Fisheries and Wildlife
Found in 47 Collections and/or Records:
Contains photographic slides and photocopies of James W. Bee's journals documenting his work, travel, and research as a naturalist and a zoologist in Utah, Kansas, Washington, and other places around the world. These include observations of nature, including of plants and animals. The journals also include some photographs and drawings to illustrate James W. Bee's writing. Some slides depict Bee's personal and family life. Dated approximately 1927 to 1995.
5 ALS's to his mother which include descriptions of ship life, whales and whaling, Honolulu, Hawaii, the Sandwich Islands and the inadvisability of life as a whaler. Also includes a certificate (photocopy) concerning Hall's birthplace.
The glass lantern slides were taken by Bertrand F. Harrison in the 1930s and 1940s, and contain pictures of plants and other biological specimens related to Utah. The negatives collection includes twenty-five small, round metal containers of 35mm film, and one cassette tape. Labels on film canisters include references to Zion's Park, St. George, natural bridges, Chicago, Aspen Grove, Midway, Yellowstone Park, the Uintah Mountains, and various other Utah locations.
Collection includes a typed transcription of field notes and observances from around Utah. Also includes specific counts of plants and animals, along with the animals' activities. Dated 1936-1970.
Contains thirty-five glass plate negatives of photographs taken by Billy Hofer while he was a guide in Yellowstone Park. Photographs include landscapes within the park as well as groups Hofer guided. There are also photographs of Hofer's cabin in Cinnabar, Montana. Dated 1887.