Manuscript in which the author describes the need for duck conservation in Oregon due to hunting. Duck hunters want the season to be longer, which is reflected in a new game bill that was introduced in the Senate (Senate Bill 99) and the House of Representatives (House Bill 108). The document asks the Oregonian to "raise its voice" in response to the duck hunters.
Photograph of a clown posing with a duck hitched to a tiny sulky with a doll seated inside. The clown is unidentified but may be a performer with the Al G. Barnes Circus. The number 11 is written on the negative and is visible in the upper right corner of the image.
Program and articles discussing William Finley's lecture, "Camera hunting on the continental divide", and Irene Finley's lecture, "Birds of the Arizona desert." Newspaper clippings discussing debate over the length of duck hunting season are included.
Correspondence discussing upcoming lectures, including Finley's lecture, "Getting personal with mountain lions." A newspaper clipping discussing debate over the length of duck hunting season is included.
This manuscript has two parts. The first is a continuation of the tale of friendship between a dog and duck. The second part of the manuscript is handwritten and gives a background on the author and her work.