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    • Ocean sturgeon 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, ca.1910)
      Black and white photo postcard of an 8 ft. long ocean sturgeon caught by C.H. Brooke, captain of an Alaska Packing Association fishing boat.
    • Oeuvres du Comte De Lacepede, comprenant l'histoire naturelle des quadrupedes ovipares, des serpents, des poissons et des cetaces, Planches, Plate 37 

      La Cépède, M. le comte de (Bernard Germain Etienne de La Ville sur Illon) (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1839)
      Hand-coloured engraving of 2 fish and a lateral view of one head. "1. Acipensere Esturgeon 2. Polydon feuille 3. Tete du meme en dessus"
    • Oeuvres du Comte De Lacepede, comprenant l'histoire naturelle des quadrupedes ovipares, des serpents, des poissons et des cetaces, Plate 21 

      La Cépède, M. le comte de (Bernard Germain Etienne de La Ville sur Illon) (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1830)
      Coloured engraving of 2 fish: "1.L'acipensere strelet. 2.L'acipensere esturgeon"
    • On the Volga delta, Astrakan 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1976)
      Colour postcard of a fishing plant ship and smaller vessel on the left side of the card, and fish and tins of caviar on the right side.
    • One night's catch from the Apalachicola River 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1911)
      Black and white postcard showing men in business attire viewing a 5,000 lb. catch of sturgeon that is laying on a dock, while a fishing boat with 2 men aboard sits along the side of the dock.
    • Ostiacks on the banks of the river Oby 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1750)
      Black and white illustration of four scenes of Russian people. One titled "Ostiacks on the banks of the river Oby" features a sturgeon. The other pictures are titled "Wogulski Tartars on the frontiers of Siberia", Nisovian ...
    • Otlichnaya Zakuska [Excellent Hors d'oeuvres] 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 195?)
      Promotional image from the Ministry of Fisheries CCCP (USSR), in Russian. Features a ship at sea, a sturgeon in a net, and a selection of sturgeon products in the foreground: a tin of Sevruga caviar, a tin of Oster sturgeon ...
    • Otter Falls, Manitoba sturgeon catch 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 195?)
      Black and white photo postcard of a large sturgeoon suspended from a tree and a man standing beside it. Text on front: "Caught near Otter Falls Camp, Manitoba." Sturgeon is 124 lbs. and 7 ft. 4 in. long.
    • Our Country's Fishes and How to Know Them, PL.27. 

      Lambert, A. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1905)
      Colour print of nine fish with one of them being a sturgeon plus descriptive text about the sturgeon.
    • Our new caviar fisheries 

      Stockard, Charles R. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1908)
      Article appearing in a magazine describing the caviar fishery of the southern United States. The article includes a print of "A Spoon-billed Sturgeon Shooting into the Air" as well as a photograph: "Setting a Seine for ...
    • Paddle Fish, Sea Lamprey, Brook Lamprey 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1901)
      Black and white print of three fish: "The Paddle Fish"; "The Sea Lamprey"; "The Brook Lamprey".
    • The Paddle-fish, Polyodon spatual (Walb.) 

      Todd, H.L. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1884)
      Black and white lithograph of the Paddlefish. Includes 2 views of the fish - one under view and one side view.
    • Paddlefish and two men and a woman 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, c.1950)
      Black and white photograph of a man holding up a paddlefish, with another man and a woman standing beside him. There is a vintage car in the background
    • Paddlefish at Neumaha, Nebraska 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1907)
      Black and white photo postcard of John L. and Ellen Hittle posing with a paddlefish hanging from a rod. Photo taken in front of a house at Neumaha, Nebraska.
    • Pantologia: a new cyclopaedia, PL.1 

      Edwards, Sydenham (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1813)
      Hand coloured engraving of 2 fish: "Acipenser Huso, or Isinglafs Sturgeon" ; "Cottus Cataphractus. Pogge or Mailed Bull-head." "Drawn from life by S. Edwards".
    • Peche d'eau douce (freshwater fishing) 

      Viellemard (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, ca.1900)
      Reproductive engraving of net fishing for small sturgeon in the Garonne River in France. French text on back describes the sturgeon as well as this method of fishing.
    • Peeps abroad for folks at home, p.163-4. 

      Mateaux, Clara L. (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1887)
      Black and white engraving showing three Russian fishermen pulling a very large sturgeon onto the dock and another fisherman in a boat below. Text under the engraving reads: "Sturgeon fishing on the Volga". On the back ...
    • Perch Fishing and Sturgeon Catching 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1868)
      Newspaper sketch showing five fisherman in a rowboat with a large sturgeon high up in mid jump very near their boat. Sketch is part of an article that describes a perch fishing trip on the Delaware River that resulted in ...
    • Plate XI: 8 Fish with Personality 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1880?)
      Chromo montage of 8 fish, three(c & d & e) are sturgeon
    • Point Lookout Summer Resort 

      Unknown author (Electronic version published by Vancouver Island University, 1910)
      Black and white photo postcard showing 3 men and 3 children posing with a large sturgeon that is suspended from a tree. Text on front "Point Lookout summer resort. 36 miles from Bay City on Lake Huron. Caught at Point Lookout."