1. Bill introduced regarding commercial fishing near the Bonneville Dam and on Columbia River tributaries east of the Deschutes River; 2. Article in an issue of the Business Survey of the Portland Area discussing the effect of fishways on salmon at Bonneville Dam; 3. Report discussing proposed fishways plans for Bonneville Dam; 4. Correspondence discussing report of the Bonneville Dam Fishways Committee; 5. Manuscript discussing the effects of high dams on Columbia River salmon with a focus on the Bonneville Dam; 6. Information and drawing of proposed Bonneville Dam; 7. Booklet discussing salmon and recipes using Thompson's Swiftwater canned salmon; 8. Publication discussing salmon and promoting the benefits of canned salmon
1. Address given by W. C. Henderson, Associate Chief of the Bureau of Biological Survey, regarding the condition of waterfowl populations; 2. Directory listing individuals and groups responsible for wildlife conservation; 3. Correspondence discussing length of bird hunting seasons in Alaska and Migratory Bird Treaty Act
Document focuses include changes to Migratory Bird Treaty Act, waterfowl conditions, and extent of hunting seasons. Additional focuses include homesteading issues on wildlife refuges and hunting practices, including baiting.
1. Letter discussing proposed appointment of Sinclair A. Wilson's brother, Charles Wilson, to the Advisory Research Council's recreation and wildlife committees; 2. Correspondence discussing Curry County Planning Commission's proposed bill and creation of committee to study Curry County land use; 3. Correspondence discussing proposed forest and rural zoning law bills; 4. Letter discussing Special Advisory Committee for Curry County Land Use Study; 5. Letter discussing proposed appointment of Charles Wilson to the Advisory Research Council's recreation and wildlife committees; 6. Correspondence discussing maps of bird refuges; 7. Letter and program discussing Commonwealth Conference at the University of Oregon; 8. Correspondence discussing proposed appointment of Charles Wilson to the Advisory Research Council's recreation and wildlife committees; 9. Correspondence and petition to prohibit Rogue River pollution from placer mining; 10. Brief letter acknowledging correspondence sent by William Finley; 11. Letter discussing petition to prohibit Rogue River pollution from placer mining; 12. Correspondence calling for Advisory Committee on Rural Land Zoning meeting; 13. Letter discussing Urban Land Utilization Committee and report, "A master plan for Portland"; 14. Letter discussing formation and responsibilities of committee on securing recreational areas; 15. "Preliminary table of contents for drainage basin reports for each major drainage basin"; 16. Correspondence discussing zoning laws regarding rural land uses; 17. Letter discussing responsibilities of Sinclair A. Wilson following Rural Zoning Committee meeting; 18. Letter discussing copy of "The annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science" received by the Rural Land Zoning Committee; 19. Letter discussing project to study land owned by Douglas County for possible recreational use; 20. Letter and lists discussing work being completed by the Oregon State Planning Board; 21. Correspondence and excerpts from conference proceedings discussing zoning laws in different states; 22. Letter discussing Douglas County Planning Commission meetings and plans, including a proposed public campground; 23. Letter discussing Oregon State Planning Board meeting; 24. Letter discussing National Resources Committee study of drainage basins; 25. Correspondence and copies of bills passed by Washington legislature discussing forestry, duties of commissions, and acquisition of land; 26. Agenda for meeting of Advisory Committee on Water Resources with S. B. Morris, Regional Water Consultant; 27. List of Oregon's major drainage basins; 28. Correspondence and minutes for Rural Land Zoning Committee; 29. Letter discussing "Stream improvement in national forests" report; 30. Report focusing on the status of Oregon forests, including natural and man-made dangers and recommendations for future conservation; 31. Letter requesting information about Advisory Committee on Wild Life; 32. Correspondence discussing letters of appointment to the Advisory Committee on Wild Life
1. Letter describing proposed creation of a State Planning Board and State Department of Conservation and Development as well as funding for wildlife research; 2. Letter to Chancellor W. J. Kerr recommending that Oregon State College be responsible for overseeing game management funding; 3. Letter from Philip Parons recommending the formation of a committee to make suggestions to the Oregon Fish and Game Commissions; 4. Letter discussing joint meeting of the Washington State Planning Council and Oregon State Planning Board; 5. Letter discussing issues with midges and a study of pelicans at the Upper Klamath Lake; 6. Program for joint meeting of the Washington State Planning Council and Oregon State Planning Board; 7. Letter requesting recommendations for legislation relating to natural resources in Oregon; 8. Correspondence discussing conference in Gold Beach to discuss Rogue River pollution; 9. Letter discussing meeting of State Planning Board and Advisory Research Committees; 10. Letter and memorandum discussing questions posed by V. B. Stanbery regarding Oregon wildlife conservation and responses of George Aiken, an Oregon State Game Commission member; 11. Correspondence discussing Curry County Planning Commission's proposed bill to create a board responsible for forest and range improvements; 12. Letter discussing the transfer of Land Planning Specialists to the Resettlement Administration; 13. Letter discussing current and proposed ground water surveys in eastern Oregon and Willamette Valley; 14. Correspondence discussing proposed establishment of refuges at Wapato Lake and upper Long Tom River; 15. Letter discussing a draft of William Finley's talk at joint meeting of the State Planning Board and Advisory Research Council; 16. Letter discussing proposed establishment of Hart Mountain Game Reserve; 17. Correspondence discussing proposed acquisition of Wapato Lake to establish a wildlife refuge; 18. Letter discussing appointment of members to Stream Pollution Committee; 19. Letter discussing Wildlife Committee members and contribution to report on natural resources in Oregon; 20. Reports focusing on stream improvements in the Siskiyou, Mount Hood, and Fremont National Forests; 21. "Oregon State Planning Board Research Program for 1936"