Ray Allison

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.

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

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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