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The Louis Agassiz Letters consists of correspondence and a photogravure pertaining to Agassiz's efforts to collect fish specimen and eggs (presumably fish eggs) from colleagues throughout New England.

The Robert J. Behnke Papers include a vast array of created and collected material representing his many years as a consultant with experts, students and interested parties on his specialty of studying the trout and salmonid families of fishes....

Papers of an Assistant United State Treasury Agent to the seal fisheries at St. George, Pribilof Islands, Alaska. Includes detailed notebooks and diaries containing observations on seals, foxes, coal, and other matters; fox and seal...

Records of the principal salmon and fruit cannery in The Dalles, Oregon, on the Columbia River. Includes extensive correspondence, production records, financial and personnel records, samples of can labels, data on fish caught,...

Collection includes: Miscellaneous correspondence and other records regarding the movement against hydro-electric development on the rivers and other water resources of Linn and adjacent counties in Oregon, including protest action by the Santiam...

Papers of Fred H. Hutchison concerning his time as Idaho Senator Frank Church's legislative assistant on environmental issues and as head of the consulting firm Fred H. Hutchison & Co.

The Western Libraries photographs on Washington State cover various topics including fishing and forestry, local towns and settlements, and railroad construction. Most the photographs appear to have been taken by I.G. Davidson.

This is a collection of summaries and transcripts of presentations from a National Science Foundation conference about the United States' decision to implement the two hundred-mile limit on off-shore fishing. Participants included...
1978-04-21
The collection includes technical and scientific reports, bulletins and yearbooks on various topics and issues related to North Pacific fish populations.

The collection documents Native American fishing rights in the Pacific Northwest with reports, correspondence, and published materials, especially with regard to United States vs. Washington State Civil Case 9213.

Correspondence, diaries (1929-1982), mss of articles, subject files, clippings, memorabilia, photos, negatives, slides and other papers, relating chiefly to fishing, hunting, and conservation, particularly in Idaho and the West. Other...

Collection of home movies filmed primarily by Eva C. Meyer. The films were donated by Mary Jane Carter, Eva Meyer's niece. Films depict recreation, gardens, people and celebrations in and around Portland, Oregon. The collection also...

The Alaska Packers Association records document the history of one of the most dominant forces in the commercial fishing industry in Alaska and the Puget Sound from the late nineteenth through the late twentieth century. The bulk of...

Rhoades family papers: correspondence, photographs, clippings, bills, receipts, bank statements, legal papers; business records of the Occidental Oyster Company, 1904-1912.

Correspondence, clippings, and other papers concerning the development of commerce between Tacoma and Alaska. Principal correspondents include: C.C. Garland, Chairman of the Committee, 1933-1938, and Jay W. McCune, Committee Secretary,...

Typescripts of articles and books, correspondence, photographs, finicial and legal documents, clippings and other papers of Jack O'Connor, relating to his activities as sportsman, gun expert, magazine author and novelist.

Contains original drawings in pencil and ink, and plates used for illustrations for his articles showing bird musculature.

A journal of fishing trips which span forty years of fly fishing in the rivers of South America. Also included is a log book of fishing and fish caught, some correspondence, photographs, fish pamphlets, and a map.

Correspondence, newsletters, studies, notes, etc. of the Council and of other organizations interested in the protection and retention of wilderness areas and wildlife, especially in the Wenaha backcountry and the Umatilla National...

Manuscripts, correspondence, films, photographs, slides, and outdoor recreation and travel literature chiefly concerning hunting and fishing.

Project Chariot was a proposed nuclear excavation at Cape Thompson that was intended to create a harbor in an area south of Point Hope. This collection contains papers from the files of University of Alaska faculty members as well as...

The Northern Alaska Environmental Center records contain administrative documents as well as subject files relating to the various environmental issues the Center has engaged in since its creation in 1971.

These records are the files of the Arctic Project Office of OCSEAP, the Outer Continental Shelf Enviromental Assessment Program sponsored jointly by NOAA and BLM. These materials were generated from the office's management of the...

This collection retains records which document the activities and administration of the School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences. Currently the collection contains a set of slides taken after the Exxon Valdez oil spill in a series of...

Aerial photographs of Seattle Watershed and Pipeline.

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