Alaska fish hatchery records and related material, 1903-1982.


Alaska fish hatchery records and related material, 1903-1982.

Includes logbooks of three hatcheries (Yes Bay, Hetta, Quadra) ; copies of correspondence and reports from the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries, National Archives; W.M. Morton and R.P. Silliman unpublished biographies of biologists and hatchery personnel; Cordova fish catch/pack reports; and letters from William L. Paul, Sr. and Harry D. Baer.

1.9 linear ft. (3 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 7486685

Alaska State Library

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