The Homer Campbell Papers were generated and collected by Campbell, an alumnus, and document his education at Oregon State College as well as his work as a fisheries biologist, his service in the Audubon Society, and his involvement in environmental campaigns. Campbell graduated from OSU with undergraduate (1948) and graduate degrees (1963) in fisheries and wildlife. He worked as a biologist on fishery projects for a number of organizations in Oregon including the Oregon Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and Oregon State University.
7 cubic feet, including 42 photographs; 7 archives boxes
Other materials related to the study of fisheries and wildlife at Oregon State University can be found in the Fisheries and Wildlife Department Records (RG 190), Photographs (P 179), and Videotapes (FV P 243), as well as the Roland Eugene Dimick Papers and Carl E. Bond Papers.