Series MSS Finley - 1 - Series 1: Manuscripts, circa 1910-1942

Wild ducks conservation Observation of birds at a pond near Sunnyside The witches' garden The chickadee A family of grosbeaks The weaver of the west The weaver of the west The eagle of Mission Ridge Two studies in blue Plume hunting La Prath Lakes and rivers exploration Notes on grebe skin traffic After heron The American egret Herons Phoebe Wild life restoration Study of sea birds The trail of the plume hunters Grebe hunting Rearing a wren family Black-headed grosbeak Yellow throat Gull habits The witches' garden Pelican rookery The hummingbird at home
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MSS Finley - 1

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Series 1: Manuscripts, circa 1910-1942

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  • 1910 - 1942 (Creation)

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340 items

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(1876-1953)

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(1880-1959)

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This series consists of typewritten and handwritten manuscripts of newspaper and magazine articles, books, lecture notes, circa 1910-1942. 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.

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