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Creator:Browning, Armistead W., Jr., 1938-1987
Title:Armistead W. Browning, Jr. papers
Date(s):1923-1990
Call No:MSS 0635
Abstract:Born in 1938, Armistead Willis Browning, Jr., was a landscape architect, environmentalist and teacher who dedicated his life to environmental preservation and education. The papers chronicle Browning's experience at three[...] architectural firms, two main centers of education, and with numerous independent projects, symposia, and workshops.
Subjects:Conservation of natural resources | Education | Environmental education | Environmental protection | More Subjects
Creator:University of Delaware. Library. Special Collections
Title:University of Delaware Library collection of websites related to Delaware environmental policy
Date(s):2016-2017
Call No:MSS 0798
Abstract:This documents online sources related to Delaware’s unique ecology and environmental policy. This collection includes websites and social media sites of individuals and local, state and regional associations involved with[...] Delaware’s natural resources and environmental policy. This collection focuses on web resources related to the Delaware environment generally; state and regional parks and recreation; and local plants and animals.
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Subjects:Computer network resources | Public policy | Conservation of natural resources | Environmental protection--Delaware | More Subjects
Creator:Miller, Dorothy P.
Title:Dorothy Miller papers
Date(s):1965-2006
Call No:MSS 0875
Abstract:Dorothy Miller (1931-2016) was an analytical chemist at DuPont who became vocal against the company's acquisition of White Clay Creek land with the intent of building a dam. With concerns[...] that the existing water supply in Delaware would not be suffcicient for the expansion of two DuPont production plants in Wilmington, the White Clay Creek Dam, which would have flooded 1,160 acres, was slated to suplly 71 million gallons of water a day. The collection, which spans from 1965-2010, showcases community efforts led by Miller to preserve the White Clay Creek Watershed through research materials, land surveys, and local newspaper pieces.
Subjects:Community Life--Delaware--Newark--History--20th century | Conservation of natural resources | Economic development | Transportation | More Subjects