Special Collections and Archives of the University of Idaho Library.
Reference files of Douglas H. Fletcher. It includes
correspondence; articles related to fish physiology, fish cultures, fish habitat,
and fish stocking; correspondence with professional colleagues; and reports from
various studies and research projects.
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The records of Fletcher Fisheries span the years 1938 to 2003, with the bulk of the
material covering the years 1958 to 1994.
Douglas Fletcher was born in McCook, Nebraska in 1939. He graduated from Colorado
State University with a BS in Biological Science in 1964 and a BS in Fisheries
Science in 1966. He was a life member of the American Fisheries Society, and a
Certified Fisheries Scientist since 1982.
The Fletcher Fisheries Collection was Douglas H. Fletcher’s private reference files
when he worked for the US Bureau of Commercial Fisheries (1962-63), the Alaska
Department of Fish and Game (1965), The US Bureau of Sport fisheries and Wildlife
(1966-67), the Florida Game and Fresh Water Commission (1967-71), and the Washington
Department of Fish and Wildlife (1971-98). These papers, articles, notes,
publications and personal research span the years from 1938 to 1998.
Use of the Collection
Restrictions on Access :
The collection is open to the public. Researchers must use the collection in
accordance with the policies of the University of Idaho Special Collections and
Preferred Citation :
Fletcher Fisheries Collection, MG 414, Special Collections and Archives, University
of Idaho Library, Moscow, Idaho.
Acquisition Information :
The reference files of Douglas H. Fletcher were donated to the University of Idaho
Library by Mr. Fletcher in February 2006.
Processing Note :
Processed by Angelique Holt in June 2006. The papers were left in their received
order, and original folder headings were retained.
Detailed Description of the Collection
I: Miscellaneous Fish
“Carp and Goldfish”, 1968-86
“Eels (Catadromous)”, ca.1969
“Striped Bass”, 1950-89
“Synopsis of Biological Data on the
Striped Bass”, 1978-81