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Ira S. Nelson Papers

Collection 29

Nelson, Ira S. (1912-1965). Papers, 1929-1979, n.d.

15.5 feet

Ira Schreiber Nelson was a long-time member of the Southwestern Louisiana Institute (and University of Southwestern Louisiana) Horticulture Department. He was extremely active in various horticulture societies on the state and national level, serving as officer, judge at shows, and supervisor of test gardens. Nelson was especially interested in the use and promotion of the Louisiana irises and camellias, two major flowers native to south Louisiana. Nelson's career was cut short by a fatal automobile accident in November 1965.

This collection reflects the varied interests and wide-spread activities of Nelson. He corresponded with horticulturists and botanists from all over the world, as well as the United States. Because of Nelson's activities and interests, there is a good deal of material from the Society for Louisiana Irises and the Louisiana Society for Horticulture Research (LSHR). Barbara Nelson, his wife, was the long-time secretary of the LSHR, and some of her records in this office are in the collection. The incoming correspondence is mainly from the 1950s and 1960s, while the outgoing covers 1960-1965 most extensively. [See University Archives, B 02 E, Box 1-02 for correspondence, 1944-1948]

There is also a large section of photographs featuring furniture and other objects made from cypress in the collection. At one point, Nelson must have been considering a book on the subject. The collection also contains much correspondence of Mary Hutson Nelson (no relation) of New Orleans, who was one of the early leaders of the movement to promote Louisiana irises. One of her major correspondents was John K. Small of the New York Botanical Garden.

UAAMC contains several closely related collections including the Society of Louisiana Irises Records [Coll. 63], the South Louisiana Camellia Society Records [Coll. 24], the Joseph K. Metzmeiller Papers [Coll. 231], the Frank Chowning Papers [Coll. 236], the Barbara F. Nelson Papers [Coll. 298], and the W.B. MacMillian Papers [Coll. 88]. The College of Agriculture records in the University Archives (B 02) include much Nelson material, especially correspondence during the 1940s.

Barbara Nelson donated this collection.

Major Correspondents:

  • Chowning, Frank E.
  • Cornay, Roy S.
  • Davis, Claude W.
  • Debaillon, Mary S., 1888-1940
  • Dormon, Caroline, 1888-1971
  • Dormon, Ruth, (d. 1947)
  • Evans, Jo N. (Mrs. U. B.)
  • MacMillan, W. B., 1883-1978
  • Nelson, Barbara F.
  • Nelson, Mary H. (Mrs. B. Stanley)
  • Randolph, L. F.
  • Simon, C. G.
  • Small, John K., 1869-1938
  • Traub, Hamilton P.

Series:

I. Correspondence  
  A. Incoming  
    1. People 1-01 through 5-08
    2. Haphazard Plantation 6-01 through 6-04
  B. Outgoing 7-01 through 10-01
  C. Correspondence of Mary H. (Mrs. B. Stanley) Nelson  
    1. Incoming 10-02 through 10-10
    2. Outgoing 10-11 through 10-18
  D. Business 11-01 through 11-06
II. Horticultural Material  
  A. Nurseries 12-01 through 12-07
  B. Organizations 13-01 through 14-10
  C. Flowers  
    1. Irises 15-01 through 15-12
    2. Amaryllis 15-13 and 15-14
    3. Camellias 15-15 through 15a-03
    4. Roses/Other 16-01 through 16-16
  D. Miscellaneous 16-17 and 16-18
  E. Ira S. Nelson's writings Box 17a
III. Photographs  
  A. Flowers and flower shows 17-01 through 17-08
  B. Acadian houses and cypress furniture 18-01 through 18-13
  C. Flowers and plants 19-01 through 19-05
IV. Class notes and materials 20-01 through 20a-03
V. Field trips 21-01 through 21-06
VI. Miscellaneous 21-07 through 21-13
VII. Oversize  
  A. Miscellaneous items Box 22
  B. Maps Boxes 23 and 2

Inventory:

I. Correspondence
  A. Incoming
    1. People
1-01 A
    includes: Abbott, R. S. (Society of Louisiana Irises)
1-02 A
1-03 Applegate, Marianna
1-04 B
    includes: Bazet, R. A. to Caroline Dormon
Brinkhaus, Armand to Robert Berry
1-05 Bo - Bu
1-06 Ca - Cl
    includes: Caldwell, Sam; Callender, Wilson S. (Foundation for the Botanic Garden of the Gulf Coast at New Orleans)
1-07 Chowning, Frank
1-08 Cm - Cz
    Includes: Corney, Robert S.
1-09 D
    includes: Dengler, Henry William to Joel Lafayette Fletcher; Douglas, Geddes to Mrs. Cornay; Dormon, Ruth M.
1-10 Davis, Claude: 1950s
    includes: Davis to William Livingston; to W. B. MacMillian; American Iris Society; Louisiana Iris Society
1-11 Davis, Claude, 1960-1961
    includes: Davis to Jo Evans; to Martin Cardenas; to Hugh Outler
1-12 Davis, Claude: 1962-1966; n.d.
    includes: Davis to Martin Cardenas; L. F. Randolph; Mrs. J. H. Blair, Sr.; Hamilton Traub; Mrs. J.A. Musy; E. S. Frankhouser; University Hills Nursery
1-13 Davis, Claude, 1960s
2-01 Dormon, Caroline: 1942-1945
2-02 Dormon, Caroline: 1946-1949
2-03 Dormon, Caroline: 1950s
2-04 Dormon, Caroline: 1960-1961
    includes: Dormon to Joel L. Fletcher
2-05 Dormon, Caroline: 1962-1965; 1970
2-06 Debaillon, Dan
2-07 E
2-08 Evans, Jo N. (Mrs. U. B.): 1947-1959
    incoming and outgoing correspondence; Louisiana Society for Horticulture Research
2-09 Evans, Jo N.: 1960-1961
    Louisiana Society for Horticulture Research
2-10 Evans, Jo N.: 1962-1965
    Louisiana Society for Horticulture Research
2-11 Evans, Jo N.: 1972, n.d.
2-12 F
    includes: Fisher, Hubert A.; Flory, Walter S.
2-13 Fe - Fu
2-14 G
    includes: Galle (Callaway Gardens); Guddith (US Department of Agriculture); several letters, memos, and documents
2-15 Haydell
2-16 H - Hi
    includes: Hava, Walter C.; Hindman, Olive M.
2-17 Ho - Hz
3-01 I
3-02 J
    includes: Judice, Ernest A. (American Camellia Society)
3-03 K
3-04 Kahn, Robert P.
3-05 L
3-06 L
3-07 Levi, Wendell
3-08 M
3-09 M
    Includes MacMillions
3-10 MacMillan, W. B.
    incoming and outgoing: much on Louisiana Irises Society
3-11 MacMillan, W. B.
    incoming and outgoing: much on Louisiana Irises Society
3-12 Mad - Me
3-13 Mf - Mz
3-14 N
4-01 O
4-02 P
4-03 Q - R
4-04 R
    includes: Richard, Joe D.
4-05 Randolph, L. F.: 1947-1950s
4-06 Randolph, L. F.: 1960-1962
4-07 Randolph, L. F.: 1963-1967
4-08 Randolph, L. F.: 1960s
4-09 S
4-10 S - Sl
    includes: Simmons, Polly McIlhenny; Schweifurth, Charles
4-11 Sm - Sz
5-01 T
5-02 Traub, Hamilton P.: 1947-1959
5-03 Traub, Hamilton P.: 1960s
5-04 Trichel, Lillian
5-05 U - V
5-06 W
5-07 Y - Z
5-08 Unknown (first name only)
   
I. Correspondence
  A. Incoming
    2. Haphazard Plantation
6-01 through 6-04
   
I. Correspondence
  B. Outgoing
7-01 1940s
7-02 1950-1955
7-03 1956
7-04 1957: February - May
7-05 1957: July - December
7-06 1958: February - May
7-07 1958: June - September
7-08 1959
7-09 1960
7-10 Outgoing: A-D
7-11 Outgoing: E-H
7a-01 Outgoing: I-N
7a-02 Outgoing: O-P
7a-03 Outgoing: Q-Z
8-01 1961
8-02 1962: January - June
8-03 1962: July - December
8-04 1963: January - April
8-05 1963: May - August
8-06 1963: September - December
8-07 1964: January - April
8-08 1964: May - August
8-09 1964: September - December
8-10 1965: January - April
8-11 1965: May - August
8-12 1965: September - December
8-13 n.d.
9-01 Outgoing: A-C
    includes Cardenas
9-02 Outgoing: H-K
9-03 Outgoing: L-P
9-04 Outgoing: Q-T
9-05 Outgoing: U-Z
10-01 1966; 1972 (2 items by Barbara Nelson)
    Barbara Nelson for Society of Louisiana Irises
Includes: Traub, Hamilton; Randolph, L. F.
   
I. Correspondence
  C. Correspondence of Mary H. Nelson
    1. Incoming
10-02 A - L
    includes: Breard, Dan Armand; Chapel, Ella E.; Dormon, Ruth; Gebert, James L.; Kell, Willie May; Krause, Louise B.
10-03 Chowning, Frank E.: 1931-1936; 1944-1945
10-04 DeBaillon: Dan, 1934-1935; Mary S., 1932-1936
10-05 Dormon, Caroline: 1933-1946
10-06 M - P
    includes: MacMillan, W. B.; Nicholls, J. C.
10-07 S - W
    includes: Scruggs, Marian P.; Shehee, Mary; Stephens, Beverly Randolph; Trichell, Lillian; Turner, Helen M.
10-08 Small, John K.: 1929-1931
10-09 Small, John K.: 1932
10-10 Small, John K.: 1933-1937
   
I. Correspondence
  C. Correspondence of Mary H. Nelson
    2. Outgoing
10-11 1929
    to John K. Small
10-12 1930-1931
    includes to: Small, John K.; Nicholls, J. C.; Chowning, Frank E.
10-13 1932: January - June
    includes to: Small, John K.; Debaillon, Mary; Mount, Mrs. Ray Wilkerson; Gebert, James L.; Stephens, Beverly Randolph [Mrs. E. L.]
10-14 1932: July - December
    includes to: Small, John K.
10-15 1933
    includes to: Small, John K.; Gebert, James L.: Dormon, Caroline; Chowning, Frank E.; DeBaillon, Mary; Mouton, Mrs. Ben A.
10-16 1934
    includes to: Small; Dormon; Nicholls; DeBaillon; Mrs. S. L. Graham; Mrs. Stanley Teachout; Mrs. Charles Hatcher; Leonard Barron; Ruth Shehee; Helen Turner; H. A. Stevenson
10-17 1935-1947
    includes to: Small; Dormon; Shehee; Chowning; Miss Ella M. Martin; Amy Hore
10-18 1940s
 
I. Correspondence
  D. Business
11-01 A - C
11-02 D - G
11-03 H - L
11-04 M - P
11-05 Q - S
11-06 T - Z
   
II. Horticulture Material
  A. Nurseries Catalogs [mainly Louisiana]
12-01 A - C
12-02 A - C
    includes All-American Selections
12-03 D - G
12-04 H - L
12-05 Longwood Gardens
12-06 M - P
12-07 Q - Z
   
II. Horticulture Material
  B. Organizations
13-01 Louisiana Iris Society, 1931-1932, 1934, 1952-1959
    miscellaneous material: by-laws; minutes of meetings; stationery, press releases, etc.
13-02 Louisiana Iris Conservation Society, 1933-1936, 1939, 1946, 1949, 1979, n.d.
    miscellaneous material: announcements, list of officers; catalogs; programs; minutes
13-03 Mary Swords Debaillon Louisiana Iris Society, 1943
     
13-04 Mary Swords Debaillon Louisiana Iris Society, 1940s
    test garden descriptions
13-05 Mary Swords Debaillon Louisiana Iris Society, 1940s
    outlines, correspondence, notes, etc.
13-06 Society for Louisiana Irises, 1940s, 1961, 1981
    lists of officers; correspondence; minutes
14-01 American Iris Society, 1947-1963
    miscellaneous material: memos, programs, etc.
includes: Iris Color Classification (1949, rev.); Handbook for Judges (1953)
   
14-02 Camellia Societies
    Men's Camellia Club of Pike County (Mississippi): show program, 1954
Camellia Show. The Central Louisiana Camellia Society of Alexandria, LA: Program, 1946
Men’s Garden Club of Beaumont, TX: 5th annual Camellia Show, 17-18 Jan. 1953
Men’s Camellia Club of Pike County (Mississippi): show program, 1954
Men’s Camellia Club, Shreveport, LA: newsletters (2 items)
American Camellia Society: program for annual meeting, 1963; memos, 1962
14-03 South Louisiana Camellia Society, 1963-1965
    material on purchase of Verschaffelt: correspondence, lists
[for more material on this purchase see University Archives B 18 k: 5-08]
     
14-04 American Hermerocallis Society
    miscellaneous
     
14-05 Louisiana State Horticultural Association
    newsletter, July 1952
     
14-06 Louisiana Garden Club Federation
    program booklet and guide: 1950 (draft; 1952; 1962; 1963 (portions)
National Council of State Garden Clubs, Awards Index, 1964
requirements for Jo N. Evans Scholarship, n.d. (carbon)
     
14-07 Louisiana Society for Horticulture Research
    Newsletter, 15 Oct. 1957
Monthly News Letter, Jan. 1964 (v. 5, # 1)
LSHR News Letter, 1Nov. 1968 (v. 9, # 5)
Bulletin, v. 3, # 4 (1969)
LSHR Journal, v. 11, # 1 (Summer, 1970)
     
14-08 Louisiana Garden Club Federation
     
14-09 Other horticultural organizations
   
II. Horticulture
  C. Flowers
    1. Irises
15-01 "Winter Iris Notes," Report on the Exhibits of the New York Botanical Garden at the American Association for the Advancement of Science meeting, New Orleans, 1931
15-02 ISN field notes, 1963-1965
15-03 Maps of wild populations
15-04 Notebook with listing of irises in SLI test beds, n.d. (after 1947)
15-05 Miscellaneous on Louisiana iris
    "Changes in Classification and Naming of Populations," n.d. (typed carbon)
report on color of irises in DeBaillon garden, n.d.
list of irises donated by Claude Davis to LSU Agricultural Experiment Station
15-06 Catalogs listing Louisiana irises
    [See also: Series II]
15-07 ISN writings on iris
    drafts of Randolph, L. F., Ira S. Nelson and Robert Plaisted, "Negative Evidence of Introgression in Louisiana Iris Species," (title varies)
15-08 ISN writings on iris
    typed articles (some later published): "Louisiana Rainbow"; "A Review of Louisiana Irises" (2 drafts); (The Culture of Louisiana Irises)
15-09 ISN writings on iris: published
    "A Review of Louisiana Irises,"reprint from The National Horticultural Magazine, (October, 1944): 183-192
    "Louisiana Iris," Sun-Up (September, 1946): 16, 31
    "Propagation of Louisiana Irises," reprint from Home Gardening (October, 1945), issued as Bulletin # 18, Mary Swords Debaillon Louisiana Iris Society
15-10 ISN writings on iris: fragments, notes, outlines, etc.
     
15-11 Writings on irises: unpublished
    "Vanishing Iris," J. K. Small, n.d.
"Louisiana Iris," Mary Hutson Nelson (reminiscence)
Natural Habitat of Iris, Genevieve M. Billeaud, n.d.
"Emasculation of Irises," Mack Griffin, Horticulture Experiment Report, n.d.
15-12 Writings on iris: published
    newspaper articles: circular by Orleans Parish School Board, Division of Nature Study and School Gardening, 21 April 1936
    Dormon, Caroline, "The Louisiana Iris Reaches Stardom"
Davis, Claude W., "The Louisiana Native Iris"
Kraft, Charles Victor, "The Louisiana Wild Iris"
Coppens, Perry, "Our Native American Iris Worthy of Greater Use"
16-16 Vegetation propagation materials for irises
   
II. Horticulture Material
  C. Flowers
    2. Amaryllis
15-13 Amaryllis
15-14 Amaryllis
     
    3. Camellias
15-15 All American Camellia
15a-01 American Camellia Society
15a-02 Arny, Jr., C. W. “Factors association with the marketing of camellia flowers”
15a-03 Louisiana Camellia Society: flower classifications, list of officers, percentage of retail florists, n.d.
 
    4. Roses/Others
16-01 All-American Rose Selections
16-02 All-American Rose Selections
    correspondence, 1958-1962
16-03 All-American Rose selections
    memos, etc. from secretary, 1956-1961
judges' bulletins; test results; forms; etc.
16-04 All-American Rose selections
    raw test scores kept by ISN, 1956-1961 (incomplete)
16-05 All-American Rose selections
    licenses from nurseries, 1955-1961 (incomplete)
includes some shipping lists and a few catalogs
16-13 Licenses for roses: A - F
16-14 Licenses for roses: G - K
16-15 Licenses for roses: M - S
   
16-06 All-American Flower Selections
    miscellaneous materials, 1954; list of trial flower entries
     
16-07 Magnolias
    writings of D. Todd Gresham: 2 reprints, 1 newspaper article
     
16-08 Orchids
    miscellaneous clippings, society programs, etc., 1952-1962
16-09 Orchids
    material relating to Orchid Short Course, USL, 1961-1962
mainly correspondence of Alan G. King
     
16-10 Passion Vine
     
16-11 Drawings of flowers, probably done by ISN
16-12 Published flower pictures
   
II. Horticulture Material
  D. Miscellaneous
16-17 New Orleans
    “A Year in the School Garden: Announcement of the Mary F. Reames School Garden Contest and Manual for School gardens,” New Orleans Public Schools, Division of Nature Study and Gardening, c. 1942
    Report on freeze damage in New Orleans, n.d. [thermofax]
    Report of General Manager of New Orleans, City Park, 1961 [thermofax]
16-18 Miscellaneous
    includes obituary of G. S. Simon
16a-01 Flower catalogs
16a-02 Miscellaneous catalogs
16a-03 Grasses used as ornamentals, n.d.
16a-04 Handwritten notes, export infection certificate, etc.
   
II. Horticulture Materials
  E. Ira S. Nelson's Writings
Box 17a  
   
III. Photographs
  A. Flowers and Flower Shows
17-01 Flowers
    mainly Louisiana irises; also camellias
17-02 Flower shows
    some Louisiana Irises Society shows, most unidentified;
also SLI students who helped with shows (mainly from Home Management)
17-03 Other
    field trips; test gardens; people; SLI (Home Management and College of Agriculture)
17-04 Flower show pageants
17-05 Flower show pageants, 1940-1960
17-06 Negatives
17-07 Hand tools
17-08 Fruits
   
III. Photographs
  B. Acadian Houses and Cypress Furniture
18-01 Notes
    index of photographs 1-63; other miscellaneous notes
18-02 Photographs 1 - 9 (cypress furniture and objects): information card, negative, prints
18-03 Photographs 10 - 18: same information
18-04 Photographs 19 - 27: same information
18-05 Photographs 28 - 36: same information
18-06 Photographs 37 - 45: same information
18-07 Photographs 46 - 54: same information
18-08 Photographs 55 - 63: same information
18-09 Photographs 64 - 79: same information
18-10 Photographs 80 - 89: negatives, prints
18-11 Photographs 90 - 101: negatives, prints
18-12 Photographs unnumbered: includes: negatives, prints, slides - much of the material is unidentified
     
18-13 Acadian houses
    prints, negatives (not complete); minimal identification (geographic) for some
   
III. Photographs
  C. Miscellaneous
19-01 Flowers and plants
19-02 Flowers and plants
19-03 Flowers and plants
19-04 Nursery shows
19-05 Miscellaneous
 
IV. Class Notes and Materials
20-01 Personal class notes
20-02 Personal class notes: Elements of Plants
20-03 Personal class notes: Notes of Qualitative Analysis
20-04 Personal class notes: Science with practice book
20-05 Personal class notes: Plant Pathology
     
20-06 Greenhouse booklet
20-07 Canning Instruction
20-08 Lab journal
20a-01 Appointment books
20a-02 Hand written notes
20a-03 Viruses journal
   
V. Field Trips
21-01 West Coast Trips
21-02 Central America
21-03 South America
21-04 South America Banking correspondence
21-05 Bolivia Passports
21-06 Bolivia – plant statistics
   
VI. Miscellaneous
21-07 Miscellaneous materials
21-08 Nelson, personal
21-09 Proposed Alternative Plan I & I
21-10 Purchase orders, flower and plant prices, 1945, 1954, n.d.
21-11 Report of the United States National Arboretum Council Meeting, April, 27-28, 1964
21-12 Pamphlets
21-13 Newspaper clippings, 1940s
   
VII. Oversize
  A. Miscellaneous Items
Box 22  
  1. Grandview Nursery - Youngsville, LA – clip board ( 5 x 7)
  2. The American Iris Society – Mary Swords Debaillon Award to Cherry Bounce, originated by Ira Nelson, 1951
  3. Certificate – Ira Nelson, 24 January 1962 Honorary Citizen of New Orleans
  4. Certificate – Ira Nelson, 27 February 1962 Honorary Citizen of New Orleans
   
  B. Maps
Box 23  
  1. Bolivia, mapa de Caminos, n.d.
  2. Coffee Map of the Republic of Columbia, 1939
  3. Atchafalaya Basin, Louisiana, 1972
  4. Hand drawn map – USL – showing Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, etc.
  5. Map of Louisiana, n.d.
  6. Mapa – Humano Economico – Costa Rica, n.d.
  7. World Aeronautical Chart – Costa Rica – Panama, n.d.
  8. Mapa de Carreteras – Honduras, n.d.
  9. Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, n.d.
  10. Louisiana – state map – 2 copies, from Department of Highways
  11. Visit Vicksburg – Mississippi, most historic city
  12. Pan American Flight Map- Mexico and Central American, n.d.
  13. Physiographic Provinces of North American, by A.K. Lobeck, 1948
  14. Eastern South American Brazil, Paraguay, Uraguay, and the Guinas, 1955
  15. South America, 1942
  16. House Plans
  17. Map of Peru, n.d.
  18. Navigation maps of Gulf Intracoastal Waterway – Port Arthur, TX to New Orleans, September 1946
Box 24  
  1. City of Houma, Terrebonne Parish, LA
  2. General Soil Areas and Associated soil service groups of Louisiana May 1962
  3. US Gulf Coast – Louisiana – Intercoastal Waterway new Orleans to Calcasieu River (Western section)
  4. Chetumal Bay – British Honduras – Guatemala – Honduras – Mexico, April 1963
  5. World Aeronautical Chart – Triangulos Reefs (588) Mexico
  6. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – Galveston Bay, US, 1960
  7. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – Tehauntepec Isthmus, Guatemala – Mexico, February 1963
  8. World Aeronautical Chart – Cape Granas adios – Honduras – Nicaragua
  9. World Aeronautical Chart – Lake Nicaragua – Costa Rica – Nicaragua Panama
  10. World Aeronautical Chart – Tacana Volcano – Guatemala – Mexico
  11. World Aeronautical Chart – Manzanillo Bay - Mexico
  12. World Aeronautical Chart – Tamiahua Lagoon – Mexico, January 1963
  13. World Aeronautical Chart – Yucatan Channel – Cuba – Mexico, January 1960
  14. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – Sierra Madre Delsu – Mexico, April 1963
  15. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – Edwards Plateu – Mexico – UL, 1960
  16. World Aeronautical Chart – Panama Canal, Canal Zone – Columbia – Panama, August 1959
  17. Gulf of Mexico, Yucatan, Oceano Pacifica – handwritten
  18. Visite LaAntigua Guatamala, 1963
  19. Map of the Southern Part of Louisiana showing Vegetation types of The Louisiana Marshes
  20. New Orleans – sectional aeronautical chart, September 1964
  21. New Orleans – sectional aeronautical chart, August 1951
  22. World Aeronautical Chart – Lake Poopo – Bolivia – Paraguay
  23. World Aeronautical Chart – Lake Titicaca – Bolivia – Peru
  24. World Aeronautical Chart – Sao Laurenco Swamp – Bolivia – Brazil – Paraguay
  25. World Aeronautical Chart – Santiago Mountains – Mexico – U.S.
  26. World Aeronautical Chart – Giganta Range – Mexico, 1960
  27. World Aeronautical Chart – Cape Gracias A. Dios – Honduras – Nicaragua, 1960
  28. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – lake Chapala – Mexico, June 1963
  29. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – Chetumal Bay – British Honduras – Guatemala – Honduras – Mexico, April 1963
  30. World Aeronautical Chart – Panama Canal – Canal Zone – Columbia – Panama, December 1962
  31. World Aeronautical Chart – Monchara Mountains – Argentina – Bolivia – Chile – Paraguay
  32. World Aeronautical Chart – Cape SauLucas – Mexico, 1960
  33. World Aeronautical Chart – Cape SauLucas – Mexico, 1960
  34. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – Sonora River – Mexico – US, 1960
  35. World Aeronautical Chart – Parecis Range – Bolivia – Brazil, February 1954
  36. World Aeronautical Chart – Magos Plains – Bolivia – Brazil, September 1954
  37. World Aeronautical Chart – Bodiquena Hills – Argentina – Bolivia – Brazil – Paraguay
  38. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – Lake Toronto – Mexico, July 1963
  39. World Aeronautical Chart – Blank Map
  40. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – San Pedro Martir Rouge – Mexico – US, January 1964
  41. World Aeronautical Chart – Dondra Head – Ceylon, May 1952
  42. World Aeronautical Chart – Rio Albana – Bolivia – Brazil – Peru, December 1956
  43. USAF Operational Navigation Chart – Madre Logoon – Mexico – US, January 1964
  44. Map showing waterways and Marsh areas below Water Fall, n.d.