Ray Allison

John Ramsey, Fisheries Faculty 1960S And 70,S – Icthyology

L To R: C. E. White (Background), Jack Dendy – Rest Unknown. Possibly Part Of A Rotenone Survey, Tombigbee River.

J. W. Webb And Two Helpers Loading Fertilizer Onto Boat For Application Into Lake Auburn.

Flathead Catfish Collected By “Telephoning” On The Tombigbee River.

Foreground, First From Right – Clarence White – Possibly Part Of A Rotenone Survey, Tombigbee River.

H. R. Schmittou – Bibb Graves Centre, Circa 1967/68.

Fish Dozier Being Used On Boat To Collect The Rotenone-Affected Fish

Fish Population Sampling With Rotenone On The Tombigbee River Near Eutaw, Al., 195_.

Fisheries Biologists And Onlookers Assembled For A Fish Population Study On An Alabama River, 1954.

E. E. Prather

E. V. Smith And H. S. Swingle Checking Production Records Obtained For A Series Experiments. Ca. 1937.

Electro Fishing

Don Moss And Oneil Smitherman Skinning Catfish. Possibly Part Of A Rotenone Survey, Tombigbee River.

Don Moss, Buck Byrd, E. E. Prather, Archie Hooper, Jim Frazier, And Two Game Wardens Around Sorting Table, 1954.

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