History of oyster plantings in Tillamook Bay as related by Mr. Jess Hayes Public Deposited

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The report consists of notes of a conversation between Lowell D. Marriage of the Oregon Fish Commission and Jess Hayes, an oyster grower from Bay City, regarding Mr. Hayes' recollections of the history of Pacific oyster culture in Tillamook Bay. Mr. Hayes' account goes back to 1931 and gives estimated production from 1931-1952. Included with the notes is a cover letter from Mr. Marriage asking for more information.

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