- photocopies of correspondence between Herty, his assistant Frank Klarpp, local businessmen, and the Bureau of Forestry, USDA [1900-1902]
Herty Research Material
- 2 photographs
- paper - History of the Naval Stores Industry, by C. Dorsey Dyer, UGA Extension Forestry Department
- booklet put out by UGA Institute of Community and Area Development and Georgia DNR- McCranie's Turpentine Still, by Kenneth H. Thompson, Jr.
- Library of Congress photocopy of bulletin written by Herty for USDA Bureau of Forestry - A New Method of Turpentine Orcharding 
- obituary from Journal of the American Chemical Society - "Charles Holmes Herty (1867-1938)," by Frank K. Cameron (1939)
- paper - Charles Holmes Herty in Statesboro, by Dr. Maxwell Taylor Courson
- list - Publications of Charles Holmes Herty
- transcripts of newspaper articles re: Herty and his work
- miscellaneous notes
Herty Feature (3 parts) for Herald
- typed manuscript in three parts - Charles Holmes Herty in Statesboro, written by Dr. Maxwell Taylor Courson for the Statesboro Herald
- Perry, P. (1968). The Naval-Stores Industry in the Old South, 1790-1860. Journal of Southern History, 34(4), 509-526.
- Herndon, G. M. (1968). Naval Stores in Colonial Georgia. Georgia Historical Quarterly, 41(4), 426-433.
- Oden, J. P. (1977). Charles Holmes Herty and the Birth of the Southern Newsprint Paper Industry, 1927-1940. Journal of Forest History, April 1977, 77-89.
- Vinson, F. B. (1979). Herty's Cup and Gutters. Georgia College Columns, 34(1), 10.
- miscellaneous newspaper articles re: Herty and his work
- magazine - Southerner, 1(2), Fall 1979 (picture of historical marker re: Herty's work on cover)
News Releases re: Historical Marker Ceremony
- copies of news release re: placement of historical marker telling of Herty's work at the SGTC campus 
Photos - Herty, Historical Marker Ceremony
- photographs of Herty, and the ceremony dedicating the historical marker
- newspaper articles re: marker
Herty Historical Marker Data and Photos
- brochures and articles about the marker and the ceremony
- photographs of the marker and the ceremony
- originals and duplicates of photographs of Herty and his assistant, Frank Klarpp
- photographs of the Herty cup and demonstrations of the Herty method of collecting resin
Photographs, artwork for Herty Feature
- photographs of Herty, Klarpp, demonstrations of the Herty method, the Herty Pines and the historical marker
- slides of the marker ceremony
- miscellaneous correspondence re: Herty and the Herty collection
- envelope originally holding the Herty notebooks
Not in Folder
2 notebooks, used by Herty to record data from his experiment
1. 1These photographs have cutlines
taped to their backs, and they look like they were used in a museum
exhibit or newspaper article.