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Photographs of Seattle Audubon Society authors Klaus G. Sonnenberg and Earl J. Larrison, and of the Seattle Audubon Society Field Day, 1966.

Records and artifacts of the Roo Rat Society, a Whitman College conservation group

Correspondence, articles, business records, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, sketches, photos, and other papers, relating chiefly to Limbert's exploration of the Idaho wilderness, his promotion of Idaho as a tourist destination, and studies of...

Research materials created by Ivan Donaldson, co-author of the book "Fish wheels on the Columbia," published in 1971.

The collection consists of primary source material collected by self-trained historian Howard E. Buswell during his lifetime. The items included in the collection cover nearly all aspects of social and economic life of the lower...

The Center for Pacific Northwest Studies pamphlet collection consists primarily of published textual documents pertaining to various social, economic, political, and historical issues in the Northwestern United States and British...

Idaho Department of Fish and Game conservation officer Marshal C. Edson, papers, scrapbook and photos of Idaho wilderness, wildlife management; organizational papers of the Idaho Wildlife Federation and scrapbook documenting a boat trip down the...

Merton B. Folts (1902-1967) was an activist in conservative politics and riverine conservation in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, opposing construction of the Lookout Point dam and the City of Eugene's annexation of the Willakenzie area. The...

Edgar F. Averill was president of the Oregon Wildlife Federation. The collection comprises correspondence relating to the conservation of natural resources in Oregon from 1934 to 1939.

James Howard "Jim" Weaver (August 8, 1927- ) was a U.S. Congressman for Oregon's 4th congressional district. He served six terms in the House. The collection represents records produced by Weaver and his congressional office during his service as...

The Johnny Healy Frontier Sketches Scrapbook contains a number of Healy's historical columns from the River Press, gathered and preserved by Lou Stocking Stewart from 1878-1900. She supplemented the Healy authored pieces with articles written by...

The Gallatin National Forest Ranger Log Books were created Michael Langohr, Fred E. Ainger, Cyrus L. Bryant, Fred G. Adams, Harrison M. Crane, W. W. Wetzel and L.H. McLean. The log books concern their daily activities both in the field and in the...

The Orvin B. Fjare Papers contains office files from Mr. Fjare's Washington congressional office in 1954-1956. Includes much correspondence with Republican Party leaders at both state and national levels. Also included are case file responses and...

This Norman Strung Papers are made up primarily of literary manuscripts written by Norman Strung. There are rough and final drafts of the books he wrote along with galley proofs. In addition to his feature article manuscripts is correspondence...

The Gallatin County, Montana, Sheriff's Office Records include logbooks related to the criminal and law enforcement duties of the sheriff's office. Included in the collection are sheriff's daybooks which contain information pertaining to court...

The David Pierson Papers contains the professional papers of Pierson, including his diaries, reports, time books, and correspondence with park officials and others. Also included in the collection are personal papers that contain his personal...

The Yellowstone National Park Clippings consist of newspaper clippings collected from various titles in Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, and elsewhere to document the parks history for deposit in the Park's library.

The Aubrey L. Haines Papers are primarily literary manuscripts, drafts, proof sheets, research notes, and related correspondence pertaining to five of his major publications: Yellowstone National Park: Its Exploration and Establishment (1974); The...

The WPA Records consist of collected materials based on the projects that were set in place by the WPA itself. Most were under the administration of the WPA's Federal Writers Project (FWP), though some were administered by the Historic Records...

The Ole Adolf Anderson Yellowstone National Park Photographs consists images and negative that are primarily of wildlife and buildings in and around the Mammoth Hot Springs area. A few images are of the Anderson family, other Park locations, and...

The Bozeman Trail Heritage Conference Proceedings consist of audio tapes of the conference proceedings. The topics of the sessions include the general history of the Bozeman Trail, the general historiography of overland trail narratives, the...

Images document Amos Burg's world travels, explorations, and river running, as well as his careers as a writer, photographer and filmmaker for National Geographic, Encyclopaedia Britannica, and ERPI Classroom Films, and his work with...

The Salmon Poisoning Research Collection consists of research materials dealing with Salmon poisoning, manuscripts and journal articles, and personal correspondence. Most papers pertain directly to the evolution of study of the trematode...

The W.P.R. Yellowstone Park Letter describes the journey of W.P.R., full name unknown, from Minnesota to Montana. Topics discussed include touring Yellowstone, sights seen, fellow passengers, animals encountered, and accommodations.

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