The Montana State University Archives Trout and Salmonid Artwork Collection

What is it?

Trout and Salmonid Artwork CollectionThe MSU Trout and Salmonid Artwork Collection holds images of sample artwork found in the Montana State University Library Trout and Salmonid Special Collection. The MSU Trout and Salmonid Artwork Collection holds images of sample artwork found in the Montana State University Library Trout and Salmonid Special Collection. The Trout and Salmonid Special Collection scope encompasses trout and salmon biology, ecology, angling, politics, economics, culinary arts, spiritual, literary and philosophical works found in books, periodicals, government publications, scientific reports, diaries, theses and dissertations from the mid 18th century (1700's) through the early 21st century (2015).

Since the Library's beginnings in the late Nineteenth Century, the MSU Library has strived to develop a world-class research collection in support of the academic goals of our university, including those of local interest with national and international resonance. Sixty years of research on fish and fisheries management has given MSU a strong tradition on which to build the nation's preeminent trout and salmonid collection. Not only does the Montana State University Library Trout and Salmonid Special Collection support this world–class research, but it is a focal point of local and regional pride for those who care about the salmonid species’ well being and about the waters that flow through this region. Housed in the MSU Libraries’ Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections, this collection is open to the public for use on the premises in a controlled archival environment.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], [Item permalink or DOI], Montana State University Archives Trout and Salmonid Artwork Collection, Montana State University (MSU) Library, Bozeman, MT

Copyright Notice

Whenever possible, the Montana State University Library provides information about copyright in our digital collections records. We often do not own the rights in materials, and as such do not grant permissions for their use. Permissions and fees may be required from the individual copyright holder for uses beyond what is allowed based on U.S. Copyright Law (http://www.copyright.gov/fair-use/).

Please attempt to determine if an item is protected by copyright and follow any copyright or use restrictions when applicable. Written permission from the copyright holder is required for reproduction of protected items beyond what is allowed by fair use or other exemptions. These materials may be used for personal use, research, teaching (including distribution to classes), or any "fair use" as defined by U.S. copyright laws.

For more information please contact Archives and Special Collections at the Montana State University Library or Leila Sterman, Scholarly Communication Librarian.

 

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