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Ted Trueblood Papers, 1854-1987

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Trueblood, Ted, 1913-1982
Title
Ted Trueblood Papers
Dates
1854-1987 (inclusive)
Quantity
45.0 linear feet, (56 boxes, plus 12 notebooks and oversize material)
24 linear feet (56 boxes, plus 12 notebooks and oversize material)
Collection Number
MSS 089
Summary
Correspondence, diaries (1929-1982), mss of articles, subject files, clippings, memorabilia, photos, negatives, slides and other papers, relating chiefly to fishing, hunting, and conservation, particularly in Idaho and the West. Other organizations and topics represented include Field and Stream magazine, Scientific Anglers, Save Our Public Lands, Sagebrush rebellion, and wilderness preservation. Trueblood was a native of Idaho and life-long outdoorsman and conservationist.
Repository
Boise State University Library, Special Collections and Archives
Special Collections and Archives
1910 University Drive
Boise ID
83725
Telephone: 208-426-3958
archives@boisestate.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is available for research.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided, in part, by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Cecil Whitaker (Ted) Trueblood was born in Boise, Idaho, June 26, 1913, and raised on a family farm established by his parents, Cecil and Elsie (Berry) Trueblood, near Homedale. He graduated from Wilder High School in 1931, and in that same year sold his first article, "A Certain Idaho Trout," to National Sportsman magazine. Trueblood did not achieve instant name recognition, however. Edmund Ware Smith, the editor of National Sportsman, published Trueblood's article under the by-line J.W. Wintring, insisting that Ted Trueblood was a pseudonym "and not a very good one." In 1935, Trueblood sold an article to Fur, Fish, Game. This article, and most succeeding ones, was published under his own name.

After high school Trueblood attended the College of Idaho for approximately two-and-a-half years. He also worked at various odd jobs, including panning for gold one summer at Jordan Creek. In 1935 Trueblood went to Moscow, Idaho, to attend the University of Idaho. He subsequently returned to Boise and on January 1, 1936, began working as a newspaper reporter on the Boise Capital News. While working on the Capital News, Trueblood met his future wife, Ellen Michaelson, who was also a reporter for the newspaper. He also began his lifelong affiliation with the conservation movement that year by helping to organize the Idaho Wildlife Federation.

In 1937 Ted Trueblood went to Salt Lake City to work for the Deseret News. He also began selling short articles on camping and fishing to Field & Stream. He soon returned to Idaho, however, and on July 6, 1939, he and Ellen Michaelson were married. The couple eventually had two sons. Dan was born in 1947 and Jack in 1949.

After his marriage, Trueblood tried to earn his living by writing freelance articles. Although he sold some articles to outdoor magazines, his new career was not very lucrative. So in 1940 he began working for the Idaho Fish and Game Department as a game warden, field researcher, and public relations officer. Trueblood's connection with Fish and Game dated back to the 1938 election when he campaigned for the initiative to create a nonpartisan Fish and Game Commission. But writing was still his chosen vocation, so when the editor of Field & Stream offered Trueblood the full-time position of Fishing Editor in 1941, he accepted. The Truebloods headed East to New York City.

Trueblood worked in the New York office of Field & Stream until he was fired in a company shakeup later that year. The Truebloods then moved to Raleigh, North Carolina, and Ted worked as a photographer for the News and Observer newspaper. They moved back to Idaho in the spring of 1942, but two years later returned to New York so that Trueblood could again take up the position of Fishing Editor of Field & Stream.

In his 1978 book The Ted Trueblood Hunting Treasury, the author tells the story of his neighbor in Pleasantville, New York, who spent most of his life in the pursuit of wealth. The man was enthusiastically making plans for his retirement years when he dropped dead in his driveway while shoveling snow. According to Trueblood, this incident caused him to reassess his own life; in 1947 he left New York forever and returned to Idaho "determined to fish, hunt, and write about it." His employers at Field & Stream told him he would make more money if he stayed in New York, but he didn't care. He continued writing for the magazine under the title Associate Editor for the remainder of his life.

Trueblood was often praised for his simple, direct style of writing. His articles covered a wide variety of hunting, fishing, and camping topics, ranging from "Mid-Lake Bass Fishing" to "Taking the Mystery out of Sourdough." He was the author of six books (several of which were anthologies of his best magazine articles) and a contributor to several more.

In addition, Trueblood used his writing talents in support of various conservation projects. One such project was Save Our Public Lands, a group Trueblood organized in 1980 to oppose the Sagebrush Rebellion. He was able to focus public attention on his campaign through an article for Field & Stream (March 1980) entitled "They're Fixin' to Steal Your Land."

Trueblood was also president of the River of No Return Wilderness Council and a member of Ducks Unlimited, The Sierra Club, The Wilderness Society, The Nature Conservancy, the Idaho Wildlife Federation, and other groups. He was the recipient of many awards for his work with conservation and outdoor groups. Trueblood received an Award of Merit from the American Association for Conservation Information in 1963. The Idaho Wildlife Federation named him 1973-74 Conservationist of the Year, and in 1975 the U.S. Department of the Interior presented him with its Conservation Service Award. Other awards include the 1975 Winchester-Western Outdoorsman of the Year Award and the 1975 Outdoorsman of the Year Award from the Outdoor Writers of America.

Despite the author's renown in outdoor and environmental circles his name (too good to be true) occasionally was a source of fun. The best example of this was a Field & Stream article in 1962 entitled "Is There Really a Ted Trueblood?" Newspapers around the country picked up on the story. Trueblood, playing along with the joke, wrote a letter to the editor assuring Field & Stream readers that he did, indeed, exist. A file on the "controversy" is found in the collection's Series 2 , Subject Files.

In later years Trueblood was afflicted with an incurable form of bone cancer. At age 69, on September 12, 1982, he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The papers consist of writings, correspondence, publications, daily diaries, field notebooks, subject files, images, and memorabilia. They document Trueblood's career as a writer as well as his interests in fishing, hunting, and the conservation of natural resources. He was particularly involved in preserving the wilderness of Idaho and the West.

Trueblood's papers and photography encompass the period 1928 to his death in 1982, with the bulk of them dating in the 1970s. A prolific author, he wrote hundreds of articles for Field & Stream and other magazines. The articles preserved here are in typescript and published form.

Also included here is correspondence with conservationists, environmentalists, nature writers, fishing buddies, and manufacturers of guns and fishing tackle. Prominent correspondents include Peter Barrett, Dwain Bland, Frank Church, Hugh Grey, Ray P. Holland, Leon L. Martuch, J. L. Melancon, Jack Tallman, Bill Voight, Jr., Edgar B. Ward, and George B. Warner.

Particularly in the 1970s, Trueblood assembled subject files of clippings and other papers on topics that interested him. These too have been preserved, along with detailed field notes from his hunting and fishing trips going back to 1930. And there are thousands of photographs in negative, print, and slide form documenting his outdoor life.

Various posthumous materials are included in the collection including eulogies and posthumous articles and publication correspondence.

The papers of Elsie Berry Trueblood, Ted Trueblood's mother, are also part of the collection. They contain some of Ted's childhood papers.

Forms part of the Idaho Writers Archive.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Copyright to select material remains with the Trueblood family.

Preferred Citation

[item description], Ted Trueblood Papers, Box [number] Folder [number], Boise State University Special Collections and Archives.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

1:  CorrespondenceReturn to Top

Ted Trueblood's correspondence files contain letters received by him and carbons of letters that he sent from the 1930s to the 1980s. Most of the correspondence relates to his writing career, his public life, and his interests in the outdoors.

Nowhere in this series is Trueblood's wilderness philosophy more evident than in the communications with Frank Church, four-term U.S. Senator from Idaho. The letters, clippings, and press releases (1956-1982) retained by Trueblood illustrate the relationship he had with the Senator as constituent, lobbyist, colleague interested in wilderness preservation, and as a friend.

Correspondence with other political figures also appears. Idaho's Governor Cecil Andrus wrote a personal note to Trueblood thanking him for his support in 1974. Senator Herman Welker of Idaho complimented Trueblood on an article that was written in the early 1950s. Letters from Stewart Udall, Archibald Roosevelt, and U.S. Senator James McClure are found in this series. So too are early letters from outdoors editors such as Raymond J. Brown ( Outdoor Life) and Ray P. Holland ( Field & Stream).

Sheridan Anderson, the author of The Curtis Creek Manifesto, corresponded with the Trueblood family from 1976-1983. Anderson's illustrations appear in publications for the Save Our Public Lands organization. Personal notes to Trueblood from Anderson feature samples of his unique sketches.

Much of the correspondence in this series pertains directly to hunting and fishing. The general files in Box 3 are filled with letters encouraging Ted to try a unique fly for trout or to explore a specific area for better hunting. Other professional outdoor writers, such as Bud Lilly, Bradford Angier, Peter Barrett, and Dwain Bland shared experiences with Trueblood. Several of the letters are from fans introducing Ted to new duck calls or a new way to tie on a fishing leader.

The far-reaching influence of Trueblood's writing is evidenced in the many letters he received from "ordinary" people. For example, in April 1969, the author responded to J. L. Melancon's request for a critique of his writing ability with a carefully crafted letter of criticism and suggestion. In December 1971, William Hellert wrote Ted a very moving "fan" letter, which dealt with conservation issues at a personal level.

A letter indicative of Ted's willingness to help others is dated December 1939--from Mrs. James Fuller in Sweet, Idaho. Her father was being cheated on a land sale and she requested Trueblood's assistance and advice, which he readily gave in a responding letter.

A large part of the material in this series deals directly with Trueblood's career as an outdoor writer. He wrote for Field & Stream for over 40 years and much of the correspondence relating to that relationship is represented here: the establishment of his columns, story rejections, his hiring, his resignations, and his writing assignments. In a 1947 memo that is a masterpiece of persuasion, Trueblood convinced the managing editor of the magazine to allow him to work from Idaho (see Box 1, folder 15). In the Field & Stream files spanning 1938 to 1982, there are two letters, dated April 17, 1940, and May 20, 1959, full of autobiographical facts about Trueblood.

These files also give insight into the working structure of Field & Stream. The magazine's reaction to anti-hunting propaganda such as Cleveland Amory's writings and CBS's "Guns of Autumn" program (September 1975) are found in the Field & Stream editorial staff file. The influence of the magazine on conservation issues can be found here as well.

Correspondence for the publication of Trueblood's Hunting Treasury is part of this series, including correspondence with the family following his death, about a reprint. Letters with the family about a proposed Fishing Treasury can be found in Series IX, Box 51.

Additionally, correspondence in this series documents Trueblood's work on environmental concerns. He was president of Save Our Public Lands; pro and con reactions to Ted's writing about this subject can be found in Box 2, files 15 and 16.

In 1995, additional correspondence was added to the series. Letters from Trueblood to close friends Pete Barrett and Harold Bayliss were given to his son, Jack, for inclusion in this collection. These documents, found in Box 4, include interesting and poignant accounts of the author's personal life and career as well as his increasing health problems. (The first mention of a serious medical problem is found in a letter to Barrett dated October 24, 1977.) There are two touching letters of condolence written to Ellen Trueblood included in the Harold Bayliss file--from Bayliss' son, Ernest.

A selective index of correspondents whose names do not appear on the folder list below may be found on a computerized database in the Special Collections Department.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
11
Addresses
12
Anderson, Sheridan
1976-1982
13
Andrus, Cecil
1974-1977
14
Barrett, Pete (see also Box 4)
1944-1982
15
Bland, Dwain (turkey hunting)
1971-1975
16
Boats and motors
1980-1987
17
Camera information
1959-1977
18
Church, Frank
19
Church, Frank
1959-1974
110
Church, Frank
1976-1982
111
Church, Frank (River of No Return)
1976-1978
112
David McKay Co. Hunting Treasury
1976-1984
113
Elks Magazine
1963
114
Evinrude Motors
1963-1976
115
Field & Stream
1938-1949
116
Field & Stream
1953-1975
117
Field & Stream
1976-1982
118
Field & Stream readers
1959-1982
21
Fishing letters
1951-1966
22
Green, Fred
1948 1957
23
Henry Holt, & Co.
1954 1962
24
Holland, Ray P.
1941-1949
25
Hormay, August "Gus"
1935 1967 1973 1978
26
Hunting Treasury contracts
1981-1984
27
Invitations
1961-1967
28
Kidd, Vern
1971-1972
29
McClure, James A.
1977-1983
210
Melancon, J. L.
1957-1958 1968-1969
211
Poachers' Club
1982
212
Remington Arms Company
1956-1971
213
Rodgers, Tom (Wild Turkey Federation) and Dwain Bland
1976
214
Roosevelt, Archibald
1965
215
Save Our Public Lands: Idaho
1980-1981
216
Save Our Public Lands: other states
1980-1981
217
Smith, Edmund Ware
1932 1963
218
Tallman, Jack
1947-1984
219
Turpin, Tom
1953-1954
220
Udall, Stewart
1965
221
Voight, Bill
1980-1981
222
Ward, Edgar B.
1962-1982
223
Welker, Herman
1952
31
General
1929-1947
32
General
1948-1967
33
General
1968-1977
34
General
1978-1982
35
General (from briefcase)
1960 1981-1982
41
Ted Trueblood to Pete Barrett
1967-1969
42
Ted Trueblood to Pete Barrett
1976-1977
43
Ted Trueblood to Pete Barrett
1978
44
Ted Trueblood to Pete Barrett
1979
45
Ted Trueblood to Pete Barrett
1980-1981
46
Ted Trueblood to Pete Barrett
1981
47
Ted Trueblood to Pete Barrett
1982
48
Ted Trueblood to Harold Bayliss
1947-1963

2:  Subject filesReturn to Top

This series reflects Ted Trueblood's interests and activities during his writing career. His appreciation of wild and scenic places and his passion for the outdoor life is evident throughout these files. Additionally, the author's writings reflect a growing public awareness regarding the uses of our recreational lands.

Earliest items (1940s and 1950s) in this alphabetically arranged series are primarily fishing and hunting subjects--the how-to and where-to. Trueblood tested fishing and hunting products for specialty companies and also reviewed these products in his columns. His analyses are retained in the files. Of special interest to fly fishers is the folder "Artificial Flies." Represented in the file are some of the best flytyers in America, who shared their techniques and patterns with Ted.

In the 1960s Trueblood began maintaining files that didn't pertain solely to the fundamentals of fishing and hunting. He assembled information reflecting his increasing awareness of the alterations occurring in his working environment--the outdoors. For example, while his earlier files on steelhead and sturgeon in the Snake River give evidence of the abundant fisheries Idaho once had, the material from the 1960s documents the significant reduction in the numbers of animals and fish in Idaho at this time.

The files on pesticides and oxygen monitoring illustrate his growing recognition of the changes occurring in the environment. The studies found in the Fish and Wildlife Service folder include a 1974 study on fish losses brought about by the building of American Falls Dam in eastern Idaho.

The files from the 1970s are a testimony to Trueblood's ultimate conversion from an outdoorsman to a conservationist. He followed closely the progress of the Owyhee Project, a study of the public lands in southwestern Idaho and the effects of grazing on the habitat of the area. His collected materials about the project express positions of both the cattleman and the sportsman.

In fact, his files indicate that by the early 1970s his perspective toward the outdoors had been influenced by such studies. The materials he retained during this era focus on the uses, misuses, and abuses of public lands. The folder entitled "Redwoods" is an example of this focus; he offered to give the state one-half pound of seeds for a redwood variety suitable to Idaho's climate and growing conditions.

Trueblood was a member of the Bureau of Land Management Advisory Board for the Boise district, an organization linking outdoorsmen, ranchers, and Bureau members, created to oversee a balanced land-use policy. It was here that he encountered evidence of sagebrush eradication and grazing abuses in southwestern Idaho. Trueblood's ideology then shifted from conservation to preservation, as he continued to witness the deterioration of the natural environment. He was associated with the Owyhee Project and the River of No Return Wilderness Council, organizations devoted to the protection of the land.

His leadership for a balanced public land policy was tested in the battle known in the West as the "Sagebrush Rebellion." As president of Save Our Public Lands, Trueblood fought against transferring federal lands to the control of the states. His files highlight the opinions, organizations, and personalities on both sides of the conflict.

Trueblood's research files also illustrate some of his other interests. He collected recipes for cooking breakfast trout over an open campfire, sourdough biscuits, and variations of Roquefort dressing.

He also collected historical material about individuals such as Adam H. Bogardus, western wing-shooter, and Lucy Evans, who traveled from Oregon to Colorado by wagon when her family's farm failed in 1894. The file of Fish and Game history describes how William Ridenbaugh introduced bullfrogs to Idaho. The folder entitled Forest and Stream & Rod and Gun is an original sportsman's newspaper from 1878; this series also includes a 1919 map of Yellowstone National Park which includes a set of antiquated park regulations.

The Subject Series also includes the whimsical 1962 Field & Stream article by Ed Zern entitled "Is There Really a Ted Trueblood?" (Box 8, folder 12).

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
51
Alaska--Hunting
52
American Wilderness Alliance
53
Andrus, Cecil
54
Angling preservation
55
Antique Angler
56
Artificial flies
57
Bill S. 1680: "Transfer of Federal Land to the States"
1979 April 3
58
Bill H.R. 7837: "Transfer of Federal Land to the States"
1980 July 25
59
Bogardus, Adam H.
510
Book catalogs
511
Bureau of Land Management
512
Bureau of Land Management Advisory Board Boise District
513
Bureau of Land Management Advisory Board Boise District (II)
514
Burros--California and Arizona
61
Callison, Charles H. (President, Public Lands Institute)
62
Carp Newsletter Quarterly
63
Channel catfish
64
Chinook salmon
65
Church, Frank
1978-1979
66
Church, Frank
1980
67
Columbia Basin Salmon and Steelhead Report
68
Conservation (early history)
69
Cooking
610
Craig, Larry (U.S. Senator, Idaho)
611
Creel
612
Dutch Ovens
613
Dworshak Reservoir Story [Author Unknown]
614
Evans, Lucy Lane Grogan: Diary
1894
71
Federation of Fly Fishers
72
Field & Stream Subject Material
73
Film developing record
74
Fish and fishing records
75
Fish and Game History (Idaho Dept. Of Fish and Game)
76
Fish and Wildlife Service
77
Fishing notes
78
Flylines
79
Forest and Stream & Rod and Gun
1878
710
Friends of the Earth
711
Gem State Fly Fishers
712
Gift list for books
713
Graham, Idaho
714
Gun Control legislation
81
Hearing (loss of)
82
Hooks
83
Horses and burros
84
Hunting
85
Idaho Citizen
86
Idaho Conservation League
87
Idaho Environmental Council
88
Idaho---Historical articles
89
Idaho--Irrigation
810
Ideas for articles
811
International Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
812
"Is There Really a Ted Trueblood" by Ed Zern
1962
813
The Izaak Walton League
814
Jack rabbits
91
Land sale
92
Leaders
93
Livestock grazing
94
Lo-K-Tor and other electronic fish-finders
95
Malheur Wildlife Refuge
96
Michigan fishing
97
Miscellaneous materials (from briefcase)
98
Miscellaneous subject material
99
National Muzzle Loading Association
910
National Wildlife Federation
911
Nylon monofilament
912
Outdoor News Bulletin
1969-1982
913
Outfitters
914
Owyhee Federal Reclamation Project
915
Owyhee Cattlemen's Association
916
Owyhee Project
1969-1972
917
Oxygen monitoring
101
Passenger pigeons
102
Pesticides
103
Pesticides--Mercury
104
Photography
105
Poaching; Claude Dallas
106
Predators
107
Predators of deer
108
Public lands
109
Public lands information
1010
Public Lands Institute
1011
Public lands--Miscellaneous
1012
Recipes
1013
Redwoods
1014
River of No Return (Salmon River)
111
Sagebrush Rebellion
112
The Sagebrush Rebellion by Wendy McIntire
113
"Salmon Middle Fork Hunting Story" by Sam Ballantyne
114
Save Our Public Lands
115
Save Our Public Lands--Articles
116
Save Our Public Lands--News Clippings
117
Shotguns
118
Sourdough
119
Stationery samples
1110
Steelhead
1111
Sturgeon
1112
Symms, Steve (U.S. Senator, Idaho)
121
Taylor, Marv
122
Ted Trueblood Fishing Club
123
Tournament casting
124
Trueblood, Ellen
125
Trueblood, Jack
126
Trueblood, Ted (articles about)
127
Utah Wildlife Federation
128
Vale District, Malheur Resource Areas
129
Vale District, Malheur Resource Areas (II)
1210
Vibert box
1211
Watt, James (U.S. Secretary of the Interior)
1212
Wild Flower descriptions
1213
Wynn, Pinky
1214
Yellowstone National Park
1215
Yellowstone National Park Map
1919
12
Working Copy, The Angler's Handbook

3:  Manuscripts and draftsReturn to Top

Most of the manuscripts and typescripts of Ted Trueblood's published articles no longer exist, but those that do are arranged alphabetically by title in Series 3. This series contains approximately one hundred drafts and manuscripts written over a fifty-year time span, 1931-1982. The material includes his earliest attempts to gain entry to magazine publication through his lobbying for the environment in the 1980s. Also included here (in Box 15) are chapter drafts for an unfinished book, book contracts, and calendar schedules for publication.

Trueblood kept a running count of his magazine articles from 1949-1982; they total 656 (Box 15, folder 2). These drafts and manuscripts reflect the hard work and disappointment that can be connected with a writing career, along with the successes. Trueblood identified articles that never were printed as "misfires."

In Box 13, folder 12, there are several versions of the same short story. The main character, Billy, age 12, is introduced in various settings while the plot line remains the same. The drafts demonstrate the author's ability to polish his work until he was satisfied with the results.

At least eight of these manuscripts were rejected and six of them are incomplete. Among the rejections are three very witty pieces: "The Eyes and Bite Spiders," "How to Fix Things," and "The Trying Times of the Trueblood Cats."

In Box 13, folder 48, is Ted's last article, "Joe's Christmas." While the article was not finished, it was published as "My Dog Joe" in the December 1982 issue of Field & Stream.

Most of these drafts are about fishing and hunting, but other types of writing are represented as well. For example there is a short mystery story, "Luck," as well as a one act play, "The Quest of the Golden Cross." A sample of Trueblood's artwork is a sketch, "The Bells of San Gabriel."

Three articles deal with the opposite gender: "The Indirect Answer," "Shy Away If...," and "Guns & Gals." The last has two versions, one written by Ted's future wife, Ellen Michaelson, and one by the author. Several outdoor-cooking articles are contained in Box 14: "Pie Baking," "Sourdough Bread," and "The Pot Hook."

Trueblood explored the short-story as documented here in five cowboy/western tales. However, his best short stories are based on real-life experiences. "Untitled" (Box 14, folder 51) is vintage Trueblood, a story written in 1938 about fishing trip with the woman who would become his wife.

Those readers looking for biographical material will find informative facts in folders 24 and 49, Box 13, and folder 12, Box 14. And finally, in contrast to the author's humorous writing, there are several manuscripts that show a darker mood: "Heartbreak" (poem, 1934), "The Myth of Our American Mentality" (essay, 1932), and "A Need for Fulfillment" (1970).

The author typed many of his articles on highly acidic paper. Many of these drafts were photocopied onto acid-free stock for preservation purposes. Annotations of background notes and titles by his son, Jack, appear on a few of the drafts

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
131
Advice to the Keen of Hearing
132
America's Largest Wilderness, Wild America
1979 March
133
Barney, dog story
134
The Bells of San Gabriel, drawing
1933
135
Best Thing Around Boise, Boise Vision
136
The Big Steal, Field & Stream
1980 March
137
The Biggest Ripoff, Field & Stream
1981 March
138
Bill
139
Bill Pays a Bet, rejected by National Sportsman
1934
1310
Birds of Prey
1311
The Boy From Back Beyond, incomplete short story
1312
Buddy Shoots the Man [title by Jack Trueblood]
1931
1313
Campfire Talks, script
1314
Carry a Spare, Rocky Mountain Sportsman
1939
1315
Case of the Spotted Frog, submitted to National Sportsman
1316
Cowboy Story, short story
1317
Dear Harper, submitted to National Sportsman
1938
1318
The Decline of Evan McDevon, incomplete article
1948 June
1319
Deer from the Middle Fork, with photographs
1320
Depression Outfitting, under name J. W. Wintring
1932
1321
Disaster on the Western Range, Field & Stream
1975 January
1322
Down Under Spells Action, Fenwick Newsletter
1323
The Eyes and Bite Spiders, misfire submitted to Family Circle
1955
1324
An Eyewitness Account of Predators in Alaska
1325
An Eyewitness Account of Predators in Alaska (duplicate)
1326
Fall Bass and the Fall Guy, submitted to Outdoor Life
1327
Farm-Reared Rainbows of a Mountain State, submitted to Outdoor Life
1938
1328
The Fisherman's Dream
1934
1329
Fly Rods: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow, retitled Fly Rods Take a Giant Step, True's Yearbook
1973
1330
Graphite Rods
1973
1331
Gray Breaks the Dawn, incomplete, introductory paragraph only
1934
1332
Guns and Gals, (2 stories)
No. 1 by Ellen Michaelson; No. 2 by Ted Trueblood
1937
1333
Heartbreak, poetry
1934
1334
Help Wanted--To Save a Wilderness
1980?
1335
Hillybilly Trout are Smart, Field & Stream
1941 June
1336
The Hoax, under name J. W. Wintring
1934
1337
How Not to Catch a Fish, misfire
1932
1338
How Not to Cripple A Duck
1339
How to Enjoy Wilderness
1989 1978
1340
How to Fix Things, misfire submitted to Elks
1341
How to Have More Game, Field & Stream
1974 January
1342
'Hunting' Bass and Trout in Idaho
1343
Idaho's Million Acre Hassle, written for American Wilderness Alliance, revised to "America's Largest Wilderness" ( see Box 12, folder 2)
1344
Ideas That Work, written for The Izaak Walton League
1345
In Defense of Pipes, True
1967 December
1346
The Indirect Answer, misfire submitted to Reader's Digest
1955
1347
Joe's Christmas, incomplete
1348
Joe's Christmas, retitled My Dog Joe, Field & Stream
1982 December
1349
Knives in Our Lives, Field & Stream
1982 August
141
The Last Bass
1931
142
Luck, short story
1933
143
Macadoo, short story
1933
144
The Man From Antelope Valley, short story
1934
145
The Men Who'd Rather Fish, misfire
146
The Myth of Our American Mentality, essay
1932
147
A Need for Fulfillment, essay
1970
148
Nerts, short story
1960
149
[Nothing filed in this folder].
1410
Old Orange Belly, accepted by National Sportsman
1932
1411
One Thousandth of an Inch From Death, submitted to National Sportsman
1934
1412
The Other Side of the Game Warden, Field & Stream
1982 July
1413
Packing Story, incomplete
1414
Pheasant Centennial, Field & Stream
1982 October
1415
Pie Baking Out of Doors
1416
Pot Hook
1939
1417
The Quest of the Golden Gross, one act comedy
193?
1418
Rainbows in the Sky, retitled Rainbows over the Peak, Outdoor Life
1939 June
1419
Reclamation and Sport, misfire submitted to Sports Afield
1951
1420
Report on Pocatello Elk Preserves, survey for Idaho Fish and Game
1940
1421
Return to the Native, retitled Mountain Locked Trout, Outdoor Life
1939 November
1422
The Sad, Sad, Truth, misfire submitted to Rod and Gun
1423
Secret of Sourdough Bread
1938
1424
Short Order Tackle Repairs, Field & Stream
1985 May
1425
Shotgun [shells]
1426
Shy Away IF..., essay
1427
Six Gun Cleanup, short story
1428
Sly Trickster of the Michigan Wood
1973
1429
Sourdough Bread
1430
The Split Agate Grubstake, misfire submitted to Saturday Evening Post
1955
1431
Spring Bass
1934
1432
The Strange Cult of the Catfish Clan, submitted to True
1433
Stream Song, under name J. W. Wintring
1933
1434
Streamside Tackle Repairs, Field & Stream
1938 June
1435
Taking the Mystique Out of Fly Fishing
1973
1436
Telephone Lineman Story, incomplete [title by Jack Trueblood]
1934
1437
The Tell Tale Souvenirs, short story
1934
1438
The Test by Fire, short story
1931
1439
There's Something About a Bass
1939
1440
Those Were the Days
1980
1441
To Pay a Dept, submitted to The Izaak Walton League
1442
Trout From Cattle Land, incomplete
1933
1443
Trueblood's Laws of Angling
1444
The Trying Times of the Trueblood Cats, submitted to True
1968
1445
Unique Wilderness Threatened, written for Friends of the Earth
1446
When a Man Goes Fishing, essay
1934
1447
Wilderness and the Western Ethic, American Wilderness Alliance
1448
Winter Fishing, Rod and Gun
1963 January
1449
You May Be a Better Shot Than You Think, Field & Stream
1982 September
1450
Miscellaneous loose pages
1451
(untitled) [fishing trip with Ellen Michaelson] "one of his favorites"
Notes made by Jack Trueblood.
1452
(untitled), "in xmas col."
Notes made by Jack Trueblood.
Drafts of book chapters/contracts/calendars and schedules
BoxFolder
151
Selected drafts for proposed hunting book; most selected from True
152
Calendar of articles sold
1949-1982
153
Book contracts
154
Schedule of articles, Elks and Rod and Gun
1946-1961
155
Schedule of articles, Field & Stream
1954-1973
156
Revisions for anthologies: for articles from Elks Magazine
157
Revisions for anthologies: for articles from Field & Stream
158
Revisions for anthologies: for articles from True
159
Note slips removed from issues of True's Hunting Yearbook and True's Fishing Yearbook

4:  Newspaper columns and commercial publicationsReturn to Top

This series consists chiefly of newspaper articles and columns written by Ted Trueblood, as well as commercial pamphlets and brochures to which he contributed short pieces. The writings in this series represent only a small percentage of his literary output; the bulk of his published work is found in Periodicals (below). However, this series contains some of Trueblood's earliest published work, illustrating clearly the development of his writing talent.

Newspaper columns -

The earliest outlets for Ted Trueblood's writing were his by-line columns in Idaho newspapers. Contained in folders 1-4 are these fine journalistic efforts; the columns' time span is 1938-1952. "Angles on Angling," published in the Boise Capital News (1938) displayed detailed drawings of fly-tying techniques and proffered other valuable advice to local fishermen. The "Campfire Talks" column (ca. 1938) appeared in the Parma Review and Kamiah Progress, sometimes under the pen name "Jim Wintring." Trueblood's developing style shows up in this column: "Pull up your camp stools . . . prop yourselves up comfortable against your bedrolls because we're goin' to talk fishin', campin', guns, tackle and cameras until the campfire dies down . . ."

In 1937 and 1938 Trueblood used a second pen name in his columns for the Desert News, Swen Teresed--the name of the newspaper spelled backwards. "Swen Says" and "Dictated but not Read" gave opinions and impressions on a variety of topics, not necessarily about the outdoors. From 1947 to 1952 his column "Outdoors by Ted Trueblood" appeared in the now-defunct Boise weekly paper, Statewide.

These columns contain political opinions about conservation and preservation issues. Additional samples of Ted Trueblood's newspaper columns are found in his Scrapbook (see folder 10).

News and feature articles -

Trueblood worked as a regular news reporter for several newspapers in his early career. Examples of his news and feature articles can be found in folders 5-9. Here are articles and photos (photocopied) from The Boise Capital News (1937) , The Deseret News (1938), and the Raleigh News and Observer (1941-42). A feature about fishing in tropical waters appeared in the Salt Lake Tribune in 1965: "Explore [the] Mystique of the Islands" (see folder 9).

Scrapbook -

Folder 10 holds photocopies of newspaper articles from a scrapbook. The original scrapbook is stored in Box 17 (oversize). Included here are more examples of Trueblood's columns "Angles on Angling," "Dictated But Not Read," "Swen Says," and "Campfire Talks."

Magazine articles -

A few magazine articles that do not appear elsewhere in the collection have been added to this series in folders 11-16. Also included is an issue of Idaho Outdoor Recreation that contains photos by Ted Trueblood (folder 17) and one article by another author (folder 18).

Commercial manuals and pamphlets -

The last sixteen folders (19-34) of this collection contain commercial material the author wrote for a variety of outdoor-equipment companies and oil companies' outdoor-sports promotion booklets. Most are undated. Folder 13 has an article entitled "Finding Fish" which appeared on an Osborne Company calendar. Other pamphlets promote fish locators, Coleman stoves, sportsmen's shoes, handguns, equipment outlet stores, flyrods, and so on.

Oversize print memorabilia -

This box holds a variety of oversize memorabilia from the collection. The tear sheet from the Idaho Press Tribune's death memorial (September 1982) is included here.

An oversize cartoon, "Tightlines," was used as a farewell card when Trueblood departed a newspaper job. Additionally there is an original cartoon panel, "The Adventures of Bruce Lyle in: Chamberlain Basin Blues." The 1949 and 1951 Osborne Company calendars have articles by the author, "Mule Deer Hunting" and "Finding Fish."

The scrapbook mentioned in conjunction with folder 10, Box 16, is stored here as are extra copies of his "Outdoor" column from folder 4, Box 16.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
BoxFolder
161
Angles on Angling
1938
162
Campfire Talks
1938
163
Swen Says
1937-1938
164
Outdoors by Ted Trueblood
1947-1952
165
Boise Capital News
1937
166
Desert News
1938
167
News and Observer articles and photographs
1941-1942
168
Johnston Munitions Explosions ( News and Observer)
1942
169
Explore [the] Mystique of the Islands
1965
1610
Scrapbook (Photocopies)
1937-1938
1611
Beginners Luck by Mary Ransom as told to Ted Trueblood
1945
1612
The Biggest Ripoff
1982
1613
Finding Fish
1951
1614
Fly Fishing for Trout
1615
The Pot that Does it All
1986
1616
They're Fixin' to Steal Your Land
1979
1617
Idaho Outdoor Recreation (magazine)
1978
1618
A Strange and Fairly Disgusting Fish Story by Clive Gammon
1982
1619
The Complete Fish Lo-K-Tor Operations Manual
1620
Easy Way to Prepare Good, Hot, Wholesome Meals on Outing Trips
1621
Fishing Hints (3 years' editions)
1622
Fly Rods for Western Fishing
1623
Handguns for Sport
1624
How to Persuade a Bass
1625
Hunting Hints
1626
One Stop Shopping at KVP Sutherland
1627
Phillips 66 Fishing Guide for 1964
1628
Shoes for Sportsmen
1629
The Spinning Reel on a Fly Rod
1630
Those Were the Days
1631
Trout Fishing in Depth
1632
Wake 'Em Up
1633
When You Head West
1634
Whopper Stopper Fishing Guide
Oversize print memorabilia
Box
17
Newspaper memorial tribute, September 1982
17
Original cartoon drawings for Ted Trueblood
17
Osborne Company calendars
17
Scrapbook of "Outdoor" columns

5:  Scientific Anglers, Inc.Return to Top

Ted Trueblood had a professional and personal affiliation with Scientific Anglers for approximately 17 years. The company developed and sold fly-fishing equipment, so this series contains much basic how-to information about fly-fishing.

Box 18 contains Trueblood's correspondence with Scientific Anglers. Also found here are drafts of texts written for promotional pamphlets and instructional booklets. Box 19 contains company publications that incorporated Ted's writings. One booklet, To Cast a Fly, is considered a classic among fly fishers (see folder 35). Newsletters about SA products can be found scattered throughout the correspondence files.

Scientific Anglers was founded in 1945 by Leon P. Martuch and remained a family business until late 1973 when it was sold to 3M Corporation. Most of Ted's correspondence was with Leon P.'s son, Leon L. Martuch, known as "Chum."

Trueblood worked for the company without any formal contract. In fact, the letters indicate that Chum and his father had a high regard for Ted's abilities and considered him a personal friend. In return Trueblood included some personal details in his letters--about his extended camping honeymoon (April 7, 1964) and his wife's mycological research grants (July 1, 1971), for example.

The most important aspect of this series, however, is its broad spectrum of technical information about the sport of fly-fishing. In June 1964 the author sent the company a scholarly article about the history of fly lines. In November 1966 he wrote a draft for a pamphlet, The Man Behind the Counter, containing facts about selling fly-fishing equipment to novice fisherman. In October 1966 the draft of Fly Fishing for Bass and Panfish was submitted; the booklet is stored in Box 19, folder 23. A similar booklet, Fly Fishing for Trout was sent to SA in June 1969.

Ted's meticulous field research with SA's newly developed lines, rods, and reels is evidenced in his product reports to Chum Martuch. "I am now positive that a white fly line scares smart trout, both in the air and on the water . . . I could see trout dart away before the line touched the water when I cast. Cruising trout would not pass under this line while it was floating, even though I had cast some time before." (Letter dated June 27, 1973)

A two-page letter dated October 13, 1968, is packed with details about eight different line and rod combinations that the author tested on a Salmon River fishing trip. "Once I got the hang of the action I had no trouble holding a shallow loop . . . Your matching of lines to rods, or the other way around, is just right." Whether the reader is an expert or novice fly-fisherman, or wishes to learn more about the art of sports writing, they will find this series informative and valuable.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Correspondence and writings
BoxFolder
181
1960-1961
182
1962
183
1963
184
1964
185
1965-1966
186
1967
187
1968
188
1969
189
1970
1810
1971
1811
Salt Water and Fly Fishing pamphlet draft
1971
1812
1972
1813
1973
1814
1974
1815
1975
1816
1976-1980
1817
Correspondence with Leon L. Martuch
1979 1982
Published brochures and catalogs
BoxFolder
191
Anglers Hall of Fame
1961
192
Brochures
1962
193
Brochures
1964
194
Brochures
1965-66
195
Brochures
1967
196
Brochures
1968
197
Brochures
1969
198
Brochures
1972
199
Catalog
1967
1910
Catalog
1968
1911
Catalog
1969
1912
Catalog
1970
1913
Catalog
1971
1914
Catalog
1972
1915
Catalog
1973
1916
Catalog
1974
1917
Catalog
1975
1918
Catalog
1976
1919
Catalog
1977
1920
Catalog
1978
1921
Fly Fishing Bulletin
1971
1922
Fly Fishing Bulletin
1972
1923
Fly Fishing for Bass and Panfish
1967
1924
Fly Fishing Hall of Fame
1962
1925
Fly Fishing Hall of Fame
1964
1926
Fly Fishing Hall of Fame
1965
1927
Fly Fishing Hall of Fame
1966
1928
Fly Fishing Hall of Fame
1969
1929
Fly Fishing Handbook
1977
1930
Fly Fishing Only (Newsletter)l
1970 Fall
1931
Fly Fishing Only
1972 Spring
1932
Fly Fishing Only
1975 Fall
1933
Product Reports
1962-64
1934
To Cast a Trout Fly
1935
To Cast a Fly
1936
Scientific Anglers Fly Fishing Bulletins

6:  Field notebooksReturn to Top

Box 20 contains Ted Trueblood's handwritten field notebooks. They are a microcosm of the history of fishing and hunting in America, circa 1930-1980. The early notebooks, which he started keeping while still in high school, focus on the abundance of fish and wildlife in Idaho. In the later years Trueblood's focal point changes from the pursuit of the wily trout or the elusive elk to the environmental conditions in which these creatures survive.

Trueblood started to notice deterioration of the natural environment at an early age. On July 23, 1933, he noted: "I fished Goose Creek today. The stream is not nearly as nice now as it was 5 years ago." On May 21, 1944, he writes of catching 34 native trout in Mann's Creek and Fourth of July Creek.

The notebooks of the 1930s are set primarily in Idaho and most were written in the field. Trueblood recorded areas fished, the conditions of the day, the bait or lure used, and the results of his unique methods. In the 1940s the Truebloods lived both in North Carolina and New York. Their fishing and hunting activities in these states, and their return to Idaho, are documented in Notebooks 10-16.

Notebook 17 tells of a pike-fishing trip to Canada. Notebooks 32, 33, and 35 contain Ellen Trueblood's accounts of two elk-hunting trips in the Chamberlain Basin of central Idaho. Notebook 34 is a record of a family fishing trip, also by Ellen. Her writing contains interesting notes about collecting fungi, including descriptions and preservation methods. Pictures of the elk-hunting expeditions are found in the photographic collection (see especially Series 7, Photographic materials, Book 30)

An engaging discourse on the wolves in Alaska is located in Notebook 3, Frank Glaser. Trueblood visited with Glaser in Alaska in 1952 and 1953, interviewing him on his experiences in its wilderness areas from the 1900s through the 1950s. The noticeable changes in the country and wildlife are included in the narrative, but the primary topic is a dramatic and vivid eyewitness account of native predators. Fishing for Alaskan shee and grayling is also recounted here. These notes became the basis of an article "Sailfish of the North--Grayling" which appeared in True, in August 1958.

Some notebooks on the list for Box 20 below are marked with an asterisk. Typewritten copies of the entries in these books have been put into a binder in Box 21. Note that not all the field notebooks were copied in typescript form. The binder is arranged in order by date and it, in turn, contains some entries that are not found in the handwritten field notebooks. These are:

Accounts of fishing and hunting expeditions for the years 1936, 1937, 1939, and 1947-1954

Elk and deer hunts in the Fall of 1948

A 1950 "Big Game" hunt

1953 family camping and fishing trips

A 1954 June fishing trip and September grouse hunt (complete with grub list)

In addition, there are three notable stories contained in this binder which are also not found in the field notebooks. Ellen wrote an account of their unusual marriage ceremony and four-month camping-fishing honeymoon dated July 6 - October 31, 1939. (See also a letter to Chum Martuch dated April 7, 1964, in Series 5, Box 18, Folder 4.) Ellen also penned the beginnings of a story about their dog Joe, found after the June 1946 entries. And included here is Ellen's story about being stranded with her sons in the Oregon desert in 1960. Another copy is located in her papers (MSS 94).

Diaries -

Ted Trueblood kept daily accounts of his activities for thirty years, from 1951 until his death in September 1982. His diaries (Daily Planners) are found in Boxes 22 and 23. As might be expected, the diary entries are the most personal writings in the collection.

Here are records of Ted's daily work and family life. He kept a log of what he accomplished each day, noting the progress or non-progress of his writing assignments, pictures taken, and mail answered. There are brief entries about hunting and fishing trips, along with tallies of game he and Ellen spotted. The diaries also record more mundane things--errands, appointments, social engagements, yardwork and chores, and yields from his vegetable gardens. Ever in tune with the outdoors, Ted noted the weather, temperature, and precipitation. He welcomed the arrival of spring, recording the trees and bushes leafing out.

These volumes demonstrate that Ted was very involved with his family. He assisted his wife with her mycological research, participating in collecting trips and conferences and developing her pictures of fungi. Relationships with various family members are discussed here; birthdays, deaths, and funeral services are recorded. There are brief entries about the author's involvement with environmental organizations and awards received, but much more space is devoted to the care of those close to him.

Beginning with Ted's heart attack in 1968 (age 55), the diaries also served as a place to record the progress of his illnesses. The entries regarding medical problems intensify in the fall of 1977 when he developed arthritis in one leg and in 1978 when the first signs of cancer began to manifest themselves. Since Ted kept a tally of days spent fishing and hunting each year, one can trace his physical deterioration as their number declined. In 1961 the total was 151 days. In 1973 it was reduced to 63, and in 1980 only 38 days were spent on his favorite pursuits.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Field notebooks
Typescript copies are found in binder, Box 21, for materials marked by an *.
Boxenvelope
201
Big Eddy. Appears to be recent.
undated
202
Camera. Majority of pages empty.
undated
203
Frank Glaser. Alaskan hunter, wolves caribou.
1952-1953
204
[author unknown] Bird sightings
1920 May 16-23
205
Idaho Fishing*
1930 May 13-1931 September 7
206
Ted and Burtt Trueblood, fishing experiences*
1931 October 13-1932 May 31
207
Idaho fishing*
1932 August 15-1933 July 23
208
Manuscript submissions records
1938
209
Address Book. Owyhee Reservoir; fishing records
1938-1941
2010
Idaho fishing*
1940 March 31-1941 March 19
2011
Idaho fishing*
1941 March 20-August 17
2012
Idaho fishing; Steelhead in Manns Creek.*
1941 August 23-1943 May 28
2012
List of Sawtooth Lakes stocked from 1923-1930.
2013
Idaho fishing*
1943 June 6-1944 June 15
2014
New York and Idaho fishing*
1944 June 18-1945 May 12
2015
Fishing Rio Grande; Idaho; New York*
1945 May 22-1946 April 7
2016
Fishing Pleasantville, New York*
1946 April 13-September 18
2017
Includes Canadian trip*
1946 September 7-1947 January 26
2018
Elks; Dog. Article on hunting dogs, never published
1938-1941
2019
Kodachrome notebook; idea for articles
1964 April 1-1965 April 1
2020
Notes for Field & Stream articles
1965 April 5-1966 February 12
2021
New Zealand
1966 April 12-May 14
2022
Notes for Field & Stream articles
1966 May 14-1970
2023
Oklahoma trip; notes for articles
1967 January 9
2024
Address Book. Contains loose material
1970s
2025
Washington, DC/BLM Boards. Addresses, notes
1975
2026
Addresses, medical information
1977 September 24
2027
Stream flows
1981 January 21
2028
Notes on 1938 trip; film-developing tables* 1938-1953
1938-1953
2029
Address book. Owyhee Reservoir; fishing record . Bird weights
1950-1970
2030
Hunting and fishing with Pete Barrett
1949 September 1-November
2031
Camera Notebook
1954
2032
Hunting Chamberlain Basin (notes by Ellen Trueblood)
1956 October 16-25
2033
Hunting Chamberlain Basin (notes by Ellen Trueblood)
1956 October 26-November 1
2034
Fishing (notes by Ellen Trueblood) (loose pages)
1958 June 2-4
2035
Hunting. Arctic Point/Chamberlain Basin (notes by Ellen Trueblood) (loose note cards)
1958 June 2-4
Notebook excerpts
Box
21
One large binder containing typescripts of field notebook entries marked with asterisks (above) and other writings.
Diaries
Box
22
Individual diaries
1929 1951-1971
23
Individual diaries
1972-1982

7:  Photographic materialsReturn to Top

The Trueblood photography collection consists of over 4,000 slides, 28,000 negatives, and 2,500 photo prints. The time span of this voluminous body of work is the early 1930s through the 1980s; the arrangement in the series preserves the categories selected by Trueblood.

The subjects of this photo record reflect the wide variety of the author's interests--he documented almost all his outdoor activities. There are numerous photos of his family and friends joining him in these pursuits as well as more personal photos of holidays and special occasions.

Trueblood took professional shots to supplement his articles on fishing, hunting, and camping. The collection contains many how-to pictures like fly-rod casting techniques and outdoor cooking methods. A lot of the pictures were taken in Idaho, but his outdoor experience extended to numerous other locations. For example, he and his camera went moose hunting in Alaska, hiked in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, explored the terrain of Baja, Mexico, and fished in Manitoba, Canada.

A special notebook about elk hunting in the Chamberlain Basin was created by his son, Jack, and is included in this series. Ted and Ellen frequently hunted in this area with family and friends; the photos indicate that they bagged a lot of elk there.

Another favorite hunting-fishing-camping location was the Owyhee Mountains of Idaho/Oregon. The changes to this area can be seen by comparing slides and photos taken over several decades.

A wide variety of western animal and plant life is also represented in the photo collection. Northwest native fungi was a favorite subject. Ellen, an accomplished mycologist, took many of these photos on family outings. In this photo collection one can experience the western life-style of the Trueblood family, the life-style that Ted wrote about and worked to preserve.

Container(s)Description
book
24
Color Slides: S001-S0759
Ted and Ellen took many photos of vegetation on their outdoor expeditions. Recorded here are native Northwest flowers, fruits, and trees, as well as almost 100 different fungi. Also of interest are 16 slides of antiques owned by the Truebloods.
25
Color Slides: S0800 - S1281
These slides include a wide variety of fish species and sports fishing from the 1940s through the 1970s. Bass fishing pictures demonstrate tackle used along with special equipment and lures. Fly-fishing photos showcase the proper technique for casting and detailed pictures of artificial flies. Fishing locations include mountain lakes, desert reservoirs, and wilderness creeks from Mexico to British Columbia. Fish species represented include Atlantic salmon, goldeneye, steelhead, and sturgeon.
26
Color Slides: S1300 - S2146
The main focus in this book is hunting and camping activities in addition to wildlife. Slides of everything from big horn sheep to rodents and reptiles, captured in their natural habitat, are in this group. Bird hunting with an English pointer, camping and outdoor cooking, and hiking are just a few of the activities the author or his wife Ellen photographed in these 800+ slides.
27
Color Slides: S2200 - S2783
In this book are landscapes of the West arranged chronologically by date (1956-1985). Slides taken after Ted's death were added to the collection by Ellen. At the end of the book are pictures of the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area (the first in the United States) located in northwest Montana, just south of Glacier National Park.
28
Color Slides: S2784 - S3132
Personal-life slides are preserved in this book--family photos of Christmas and birthdays, and picnics and camping trips. Of special interest are slides of Morley Nelson with peregrine falcons.
29
Color Slides: S3133 - S3998
This book contains many hunting and camping pictures also, but there is a wide variety of subjects in this part of the collection. A cougar hunt is documented, as well as moose and other big game, along with small mammals, family and friends, flowers and fungi, and landscapes.
30
Chamberlain Basin Elk Hunting
Here, Jack Trueblood has assembled slides, contact sheets, negative strips, and black and white photographs of his mother and father's elk-hunting trips in the Chamberlain Basin of Idaho.
31
3" × 5" negatives
These negatives are some of the earliest pictures Ted and Ellen snapped. Fishing in Florida and early shots of Ted writing in the field are found here. Also preserved are baby pictures of their son, Dan.
32-35
Negative Strips
There are approximately 21,000 negatives in these four volumes. Book 32 holds strips with carp, trout, crappies, bass, and shad fish as well as diverse fishing locations such as Maine and Colorado. Book 33 is more diverse; negatives include gold panning, the author's vegetable garden and his dogs, and relatives and friends. Book 34 is a record of wide-ranging locations such as Alaska, Florida, New York, and Wyoming; there are many camping-spot negatives. Book 35 contains some negatives from 1939-1941, which include the earliest pictures of Ted and Ellen's life together.
36-39
Various
Negative strips stored in envelopes E001 - E125 are in Box 36. The subjects are the same as those included in the negative strip books. Boxes 37 and 38 contain over 2700 2" × 3" negatives. Box 39 contains rare glass slides of family occasions like Christmas and birthdays; most were taken when the Trueblood children were small.
42-47
Black & White photographs
mostly 8" × 10" prints
The original photographs filed in these boxes are numbered 1-2521. Among them are nearly all the photos that appeared in Trueblood's Hunting Treasury. Photocopies of the photos have been arranged by subject in a series of notebooks and are available for consultation in the Special Collections Department. A subject order list follows:
  • Barrett, Pete
  • Bait
  • Bass
  • Boats
  • Camping
  • Casting
  • Cattlemen's Association
  • Chamberlain Basin
  • Cock Fighting
  • Colorado
  • Cougar
  • Deer
  • Dogs
  • Ducks
  • Elk
  • Fishing
  • Friends
  • Grayling
  • Guns/Hunting
  • Hunting
  • Ice Fishing
  • Mayday - Owyhee Reservoir retreat
  • Mixed & Off the Office Wall
  • Photography
  • Rabbits
  • Sagehen/Pheasant
  • Salmon
  • Saltwater/Fishing
  • Scenery
  • Sheep & Antelope, Yellowstone
  • Sierra
  • Small Animals & Birds
  • Steelhead
  • Sturgeon
  • Tackle
  • Trout
  • Upland Birds: Chukar, Hungarian Partridge, Grouse, Quail, Dove
  • Vermin/Crow
  • Wilderness
Box
47
Assorted Oversized

8:  Audio-visual materialsReturn to Top

A very personal side of Ted Trueblood, and his family, is revealed by listening to and viewing the tapes in this series. Here are recordings of family holidays, from an era when the Trueblood sons, Dan and Jack were youngsters.

Perhaps the most poignant audio recording is the Peter Barrett interview of the author. The half-hour talk relates fascinating autobiographical material, but also unveils an unprepossessing and relaxed side of Ted's personality that belies his writing talent and intellect. The tape is a homespun version of Ted's early history, his career with Field & Stream, and his conservation /preservation work.

Barrett got the author to confess why he kept a sledge hammer by his typewriter--it was to exercise his arm, his fly-casting muscles, between banging out paragraphs. "When the day comes I can handle the hammer like a fly-rod, I'll be able to cast 200 feet."

Other valuable autobiographical material is contained in the VHS interview recordings by and about Ted. In 1981 Trueblood was named the Coors Western Outdoorsman of the Year and an interview was taped to commemorate the award. Once again, the author's personality shines through; clad in a bright red shirt, he grins when the interviewer asks him how long it would take to learn everything about the outdoors. "Oh, about 10 years longer than anyone lives," he chuckled.

Sadly, Trueblood was to live only one more year. Two days after his death in September 1982, Channel 6 News in Nampa broadcast a segment about his life that includes a short interview with his son Jack. According to Jack, his father had told him that when Eskimos are too old to be of use to their tribe, they go out on the ice and end their life. Jack said his father just couldn't find any ice in Nampa.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Audio recordings: reel-to-reel
Box
48
Family
1955
48
Christmas
1955
48
Christmas
1957
Audio recordings: cassette tapes
Box
48
Biographical interview of Ted Trueblood by Peter Barrett
1968
48
Ted Trueblood Night, 3 tapes
1978 February 14
Video recordings: 16mm film
Box
53
Mr. Trueblood #425, 2 reels (1 camera, 1 sound), includes discussion about fishing
Video recordings: 3/4" video tape
Box
48
"Ted Trueblood" by Glen Lau Productions
Video recordings: VHS tapes
Box
48
Interview of Ted Trueblood for Coors Western Outdoorsman, with 3 duplicate tapes
1981
48
Interview of Jack Trueblood (re: Ted Trueblood's life) by Channel 6 in Nampa, entire newscast. Interview segment only on duplicate tape.
1982 September 14

9:  AdditionsReturn to Top

This series of documents was donated to the collection by the Trueblood family after a majority of the papers were received in 1988. In many ways these additions serve as a memorial to the late author, demonstrating the high regard in which he was held both before and after his death in 1982.

Pete Barrett, his colleague at Field & Stream, said of him: "Trueblood is ... a conservationist, a superb camp cook, somewhat of a homespun philosopher, an excellent photographer, and pre-eminent as a writer ... [but] I appreciate him most, I think, as a sportsman" ("The Real Ted Trueblood," F&S, 12/80, p. 42).

Awards and recognitions were heaped upon Ted in the latter half of his life; perhaps none were more meaningful than the "Ted Trueblood Night" on February 14, 1978, in Nampa, Idaho. The memorabilia saved from this event is included in this series. (See Box 49 listing, below.)

Sponsored by a local rod and gun club, the three-hour testimonial was attended by Senator Frank Church and Governor John Evans. Cecil Andrus, then Secretary of the Interior, was unable to attend but sent a laudatory letter which stated that Trueblood was "one of America's foremost outdoorsmen and conservationists."

There were many family friends at the event; from one of these came a prophetic note: "It took too long for people here in Nampa to recognize what you two have done for the benefit of all of us and those years to come by way of our offspring and their families."

Indeed, the author's work would go on benefiting others after his death, in the form of a conservation fund established by his family and a scholarship fund started at Boise State University in 1989. Tim Woodward, Idaho Statesman columnist, summed up local feelings in his column shortly after Ted's death. The journalist stated that Trueblood's work was known and admired in all 50 states, that he was an environmental champion, and that he was a loyal friend--a modest and unassuming neighbor.

Interest in his writing continued well beyond its termination. Box 49 of this series contains several articles by and about Ted that were published posthumously. The timeless appeal of his style is demonstrated in "Those Were the Days," published in 1990, but originally written in 1980 about a 1954 fishing trip. "A curling mist was rising from the water and the eastern sky was blushing at the approaching sun. And salmon were there!"

Papers of Major George Burton Warner are found in Box 50. Warner, an Oklahoma resident, died in 1993, leaving the bulk of his estate to Boise State University's Trueblood scholarship fund. Early correspondence to Warner reveals that he was avid outdoorsman and hunter as well as a conservationist.

In 1974 Warner became interested in the Salmon River Primitive Area and began corresponding with Trueblood. A bond of friendship was formed with the entire Trueblood family; letters as well as Idaho fishing licenses indicate he visited Idaho and the family several times. This box also contains a selection of Trueblood's articles that Warner clipped and saved. The earliest is dated April 1932 and the latest, July 1981; this nearly fifty year span is a representative cross-section of Ted's magazine contributions.

Box 51 holds valuable information regarding book proposals and permission to publish Ted's articles after his death. Of particular interest are Jack Trueblood's materials that were the beginnings of a biography about his father. (See Folder 2)

Jack and Ellen, Ted's wife, wrote many letters trying to get various collections of Ted's articles published posthumously. The letters to Stackpole Books and other publishers denote the frustrations and complications contingent with the publication of any book--the family's efforts never came to fruition. However, Boise State University English professor James Maguire did succeed in including part of The Hunting Treasury in The Literature of Idaho: An Anthology, published in 1986. (See Box 51, Folder 9)

The history of the Ted Trueblood Conservation Fund is found in Box 51, Folders 13 - 20. The fund was started upon Ted's death by Jack Trueblood and Dr. Robert Boren, Chair of Boise State University's Communication Department. It evolved into a private foundation and received national recognition when Lonnie Williamson mentioned it in his article "A Dam Shame" in Outdoor Life, August 1986.

Williamson stated the fund's purpose was to "help conserve Idaho's fish and wildlife bounty." The effort served to counter-balance the Federal Energy Regulation Commission's attempts "to promote hydro projects that are poorly planned and constructed." The Conservation Fund ceased operation in January of 1991 and donated its remaining monies to Boise State's Trueblood scholarship fund.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Miscellaneous papers donated by the Trueblood family: posthumous publications
BoxFolder
491
Hunt, Lynn Bogue. Fishing in America. New York: Gunning & Fishing Prints. With descriptive text by Ted Trueblood and Kip Farrington.
1946
492
Trueblood, Ted. "Don't Let the Spooks Spoil Your Night." Wildlife Express. Boise, Idaho. Department of Fish and Game
1989 October
493
Trueblood, Ted. "Those were the Days." Flyfisher 33 (Fall 1990): 10-111
1990 Fall
494
Trueblood, Ted. "The Noblest Game Bird of Them All." Idaho Wildlife 15 (Fall 1995): 9-11
1995 Fall
495
Trueblood, Ted. "Trigger & the Grasshopper Gun." Idaho Wildlife 16 (Fall 1996): 14-15
1996 Fall
Miscellaneous papers donated by the Trueblood family: awards/recognitions
BoxFolder
496
Outdoorsman of the Year Announcement
1975
497
Awards and Recognitions
1966-1983
498
Ted Trueblood Night
1978 February 14
499
Ted Trueblood Night: Correspondence
4910
News Clippings, Personal and biographical
1939-1989
4911
Articles about Ted Trueblood
1961-1990
4912
Tributes and Eulogies
1982
4913
Obits and Tributes
1982-1985
4914
Ted Trueblood Wildlife Area (Elmore County, Idaho)
1986
Miscellaneous papers donated by the Trueblood family: personal papers
BoxFolder
4915
Passports and cards
4916
Diary of Medical Problems
4917
Correspondence with family
1978-1982
4918
Thomas Stanford Correspondence to Ted Trueblood
1938
Miscellaneous papers donated by the Trueblood family: Ted Trueblood papers
BoxFolder
499
Cataloging grant application: Correspondence
1983
Papers donated by George Warner
BoxFolder
50
Boise State University: news release
1995
501
Letters from Ted Trueblood
1974-1982
502
Correspondence with others
1958-1985
503
Licenses
1977
504
Articles pertaining to Ted Trueblood
1952-1982
505
Magazine articles about Ted Trueblood
undated
506
News clippings about Ted Trueblood
1946-1970
507
Pamphlets pertaining to Ted Trueblood
1950s?
508
Publicity relating to Ted Trueblood
1944-1962
509
Publicity relating to Ted Trueblood's awards
1965-1975
5010
River-of-no-Return information
1974-1980
5011
Hayden, Carl E. Western Writers and Sportsmen. Salt Lake City: Valley Press
1944
5012
Testimony of Governor Cecil S. Andrus before the U.S. Forest Service. The Idaho Primitive Area, The Salmon River Breaks Primitive Area, and The Salmon River
1973 November 26
Papers donated by George Warner: magazine articles
BoxFolder
5013
After You Catch Them, Field & Stream
1962 July
5014
The Bad Old Days, The Hunter's Handbook
5015
Bass Across the Country, True
1952 August
5016
Bass: The West's Best Bet for Spring, True
1956 April
5017
A Certain Idaho Trout, National Sportsman
1932 April
5018
Coho: Cure for Fishing Frustration, True
1965 September
5019
Cold-Weather Trout, Field & Stream
1963 March
5020
Cutthroat Quest
5021
Cutthroats of the Cattle Country, Outdoor Life's Anthology of Fishing Adventures
1945
5022
Deep Stuff, Field & Stream
1954 May
5023
Discovering the Secret of the Spurned Stripers, True
1962 August
5024
Dry Fly Fishing for Trout
5025
Everybody Should Catch a Big Fish, Field & Stream
1966 June
5026
Fair Bait, Elks
1954
5027
Fifty Years of Fly Fishing for Bass, Field & Stream
1981 July
5028
The Fisherman's Encyclopedia
5029
Flies for Sophisticated Trout, Field & Stream
1963 May
5030
Fly Fishing for Trout in Lakes, Field & Stream
1966 May
5031
The Handsome Cat, Field & Stream
1974 August
5032
The Happy Times, Field & Stream
1967 February
5033
The High Rockies---Wildlife Fortress, Field & Stream
5034
How to Get More Out of Fishing, Field & Stream
1980 June
5035
Humane Wife Control, Sports Afield
1951 February
5036
Idaho Mushrooms Attract Amateurs and Pros, Idaho Guide
1965
5037
Impossible Gifts, Field & Stream
1969 December
5038
A Job for Sportsmen, Field & Stream
1948 October
5039
Knots to Know, Statewide
undated
5040
Leaping Leviathans, True
1957 April
5041
A Lion in the Snow, True
1959 February
5042
The Multiple Use Myth, Idaho Citizen
1977 July
5043
Muskie Comeback, Field & Stream
1946 April
5044
My Favorite Sport, Field & Stream
1953 July
5045
Outdoors, Statewide
1950
5046
Pacific Salmon on Plugs, Field & Stream
1940 November
5047
Promise of the North, Field & Stream
1964 June
5048
The Relaxing Sport, Hope
1974
5049
Restful Fish, Elks
1959 June
5050
Sailfish of the North, True
1958 August
5051
Silvery Migrants, Elks
1959 September
5052
Snook Have No Sense of Humor, True
1948 November
5053
Steelhead Fly Fishing, Field & Stream
1963 October
5054
Ted Trueblood, Field & Stream
1954 June
5055
Ten Great Days in Ten Great Places, True's Fishing Yearbook
1978
5056
That Beautiful Dumbell, The Brookie, True
1954 April
5057
There's No Other Fish Like Salmon, True
1954 July
5058
Those Were the Days, Flyfisher
1990 August
5059
Too Many Elk, Field & Stream
1963 July
5060
Trueblood is Thicker than Butter, Sports Afield
1950 August
5061
Wet Fly Fishing for Trout, Field & Stream
1975 June
5062
Where to Find Big-Water Bass, Field & Stream Fishing Yearbook
1976
5063
Where to Look for Trout, Field & Stream
1974 June
5064
Why I Went Bugs Again, Field & Stream
1959 May
5065
You Can't Exaggerate Sturgeon Fishing, Idaho Guide
1965
5066
Your First Trout, Field & Stream
1981 April
Papers donated by George Warner: book proposals
BoxFolder
511
Copyrights
512
Ted Trueblood biography
513
Fishing Treasury: Proposals
514
Fishing Treasury: Correspondence
1983-1984
515
Fishing Treasury: Correspondence: Stackpole Books
1983-1984
516
Trout anthology: Correspondence
1983-1985
517
Trueblood anthology: Correspondence with Jim Rikhoff
1987
518
Reprints: Field & Stream
519
Reprints: Permission to Publish: Boise State University
1985
5110
Reprints: Permission to Publish: Idaho Citizen
1983
5111
Reprints: Permission to Publish: Willowcreek
1985
5112
Reprints: Miscellaneous
Papers donated by George Warner: conservation fund
BoxFolder
5113
Ted Trueblood Conservation Fund: Beginnings
1982-1986
5114
Ted Trueblood Conservation Fund: Board Minutes
1986
5115
Ted Trueblood Conservation Fund: Charter and By Laws
1986
5116
Ted Trueblood Conservation Fund: Contributions
1986
5117
Ted Trueblood Conservation Fund: Correspondence
1986
5118
Ted Trueblood Conservation Fund: Funding
1987-1988
5119
Ted Trueblood Conservation Fund: John McDaniel/Paul Knight
1987
5120
Ted Trueblood Conservation Fund: Tax Documentation
1991
Papers donated by George Warner: scholarship fund
BoxFolder
5121
Ted Trueblood Scholarship Fund: Boise State University
1989-1991

10:  MemorabiliaReturn to Top

Container(s): Box 52-60

Many of the certificates and awards garnered by Ted Trueblood were donated to the collection by his family. The recognitions of his work were legion.

Outdoor-recreation organizations lauded his fishing and hunting expertise. In 1975, he received the Winchester Outdoorsman of the Year Award. Trout Unlimited issued a special citation to the author in 1977 and the Fly Fishing Federation granted him a lifetime membership in 1980.

His conservation activities were honored by the Idaho Wildlife Federation in 1965 and again in 1974. The National Audubon Society awarded Trueblood the Golden Eagle Conservation Award in 1979.

Recognition of Trueblood's work in support of the environment was documented by framed letters from Governor Cecil Andrus, Senator Frank Church, and President Jimmy Carter.

In 1980, Boise State University gave him the President's Award for Western Life and Letters "in appreciation of that portion of western life that he represents so effectively through his writings and activities. . . . He personifies service to western outdoor life."

Other items of memorabilia are preserved along with the author's awards. His antique Underwood typewriter, on which he composed his prose, is found here.

Also saved is his framed 1927 fishing license--the author's first, purchased for $2.00 when he was only 14.

Recognition continued long after Trueblood's death. The sketch reproduced above is from a poster for the Idaho Conservation League's 1989 conference on Idaho wildlands. The conference was dedicated to Trueblood's memory, a fitting tribute to a conservation champion.

A complete list of memorabilia is available in the Special Collections Department.

11:  Family papersReturn to Top

This series contains family papers collected principally by Ted Trueblood's mother, Elsie (Berry) Trueblood (1884-1972). Along with her own papers, they include school papers and juvenile writings of Ted Trueblood and his brother Burtt, miscellaneous records of her husband Cecil N. Trueblood, and personal papers of her brother Burtt B. Berry, her mother Glenn (Whitaker) Berry Korby, stepfather Jacob Korby, and grandparents Elijah C. and Mary Jane Whitaker. The series also contains some financial records of Ted and Ellen Trueblood and records of Trueblood Farms, Inc., formed by Ted Trueblood, his brother Burtt, and Elsie Trueblood to operate the family farm. The oldest items in the collection are papers of Elijah C. Whitaker. His papers include letters he wrote home during his Civil War service with the 51st Indiana Infantry in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and San Antonio, Texas.

Elsie Trueblood's own papers are the largest component of this series. A native of Edwardsport, Indiana, she came with her husband Cecil to Idaho in 1912 to homestead desert land in the community of Central Cove, near Homedale. Like her son, she was a prolific writer. Her papers include daily diaries for most years from 1944 to 1969 and numerous stories and essays. Most interesting from an Idaho perspective, though, are her manuscripts collectively entitled "Homestead Life." They are stories about her first three years in Idaho, when her home was a rude cabin in the unwatered sagebrush desert. Her accounts of homestead life are vivid and frank, and so are her memories of the loneliness she and other women experienced on their isolated desert homesteads. "Homestead Life" is a collection of chapters and vignettes in typescript and manuscript form, many in more than one version. Some are arranged in order with consecutive pagination; others stand alone.

Mrs. Trueblood's papers also include lists of her antiques, a baby book she kept about her son Ted, genealogical papers, a short letter written by pioneer Ezra Meeker (1921) about the Oregon Trail in Idaho, and detailed accounts of a trip to the East coast in 1945 to visit Ted and Ellen Trueblood. She and her husband drove across country, stopping to see numerous historical sites and visiting friends and relatives in Indiana they had not seen for more than thirty years. Preserved within the papers of her mother, Glenn Whitaker Berry Korby, is a pressed flower and lock of hair presented to her in 1876.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
Family papers
BoxFolder
611
Burtt L. Berry: Letters to Glenn Whitaker Berry
1909
612
Glenn Whitaker Berry Korby papers
1867-1942
613
Jacob Korby papers
1912-1921
614
Nicholson family
615
Cecil N. Trueblood papers
1898-1945
616
Cecil N. Trueblood: Obituaries and will
1952
617
Burtt B. Trueblood: Obituaries and clippings
1941 1983 1987
618
Burtt B. Trueblood: Juvenile papers
1928-1930
619
Ted Trueblood: Juvenile papers
1913-1931
6110
Ted Trueblood: Baby book
1913
6111
Ted Trueblood: School papers
1928
6112
Ted Trueblood: Senior class play
1931
6113
Ted and Ellen Trueblood: Ledger
1939-1940
6114
Ted and Ellen Trueblood: Income tax
1940 1974-1976
6115
Ted and Ellen Trueblood: Home mortgage
1951
6116
Ted and Ellen Trueblood: Miscellaneous
6117
Trueblood Farms: Articles of incorporation and bylaws
1963
6118
Trueblood Farms: Papers
1963-1972
6119
Trueblood Farms: Papers
1981-1983
6120
Elijah C. Whitaker: Civil War papers
1862-1966
6121
Elijah C. Whitaker: Miscellaneous papers
1854-1869
6122
Mary Jane Whitaker: Pension papers
1869-1908
Elsie Berry Trueblood papers
BoxFolder
621
Vital records and biographical information
622
Obituaries and funeral papers
1972
623
Genealogical papers
624
Family clippings
1944-1963
625
Correspondence: Burtt L. Berry (brother)
1908-1966
626
Correspondence: Burtt B. Trueblood (son)
1945-1967
627
Correspondence: Miscellaneous
628
Farm record
1963
629
Trips: Alaska
1955
6210
Trips: Indiana
1960
6211
Notes on family financial arrangements
circa 1971
6212
Nursing home accounts
1971
6213
Will and gifts
1954-1974
6214
Estate papers
1970-1974
6215
Antiques: Lists
6216
Ezra Meeker letter
1921
6217
Boise Junior Hostesses
6218
Homedale and Central Cove history
Writings by Elsie Berry Trueblood
BoxFolder
6219
History of Central Cove
1923
6220
Homestead Life
6221
Homestead Life
6222
Homestead Life
6223
Homestead Life: Manuscript: Prologue fragments
6224
Homestead Life: Manuscript: Titled episodes
6225
Homestead Life: Manuscript: Titled episodes
6226
Homestead Life: Manuscript: Titled episodes
6227
Homestead Life: Manuscript, pp. 11-14, 20-32
6228
Homestead Life: Manuscript, pp. 67-75
6229
Homestead Life: Manuscript: "No. 3"
6230
Homestead Life: Manuscript: "Third Year Started," pp. 1-5
6231
Homestead Life: Manuscript: "Aftermath," pp. 1-6
6232
Homestead Life: Manuscript: Fragments
6233
New York
1945
6234
Nithe Day To-day
1946
6235
Nithe Day To-day: Partial manuscript
6236
Nithe Day To-day: Fragments
6237
Possum Platter--That Ironstone Cake Stand--That Chamber Set
6238
Seven Days Makes a Weak Grandmother
6239
That Old Glass Bug Bit Me
6240
That Old Glass Bug Bit Me
6241
That Old Glass Bug Bit Me: Fragments
6242
A Trip to the East, 1945 (pp. 1-46)
6243
A Trip to the East, 1945 (pp. 47-62, 6871, 92-118, 120)
6244
A Trip to the East, 1945 (pp. 121-166)
Family papers
Box
63
Cecil N. Trueblood account book
1910
63
Elsie Trueblood travel diaries
2.0 volumes
1945
63
Elsie Trueblood diaries
9.0 volumes, incomplete
1944-1957
64
Elsie Trueblood diaries
13.0 volumes
1958-1969
64
Elsie Trueblood account book
1964
64
Elsie Trueblood account book
1971
65
Family memorabilia, listed separately
66
Books owned by Ted Trueblood, several with presentation inscriptions
66
Holy Bible (presented by his mother, 1934)
66
New Testament (presented by his grandmother, 1944)
66
Macbeth (Ted Trueblood, 1930)
66
Bible Stories for Young People (presented by his grandfather, 1919)
66
Riley Child-Rhymes (presented to Ted Trueblood by an aunt, 1918)
67-68
Family photographs

PeriodicalsReturn to Top

Ted Trueblood saved most of the periodicals in which his articles appeared; over 40 boxes of these magazines have been preserved in this series. The three major titles in the series are: Field & Stream, Elks, and True. Other titles which appear frequently are: Leica Photography, Pennsylvania Game News, and True's Hunting and Fishing Yearbooks. Some magazines are sparsely represented, but demonstrate the broad scope of Trueblood's publishing efforts: Sports Illustrated, Idaho Outdoor Digest, Sports Afield, Outdoor Life, The Idaho Guide, and Varsity.

This series catalogs over 500 articles written for Field & Stream magazine over a span of 35 years (from 1948-1982), most of them in a regular monthly column. Even those not interested in fishing and hunting will enjoy Ted's writing style. Speaking of the joys of owning a dog: "His usual procedure is to... bring [something] to me. Sometimes he brings a slipper. Sometimes he gets one of the youngsters' toys. He dances into the room as proudly as a boy with a new air rifle at Christmas." ( F&S, January 1955)

Additionally, Ted contributed 72 articles to True magazine over a 25 year span, and wrote 74 pieces for the True Hunting and Fishing Yearbooks. He published 121 articles in Elks magazine over 18 years. His descriptive power is evident in some of these articles: "The hillside dipped gently toward the west and long shafts of early-morning sunlight created patterns on the ground . . . although I was eager to start hunting, the beauty of the moment held me spellbound." ( Elks, November 1962) Any would-be outdoor writer or researcher will gain much from a survey of the 1000+ articles preserved in this series.

Note: In some instances, the Volume column (below) lists both volume and issue, i.e. 18,01 represents volume 18, issue 01. The Date column lists both date and month, i.e. 84/01 represents the first month (January) of 1984.

Container(s)DescriptionDates
VolumePage
2030
How To Track Down Trout
True's Fishing Year Book
Trout
821
Brook Trout--The West
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout
1733
Give Me A Fly Rod
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fly Fishing; Fishing Tackle
Shoes For Sportsmen
Gro Cord Adv.
Clothing And Dress
526
Silver Salmon (My Four Wonderful Days Of Mis
True's Fishing Yearbook
Salmon
536
Great Secret Of Easy Bait Casting
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing; Bait
11
Get Out Of The Rut
Fenwick Newsletter
Fishing
Fly Rods For Western Fishing
E.F. Payne Rod Co. Booklet
Fishing Tackle
To Cast A Fly
Sports Afield Booklet
Fly Fishing
261
Sly Tricks That Bag Ducks
True's Hunting Yearbook
Duck Hunting
1
Spinning Reel On A Fly Rod
Modern Spinning
Fishing; Fishing Tackle
2158
Whitefish Welcome To Early Spring
True's Fishing Yearbook
Whitefish
1044
Trout That Eat Salmon
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout
Hunting & Fishing Tips
Sutherland Paper
BSU Does Not Own
660
My Wonderful Substitute
True's Hunting Yearbook
Bird Hunting
628
How Far Can You Cast For No Fish
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing
18,01 7
Ernest Day
Pacific Northwest
Day, Ernest
84/01
17
Certain Idaho Trout
National Sportman
Trout
32/04
25,03
None
Field & Stream
20/07
None
Field & Stream
27/04
34,06
None
Field & Stream
29/10
66,03
Outdoor Life
30/09
36,02
None
Field & Stream
31/06
36,06
Field & Stream
31/10
17
Certain Idaho Trout
National Sportsman
Trout
32/04
38,11
Field & Stream
34/03
24
Fisherman's Dream
Fur-Fish-Game
Firearms
35/01
40,05
Field & Stream
35/09
40,08
Field & Stream
35/12
MISSING
Outdoor Life
38/04
61
Short Order Tackle Repairs
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
38/05
43,02 61
Streamside Tackle Repairs
Field & Stream
Fishing; Fishing Tackle
38/06
82,03 36
False Lure Of Far Away Fish
Outdoor Life
Fishing; Sawtooth Mountains; Middlefork Of The Boise
38/09
83,04 4
Outdoor Lifers
Outdoor Life
Trueblood, Ted
39/04
83,04 42
Lad Had The Secret
Outdoor Life
Bait; Fishing; Trout
39/04
83,06 21
Rainbows Over The Peaks
Outdoor Life
Trout; Buck Lake
39/06
84,05 36
Mountain Locked Trout
Outdoor Life
Trout; Jump Creek
39/11
44,07
Field & Stream
39/11
44,08 83
Pleuser
Field & Stream
Camping
39/12
44,09
Field & Stream
40/01
83,03 24
Foxy Grandpa Lost His Temper
Outdoor Life
Trout
40/03
45,03 180
Rearing A Family Of Thieves
Natural History
Magpies
40/03
102
Preparing For The Pack Trip
Field & Stream
Backpacking; Camping; Salmon River, Middle Fork
40/06
45,05
Field & Stream
40/09
88/06 38
Catching The Drummer In Action
Outdoor Life
Grouse; Photography; Trueblood, Ellen
40/10
45,07 20
Pacific Salmon On Plugs
Field & Stream
Salmon; Fishing; Salmon River, Middle Fork; Sulphur Creek; Prospect Creek; Rams- Horn Creek; Huckleberry Flats; Salmon River Wilderness; Brooks, Jep
40/11
45,08 20
Salmon Ways And Tackle
Field & Stream
Bait; Fishing; Salmon; Fishing Tackle Idaho
40/12
151
Whiskery Wood-Rat
Nature Magazine
Animals--Habitation
41/03
46,01 66
Photographing The Catch
Field & Stream
Photography; Fish
41/05
46,02 34
Hillbilly Trout Are Smart
Field & Stream
Trout; Fly Fishing; Salmon River, Middle Fork; Sulphur Creek; Madden, Frank; Madden, Jess
41/06
46,02 2
My Favorite Fishing (Native Trout) Dave Cook
Field & Stream
Trout
41/06
46,04 46
What Length Bait-Casting Rod?
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle; Bait
41/08
46,08 22
Murder In The Night
Field & Stream
Magpies; Bird Hunting; Deer Flat Reservoir; Snake River
41/12
88,06 33
Outdoor Life In Pictures
Outdoor Life
Hunting; Photography
41/12
11
Jumping Salmon Pix With Rph Story
Field & Stream
Salmon; Photography
42/06
47,03 9
Try Plugs For Big Trout
Field & Stream
Trout; Fishing; Fish Lake, Utah; Walker, Ralph
42/07
76
Everybody'S Tent
Field & Stream
Tents
42/08
90,04 28
Cutthroats Of The Cattle Country
Outdoor Life
Trout
42/10
91,02 52
High School Grouse (Picture Only)
Outdoor Life
Cameras; Hunting
43/02
48,01 92
Camp Ware Kit Info With Pix Of Wallpocket
Field & Stream
Camping
43/05
91/05 20
Woman'S Lore
Outdoor Life
Flies, Artificial
43/05
48,03 16
Squaws For The Duration
Field & Stream
Fish; Boise; Boise Valley; Montpelier; Bonners Ferry; Lower Boise River
43/07
48,05 22
Take Her Along
Field & Stream
Wife, Taking Her Hunting; Idaho; Trueblood, Ellen
43/09
92,04 36
Trout At Harvest Time
Outdoor Life
Trout
43/10
48,09 26
Two Men And One Salmon
Field & Stream
Salmon; Bait; Fishing; Salmon River, Middle Fork; Snake River
44/01
93,02 47
He Was About To Join The Army...
Outdoor Life
Fishing; Warm Lake
44/02
93/04 18
Game Warden'S Deer
Outdoor Life
Deer Hunting
44/04
49,03 11
Bass Persuasion Made Easy
Field & Stream
Bass; Bass Fishing
44/06
49,05 34
Bear Valley Pay Day
Field & Stream
Salmon; Bear Valley; Bear Valley Creek; Trueblood, Burtt; Trueblood, Ellen
44/09
49,06 96
When You Catch The Bottom
Field & Stream
Fishing
44/10
49,06 37
Marauders Of The North
Field & Stream
Pike
44/10
49,07 37
Royal Rainbows
Field & Stream
Trout; Steelhead
44/11
49,07 98
Learn From Your Luck
Field & Stream
Fishing
44/11
49,07 92
Big River Trout
Field & Stream
Trout; St. Mary'S River
44/11
49,08 35
Largemouths--U.S.A
Field & Stream
Large Mouth Bass; Roser, Andrew
44/12
49,09 38
Revolution In Bamboo
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
45/01
49,09 45
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
45/01
49,10 36
How Strong Are They?
Field & Stream
Fish
45/02
49,10 47
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
45/02
49,11 36
Landing Nets
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle; Barrett, Pete
45/03
11
Nothing But Luck
Field & Stream
Trout; Fishing; Owyhee River; Oregon, Eastern
45/04
40
Opening Day
Field & Stream
Trout; Fishing; Salt Lake City; Billingsly Creek; Corbett, Mack
45/04
42
Ed.'S Note On Lake Trout
Field & Stream
Trout; Fishing; Artificial Lures
45/05
Beginner'S Luck Parade
Pix Series
45/05
50,02 38
Wet Fly Tactics
Field & Stream
Trout; Fly Fishing; Boise River, Middle Fork; Barrett, Pete
45/06
50,03 36
Mid-Lake Bass Fishing
Field & Stream
Bass Fishing
45/07
50,03 44
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
45/07
321,03 19
They'Re Biting In 48 States
Argosy
Bass
45/07
50,04 24
Chinooks On Plugs
Field & Stream
Salmon; Bear Valley Creek; Trueblood, Burtt; Trueblood, Ellen
45/08
50,05 12
Refrigerated Rainbows
Field & Stream
Trout; Steelheads; Fishing; Pine Creek; Powder River; Snake River; Wildhorse Creek; Wakefield, Wallace
45/09
50,05 100
Bigmouth Ballistics
Field & Stream
Bass; Fly Fishing; Boise River; Bayliss, Hal; Brown, Clarence
45/09
322,01 5
Roughing It Smoothly
Argosy
Camping; Parker, Roy
45/09
50,06 28
On Location
Field & Stream
Trout; Fishing; Colorado
45/10
50,06 112
Fishing The Streamer Fly
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial; Fishing Tackle;
45/10
50,07 112
Pork-Rind Lure
Field & Stream
Bass Fishing; Fishing Tackle; Fishing Lures
45/11
50,07 118
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
45/11
50,08 118
Put It Away Right
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle Hollender, Fred
45/12
50,08 146
First Steps In Elementary Woodcraft
Field & Stream
Woodcraft
45/12
2
My Favorite Fishing
1000 Fishing/Hunting
Trout
46
137
Most Tempting Flies And Lures
Fishing Tackle Digest
Fishing Tackle; Artificial Lures; Flies, Artificial
46
Fishing In America
Field & Stream Portfolio
Fishing
46
Fishing In America
Field & Stream Portfolio
Fish
46
50,09 101
First Steps In Elementary Woodcraft
Field & Stream
Woodcraft
46/01
16,10 18
Nerves And The Shotgun
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/01
50,09 86
Cruising Trout
Field & Stream
Trout
46/01
50,10 132
Right Pix And Datum On Kit
Field & Stream
Camping
46/02
50,10 62
Last Season & Next
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing; Fishing; Artificial Lures Bayless, Hal; Dunham, Jack; Tallman, Jack
46/02
16,11 14
Rifle Fit Counts, Too
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/02
74
Debunking The Nature Fakers
Pic
Animals--Habitation; Wildlife Watching
46/03
50,11 64
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
46/03
50,11 52
How To Catch Carp
Field & Stream
46/03
16,12 11
Dry Snapping
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/03
17,01 16
What Is A Safe Rifle?
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/04
24,09 22
Dishonest After All
Sign
Pack Rats
46/04
50,12 20
Muskie Comeback
Field & Stream
Pike; Chantaugua Lake, N.Y.; Hencox, Cecil
46/04
50,12 60
Early Season Trout Catchers
Field & Stream
Trout; Fishing Tackle
46/04
50,12 150
First Steps In Elementary Woodcraft
Field & Stream
Woodcraft
46/04
40
Trapshooting-Homedale Club
Elks
Firearms
46/05
40
Outsmarting The Fish
Pic
Fishing; Fishing Tackle
46/05
51,01 73
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
46/05
51,01 62
Fly Casting Beyond 35 Feet--How And Why
Field & Stream
46/05
17,02 9
Tom Comes Back
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/05
51,02 36
Largemouth Bass
Field & Stream
Large Mouth Bass
46/06
17,03 13
Lead
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/06
25,01 48
Rod And Gun: Proposal Of Importance To Vete
Elks
Environmental Policy; Hunting; Fishing; Veterans
46/06
17
Debunking The Nature Faker
Reader'S Scope
Animals--Habitation; Wildlife Watching
46/06
51,03 108
First Steps In Elementary Woodcraft
Field & Stream
Woodcraft
46/07
17,04 19
Gun Care
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/07
51,03 50
Easy Does It
Field & Stream
Bass Fishing; Bayliss, Neighbor
46/07
17,05 12
Woodchuck Rifle
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/08
51,04 48
Dry-Fly Salmon
Field & Stream
Salmon; Fly Fishing; Tobique River, N.Y.
46/08
17,05 12
Woodchuck Rifle
Pennsylvania Game News
Varmints
46/08
25,03 48
Rod And Gun: Here Is Fishing So Good That Y
Elks
Trout; Fishing; Colorado; Sinatra, Frank; Hunter, Ed
46/08
48
Fishing In Colorado
Elks
Trout
46/08
51,04 60
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
46/08
17,06 14
Shot Size And Confidence
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/09
51,05 110
Walleye Wisdom
Field & Stream
46/09
51,05 118
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
46/09
51,06 124
Sandstone Chubs For Muskies
Field & Stream
Bait; Pike
46/10
17,07 23
More On Shot Size
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/10
51,06 129
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
46/10
Box
69
Rod And Gun: In South Dakota You Never Shoot at a Low Bird
Elks
Pheasants; Bird Hunting
October 1946
VolumePage
323,03 41
Pheasant Hunters' Paradise
Argosy
Pheasants; Bird Hunting
46/11
25,06 46
Rod And Gun: Bet You A Buck You Get A Deer
Elks
Deer Hunting;
46/11
51,07 122
Hitting The Tough Spots
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
46/11
17,08 20
Which Deer Rifle?
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/11
51,07 132
Questions And Answers
Field & Stream
46/11
17,09 14
Shotgun'S "Rear Sight"
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
46/12
51,08 26
Mule Deer Aren'T So Dumb
Field & Stream
Deer; Idaho; Saunders, Harp
46/12
Outdoors
Statewide
47
51,09 88
Pointers On Ice Fishing
Field & Stream
Fishing; Tallman, Jack
47/01
17,10 17
Plinking
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
47/01
17,11 24
Muzzles Up
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
47/02
25,09 12
Rod And Gun: For Some Reason, You Never See
Elks
Fishing; Tallman, Jack
47/02
51,10 37
Picture Hounds
Field & Stream
Cameras; Dogs; Big Creek; Dave Lewis Ranch; Snake Creek; Coski, Tom
47/02
25,10 13
Rod And Gun: When You Get Together An Army
Elks
Accidents; Hunting
47/03
17,12 24
Which Gauge?
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
47/03
51,11 56
Last Season & Next
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial; Fly Fishing; Tallman, Jack
47/03
51,12 80
Bucktail Tactics
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial
47/04
51,12 72
Leaders
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
47/04
18,01 16
Practical Accuracy
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
47/04
18,02 14
Great Misses I Have Made
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
47/05
18,02 14
Great Misses I Have Made
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
47/05
52,01 72
Dry Flies For The Beginner
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial; Fishing Tackle
47/05
52,01 53
Something For Nothing (The Sportsman'S $)
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Hardy, Tom; Martin, Henry
47/05
52,01 81
Three Aids For One-Armed Anglers
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle; Fishing; Allen, Lynn D.; Kobbe, William H.; Meyer, Karl
47/05
18,03 14
Mid-Summer Miscellany
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
47/06
12
Bass Fishing With Hatfield
Elks
Bass
47/06
26,01 30
Rod And Gun: Hatfield May Not Have Been A F
Elks
Bass; Bear River; Wakefield, Wallace; Hatfield; Davies, Ben
47/06
52,02 80
Beginner'S Corner
Field & Stream
47/06
52,03 40
Nipigon Heartbreak
Field & Stream
Trout; Pike
47/07
18,04 12
Kill'Em Clean
Pennsylvania Game News
Duck Hunting; Environmental Policy Day, Albert; Nichols, Bob
47/07
18,05 14
Sight Man On Sights
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms; Colorado, Denver; Tytegraff, Owen; Bruce, Bill
47/08
26,04 9
Rod And Gun: If You Want To Shoot A Muledee
Elks
Deer Hunting;
47/09
18,06 12
Let'S Just Kill One Limit
Pennsylvania Game News
Environmental Policy; Duck Hunting; Bird Hunting
47/09
28
Seeing Eye-Man
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing
47/10
18,07 17
Woes Of A Gunsmith
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
47/10
7
Rod And Gun: No Fishing Mcgillicuddy Was He
Elks
Fishing; Salmon River; Hunter, Ed
47/11
18,08 13
Which Choke?
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms; Bird Hunting; Holland, Ray; Nichols, Bob
47/11
01,06 40
Ice Fishing
Varsity
Fishing
47/12
18,09 22
Sighting In
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
47/12
10
Rod And Gun: Poor Mr. Trueblood Is Freezing
Elks
Duck Hunting; Mcquarrie, Gordon; Trueblood, Burtt; Tallman, Jack; Tallman, Marge
47/12
17,10 14
Informal--But Fun
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
48/01
17,11 21
Footwork In Wing Shooting
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms; Hunting
48/02
17
Rod And Gun: Varmint Is A Noxious Beast For
Elks
Varmints; Tytegraff, Owen; Wakefield, Wallace
48/02
01,09 49
New Gear For Fishing
Varsity
Fishing Tackle
48/03
17,12 14
That Post-War Dream Gun
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
48/03
22, 131 48
High Water Trout
True
Trout; Red River; New Mexico; Rio Grande; Colo.; Big Lost River, Id.; Lost River Valley; Jim Clark
48/04
19,01 23
Up Hill--Down Hill
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms; Hunting
48/04
7
Rod And Gun: Trout Season Opening In New Yo
Elks
Trout; Holland, Dan
48/04
01,10 38
Care Of Your Fishing Gear
Varsity
Fishing Tackle
48/04
19,02 12
That New Remington
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms; Hatcher, Julian; Barr, Al
48/05
41
Sportsman'S Diary
Field & Stream
Ted Trueblood/Diaries
48/05
01,11 43
Make Better Outdoor Photos
Varsity
Photography
48/05
01,12 26
Fly Fishing For Trout
Varsity
Trout; Fly Fishing
48/06
19,03 18
Why The .22 Long?
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
48/06
7
Rod And Gun
Elks
Fly Fishing; Trout
48/06
45
West (What Is Offers)
Field & Stream
Tourist Trade
48/06
43
Where To Go On Your Vacation (West)
Field & Stream
Tourist Trade
48/06
02,01 34
Plugging For Bass
Varsity
Bait; Fishing; Bass
48/07
19,04 18
Summer Wing Shooting
Pennsylvania Game News
Bird Hunting
48/07
23, 134 51
Lightning In The Sun
True
Tarpon; Panuco River, Mex.; Ten Thousand Is., Flor.; Everglades City; Tamiami Trail; H. Sedgwick; E. Allison; R. Holland; A. Ellis; D. Holland
48/07
6
Rod And Gun: There'S A New Hazard For Sport
Elks
"Spook" Fishing; Nuisance Fishermen; Rogue River, Oregon; Enis Riffle; Cole, R. G.
48/08
24
Answer To The Creel Problem
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Hunting
48/08
19,05 21
Shooting Power Vs Hitting Power
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
48/08
19,06 12
Practical Field Shooting Positions ...
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
48/09
10
Rod And Gun: Mr. Trueblood Can'T Stay Away
Elks
Duck Hunting; Saunders, Harp
48/10
19,07
None
Pennsylvania Game News
48/10
40
Job For Sportsmen
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Fishing
48/10
23, 138 56
Snook Have No Sense Of Humor
True
Snook; Gulf Of Mexico; Flor.; Chargres River; Canal Zone; Tamiami Trail; Naples, Flor.; R. Holland; D. Holland; Capt. J. Anderson
48/11
19,08 22
Hitting Pheasants
Pennsylvania Game News
Pheasants
48/11
99
Book Review
Field & Stream
Trout Trouble; Book Reviews
48/12
18
Rod And Gun; Hungarian Partridges Are Canny
Elks
Partridges; Balch, Glenn; Green, Fred J.
48/12
19,09 14
That Western Rifle
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
48/12
19,10
None
Pennsylvania Game News
49/01
Hunting Mule Deer
Osborne Calendar
Deer Hunting
49/01
02,04 43
How To Train A Hunting Dog
Varsity
Dogs
49/01
19,11 3
Job For Sportsmen
Pennsylvania Game News
49/02
22
Rod And Gun: For Action, Try Hooking A Tarp
Elks
Flies, Artificial; Tarpon; Fishing
49/02
24, 142 50
How To Catch Trout With A Broomstick
True
Trout; Portland, Ore.; St. Louis; Wash.; Calif.; M. Hedge; F. Hunter; P. Schwab; W. Backus; P. Frazier
49/03
19,12 19
Model 722 Remington
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
49/03
18
Rod And Gun: Spinning Has Advantages For Th
Elks
Fishing
49/04
02,05 32
Early Season Trout Catchers
Varsity
Trout
49/04
20,01 16
Thoughts On Lead
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms; Duck Hunting; Bird Hunting
49/04
Fly Fishing For Trout
Field & Stream Calendar
Fly Fishing; Trout
49/05
40
Rod And Gun: Trapshooting Foots The Bill Fo
Elks
Firearms
49/05
Fly Fishing For Trout
Field & Stream
Trout; Fly Fishing
49/05
35
Family Affair
Field & Stream
Bass; Owyhee Reservoir, Or
49/05
20,02 23
Bullet Performance
Pennsylvania Game News
Ammunition
49/05
20,03 21
Crow Shooting
Pennsylvania Game News
Bird Hunting; Environmental Policy
49/06
44
We Had To Go Eat
Field & Stream
Trout
49/06
True
49/06
20,04 18
Deer Rifle Sights
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms; Hunting, Deer
49/07
65
Perfect Camp
Field & Stream
Camping
49/07
11
Rod And Gun: Fortunately, Northern Pike Can
Elks
Pike; Cigar, Joe; Macdonald, Bill; Makook, John
49/07
20,05 26
Basement Target Shooting
Pennsylvania Game News
Firearms
49/08
47/08 12
Let'S Go Fishing
Successful Farming
Fishing; Fish; Catfish; Bass
49/08
43
Talk About Wind
Field & Stream
Wind; Fishing
49/08
20,06 25
More On Bullets
Pennsylvania Game News
Ammunition
49/09
47
Salmon For Mary
Field & Stream
Salmon
49/09
9
Rod And Gun: The Bold And Unpredictable Ruf
Elks
Grouse; Bird Hunting
49/09
20
Wall Of White
Elks
Hunting
49/10
14
Rod And Gun: For Aggravating--But, At Times
Elks
Steelhead; Fishing; Davies, Homer; Schwartz, Bill; Demotte, Jack
49/12
210
Your Camp Is What You Make It
True's Hunting Yearbook
Camping
50
12
Early Season Trout Catchers
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout
50
Outdoors
Statewide
50
236
Men And Mule Deer
True's Hunting Yearbook
Deer Hunting
50
44
How To Catch Trout With A Broomstick
True's Fishing Yearbook
50
122
Snook Have No Sense Of Humor
True's Fishing Yearbook
Snook
50
164
Pix--Color
True's Fishing Yearbook
Bonefish
50
26, 152 18
Verdict Is Up To The Fish
True
Flies, Artificial; Caldwell, Id.; Silver Creek; Sun Valley; Payette River; Boise River; Snake River; Providence, Rhode Is.; Sturbridge, Mass.; Salem, Ore.; Seattle; Muskegon, Mich.; San Francisco; Livingston, Mont.; Glen L. Evans; Lee Wulff; Reuben R. Cross; William H. Reynolds; Don Harger; Wesley L. Drain; Harold H. Smedley; Andor De Soos; Dan Bailey
50/01
28,09 18
Rod And Gun: Modern Varmint Hunter Is A Man
Elks
Varmints
50/02
28,11 20
Complete Angler--What Is Really Necessary
Elks
Fishing Tackle
50/04
28,12 14
Rod And Gun: Hunting With A Camera Is Sport
Elks
Photography
50/05
27, 157 34
50 Miles Of White Water
True
Salmon River; Id.; Boise; Sun Valley; Challis; Bingham County, Ut.; Bear Creek; Malad River; Hagerman; Missouri; Mellowjacket Mine; Big Creek; Grand Canyon; Brad Carrey Ranch; Salman City; Lake Pend D'Oreille; Joe Anderson; L.L. Anderson; Dr. R. G. Frazier; Helen Burstedt; Cougar Dave Louis; Hack Miller; Dan O'Connor; Sam Parrot
50/06
29,02 10
Rod And Gun: Cousin Alvin Thinks Like A Bas
Elks
Bass; Fishing
50/07
86
Meet Tt
Field & Stream
Photography
50/07
108
Trueblood Is Thicker Than Butter
Sports Afield
Family
50/08
29,04 16
Rod And Gun: Civilization By-Passed The Sag
Elks
Bird Hunting; Sagegrouse
50/09
04,26 32
Never Underestimate A Pheasant
Varsity
Pheasants
50/10
29,05 28
Bird For Everybody
Elks
Bird Hunting
50/10
29,06 14
Rod And Gun: Of All Western Quail, Ted Favo
Elks
Quails; Holland, Dan
50/11
Elks
50/12
9,12 24
Elk Hunt, Idaho
American Rifleman
Trueblood, Ted; Elk Hunting;
50/12
328
How To Shoot Them In The Eye
True's Hunting Yearbook
Deer Hunting; Elk Hunting;
51
Finding Fish
Field & Stream Calendar
Fish
51
238
50 Miles Of White Water
True's Fishing Yearbook
Salmon River
51
37
Upland Honey
True's Hunting Yearbook
Quails
51
16
Where To Find The Best Elk Hunting
Sports Afield Hunting
Elk Hunting
51
74
Get Sport From Carp
Sports Afield Fishing
Carp
51
254
How To Catch Trout With Bait
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout; Bait; Fishing
51
212
Sky High Trout (With Klotz)
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout
51
29,08 13
Rod And Gun: Cousin Alvin Never Left Third
Elks
Cookery
51/01
28, 165 54
Sport Beside The Rainbow
True
Whitefish; Boise River; Ut.; Colo.; Wyom.; Mont.; Id.; Ore.; Wash.; British Columbia; Boise, Id.; Payette River; Westchester County, New York; Vernon Morris; George Grebe; Pete Barrett; Dan Holland; Bob Stubblefield
51/02
31
Humane Wife Control
Sports Afield
Aids For Fishermen; Hunting
51/02
29,10 20
Rod And Gun: You Won'T Find Good Hunting &
Elks
Hunting; Fishing; Miller, Al
51/03
29,11 24
Catch Them On The Fly
Elks
Fly Fishing; Tarpon; Flies, Artificial; Florida; Quebec, Canada Brooks, Joe
51/04
57
How To Fillet A Fish
Field & Stream
Fish
51/05
58
Carp Fishing With Light Tackle
Sports Afield
Carp; Fishing Tackle
51/05
30,04 14
Rod & Gun: Planning A Big Game Hunt?
Elks
Hunting; Ford, Corey
51/09
32
New Theory On Flies & Leaders
Sports Afield
Flies, Artificial; Fishing Tackle
51/09
30,05 8
Armed For Big Game
Elks
Hunting; Firearms; Wooldridge, Glen
51/10
82
Which Shotgun Fits You? Part 1
Science & Mechanics
Firearms
51/10
100,4
National Geographic
51/10
29, 173 42
They'Re Not Called Accident Birds For Nothin
True
Partridges; Scandanavia; England; Mediteranean; Central Asia; Canada; Calgary; Alberta; Saskatchewan; Germany; Id.; Dan Holland; Fred J. Green; Al Miller
51/10
True
51/11
99
Which Shotgun Fits You? Part 2
Science & Mechanics
Firearms
51/12
True
51/12
339
Technique For Big Water Trout
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout
52
421
To Hell With The Elements
True's Hunting Yearbook
Clothing And Dress
52
20
More Fun With Crappies
Sports Afield Fishing
Crappie
52
362
We Bucked The Mighty Rogue
True's Fishing Yearbook
Rogue River, Oregon
52
436
That Wild Flavor
True's Hunting Yearbook
Cookery; Camping
52
316
Fine Art Of Worm Fishing
True's Fishing Yearbook
Bait; Fishing; Trout
52
30,08 14
Rod & Gun: How Can Those Ducks Keep Flying
Elks
Duck Hunting
52/01
46
Sport Beside The Rainbow (Whitefish)
True
Bait; Fishing; Whitefishes
52/02
30,10 10
Rod And Gun: Ted Offers Some Advice On Find
Elks
Boats And Boating; Rogue River; Wooldridge, Glen
52/03
30, 179 39
Challenge Of The Glass Rod
True
Fishing Tackle; Easton, Penn.; Bangor, Maine; New York; Texas; Seth Green; Reuben Wood; R. C. Leonard; Dr. George Parker Holden; Edward Fitzgibbons; Sameul Phillipi; H. L. Leonard; Jim Payne; William E. Edwards; Fred E. Thomas; Lew Stoner; E. C. Powell; R. W. Crompton; L.L. Dickerson; W. Jordan; A. Howald; M. Hedge
52/04
54
Wizard Of West Coast Flies
True
Flies, Artificial
52/04
30,11 22
Rod And Gun: Spring Has A Special Gift For
Elks
Trout
52/04
True
52/05
38
Break The Rules For More And Bigger Trout
Sports Afield
Aids For Fishermen; Trout
52/06
31,01 9
Rod And Gun: Cousin Alvin Is A Little Backw
Elks
Bass Fishing
52/06
9
Cousin Alvin Not Backward About Bass Fishing
Elks
Bass
52/06
34
Let'S Be Practical
Sports Afield
Aids For Fishermen; Fishing Tackle
52/08
31, 183 46
Bass Across The Country
True
Bass; Bass Fishing; Lake Okeechobee; Florida; Ore.; New York; Texas; Monticello; Selma, Alabama; Cedar Creek; Black Lake, Louisiana; Denison, Texas; Lake Texoma; Overton, Nevada; Lake Mead; Colo. River; Hoover Dam; George Lynch; John Taylor; C. W. Wynn; Johnny Callaway; Dick Taylor; Max Eggleston; Jim Fulton; Burtt Trueblood
52/08
28
Skip The Middle
Sports Afield
Aids For Fishermen
52/09
31,04 11
Rod And Gun: With His Change Of Pace And Si
Elks
Bird Hunting
52/09
True
52/10
31, 185 32
Artful Dodger Of The Open Spaces
True
Pheasants; Bird Hunting; Shanghai; Ore.; New York; Connecticut; Willamette Valley; Kamiah, New Jersey; New Hampshire; Nebraska; Id.; South Dakota; Snake River; Judge Denny; Admiral Hugh Rodman; Dr. J. F. Bridwell; Richard Bach; Govenor Wentworth; Al Miller; Ward M. Sharp; Ray Mcquire; H. Elliot Mcclure; Daniel L. Leedy; Lawrence E. Hicks; Clarence Brown
52/10
38
First Aid For Fly Fishermen
Sports Afield
Aids For Fishermen; Casting
52/10
31,05 18
Bears And I
Elks
Bears; Hunting; Mccoy, George
52/10
True
52/10
31,06 10
Rod & Gun: Ted Recalls Some Pheasant Hits
Elks
Pheasants
52/11
True
52/12
430
Christmas Is A Time For Big Trout
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout
53
446
Sport Beside The Rainbow
True's Fishing Yearbook
Whitefish
53
410
Smartest Fish That Swims (Browns)
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout
53
560
Aim For That Hole In The Woods
True's Hunting Yearbook
Bird Hunting
53
36
Specialized Fly Lines
Sports Afield Fishing
Fishing Tackle
53
462
Who Cares If You Ruin Your Tackle?
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing
53
442
Last Word On Leaders
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing Tackle
53
512
Those Bad Old Bays
True's Hunting Yearbook
Bird Hunting
53
31,08 32
Rod & Gun: Blue Grouse In Flight Can Test A
Elks
Grouse; Bird Hunting
53/01
31,10 11
Rod & Gun: Ted Gets Practical About What To
Elks
Clothing And Dress
53/03
32, 191 48
How Far Can You Cast For No Fish
True
Fishing; Peoria, Ill.; Herkimer'S Pond; St. Louis; Cleveland; Milwaukee; Muskegon, Wis.; San Francisco; Pasadena; Paterson, New Jersey; John Meyer; Sib Liotta; Charlie Schall; Bob Zens; Harold M. Smedley; Henry Fujita; Clem Forcade; Jon Tarantino; Jack Crossfield; Fred Mathis; Johnny Diekman; James A. Henshall
53/04
48/06 90
Bonefish--Salt Water Lightning
Mechanix Illustrated
Bonefish; Fishing
53/04
33,11 18
How To Take'Em By Spinning
Elks
Crappie; Fishing; Sutphin, Harry;
53/04
True
53/05
32, 192 52
Tarpon Of The Arctic
True
Fish; Kotzebue; Selawik Lake; Brooks Range; Selawik River; Wood River; Bristol Bay; Lake Atlin; Noatak River; Frank Glaser; Nelson Walker; Louie Rotman; Harry Brown; Charley Smith
53/05
33, 193 40
Wildest Shooting In The West
True
Magpies; Canada; Ariz.; N. Mex.; Wash.; Ore.; Calif.; Burtt Trueblood
53/06
32,01 22
Rod And Gun: You Don't Have To Be Uncomfort
Elks
Camping; Tents
53/06
38
My Favorite Spot
Field & Stream
Fishing; Owyhee Reservoir, Or
53/07
32,03 11
Rod And Gun: West Offers Any Kind Of Trout
Elks
Trout Fishing
53/08
26
Where To Catch Largemouth Bass
Sports Afield
Large Mouth Bass
53/08
32,04 14
Rod And Gun: There'S An Endless War Between
Elks
Game Warden; Poaching
53/09
32,05 7
Quiet Hunter!
Elks
Deer Hunting; Elk Hunting
53/10
32,06 9
Rod And Gun: Magnificent Midget
Elks
Quails; Bird Hunting
53/11
22
Hunt That Failed
Sports Afield
Deer Hunting; Elk Hunting
53/12
11
Which Fly?
Sports Afield Fishing
Flies, Artificial
54
526
My Four Wonderful Days Of Misery
True's Fishing Yearbook
Salmon
54
6 `4
Hunting The Easy Way
True's Hunting Yearbook
Hunting
54
32,08 13
Rod & Gun: Steelhead Fishing--Chilly But Re
Elks
Steelhead; Fishing
54/01
32,10 23
Rod And Gun: For Slower Winter Months, Crow
Elks
Bird Hunting Wissel, Clare
54/03
32,11 14
Fair Bait
Elks
Bait; Fishing; Fishing Tackle
54/04
34, 203 58
That Beautiful Dumbbell, The Brookie
True
Trout; Fishing; Island Park, Id.; Caledonia Springs, New York; Nipigon River; Newfoundland; Portland Creek; Fred Hollender; Seth Green; Bill Mcdonald; Dr. W. J. Cook; Dr. David Starr Jordan; Pete Barrett; Lee Wulff; Frank Frazee
54/04
49
Deep Stuff (Nymph Fishing)
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing; Flies, Artificial
54/05
34, 204 52
Great American Mystery Fly
True
Flies, Artificial; Grand Tetons; G. E. M. Skues
54/05
13
Ted Not Only Likes Bass, But He Knows Them
Elks
Bass
54/06
33,01 13
Rod And Gun: Ted Not Only Likes Bass, But H
Elks
Bass; Fishing
54/06
60
How To Make Fishermen
Field & Stream
Fishing
54/06
34, 206 24
There'S No Other Fish Like Salmon
True
Salmon; Portland Creek; Pete Barrett; Lee Wulff; Frank Frazee; Maurice Caines
54/07
56
Fly Line Tapers
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
54/07
49
Back Packing
Field & Stream
Backpacking
54/08
33,03 11
Rod And Gun: Panfish Can Be Caught Any Way
Elks
Crappie; Fly Fishing;
54/08
49
Alaskan Bird Hunting (Grouse)
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting; Grouse
54/09
34, 209 33
How To Fool Smart Ducks
True
Duck Hunting; Snake River; Silver Creek; Clayton Davidson
54/10
33,05 6
Hoofs With Wings
Elks
Hunting; Antelopes
54/10
71
October In The West
Field & Stream
Fishing; Hunting
54/10
62
Clothes For The Deer Hunter
True
Clothing And Dress
54/10
68
Farmer-Sportsman Cooperation
Field & Stream
Hunting
54/11
33,06 40
Rod And Gun: Ducks Don't Need To Be Told It
Elks
Duck Hunting; Snake River (Oregon)
54/11
46
Bugling For Elk In Idaho
Sports Illustrated
Elk Hunting
54/11
60
Smoothbore .22
Field & Stream
Firearms
54/12
636
Tarpon Of The Arctic
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fish
55
40
Funamentals Of Bait Casting
Sports Afield Fishing
Fishing; Bait
55
50
Dogs Are Fun
Field & Stream
Dogs
55/01
33,08 19
Rod & Gun: Ted Also Has Definite Ideas On C
Elks
Cookery
55/01
60
Sporting Manners
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing
55/02
72
Lesson In Axmanship
Field & Stream
Camping
55/03
33,10 15
Rod & Gun: One Day, Even When The Shooting
Elks
Hunting; Fishing; Conley, Clarey; Einsphar, Fred
55/03
59,12 70
Early-Season Fishing
Field & Stream
55/04
35, 215 38
With Their Muscles Sheathed In Silver
True
Shad; Monte Rio, Calif.; Russian River; Susquehanna River; Sacramento River; Columbia River; San Diego; Fort Wrangel, Alaska; Connecticut River; Bill Schaadt; Myron C. Gregory; David Starr Jordan; Joe Brooks; Tom Loving; J. P. Cuenin; Howard George; Clarence Rogers; Allen Curtis; Carl Ludemann
55/04
33,11 18
Bait Casting Techniques
Elks
Bait; Fishing
55/04
56
Flies And Lines: The Best For Trout
Sports Illustrated
Flies, Artificial; Fishing Tackle
55/04
76
Learn About Nature
Field & Stream
Geology; Botany; Camping; Fungi; Wildlife Watching
55/05
87
How To Select Fishing Tackle
Science & Mechanics
Fishing Tackle
55/06
35 No. 217 38
He Makes The Hottest Rod
True
Fishing Tackle Stoner, Lew
55/06
34,01 23
Rod & Gun: Ted Trueblood Tells Why He Would
Elks
Fly Fishing; Flies, Artificial
55/06
72
Keep Your Feet
Field & Stream
Clothing And Dress
55/06
3, 3 36
Camping Tips From Ted Trueblood
Sports Illustrated
Camping;
55/07
54
Tent Talk
Field & Stream
Camping; Tents
55/07
34,03 19
Rod & Gun: Small Boats Are As Safe As The M
Elks
Boats And Boating
55/08
92
How To Select Fishing Tackle
Science & Mechanics
Fishing Tackle
55/08
64
Outfitting For Big Game
Field & Stream
Clothing And Dress
55/09
64
Take Home Good Meat
Field & Stream
Hunting
55/10
34,05 20
How To Be A Goat Hunter
Elks
Rocky Mountain Goat; Hunting
55/10
39
Is Public Hunting Doomed
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Hunting
55/10
34
Influence Of Field And Stream On Tt At 12 Yrs
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing; Field And Stream
55/11
34,06 24
Rod & Gun: All Duck Hunter Are In The Proce
Elks
Duck Hunting
55/11
12
Duck Hunting & Christmas Shopping
Field & Stream
Duck Hunting
55/12
49
How To Catch Trout In Idaho
Idaho Guide
Trout
56
752
Great American Mystery Fly
True's Fishing Yearbook
Flies, Artificial
56
744
He Makes The Hottest Rod
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing Tackle Stoner, Lew
56
12
Boxes
Field & Stream
Camping
56/01
36
Mountain Blues
Field & Stream
Grouse
56/01
34,08 26
Rod & Gun: Sportman'S Camera Can Add To You
Elks
Cameras; Schwartz, Bill
56/01
12
Wet-Fly Tactics
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing; Flies, Artificial
56/02
14
Broiling Is Better
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
56/03
10
Put Them Back
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy
56/04
34,11 24
Wet Fly Tackle And Tactics
Elks
Fishing Tackle; Fly Fishing
56/04
36,227 32
Bass: The West'S Best Bet For Spring
True
Bass; Id.; Ariz.; N. Mex.; Nev.; Weiser, Id.; Willamette River; Snake River; Clearwater River; Clear Lake; Owyhee Reservoir; Wallace Wakefield; Jim Eidemiller; Ruth Clark; Jim Clark; Burtt Trueblood; R. W. Eschmeyer
56/04
61,01 86
Where To Catch More Fish
Field & Stream
56/05
61,01 16
Sportsmen'S Footwear
Field & Stream
56/05
35,01 21
Rod And Gun: Camping, With A Boat For Trans
Elks
Boats And Boating; Camping
56/06
10
How To Play Fish
Field & Stream
Fishing
56/06
22
The Right Spoon For Every Kind Of Game Fish
Elks
Artificial Lures
56/06
45
Your New Way To Reach More Fish
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing; Fishing Tackle
56/06
61,03 12
Casting Backwards
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing; California Steelhead Rivers; Bill Schaadt
56/07
61,04 36
Know Your Gun
Field & Stream
Firearms
56/08
61,04 14
Landing Fish
Field & Stream
Fishing; Fishermen; Fish
56/08
22
Bass: Night Fishing For Them In August
Elks
Bass
56/08
35,03 22
Rod & Gun: August Heat And Sunshine Are Fin
Elks
Bass; Bass Fishing
56/08
61,05 12
Make Sure You Missed
Field & Stream
Hunting
56/09
61,06 36
Know Your Gun
Field & Stream
Firearms; Tule Lake; Lower Klamath Wildlife Refuges; Hugh M. Worcester; Tom Horn; Ray P. Holland
56/10
35,05 10
Wonderful Journey
Elks
Animal Migration; Prophet Jeremiah; Mortensen, H. C.; Bertsch, Paul; Lincoln, Frederick C.
56/10
61,07 59
Make The Ducks Come To You
Field & Stream
Duck Hunting; Clayton Davidson; Sam Davis; Ralf Coykendall
56/11
61,07 40
Smart Stalking
Field & Stream
Deer Hunting
56/11
61,08 12
How To Dress And Cook Ducks
Field & Stream
Cookery
56/12
830
How To Fool Smart Ducks
True's Hunting Yearbook
Duck Hunting
57
79
Shotgunning In Uplands And Lowlands
Idaho Guide
Firearms; Bird Hunting
57
821
Where To Catch Big Brook Trout : The West
True's Fishing Yearbook
57
61,09 11
Winter Crow Shooting
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting; Clare Wissel
57/01
35,08 18
Rod & Gun: Ted Looks Back On Another Duck S
Elks
Duck Hunting
57/01
61,10 46
Winter Whitefish
Field & Stream
Whitefish; South Fork Of Payette River; Garden Valley, Id.; Utah; Id.; Ore.; Wash.; Mont.; Wyom.; Col.; British Columbia; Rob Donnely; Bud Coulter; Vern Morris; Bob Stubblefield
57/02
35,10 40
Rod & Gun: In The Remote North There Is The
Elks
Trout; Fly Fishing; Grayling;
57/03
38, 238 57
Kamloops--Trout That Eat Salmon
True
Trout; British Columbia; Pend Oreille Lake; Little River; Adams River; Squilax, Britsh Columbia; Spokane; Klamath River; Roderick L. Haig-Brown; Malachi Mcmahon; R. W. Little; Doug Robertson; Peter Barrett
57/03
61,11 60
High Rockies--Wildlife Fortress
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing; Tourist Trade; Id.; Wyom.; Mont.; Magic River; Johson Lake; Clark'S Fork; Snake River; Twin Falls; Clearwater Rivers; Henrys Lake; West Yellowstone; Yellowstone Natl. Park; Madison River; Hebgen Lake; Lewis And Clark; Don Martinez; Rory Calhoun
57/03
61,11 21
Teaching A Young Dog Old Tricks
Field & Stream
Dogs; British Columbia; Calif.; Alberta; Ray P. Holland; Jim Eidemiller
57/03
35,11 8
Spring Fever Fishing
Elks
Fishing
57/04
61,12 52
Accurate Casting Is Easy To Learn
Field & Stream
Fishing; Russian River; Duncans Mills; Jack Landree; Howard George; Myron C. Gregory; Paul N. Jones
57/04
38, 239 36
Leaping Leviathans
True
Fishing; Sturgeon; Fraser River; British Columbia; Snake River; Payette, Id.; Boise, Id.; Columbia River; Bonneville Dam; Arena Valley; Wilder, Id.; Adrian, Ore.; Willamette River; Nampa, Id.; Hell'S Canyon; Klamath River; Clare Shaw; Julius Paul; Steve Paul; Willard Cravens; Wallace Wakefield; Arville Smith; Elon P. Close; Myron C. Gregory
57/04
35,12 17
Rod & Gun: Sportsman Needs Only His Gun And
Elks
Hunting; Stilwell, Hart; Lindsey, A.L.
57/05
62,01 58
Live Bait For Trout
Field & Stream
Bait; Fishing; Trout; Jack Jennings; Courtney Riley Cooper
57/05
36,01 22
Rod & Gun: There Is The Right Spoon For Eve
Elks
Tarpon; Artificial Lures; Holland, Dan
57/06
62,02 14
Trouble On The Water Is Easy To Avoid
Field & Stream
Boats And Boating; Fishing
57/06
62,02 50
Camp And Boat In Comfort
Field & Stream
Boats And Boating; Camping; Owyhee Reservoir; Dan Trueblood; Jack Trueblood; Ellen Trueblood
57/06
62,02 42
Learning To Cook
Field & Stream
Cookery Horace Kephart
57/06
62,03 14
Trouble On The Water Is Easy To Avoid
Field & Stream
Water Safety; Hugh Grey; Jim Eidemiller
57/07
38
Reasons For Using Fly Tackle For Bass
Elks
Bass; Flies, Artificial; Fishing Tackle
57/08
True
57/08
62,04 14
My 6-Ounce Bench Rest
Field & Stream
Firearms; Alberta; Alvin Guinn
57/08
36,03 38
Rod And Gun: There Are Several Reasons For
Elks
Bass; Fishing Tackle; Fly Fishing; Lake Oleechobee, Florida; Eidemiller, Jim
57/08
62,05 18
Taking Trout In The Fall
Field & Stream
Trout
57/09
34
Meadow Stream--Don't Pass Up The Meadow Stre
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout
57/09
62,05 52
Reward For Virtue
Field & Stream
Elk Hunting; Mccall, Id.; Chamberlain Basin; Pup Creek; Deer Creek; Dog Creek; Quaking Aspen Springs; Slim Horn; Ellen Trueblood
57/09
18
Steelhead On The Fly
Field & Stream
Steelhead
57/10
36,05 10
Hunting Marksmanship
Elks
Firearms
57/10
16
Why Be A Sportsman?
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Hunting
57/11
36,07 24
Rod And Gun: Ted Is One Sportsman Who Refus
Elks
Winter Activities;
57/12
18
Wait Till Shooting Time
Field & Stream
Duck Hunting
57/12
948
Fat, Sassy And Plentiful
True's Fishing Yearbook
Whitefish
58
18
Idaho Big Game Hunting
Idaho Guide
Hunting
58
934
Beat The Cold
True's Hunting Yearbook
Clothing And Dress
58
12
Watch Your Step
Field & Stream
Hunting
58/01
42
Don't Let Phantoms Spoil Your Sport
Field & Stream
Camping; Hunting; Fishing; Insects
58/02
36,09 17
Rod And Gun: Why I Quit Fishing (For Sturge
Elks
Sturgeon; Fishing; Snake River, Idaho
58/02
16
Heads For Shooting
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
58/03
29,03
None
Pennsylvania Game News
58/03
36,11 10
Spring Is The Time For Trout
Elks
Trout
58/04
72
Fishing'S Toughest Problem
Field & Stream
Fishing; Fishing Tackle
58/04
16
Nymphs Are Easy
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial
58/04
36,12 15
Rod And Gun: You Can'T Catch Them All
Elks
Environmental Policy; Bass; Wilson, Charlie; Waters, Doc; Morrison, Jack
58/05
61
Cars For Sportsmen
Field & Stream
Automobiles
58/05
12
Mushroom Bonus
Field & Stream
Fungi;
58/05
20
Cook Camp Meals In Minutes
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
58/06
37,02 15
Rod And Gun: Sierra Goldens
Elks
Trout; Golden Trout Creek, California; Klotz, Al; Morgan, Charles
58/07
39, 254 58
New Shangri-La For Anglers
True
Trout; Bridger Wilderness Area; Wind River Mts.; Pinedale, Wyom.; Great Salt Lake; Elbow Lake; Summit Lake; Island Lake; Freemont Creek; Titcomb Basin; Dan Holland; Glidden Mcneel; Jim Bridger; Lee Hokensan; Paul Mcneel
58/07
32
Buy That New Gun Now
Field & Stream
Firearms
58/07
39, 255 60
Sailfish Of The North--Grayling
True
Fly Fishing; Grayling Lac La Ronge; Careen Lake; Saskatchewan; Clearwater River; Missouri River; Alberta; British Columbia; Yukon; Alaska; Northwest Territort; Tanana River; Fairbanks; Gulkana River; Salmon Lake;Blacklake; Norm Ferrier, Sir John Richardson; Frank Glaser; Ray Woolford; Chuck Gray;
58/08
16
Foiling Game'S Keen Nose
Field & Stream
Hunting
58/08
20
Pack For Hunters
Field & Stream
Backpacking; Hunting
58/09
37,04 13
Rod And Gun: Ruff In The West
Elks
Bird Hunting; Grouse
58/09
37,05 10
Spell Of The High Country
Elks
Hunting; Bighorned Sheep; Guinn, Alvin
58/10
39, 257 42
Best Meal I Ever Ate!
True
Cookery; Dinners And Dining; Kit Carson; Jim Bridger; Don Hill
58/10
40
What Game Tracks Reveal
Field & Stream
Hunting;
58/10
20
Mr. Trueblood Builds His Doghouse
Field & Stream
Dogs
58/11
14
Sportsmen At Work
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Hunting
58/12
37,07 11
Rod And Gun: Trueblood'S Laws Of Duck Hunti
Elks
Duck Hunting; Conley, Clare
58/12
12,01
Leica Photography
59
1044
Trout That East Salmon
True's Fishing Yearbook
59
1028
Best Meal I Ever Ate
True's Hunting Yearbook
Cookery; Camping
59
12,02
Leica Photography
59
12,03
Leica Photography
59
12,04
Leica Photography
59
35
You Can Fish The Year Around In Idaho
Idaho Guide
Fishing;
59
12
Winter Steelhead
Field & Stream
Steelhead
59/01
38
People You Meet
Field & Stream
Tourist Trade; Fishing
59/02
40, 261 37
Ordeal For A Subzero Lion
True
Hunting; Cougars; Middle Fork Of Salmon River, Id.; Bernard Creek; Little Loon Creek; Grouse Creek; Norton Creek; Camas Creek; Aparejo Creek; Rob Donley; Pat Reed; Dick Kennentt; Tom Coski; Stanley P. Young; Edward A. Goldman
59/02
40,262 46
Fish Of Misery And Glory
True
Steelhead; Fishing; Rogue River; Klamath River; Frazer River; Columbia River; Quinault Queets; Hoh River; Bogachiel; Olympic Natl. Park; Alsea; Nestucca River; Silentz River; Eureka, Calif.; Eel River; Clare Conley; Francis H. Ames; David Starr Jordan; C. Jim. Prey; Bill Schaadt; Harry Hornbrrook; Ray Mcpherson;
59/03
62,04 18
Bags & Baggage
Field & Stream
Luggage
59/03
40, 263 41
Magic Tricks Of Catching Fish
True
Fly Fishing; Livingston Manor, New York; Catskill'S; Bemis Point; Gardiner, Mont.; West Yellowstone; Chautauqua Lake; Richmond, Calif.; Big Hole River; Livingston, Mont.; Harry Darby; Jack Carlson; Gary Howells; Dan Bailey; Pat Barnes; Dan Holland; Merton Parks
59/04
37,11 10
Flurry Of Spray
Elks
Sheefish Glazer, Frank; Walker, Nelson
59/04
20
Little People
Field & Stream
Wildlife Watching
59/04
37,12 8
Rod And Gun: Bad Shad
Elks
Shad; Fishing; Russian River, California; Schaadt, Bill; Gregory, Myron C.
59/05
54
Why I Went Bugs Again
Field & Stream
Bass
59/05
38,01 10
Restful Fish
Elks
Crappie
59/06
18
Knife & Ax--Your Indispensable Tools
Field & Stream
Knives
59/06
57
Best Fishing In America
Field & Stream
Trout
59/06
14
Taking The Mystery Out Of Sourdough
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
59/07
14
Going Alone
Field & Stream
Hunting; Camping
59/08
52
How To Be A Better Wingshot
Field & Stream
Firearms
59/09
22
Art Of Seeing Game
Field & Stream
Hunting;
59/09
38,04 8
Rod And Gun: Silvery Migrants
Elks
Steelhead; Fish--Migration
59/09
38,05 8
On The Trail Of Mule Deer
Elks
Deer Hunting
59/10
16
How To Freeze And Like It
Field & Stream
Cookery
59/10
38
Pocket Stuff
Field & Stream
Hunting
59/11
36
Butchers With Bows And Arrows
True
Ghost Writing
59/11
16
You Don't Have To Go So Far
Field & Stream
Fish
59/12
38,07 14
Rod And Gun: Ducks Are Difficult
Elks
Duck Hunting;
59/12
38
Revolution In Bass Flies
Field & Stream
Bass; Flies, Artificial
59/12
13,01
Leica Photography
60
1144
I Shot A Moose--Never Again
True's Hunting Yearbook
Hunting; Moose
60
1134
How To Cast Like A Pro
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing
60
13,04
Leica Photography
60
13,02
Leica Photography
60
13,03
Leica Photography
60
12
Why Suffer?
Field & Stream
Clothing And Dress
60/01
16
Great Fly-Line Mystery
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
60/02
38/09 16
Rod And Gun: Cat Of Many Tales
Elks
Hunting; Cougars; Young, Stanley; Goldman, Edward; Seton, Ernest Thompson
60/02
20
Ever Try Panning For Gold?
Field & Stream
Gold Mines And Mining
60/03
41,275 44
Worm Turns Plastic
True
Fishing Tackle; Puerto Rico; Hawaii; Florida; Bill Schwartz; Pete Barrett; Charley Burke; Dave Delong; Nick Creme; Bill Norton; Ed Ward; Bill Brown
60/04
20
Fishing--Luck Or Skill
Field & Stream
Fishing
60/04
38,11 10
On Finding Trout
Elks
Trout; Red River, New Mexico;
60/04
18
Off The Pavement
Field & Stream
All Terrain Vehicles
60/05
38,12 12
Rod And Gun: Geared For Camping
Elks
Camping
60/05
39,01 10
Queen Of The Rivers
Elks
Carp
60/06
16
Quantity Vs Quality
Field & Stream
Fishing
60/06
8
More On Bass Flies
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial
60/07
39,03 12
Rod And Gun: Mysterious Smallmouth
Elks
Smallmouth Bass
60/08
10
That Wonderful Dutch Oven
Field & Stream
Dutch Oven Cookery
60/08
52
Day On Fluster Flat
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting
60/09
24
How To Sit Still
Field & Stream
Hunting
60/09
39,05 10
Wild, Wild Pheasant
Elks
Bird Hunting; Pheasants
60/10
50
I Don't Want To Kill A Deer
Field & Stream
Deer Hunting
60/10
10
Must The Salmon River Die?
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Fishing; Hunting; Salmon River
60/10
32
How To Hunt Elk
Field & Stream
Elk Hunting
60/11
39,06 13
Rod And Gun: Art Of Wing Shooting
Elks
Firearms
60/11
22
Christmas Hunt
Field & Stream
Duck Hunting
60/12
1245
Solved-The Great Steelhead Mystery
True's Fishing Yearbook
Steelhead
61
1244
Blue Grouse Think They'Re Mountain Goats
True's Hunting Yearbook
Grouse
61
14,03
Leica Photography
61
14,04
Leica Photography
61
14,02
Leica Photography
61
14,01
Leica Photography
61
14
Winter Steelhead Tackle
Field & Stream
Steelhead
61/01
39/08 8
Rod And Gun: Pictures That Got Away From Me
Elks
Photography; Bayghman, Jim
61/01
16
Faith, Hope, & Success
Field & Stream
Fishing; Atlantic Salmon
61/02
39,10 14
Rod And Gun: Reservoirs Of Fish
Elks
Fishing; Dams; Lake Mead; Eggleston, Max; Fulton, Jim
61/03
42,286 56
How To Con Canny Crows
True
Bird Hunting; Westchester County, New York; Connecticut; Clare Wissel; Ray P. Holland
61/03
10
Choosing A Campsite
Field & Stream
Camping
61/03
5
Camp Outfit For The Back Country
Field & Stream
Camping
61/03
42,287 34
I Found The Steelhead Shangri-A
True
Steelhead; Fishing; Eel River; Klamath River; Rogue River; British Columbia; San Francisco; Clare Conley
61/04
39,11 12
Cold Water Fishing
Elks
Fishing Hewitt, Ed
61/04
16
Future Of Trout Fishing
Field & Stream
Trout
61/04
26
Fly Lines Made Easy
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
61/05
14
Tall But True
Field & Stream
Fishing
61/06
40,01 10
Rod And Gun: Take Your Tackle To The Conven
Elks
Fishing; Fishing Tackle; Tarpon; Snook; Miami Beach; Lake Okeechobee; Tamiami Trail; Holland, Dan; Brooks, Joe
61/06
10
10 Commandments Of Forest Fire Protection
Field & Stream
Fires; Firefighters
61/07
40,03 11
In August, You Earn Them
Elks
Trout; Fishing; Holland, Dan; Barrett, Pete
61/08
12
Man Dishes
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
61/08
20
Hunter'S Bed
Field & Stream
Camping
61/09
26
Outwitting The Sneaky Ringneck
Field & Stream
Pheasants
61/10
40,05 6
Day With Huns
Elks
Partridges; Dobson, Ben; Miller, Al
61/10
36
For The Boy Just Starting Out
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing
61/11
40,06 11
Rod And Gun: Handsome & Smart: The Valley
Elks
Quails; Bird Hunting
61/11
18
How Not To Train Hunting Dogs
Field & Stream
Dogs
61/12
1390
Sly Foes For The Good Hunt
True's Hunting Yearbook
Hunting
62
4
Tips On Pheasant Hunting In Idaho
Idaho Guide
Pheasants; Bird Hunting
62
15,01
Leica Photography
62
15,02
Leica Photography
62
15,03
Leica Photography
62
1354
To Hell With Light Tackle
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing Tackle
62
40,08 12
Rod And Gun: Which Waters Do You Fish?
Elks
Boats And Boating; Fishing
62/01
12
Off-Season Camping
Field & Stream
Camping
62/01
20
Everything But A Limit
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting
62/02
56
Poor Man'S Horse
Field & Stream
Hunting; Motorcycles
62/02
20
Foiled Again
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
62/03
40,10 16
Make Mine Dry
Elks
Fly Fishing
62/03
Oregon Wildlife
62/04
40,11 12
Rod And Gun: Think Twice (Retirement)
Elks
Hobbies; Fishing; Hunting
62/04
18
Trout Fishing In Depth
Field & Stream
Trout
62/04
43,299 52
How To Choke A Trout To Death
True
Trout; Fishing; Flies, Artificial; Yellowstone; Westchester County, New York; Livingston, Mont.; Henrys Lake; Gardiner, Mont.; South Fork Of The Snake River; Gods River,Manitoba; Dan Bailey; Merton Parks; Joe Brooks; Per Holting; Gary Howells
62/04
12
Bass Fishing In Depth
Field & Stream
Bass
62/05
14
Involuntary Bird Watching
Field & Stream
Wildlife Watching
62/06
41,01 26
Rod And Gun: Dining Out
Elks
Cookery
62/06
26
Dining Out
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
62/06
14
After You Catch Them
Field & Stream
Crappie
62/07
43,303 42
Discovering The Secret Of The Spurned Stripe
True
Bass; Fishing; Winchester Bay; Reedsport, Ore.; Salmon Harbor; Hudson River; Promontory Point, Ut.; Navesink River; Shrewsbury River; Mission Bay; Umpqua; Vineyard Sound, Mass.; Coos Bay; Hobe Durbin; Harry Ludwig; Genio Scott; Livingston Stone; Steven R. Throckmorton; J. G. Woodbury; Raymond N. Breuser; Leon D. Adams; Ira Sturdivant
62/08
16
Test It First (Gear)
Field & Stream
Firearms; Clothing And Dress; Camping
62/08
41,03 16
Rod And Gun: For More Game--Shhh!
Elks
Hunting
62/08
16
You Need A Scapegoat
Field & Stream
Firearms
62/09
24
Quiet Please
Field & Stream
Hunting
62/10
16
Deceptive Dove
Field & Stream
Partridges
62/11
41,06 14
Rod And Gun: West: Good For Grouse
Elks
Grouse
62/11
10
Other Values
Field & Stream
Wildlife Watching; Duck Hunting
62/12
43,307 108
Escape To Riches
True
Fishing Tackle; South Branch Of Michigan'S Pine River; Midland, Mich.; England; Iceland; New Zealand; Alaska; Africa; Id.; Mont.; Leon Martuch; Clare Harris
62/12
14
Idaho Outdoor Women
Idaho Guide
Elk Hunting; Trueblood, Ellen
63
39
Fishing: Island Park Village
Idaho Guide
Trout; Fishing; Henrys Lake; Trurblood, Burtt
63
16,01
Leica Photography
63
1455
Sly Tricks That Bag Ducks
True's Hunting Yearbook
Duck Hunting
63
16,03
Leica Photography
63
1426
Spin Or Bait Casting?
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing Tackle; Bait; Fishing
63
16,02
Leica Photography
63
14
Art Of Flippery
Field & Stream
Hunting
63/01
41,08 11
Rod And Gun: Winter Fishing
Elks
Fishing; Gardiner, Montana; Russian River, California; Miller, Al; Chapman, Scotty; Parks, Mert; Good, John; Erickson, Harry
63/01
16
Thinks I Could Kick Myself For
Field & Stream
Fishing; Cookery;
63/02
41,10 27
Rod And Gun: Sad Sad Truth
Elks
Fishing; Jones, C. W.; Adams, Ed; Bailey, Dan; Espinoza, Joe; Van Dyke, Henry
63/03
22
Cold Weather Trout
Field & Stream
Trout
63/03
26
How To Hide The Truth
Field & Stream
Fishing
63/04
47
Wilderness Reward
Field & Stream
Wilderness Areas; Bob Marshall Wilderness, Mt; Bob Marshall Wilderness Area
63/04
43
Rough & Ready Feather Merchants
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial; Fishing Tackle
63/05
24
Flies For Sophisticated Trout
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial
63/05
24
Vacation Clothes
Field & Stream
Clothing And Dress
63/06
16
Trueblood Kicks Again
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle; Fly Fishing
63/07
36
Too Many Elk
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Hunting
63/07
14
Most Delightful Fishing
Field & Stream
Fishing; Fly Fishing
63/08
24
Take It Easy
Field & Stream
Hunting
63/09
44
Know Your Grouse
Field & Stream
Grouse
63/09
16
Steelhead Fly Fishing
Field & Stream
Steelhead
63/10
44,317 42
New Eye'S For Pistols
True
Firearms; Jenkintown, Penn.; Port Angeles, Wash.; Phil Fairbanks; Paul Jaeger; Phil Sharpe; Al Goerg; Jim Pearson; H. L. Jones
63/10
16
Advice To Cooks
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
63/11
16
Hunting In The Snow
Field & Stream
Hunting
63/12
17,03
Leica Photography
64
17,02
Leica Photography
64
17,01
Leica Photography
64
16
Now Is The Time
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Elk Hunting;
64/01
16
Cooking Kits
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
64/02
24
How To Choose A Fishing Rod
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
64/03
24
Troublesome Trifles
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing
64/04
60
Lake That Turns Fish Stories Into Fact
True
Trout
64/04
24
Low-Down Fly Line
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
64/05
24
Promise Of The North
Field & Stream
Fishing; Camping
64/06
27
Sonic Fish Dog
Field & Stream
Fishing
64/07
16
Water Temperature: Key To Fishing
Field & Stream
Fishing; Fishing Tackle
64/07
16
First Steps In Wing Shooting
Field & Stream
Firearms
64/08
24
How To Call Crows, Coyotes, Dogs & Children
Field & Stream
Hunting
64/09
53
Education Of Ruff
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting; Grouse
64/09
24
How To Hunt Chukars
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting; Chukar Partridge
64/10
10
Decision In Oregon
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Fishing; Salmon
64/11
38
Let'S Kill Off More Ladies-Now
True
Deer Hunting
64/11
True
64/11
16
Wild, Free Days
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting
64/12
42
Daniel Boone Had Sporty Shooting
True
Muzzle Loading Firearms
64/12
42
Daniel Boone Had Sporty Shooting, But
True
Bird Hunting
64/12
18,01
Leica Photography
65
1646
How To Track Down Trout
True's Fishing Yearbook
Trout
65
24
Idaho Mushrooms Attract Amateurs & Pros
Idaho Guide
Fungi Smith, Alexander; Harrison, K. A.; Thiers, Harry; Hawker, Lillian
65
18,03
Leica Photography
65
26
You Can'T Exaggerate Sturgeon Fishing
Idaho Guide
Sturgeon; Fishing
65
12
Toward Season'S End
Field & Stream
Duck Hunting
65/01
52
Day The Bass Tried To Kill Us
True
Bass
65/02
30
Luck
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing
65/02
18
How To Do Something About It
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Fishing
65/03
28
Close Look At Predator Control
Field & Stream
Public Welfare; Hunting; Environmental Policy; Coyotes
65/04
24
Fish Is A Fish
Field & Stream
Fishing
65/05
24
Campfires
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping; Fires
65/06
22
Hot-Weather Bass
Field & Stream
Bass
65/07
70,04 14
Is That So!
Field & Stream
Dogs
65/08
44
Coho Cure For Fishing Frustration
True
Salmon
65/09
34
Hunting Clothes
Field & Stream
Clothing And Dress
65/09
28
Covey Birds
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting
65/10
20
Fundamentals Of Deer Hunting
Field & Stream
Deer Hunting
65/11
16
Advice To Relatives Or Hand This To Your Wif
Field & Stream
Gifts; Hunting; Fishing
65/12
1744
Meet Your Muley Halfway
True's Hunting Yearbook
Deer Hunting
66
10
We Can Save Our Salmon & Steelhead
Idaho Guide
Environmental Policy; Fishing; Salmon; Steelhead
66
1732
Give Me A Fly Rod
True's Fishing Yearbook
66
19,02
Leica Photography
66
19,03
Leica Photography
66
19,01
Leica Photography
66
56
Wildflowers Of Idaho
Idaho Guide
Wild Flowers;
66
16
Tricks Fit To Be Tied
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial
66/01
58
Game Bird That Lives West Of Nowhere
True
Bird Hunting; Grouse
66/02
26
Tips On Wading
Field & Stream
Fishing
66/02
26
A Little Learning
Field & Stream
Duck Hunting; Fungi; Geology; Insects
66/03
4
Spring Dinner, Huge Success
Random Casts
Flyfishing
66/03
49
Misplaced Salmon Of Hosmer Lake
Field & Stream
Salmon
66/03
68
Big Trout Controversy
Field & Stream
Trout; Fly Fishing; Environmental Policy
66/04
24
Fishing With Al Mcclane
Field & Stream
Fishing; Mcclane, Al
66/04
64
Maverick Gunmaker And His Greatest Gamble
True
66/05
71,01 24
Fly Fishing For Trout In Lakes
Field & Stream
Trout
66/05
20
Everybody Should Catch A Big Fish
Field & Stream
Fishing; Sturgeon
66/06
48
8 Million New Yorkers Can'T Be Wrong . . .
True
66/06
16
Tents
Field & Stream
Tents
66/07
16
Reservoir Bass
Field & Stream
Bass
66/08
22
Reloader In The Family
Field & Stream
Firearms
66/09
64
Pheasant Is A Clever Bird
Field & Stream
Pheasants; Hunting
66/09
26
Awakening Giant
Field & Stream
Legislative Bodies; Environmental Policy
66/10
71,07 28
Very Easy Birds To Miss
Field & Stream
Quails; California; Cravens, Willard;
66/11
71,08 20
Cooking Game
Field & Stream
Cookery
66/12
20,03
Leica Photography
67
44
Grangeville Area--Key To The Lochsa!
Idaho Guide
Hunting; Fishing
67
48
Riggins, Idaho, On The Salmon River
Idaho Guide
Riggins; Fishing; Hunting Riggins, Idaho;
67
1835
Make Mine Smallmouths, Anytime!
True's Fishing Yearbook
Smallmouth Bass
67
20,01
Leica Photography
67
20,02
Leica Photography
67
1846
Keep On The Move For Muleys
True's Hunting Yearbook
Deer Hunting
67
20
What Do We Do Now?
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting; Fishing; Coyotes
67/01
42
18 Years With The Same Canoe
Field & Stream
Boats And Boating
67/01
24
Happy Times
Field & Stream
Camping; Fishing; Family Life;
67/02
20
Which Knife?
Field & Stream
Knives
67/03
26
Natural Bait For Trout
Field & Stream
Bait; Fishing; Trout
67/04
62
Wall To Wall Trout Beneath The Southern Cros
True
Trout
67/04
24
You Can'T Cook A Fish Too Soon
Field & Stream
Cookery, (Fish)
67/05
50
You Don't Have To Own An Airplane
Field & Stream
Airplanes; Hunting
67/06
46
Why I Love To Fish For Crappies
True
Crappie
67/06
18
It Pays To Dye
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle; Fishing
67/06
10
Crisis On The Columbia
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Fishing; Steelhead; Salmon
67/07
22
Don't You Believe It
Field & Stream
Fishing; Fish; Fishing Tackle
67/07
22
Fishing The Big Ones
Field & Stream
Fishing
67/08
16
One Day One Antelope
Field & Stream
Antelopes; Hunting
67/09
10
Look What They'Re Doing To Your Land
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Fishing; Public Lands
67/10
46
Bird From California
True
Bird Hunting
67/10
32
10 Rules For Mule Deer
Field & Stream
Deer Hunting
67/10
26
Matching Wits With Elk
Field & Stream
Elk Hunting
67/11
58
My Funny, Faithful Four-Footed Friends
True
Dogs
67/12
12
Gifts That Last A Lifetime
Field & Stream
Gifts; Firearms; Fishing Tackle; Flies; Artificial
67/12
True's Fishing Yearbook
68
21,01
Leica Photography
68
21,02
Leica Photography
68
20
Fun With An Old Gun
Field & Stream
Firearms
68/01
24
Predator Calling
Field & Stream
Hunting
68/02
39
Let'S Not Give Away Our Land
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Public Lands
68/03
36
Match Your Tackle To Your Fishing
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
68/04
30
Tips To Honest Anglers
Field & Stream
Fishing
68/05
1948
Ten Great Days In 10 Great Places
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing
68/06
76
Fly Casting Basics
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing
68/06
26
Camping Aids
Field & Stream
Camping
68/06
20
Another Look At Bass Bugging
Field & Stream
Bass
68/06
73,03 20
Another Look At Bass Bugging
Field & Stream
68/07
32
Go Ahead & Try It
Field & Stream
Fishing
68/08
30
Learn To Think Like The Game
Field & Stream
Fishing; Hunting; Pheasants; Deer
68/09
38
Wingshot-Hits Or Misses
Field & Stream
Firearms
68/10
64
Going Hunting? Take A Boat!
True
Bird Hunting; Boats And Boating
68/10
30
Two Great Days With Ducks
Field & Stream
Duck Hunting
68/11
18
Campfires
Field & Stream
Camping; Fires
68/12
22,02
Leica Photography
69
1939
Make Mine A Magazine Gun, Any Day!
True's Hunting Yearbook
Firearms
69
2052
Real Wild Trout
True's Fishing Yearbook
69
1964
Expert Tips For Hunting Trips
True's Hunting Yearbook
Hunting
69
2075
Any Rifle Is A Good Deer Rifle
True's Hunting Yearbook
Firearms
69
22,01
Leica Photography
69
2030
Aim For That Hole In The Woods
True's Hunting Yearbook
Firearms
69
20
Fun With An Old Rifle
Field & Stream
Firearms
69/01
24
Try It, Number Two
Field & Stream
Fishing; Fly Fishing
69/02
36
Beware The One-Wire Fence
Field & Stream
Fences; Hunting
69/03
28
Lead Leaders
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
69/04
30
When In Doubt Try A Bucktail
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial
69/05
56
Otter Shrimp Fly
Flyfisher
Flies, Artificial
69/06
34
About Mushrooms
Field & Stream
Fungi
69/06
29
You Need Bait Casting, Too
Field & Stream
Bait; Fishing
69/07
12
Test Plot Of The Public Lands
Field & Stream
Public Lands; Environmental Policy
69/08
30
Hint Of Fall
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting; Sagegrouse
69/08
34
Pistol Is For Fun
Field & Stream
Firearms; Hunting
69/09
28
Matter Of Range
Field & Stream
Hunting; Firearms
69/10
39
Great Days On The Desert
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting
69/11
42
How To Find Good Hunting Wherever Your Caree
True
Hunting; Fishing
69/11
16
Impossible Gifts
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Gifts
69/12
2158
Whitefish Welcome To Early Spring
True's Fishing Yearbook
70
2180
King From Coast To Coast
True's Hunting Yearbook
Grouse
70
23,02
Leica Photography
70
23,01
Leica Photography
70
20
Fishing With Fred
Field & Stream
Fishing
70/01
60
Five Year Lion Hunt
Field & Stream
Animals--Habitattion; Cougars; Hornocker, Maurice, Dr.
70/02
28
Sharpening
Field & Stream
Knives
70/02
40
Memorable Camps
Field & Stream
Camping
70/03
6
Boys & Brooks
Field & Stream
Fishing; Trout
70/04
64
Poison Your Lakes For Better Fishing
True
Fish; Carp; Environmental Policy
70/04
20
All We Need Is Money
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy
70/05
08,04 4
Time Bomb At White Clouds
National Wildlife
Wilderness Areas
70/06
28
Boys And Dogs Together
Field & Stream
Dogs; Family Life
70/06
52
Lowly Catfish--Why Do Fishermen Love It?
True
Catfish
70/06
82
Ray Holland
Field & Stream
Holland, Ray P.
70/06
14
Think Like A Fish
Field & Stream
Bass Fishing
70/07
22
Making The Most Of Lunch Breaks
Field & Stream
Cookery
70/08
24
Great Dove Gun
Field & Stream
Firearms
70/09
22
Rules For Bagging Pheasants
Field & Stream
Pheasants
70/10
24
Old & The New
Field & Stream
Deer Hunting; Camping
70/11
E10361 E10361
Real Ted Trueblood
Congressional Record
Hunting; Fishing; Trueblood, Ted; Church, Frank; Barrett, Pete
70/12
42
Real Tt By P. Barrett
Field & Stream
Trueblood, Ted
70/12
14
Gifts That Last Forever
Field & Stream
Gifts; Family Life
70/12
24,01
Leica Photography
71
2282
How To Defend Yourself At A Cocktail Party
True's Hunting Yearbook
Hunting
71
2265
Learn The Worm
True's Fishing Yearbook
Bait; Fishing
71
Hand Guns For Sport
N.S.S.F. Booklet
Firearms
71/01
6
Mysterious Journey
Field & Stream
Animal Migration; Geese
71/01
16
Scouts Can Help
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Boy Scouts
71/02
22
How To Choose A Tent
Field & Stream
Tents
71/03
20
Pot That Does It All
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
71/04
22
Early Trout
Field & Stream
Trout
71/05
71,02 20
Everybody Should Catch A Big Fish
Field & Stream
71/06
26
For Shutterbugs
Field & Stream
Photography; Cameras
71/07
20
For Better Outdoor Pictures
Field & Stream
Photography
71/08
20
Grouse In The West
Field & Stream
Grouse
71/09
03,02 5
Hunting Chukars
Incredible Idaho
Bird Hunting; Chukar Partridge; Conley, Clare; Cravens, Willard;
71/09
34
What To Do With It After You Shoot It
Field & Stream
Hunting
71/10
20
Care Of Wild Meat
Field & Stream
Hunting
71/11
12
Of Boys & Guns
Field & Stream
Firearms
71/12
2350
Trout Fishing'S Most Underrated Fly
True's Fishing Yearbook
Flies, Artificial
72
25,01
Leica Photography
72
2328
Backpacks : The True Mobile Homes
True's Hunting Yearbook
Backpacking; Trueblood, Jack
72
34
Days On Bunny Mt.
Field & Stream
Rabbit Hunting
72/01
18
Trout In January
Field & Stream
Trout; Fishing
72/01
16
Don't Wait Too Long
Field & Stream
Hobbies
72/02
14
30 Ft. Fly Line
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
72/03
20
How To Live With A Poor Memory
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing
72/04
12
Hawk Talk
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Snake River Birds Of Prey Natural Area; Birds Of Prey; Nelson, Morlan W.
72/05
56
River In His Blood
Field & Stream
Woolridge, Glen; Fishing; Rogue River, Or
72/06
10
When The Bass Go Wild
Field & Stream
Bass
72/06
10
When The Bass Go Wild
Field & Stream
Bass Fishing
72/06
77,03 16
Pick And Stick
Field & Stream
Fishing
72/07
18
Helping Hand
Field & Stream
Hunting
72/08
10
Izaak Walton League--50 Yrs Of Service
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Izaak Walton League
72/08
20
Letter From The Future
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy
72/09
12
Manners
Field & Stream
Fishing; Hunting
72/10
42
Best Deer Hunting--West, North, South
True
Deer Hunting
72/10
20
No Cabbage Flat
Field & Stream
Public Lands; Environmental Policy
72/11
50
How To Bag Pheasants In 72
True
Pheasants
72/11
56
Gifts That Last Forever
Field & Stream
Gifts; Family Life
72/12
36
Winter Woods & Silence
Field & Stream
Camping
72/12
2432
Humble Bird That Humbles Hunters
True's Hunting Yearbook
Bird Hunting
73
26,01
Leica Photography
73
28
More On The 30-Foot Fly Line
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
73/01
60
Bass
True
Bass
73/02
14
Winter'S Winged Varmint
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting
73/02
20
Why Dogs Own People
Field & Stream
Dogs
73/03
64
How To Catch Trout In The Spring
True
Trout
73/04
20
Short Cut To Successful Fishing
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing
73/04
18
May Day
Field & Stream
Camping; Fishing
73/05
96
Ray P. Holland, 1884-1973
Field & Stream
Holland Ray P.
73/05
11,04 4
You May Never Know The Middle Snake
National Wildlife
Environmental Policy; Snake River; Columbia River; Hells Canyon; Ore.; Id.; Lewiston, Id.; A. Smith; W. Benson; B. Bowler; F. Jones; O. Hansen; J. Saylor; R. Packwood; S. Symms; A. Ullman; E. Green; W. Wyatt; M. Hatfield; F. Church; J. Mcclure
73/06
18
Sourdough Symphonies
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
73/06
18
Things To Think About
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Fishing; Hunting
73/07
40
Dogs--Man'S Best Medicine
True
Joe (The Dog; Rip (The Dog)
73/07
21
Happy Camps
Field & Stream
Camping
73/08
78,05 16
Fly Rod And The Tough Time
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
73/09
78,06 20
Battle Of The Salmon River
Field & Stream
73/10
20
Battle Of The Salmon River
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Salmon River; Wilderness Areas
73/10
11
Eye Aid
Field & Stream
Fishing; Hunting
73/11
14
Outdoor Philosophy
Field & Stream
Hunting; Environmental Policy
73/12
2522
Help! Your Wilderness Is Up For Grabs
True's Hunting Yearbook
Environmental Policy; Wilderness Areas
74
2536
Fly Rods Take A Giant Step
True's Fishing Yearbook
Fishing Tackle
74
27,01
Leica Photography
74
6
Relaxing Sport
Hope
Fishing; Van Dyke, Henry; Smith, O. W.
74(?)
45,01
None
Pennsylvania Game News
74/01
24
How To Have More Game
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy
74/01
78,10 28
Boy Becomes Man
Field & Stream
74/02
24
Wild Canyon
Ranger Rick
Snake River Birds Of Prey Natural Area; Snake River Canyon; Nelson, Morley
74/03
23
Unfinished Business
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy
74/03
20
West'S Unlikely Trout Lakes
Field & Stream
Trout
74/04
14
20-Year Report
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing; Environmental Policy
74/05
66
Successful Failure
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting; Turkeys
74/05
38,126 14
Struggle On The Salmon
Living Wilderness
Environmental Policy; Boise Cascade Corporation; Salmon River; Salmon River, South Fork; River Of No Return
74/06
16
Where To Look For Trout
Field & Stream
Trout
74/06
14
Bass Are Where You Find Them
Field & Stream
Bass
74/07
15
Handsome Cat
Field & Stream
Fishing; Catfish
74/08
14
How Not To Get Lost!
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing
74/09
14
Lost!
Field & Stream
Hunting
74/10
12
Mysteries Of Lead
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting; Duck Hunting
74/11
12
Universal Gift
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Hunting; Fishing
74/12
Pheasant Is A Clever Bird
Field & Stream Hunting A
Pheasants
75
14
Disaster On The Western Range
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Horses
75/01
12
Another Way To Waste Time
Field & Stream
Gold Mines And Mining
75/02
27
They'Re Not Biting--So?
Field & Stream
Geology; Insects; Fungi; Hobbies
75/03
26
Fly Casting Basics
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing
75/04
14
Fly Fishing Basics
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing
75/05
32
Wet Fly Fishing For Trout
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing; Trout
75/06
12
Fly Fishing For Trout
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing; Trout
75/07
22
Cooking In Foil
Field & Stream
Cookery
75/08
16
Forest Service & The Wilderness Act
Field & Stream
Wilderness Areas
75/09
80,06 16
Rifle--And The Pen
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy
75/10
14
Cold Water, No Matter
Field & Stream
Fishing
75/11
16
What Hunting Really Is
Field & Stream
Hunting
75/12
28,01
Leica Photography
76
38
Where To Find Big-Water Bass
Field & Stream Fyb
Bass
76
139
Save Money On Elk Trips
Fawcett Hunting Journal
Hunting
76
128
Kind Word For Baitcasting
Fawcett Fishing Journal
Fishing; Bait; Fishing Tackle; Holland, Ray
76
21
Make Sure You Missed
Field & Stream
Hunting
76/01
22
Nampa Story
Field & Stream
Hunting; Environmental Policy
76/02
1052
Myron Gregory, Master-Caster
Angler
Gregory, Myron
76/03
12
Golden Arrow
Field & Stream
Trout
76/03
80,12 12
No Two Alike
Field & Stream
76/04
81,01 14
Facts Speak For Themselves
Field & Stream
76/05
18
What Price Wilderness?
Idaho Heritage
Wilderness Areas
76/06
81,02 124
Catching Trout That "Won'T Bite"
Field & Stream
76/06
81,03 84
Skillet Skill
Field & Stream
76/07
150,2
National Geographic
76/08
81,04 18
Making Fish Into Food
Field & Stream
76/08
81,05 22
Why Old Hunters Make Friends Slowly
Field & Stream
76/09
81,06 8
Chukar Tactics
Field & Stream
76/10
81,07 10
Shots To Remember
Field & Stream
76/11
81,08 8
Hook Your Christmas Dinner
Field & Stream
76/12
29,01
Leica Photography
77
237
Getting Started: Fly Fishing
Fawcett Fishing Journal
Fly Fishing; Flies, Artificial; Silver Creek; Talmage, John
77
246
Getting Started: Handgun Hunting
Fawcett Hunting Journal
Firearms; Hunting; Oxenham, Jimmy; Humphrey, Fred; Donley, Rob; Barrett, Peter
77
228
Getting Started: Big Game & Birds
Fawcett Hunting Journal
Hunting; Barrett, Peter
77
60
Sport For All Seasons
Field & Stream
77/
46
Smoke It!
Field & Stream
77/
42
Handsome Cat
Field & Stream
77/
81,09 8
Advice To The Bench
Field & Stream
77/01
81,10 12
February Not As Bad As It May Seem
Field & Stream
77/02
81,11 12
Head With Many Faces
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
77/03
81,12 8
40-Minute Forward 40-Year Backward Walk
Field & Stream
Trout
77/04
82,01 16
Inside The Interior'S Superior
Field & Stream
Andrus, Cecil; Legislative Bodies; Governors; Fishing
77/05
16
Inside Interior'S Superior
Field And Stream
77/05
82,02 8
Lucky Losses
Field & Stream
77/06
114
Multiple Use Myth
Idaho Citizen
Parks; Environmental Policy; Wilderness Areas; Nampa Lakeview Park; Chamberlain Basin;
77/07
82,03 12
Focus On The Sportsman'S Camera
Field & Stream
77/07
82,04 10
Don't Sell The Short Gun Short
Field & Stream
77/08
82,05 10
Wild Harvest
Field & Stream
77/09
82,06 30
Unlimited Pleasure
Field & Stream
77/10
01,03
None
Idaho Citizen
77/10
82,07 28
Art Of Grouse Finding
Field & Stream
77/11
82,08 22
Know More, See More
Field & Stream
77/12
01,05
None
Idaho Citizen
77/12
82,09 10
Stories In The Snow
Field & Stream
78/01
82,10 14
Tender, Loving Care
Field & Stream
78/02
43,02 6
To Pay A Debt
Outdoor America
Environmental Policy; Wilderness Areas; River Of No Return; Salmon River, Middle Fork
78/03
82,11 24
That Final Rivet
Field & Stream
78/03
01,09 27
Ted Trueblood
Idaho Citizen
Ted Trueblood Day; Nampa Rod And Gun Club; Church, Frank; Mcclure, James; Symms, Steve; Hansen, George
78/04
82,12 10
How To Be Happy
Field & Stream
78/04
83,01 8
Trout From Still
Field & Stream
78/05
83,02 8
Trout From Big Water
Field & Stream
78/06
21
The Countryman
Shooting Times & Country
Fishing;
78/07
83,03 8
Hot Weather Bass On Flies
Field & Stream
78/07
83,04 12
How To Use Your Head
Field & Stream
78/08
83,05 8
No One Can Do It For You
Field & Stream
78/09
83,06 12
Resting Versus Suffering
Field & Stream
78/10
83,07 12
Trip Insurance
Field & Stream
78/11
83,08 10
Best Gift
Field & Stream
78/12
83,09 16
Tradition Vs Logic
Field & Stream
79/01
83,10 10
A Friend Lost, And Other Thoughts
Field & Stream
79/02
10
How To Shorten March
Field & Stream
Fishing
79/03
Wild American
79/03
10
Back Roads
Field & Stream
Roads; Recreation
79/04
18
On Paying Dues
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy
79/05
10
Eclipse & Other Strange Things
Field & Stream
Fly Fishing
79/06
01,02 12
River Of No Return
Rocky Mountain Magazine
Salmon River; Wilderness Areas
79/06
8
Rewards Of Experimenting
Field & Stream
Flies, Artificial
79/07
50,07
None
Pennsylvania Game News
79/07
10
Pack Rats
Field & Stream
Animals--Habitation
79/08
12
Quail That Saved Our Hunting Valley
Field & Stream
Quails; Bird Hunting
79/09
28
Mountain Quail
Field & Stream
Quails; Bird Hunting
79/10
14
Bear Trouble
Field & Stream
Bears; Camping
79/11
10
Christmas Wish
Field & Stream
Firearms; Hobbies
79/12
24
Advantages Of Going Alone
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing
80/01
24
Little People
Field & Stream
Wildlife Watching
80/02
40
They'Re Fixing To Steal Your Land
Field & Stream
Public Lands; Environmental Policy
80/03
8
Leader Sense And Nonsense
Field & Stream
Fishing Tackle
80/04
58
Best Spring Bait
Field & Stream
Fishing; Bait
80/05
52
Trueblood On Trout*
Field & Stream
Trout
80/06
8
Odds & Ends
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
80/07
28
Rough & Ready Cooking
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
80/08
10
Grouse Of The High Country
Field & Stream
Grouse
80/09
34
Hunter'S Camp
Field & Stream
Camping; Tents
80/10
128,11 41
Model 70 Story Part Ii
American Rifleman
Firearms
80/11
10
All You Need Is Time
Field & Stream
Deer Hunting
80/11
52
Trueblood Picks Delights For Outd00Rsmen
Field & Stream
Gifts; Camping; Fishing Tackle; Cameras
80/12
10
How They'Re Won
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Public Lands
81/01
10
Reading Trout Water
Field & Stream
Trout
81/02
104
Other Values
Field & Stream
Wildlife Watching; Duck Hunting
81/03
32
Sagebrush Ripoff
Field & Stream
Sagebrush Rebellion; Public Lands; Environmental Policy
81/03
14
Your First Trout
Field & Stream
Trout
81/04
02,03 11
Land Nobody Wanted
Boise Vision
Public Lands; Sagebrush Rebellion;
81/05
22
Curiosity And The Price Of Gas
Field & Stream
Fish; Animals--Habitation
81/06
52
50 Years Of Fly Fishing For Bass
Field & Stream
Bass; Fly Fishing
81/07
86,04 8
Campfires
Field & Stream
Camping; Fires
81/08
8,9
Wild Oregon
81/09
46,05 10
Save Our Public Lands, Inc.
Outdoor America
Public Lands; Sagebrush Rebellion;
81/09
8
Tough Sage Grouse
Field & Stream
Grouse
81/09
8
Good People
Field & Stream
Fishing; Camping;
81/10
Oregon Wildlife
81/10
46
Adventures With A Muzzleloader
Field & Stream
Muzzle Loading Firearms
81/11
12
Hunting In The Snow
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting
81/12
28
Toward Season'S End
Field & Stream
Duck Hunting
82/01
Oregon Wildlife
82/02
12
Planning Your Food For Camping
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
82/02
12
Camp Cookery Wants & Needs
Field & Stream
Cookery; Camping
82/03
86,12 11
Great Rabbit Roundup
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy; Rabbits
82/04
57
Spring Bounty (Mushrooms)
Field & Stream
Fungi
82/05
24
Times I Remember (Fishing)
Field & Stream
Fishing;
82/06
20
Other Side Of The Game Warden
Field & Stream
Hunting; Fishing
82/07
26
Knives In Our Lives
Field & Stream
Knives;
82/08
28
You May Be A Better Shot Than You Think
Field & Stream
Firearms
82/09
60
Pheasant Centennial
Field & Stream
Bird Hunting; Pheasants
82/10
16
A Tribute To Another Countryman
Shooting Times & Country
Trueblood, Ted; Fishing; Camping
82/10
32
You Need A Scapegoat
Field & Stream
Firearms
82/10
8
Where He Longed To Be
Outdoor Life
Obituary;
82/11
33
Biggest Ripoff
Field & Stream
Environmental Policy
82/11
87,08 16
My Dog Joe
Field & Stream
Dogs; Dogs (Joe)
82/12
01,01 17
Hydromania Strikes
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Environmental Policy; Ted Trueblood Conservation Funds; Legislative Bodies; Electric Power Production; Henry'S Fork; Elk Falls Creek; Rosenman, Louis; Ravenscroft, Vern; Mcclure, James; Jones, Myron; Kerwin, Neil; Walton, Izaak
86/09
01,01 16
Be Ready For Mulies' Migration
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Animal Migration; Environmental Policy; Deer
86/09
01,01 Section B B11
Sourdough Sticks To Ribs
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Cookery
86/09
01,01 4
Hint Of Fall: Sage Hens
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Grouse; Bird Hunting; Fairbanks, Phil; Fairbanks, Bob; Trueblood, Ellen
86/09
01,02 11
Wild, Free Boyhood Days
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Bird Hunting; Pheasants; Duck Hunting; Snake River; Louie Smith'S Island; Morrison, Alvin; Kaufman, Ellis; Way, Myron; Landa, Tony; Frosig, Mike; Gebert, Fred; Mapes, Ed
86/10
01,02 21
When The Wash Water Freezes
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Camping; Boise River
86/10
01,03 10
Pheasant Took Wild Way
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Pheasants; Bird Hunting
86/11
01,03 5
Outlaws Cost Industry
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Hunting; Tourist Trade
86/11
01,03 3
Trueblood Appreciated In Tensed
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Trueblood, Ted
86/11
01,03 3
Trueblood Tilt
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Trueblood, Jack
86/11
01,04 6
Undercover Agent Nails Rogues
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Hunting; Fishing; Tourist Trade
86/12
01,04 16
Timber, Water Issue To Resurface
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Environmental Policy; Legislative Bodies; Noh, Laird; Sverdston, Terry; Tominaga, Lynn; Calibretta, Marti; Reed, Mary Lou; Budge, Reed; Little, David; Beitelspacher, Ron; Haagenson, Dean; Jones, Douglas; Robison, Ken; Burt, Cyril; Andrus, Cecil; Symms, Steve
86/12
01,04 13
Cold Weather Trout Fishing
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Trout; Fishing Bailey, Dan;
86/12
02,02 10
Make The Ducks Come To You
Idaho Sportsman News
Duck Hunting
86/FALL
02,02 Front
Matching Wits With Elk
Idaho Sportsman News
Elk Hunting; Pup Creek; Dog Creek; Trueblood, Ellen
86/FALL
02,02 9
Uphill Racer Or, Chukars Know Best
Idaho Sportsman News
Chukar Partridge; Bird Hunting; Environmental Policy
86/FALL
02,02 1
Matching Wits With Elk
Idaho Sportsman News
Elk Hunting; Pup Creek; Dog Creek;
86/FALL
02,02 10
Make The Ducks Come To You
Idaho Sportsman News
Duck Hunting; Bird Hunting
86/FALL
23
Ferc Aide Dismayed By `Hydromania'
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Electric Power Projects; Environmental Policy; Trueblood, Jack
87/01
01,05 20
Idaho Outdoor Update
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Electric Power Projects; Environmental Policy; Fishing; Hunting; Tourist Trade;
87/01
01,07 19
He Was An Upland Bird Man...
Idaho Outdoor Digest
Trueblood, Ted; Trueblood Wildlife Area
87/03
12,4
Focus
87/06
2320
"Reflections On 25 Years Of Federating"
Flyfisher
Federation Of Fly Fishers; Trueblood, Ted
90/07
10
Those Were The Days
Flyfisher
Salmon
90/08
16,05
Trigger & The Grasshopper Gun
Idaho Wildlife (Spec Coll Periodicals Box 33)
Guns, Field & Stream; Shotguns; Nesmith, Frank
96/09
Fun Of Electronic Fishing (pamphlet)
Lowrance Electronics Booklet
Fishing Tackle
Modern Spinning (Humphreys Reel - pamphlet)
Haywood Manu. Co.
Fishing Tackle
Fish Lo-K-Tor (pamphlet)
Lowrance Electronics Booklet
Fishing Tackle

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Box
69
Elks
1946-1952