The collection contains letters sent to Miller Freeman, publisher and chairman of the Joint Committee for the Protection of
the Pacific Coast Fisheries during the 1930s and 1940s. The letters range in date from 1939-1945.
Miller Freeman (1875-1955) began publishing Ranch and Range from a shop on First Avenue in Seattle at the age of 22. He launched
publication of the Pacific Fisherman in 1903, which grew to be the regional business resource for fishermen and canners. He
also served for 10 years as secretary of the Puget Sound Salmon Canners Association.
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