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Needless destruction of game resources

Manuscript that explores the senseless killing of wild animals. Despite being a protected animal, a black bear mother and cub had been shot down. The author contends that black bears are the most human of wild animals in the Oregon woods. The author also describes characteristics of the bear and what it eats. The document goes on to say that there are people who simply enjoy being out in nature and can truly appreciate a wildlife sighting. However, due to hunters, those people are robbed of these experiences.

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

Becky the bear cub

Manuscript that recounts an adventure that Becky, a bear cub, took with the Finleys and Campbell Church down the McKenzie River.

Finley, Irene

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-


Negative of a photographic postcard showing a mother bear and 2 cubs leaning on an automobile. The mother bear and 1 of the cubs look inside the passenger side window of the automobile. Handwriting on negative reads, "Inspection. Christian 11-571."

Christian (Photographer)

Al Knowles feeding bear cubs at Portland Zoo

Portland Zoo (later the Oregon Zoo) trainer Al Knowles, feeding bear cubs using a bottle. The cubs are on newspaper on a desk, as Knowles feed ones. He holds a cigarette in his mouth. Photographs from this series were published in the Oregon Journal on Wednesday, March 17, 1954 (negative 6 of 6).

Monner, Al (Alfred Anthony), 1909-1998

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