The Joe Cone Papers consist of materials created and assembled by Cone in the course of writing A Common Fate: Endangered Salmon and the People of the Pacific Northwest and include reference materials, correspondence, chapter drafts, and sound recordings of interviews pertaining to the history and sociology of the Northwest salmon crisis.
3.5 cubic feet, including 52 cassette tapes; 5 boxes
An oral history interview with Joe Cone is held in the Voice of Oregon State University Oral History Collection (OH 09).
The OSU Archives' holdings include a variety of collections pertaining to salmon in the Pacific Northwest including the records of the Sea Grant College Program (RG 201), Hatfield Marine Science Center (RG 194), and Fisheries and Wildlife Department (RG 190); the Pacific Northwest Stream Survey Collection; and the personal papers of E.E. Wilson, Carl E. Bond, and William L. Finley.