The Oregon Wildlife Federation was established by representatives of Oregon sportsmens' clubs in 1936 and became affiliated with the National Wildlife Federation in 1938.
The scrapbooks include meeting minutes and reports; correspondence; resolutions; committee records; clippings; and reports and newsletters of affiliated local clubs including the Multnomah Anglers and Hunters Club, the Santiam Fish and Game Association, and the Powder River Sportsmen's Club. The photographs include images of special events such as award presentations and fishing and hunting trips.
Preferred Citation :
Oregon Wildlife Federation Scrapbooks, Oregon State University Archives, Corvallis, Oregon.
Processing Note :
Because of water damage prior to transfer to the Archives, the scrapbooks have been disassembled and, where possible, materials removed from the scrapbooks. Selected pages of the scrapbooks, including the covers and water color drawings that served as section dividers have been retained. This collection is segregated from other Archives' collections and its condition will be monitored periodically.Related Materials :
Other Oregon Wildlife Federation materials are available in the Roland Eugene Dimick Papers. The OSU Archives include several other collections pertaining to wildlife conservation, including the Fisheries and Wildlife Department Records (RG 190) and Photographs (P 179) and the Carl E. Bond, William L. Finley, and E. E. Wilson Papers.