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James R. Slater was founder and director (1930-1951) of the Puget Sound Museum of Natural History at the College of Puget Sound (now the James R. Slater Museum of Natural History at the University of Puget Sound). The collection contains files,...

Rhoades family papers: correspondence, photographs, clippings, bills, receipts, bank statements, legal papers; business records of the Occidental Oyster Company, 1904-1912.; Lewis Henry Rhoades was born in Fulton County, Illinois, August...

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.; Jack (John...

Contains original drawings in pencil and ink, and plates used for illustrations for his articles showing bird musculature.; Dr. George Elford Hudson was born on May 6, 1907. He taught in the Washington State University Department of...

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.; M. S. McGoldrick,...

This collection consists of a single item: a letter to A. Beard's niece describing a bloody grizzly bear hunt in Greensboro, Vermont.; This collection consists of a single item: a letter to A. Beard's niece describing a bloody grizzly bear hunt in...
1832-10-20
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.; Leslie Lee Richardson was born in the small mining town of Wardner, Idaho, on April 3, 1898,...

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 collection documents the interests and activities of Pacific American Fisheries, Inc (PAF), one of the largest processors of Pacific Salmon in the world. PAF conducted salmon canning operations on Puget Sound and in Alaska between...

The Ralph E. Wahl Photographs and Papers comprise photographic materials and textual records reflecting Wahl’s activities and interests as a photographer and fisherman in the Pacific Northwest. The collection contains a substantial...

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...

Galen Biery, a longtime employee of Pacific American Fisheries, was one Bellingham, Washington’s best-known local historians. The Biery Papers comprise subject files, scrapbooks, newspapers, audio and visual materials, maps and...

U.S. Congressional Representative Al Swift was active from 1978 to 1994, serving on many committees during his tenure. The records document important issues of the late 1970s through the mid-1990s including campaign finance reform,...

The Jack Metcalf Papers document two decades of Metcalf’s political career as a Washington State Senator and as Representative for Washington State’s 2nd Congressional District. Collection materials comprise a small amount of records...

The Southwestern Alaska Cannery logbooks, spanning the period 1918-1950, document the daily work accomplished by various fishing crews working for canneries in Alaska.; The Squaw Harbor Cannery was located on Unga Island, one of the...

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.; Keith A. Murray was...

The George and Lois Garlick family papers largely document the lives and work of two long-time environmental activists and residents of Whatcom County, Washington. The collection contains a wide range of materials generated by George...

The collection includes technical and scientific reports, bulletins and yearbooks on various topics and issues related to North Pacific fish populations.; The collection includes technical and scientific reports, bulletins and...

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...
1978-12-16
This collection contains reference materials including articles, brochures and publications covering various topics through Washington State, with a strong focus on Bellingham and Whatcom County history. The collection is arranged by...

The Collection of photographs on Washington State covers various topics including fishing and forestry, local towns and settlements, and railroad construction. Many of the photographs were taken by I.G. Davidson.; The Collection...

Records and artifacts of the Roo Rat Society, a Whitman College conservation group; Historical Note; The Roo Rat Society was founded in 1963 by Whitman College science faculty and students interested in promoting humane means of capturing...

Materials related to the Whitman College Museum.; Materials related to the Whitman College Museum which was established in 1898 and grew under the direction of biology professor Dr. H. S. Brode who served as curator until 1941. The collection...

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