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Pass Creek Motion Picture Film Collection, 1968-1993

Pass Creek title image.
Image found in the Flyfisher, Winter 1968. Caption reads: "How to ruin an estuary is clearly shown in this aerial shot. A summer housing development has changed the ecology of this coastal marsh in order to accommodate a few people who wanted a summer place on the water with a view of the ocean."

Information and Credits

FV P 273

The Pass Creek Motion Picture Film Collection consists of the Pass Creek film, produced in 1968 to document the impact of clearcut logging on the small tributary streams of Oregon's North Umpqua River Basin, and records documenting the production and distribution of the film.

Historical Note 

Scope and Content Note


0.2 cubic foot, including 1 motion picture film and 1 videotape; 2 boxes

Related Papers

Additional information about the North Umpqua River Basin is available online in the Umpqua Basin Explorer. Materials documenting fisheries in Oregon are available in the Fisheries and Wildlife Department Records (RG 190), Photographs (P 179), and Motion Picture Films and Videotapes (FV P 243). Other collections that document fish research and fishers held by the OSU Archives are the Carl E. Bond Papers, E.E. Wilson Papers, Roland Dimick Papers, Oregon Wildlife Federation Scrapbooks, and the Agricultural Experiment Station Records (RG 025).

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