The Oregon Chapter of the Wildlife Society Records contain newsletters and photographs generated by the chapter that document its annual meetings, award ceremonies, executive officers, membership, and positions on political measures and ecological issues impacting Oregon wildlife. The Oregon Chapter of The Wildlife Society was formed in 1965.
0.50 cubic foot, including digital photographs; 2 document boxes
Many collections related to natural resources and wildlife in Oregon can be found in the Archives as well as the personal papers of Carl E. Bond, Roland Eugene Dimick, William Q. Wick, and B. J. Verts. Interviews with Andy Landforce are held in the Oregon State University Sesquicentennial Oral History Collection (OH 26).