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Walter Fraser Mcculloch

Walter Fraser Mcculloch, Canadian educator. Fellow of the Forest History Society, Society of the American Foresters.

Background

  • Mcculloch, Walter Fraser was born on March 21, 1905 in Vernon, B.C., Canada. Son of Arthur Caldwell and Elsie Adelaide (Fraser) Mcculloch.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, University of British Columbia, 1925. Graduate student of University of Washington, 1927-1928. Master of Science, New York State College of Forestry (at Syracuse University), 1936.

      Doctor of Education, University of Oregon, 1947.

    Career

    • Came to the United States 1926, naturalized. With British Columbia Forest Service, Victoria, 1923-1926. With Erie R.R., 1930-1934.

      Director Michigan State Forest Experiment Station, Sault Ste. Marie, 1936-1937; assistant professor, School Forestry, Oregon State University, 1937-1942, professor, department head, 1945-1973, dean, 1955-1966. Assistant state forester of Oregon, 1942-1945.

    Works

    • Author: Conservation Education in the Pacific Northwest, 1940. The Cascades, Mountains of the Northwest (with others), 1949. Forest Management Education in Oregon, 1949.

      The Forester on the Job, 1950. Woods Words, 1958
    • also numerous bulletins and professional articles.

    Membership

    Fellow of the Forest History Society, Society of the American Foresters.

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Mildred Neher, August 5, 1931.
    • father: Arthur Caldwell Mcculloch
    • mother: Elsie Adelaide (Fraser) Mcculloch
    • spouse: Margaret Mildred Neher
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    Born March 21, 1905
    Died January 27, 1973
    (aged 67)
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