The Homer Campbell Papers document Campbell's undergraduate education at Oregon State College, career as a fisheries biologist, leadership of the Audubon Society in Corvallis, and his environmental activism. Campbell earned undergraduate (1948) and graduate (1963) degrees in fisheries and wildlife from Oregon State University and worked as a fisheries biologist with the Oregon Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and Oregon State University.
7 cubic feet, including 42 photographs; 7 boxes
The Special Collections & Archives Research Center's collections include many materials documenting the work of fisheries biologists such as the papers of Neil Armantrout and Carl E. Bond and records of the American Fisheries Society Oregon Chapter (MSS AFS) and the Fisheries and Wildlife Department at Oregon State (RG 190). Materials documenting environmental activism and wildlife conservation are also held by the Center. These include the papers of William L. Finley (MSS Finley) and E.E. Wilson (MSS WilsonEE), the Oregon Wildlife Federation Scrapbooks (MSS ORWildlife), the Oregon Chapter of the Wildlife Society Records (MSS Wildlife), and the Bluebird Habitat Research Records (MSS Bluebird). The Charles R. Ross Papers (MSS Ross) include materials pertaining to the Greenbelt Land Trust and local environmental activism.