This collection contains correspondence, articles, press clippings, maps, and photographs regarding the professional life
of Elden H. Vestal, a fisheries biologist who worked for the California Department of Fish and Game. Vestal worked in the
Mono Basin from 1939-1950, and played a role in legal proceedings regarding Mono Lake in the 1980s and 1990s. The collection
focuses on Mono Lake and other Eastern Sierra lakes and rivers.
3.75 linear feet
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