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
Manuscript that discusses the dwindling numbers of the Bighorn sheep. Contributing factors to the decrease of Bighorns include hunting and contact with domestic sheep. The domestic sheep contributed the most in the decline due to a disease they carried and spread to the Bighorns. The author advocates for a refuge for the remaining Bighorns in order to remove any contact from domestic sheep in both the summer and winter seasons.