/45, 6/6/45, 10/3/45, 12/4/45, 2/5/46, 4/3/46, 6/5/46, 10/2/46,12/4/46, 2/5/47, 4/2/47, 10/1/47, 12/3/47, 2/4/48, 4/7/48, 6/2/48, 10/6/48/12/1/48, 2/2/49, 4/6/49, 6/1/49, 10,5/49, 12/7/49, 2/1/50, 4/5/50,6/7/50,10/4/50, 12/6/50, 2/5/51, 4/4/51, 6/6/51, 10/3/51, 10/3/51 revised, 12/5/51,2/6/52, 2/6/52 draft, 4/2/52 4/2/52 draft, 6/4/52 6/4/52 draft, 10/1/52 10/1/52draft,