Trueblood, Ted, 1913-1982
- Papers, 1913-1982.
- 12 ft.
- Outdoorsman and conservationist; associate editor of Field and Stream magazine.
- Guide to the collection available online
Correspondence, diaries (1929-1982), mss of articles, subject files, clippings, memorabilia, photos, negatives, slides and other papers, relating chiefly to fishing, hunting, and conservation, particularly in Idaho and the West. Other organizations and topics represented include Field and Stream magazine, Scientific Anglers, Save Our Public Lands, Sagebrush rebellion, and wilderness preservation. Correspondents include Peter Barrett, Dwain Bland, Frank Church, Hugh Grey, Ray P. Holland, Leon L. Martuch, J.L. Melancon, Archibald B. Roosevelt, Jack Tallman, William Voigt, Jr., Edgar B. Ward, and George B. Warner.
Gift of Ellen R. Trueblood, Nampa, Idaho, 1989.
Published finding aid: The Ted Trueblood Collection at Boise State University, by Mary Carter-Hepworth, Sarah B. Davis, and Alan Virta. Boise State University, 2000. PDF-version available online