Herbert Augustine Smith Edit Profile
Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1889. Doctor of Philosophy, 1897. Student Sorbonne, France, 1899-1900.
Assistant in English, Yale, 1891-1892, instructor, 1892-1898. Editorial writer New York Evening Post and World’s Work, 1900-1901. Editor Division, later bureau of Forestry and now the United States Forest Service, 1901-1920, assistant forester in charge public relations, 1920-1925, special assignments, 1926-1934.
Editor in chief Journal of Forestry, 1935-1937. Historical studies Forest Service, 1937, collaborator, 1938. Chairman commission on editorial work of President Theodore Roosevelt’s Committee on Departmental Business Methods.
Fellow Society of America Foresters, American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member Agricultural History Society (member editorial board Agricultural, History, quarterly publication), Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Delta Phi, Skull and Bones (Yale). Clubs: Cosmos (Washington, District of Columbia).
Married Loretta Josephine Mead, April.; married second, Mistress. Children: Gifford Pinchot (deceased), Theodore Studwell, Earl, Sarah Frances (Mistress William Peter Marseilles, Junior.