Born to Rudolf Wolf and Janet Natalie Wolf in New York City, NY.
Enlists in the U.S. Naval Reserves through 1966.
Is on active duty with the U.S. Navy through 1949.
Earns a Bachelor of Arts from Yale University.
Earns a Juris Doctor from Yale Law School.
Becomes an attorney with the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission in Washington, D.C.
Is admitted to the New York State Bar Association.
Becomes associate director of the Atomic Energy Law Research Project at the University of Michigan Law School.
Becomes vice president and secretary of the Nuclear Science & Engineering Corporation in Pittsburgh, PA.
Becomes assistant secretary and university counsel at the University of Pittsburgh.
Serves as president of the Audubon Society Western Pennsylvania in Pittsburgh, PA.
Is admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar Association.
Becomes an attorney with the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission in Rockville, MD.
Writes “Guide to the Continental Divide Trail,” seven book series, with revisions, through 2018.
Serves as the founder and director of the Continental Divide Trail Society in Bethesda, MD.
Is a member of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail Advisory Council in Denver, CO.
Writes “Essays in Annals of Wyoming: Fremont in the Wind Rivers.”
Serves as the founder and director of the Continental Divide Trail Society in Baltimore, MD.
Writes “Essays in Annals of Wyoming: Bonneville’s Foray.” and “Essays in Annals of Wyoming: General Sheridan’s Pass, 1807-1883.”
Pens “First Travelers on the Continental Divide Trail” in “The Mystery of Lost Trail Pass,” Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation.