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Return to the River:
Steve Raymond explores the literary legacy of Roderick Haig-Brown
Presented by Special Collections Wilson Library 6th Floor
Please join us
August 3, 2012
Tours of the Fly Fishing Collection will follow
Ralph E. Wahl Photographic Collection: Center for Pacific Northwest Studies, Western Washington University
Roderick Haig-Brown (1908 - 1976) was a well-known fly fisherman and author as well as a conservationist and magistrate, who lived in BC near Campbell River. A provincial park was made of his home. http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/roderick/
Steve Raymond is a life-long fly fisher and acclaimed author of works exploring the many facets of the sport, & was born in 1940 in Bellingham, Wash. A graduate of the University of Washington, he went on to a long career as a journalist for the Seattle Times. In addition to books, Raymond has been a major contributor of articles and book reviews to angling magazines, and served as an editor of The Flyfisher and Fly fishing in salt waters. He has won many awards including the Roderick Haig-Brown Award of the Federation of Fly Fishers and the Letcher Lambuth Angling Craftsman Award of the Washington Fly Fishing Club.
Contact: Tamara Belts or Peter Smith @ 360 650-3193 for additional information
Western Washington University 516 High St. Bellingham, Wa 98225
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