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|Date of Birth||, 1900|
|Date of Death||1986|
|Place of Birth||Syracuse, New York, US|
William M. Harlow Biography
William M. Harlow is a famous Nature photographer and filmmaker, who was born on , 1900 in Syracuse, New York, US. According to Astrologers, William M. Harlow's zodiac sign is .
William M. Harlow (1900–1986) was an American professor of engineering and silviculture at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. He was also a nature photographer and filmmaker, particularly of time-lapse films.
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Harlow was a native of Syracuse, New York. He graduated from Blodgett Vocational High School and attended the NYS College of Forestry (now SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry), receiving a bachelor's degree in 1925, a master's degree in 1926, and a doctorate in 1928. Harlow was a member of the faculty of the college from 1928 until his retirement in 1965, serving as an instructor, assistant professor, associate professor, and professor in the field of wood technology. He pioneered the research of wood cell wall chemistry.
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He authored a number of articles on outdoor education under the pen name "Moosewood", and was a camping consultant for six years to the Rescue Mission's Camp Id-Ra-Ha-Je; in 1963, the camp renamed its main building to Moosewood Lodge. He was the head of the camping department at the Sargent College of Physical Education in Petersboro, N.H (now operated by Boston University as the Sargent Center for Outdoor Education), and taught at several other nature camps. Harlow received the Heiberg Award in 1980 from the New York Forest Owner's Association, and the College of Environmental Science and Forestry's Alumni Association Distinguished Achievement Award in 1984.
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Harlow wrote seven books. His Textbook of Dendrology is in its sixth edition and has sold more than 120,000 copies. The book focuses on tree identification and characteristics. Other books by Harlow include Trees of Eastern and Central United States and Canada, which sold more than 100,000 copies, and Art Forms from Plant Life, Inside Wood and Ways of the Woods. All of the books were illustrated with photographs taken by Harlow, who was also an accomplished nature photographer and filmmaker. His color enlargements can be found in the Life Nature Library Books The Forest and The Scientist, as well as in McGraw-Hill's Life of the Forest and Life of the Marsh. He also illustrated textbooks for other publishers, and sets of slides have been distributed by Ward's Natural Science of Rochester.
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Harlow also contributed to producing films for Walt Disney Studios and Encyclopædia Britannica. He produced 11 films for Encyclopædia Britannica which sold more than 13,000 copies. In all, Harlow produced 28 16mm films, which won 13 national awards. He received the American Film Council's Golden Reel Award in 1955 for Insect Catchers of the Bog Jungle and later received the Blue Ribbon Award for Tree Portraits.
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