American Environmental Photographs, 1891-1936

Chronology of Field Trip Courses: 1898-1934



Botany 336: Field Ecology
1st term Summer Quarter 1926
Assistant Professor Fuller
Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado June 25- July 28

  • Tolland, Colorado June 27-July 5
  • Denver, Colorado July 5-July 8
  • Fern Lake Lodge (Rocky Mountain National Park) July 8-July 15
  • Hewes-Kirkwood Lodge (Rocky Mountain National Park) July 15-July 28


Botany 336: Field Ecology
1st term Summer Quarter 1928
Professor Cowles
2nd term Summer Quarter 1928
British Columbia and Washington July 26-August 30
Tentative schedule will include brief stops at Calgary, Vancouver, Victoria, and Seattle together with one or two days at Lake Louise, a week each in Yoho National Park, B. C., and at Cameron Lake, Vancouver Island, ending at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington

  • Calgary, July 28
  • Lake Louise July 29
  • Yoho, July 30
  • Cameron Lake, Vancouver August 7
  • Victoria, August 14
  • Seattle, August 16-20, National Park Inn August 17
  • Paradise August 18

March 1928

Henry C. Cowles gave a series of lectures in the Utah Agricultural College, Logan Utah, during the past summer and had been invited to give a similar course during the coming summer. He also lectured at Los Angeles, California during December.


Botany 336: Field Ecology
An ecological field trip is being planned to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park during the spring vacation of the city schools April 28 to May 5
1st term Summer Quarter 1929
Dr. Fuller
Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. June 17-July 24.
The tentative schedule is to spend a week at Tolland, Colorado site of the University of Colorado's Mountain Laboratory. A few days study of foothill vegetation may be made from the vicinity of Denver or Boulder. Then to the Rocky Mountain National Park stopping at Fern Lake Camp and at Hewes-Kirkwood Inn on the slopes of Long's Peak.

  • Denver June 30-July 9 (Fern Lake Lodge)
  • Denver July 9-July 23 (Hewes-Kirkwood Inn)