Bears

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Information and articles on wildlife

  1. "Why protect hawks and owls"; 2. "The great Alaskan brown bear"; 3. "Brownsville Gun & Rod Club is incorporated"; 4. "Not a creditable proceeding"; 5. "The plumage and the tariff"; 6. "Predators and the northern bob-white"; 7. "Hart Mountain Antelope Refuge"; 8. "National Parks Bulletin"; 9. "Wildlife tips and briefs"; 10. Bird images.

Jewett, Stanley G. (Stanley Gordon), 1885-

Trip to British Columbia and southern Alaska, 1926 and 1931

Field notes of William Alakangas, the chief engineer of the "Westward", documenting a trip along the coast of British Columbia, May 2-19, 1926. Included is an article draft by Alakangas, "It's a scream, but no fair laughing $5,000,000.00 reward for a suitable title." The article discusses a trip along the coast of British Columbia and southern Alaska with a group, including Arthur Pack and William Finley, July-August 1931. Activities described include hunting porpoises, fishing for salmon, and collecting bird specimens.

Alakangas, William

Trip to Alaska, 1926-1928

Field notes and drafts of Irene Finley's articles discussing animals encountered on the Finleys' trip to Alaska. Included are newspaper articles discussing the fur trade, native Alaskan culture, and increases in seal population.

Finley, Irene

Trip to Alaska, 1926

Field notes discussing animals encountered on the Aleutian Islands, Kenai peninsula, and McKinley Park. Included is a draft of Irene Finley's article, "Seals."

Finley, Irene

Trip to Alaska, 1926

Field notes from the Finleys' trip to the Pribilof Islands in Alaska. Included are drafts of Irene Finley's articles, "Off to Aleut land", "Lucy", and "Cuffy and Tuffy."

Finley, Irene

American Nature Association Alaska trip

Manuscript that describes Mr. and Mrs. Finley's journey to some of the Alaskan islands, including the adoption of two cubs, Cuffy and Tuffy, and capturing whaling on film.

Finley, William L. (William Lovell), 1876-1953