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Fisheries and Wildlife Films and Videotapes, 1939-1999

Image from an article titled "Job Shadows" describing internship positions that OSU Fish and Wildlife majors have completed as part of their degree requirement. Caption reads: "Nemesia Herzstein (center) points out sea
				life to visitors at the Yaquina Head Lighthouse and Interpretive Center. Herzstein interned with the Bureau of Land Management as a naturalist."

Information and Credits

FV P 243

The Fisheries and Wildlife Films and Videotapes document lectures in Fisheries and Wildlife courses as well as material shot and processed for the Department of Fish and Game Management.

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Quantity

2.03 cubic feet, including 33 videotapes and 7 film reels; 4 document boxes and 2 archives box

Related Papers

Other videotaped recordings of classes and seminars in marine resource management and agricultural economics originally donated with these materials have been separated and described in other accession reports as a parts of RG 173 and P 245.

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