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William L. Finley Papers, 1899-1955View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates: 1900-1944

The William L. Finley Papers document the wildlife conservation work of Finley and his wife Irene, and the photography work of Herman T. Bohlman, who worked with Finley in the first decade of the 20th century. Finley was a photographer, filmmaker, and author who wrote and lectured extensively on wildlife conservation issues. The collection includes published and unpublished manuscripts, lecture and field notes, reports, correspondence, photographs, and motion picture films.

Manuscript items and photographs from this collection have been digitized and are available in Oregon Digital. All of the films held in the collection are also available online.

ID: MSS Finley
Extent: 14.0 cubic feet
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Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.
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Preferred Citation: William L. Finley Papers (MSS Finley), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: The original collection was donated to the University Archives by Worth Mathewson on January 25, 1995. An accession of ten 35 mm safety film reels was received by the University Archives on September 17, 1996. An addition of correspondence and newspaper clippings was donated by Bill and Carole Finley to the Special Collections and Archives Research Center in August 2014.
Acquired: 01/25/1995.
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Series 1: Manuscripts, 1904-1955 Add to Shelf
Series 1 consists of typewritten and handwritten manuscripts of newspaper and magazine articles, books, and lecture notes. Some were submitted to publications such as Pacific Monthly, Sunset Magazine, Century, and Nature Magazine. Many describe particular species of birds. Authors include William L. Finley, Irene Finley, Phoebe Finley, Kenneth Reid, and Ed Averill.
Box-Folder 1.1: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Wild ducks conservation, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Observation of birds at a pond near Sunnyside, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: The witches' garden, 1906 Add to Shelf
Item 4: The chickadee, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: A family of grosbeaks, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: The weaver of the west, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: The weaver of the west, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: The eagle of Mission Ridge, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.2: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Two studies in blue, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Plume hunting, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: La Prath, June 19, 1908 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Lakes and rivers exploration, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Notes on grebe skin traffic, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: After heron, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: The American egret, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Herons, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Phoebe, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: Wild life restoration, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.3: Manuscripts: Typescripts and Handwritten, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Study of sea birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: The trail of the plume hunters, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.4: Manuscripts: Typescripts and Handwritten, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Grebe hunting, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Rearing a wren family, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Black-headed grosbeak, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Yellow throat, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Gull habits, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: The witches' garden, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: Pelican rookery, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: The hummingbird at home, July 6, 1906 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Waterfowl surveillance, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: The bird of night, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Jimmy, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Sparrow row, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Photographing flickers, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: Warbler ways, undated Add to Shelf
Item 15: The aery of the red-tail, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.5: Manuscripts: Typescripts and Handwritten, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Kingfishers, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Preface for lecture, undated Add to Shelf
A preface for a lecture on the author's motivation for bird photography, focusing on land birds of Oregon and California.
Item 3: White heron, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Ibis, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Lecture on plumage hunting, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Plight of grebes, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: General - The California condor, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Malheur trip, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Klamath trip, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: The storm, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Photographing pelicans, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Notes, September 24, 1908 Add to Shelf
Manuscript depicting the landscape south of The Dalles.
Item 13: Pelican notes, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: Sagebrush country, undated Add to Shelf
Item 15: Manuscript excerpts, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.6: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Photographing a flicker family, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Bush-tit, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Chickadee, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Vigor's wren, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Black-throated gray warbler, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Humming bird, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: Barn owl, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Red tail hawk, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Golden eagle, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: Photographing pelicans manuscript and notes, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Study of sea birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: California condor, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Condor 1, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.7: Manuscripts: Typescripts and Handwritten, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Gulls 1, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Malheur, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: White heron search, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Hunting plume birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Audubon societies, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Lecture, undated Add to Shelf
Lecture that focuses on a trip mentioned in both "Malheur" and "White heron search."
Item 7: Follow the trails, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Southern Oregon lecture I, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Capturing wild birds on film, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: Searching for white herons, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Eastern Oregon, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: A pair of cousins, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Trail of death, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: Trail of death, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 1.8: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: We are seven, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: We are seven, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Photographing a flicker family, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Jack crow, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: The weaver of the west, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Warbler ways, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: In a heron village, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Bird - Life about a pond, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 2.1: Manuscripts: Typescripts and Handwritten, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Photographing a flicker family, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Ducklings, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Hunting grebes, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Bird lives, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Home life of birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Bird delegation, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: Colonies, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Life blood of birds for fashion, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Saving from the slaughter, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: Why birds nest in colonies, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: A study of birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Along the Klamath River, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 2.2: Manuscripts: Typescripts and Handwritten, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Sea birds and red-tail, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Introduction: Nature study and photography, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: The woodpecker - Description of pond, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Grosbeak babies, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: The witches' garden, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Nature study, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: Bird life - A study with the camera, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Photography, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Compilation of birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: Sea birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Bird life - A study with the camera, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Compilation of manuscripts on birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Letter and manuscript of "Bird-life about a pond", October 8, 1904 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 2.3: Manuscripts: Typescripts and Handwritten, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Letter to William L. Finley from Houghton Mifflin, January 1, 1908 Add to Shelf
Item 2: The passing of the California condor, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Wren, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: The aerie of the red-tail, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Chickadee - The family jar, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Scarcity of hawks & owls, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: Hawks, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Short of a mountain lion, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Wintering with the juncos, February 9, 1940 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 2.4: Manuscripts: Typescripts and Handwritten, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Muskrat data from Tule Lake, Ore., 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Beginning journal, May 26, 1955 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Will sentiment step on the sportsman?, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: The bird in human form, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Birds of the northland, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Game resources of Oregon, 1925 Add to Shelf
Item 7: The black-capped chickadee is a good acrobat, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Keenness of the senses of wild animals, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: The intelligence of birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: The gull as a check upon insect pests, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Why not a bird chart on an ocean liner?, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Habits of the Columbia River salmon, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Renting houses for songs and birds everyone should know, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: Alaska brown bear refuge, undated Add to Shelf
Item 15: Mammals on Mt. Hood, undated Add to Shelf
Item 16: Flicker or woodpecker, undated Add to Shelf
Item 17: Habits of the otter, undated Add to Shelf
Item 18: The bush-tit, undated Add to Shelf
Item 19: Williamson's whitefish, undated Add to Shelf
Item 20: Proper care of fish, undated Add to Shelf
Item 21: Dolly Varden trout, undated Add to Shelf
Item 22: Parkman or house wren, undated Add to Shelf
Item 23: Consider the salmon, undated Add to Shelf
Item 24: Trout, undated Add to Shelf
Item 25: The black bear, undated Add to Shelf
Item 26: Tiniest soul in feathers, undated Add to Shelf
Item 27: Federal refuge for sea fowl, undated Add to Shelf
Item 28: Lack of good fishways, undated Add to Shelf
Item 29: Compilation of manuscripts, undated Add to Shelf
Titles include "The song sparrow", "Wildflowers as a hobby", "The badger", and "Wildlife traffic accidents."
Item 30: Lewis Woodpecker is an expert fly catcher and rattlesnakes, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 2.5: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Search for the snowy heron, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Rearing a wren family, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Photographing a flicker family, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Warbler ways, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Bush-tit, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Poole's outlaw, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 2.6: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Nature lover and the hunter, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Sanctuaries for waterfowl, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Birds follow ancestral plans in home building, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Trapping and transplanting beaver, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Habits and history of the beaver, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Grazing on public domain should be linked with Federal Forest Service, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: The travels of the golden plover, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Careful management needed for big game, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Cats have no respect for game laws, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: Banding ducks on Malheur Lake, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Banding waterfowl, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Spiders migrate in parachutes, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Duck refuge at Klamath Falls has effective death trap, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: The habits and history of the beaver, undated Add to Shelf
Item 15: Trapping and transplanting beaver, undated Add to Shelf
Item 16: Birds change clothes with the season, undated Add to Shelf
Item 17: Birds are like people, some are artistically inclined, undated Add to Shelf
Item 18: Pintail duck, undated Add to Shelf
Item 19: Willamette River distress, undated Add to Shelf
Item 20: Destruction of fish runs in the Sandy River, undated Add to Shelf
Item 21: Splitting a bird's tongue, cruel and barbarous custom, undated Add to Shelf
Item 22: Ronald Colman and William Powell go batting, undated Add to Shelf
Item 23: Earthworms are real plowmen of the soil, undated Add to Shelf
Item 24: Canada goose or honker, undated Add to Shelf
Item 25: The pitcher plant traps and eats insects, undated Add to Shelf
Item 26: Every fall evening one may attend the orchestra of the tree crickets, undated Add to Shelf
Item 27: Immigration officers evaded; Chinese starlings spread south, undated Add to Shelf
Item 28: The joke was on the kingfisher, undated Add to Shelf
Item 29: Belted kingfisher, undated Add to Shelf
Item 30: The gentle wood-pussy, undated Add to Shelf
Item 31: Varieties of deer in the Oregon forests, undated Add to Shelf
Item 32: Squaw or bear grass, undated Add to Shelf
Item 33: The American coot as a game bird, undated Add to Shelf
Item 34: Water ouzel or American dipper, undated Add to Shelf
Item 35: Canada goose or honker, undated Add to Shelf
Item 36: Inspiring the love of nature in children, undated Add to Shelf
Item 37: The orchestra of tree crickets performs every evening, undated Add to Shelf
Item 38: The pitcher plant traps and eats insects, undated Add to Shelf
Item 39: Dispersal of seeds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 40: Malheur refuge an aid to both birds and farmers, undated Add to Shelf
Item 41: Turkeys check grasshopper pests, undated Add to Shelf
Item 42: Federal courts uphold migratory bird regulations, undated Add to Shelf
Item 43: Owl of the Arctic, undated Add to Shelf
Item 44: Golden eagle nearly wrecks car, undated Add to Shelf
Item 45: Game record keeping for deer, undated Add to Shelf
Item 46: Klamath waterfowl mat stage a good comeback, undated Add to Shelf
Item 47: Uncle Sam takes life insurance for his family, undated Add to Shelf
Item 48: Nothing a duck hunter likes better than ducks, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 2.7: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Californian interest in Oregon, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Restoring Oregon forests, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Long-billed curlew, resident of the open cattle range, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Mountain sheep or bighorn, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Columbia River pollution, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Holiday feast for the birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: The opossum, new settler coming to Oregon, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: The romance of swans sometimes goes haywire, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: The story of the swan song is not all myth, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: Varied thrush or Alaska robin, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Wealth may come from primitive areas in Oregon, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Oregon upland game bird survival, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Flocking of the swallows, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: Moulting season for birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 15: Late nesting of bobwhite quail, undated Add to Shelf
Item 16: Needless destruction of game resources, undated Add to Shelf
Item 17: Game management school at Corvallis, undated Add to Shelf
Item 18: Records of ducks over baited waters, undated Add to Shelf
Item 19: The American white pelican, undated Add to Shelf
Item 20: Little brother of the bear - The raccoon, undated Add to Shelf
Item 21: Wild or band-tailed pigeons, undated Add to Shelf
Item 22: The extinct passenger pigeon, undated Add to Shelf
Item 23: Duck hunting on the Columbia, undated Add to Shelf
Item 24: Robins kick older children out, undated Add to Shelf
Item 25: Raining toads, undated Add to Shelf
Item 26: Rabbits and hares, undated Add to Shelf
Item 27: The cedar waxwing, undated Add to Shelf
Item 28: The sparrow hawk, undated Add to Shelf
Item 29: Sleeping off the winter, undated Add to Shelf
Item 30: Waterfowl protection and other manuscripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 31: Song-bird population, undated Add to Shelf
Item 32: The white-crowned sparrow, undated Add to Shelf
Item 33: Trout flies, undated Add to Shelf
Item 34: The friendly robin, undated Add to Shelf
Item 35: Wholesale waterfowl destruction in the Klamath Country, undated Add to Shelf
Item 36: Sportsmen kill the goose that lays the golden egg, undated Add to Shelf
Item 37: Trout flies, undated Add to Shelf
Item 38: Best trout stream and trout surveys, June 16, 1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 3.1: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: The mountain beaver is not a beaver, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Paved highways and good trout stream do not mix, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: The inquisitive cub on the 1936 Finley calendar, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Nothing a duck hunter likes better than ducks, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Razor clams on the Oregon coast just a memory, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Renting houses for songs, May 3, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 7: The chickaree, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Hunting warblers with field glasses and camera, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: The gull bread line, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: The grizzly bear, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Hawks that check the rodent pests, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: The red, pine or douglas squirrel, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: The storehouse of the red squirrel, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: Wedge of geese buffeted by storm, undated Add to Shelf
Item 15: Winter beds for birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 16: Birds of the cactus country, undated Add to Shelf
Item 17: Roadrunners of the Arizona desert, undated Add to Shelf
Item 18: The Pacific yellow-throat, one of the shy ground warblers, undated Add to Shelf
Item 19: Barn owl, night watchman around the farm, undated Add to Shelf
Item 20: Family cares divided by grosbeaks, undated Add to Shelf
Item 21: Two waders, spotted sandpiper and killdeer, undated Add to Shelf
Item 22: What is a ring-tailed cat?, undated Add to Shelf
Item 23: California or valley quail, undated Add to Shelf
Item 24: Houses for songsters, undated Add to Shelf
Item 25: Murre multitudes, undated Add to Shelf
Item 26: The fur seals of the Pribilofs, undated Add to Shelf
Item 27: The towhees, window friends, undated Add to Shelf
Item 28: The screech owl, man's friend, undated Add to Shelf
Item 29: The flammulated screech owl, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 3.2: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Towhee, the shy garden songster, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: The duck and the dog, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Story of the robin, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Water - A primary natural resource, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Water - A primary natural resource, September 16, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 6: The Kaibab squirrel, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: Sanctuaries for waterfowl, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Brady Museum of Natural History, November 6, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Anne finds a new playmate, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: A feathered Tom Sawyer, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Foxy, the pet deer, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Queer birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Duck-dog, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: Thanksgiving Dinner, undated Add to Shelf
Item 15: Spring song of the toad, undated Add to Shelf
Item 16: The birds remembered, January 17, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 17: The duck and the dog continued, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 3.3: Manuscripts: Typescripts, 1924-1942 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Birds' winter beds, October 17, 1924 Add to Shelf
Item 2: List of birds, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Notes, July 5, 1937 Add to Shelf
Manuscript describing wildlife, including sparrows, rabbits, and robins.
Item 4: 2 A.M., September 10, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Morning, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: The elusive moose: Shooting as a safe sport, September 9, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Don Q falls in love, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Shooting as a safe sport, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Do not feed the bears!, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: The bear and the boob, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Do not feed the bears, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Leave the bears alone, for your safety and theirs, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 3.4: Manuscripts: Typescripts, circa 1924-1942 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Status of water fowl in northwestern states, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Banding birds, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Live-beaver trapping and transplanting outline, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Salmon, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Malheur, the unfortunate, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: Fishermen, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: Robin, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Porcupine pet, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Dinty, 2nd, one of the fretful race of rodents, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: Dinty, 2nd, one of the fretful race of rodents, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Porcupine pet, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: San Gimignano, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Big game pets, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: American Nature Association Alaska trip, undated Add to Shelf
Item 15: Expedition of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 16: The Church-Finley expedition, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Lecture introduction for Church-Finley expedition, undated Add to Shelf
Item 18: The Church-Finley exploration of Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 19: A blessed life, undated Add to Shelf
Item 20: Tide-line to mountain top, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 3.5: Manuscripts: Typescripts, circa 1924-1942 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Gray digger starts winter sleep, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Malheur, the unfortunate, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: Mountain goat pursuit, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: Becky the bear cub, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Baby bush-tit, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: The American eagle, emblem of liberty, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: Love and life in the bird world, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: Long-tailed chat, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: Red-breasted sapsucker, undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: Red-breasted sapsucker, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Trial by jury, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: To kill or not to kill, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Long-tailed chat article excerpt, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.1: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Basket makers, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Descriptions of various bird families, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.2: Mixed lecture manuscripts, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.3: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Table of contents for "Birds every kid should know", undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Bird families, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.4: Manuscripts: Typescripts, undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: The wood warbler family, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: The thrush family, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.5: Manuscripts: Typescripts, circa 1924-1942 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Muffet and Midget, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: The hummer and her home, undated Add to Shelf
Series 2: Publications, 1905-1945 Add to Shelf
Series 2 consists of publications, including typescripts and newspaper clippings of articles, written by William and Irene Finley and Ed Averill for the Oregon Journal and the Sunday Oregonian between 1935 and 1945. The articles describe different species, wildlife refuges, and trips taken by the Finleys. Some are editorial in nature, such as advocating for a new Portland zoo or calling for certain limits on hunting. The series also includes articles written for Nature, National Geographic, and other publications.
Box-Folder 3.6: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1942-1945 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Land-locked salmon of Wallowa Lake, October 20, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Fur seals of the Pribilofs: Near neighbors to Japan, April 9, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Hunting the greatest living carnivore: In a land over-shadowed by war, April 11, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Cherry, a cedar waxwing, July 22, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 5: The bat, a winged mammal, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: The Oregon chickadee, July 13, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 7: The news boys' birds, July 1, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Red-wings, June 16, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 9: The lutescent warbler, June 8, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Elephants I have met, May 26, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Winnie, the badger, January 9, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Dipodomys, the beautiful rat, May 20, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Chasing whales along the Aleutian chain, May 5, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Should Oregon have a bison range?, February 27, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 15: A new zoo for Portland, March 6, 1945 Add to Shelf
Item 16: National parks save mammals, January 23, 1945 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Bitten by a bubonic rat, December 17, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 18: National park, undated Add to Shelf
Item 19: Blue heron, fisherman of the river, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 3.7: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1942-1945 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Procyon lotor, the washer, January 3, 1945 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Kodachromes best pictures of birds, March 17, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Old Smokey and her cubs, December 8, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 4: King of feathered fishermen, December 8, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Pelican, dive bomber among birds, November 2, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Tufted puffin, a feathered clown, November 7, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Alaska, the best salmon region, September 14, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Terns, world fliers, October 25, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Ring-necked pheasant, canny bird of the season, October 10, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Pronghorn, swiftest animal of the desert, September 26, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Great white owl, spirit of the north, September 11, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Birds differ like people, August 25, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 13: The evolution of a porcupine, August 10, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 14: The stupid opossum that lives well, August 14, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Peter meets royalty, December 2, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Friendly Oregon birds wintering in the south, January 23, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Cats, tame and wild, April 7, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 18: The swallows have come home again, April 7, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Squirrels - North and south, March 28, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 20: The rattlesnake, not such a bad fellow, May 30, 1942 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 3.8: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1937-1938 Add to Shelf
Item 1: The topsy-turvy phalarope, January 8, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 2: The friendly towhee or chewink, June 13, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Antelope and dog, April 8, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Quawk quawk of marsh lands, April 8, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 5: The artistic heron of our shorelines, March 24, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 6: The symptoms of fishing fever, March 21, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Eastern songsters moving west, March 14, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Who can solve the riddle of the coati?, December 30, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 9: The taming of bobcat kittens, January 8, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 10: The giant of the deer family, January 8, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 11: The wood duck, favorite subject of artists, January 8, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 12: A New Year's lunch counter, December 16, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Jack, a pet crow, December 6, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Little white-foot and his world's record, March 19, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 15: When the condor sailed the Columbia, March 16, 1937 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 3.9: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 1: The fall of the year, September 28, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Birds of the mountains, October 29, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Wildlife question box, October 10, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Becky, a pet bear cub, September 15, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Profits in scenery and wildlife, May 24, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Billy, a pet badger, August 10, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Fish live on the firing line, July 3, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Birds cannot live without homes, July 14, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 9: The chickadee, captain of the garden palace, June 17, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 10: The toad, friend of the gardener, May 21, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Tragedies in bird life, May 7, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 12: The fool hen of the northern forests, April 23, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Probe, the pioneer of the flycatchers, April 9, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Why a shrike is called a butcher-bird, March 24, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Cock of the plains, its odd traits and habits, undated Add to Shelf
Item 16: The hummingbird, fairy of the flowers, undated Add to Shelf
Item 17: The theory of protective coloration in animals, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.1: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1936-1940 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Effect of oil pollution on seafowl, undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Let's go fishing, undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: The fun of feeding the bears, October 28, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 4: The wit of a red squirrel, August 3, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 5: The American osprey or fish hawk, August 12, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Travertine marble, the glory of past ages, September 10, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 7: The flying squirrel, August 4, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Trolling for Chinooks yesterday and today, April 12, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 9: When the skylark sang in Portland, December 9, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 10: What guides the wandering wings, March 29, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 11: City life for a duck hawk, February 9, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 12: How wild folks weather the winter, December 30, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Pronghorn, the swiftest wild animal of America, December 25, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Wild folks change coats according to the weather, December 8, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Bluebirds are the harbingers of happiness, March 27, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 16: The friend of the fisherman's streams, March 13, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 17: The lure of out-door Oregon, October 23, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 18: The black bear cub, September 24, 1936 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.2: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1935-1939 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Hunting that is permitted in open or closed season, October 6, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 2: A fish without a country: How the Pacific coast salmon has been following the trail of the dodo, September 12, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Malheur Blitzen, super waterfowl reservation, August 14, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Who's who among summer birds, August 28, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Blue jays are bold and boisterous, July 11, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 6: The armadillo is one of nature's freaks, July 2, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Nighthawk, hunter of the heavens, July 30, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Birds that are built for fishing, June 22, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Feathered fisherman, June 7, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 10: The fishing habits of the brown pelican, May 14, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Sea otter, sought by fur hunters, on its last flippers, March 22, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Coyote, wild dog of the desert, January 12, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 13: A gull rides forward in the teeth of the breeze, January 5, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 14: The invasion of the Englisher, August 3, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 15: June, the summit of the songsters, May 12, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 16: When a hawk is not a hawk, May 12, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Man's friend, the screech owl, December 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 18: How about killing coots?, October 30, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 19: The American turkey, October 23, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Towhee, the shy garden songster, October 23, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 21: An asparagus hound: Thomas A. Kitten, July 14, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Birds that have passed, June 13, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Effect of oil pollution on sea fowl, May 23, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 24: The birds of Ladd's Pond, May 2, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Gulls, March 20, 1939 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.3: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1938-1942 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Protect our largest migratory bird, September 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 2: The sport of camera hunting, December 29, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 3: The canny woodchuck, March 10, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 4: The musical coyote, August 18, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Hawks on trial, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: The red-breasted sapsucker, July 5, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 7: When a beaver is not a beaver, March 9, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Man-o'-war bird, June 19, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 9: The birds' Christmas tree, December 10, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Cats - To be or not to be, December 11, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Oregon jays, December 5, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 12: A bird lost in a fog, November 29, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 13: One of our most useful bird families, November 28, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Why kill the garter snake or Don't kill the goose that lays the golden egg, November 17, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Hunting honkers, October 31, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Manuscripts and report, 1941 Add to Shelf
Manuscripts for article, "Our largest migratory bird", and a report on trumpeter swans by David D. Condon, Assistant Yellowstone Park Naturalist.
Box-Folder 4.4: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1939-1942 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Winter bird tourists in the south, March 9, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Lions, March 9, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 3: A feathered Tom Sawyer, May 20, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Manuscripts, August 14, 1942 Add to Shelf
Articles authored by William Finley and Ed Averill: 1. "How nestlings are fed"; 2. "The gullible gull"
Item 5: Danger to the fur seals, July 9, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 6: The offensive rat, June 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Blitz comes to the hummingbird, July 27, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 8: The pelican pilot, June 23, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 9: A warbler you can hear but seldom see, June 15, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Pyrrhuloxia, or whistling cardinal, June 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Goofus, a desert turtle, June 18, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 12: The night singing sparrow, May 2, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 13: The American osprey or fish hawk, September 15, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Birds that need help, December 9, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Bunnies for Easter, February 10, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Squirrel of the golden forest, April 21, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 17: The love affair of a duck and a dog, August 4, 1939 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.5: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, circa 1937-1944 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Manuscripts, February 1942 Add to Shelf
Articles: 1. "The biggest bird in the world"; 2. "Bird sanctuary as a memorial"
Item 2: Manuscripts, 1941 Add to Shelf
Articles: 1. "The pine siskin, a detective story"; 2. "Black tar causes death to swallow"; 3. "Deer killed by autos"
Item 3: Manuscripts, 1941 Add to Shelf
Articles authored by Irene Finley: 1. "Making the birds happy"; 2. "Musk-rat, new industry for Oregon"
Item 4: A New Year's lunch counter, circa 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Hunt for white deer and elk, July-August 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Spring song of the toad, November 9, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 7: The birds' Christmas dinner, November 22, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Adventure in friendship, September 9, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Adventure in friendship, October 11, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Land-locked salmon of Wallowa Lake, October 20, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Owls on the night shift, October 30, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 12: A feathered dive-bomber, November 17, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 13: The crafty chipmunk, December 22, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 14: White and black crows, January 2, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Death on the highways for birds and mammals, April 25, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Spring with the birds of the Blitzen Valley, April 11, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Conservation work of the Finleys, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.6: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1943-1944 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Playing with the birds in New Mexico, April 1, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Roadrunner, a wise old bird, March 25, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 3: The wandering wapiti, February 3, 1944 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Persistent bird builders, December 12, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Santa Claus' ponies, November 16, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Just a 'thinkin' about a dog, November 5, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Bird pilgrimage to Mt. Adams, October 27, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 8: The coyote is an outcast, circa October 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Elk or wapiti of Oregon, circa October 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Do birds act like people?, September 15, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Open seasons on game birds, September 18, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Bird bills for business, September 16, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 13: The white-winged scoter, August 28, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 14: A six-ringed bird circus, July 30, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Birds of the Aleutian Islands, July 23, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 16: The killdeer in our grain field, July 15, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Are deer being properly handled?, July 9, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 18: The smart gull or Friend of the farmer, June 29, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 19: The vireos, sometimes called greenlets or The vireo, fine basket maker, June 24, 1943 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.7: Typescripts of articles published in the Oregon Journal, 1939-1943 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Cormorants are keen fishermen, June 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Bringing up a baby bird, May 29, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 3: The story of a savage pig, May 25, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 4: The bush-tit, a bird architect, May 7, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 5: The F. B. I.'s of the bird world, circa 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Birds that know how to fish, October 21, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 7: The ducks in our public parks, January 6, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Call for museum of natural history, January 6, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Manuscripts, March 4, 1941 Add to Shelf
Letter and manuscripts discussing the peccaries of the southwest and William and Irene Finley's trip to New Mexico.
Item 10: Kaibab squirrel, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: Our strangest and rarest quail, 1941 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Article about encounter with mountain lion in Arizona, September 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Can wild pigeons survive, September 11, 1942 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Letter to William Finley discussing interest in articles and photographs, January 14, 1943 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Anne finds a new playmate, June 13, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Manuscripts, undated Add to Shelf
Manuscripts discussing the Braly Museum of Natural History in Depoe Bay, a proposed Portland natural history museum, and birds in Arizona.
Box-Folder 4.8: Issue of The Condor magazine, July-August 1905 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 4.9: "The Cruise of a Modern Prairie Schooner", December 1910 Add to Shelf
7 copies.
Box-Folder 4.10: "Hunting Birds with a Camera", 1923 Add to Shelf
3 copies.
Box-Folder 5.1: "Camera Hunting in the Northland", 1927 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.2: Sketch of Irene Finley's experiences for the Associated Press, 1928 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.3: Correspondence and news releases, 1930-1931 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the Malheur Lake Wildlife Refuge and dam construction on the Klamath River in California. News releases describing William Finley's life and lectures are included.
Box-Folder 5.4: Arthur N. Pack's mountain lion articles, February 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Trailing the mountain lion, February 1, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Mr. cantankerous cougar's movie career, February 15, 1930 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.5: "Believe it or Not" contest, Oregonian, May 1, 1932 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.6: "Sportsmen Kill the Goose" and "Fish," Nature article typescripts, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Sportsmen kill the goose, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles on fish, 1933 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.7: Seth Gordon article reprints, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: The Hungarian partridge, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 2: "The American pheasant", 1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.8: Article typescripts written by Phoebe Finley and William L. Finley, Jr. for high school publications, 1922-1924 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Manuscripts, 1922-1924 Add to Shelf
Articles authored by Phoebe Finley: 1. "The chipmunks of Mt. Rainier"; 2. "Baxter's borrowed pup"; 3. "Gray-tail"; 4. "Pete's encounter with a porcupine"
Item 2: Poole's outlaw, 1922-1924 Add to Shelf
Item 3: The shin-digger, 1922-1924 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.6: “Camera hunting in the northland”, February-May 1927 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Camera hunting in the northland, February-May 1927 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Camera hunting in the northland, February-May 1927 Add to Shelf
Series 3: Correspondence, 1909-1940 Add to Shelf
Series 3 consists of correspondence between William Finley and individuals in organizations, including the National Association of Audubon Societies, state and federal Departments of Fish and Game, and the State of Oregon, as well as Theodore Roosevelt and Oregon Governor Oswald West. It also includes correspondence related to the drafting of a bill proposal for a new State Fish and Game Commission for Oregon as well as bills for wild bird protection that led to the establishment of Oregon’s first wildlife refuges and private land reserves. Also included is correspondence between the Finleys and Campbell Church pertaining to the Finleys' 1926 Alaska trip. Other topics addressed in the correspondence are exchanges with journal editors concerning Finley’s articles and photographs, Finley’s inquiries about providing lectures for a planned Midwest and East Coast trip, and requests for his photographs and lectures. Also represented is the issue of illegal sale of hats using wild bird feathers at millineries in San Francisco and Los Angeles leading to the loss of species, Finley’s concerns regarding the attempted removal of meadowlark protection in California, and arrangement of a traveling demonstration train for wild bird educational exhibits.  The correspondence represents two time periods:  1909-1911 and 1926-1940.
Box-Folder 20.1: Correspondence, October 1909-October 1910 Add to Shelf
Includes detailed discussion of demonstration train planning, a project which was subsequently taken over by John P. Babcock, Mr. Grinnell, and Mr. Clarke before the planning process was finished by Finley.
Item 1: Correspondence, October 12, 1909 Add to Shelf
Letter from Henry H. Kimball, Secretary for the Massachusetts Fish and Game Protective Association, requesting a copy of William Finley’s lecture presented for the National Conservation Congress in Seattle, Washington, August 26-28, 1909.
Item 2: Correspondence, February 21, 1910 Add to Shelf
Letter from J. H. Hüsers to William Finley, requesting a permit to trap on the Malheur Lake Reservation as well as photographs of swan and geese. Hüsers discusses concern about the prevalence of trappers possibly disturbing nesting sites.
Item 3: Correspondence, March 1910 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing concerns regarding trappers disturbing nesting sites on the Malheur Lake Reservation. Additional topics include the purchase of William Finley’s photographs for the Baldwin Sheep and Land Co. catalogue and inclusion of Finley’s article, “The Cruise of Two Camera Hunters” in the June volume of The Pacific Monthly.
Item 4: Correspondence, April 16, 1910 Add to Shelf
Letter from a Sunset Magazine editor responding to William Finley’s request for ticket refunds.
Item 5: Correspondence, May 1910 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the inclusion of William Finley’s article in Technical World Magazine and requests from Theodore S. Palmer, Bureau of Biological Survey, for Finley to visit and write a report on the conditions of bird reservations in Arizona and New Mexico. Additional topics include a request for a lecture for the Albany Chantauqua Association and the establishment of the Mary Dutcher Memorial fund to support the work of William Dutcher, President of the National Association of Audubon Societies.
Item 6: Correspondence, June 1910 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing lecture plans and the inclusion of William Finley’s articles in Technical World Magazine and Everybody’s Magazine. Additional topics include the possible replacement of Claude Hibbard as Game Warden for the Malheur Lake Reservation and notes from Hibbard on the increase of wading bird populations at the Malheur Reserve.
Item 7: Correspondence, July 1910 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing possible lectures in the eastern United States, inclusion of William Finley’s article, “The Intelligence of Birds”, in Everybody’s Magazine, and a report created by Finley on the conditions of bird reservations in Arizona and New Mexico. Correspondence also discusses charges brought against Claude Hibbard, Game Warden of the Malheur Lake Reservation.
Item 8: Correspondence, August 1910 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing William Finley's plans to create a demonstration train exhibit and lecture to farmers' institutes in California regarding the economic value of birds. Additional topics include Finley’s plans to publish a book about condors, the inclusion of a biographical sketch of Finley in Bird Lore, and possible appointment of Grover N. Jameson as the new Game Warden of the Malheur Lake Reservation.
Item 9: Correspondence, September 1910 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing William Finley’s lectures for farmers' institutes in California, promoting the agricultural value of birds. Additional topics include a proposal for the federal protection of migratory birds and efforts to remove protection for meadowlarks in California.
Item 10: Correspondence, October 1910 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing William Finley’s lectures for farmers' institutes in California and the creation of a demonstration train exhibit. Correspondence also focuses on the illegal sale of bird plumes for hair decorations and an effort to gather support for L. Alva Lewis as the next Oregon State Game Warden. Additional topics include the increase of grebe nesting and game birds on the Lower Klamath Lake, a proposal to create bird reserves from lands owned by the University of California, and concerns about farmers’ complaints regarding the effects of birds on crops.
Box-Folder 20.2: Correspondence, November-December 1910 Add to Shelf
Contains letters concerning Finley's possible appointment to the State Game Commission or as the Forestry Warden.
Item 1: Correspondence, November 1910 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the demonstration train exhibit in California and position of Oregon State Game Warden. Additional topics include William Finley’s efforts to secure funding for the National Association of Audubon Societies and inclusion of Finley’s photographs in William Leon Dawson’s book, Birds of California.
Item 2: Correspondence, December 1910 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing William Finley’s efforts to gather support as a candidate for the position of Oregon State Game Warden. Additional topics include concerns about California legislation regarding the protection of birds and Finley’s interest in an Oregon law permitting the establishment of game reserves on private property.
Box-Folder 20.3: Correspondence, January-May 1911 Add to Shelf
Contains correspondence concerning drafting of the bill for the first Oregon Board of Fish and Game Commission, and reference to Finley’s appointment as head of the Commission. Finley’s letter to Theodore Roosevelt regarding Finley’s photographs and a request for support for establishing Pacific Coast wild bird refuges is included. Letters concerning the same topic to other notable individuals such as Oregon Governor Oswald West are also included.
Item 1: Correspondence, January 1911 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing concerns regarding Assembly Bill No. 191, which would remove federal protection for meadowlarks. Correspondence also focuses on Oregon legislation, supported by Governor Oswald West, which would replace the position of State Game Warden with a Fish and Game Commission and permit the establishment of game reserves on private property.
Item 2: Correspondence, February 1911 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing Oregon and Washington legislation regarding the creation of an Oregon State Fish and Game Commission and Washington State Game Warden position. A second focus is the introduction of Senate Bill No. 701, adding a number of bird species to the list of injurious species of California, including grebes, pelicans, and cormorants.
Item 3: Correspondence, March 1911 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing William Finley’s appointment on the State Board of Fish and Game Commissioners and concerns about trappers shooting in a reserve near Burns, Oregon.
Item 4: Correspondence, April 1911 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the removal of Grover N. Jameson as Deputy Game Warden for Oregon and vacant wardenships for the Cold Springs and Malheur Lake Reservations in Oregon and Clear Lake Reservation in California.
Item 5: Correspondence, May 1911 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the vacant positions of Deputy Game Warden and game wardens for the Malheur Lake Reservation and territory around Burns, Oregon. Additional topics include William Finley’s work as part of the State Board of Fish and Game Commissioners, and the inclusion of bird study in Oregon school curriculum.
Box-Folder 20.4: Irene Finley to/from William L. Finley, December 1928 and January 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Correspondence, December 1928 Add to Shelf
Letter from William Finley to Irene discussing lecture plans.
Item 2: Correspondence, January 1935 Add to Shelf
Letters from Irene Finley to William discussing recent events in Jennings Lodge, Oregon.
Box-Folder 20.5: Campbell Church, January-December 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Correspondence, January 1926 Add to Shelf
Letter from William Finley to Henry O’Malley, Commissioner of Fisheries, responding to O’Malley’s proposal to film wildlife on the Pribilof Islands in Alaska.
Item 2: Correspondence, February 1926 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing travel arrangements for William and Irene Finley’s trip to the Pribilof Islands in Alaska.
Item 3: Correspondence, March 1926 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing travel arrangements for William and Irene Finley’s trip to the Pribilof Islands in Alaska.
Item 4: Correspondence, April 1926 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing travel arrangements for William and Irene Finley’s trip to the Pribilof Islands in Alaska.
Item 5: Correspondence, May 1926 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing travel arrangements for William and Irene Finley’s trip to the Pribilof Islands in Alaska.
Item 6: Correspondence, July 1926 Add to Shelf
Radiogram from Percival S. Ridsdale requesting additional footage and images of human subjects, including camp scenes of the expedition crew.
Item 7: Correspondence, August 1926 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the material captured by William Finley on the Pribilof Islands and his plans to travel to the Kenai Peninsula and McKinley National Park.
Item 8: Correspondence, September 1926 Add to Shelf
Letter from William Finley to the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries regarding his trip itinerary to the Pribilof Islands from June to August 1926.
Item 9: Correspondence, October 1926 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the material captured on film by William Finley on the Pribilof Islands.
Item 10: Correspondence, November 1926 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing travel reimbursement and material captured by William Finley on the Pribilof Islands in Alaska.
Item 11: Correspondence, December 1926 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the material captured by William Finley on the Pribilof Islands.
Box-Folder 20.6: Alaska trip to Pribilof Islands, 1927-1929 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Correspondence, January 1927 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the media coverage of William Finley’s trip to Alaska and possibilities for future travel.
Item 2: Correspondence, February 1927 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing William Finley’s plans for lectures in the eastern United States and possibilities for future travel.
Item 3: Correspondence, March 1927 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the popularity of William Finley’s Alaska lecture and plans to continue lecturing in the eastern United States.
Item 4: Correspondence, July 1927 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing Nanette, a pet mountain goat being cared for by the Finley family.
Item 5: Correspondence, August 1927 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing hunting in the fall and Nanette, a pet mountain goat being cared for by the Finley family.
Item 6: Correspondence, November 1927 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing hunting, leaflets for William Finley’s lectures, and plans with the Church family.
Item 7: Correspondence, December 1927 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing a meeting with John Borden in Chicago and the possibility of selling Nanette, a pet mountain goat, to the New York Zoological Park.
Item 8: Correspondence, June 1929 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing Kodiak bear cubs being cared for by the Finley family.
Item 9: Correspondence, July 1929 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the shipment of Kodiak bear cubs to a zoo.
Item 10: Correspondence, August 1929 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing the successful shipment of Kodiak bear cubs to a zoo.
Box-Folder 20.7: General, 1928-1940 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Correspondence, August 1928 Add to Shelf
Letter from Paul E. Lodge discussing his trip to the White Mountains and Roosevelt Dam in Arizona.
Item 2: Correspondence, October 1933 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing Irene Finley’s article on flickers and possible articles for Nature Magazine.
Item 3: Correspondence, October 1936 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing a pet mule deer fawn cared for by the Finley family.
Item 4: Correspondence, July 1937 Add to Shelf
Letter from Carl D. Shoemaker, General Wildlife Federation, discussing letterheads and envelopes.
Item 5: Correspondence, September 1940 Add to Shelf
Correspondence discussing statistics for predators trapped and hunted in Oregon.
Series 4: Lectures, 1921-1942 Add to Shelf
Series 4 consists of radio talks, brochures, clippings, and ephemera pertaining to Finley's film lectures.
Box-Folder 5.9: "Malheur (Lake-Blitzen Valley) Migratory Waterfowl Refuge," proposed radio talk developed by William L. Finley and Stanley Jewett, 1935 and undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: The Great Malheur Lake-Blitzen Valley Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, August 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Malheur (Lake-Blitzen Valley) Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Notes, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.10: Radio talk, "Northwestern Neighbors," Northwestern Electric, June 11, 1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.11: Film lecture introductory remarks, circa 1930-1940 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.7: Advertisements and articles discussing Finley's lectures, 1939 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.8: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1929-1930 Add to Shelf
Item 1: "Camera hunting on the continental divide", 1929-1930 Add to Shelf
Item 2: "We're waiting to see you on the Nature Magazine personally conducted tour of Glacier National Park", undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: "Trailing the American mountain lion to its lair", February 2, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 4: "Hunting the mountain lion with a camera in Arizona", February 2, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 5: "Big game in the southwestern mountains: The American mountain lion and antelope photographed in their native haunts", February 2, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Advertisements promoting William Finley's lectures, January 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Program and articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, January 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, January 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Advertisement promoting "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, January 24, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, January 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 11: "Famed lyceum lecturer" and "Bird study films", 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 12: "Camera hunting on the continental divide", January 24, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Advertisement and articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, January 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, January 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Advertisement and articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, January 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Advertisements for William Finley's books and article discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, January 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Advertisement and articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, January-February 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, January 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Advertisement and articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, February 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 20: "Trailing American mountain lion to its lair", February 16, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 21: "Here's the way a real mountain lion looks when he's treed", February 4, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Articles discussing William Finley lecture, February 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Advertisements promoting "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, February 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Advertisement and articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" and "Wild animals outposts" lectures, January-February 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Articles discussing Finley's lectures, February 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, February-March 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Advertisement and articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, March 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Advertisement and articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, March 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, March 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Program for the Annual Meeting of the Fitchburg Sportsmen's Club, March 7, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, March-April 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, March 1930 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.9: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1929-1930 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Advertisements and articles promoting "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, March 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, March 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lecture, March 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 4: "A stop along the inner passage", April 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 5: "Skeezix, a white coyote: A rare member of his tribe is interviewed", April 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 6: "Finley shoots Arizona fauna on movie film" and "Anti-pollution river organization formed", April 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 7: "Finley, the man: A little, too, about hunting with a camera and concerning pets", April 1929-May 13, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 8: "Wild Life School", April-May 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Clippings and advertisement discussing Finley lectures, a visit from Irene Finley, and Finley's career, May-June 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Clippings discussing baby owl rescue, and Finley lectures "Wild Animal Outposts" and "Camera Hunting on the Great Divide", June 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 11: "He tames wild animals: Bill Finley has many strange pets", July 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Clippings discussing river pollution, July 24-25, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Forum of the people, August 1, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Clippings discussing Malheur Lake and Finley lectures, July-August 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 15: "Politics blamed for game strife", August 14, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 16: "Pollution may be menace to fish industry" and "Downs tells Gov. Norblad board is o.k.", August-September 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Portrait of Dr. Henry Baldwin Ward and Finley for article about salmon and Willamette and Columbia River pollution, September 2, 1930 Add to Shelf
Image taken by Oregonian on September 2, 1930. 1 print.
Item 18: Clippings discussing river pollution, September 2, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Clippings discussing river pollution, September 1-2, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 20: The Museum Echo brochure, clipping discussing game warden's office, and portrait of Phoebe Finley, August-October 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 21: "Loba lecturers to be heard by school children", October 19, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Clippings discussing river pollution and Oregon Audubon Society calendar of meetings, October 12-18, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 23-28: Clippings discussing Finley's lectures, November-December 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Clippings discussing Finley's lectures and cougar kittens, December 15-30, 1930 Add to Shelf
Item 30-31: Articles on Finley southwest expedition, December 28, 1930 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.10: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1921-1931 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Programs, articles, and advertisements discussing "Wild animal outposts" lecture, January 1921-January 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 2: "Saving Malheur for the birds: Famous sanctuaries for natural water fowl and breeding ground of wild geese may be spared", January 18, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing lectures on Alaska and Rocky Mountain expeditions, January 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Advertisement and articles discussing lectures on Alaska and Rocky Mountain expeditions, January 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Program listing William Finley's "Wild animal outposts" and "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lectures, January 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Advertisement and articles discussing lectures on Alaska and Rocky Mountain expeditions, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Articles discussing William Finley's "Wild animal outposts" and "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lectures, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 8: "I chased the raging lion up a tree and then shinnied right after him", February 8, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Articles promoting "Wild animal outposts" lecture, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Advertisement and articles discussing "Wild animal outposts" lecture, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 11: "Wild animal outposts" advertisement, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 12: "Wild animal outposts" advertisement, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Articles discussing William Finley's lectures and trips, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Advertisement for "Wild animal outposts" lecture, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Advertisement and article discussing "Wild animal outposts" lecture, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing "Camera hunting along the Rockies to Alaska" lecture, March 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing "Wild animal outposts" lecture, March 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing "Camera hunting along the Rockies to Alaska" lecture and pollution of Willamette River, February 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Advertisement for "Oregon's outdoors" lecture and article discussing coyotes in Oregon, March 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Article discussing skunks in Oregon, March 29, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Article discussing red-tailed hawks in Oregon, April 1, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Articles discussing ravens and turkey vultures in Oregon, April 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles discussing crows and sparrow hawks in Oregon, April 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Articles discussing Farallon cormorants and kingfishers in Oregon, April 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Article discussing resignations of state game commission employees, April 15, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Articles discussing lecture at Annual Meeting of the Portland Chamber of Commerce and killing sparrow hawks, April 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Articles discussing Annual Meeting of the Portland Chamber of Commerce, April 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Articles discussing Annual Meeting of the Portland Chamber of Commerce and Finley-Church Alaska expedition, May 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Bradford Torrey and John Burroughs memorials, May 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Articles discussing Finley-Church Alaska expedition, May 15, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Articles discussing Finley-Church Alaska expedition, April-May 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Article describing William Finley receiving honorary degree from Oregon State College, June 2, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Articles describing William Finley receiving honorary degree from Oregon State College, June 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 34: Articles discussing pollution of Willamette River and salmon conservation, June 11, 1931 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.11: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Articles discussing pollution of Willamette River and removal of eels, June 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles discussing pollution of Willamette River, June 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing pollution of Willamette River, creation of an executive committee for sportsmen, and the American Nature Association Alaska expedition, July 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Memorandum discussing an outdoor program, including William Finley's lecture, "Our heritage - Forests and streams", June 18, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Article discussing a Girl Scouts camp, including a brief lecture from Irene Finley, August 2, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Article discussing a Girl Scouts camp, August 2, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 7: "Moving Alaskan icebergs menace to nature expedition, Oregon man finds", August 9, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Article discussing American Nature Association Alaska expedition, August 10, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Articles discussing a Finley lecture, film, and pet sea gulls, August 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Advertisement for "Bears" lecture, circa August 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 11: "National Furniture Association party takes part in Oregonian-of-Air at 8 o'clock; Naturalist to be heard", August 23, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Program for 62nd Annual National Convention of Insurance Commissioners, September 15, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Correspondence discussing upcoming lectures, September 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Program and articles discussing William and Irene Finley lectures and length of duck hunting season, September 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Articles discussing filming bears in Alaska and Finley's lecture for the Oregon Audubon Society, September 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 16: "If huge bear rushes toward you, he may just be heading home", September 24, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing a possible natural history museum in Portland and a killer whale traveling up the Columbia River, October 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing killer whale traveling up the Columbia River, October 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Articles discussing killer whale traveling up the Columbia River and Finley's observations of bears, October 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Articles discussing killer whale traveling up the Columbia River, October 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Article discussing death of killer whale traveling up the Columbia River, October 26, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Articles discussing death of killer whale traveling up the Columbia River and William Finley's "Getting personal with mountain lion" lecture, November 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles discussing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, November 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Articles discussing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture and William Finley Jr. marriage announcement, November 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Image of William Finley and Everett B. Sherman, President of the Hennepin County Sportsmen's Club, November 11, 1931 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 26: Image of William Finley, Dr. J. S. Roberts, and H. C. Andress, Director of the Hennepin County Sportsmen's Club, November 11, 1931 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 27: Announcement of William Finley Jr.'s wedding and leaflet listing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, November 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 28: "Wild life lines", November 15, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Articles discussing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, November 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 30: "Desert dwellers", December 6, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Articles discussing William Finley's lectures on southwestern wildlife, December 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 32: "Books made by Oregon authors make fine Christmas gifts", December 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Program listing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, December 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 34: Program listing "Intimate glimpses of animals of the southwest" lecture, August 1931 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.12: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Articles discussing Finley's career and American Nature Association Alaska expedition, January 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 2: "Photographing the wild life of Alaska in its natural habitat", January 10, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Program listing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, January 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Advertisement and articles discussing "Wild animal outposts" lecture, January 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Announcement of "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, January 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Articles discussing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, January 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Program and article discussing "Birds of the arid southwest" and "Getting personal with mountain lions" lectures, January 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Advertisement for "Birds of the arid southwest" and "Getting personal with mountain lions" lectures, January 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Articles discussing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, January 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Program and article discussing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, January 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Article discussing William Finley's lecture tour, February 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Article discussing William Finley's lecture on Alaska wildlife, January-February 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Image of Coati and Order of Hoot Owls membership card, February 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Article discussing upcoming Portland lectures, February 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Sketch of Irene Finley for California Monthly, circa 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 16: "Camera shots of rare birds", March 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing William Finley's career and lectures, March 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Program for "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, March 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Articles discussing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, March 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Advertisement for "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, March 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Meeting minutes discussing sheep on Wallowa Mountains, April 5, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Articles discussing the killing of ospreys and William Finley's trip to southeastern Oregon, May 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 23: "Whales, ospreys, and elk teeth", May 19, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Articles discussing the killing of ospreys at Mirror Pond and William Finley's lectures, May-June 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Advertisement for lecture and invitation for trip to Hart Mountain, June 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Advertisement for lecture and card of appreciation from Advertising Club of Portland, June 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Advertisement for "Outdoor life in the great northwest" lecture, June 8, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Advertisement for "Wild life in southeastern Oregon" lecture, June 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 29: "Bears are funny", July 1932 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.13: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Advertisement for Nature Magazine, circa 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 2: "Three lion kittens", August 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 3: "William L. Finley, Oregon's noted naturalist, 56 today", August 9, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 4: "The story of Don Q", September 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Advertisement and articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, September-October 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Advertisement for "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, circa 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Advertisement and articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, October 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Advertisements and articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, October 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 9: "Dinty was a porcupine", October 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, October 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Advertisement for "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, October 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Program and articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, November 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Schedule listing William Finley's "Adventures in Alaska" lecture, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 14: "Rubber-nosed bears", November 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Program and advertisement for lecture, October-November 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Program listing William Finley lecture, November 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, November 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Program for 19th American Game Conference, November 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Program listing "Getting personal with mountain lions" and "Adventures in Alaska" lectures, November 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Image of 19th American Game Conference Dinner, Hotel Pennsylvania, November 29, 1932 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 21: Program for 19th American Game Conference Dinner, November 29, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 22: "Rod and gun", November 30, 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles, ticket, and program for lectures about Alaskan wildlife, December 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Lecture schedules and article about Irene Finley, December 1932 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 9.14: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, circa 1932-1933 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Articles, ticket, and program for lectures about Alaskan wildlife, January 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Lecture schedule, circa 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, January 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Quotations and a little business story from Finley's, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, January 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 6: "Finley in Bushnell lecture to picture wild life in Alaska", January 15, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, January 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Advertisement and articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, January 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Articles discussing "Adventures in Alaska" lecture, February 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, February 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" and "Glaciers, birds and bears" lectures, February 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Program and articles discussing "Glaciers, birds and bears" lecture, February 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Advertisement for "Glaciers, birds and bears" lecture, February 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" and "Camera hunting on the continental divide" lectures, February 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Articles discussing "Alaskan wild life and the Kodiak bear" lecture, January-March 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing robin behavior and William Finley's lecture tour, April 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Correspondence discussing William Finley lecture for Portland Executives Association, April 4, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Advertisement for lecture and article discussing Finley's trip to Lower Klamath Lake, May 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Program and articles discussing William Finley's lectures, May 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Articles, June 1933 Add to Shelf
Newspaper clippings discussing Portland's efforts to acquire a loan to build a sewage system and Finley's lectures on wildlife in the southwestern United States. Additional article discusses Finley's role on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act advisory board.
Item 21: Image of Portland Chamber of Commerce, July 26, 1933 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 22: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and prospective Portland sewage system, June 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles discussing campaign for Portland sewage system funding, June 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 24: "Wood duck clever in protection of young", July 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Images of an American avocet and chipmunk, July 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Articles, July 1933 Add to Shelf
Newspaper clippings discussing Oregon Caveman group and meeting of Izaak Walton League of America. Image of Caspian terns taken by William Finley is included.
Item 27: Program for Izaak Walton League meeting and articles discussing prospective Portland sewage system and Migratory Bird Treaty Act, July 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Articles discussing meeting with Oregon Caveman group and opposition to highway construction between Mount Hood and Crater Lake, July 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Articles discussing Willamette River pollution and declining waterfowl populations in Pacific Northwest, July 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Articles, July-August 1933 Add to Shelf
Newspaper clippings discussing a meeting of Izaak Walton League Oregon chapters and addition of William Finley on Oregonian's Wild Life Advisory Board. Image of gray fox taken by Finley is included.
Item 31: Advertisement for Progressive Business Men's Club program, August 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 32: "Oregon aims to be the first state pollution free", August 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 33: "Game Commission gets thrift talk", May-August 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 34: "The Oregon-Washington Round Table", September 15, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 35: "Oregon conquers stream pollution", September 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 36: "The Weekly Roar", September 1, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 37: Article discussing cleanup of Oregon waterways, September 16, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 38: Articles discussing William Finley lecture and elk hunting season, October 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 39: Images of roadrunners, September 3, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 40: "Strange and true wild life line stories", October 15, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 41: Image of barn owls, October 1, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 42: Image of western grebe and article discussing benefit event for the American Association of University Women, October 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 43: Images of Brandt's cormorant and pintail ducks, October 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 44: "The murre multitudes", November 5, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 45: Correspondence promoting William Finley lecture, November 3, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 46: Articles discussing duck hunting and William Finley lecture, November 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 47: Article discussing William Finley lecture, November 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 48: Articles discussing elk hunting and William Finley lecture tour, November-December 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 49: Program and article discussing William Finley lecture, December 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 50: Program listing upcoming lecture by William Finley, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 51: Articles discussing hummingbirds and William Finley lecture, December 1933 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 10.1: Poster advertisement for "Wild animal outposts" lecture, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 14.1: Film lecture brochures, "Camera Hunting on the Continental Divide", circa 1930-1940 and undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Film lecture brochure, "Camera Hunting on the Continental Divide", undated Add to Shelf
Item 2: Film lecture brochure, "Camera Hunting on the Continental Divide", circa 1930-1940 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 21.1: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1933-1934 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Program and advertisement for "The adventures of a naturalist in Alaska" and "The development of wild life resources in Oregon" lectures, January 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Excerpt from World Celebrities blue book describing "Getting personal with mountain lions" lecture, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 3: "Game conference hears 4-point plan to restore nation's wild life", January 24, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 4: "Wild-life project calls for U.S. aid", January 24, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Program and article discussing "Birds, bergs and the Kodiak bear" lecture, January 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Correspondence promoting William Finley lecture, January 11, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Program listing "Cruising in Alaska" lecture, January 16, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Articles, lecture schedule, and brochure, January-February 1934 Add to Shelf
Document includes lecture schedule and newspaper clipping discussing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture. Newspaper clipping discussing establishment of wildlife sanctuaries and brochure for the Moose Hill Bird Sanctuary are included.
Item 9: Articles discussing "Alaskan wildlife and the Kodiak bear" lecture and 13th annual Camp and Trail Club dinner, February 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Invitation to meeting featuring lecture from William Finley, February 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Articles discussing Finley lectures, February 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Article discussing Finley lectures and visit with Franklin Delano Roosevelt, February 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 13: "Beedy will support Marginal Lands Bill, he tells 565 fish and game enthusiasts gathered to hear lecture by Dr. Finley", February 14, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 14: "Beedy assures support of sanctuary projects", February 14, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and restoration of the Malheur and Lower Klamath Lake refuges, February 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Advertisement for "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture, February 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Program listing upcoming lecture by William Finley, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Correspondence promoting William Finley lecture, February 24, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Advertisement for 13th Annual "Doe" Dinner of the Camp and Trail Club, February 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 20: "Bird reservations of Oregon may be restored", February 24, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Program and articles discussing William Finley's lectures and 21st Annual Dinner of the Lang Syne Society, February-March 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Advertisement for William Finley lecture and articles discussing restoration of bird refuges, March 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and bird refuges at Malheur and Lower Klamath lakes, March-April 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 24: "Memories of glamorous years of past recalled at Lang Syne Society dinner", March 1, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 25: "Are wildcats wild?", April 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Program and article discussing William Finley lectures, April 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Oregon writers publication and articles discussing William Finley's lectures, May 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and filming at Malheur Lake, May-June 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Images from Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners Conference, June 17, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 30: "Wild life plea slated: Northwest delegate to go to Washington", June-July 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Articles discussing fishways and William Finley lectures, September-October 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Program for Izaak Walton League of America State Convention, July 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Articles, July-August 1934 Add to Shelf
Newspaper clippings discussing the need for antelope conservation at Hart Mountain, the impact of birds on the fish population, and restoration of the Lower Klamath Lake. Article discussing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture is included.
Item 34: "30-day duck season over 10 weeks set", August 1, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 35: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, October 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 36: Program listing William Finley lecture and article discussing the creation of a bird refuge at Malheur Lake, October-December 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 37: Articles discussing Finley lecture, "Where rolls the Oregon", December 1934 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 21.2: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1934-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: American Nature Association pamphlet featuring William Finley photographs, January 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Advertisement for "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture, January 27, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Program listing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture, January 27, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Lecture schedule listing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Program listing "Breeding blue grouse in captivity" lecture at 21st American Game Conference, January 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Correspondence discussing 21st American Game Conference, January 3, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Article discussing creation of Malheur Lake refuge and program listing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture, January 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Ticket and articles discussing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" and "Where rolls the Oregon" lectures, January 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Programs and article discussing William Finley lectures, October 1934-January 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Schedule listing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture, January 18, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Images of William Finley and Dr. A. Hamilton Rice and ticket for "More game birds" meeting, January 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, January-February 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, January-February 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Images of bear catching salmon, February 9, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Program, advertisement, and articles discussing "Where rolls the Oregon" lecture, February 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, February 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing William Finley visit with President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, February 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles and correspondence, February-March 1935 Add to Shelf
Collection of articles and correspondence focusing on William Finley's visit with President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Other articles discuss fishways at the Bonneville Dam and beaver conservation.
Item 19: Programs and advertisement for "Where rolls the Oregon" lecture, 1934-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Advertisements for "Where rolls the Oregon" and "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lectures, February 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Article discussing "Where rolls the Oregon" lecture, February 11, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Article discussing the creation of a game refuge from P Ranch property, February 21, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Advertisement listing William Finley lecture, February 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Advertisement for "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Advertisement and articles discussing William Finley lectures, February 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Program, ticket, and articles discussing "Where rolls the Oregon" lecture, 1934-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Card granting William Finley privileges to Chicago Athletic Association Club, February 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Programs and article discussing "Where rolls the Oregon" and "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lectures, 1934-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and increasing hunting and fishing license fees, February-March 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Articles discussing establishment of Malheur Lake bird refuge, effects of dam construction on the Columbia River, and William Finley lecture, March-April 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Advertisement for William Finley lecture, March 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Program and articles discussing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" and "Oregon's greatest gold mine: Her outdoors" lectures, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Article discussing "Oregon's greatest gold mine: Her outdoors" lecture, March 9, 1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 21.3: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Advertisement for "Where rolls the Oregon" lecture, April 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles discussing fishways and William Finley lecture, March-April 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Article discussing William Finley's career and life, April 7, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Program and articles discussing William Finley lectures, April-May 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Advertisement and articles discussing William Finley lectures and Malheur Lake bird refuge, April-June 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Invitation and advertisements for William Finley lectures, May-June 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, May-June 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Outdoor Recreation Committee meeting minutes, June 4, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, June 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Articles discussing Oregon tourism, pollution of Oregon rivers, and renaming Malheur Lake refuge, June 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Articles discussing debate over Malheur Lake refuge renaming and William Finley's appointment to Nature Magazine Conservation Department, June 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, June 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Advertisement for William Finley and Ed Averill's article series, July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Advertisement for William Finley and Ed Averill's article series, July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 15: "Reclamation vs. conservation", July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 16: "Reclamation Service blamed for destruction of wildfowl", July 4, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 17: "Sportsmen are blamed for fish and game slump", July 5, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing William Finley and Ed Averill's article series and Malheur Lake refuge renaming, July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Articles discussing Oregon wildlife and wildlife refuges, July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Articles discussing bird refuges and conservation, July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Articles discussing bird refuges in Oregon and California, July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles discussing bird refuges in Oregon and California, July 28, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Articles discussing the effects of dams on salmon populations, July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Articles discussing controversy over Reclamation Service's handling of bird conservation, July 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, August 4, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 27: "Salmon or kilowatts: Columbia River dams threaten great natural resource", August 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Articles discussing Malheur Lake refuge, effects of dams on salmon populations, and creation of the Oregon Wilderness Society, August 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, August 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Articles discussing William Finley lecture, reclamation work in Oregon, and Oregon Wilderness Society, August 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Articles discussing American Game Association meeting and Reclamation Service's handling of bird conservation, August 1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 21.4: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: "Editorials: A better place to live", August 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, August-September 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Program and advertisement for William Finley lectures, August-October 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Program listing lecture, "The restoration of breeding grounds for wild fowl and the establishment of game sanctuaries in Oregon", September 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and resignation of a game commission member, September 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Advertisement for William Finley and Ed Averill's article series, September 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, September 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Oil can letter, September 28, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, September-October 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Newspaper clippings discussing William Finley's trip to southern Oregon, October 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, October-November 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Newspaper clipping discussing Lower Klamath Lake and agriculture, November 15, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, November-December 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Article discussing albino coyote, December 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 15: American Nature Association brochure and article discussing Izaak Walton League of America meeting, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing pollution of Columbia and Willamette rivers, December 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, December 8, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Recreational Resources Committee meeting minutes, December 10, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, December 15, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Articles discussing river pollution and William Finley's appointment to wildlife committee by President Roosevelt, December 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Articles authored by William Finley and Ed F. Averill discussing Oregon wildlife, December 1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 21.5: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Advertisements for "Where rolls the Oregon" and "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lectures, January 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Article discussing the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, February 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing Oregon State Conservation Council, General Wild Life Federation, and New York Conservation Department, February 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Articles discussing North American Wild Life Conference and "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture, February 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Article discussing "Where rolls the Oregon" lecture, February-March 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Advertisement for William Finley lecture and newspaper clipping discussing Irene and Phoebe Finley's trip to New Mexico, March 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Article discussing "Where rolls the Oregon" lecture, March 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Articles discussing proposed sewage system in Portland and William Finley's "Woods, water, wild life" lecture at the Izaak Walton League of American convention, April 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Program for Jackson Park Bird Sanctuary dedication, April 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Program for 14th Annual Convention of the Izaak Walton League of America, April 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 11: "'Pipes' at the convention", May 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Articles discussing topics covered at Izaak Walton League of America convention and Jackson Park Bird Sanctuary dedication, April 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Articles discussing river pollution, dam construction, and William Finley lectures, April 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and Izaak Walton League of America convention, April 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Articles discussing topics covered at Izaak Walton League of America convention, May 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and endorsement of East Bay Regional Park, May 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 17: "A line on the sportsman", May 6, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Article discussing formation of the Southwestern Oregon Wild Life Federation, May 11, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Program and article listing William Finley lectures, May 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Articles discussing trout populations in western Oregon and effects of dams on salmon fishing, May-June 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Articles discussing Phoebe Finley's engagement to Arthur Pack, June 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Invitation and articles discussing wedding between Phoebe Finley and Arthur Pack, June 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Portraits of Phoebe Finley, June 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Letters to the editor discussing Willamette River pollution, July 21, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Articles discussing Ira N. Gabrielson visit and 8th Annual State Convention of the Izaak Walton League of America, July 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Articles discussing Ira N. Gabrielson visit and Malheur Lake refuge, July 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Program for State Convention of the Izaak Walton League Of America, July 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Articles discussing construction of J. P. Finley & Son Mortuary in Portland, August 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Articles discussing beaver conservation and construction of J. P. Finley & Son Mortuary in Portland, August 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Clippings on dams, Roosevelt, and Walton League, August 2-13, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and effects of dams on salmon, August-September 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 32: "Conservation makes the headlines", September 26, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Advertisement for "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture and newspaper clippings discussing Irene and William Finley's articles in Nature Magazine, October 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 34: Articles discussing an Oregon Wildlife Conference and William Finley's critiques of the Bureau of Fisheries Commissioner, November 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 35: Program for Oregon Wildlife Conference in Corvallis, November 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 36: Articles discussing Oregon Wildlife Conference, November 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 37: "Martin urges co-operation on wild life", November 20, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 38: Articles discussing Arthur N. Pack's activities as President of the American Nature Association, December 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 39: Articles discussing dam construction and salmon fisheries, December 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 40: "Legislature certain to have 'game' diet next month, whether or no", December 20, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 41: Articles discussing beavers and a conference in Salem, December 29, 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 42: Articles discussing kingfishers and Portland Chamber of Commerce meeting, December 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 43: "Oregon becomes active center for writers", circa 1936 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 21.6: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1936-1937 Add to Shelf
Item 1: "The beaver, foremost wildlife citizen", January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Program for 1st Annual State Planning Conference, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing 1st Annual State Planning Conference, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Articles discussing salmon conservation and William Finley lecture tour, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Articles discussing illegal hunting and William Finley lecture tour, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Articles discussing illegal hunting and politics, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Articles discussing "Woods, waters and wildlife" and "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lectures, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Articles discussing William Finley lectures in Toronto, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Articles discussing William Finley lectures in Toronto, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Advertisement and articles discussing William Finley lectures, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, January 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Article discussing nature photography competition, January 31, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Program for North American Wildlife Conference, February 1936 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Advertisement for Finley lecture at Walton League chapter meeting, February 6, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Articles discussing nature photography competition and 9th Annual New England Game Conference, February 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, nature photography competition, and photographing bears, February 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing nature photography competition and William Finley lecture tour, February 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Invitation and program for 9th Annual New England Game Conference, February 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Program listing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Articles discussing nature photography competition and 9th Annual New England Game Conference, February 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Seating list for Camp Fire Club dinner, February 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Program for Conservation Society Banquet, February 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles discussing establishment of Indian Memorial Park, February 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Program and advertisement for "Woods, water and wildlife" lecture, 1936-1937 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Program for William Finley lecture and articles discussing 2nd Annual American Wild Life Federation Conference, February 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Article discussing 2nd Annual American Wild Life Federation Conference, March 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Article discussing 2nd Annual American Wild Life Federation Conference, March 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Article discussing trapping and hunting laws, March 4, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 29: "Governor Stark with wildlife delegates", March 4, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Article discussing formation of General Wild Life Federation, March 4, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Article discussing trapping and hunting laws, March 4, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Program for "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, March 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Program listing "Birds, bergs and Kodiak bears" lecture and article discussing lecture tour, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 34: Images of hummingbirds and kingfishers, March 21, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 35: Program and article discussing 2nd North American Wildlife Conference, March 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 36: Article discussing natural resource conservation, March 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 37: Articles discussing 2nd Annual American Wild Life Federation Conference and salmon, March-April 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 38: Articles discussing William Finley lectures on dams, salmon, and river pollution, April 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 39: Articles discussing William Finley lectures on dams, salmon, and river pollution, April 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 40: Article discussing William Finley lecture on dams, salmon, and river pollution, April 22, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 41: Advertisement for "Fishing resources and inland waterways of Oregon" lecture, April 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 42: Articles discussing William Finley lecture and golden eagle hoax, April 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 43: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and beavers, April 1937 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 21.7: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1936-1937 Add to Shelf
Item 1: "Planning Progress", May 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, May 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing William Finley lecture and effects of dams on salmon, May 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and program listing "Wild life in moving pictures" lecture, 1936-1937 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Articles discussing dams on the Willamette River and conservation meetings, May 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Articles discussing Wild Life Federation tour of southern Oregon, May 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Articles discussing Wild Life Federation tour of southern Oregon, June 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Articles discussing wildlife conference in Bend and William Finley lecture on Lower Klamath Lake, June 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Articles discussing wildlife conference in Klamath Falls, June 4, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Articles discussing wildlife conferences in Klamath Falls and Bend, June 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Articles discussing river pollution and Members' Forum of the Chamber meeting, June 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Articles discussing Bend conference, Klamath Falls game meeting, and Lower Klamath Lake, June 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Advertisement and newspaper clippings discussing William Finley lecture, Malheur Lake refuge, and river cleanup, June 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Article discussing William Finley lecture for Portland Rotary Club, June 24, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Article discussing William Finley lecture for Portland Rotary Club, June 29, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Advertisement for "The big game parade" lecture, July 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing black bears and effects of dams on salmon, July 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing zoologist Henry Baldwin Ward visit to Oregon, July 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Articles discussing river pollution, anti-pollution bill, and death of Charles Lathrop Pack, July 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Articles discussing Rogue River pollution and dams on the Willamette River, August 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Articles discussing William Finley speech, anti-pollution bill, and fish populations, July 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Program for 15th Annual Izaak Walton League State Convention, July 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles discussing river pollution and "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, August 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Article discussing Bonneville Dam, August 7, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Articles discussing 15th Annual Izaak Walton League State Convention and housing for game birds and fish, August 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Images from 17th Western Association of State Game and Fish Commissioners Annual Convention, August 17, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Advertisements and articles discussing William Finley lectures and effects of Columbia River projects on fish populations, September 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Articles discussing Willamette River pollution and hunting pronghorn, September 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Article describing the effects of Willamette River pollution on released fish, September 22, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Article listing upcoming William Finley lecture, September 24, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Articles describing Willamette River pollution and fishing regulations, September 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Articles describing effects of Willamette River pollution on fish and crayfish, October 8, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and Izaak Walton League meeting, November 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 34: "Famed naturalist to tell bear stories at opening of children's series", November 9, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 35: Articles discussing geese, William Finley lectures, and Izaak Walton League meeting, November 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 36: Articles discussing William Finley lectures, November 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 37: Articles discussing formation of Oregon Wild Life Federation Umatilla County chapter, November 30, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 38: Articles discussing William Finley lecture, wildlife conference in Corvallis, and formation of Oregon Wild Life Federation Umatilla County chapter, December 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 39: "Malheur being restored as bird haven of west", December 5, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 40: Program for 2nd Oregon Wildlife Conference in Corvallis, December 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 41: Articles discussing William Finley lecture and water purification legislation, December 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 42: Articles discussing Bonneville power plant and Willamette Valley project, December 19, 1937 Add to Shelf
Item 43: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and image of Oregon Wild Life Federation members, December 1937 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 22.1: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Program for Oregon Conservation Week, March 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Program of lectures and article discussing construction of dams on Willamette River, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing William Finley lecture tour, January 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Articles discussing William Finley lecture and Port Orford cedar conservation, January 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Articles discussing William Finley lecture tour and effects of dams on fish populations, March 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Articles discussing construction of dams on Willamette River and Wildlife Restoration Week, March 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Oregon Audubon Society publication listing William Finley lecture, February 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Publication discussing "Salmon, and the public uses of our rivers" lecture, June 13, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Advertisement for "Recreational vs. industrial use of Oregon rivers" lecture, June 3, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Article discussing Senate Bill 2970 transferring conservation efforts to the Department of Interior, January 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Program for 3rd North American Wildlife Conference Banquet, February 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 12: "Colonel Lee answers attack on waterways", August 20, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Program for 16th Annual Convention of Izaak Walton League, April 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Advertisement for "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, January 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Articles discussing effects of dams on Oregon rivers, June 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing effects of dams on Oregon rivers, February 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing dams on Columbia River, August 19, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing dams on Oregon rivers and highway cleanup, May 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Articles discussing game commissioners and deer populations in the Ochoco National Forest, August 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 20: "The seven dams of the Willamette", June 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Program for the 3rd North American Wildlife Conference, February 1938 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 22.2: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Articles discussing "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, January 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles discussing construction of dams and transportation of goods on the Columbia River, August 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing construction of dams on Oregon rivers and salmon populations, June 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Articles discussing construction of dams on Oregon rivers and salmon populations, June 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Articles discussing effects of dams on salmon populations, June 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Articles discussing effects of dams on wildlife and American Boy trip to Alaska, June-July 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Articles discussing "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture and anti-pollution bill, October 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Program for "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture and articles announcing Mrs. J. P. Finley's 90th birthday, October-November 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Program and articles discussing "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, November 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Articles discussing "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, November 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Articles discussing "The big game parade" lecture, November 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Newsletter listing "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, November 29, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Program for 3rd Oregon Wildlife Conference, December 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Articles discussing 3rd Oregon Wildlife Conference and anti-pollution law, December 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 15: American Forestry Association voting ballot and articles discussing William Finley lecture tour, December 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Article discussing Arthur Pack's visit to Denver, March 4, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing American Boy trip to Alaska, July 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing American Boy trip to Alaska and transportation of goods on Columbia River, July 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Articles discussing American Boy trip to Alaska, August 4, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Program for Izaak Walton League Annual Banquet, April 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Program and article discussing William Finley lectures, October 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and anti-pollution bill, October 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Program and articles discussing Oregon Roadside Council Annual Meeting, October 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 24: "Naturalists film action on Paulina Lake outing", October 9, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Articles discussing trip to Paulina Lake and pine martens, October 2, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Articles discussing National Wildlife Federation meeting, University of California reunion, and Aleutian Islands trip, September 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Editorial discussing William Finley's perspective on development of waterways, August 27, 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Articles discussing Izaak Walton League and National Wildlife Federation meetings, August 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Program for Izaak Walton League State Convention, August 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Articles discussing American Boy Alaska trip, July 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Article discussing William Finley speech and radio interview transcript discussing the Malheur Lake refuge, June 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Advertisement, program, and article discussing "Woods, waters and wildlife" and "The big game parade" lectures, February 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Article discussing effects of dams, diseases, and pollution on salmon populations, May 1938 Add to Shelf
Item 34: Program listing "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, 1938 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 22.3: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1938-1939 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Excerpt from World Celebrities blue book describing "The big game parade" and "Woods, waters and wildlife" lectures, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Proof sheet for "Who's who in Oregon", listing William and Irene Finley, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Program and article discussing "The big game parade" lecture, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and proposed bighorn sheep refuge, January 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Articles discussing "The big game parade" lecture, January 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Articles discussing "The big game parade" lecture and effects of irrigation projects on fish populations, January 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Articles discussing William Finley lecture, January 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Articles discussing "The big game parade" and "Wildlife in the Rockies" lectures, January-February 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Editorial discussing effects of proposed Willamette River dams on salmon runs, February 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Ticket for "Hunting big game with a camera" lecture and article discussing 11th Annual New England Game Conference, February 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Program and article discussing "The big game parade" lecture for American Institute of Electrical Engineers, February 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Programs for National Wildlife Federation Annual Meeting and 4th North American Wildlife Conference, February 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Articles discussing National Wildlife Federation officers and effects of dams on fishing, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Articles discussing sardines and National Wildlife Federation officers, February 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Articles discussing National Wildlife Federation officers and new president, February 18, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing William Finley lectures and proposed Willamette River dams, March 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Article discussing conservation efforts in Oregon, March 19, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing California border inspections and San Clemente Island, March 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Article discussing falcons living in Manhattan, March 26, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Article discussing William Finley and Grand Coulee dam, March 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Article discussing California condor conservation, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 22: "Bookkeeping for rivers", April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Program for joint meeting between Albany Chamber of Commerce and Santiam Fish and Game Association, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Articles discussing proposed Willamette Valley plan, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Program and articles discussing William Finley lectures and proposed Willamette River dams, 1938-1939 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Correspondence listing Abras alumni who were listed in "Who's who", April 11, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Articles discussing meeting of Izaak Walton League Coos County chapter, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Articles discussing meeting of Izaak Walton League Coos County chapter, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Articles discussing dam construction and log transportation on Willamette River, April 19, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Articles discussing river development projects and William Finley's speech at Izaak Walton League Coos County chapter meeting, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Articles discussing dams on Oregon rivers and meetings for Oregon Audubon Society and Izaak Walton League Clatsop County chapter, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Articles discussing proposed Umatilla Dam and "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Advertisement and articles, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Advertisement for Oregon Audubon Society dinner and articles discussing "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture and establishment of Clatsop County chapter of Izaak Walton League.
Item 34: Articles discussing waterway development projects and establishment of Clatsop County chapter of Izaak Walton League, April 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 35: Oregon Audubon Society publication listing visit to Jennings Lodge, May 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 36: Article discussing Willamette Valley project and memorandum promoting William Finley speech, April-May 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 37: Publication listing "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture and article discussing proposed Willamette River dams, May 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 38: Program listing "Arizona birds" lecture and articles discussing Willamette Valley project, 1938-1939 Add to Shelf
Item 39: Articles discussing Willamette Valley project and establishment of University of Washington Arboretum, May 5, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 40: Articles discussing waterway development projects, May 1939 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 22.4: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Article discussing Columbia River salmon runs, May 7, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles discussing waterway development projects and William Finley lectures, May 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing William Finley speeches on natural resource conservation and Willamette Valley project, May 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 4: "Old days on Ladd's Pond", May 21, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Articles discussing proposed Willamette River dams and William Finley lectures, May-June 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Articles discussing National Wildlife Federation meeting and waterway development projects, June 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Article discussing proposed dam construction near Sweet Home, June 15, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Article discussing proposed dam construction near Sweet Home, June 18, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Articles discussing proposed dam construction near Sweet Home and along Columbia River, June 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Articles, July 1939 Add to Shelf
Articles discussing visit from National Wildlife Federation president, David Aylward, management of pilchard and salmon industries, and National Wildlife Federation meeting.
Item 11: Articles discussing proposed dam construction, salmon conservation, and "Woods, waters and wildlife" lecture, July 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Program, invitation, and publication discussing 2nd Annual Session of Institute on Northwest Affairs, July 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Articles discussing visit by ichthyologist, Henry B. Ward, and proposed dam construction near Sweet Home, July 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Articles discussing William Finley's speech on waterway development projects, July 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Articles discussing pilchard conservation and sewage systems, August 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing pilchard conservation and collection of bird specimens at Depoe Bay Museum, July-August 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing Izaak Walton League Annual State Convention, August 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing Izaak Walton League Annual State Convention, August 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Advertisement for Izaak Walton League Annual State Convention, August 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Articles discussing Izaak Walton League Annual State Convention, August 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Program for Izaak Walton League Annual State Convention, August 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Article discussing proposed dam construction near Sweet Home, August 26, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles discussing Izaak Walton League Annual State Convention and trout conservation, August 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Articles discussing an escaped pet canary and friendship between a duck and dog, August 27, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Article discussing collection of bird specimens at Depoe Bay Museum, August 28, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Publication listing "Life history of California condor" lecture, September 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Articles discussing death of William Finley's mother and "Life history of the California condor" lecture, September 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Oregon Audubon Society program listing "Life history of the California condor" lecture, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Advertisement for William Finley films, October 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Article discussing careers of William and Irene Finley, November 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Articles discussing river pollution and lecture given by Dr. William Beebe, November 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Article discussing proposed dam construction near Sweet Home, November 30, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Advertisement for William Finley films, December 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 34: Program for 46th Mazama Annual Banquet and articles discussing 4th Annual Oregon Wildlife Federation Meeting, December 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 35: Articles discussing 4th Annual Oregon Wildlife Federation Meeting and advertisement for William Finley lecture, December 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 36: Articles discussing 4th Annual Oregon Wildlife Federation Meeting, December 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 37: Program for 4th Oregon Wildlife Conference, December 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 38: Article discussing coots, December 10, 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 39: Articles discussing Oregon Wildlife Federation meeting, effects of dams on salmon fishing, and William Finley lecture tour, December 1939 Add to Shelf
Item 40: Article discussing bighorn sheep population near Hart Mountain, December 17, 1939 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 22.5: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Bulletin discussing Oregon Wildlife Federation meeting, January 22, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles discussing book, "Birds of Oregon", January 26, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Articles discussing book, "Birds of Oregon", January-February 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Article discussing debate over establishing Mount Hood as a national park, February 2, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Article discussing debate over establishing Mount Hood as a national park, February 11, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Article discussing new subspecies of beaver discovered in Oregon, February 14, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Article discussing debate over establishing Mount Hood as a national park, February 18, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Articles, March 1940 Add to Shelf
Articles discussing duck and quail hunting in Mexico, North American Wildlife Conference, and visit to Ghost Ranch in New Mexico.
Item 9: Press release discussing effects of dams on salmon fishing, March 16, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Articles discussing effects of Willamette Valley project on salmon fishing, March 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Article discussing effects of Willamette Valley project on salmon fishing, March 20, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Articles discussing effects of Willamette Valley project on salmon fishing and William Finley lecture, March 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Articles discussing Willamette Valley project and migratory waterfowl in Mexico, March 21, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Article discussing differences between rabbits and hares, March 24, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project, March 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project, March 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 17: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project, March 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project and Izaak Walton League Coos County chapter annual banquet, March 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Article discussing effects of Willamette Valley project on salmon fishing, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project, March-April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Article discussing trout fishing, April 7, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project and death of William Finley's gardener, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 24: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project and death of William Finley's gardener, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project and river pollution, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Article discussing Willamette Valley project, April 12, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Article discussing Willamette Valley project and building birdhouses, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project and 90th birthday of William Finley's sister, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project and 3rd Annual Oregon Audubon Society Dinner, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Article discussing snails, April 21, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Article discussing Native American culture in New Mexico, April 21, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Newsletter listing William Finley lecture, April 25, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 34: Articles discussing need for Portland sewage system, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 22.6: Mounted clippings and ephemera pertaining to Finley's lectures, 1940-1942 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project and river pollution, April 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Articles discussing need for Portland sewage system and Pacific College benefit party at Jennings Lodge, April-May 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Images of geese taken by William Finley and article discussing Pacific College benefit party, April 28, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Advertisement for "Birds of Oregon", May 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Articles discussing debate over Willamette Valley project and river pollution, May 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Articles discussing Willamette Valley project and Pacific College benefit party at Jennings Lodge, May 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Article discussing Willamette Valley project, May 16, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Article discussing Willamette Valley project, May 17, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Article discussing Willamette Valley project, May 19, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Articles discussing Willamette Valley project and Pacific College benefit party at Jennings Lodge, May 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Articles discussing fishways and effects of dams on fish populations, May 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Program for Jennings Lodge School commencement ceremony and articles discussing Pacific College benefit party and W. J. Smith lecture, May 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Articles, May-June 1940 Add to Shelf
Articles discussing Willamette Valley project, water conservation, and appointment of Ira N. Gabrielson as Director of Fish and Wildlife Service.
Item 14: Article discussing book, "Birds of Oregon", June 2, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Memorandum discussing Irene and William Finley filming in Yellowstone Park, July 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 16: Articles, July 1940 Add to Shelf
Articles discussing William Finley Yellowstone Park trip, Rogue River pollution, and Izaak Walton League Oregon State Council Convention.
Item 17: Program and articles discussing Izaak Walton League Oregon State Council Convention, July 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 18: Articles discussing Izaak Walton League Oregon State Council Convention, July 28, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 19: Article discussing Izaak Walton League Oregon State Council Convention, August 1, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 20: Article discussing cougar meal served at Izaak Walton League Oregon State Council Convention, August 11, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 21: Articles discussing proposed Portland natural history museum and "To feed or not to feed" article, August-September 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 22: Pamphlet listing William Finley nature films, September 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 23: Article discussing Izaak Walton League Oregon State Council Convention, September 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 24: The Audubon Warbler and Oregon Audubon Society program, October 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 25: Articles discussing Portland sewage disposal issue and Ed F. Averill lecture, September-October 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 26: Articles discussing bears and William Finley's trip through southwestern United States, October 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 27: Articles discussing 5th Oregon Wildlife Conference, a swan killing, and lectures given by William Finley and Ed Averill, November 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 28: Correspondence promoting William Finley lecture, November 16, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 29: Article discussing game animals in western United States, November 20, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 30: Publication listing William Finley's trip to southwestern United States, November 20, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 31: Portland Lions Club publication listing Ed Averill lecture and William Finley as guest chairman, November 22, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 32: Program for 5th Oregon Wildlife Federation Annual Conference, November 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 33: Articles discussing 5th Oregon Wildlife Federation Annual Conference, November 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 34: Articles discussing 5th Oregon Wildlife Federation Annual Conference and swan killing, November 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 35: Articles discussing 5th Oregon Wildlife Federation Annual Conference, November 28, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 36: Articles discussing 5th Oregon Wildlife Federation Annual Conference, November 28, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 37: Articles discussing 5th Oregon Wildlife Federation Annual Conference, November 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 38: Article discussing 5th Oregon Wildlife Federation Annual Conference, November 29, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 39: Articles discussing 5th Oregon Wildlife Federation Annual Conference, November 29, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 40: Articles discussing 5th Oregon Wildlife Federation Annual Conference and an attack on a swan, November-December 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 41: Articles discussing Willamette Valley project debate, swan killing, and lecture given by William Finley and William Smith, December 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 42: Articles discussing Willamette Valley project debate and lecture given by William Finley and William Smith, December 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 43: Articles discussing Willamette Valley project debate and William Finley lecture, December 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 44: Articles discussing Willamette Valley project debate, December 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 45: Article discussing bird refuges and waterfowl populations, December 29, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 46: Article discussing killing of a swan, December 5, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 47: Article discussing Braly Museum of Natural History, December 12, 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 48: "Wildlife zealots versus realists", December 1940 Add to Shelf
Item 49: William Finley speech for 20th Izaak Walton League Annual Meeting, 1942 Add to Shelf
Series 5: Trip Notes, 1918-1938 Add to Shelf
Series 5 consists of trip notes, most of which pertain to the Finleys' 1926 Alaska trip. Other notes document a 1931 Alaska trip by Arthur Pack and William Alakangas, a 1929 trip to Arizona and New Mexico, a 1927-28 trip to the eastern United States, and a 1938 trip to Oregon's Paulina Lake.
Box-Folder 5.12: William L. Finley, Alaska, 1926 and undated Add to Shelf
Item 1: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Excerpt of an unnamed manuscript, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.13: Irene Finley, notes on Campbell Church trip, Alaska, 1925-1928 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Article draft, 1926 Add to Shelf
Draft of an article written by Irene Finley concerning a pet coyote.
Item 2: Cacomistles as pets, 1926-1927 Add to Shelf
Item 3: "Maki's perfect day: A south sea episode" by Charles Nordhoff, Harper's Monthly Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: "On the lagoon" by Charles Bernard Nordhoff, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: "Carmilla's teacher" by Leonora Pease, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: "In the shadow of Faneuhi" by Charles Bernard Nordhoff, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: "A frozen diary: Glimpses of the barren lands" by Captain Thierry Mallet, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: "Monkey tricks" by Delia J. Akeley, Saturday Evening Post, September 18, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 9: "A dog story", undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: The Piper, Houghton Mifflin Company, October 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 11: National Lloyd Week advertisement, April 1928 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Trip to Alaska, 1925-1926 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.14: Irene Finley, Alaska, 1918-1926 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Trip to Alaska, 1922-1926 Add to Shelf
Item 4: "E. W. Nelson in National Geographic", May 1918 Add to Shelf
Item 5: "Lost forest yields rich archaic find", Sunday Tribune, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.15: Irene Finley, Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.16: Alaska notes, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 5.17: Alaska notes, 1926-1928 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Trip to Alaska, 1926-1928 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.1: Arthur Pack, Alaska, 1931-1933 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Trip to Alaska, 1931 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Arthur and Brownie Pack field notes, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Mt. Rainier trip notes, circa 1931-1933 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.2: Trip to British Columbia and southern Alaska, 1926 and 1931 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.3: Arizona-New Mexico expedition, 1929 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.4: Trip to eastern United States, 1927-1928 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.5: Trip to Paulina Lake, August 15, 1938 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 22.7: "Fur seals of the Pribilof Islands" by Edward A. Preble, Nature Magazine, October 1925 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 22.8: Trip to Alaska, 1926 Add to Shelf
Series 6: Organizations and Issues, 1909-1946 Add to Shelf
Series 6 consists of files pertaining to various organizations and issues. Organizations represented include the Izaak Walton League, the U.S. Forest Service, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, the U.S. Bureau of Biological Survey, and the Oregon State Planning Board. Issues include reclamation in the Klamath and Malheur basins, salmon and Bonneville Dam, stream pollution, and mountain lions. Also included is a 1915 report by Stanley Jewett, "Report on Birds Seen at Netarts Bay."
Box-Folder 6.6: Report on birds seen at Netarts Bay, Oregon, 1915 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.7: Fouke Fur Company, fur seal contract, 1931-1933 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.8: Izaak Walton League correspondence, April 29, 1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.9: Letter from I. H. Van Winkle to William Finley, May 20, 1926 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.10: Malheur, Lower Klamath Lake, and Hart Mountain Refuges, 1930-1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.11: Lower Klamath Lake, Tule Lake, and Clear Lake Refuges, 1917-1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.12: Mountain lion encounter, circa 1929 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.13: Oregon State Planning Board, 1934-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Report of the Wild Life Sub-Committee -- Forestry Committee of the Oregon Planning Council, November 26, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Oregon State Planning Board, 1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.14: Oregon State Planning Board, 1934-1936 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Oregon State Planning Board, 1934-1936 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Oregon State Planning Board, 1936 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.15: "Report of President's Committee on Wild Life Restoration", February 8, 1934 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 6.16: Salmon and Bonneville Dam, circa 1932-1937 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.1: Scheffer Reports (Theo H. Scheffer) -- waterfowl surveys, 1933-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: "Report on waterfowl food resources and shooting survey: Puget Sound and glacial lakes", March 8, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 2: "Reports on waterfowl food resources and shooting survey: The Lower Columbia River District", March 8, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 3: "Supplementary report: Waterfowl situation in the Pacific Northwest", March 25, 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 4: "Waterfowl survey - Washington and Oregon, west of the Cascades", 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 5: "Supplementary report: Waterfowl survey in western Washington and western Oregon", circa 1933 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.2: United States vs. State of Oregon (Malheur, Mud, and Harney Lakes), 1933-1934 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.3: U.S.D.A., Bureau of Biological Survey, Migratory Bird Advisory Board, 1933-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Migratory Bird Advisory Board, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Migratory Bird Advisory Board, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 3: "Summary of reports of baiting and other gunning practices", 1934-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Migratory Bird Advisory Board, June 1935 Add to Shelf
Item 5: "Statement relative to the condition of the waterfowl of the four major flyways", 1933-1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.4: Documents discussing Oregon and northern California refuges, 1932-1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.5: Letter and statement discussing the proposed name change of the Department of the Interior to the Department of Conservation and Works, June 1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.6: Documents discussing homesteading on Steens Mountain and bird refuges in Oregon and California, 1917-1934 Add to Shelf
Klamath District issues.
Box-Folder 7.7: U.S. Forest Service, "Lake Survey of the Willamette National Forest", December 1937-January 1938 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.8: General information on wildlife, 1909 and 1946 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Annual report of the Directory of the National Park Service to the Secretary of the Interior, Fiscal year ended June 30, 1946, 1946 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Fish and game laws of California, 1909 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.9: Reference index cards, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 14.2: Salmon and Bonneville Dam drawings, 1934 and 1937 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 22.9: Information and articles on wildlife, 1913-1941 Add to Shelf
Series 7: Personal Materials, 1899-circa 1920s Add to Shelf
Series 7 consists of personal materials, including academic materials and ephemera from William Finley's student days at the University of California, William and Irene Finley's 1906 wedding book, and Phoebe Finley's notebook on costume design from the 1920s.
Box-Folder 7.10: State Game Commission letterhead, circa 1911 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.11: Notebook, "Costume Design," Phoebe Finley, circa 1920s Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 7.12: Exams and scholastic reports, 1899-1901 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Entrance examination report for William Finley, August 18, 1899 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Geometry exam request, August 21, 1899 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Entrance examination report for William Finley, January 15, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Change in study-list, January 30, 1901 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Statement of matriculation deficiency, November 11, 1899 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Notice of unfavorable report, October 10, 1899 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Mid-year examination in Latin, December 1899 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Mid-year examination in botany, December 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Mid-year examination in botany, December 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Entrance examination in government of the United States, August 1899 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Entrance examination in German, August 1899 Add to Shelf
Item 12: Mid-year examination in Greek, December 1899 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Examination, 1899-1901 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Notes, 1899-1901 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.1: Class notebook, 1899-1901 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.2: Expense records, 1901-1902 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Note about expense, August 17, 1901 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Expense record, 1901-1902 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Expense record, 1901-1902 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Certification of vaccination, March 27, 1902 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Expense record, 1901-1902 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.3: Programs and dance cards, 1899-1902 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Junior Farce program, Macdonough Theatre, December 9, 1899 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Junior Farce program, Macdonough Theatre, December 8, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Junior Day 1902, Grand Opera House, November 28, 1902 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Tenth Annual Running of the Society of Skull and Keys, November 7, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Senior Social, Stiles Hall, November 23, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Valentine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: Dance card, Harmon Gymnasium, University of California, October 26, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 8: FVNVS Bovrdonis et mintonis, 1902 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Obitus Bovrdonis et mintonis, 1901 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.4: Programs and dance cards, 1901-1904 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Dance cards, Junior Promenade, University of California, Berkeley, November 28, 1902 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Freshie Glee, University of California, October 23, 1903 Add to Shelf
Item 3: University Assembly, Oakland, April 13, 1903 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Valentine?, February 13, 1904 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Junior Promenade dance cards, Berkeley, November 29, 1901 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Pilgrimage of ye senior class of ye universitie of California, 1903 Add to Shelf
2 copies.
Item 7: Dance cards, February 3, 1903 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.5: The Occident (literary magazine), 1900-1902 Add to Shelf
Item 1: The Occident, University of California, September 12, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 2: The Occident, University of California, October 3, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 3: The Occident, University of California, October 17, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 4: The Occident, Women's Issue, University of California, November 1, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 5: The Occident, University of California, November 7, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 6: The Occident, University of California, November 21, 1900 Add to Shelf
Item 7: The Occident, University of California, March 29, 1901 Add to Shelf
Item 8: The Occident, University of California, September 13, 1901 Add to Shelf
Item 9: The Occident, University of California, August 30, 1901 Add to Shelf
Item 10: The Occident, University of California, April 18, 1902 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 14.3: Composition, "California's Grecian Theatre," William L. Finley, 1899-1903 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 14.4: Wedding book, William and Irene Finley, 1906 Add to Shelf
Series 8: Motion Picture Films, circa 1926-1935 Add to Shelf
Series 8 consists of several Finley motion picture films and related materials, including film ownership notes, lecture posters, title lists, and title placards. The films are silent, black and white 35mm safety film copies of earlier nitrate films and are grouped into three sub-subseries. The first group consists of six films of the Pacific Northwest and Montana and date from 1927 to circa 1930. They document forests, the Bonneville Dam, waterfowl, salmon, Crater Lake, and wildlife in Montana. The second group consists of five Alaska films documenting the Finleys' 1926 Alaska trip, various Aleutian Islands, Kenai, and Mt. McKinley. The third group consists of short film segments. They show the Finleys on board a ship, probably from one of their Alaska trips, and in Arizona and New Mexico. The latter includes footage of cactus and desert wildlife. Duplication masters of all the films (made in 2002 and 2004) are described as part of this series.  All of the films are available for viewing online.
Sub-Series 1: Film notes, title lists and ownership information, circa 1927-1935 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.6: "Exhibitor Says No," New Outlook, May 1935 Add to Shelf
Article on showing of motion pictures in non-theater settings
Box-Folder 8.7: Film notes sent to Paramount Pictorial, 1933-1934 Add to Shelf
Item 1: List of films sent to Paramount Pictures, July 2, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Film notes for "Houses for songs: Home owners, attention!", October 10, 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 3: Film notes for "A kidnapped cub", October 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Film notes for "Hoot mon! The owl", November 1933 Add to Shelf
Item 5: Film notes for "Hoot mon! The owl", January 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 6: Film notes for "Styles in furs and feathers", January 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 7: Film notes for "Fairy of the flowers (Hummingbird) or Tiniest soul in feathers", January 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 8: Film notes for "Glaciers", March 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 9: Film notes for "Kodiak bears go fishing", March 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 10: Film notes for "The rambles of Rover: A dog's life", 1933-1934 Add to Shelf
Item 11: Film notes for "Trailing panthers", undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: Film notes for "Birds are like people", May 6, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 13: Film notes for "Getting our goat", July 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 14: Film notes for "Fang and claw", September 10, 1934 Add to Shelf
Item 15: Film notes and head title list, undated Add to Shelf
Film notes for "Wild animal outposts" and head title list for "Wild animal outposts", "Kenai and Kodiak", Unimak and Bogoslof", The Pribilof Islands", and "Mt. McKinley National Park."
Item 16: Film notes and title list for "Enemies of game", July 19, 1923 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 8.8: Film title lists, circa 1927-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "Waterfowl" and "Woods, Waters, and Wildlife."
Item 2: Film title lists, undated Add to Shelf
Reel 1: 1. "The kangaroo rat"; 2. "The red-tailed hawk"; 3. "The spooky cactus". Reel 2: 1. "Fawns for other regions", 2. "Coyote, killer of antelope". Reel 3: 1. "Peccary or wild pig"; 2. "Gila monster"; 3. "Fortified nest sites"; 4. "The fussy magpies."
Item 3: Film title lists, undated Add to Shelf
Reel 1: 1. "Crater Lake National Park"; 2. "The harvest of the Columbia". Reel 2: 1. "Live-trapping and transplanting beaver"; 2. "Wilderness areas where beaver are abundant". Reel 3: 1. "The Reclamation Service turns Lower Klamath over to land promoters"; 2. "Clear Lake Reservation in 1912"; 3. "A waterfowl refuge partly drained and leased to stockmen"; 4. "Malheur Lake Reservation in 1915"; 5. "A dry lake, no birds and a world of dust". Reel 4: 1. "P Ranch, 40 miles of water and marsh land, added to Malheur Refuge"; 2. "Winter refuges for waterfowl"; 3. "A new kind of duck dog". Reel 5: 1. "Home of the sage grouse"; 2. "Hunting for antelope."
Item 4: Sheet of American fibre paper, undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: Film title lists, undated Add to Shelf
Reel 1: 1. "Crater Lake National Park"; 2. "The harvest of the Columbia". Reel 2: 1. "Live-trapping and transplanting beaver"; 2. "Wilderness areas where beaver are abundant". Reel 3: 1. "The Reclamation Service turns Lower Klamath over to land promoters"; 2. "Clear Lake Reservation in 1912"; 3. "A waterfowl refuge partly drained and leased to stockmen"; 4. "Malheur Lake Reservation in 1915"; 5. "A dry lake, no birds and a world of dust". Reel 4: 1. "P Ranch, 40 miles of water and marsh land, added to Malheur Refuge"; 2. "Winter refuges for waterfowl"; 3. "A new kind of duck dog"; 4. "Trapping and banding ducks". Reel 5: 1. "Home of the sage grouse"; 2. "Hunting for antelope."
Item 6: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "The trail of the cougar", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack.
Item 7: Film title lists, undated Add to Shelf
Title lists for "Back into the ages" and "Pueblo and Navajo", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack.
Item 8: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "The rambles of rover: A dog's life", by William L. Finley.
Item 9: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list: 1. "Lazy, hazy days on the Texas coast"; 2. "Looks like milk, but it was gas"; 3. "The laughing gull. He pays no income tax"; 4. "The black skimmer with a bill that never balances"; 5. "Ma skimmer has her doubts about Pa"; 6. "Birds of a feather flock together"; 7. "The royal tern prefers crowded quarters instead of a shoreline estate"; 8. "An armored submarine that subs on land, and his vegetarian cousin"; 9. "A Texas armadillo with a tiled roof, a ticklish tummy, and no teeth"; 10. "Watch the Inca dove and her baby"; 11. "Next we found a Caracara or Mexican eagle"; 12. "Climbing to the home of the bald or American eagle"; 13. "The Capt'n insisted that we wing some more birds"; 14. "So we 'shot up' the heron colony"; 15. "Brown pelicans that looked like a fleet of wise-heads."
Item 10: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "The Pribilof Islands", by William L. and Irene Finley.
Item 11: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "Ramparts of the north", by Arthur N. and Eleanor Pack.
Item 12: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "Cruising north."
Item 13: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "The Pribilof Islands", by William L. and Irene Finley.
Item 14: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "Glaciers", by William L. Finley.
Item 15: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "The Pribilof Islands", by William L. and Irene Finley.
Item 16: Film title lists, undated Add to Shelf
Descriptions of scenes from American Nature Association Alaska trip, including hunting porpoises and visiting Bogoslof Island.
Item 17: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "Unimak and Bogoslof", by William L. and Irene Finley.
Item 18: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "Wild Animal Outposts", by William L. and Irene Finley.
Item 19: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "Kodiak bears go fishing", by William L. Finley.
Item 20: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "Peter, a naturalist's dog", by William L. and Irene Finley.
Item 21: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "The trail of the rainbow."
Item 22: Film head titles list, undated Add to Shelf
Head title list for "Peter, a naturalist's dog", "Cubs and kittens", "The passing of the marshlands", and "Bird friends."
Item 23: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Title list for "Kindred of the wild", by William L. and Irene Finley.
Item 24: Film head titles list, undated Add to Shelf
Head title list for "Cruising in British Columbia" and "Wild animal pets."
Item 25: Film title list, undated Add to Shelf
Film title list for unidentified film about Finley's pets, Nannette, Don Q, and Peter.
Item 26: Film title lists, undated Add to Shelf
Film title lists for "Bird friends", an unidentified film, and "Spring fever."
Item 27: Film title lists, undated Add to Shelf
Film title lists for "Renting houses for songs", "Tiniest soul in feathers - The hummingbird", "Monkey-faced owls", and "Don Q, a California quail."
Item 28: Film head title lists, 1926 Add to Shelf
Head title lists for "Wild birds of Oregon", by William L. and Irene Finley.
Box-Folder 8.9: Film ownership, circa 1927-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 1: "Digest of controversy over ownership and control of motion picture films", circa 1932 Add to Shelf
Item 2: Agreement between Arthur Pack and William Finley to share ownership of motion picture films, circa 1928 Add to Shelf
Item 3: List of Campbell Church's guests who traveled to Alaska, 1927-1935 Add to Shelf
Item 4: Film title lists and notes, 1930-1935 Add to Shelf
Title lists and notes for William Finley's lectures and films, including "Camera hunting on the continental divide", "Getting personal with mountain lions", and "Ramparts of the north."
Box-Folder 14.5: Film ownership notes, circa 1932 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 14.6: Film lecture poster for "Wild Animal Outposts", circa 1927 Add to Shelf
Sub-Series 2: Film title placards, circa 1926-1935 Add to Shelf
Box 10 contains film title placards with original photographs. Boxes 11-13 and 23-29 contain film title placards without original photographs.
Box 10 Add to Shelf
Item 2: "The great bear of Alaska", undated Add to Shelf
Item 3: "The trail of the cougar", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 4: "Tide-line to mountain top", undated Add to Shelf
Item 5: "Trailing bighorns", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 6: "Cruising north (Bird islands)", undated Add to Shelf
Item 7: "Wild animal outposts", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 8: "Getting our goat", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 9: "Thar she blows!", undated Add to Shelf
Item 10: "In the wake of the wapiti", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 11: "Spring fever", by William L. and Irene Finley, undated Add to Shelf
Item 12: "Bird friends", by William L. and Irene Finley, undated Add to Shelf
Item 13: Unidentified dog, undated Add to Shelf
Item 14: "Ramparts of the north", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 15: "Wildlife of the cactus country", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 16: "Getting personal with mountain lions", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 17: "The big game parade", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 18: Mountains, undated Add to Shelf
Item 19: "Off to Glacier Bay", undated Add to Shelf
Item 20: "Making movies of moose", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 21: "Dwellers by a dam site", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 22: "When mountains call", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 23: "Camera hunting - Part five", undated Add to Shelf
Item 24: "Fishing - Part two", undated Add to Shelf
Item 25: "The trail of the rainbow", by Arthur N. and Eleanor Pack, undated Add to Shelf
Item 26: "Riding the rim-rock", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 27: "Nature's side-show", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 28: "Queer creatures of the cactus country", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 29: "Riding the rim-rock", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 30: "Queer creatures of the cactus country", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 31: "Cruising the Klamath where the wide marshes are the homes of myriads of wild fowl. A flock of Coots or mud hens.", undated Add to Shelf
Item 32: Bear in river, undated Add to Shelf
Item 33: Unidentified man, undated Add to Shelf
Item 34: River dam, undated Add to Shelf
Item 35: Group of unidentified men in camp, undated Add to Shelf
Item 36: "Over the misty mountains, Past the wide heights of blue, Even to the crystal fountains, Where all the dreams come true", undated Add to Shelf
Item 37: "You cannot with a scalpel find the poet's soul, Nor yet the wild bird's song", undated Add to Shelf
Item 38: "No bird or animal is too wild to bag with the camera, although it often takes a great amount of ingenuity, time and patience to get a good shot. Shooting with the shutter requires far more skill than shooting with the gun. Hunting the cliffs in southeastern Oregon.", undated Add to Shelf
Item 39: Finley with camera, undated Add to Shelf
Item 40: "Little waders of the marsh. Hunting baby Phalaropes.", undated Add to Shelf
Item 41: "The golden-mantled or rock squirrel forgets his wildness, if there is a peanut in sight", undated Add to Shelf
Item 42: Group of men on horseback traveling up a hill, undated Add to Shelf
Item 43: Forest scene, undated Add to Shelf
Item 44: "Kindness will accomplish almost impossible things with wild birds. In the deep woods where the warbling vireo or greenlet lives.", undated Add to Shelf
Item 45: "The lake is five miles across. Toward the west side is a small crater called Wizard Island, which is a good example of a small extinct volcano.", undated Add to Shelf
Item 46: "This tiny bird, like a shooting star in the woods, was a difficult problem for the camera man. He used strategy by sprinkling the lilies with sweetened water.", undated Add to Shelf
Item 47: "To the south of Crater Lake, is the great marsh country where the wild geese live", undated Add to Shelf
Item 48: "When mountains call", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 49: "Getting our goat", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 50: "Wild animal pets", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 51: Mountains and ice, undated Add to Shelf
Item 52: "Wings to the south", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 53: "The land of fear", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 54: "Woods, waters and wildlife", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 55: "The forests", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 56: "The passing of the marshlands", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 57: "Waterfowl", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 58: "The public domain", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 59: Incomplete title placard with an image of a river, undated Add to Shelf
Item 60-68: "The tale of the Tusitala: A chronicle of the British Columbian Expedition of the American Nature Association", photographed by William L. and Irene Finley, undated Add to Shelf
Item 69-79: "Kindred of the Wild", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 80: "Wild animal outposts", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Item 81-83: "A day with the Stony Brook hunt" placards and note, undated Add to Shelf
Item 84-91: "Ramparts of the north", by Arthur N. and Eleanor Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 92: "The Pribilof Islands", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 93: "Kenai and Kodiak", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 94: "Unimak and Bogoslof", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 95: "Mt. McKinley National Park", by William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 96: "Animal life of the Yellowstone", by William L. and Irene Finley, undated Add to Shelf
Item 97: "Animal life of the Yosemite", by William L. and Irene Finley, undated Add to Shelf
Item 98: "Cholla and Sahuaro", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 99: "Back into the ages", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Item 100: "Pueblo and Navajo", by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine, undated Add to Shelf
Box 11-13 and 23-29 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Film Title Placards without original photographs Add to Shelf
Sub-Series 3: Films 35mm, silent, black and white, safety base, 1926-1930 Add to Shelf
Sub-Subseries 1: Films of the Pacific Northwest, Montana and Colorado, 1927-1930 Add to Shelf
6 reels.
Box-Item 15.1: Woods, Waters, and Wildlife, circa 1930 Add to Shelf
By William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of the American Nature Association. Includes footage of fishing at Celilo Falls and the Oregon Coast (including Cape Perpetua, Heceta Head Lighthouse, Sea Lion Caves, and Three Arch Rocks). Includes title panels: Crater Lake National Park; The Harvest of the Columbia; and Salmon, the main food of the Indians.
Box-Item 15.2: The Forests, 1927 Add to Shelf
By William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of the American Nature Association. Includes footage of logging, beaver building dams, the Bonneville Dam, other wildlife, and a chipmunk in a camp. Includes title panels: Live-trapping and transplanting beaver; and Wilderness areas where beaver are abundant.
Box-Item 15.3: The Passing of the Marshlands, circa 1930 Add to Shelf
By William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of the American Nature Association. Includes title panels: The Reclamation Service turns Lower Klamath over to land promoters; Clear Lake Reservation in 1912; A waterfowl refuge partly drained and leased to stockmen; Malheur Lake Reservation in 1915; and A dry lake, no birds and a world of dust.
Box-Item 15.4: Waterfowl, circa 1930 Add to Shelf
By William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of the American Nature Association. Includes footage of various birds, including their nesting sites. The film ends with footage of a pet quail and pet duck with the family dog. Includes title panels: P Ranch, 40 miles of water and marshland, added to Malheur refuge; Trapping and banding ducks; Winter refuge for waterfowl; and A new kind of duck dog.
Box-Item 15.5: Getting Our Goat, 1930 Add to Shelf
By William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine. Footage shows Finley donning a goat costume on order to approach the goats more closely for filming. Includes title panels: Ptarmigan or snow grouse; On to Boulder Pass; Top of the Continental Divide; This was a splendid goat country, but we still had to climb the peaks to get above the goats unobserved; and It takes a goat to get a goat.
Box-Item 15.6: In the Wake of the Wapiti, 1930 Add to Shelf
By William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine. Filmed near Red Eagle (Montana?); includes footage of camp, porcupine, elk, moose and mountain goats. Includes title panels: Fool hens; The trail needed patching; Leaving our horses we crept cautiously to the edge of a steep bank and peered over; The idea was to lie in wait at the stream crossing below the lick -- and it worked; and In the moose country.
Sub-Subseries 2: Alaska films, probably used in Finley's "Wild Animal Outposts" lecture, circa 1926-1930 Add to Shelf
5 reels.
Box-Item 16.1: Wild Animal Outposts, 1926 Add to Shelf
By William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine. Includes footage of salmon fishing and fish counts. Includes title panels: The story of the Bering Sea Expedition, led by Campbell Church and William L. Finley, under the auspices of the American nature Association and the Bureau of Fisheries of the United States Department of Commerce; Smaller craft for cruising rivers and lakes; Buffy joins the expedition. [water bird]; A salmon cannery at the head of the bay; Food for a nation in a salmon trap; The future of the salmon crop is guarded by the United States Bureau of Fisheries; and On up the river with the salmon run.
Box-Item 16.2: Kenai and Kodiak, circa 1930 Add to Shelf
By William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine. Includes title panels: Shooting mountain sheep from an ambush; Only Aleuts can fish here; Climbing to the aery of an American eagle; Nearby dinner for young eagles; and A joker somewhere the rest never humped and rolled like this.
Box-Item 16.3: Unimak and Bogoslof, circa 1930 Add to Shelf
By William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine. Includes title panels: Returning to camp -- are we friend or foe?; A nest at the edge of the crater; Far below, on the beach, live the sea lions; and Are you a relative of mine?
Box-Item 16.4: The Pribilof Islands, circa 1930 Add to Shelf
By William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine. Includes footage the Westward, Native Alaskan children and a whale hunt. Includes title panels: The bidarrah or ferry-boat at St. Paul; Santa Claus; The haunts of the blue fox; The lemming of the north; A Bering Sea beach, home of the fur seals; A stranger on the Pribilofs. [a bear cub]; Farewell to the Pribilofs -- we go a-whaling; and On the trail of Jonah.
Box-Item 16.5: Mt. McKinley National Park, circa 1930 Add to Shelf
By William L. and Irene Finley of Nature Magazine. Includes footage of glaciers, wildlife, the Westward and a pet fawn. Includes title panels: On the lookout for rock ptarmigan; Hunting snowshoe rabbits; and Tracking mountain sheep.
Box-Item 16.6: Incomplete film segments, circa 1930 Add to Shelf
This includes various scenes (trims and out-takes) on board a ship and in Arizona and New Mexico. The film segments were spliced together in 2004. Includes footage of cactus and desert wildlife and birds. Includes title panels: Potatoes may be all right, but crabs caught that very morning on the beach are better; Queer Creatures of the Cactus Country by William L. Finley and Arthur N. Pack of Nature Magazine; The Trail of the Rainbow by Arthur N. Pack and Eleanor Pack; On the plateau above the valley of the Chama River, New Mexico; We push on by way of lovely Mesa Verde, the home of forgotten races of mankind; and Repeated cloudbursts bring more difficulties.
Sub-Series 4: Duplication Masters Add to Shelf
The duplication masters consist of 4 BetaCam SP and 8 miniDV videotapes of the motion picture films that were made in 2002 (BetacamSP) and 2004 (miniDV).  The content of the miniDV tapes has been transferred to a preservation dark storage server.  These are being retained until the original films are re-digitized at some point in the future.
Box 30 Add to Shelf
Series 9: Photographs and Painting, circa 1900-1940s Add to Shelf
Series 9 consists of photographs and a painting. The bulk of the photographs are prints that were used in or are similar to images included in "American Birds", taken by William Finley and/or Herman Bohlman. Other photographs depict wildlife, fish ladders at Bonneville Dam, and the Finley family.
Sub-Series 1: Mounted Photographs, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 17.1: Red-Tailed Hawks, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Bohlman nearing the aerie of the red-tail in the tall cottonwood, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 2: Finley and Bohlman with cameras on a trail, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: Bohlman taking pictures at the aerie of the red-tail, 120 feet from the ground, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Nest and eggs of the red-tail, April 15th, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Another view of Bohlman taking pictures of the red-tail nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Young red-tails in the downy stage, May 3rd, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 7: Bohlman unloading camera equipment in tree, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 8: Young red-tails, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 9: Young red-tails in the nest; river in background, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 10: Young red-tails beyond downy stage, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 11: Full-grown young red-tails just before they left the aerie, May 24th, 1902 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 12: A full-grown young red-tail, with the tail end of a carp showing in the nest, 1902 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Box-Folder 17.2: Flickers, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Photographing the flickers' nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 2: Nest and eggs of flicker, with side of stump sawed out, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: Flicker at the front door of her home, 1902 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Two flickers on a stump, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Four flickers on a stump, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Flicker on a branch, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 7: "About Face!" Five flickers on a branch, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 8: "About Face!" Five flickers on a branch, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Box-Folder 17.3: Hummingbirds, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: The hummer saddled her cup on the lowest branch of a small fir, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 2: The nestlings began to fork out all over with tiny black horns, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: Young hummers, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 4: Hummer in a nest in a fir tree, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Hummers in a nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Young hummers about to leave the nest, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 7: Hummer in a nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 8: The hummer feeding her young by regurgitation, undated Add to Shelf
She jabs her log bill down the baby's throat and injects him with honey. 1 print.
Item 9: Mother hummingbird on edge of nest about to brood young, 1905 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 10: Mother hummingbird on edge of nest about to brood young, 1905 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 11: Rufous at home, 1902 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 12: Hummingbirds in next, undated Add to Shelf
Not mounted. 1 print.
Box-Folder 17.4: Bush-tits, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Bush-tit perched on a branch, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 2: Nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: Male bush-tit with green cutworm for young, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Bush-tit at door of long-hanging nest, undated Add to Shelf
3 prints.
Item 5: Young bush-tits waiting to be fed, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Young bush-tits beside long pendant nest, 1901 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 7: Parent and young bush-tits on Herman Bohlman's arm, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 8: Bush-tit feeding young on top of Finley's cap, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Box-Folder 17.5: Nests and Young Birds, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Photographing a nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 2: Nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: Several large nests (heron?) in trees, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Heron? next to nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Nest of fir branches with four eggs, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Bird on post, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 7: Unidentified bird, undated Add to Shelf
3 prints.
Item 8: Young perched on branch outside of nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 9: Two young robins? in nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 10: Nest with four eggs, 1901 Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 11: Three birds in a cherry tree, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 12: Young robins, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 13: Bluebird? feeding young, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 14: Bluebird at nest hole, undated Add to Shelf
3 prints.
Item 15: A mother bluebird poising an instant after feeding her young, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 16: Bluebird? on a tree branch, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Box-Folder 17.6: Bluebirds, Yellow-throats, Sparrows, and Kingfishers, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Nest and eggs of yellow-throat?, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 2: Baby yellow-throats in nest?, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: Nest and eggs of the song sparrow, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Kingfishers perched on a snag, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Kingfishers on the first day out of the nest fully fledged, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Six of the frowzy-headed fishers in a pose, 1901 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 7: Three unidentified babies in a nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Box-Folder 17.7: Wrens, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Mother wren at the nest hole, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 2: Young wrens just after leaving the next, undated Add to Shelf
4 prints.
Item 3: Wrens perched on a stump, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Wide awake and on the tiptoe of expectancy, 1902 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Feeding young wrens, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Box-Folder 17.8: Yellow-throats, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Young yellow-throats quarrelling, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 2: Adult yellow-throat with worm, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: The mother came with a big spider, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Yellow-throats in a tree, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 5: Male yellow-throat, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Father yellow-throat and young, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 7: Mother yellow-throat and young, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 8: The mother dropped to the perch, and gave the nearer one a big caterpillar, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 9: Father yellow-throat feeding young, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 10: Mother yellow-throat and young, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Box-Folder 17.9: Warblers, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Nest and eggs of the black-throated gray warbler, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 2: The mother often brought in green cutworms, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: Two small nestlings, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Disputing while mother is away, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Two warblers on a branch, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Mother warbler feeding young, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 7: Feeding fledglings, undated Add to Shelf
8 prints.
Box-Folder 17.10: Chickadees, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Nest in a tree, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 2: Nest and eggs of chickadee, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: Chickadee at the threshold of her home, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Mother chickadee at back door of her nest, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Chickadee at nest hole, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Chickadees on perch outside of nest hole, undated Add to Shelf
3 prints.
Item 7: Chickadees on perch outside of nest hole, 1902 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 8: Chickadees in a family jar, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 9: Chickadees on a stump with adult feeding young, 1902 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 10: Chickadees on a perch outside nest hole, undated Add to Shelf
"Here we are! We are seven." 1 print.
Box-Folder 17.11: Individually Mounted Photos, circa 1900-1910 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Bohlman and Finley in camp along the Lewis River?, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 2: Ellis Hadley (left), William Finley (center), and Herman Bohlman wading across a river on their way to a red-tailed hawks' nest, circa 1900 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: View of a mountainside farmstead, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: View of a farmstead along a river or bay, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Still life photos of pheasant hunting, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Sub-Series 2: Unmounted Photographs, circa 1900-1940s Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 17.12: Unmounted prints of birds used in American Birds, circa 1900-1905 Add to Shelf
Item 1: Young golden eagle not fully fledged, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 1. 1 print.
Item 2: The hummer saddled her cup on the lowest branch of a fir tree, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 2. 1 print.
Item 3: Mother hummingbird on edge of nest about to brood young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 3. 1 print.
Item 4: The hummer feeding young by regurgitation, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 4. 1 print.
Item 5: Rufous at home, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 5. 1 print.
Item 6: Young hummers about to leave nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 6. 1 print.
Item 7: Chickadee at the threshold of her home, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 8. 1 print.
Item 8: Mother chickadee at back door, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 10. 1 print.
Item 9: Nest and eggs of flicker, with side of stump sawed out, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 13. 1 print.
Item 10: Flicker at front door of her home, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 15. 1 print.
Item 11: Male yellow-throat, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 16. 1 print.
Item 12: The mother came with a big spider (Yellow-throat), undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 17. 1 print.
Item 13: Nest and eggs of yellow-throat, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 18. 1 print.
Item 14: The mother dropped to the perch and gave the nearer one a big caterpillar (Yellow-throat), undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 19. 2 prints.
Item 15: Mother grosbeak feeding young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 21. 1 print.
Item 16: Male grosbeak feeding young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 22. 1 print.
Item 17: Male grosbeak at nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 24. 1 print.
Item 18: Full-grown young red-tail hawk, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 25. 1 print.
Item 19: Nest and young of the red-tail, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 26. 1 print.
Item 20: Young red-tails in the downy stage, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 27. 1 print.
Item 21: Nest full of young crows, about half-grown, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 29. 1 print.
Item 22: Jack Crow's perch in the apple tree, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 30. 1 print.
Item 23: Nest and eggs of barn owl, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 32. 1 print.
Item 24: Downy young barn owls about three days old, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 33. 1 print.
Item 25: A study in sentiment (Barn Owl), undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 26: Barn owl in full flight, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 35. 1 print.
Item 27: Half-grown barn owls, about six weeks old, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 36. 1 print.
Item 28: Young barn owl in fighting attitude, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 37. 1 print.
Item 29: Wide awake and on tip-toe of expectancy (Wren), undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 38. 1 print.
Item 30: Mother wren at the nest hole, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 39. 1 print.
Item 31: A young Vigor's wren just after leaving nest in dead alder, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 40. 1 print.
Item 32: Feeding young wrens, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 41. 1 print.
Item 33: Bush-tit at door of long hanging nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 43. 1 print.
Item 34: Young bush-tits beside long pendent nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 44. 1 print.
Item 35: Male bush-tit with green cutworm for young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 45. 1 print.
Item 36: Butcher-bird, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 46. 1 print.
Item 37: Pair of young shrikes or butcher-birds, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 47. 1 print.
Item 38: He often perched in the pear tree (Butcher-bird), undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 48. 1 print.
Item 39: Nest and eggs of black-throated gray warbler, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 49. 1 print.
Item 40: Two small nestlings (Gray Warbler), undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 50. 1 print.
Item 41: Disputing while mother is away (Warblers), undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 51. 2 prints.
Item 42: The mother often brought in green cutworms (Warbler), undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 52. 1 print.
Item 43: The gray mother rewarded him with a mouthful (Warbler), undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 53. 2 prints.
Item 44: She did not forget the hungry, more timid fledglings in the nest (Warbler), undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 45: The door to the kingfisher's home, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 57. 1 print.
Item 46: They perched on the projecting snags over the water (Kingfisher), undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 58. 1 print.
Item 47: Song sparrow about to break home ties, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 59. 1 print.
Item 48: Nest and eggs of the song sparrow, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 60. 1 print.
Item 49: Song sparrow on a fence, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 61. 1 print.
Item 50: The white-crowned sparrow father with food for young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 62. 1 print.
Item 51: Female white-crowned sparrow, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 63. 1 print.
Item 52: Female white-crowned sparrow with food for young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 64. 1 print.
Item 53: A pair of white-crowned sparrows, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 65. 1 print.
Item 54: Young blue jay in nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 66. 1 print.
Item 55: The bluebird mother at the nest hole, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 67. 1 print.
Item 56: Young blue jay just leaving the nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 68. 1 print.
Item 57: The male bluebird with food for young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 69. 1 print.
Item 58: Another bluebird poising an instant after feeding her young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 70. 1 print.
Item 59: Mother oriole feeding young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 71. 1 print.
Item 60: Basket nest of the oriole, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 72. 1 print.
Item 61: Young Cassin's vireos on branch over basket nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 73. 1 print.
Item 62: Cassin's vireo beside nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 74. 1 print.
Item 63: Warbling vireo feeding young, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 75. 1 print.
Item 64: Warbling vireo at nest after feeding, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 76. 1 print.
Item 65: Phoebe and young on wire of the fence, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 77. 1 print.
Item 66: Young black phoebe in nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 78. 1 print.
Item 67: The thrush mother at nest edge, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 81. 1 print.
Item 68: The thrush on her nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 82. 1 print.
Item 69: Young thrush on a wild raspberry, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 83. 1 print.
Item 70: Young robins at home, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 84. 1 print.
Item 71: A robin in the cherry tree, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 85. 1 print.
Item 72: Nest and eggs of the gull, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 86. 1 print.
Item 73: The perfect poise of the gull, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 87. 1 print.
Item 74: Young sea gulls in the nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 88. 1 print.
Item 75: A gull at home on the rocks, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 89. 1 print.
Item 76: A pair of gulls on the wharf, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 90. 1 print.
Item 77: Gull just catching a bite that is thrown to it, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 91. 1 print.
Item 78: Gulls perched on the anchor chain awaiting dinner, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 92. 1 print.
Item 79: Young great blue heron, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 95. 1 print.
Item 80: Great blue heron in top of sycamore beside nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 96. 1 print.
Item 81: Black-crowned night heron on nest, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 97. 1 print.
Item 82: Young night heron clinging to limb, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 98. 1 print.
Item 83: Nest and eggs of the golden eagle, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 99. 1 print.
Item 84: Downy white eagles at the age of 25 days, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 100. 1 print.
Item 85: Mottled young eagles at the age of 40 days, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 101. 1 print.
Item 86: The royal twins at the age of 55 days, 1905 Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 102. 1 print.
Item 87: Pair of young golden eagles at age of 62 days, undated Add to Shelf
American Birds print no. 103. 1 print.
Box-Folder 17.13: Assorted Loose Photograph Prints, circa 1900-1940s Add to Shelf
Item 1: Irene Finley with bear cubs in Alaska, circa 1926 Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 2: Yacht Westward, used in Alaska expeditions of the American Nature Association led by A. M. Pack and William L. Finley, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 3: Irene Finley? with cougar kitten and bear cub, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 4: Kodiak bear in stream, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Kodiak bear watching cameraman, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 6: Bears, undated Add to Shelf
6 prints.
Item 7: Two Kodiak bears standing upright in a stream, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 8: Young girl (Phoebe Finley?) and bear cubs, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 9: Western grebe, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 10: Owl, 1921 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 11: Hutchins goose, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 12: Canadian geese, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 13: Goslings swimming, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 14: Rufous hummingbird's nest and eggs in wild blackberries, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 15: Young mountain goat about three months old, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 16: Mountain goats, British Columbia, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 17: Mountain goat, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 18: Big horns, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 19: Dog barking at wolf pup?, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 20: Woman holding a wolf pup, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 21: Wolf pup playing with cameraman, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 22: Wolf pup chewing on camera case, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 23: Wolf pup, undated Add to Shelf
4 prints.
Item 24: Wolf pup and man with wheelbarrow, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 25: Seals, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 26: Mouse?, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 27: Microphotographs of tissue samples?, undated Add to Shelf
3 prints.
Item 28: Phoebe and Charles, March 1940 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 29: Charles?, circa 1940 Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 30: Irene Finley and grandchild?, circa 1940 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 31: William L. Finley and grandchild?, 1940 Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 32: Arizona residence?, circa 1940 Add to Shelf
7 prints.
Item 33: Man smoking a pipe, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 34: Two men in a canoe, Alaska?, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 35: Man on mast of a ship, undated Add to Shelf
2 prints.
Item 36: Whale hunting, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 37: View of a pond, undated Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 38: Grove of oak trees?, undated Add to Shelf
Cyanotype print. 1 print.
Box-Folder 17.14: Assorted Loose Photograph Prints, circa 1938 and 1940s Add to Shelf
Item 1: Bonneville Dam fish ladders, circa 1938 Add to Shelf
"Columbia River salmon journeying upstream to spawn have the choice of three fish ladders to pass around the navigation and hydroelectric dam being constructed with PWA funds at Bonneville. Motorists passing over the bridge shown in the picture always slow down to catch a glimpse of the salmon headed upstream" (U.S. Interior Department photo). 1 print.
Item 2: Bonneville Dam fish ladders, circa 1938 Add to Shelf
"Here is one of the three fish ladders that Columbia River salmon are using to pass over the Public Works Administration’s navigation and hydroelectric dam at Bonneville. In the background are some of the 18 spillway gates through which the surplus waters of the river are released" (U.S. Interior Department photo). 1 print.
Item 3: Bonneville Dam fish ladders, circa 1938 Add to Shelf
“The king takes to the air. Once in awhile a Royal Chinook forgets that Uncle Sam has made life easy for him at Bonneville Dam. This fellow obligingly posed for a photograph. Scores of photographers have been disappointed in their efforts to duplicate it. Bonneville Dam on the Columbia River is being constructed by the War Department with an allotment of $32,440,700 from the Public Works Administration” (U.S. Interior Department photo). 1 print.
Item 4: Color print of owl (Kodachrome process), circa 1940s Add to Shelf
1 print.
Item 5: Pronghorn antelope (Kodachrome process), circa 1940s Add to Shelf
1 print.
Sub-Series 3: Printing plates of Finley photos, undated Add to Shelf
56 plates.
Box 18 Add to Shelf
Sub-Series 4: Painting, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Folder 14.7: Watercolor of two quail, by Brooks, undated Add to Shelf
Series 10: Oversize Materials, 1909-circa 1950 Add to Shelf
Series 10 contains oversize materials, including maps and newspaper clippings. All of the items are stored in a map folder.
Box-Item 19.1: Advertisement for "The Toy", circa 1950 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.2: Film Placard re: The American Nature Association, undated Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.3: "Federal prisoners at McNeil's Island raise game birds and call ducks", March 14, 1909 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.4: "Birds that have passed away with the dodo", March 28, 1909 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.5: "The feathered treasures of a labor of love", April 25, 1909 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.6: "Work of Tennessee's Department of Game, Fish and Forestry", The Democrat, June 2, 1912 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.7: "Tiller, half-way house to Crater Lake, is on map", November 17, 1912 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.8: "Splash! Could you land one of these Rogue River steelheads?", November 2, 1913 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.9: "Oregon author wins renown creating Homeric heroes of Oregon pioneers", Sunday Oregonian, January 18, 1914 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.10: "In the gull bread line on our water front", February 15, 1914 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.11: "Congress refuses to prevent importation of bird plumage", Sunday Oregonian, August 3, 1913 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.12: "‘Angling’ for chipmunks furnishes good fun", Oregon Sunday Journal, October 9, 1938 Add to Shelf
4 copies.
Box-Item 19.13: "The canny woodchuck", Oregon Sunday Journal, July 21, 1940 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.14: “Sweet minstrel of the night” and “Otter was a bit too much for collie”, Oregon Sunday Journal, June 23, 1940 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.15: Newspaper feature on Finley's films (Kansas City), January 29, 1939 Add to Shelf
Box-Item 19.16: Map of the Eastern Oregon Livestock Company holdings, undated Add to Shelf
May show land sold to the U.S. government in 1935 for the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge expansion.
Box-Item 19.17: Map of Columbia River and Sauvie Island, 1934 Add to Shelf
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