No restrictions on use except: not available through interlibrary loan.
Collection consists of photographs taken of a survey that included streams and lakes in Arizona, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana. Many photos show fish shelters, rip-rapping, stream improvements, and fish counts. Some of the photographs were taken by A.S. Hazzard.
Nitrate negatives have been removed from this collection and placed into Cold Storage box 2. Patrons must request to view these negatives 3 hours in advance. Print copies are located in the collection.
It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain any necessary copyright clearances.
Permission to publish material from the United States Bureau of Fisheries photographs must be obtained from the Special Collections Photograph Curator and/or the Special Collections Department Head.
Initial Citation: P0016; United States Bureau of Fisheries photographs; Photograph Collections; Utah State University Special Collections and Archives, Merrill-Cazier Library, Utah State University.
Following Citations: P0016, USUSC.
|1:01:01-26: Colorado River Drainage, Cococino Forest, AZ. Ashurst, Mary's, and Mormon Lakes; also Clear, West Miller, Fossil, Oak and Tom's Creeks. Good views of San Francisco Mountains (#18 Nitrate Negative)||1930-1934|
|1:02:01-16: Colorado River Drainage, Tonto Forest, AZ. Christopher, Dude, Tonto, and Horton Creeks. Also views of the Horse Mesa and Roosevelt Dams on the Salt River||1934|
|1:03a:01-13: Colorado River Drainage, UT. Fish Lake in the Fishlake National Forest (#'s: 5-6, 8, 13 Nitrate Negatives)||1934-1935|
|1:03b:01-06: Colorado River Drainage, AZ. Coolidge Dam on the Gila River, a glacial cirque viewed from Berthrove Pass, Powell National Forest, and the Fraser River (#'s: 2-4,6 Nitrate Negatives)||1934|
|1:03c:01-06: Colorado River Drainage. Uintah Range, the Wasatch and Ashley National Forests include Mirror Lake and the Uintah River (#'s: 2, 10-13 Nitrate Negatives)||1931-1934|
|1:03d:01-17: Colorado River Drainage, UT. Scofield and Strawberry Reservoirs (#'s: 5a-6, 8-10, 12-17 Nitrate Negatives)||1931-1934|
|1:04:01-20: Columbia River Drainage, OR. Sawtooth and Challis National Forests, Challis, Mill, Stanley, and Eight Mile Creeks; the South Fork of the Salmon River and tributaries, and Stanley Lakes (# 17 Nitrate Negative)||1934|
|1:05:01-15: Columbia River Drainage, MT. Pettit, Sawtooth, and Stanley Lakes (#'s: 1-12, 15 Nitrate Negatives)||1930-1939|
|1:06:01-14: Columbia River Drainage, MT and ID. Stanley lake in the Challis National Forest; Payette River, Bowman Lake, Salmon River Reservoir, Kintla Range, Cerulean Lake, Flathead Lake, and Quartz Lake in Glacier National Park (#"s: 1-3, 12,13 Nitrate Negatives)||1930-1939|
|1:07:01-26: Missouri River Drainage. Belly River, Hidden Lake, and Ptarmaqin Lake (Glacier National Park), Pine Creek (Harney National Forest), and Rock Creek (Deer Lodge National Forest) (#'s: 3, 13-26 Nitrate Negatives)||1934|
|1:08:01-15: Missouri River Drainage, MT. Rock Creek, Deer Lodge National Forest (#'s: 2-3, 5-15 Nitrate Negatives)||1934|
|1:09:01-15: Missouri River Drainage, MT and SD, 1934. Rock Creek, Deer Lodge National Forest, and Pine Creek, Black Hills National Forest (#'s: 1-12 Nitrate Negatives)||1934|
|1:10:01-18: Saskatchewan Drainage, MT. Boundary Creek and Crossley, Helen, Glenn, Hidden, Indian Pass, Kootenai, Kintla, and Mary Ronan Lakes, Glacier National Park (#'s: 4, 8, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18 Nitrate Negatives)||1934|
|1:11:01-15: Rio Grande Drainage – Carson National Forest. Blue, Middle Fork, Horse-Shoe, and Star Lakes; also Cobresto Creek, LaHonda, and the Santa Barbara River||1934|
|1:12:01-24: Santa Fe and Gila National Forests, NM. Views of Catherine, Spirit, and Stewart Lakes, Santa Fe National Forest, Gallinas, Mara, and Pecos Rivers, Hold Ghost, Horse Thief, Panchuela, and Pelica Creeks, and Beaver and Willow Creeks, Gila National Forest (#'s: 7, 19, 20 Nitrate Negatives)||1934|
|1:13:01-09: Views of the Logan River, Willard Bay, and the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, UT. (# 1 Nitrate Negative)||1930-1939|
|1:14:01-20: Wasatch National Forest, UT. Blue and Big Cottonwood Creeks, the Great Salt Lake Desert, Lake Blanche, Lake Catherine, Lake Lillian, Lake Desolation, Florence Lake, Lake Martha, Dog Lake, and Silver Lake (Big Cottonwood Canyon) (#'s:1-4, 11-20 Nitrate Negatives)||1933-1934|
|2:01:01-15: Wasatch National Forest, UT. Moosehorn and Butterfly Lakes, the Provo River, and Fish Creek above Scofield Reservoir||1934|
|2:02:01-19: Wasatch and Dixie National Forests, UT. Echo, Hover, and Pyramid Lakes in the Murdock Basin; Gunnison Reservoir; the Panguitch Lake inlet; Salt Lake County Streams||1932-1934|
|2:03:01-13: Miscellany, WY. Views of Fremont and Dollar Lakes; the Hobach and Green Rivers; and Rock Creek||1934|
|2:04:01-22: Teton National Park, WY – Scenery||1931|
|2:05:01-25: Teton National Park, WY – Scenery||1929-1934|
|2:06:01-18: Teton National Park, WY. Beaver Dick Lake (including a beaver house), views of Bradley and Jenny Lakes, Death Canyon and Granite Creeks, and the Firehole River||1929-1934|
|2:07:01-16: Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, WY. Leigh, Phelps, Taggart, and Yellowstone Lakes; the stream entering Jenny Lake; Madison River; and Yellowstone Falls||1929-1934>|
|2:08:01-12: A.S. Hazzard Photos, MT. Glacier National Park, MT, including McDonald, St. Mary, Two Medicine, Iceburg, and Swiftcurrent Lakes||1934|
|2:09:01-15: A.S. Hazzard Photos, MT. Glacier National Park, MT, views including McDonald, St. Mary, Two Medicine, Iceburg, and Swiftcurrent Lakes||1934|
|2:10:01-17: Miscellaneous Sites and Staff Photos. The Green and Virgin Rivers, UT: Wadell Creek, CA; Lamoille Canyon and Creek, NV: and the Anna River, MI||1934|
|2:11:01-18: Utah State Fair Exhibits. Live fish in tanks taken during the survey and exhibited at the Utah State Fair||1933|
|2:12:01-18: Feeding Experiment Report. Charts and graphs from a fish feeding experiment which included diets of horse meat and eggs||1932|
|2:13:01-08: Stream Survey Equipment. Equipment such as plankton nets, counting pans and sieves used during the survey||1934|