Series MSS Finley - 2 - Series 2: Publications, 1905-1945

Land-locked salmon of Wallowa Lake Fur seals of the Pribilofs: Near neighbors to Japan Hunting the greatest living carnivore: In a land over-shadowed by war Cherry, a cedar waxwing The bat, a winged mammal The Oregon chickadee The news boys' birds Red-wings The lutescent warbler Elephants I have met Winnie, the badger Dipodomys, the beautiful rat Chasing whales along the Aleutian chain Should Oregon have a bison range? A new zoo for Portland National parks save mammals Bitten by a bubonic rat National park Blue heron, fisherman of the river Procyon lotor, the washer Kodachromes best pictures of birds Old Smokey and her cubs King of feathered fishermen Pelican, dive bomber among birds Tufted puffin, a feathered clown Alaska, the best salmon region Terns, world fliers Ring-necked pheasant, canny bird of the season
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MSS Finley - 2

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Series 2: Publications, 1905-1945

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  • 1905 - 1945 (Creation)

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(1880-1959)

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This series 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 Oregonianbetween 1935 and 1945 The articles describe bird, fish and mammal 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.

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