Allen, Lee Rue OH10_107

Title Allen, Lee Rue OH10_107
Creator Weber State University, Stewart Library: Oral History Program
Contributors Allen, Lee Rue, Interviewee; Anderson, Carmen, Interviewer; Sadler, Richard, Professor; Gallagher, Stacie, Technician
Description The Weber State College/University Student Projects have been created by students working with several different professors on the Weber State campus. The topics are varied and based on the student's interest or task for a specific assignment. These oral history assignments were created to help Weber State students learn the value and importance of recording public history and to benefit the expansion of the Weber State oral history collections.
Biographical/Historical Note This is an oral history interview with Lee Rue Allen, conducted by Carmen Anderson on July 17, 1972, at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge. Mr. Allen began working at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge in 1935 and has been employed there for sixty-one years. His first assignment involved a Civilian Conservation Corp project. In this interview, Mr. Allen discusses who surveyed and planned the refuge, the types of equipment used in the management and upkeep of the refuge and hunting regulations in and around the refuge.
Subject Bird refuges; Bear River (Utah): Hunting
Digital Publisher Stewart Library, Weber State University, Ogden, Utah, USA
Date 1972
Date Digital 2015
Temporal Coverage 1972
Medium Oral History
Spatial Coverage Brigham City (Utah)
Type Text
Conversion Specifications Transcribed using WavPedal 5. Digitally reformatted using Adobe Acrobat Xl Pro.
Language eng
Rights Materials may be used for non-profit and educational purposes, please credit University Archives, Stewart Library; Weber State University.
Source Allen, Lee Rue OH10_107; Weber State University, Stewart Library, University Archives
OCR Text Show
Format application/pdf
ARK ark:/87278/s6afq262
Setname wsu_stu_oh
ID 111517
Reference URL