M01-16 - JIM MALONE COLLECTION

James M. “Jim” Malone Jr. was born on September 30, 1926 in a hospital in Little Rock, to James Miller Malone Sr. and Adele Willson Malone.  He attended elementary school in England, Arkansas and later in Lonoke, Arkansas.  Mr. Malone graduated from Lonoke High School in 1944 after taking a high school equivalency test at the University of Arkansas, and also entered the United States Navy the same year.  After serving two years in the Pacific Theatre of War, on an auxiliary repair ship, Mr. Malone was mustered out of the Navy in Millington, Tennessee.

After leaving the Navy, Malone campaigned for his father who ran for Governor of Arkansas in 1946.  He entered the University of Arkansas in January of 1947, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1949.  Beginning in 1950 Mr. Malone became involved in Arkansas State politics and gave speeches on behalf of Governor Sidney McMath in 1950 and Orval E. Faubus in 1954.  In addition, Mr. Malone was a speechwriter for Faubus during his second campaign for governor in 1956.

J.M. Malone & Son Enterprises was established in 1952 and continues to operate as a family owned business.  Mr. Malone was elected president of the Arkansas Fish Farmers Association in 1956.  Later, in 1960, he was instrumental in persuading U.S. Senator J. William Fulbright to introduce legislation that created the United State Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) Fish Farming Experimental Station in Stuttgart, Arkansas.

In addition to his significant involvement and contribution to aquaculture Mr. Malone was and still is an avid writer.  In 1963 one of his contributions was a weekly column in the Lonoke Democrat, “Paradox and Outlook”.

Jim and his wife Doretta have two children, Jim Malone and Beverly Malone Jones.  Both are heavily involved in their father’s business, Jim and Doretta make their home in Lonoke, Arkansas.

 

Series 1

Box 1

File 1 – Scroll of Carp Spawning/Family Tree

Item 1 – The Thomas Willson Family

Item 2 – Scroll of Chinese Grass Carp Spawning, 1979

End of Box 1

 

Series 1

Box 2

File 1 – Jim Malone Papers: Newspaper Articles, and Photos

File 2 – Children of the Confederacy Certificate for Robert Miller Malone

File 3 – Parental Political Heritage, Father, J.M. Malone Sr.

File 4 – Jim Malone’s Heritage, Schooling, WWII, Sacred Order of the Golden Dragon Certificate, and Hobbies

File 5 – Incomplete Manuscript, “Sound of the Trumpet: The Life and Times of Orval Faubus: by Jim Malone Jr.

File 6 – Jim Malone’s Collective View of Writings (1995-2001)

File 7 –Jim Malone’s Collective View of Writings (1970-1994)

File 8 – Correspondence with Governor and President Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton, Match Folder from 1970 Governor’s Race of Winthrop Rockefeller, and a Faubus for Governor Pin

File 9 – Newspaper Clippings

File 10-Correspondence with Jim Johnson

File 11-Memorabilia, Certificates, and a Cartoon

End of Box 2

 

Series 1

Box 3

File 1 – Abbott’s Magic Novelty Co. Catalog No. 7 (1943)

File 2 – The Close-up Magician, Bert Allerton (1958, 1960, 1974)

File 3 – The New Conjurers’ Magazine, Vol. 1, No. 1, Feb. 1945

File 4 – 2 Magic Books by Edward Marlo – Deck Deception (1942, 1974, 1964, 1970) and Let’s See This Deck (1942, 1964)

File 5 – Magic Catalog No. 11, L.L. Ireland Magic Co.

File 6 – The Nikola Card System by Louis Nikola, 1937

File 7 – Now You Can Get The Best of ‘Senator’ Crandal, Compiled by Neil Foster, published by Abbott’s Magic Mfg. Co. 1969

File 8 – The Tops (an Independent Magazine of Magic) Abbott’s Magic Co., Vol. 5, Nos. 8, 9, 11, 12 – 1940/Vol. 6, Nos. 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12 – 1941

File 9 – The New Tops (July, Aug., Oct., Nov., Dec., Vol. 20) 1980

File 10-The New Tops (6 Issues, Jan. – June, Vol. 21) 1981

File 11-The New Tops (6 Issues, July – Dec., Vol. 21) 1981

File 12-The New Tops (5 Issues, Jan. – Feb. & April – June, Vol. 22) 1982

File 13-The New Tops (5 Issues, July and Sept. – Dec. Vol. 22) 1982

File 14-The New Tops (5 Issues, Jan – March and May – June, Vol. 23) 1983

End of Box 3

 

Series I

Box 4

File 1-The New Tops, (5 Issues, July – Sept, and Nov. – Dec., Vol. 23) 1983

File 2-The New Tops, (6 Issues, Jan. – June, Vol. 24) 1984

File 3-The New Tops, (4 Issues, Aug. and Oct. – Dec., Vol. 24) 1984

File 4– The New Tops, (5 Issues, Jan. – March and May – June, Vol. 25) 1985

File 5– The New Tops, (6 Issues, July – Dec. Vol. 25) 1985

File 6– The New Tops, (7 Issues, Jan. – July, Vol. 26) 1986

File 7– The New Tops, (2 Issues, Oct. and Dec., Vol. 32) 1992/3 Issues – February, March, September Special Vol. 33) 1993

File 8- Book- DACUS A Tale of Power.  by Jim Malone - 2000

End of Series I

End of Box 4

 

Series II

Box 1

File 1 –  J.M. Malone & Sons Enterprises – In Pictures and Bits and Pieces

File 2 – Newspaper Clippings re: Jim Malone’s Career – 1970s and 1980s

File 3 – J.M. Malone & Son Enterprises – Printed Promotional Material Regarding Business

File 4 – Overview of J.M. Malone & son Fish Farm and Residence

File 5 – Business Guest book – 1976-2001

File 6 – Arkansas Laws Effecting Workman’s Comp. State Income Tax on Employees

File 7 – Reports and Correspondence by S.Y. Linn, 1973-1974: “Induced Spawning of Chinese Carps by Pituitary Injection in Taiwan”

File 8 – 100% Triploid Grass Carp Certification (1983), Correspondence, Published Studies, Research and Reprint of “Rapid Identification of Triploid Grass Carp with a Coulter Counter and Channelyzer” by Robert J. Wattender

File 9 – Venture Capital, For Sale:  Proposed, offered, and Payoff – Correspondence – 1984-1996

File 10-Correspondence Re:  American Fish Farmers Federation Involvement, 1963-1979

*Note! – Jim Malone served as President of the Arkansas Group for several years.

File 11-American Fish Farmers Federation By Laws & Membership Records, 1966

End of Box 1

 

Series II

Box 2

File 1 – Subpoena to Jim Malone to Testify Before Grand Jury, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia in Atlanta, 1976-1979

File 2 – Material Referenced in Researching Federal Legislation Laws & Statutes Effecting the Fish Farming Business:  1972 Clean Water Act and 1979-1980 Lacey Act

File 3 – Re: The National Agriculture Act of 1980 and Relevant Responses – 1979-1995

File 4 – Re: The Lacey Act, 1980 and Matters of Principle, American Fisheries Society – Correspondence

File 5 – The Lacey Act, 1980 and Matters of Principle, The Pennsylvania Fish Commission

File 6 – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Washington, D.C. – Correspondence, 1981-1990

File 7 – Black Carp as a Probable Biological Control Agent for Zebra Mussel Population 1992

File 8 – Jim Malone vs. The State of Arkansas – 1992 (Jim Malone goes to Federal Court to defend the “Bradford Plan” in the matter of redistricting the Congressional Districts.)

File 9 – Jim Malone vs. The State of Arkansas continued-1992

File 10- Arkansas Times Magazine Dec. 1991, Article on page 53 on Wing mead, a private hunting sanctuary for duck hunting on Peckerwood Lake on the Grand Prairie of eastern Arkansas, “Trouble in Paradise” by George Waldon

File 11- Siloam Springs, AR Stocks Chinese Carp in 3 Fresh Water Retention Ponds – 1994

File 12- “Carp jumping into boats – really:  Fleeing noise of motors, Asian import hurts anglers, damages gear,” by John J. Fialka, November 19, 2006.

End of Box 2

 

Series II

Box 3

File 1 – Arizona/Salt River Project and Central Arizona Water Conservation District, 1983-1996

File 2 – California Game and Fish Commission – Correspondence, Regulations, and Permits,1985-1996

File 3 – “Monitoring Program for Operational Use of Triploid Grass Carp in the Coachilla Canal” – Coachilla Valley Water District, September 1989

File 4 – Coachilla Valley Water District: “Monitoring Program for Optional use of Triploid Carp in the Coachilla Canal” – Final Report b Richard G. Thiery, 1990

File 5 – Coachilla Valley Water District Correspondence, 1984-1986

File 6 – “Histological Study of Gonadal Development in Triploid and Diploid Grass Carp” By Jullia N. Dorshov, October 15, 1985

File 7 – “Morphological and Histological Study of Gonadal Development in F1 Hybrid”- Report to Hybrid Grass Carp Committee, By Julia N. Dorshov

File 8 – Imperial, California Irrigation District Correspondence, 1982-1986

File 9 – “The Grass Carp Issue: Control of Submerged Aquatic Plants with Triploid Grass Carp in Southern California Irrigation Canals” By Randall K. Stocker and Neal T. Hagstrom

File 10- “Introduction of Triploid Grass Carp for Aquatic Weed Control in the Coachilla and Imperial Valleys, California” By Neal R. Hagstrom and others, January 25, 1985

File 11- 1985 Annual Report: “Hydrilla Control Research Program, Imperial Irrigation District” By Randall K. Stocker, Ph.D., Neal T. Hagstrom, Michael D. Remington

File 12- “Final Environmental Impact Report: Introduction Triploid Grass Carp for Aquatic Control in the Coachilla and Imperial Valleys, California” By Randall Stocker, Ph.D., Neal T. Hagstrom, and others – April 1985

File 13- “1987 Triploid Grass Carp Sterility Studies, “Final Report, By Department of Animal Science University of California

File 14- Colorado – USDI, Bureau of Reclamation – AFD-USNFRL at Alamoso, Colorado,1993-1996

File 15- Louisiana – Gus Miller, Ville Platte, Louisiana: 100% Triploid Gras Carp – 1993

File 16- Louisiana – Barksdale Air Force Base: Triploid Grass Carp – 1997

File 17- Mississippi – North Mississippi Fish and Game Preserve:  100% Triploid Grass Carp,1993

File 18- New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Santa Fe, NM and Jicarilla Apache Tribe, Dulce, NM – 1992-1993

File 19- North Carolina Wildlife Resources Committee, 1984; Carolina Power & Light, 1985: North Carolina, South Carolina, and South Dakota

File 20- Sante Cooper Lake System, South Carolina – printed material, 1978

File 21- South Carolina/Lake Marion – 1985-1992: Stocked with Malone’s Hatchery Fish

File 22- South Carolina/Lake Marion and Lake Moultrie – 1993-1996

File 23- South Carolina: Miscellaneous – 1987-1996

File 24- Tennessee Valley Perspective (Magazine), Summer 1976: Vol. 6, No. 4

File 25- Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)/Guntersville Lake, Alabama Controvery – Newspaper Clippings and Pamphlets – 1988-1989

File 26- Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) Bids, Contacts, and Correspondence – 1983-1995

File 27- Proceedings of the Grass Carp Symposium Gainesville, Florida – March 7-9, 1994

File 28- Lake Guntersville Case Histories (Proceedings, Grass Carp Symposium)

File 29- TVA/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Joint Agency, Guntersville Project Aquatic Plant Management:  Aquatic Plant Coverage and Outdoor Recreational Lake Guntersville, AL: A Study of Preferences, Economic Values, and Economic Impacts – December 1993

File 30- TVA/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Joint Agency, Guntersville Project Aquatic Plant Management:  Aquatic Macrophyte Evaluations of Guntersville Reservoir Following the Introduction of Triploid Grass Carp 1990 Through 1994

File 31- TVA/U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Joint Agency, Guntersville Project Aquatic Plant Management:  The Effects of Aquatic Plants on Residential Shoreline Property Values at Guntersville Reservoir – September 1994

File 32- TVA/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Joint Agency, Guntersville Project Aquatic Plant Management:  Potential use of Native Aquatic Plants for Long-Term Control Problem Aquatic Plants in Guntersville Reservoir, Alabama – December 1994

File 33- TVA/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Joint Agency, Guntersville Project Aquatic Plant Management: Master Plan: Main Report, Guntersville Reservoir Aquatic Plant Management – March 1992

File 34- TVA/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Joint Agency, Guntersville Project Aquatic Plant Management:  Master Plan: Appendix G – Public Participation Guntersville Reservoir Aquatic Plant Management

File 35- TVA/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Joint Agency, Guntersville Project Aquatic Plant Management:  Master Plan: Executive Summary, Guntersville Reservoir Aquatic Plant Management

File 36- Virginia Electric and Power Co. – 1985-1995

File 37- Washington State and West Virginia – 1990s

End of Box 3

 

Series II

Box 4

File 1 – Argentina Inquiries (1986-1999)/ Canada Inquiries (1989-1995)/ Chili Inquiries (1991-1993)

File 2 – Mexico Inquiries (1989-1996)/Spain and Other Inquiries

File 3 – Panama Canal Co. and Stocking of the White Amur into Gutan Lake of the Panama Canal System – 1977-1979

File 4 – Rand Afrikaans University, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa: Supplied with Triploids from Malone’s – 1989-1992

File 5 – South Africa:  Correspondence – 1993

File 6 – South Africa:  Correspondence – 1994-1995

File 7 – South Africa: Correspondence – 1996

File 8 – South Africa: Correspondence  - 1997

File 9 – South Africa:  Correspondence – 1998-1999

File 10-Other South Africa Inquiries

End of Box 4

 

Series II

Box 5

File 1 – Correspondence:  Arizona, 1987-1995

File 2 – Correspondence:  Alaska and Alabama, 1992-1998

File 3 – Correspondence:  Arkansas, 1988-1997

File 4 – Correspondence and Stocking Permits:  California, 1989-1995

File 5 – Correspondence:  Colorado, 1974-1996

File 6 – Correspondence:  Connecticut, 1989-1995

File 7 – Correspondence: Delaware, 1985-1994

File 8 – Correspondence: Florida, 1989-1997

File 9 – Correspondence: Georgia, 1984-1991

File 10-Correspondence: Hawaii, 1986-1993

File 11-Correcpondence: Idaho, 1975-1994

File 12-Correspondence: Illinois: 1979-1997

File 13-Correspondence: Indiana, 1990-1992

File 14-Correspondence: Iowa, 1989-1990

File 15-Correspondence: Kansas, 1987-1991

File 16-Correspondence: Kentucky, 1991-1994

File 17-Correspondence: Louisiana, 1979-1995

File 18-Correspondence: Maine, 1994

File 19-Correspondence: Maryland, 1986-1995

File 20-Correspondence: Michigan, 1984-1997

File 21-Correspondence: Minnesota, 1976-1994

File 22-Correspondence: Mississippi, 1989-1993

File 23-Correspondence: Missouri, 1995

File 24-Correspondence: Nebraska, 1984-1994

File 25-Correspondence: Nevada, 1989-1992

File 26-Correspondence: New Hampshire, 1989

File 27-Correspondence: New Jersey, 1989-1994

File 28-Correspondence: New Mexico, 1989-1991

File 29-Correspondence: New York, 1988-1994

File 30-Correspondence: North Carolina, 1986-1992

File 31-Correspondence: Ohio, 1990-1994

File 32-Correspondence: Oklahoma, 1989-1994

File 33-Correspondence: Oregon, 1983-1992

File 34-Correspondence: Pennsylvania, 1989-1995

File 35-Correspondence: Rhode Island, 1989

File 36-Correspondence: Tennessee, 1989-1992

File 37-Correspondence: Texas, 1991-1997

File 38-Correspondence: Vermont, 1986-1992

File 39-Correspondence: Virginia, 1988-1995

File 40-Correspondence: Washington, 1984-1994

File 41-Correspondence: Washington, D.C., 1986-1989

File 42-Correspondence: West Virginia, 1986-1995

File 43-Correspondence: Wisconsin, 1989-1995

File 44-Correspondence: Wyoming, 1987-1995

End of Box 5

 

Series II

Box 6

File 1 – U.S. Army Engineer District – Contracting Division Information Packet, Mobile, Alabama

File 2 – “Agricultural Research”-U.S. Department of Agriculture, May 1987

File 3 - Aquatic Plant Control Research Program – 19th Annual Meeting, Nov. 26-29, 1984, Galveston, Texas

File 4 – Aquatic Plant Control Research Program – 29th Annual Meeting, Nov. 14-17, 1994, Vicksburg, Mississippi

File 5 – Confined Grass Carp Demonstration Test, Lake Seminole, FL-GA-AL, Jan. 1995

File 6 – Department of Army, Corps of Engineers: Water Ways Experiment Station – Correspondence, 1984-1993

File 7 – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Mobile District Contracting Division – Correspondence, 1995

File 8 – Certificate of Appreciation from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

File 9 – The Effects of the Grass Carp on Vegetation and Water Quality in Central Florida Lakes, August 1979

File 10-Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission: Progress Report for Hybrid Grass Carp Project, 1980-1982

File 11-Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission: Permits to Import, 1987-1991

File 12-University of Florida: Proceedings of the Grass Carp Symposium, March 1994

File 13-Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission: Permits to Import, 1992

File 14-Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission: Permits to Import, 1993

File 15-Newspaper Clippings and Photos, 1996-1997

File 16-Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission: Correspondence, 1984-1993

File 17-Texas Parks and Wildlife Department: Correspondence, 1976-1999

File 18-Texas Parks and Wildlife Department: Fisheries and Wildlife, Proposed Preamble, 1993

File 19-“A Biological Control of Eutrophican in Sewage Lagoons” – Re. Chinese Carp…the goal that never materialized (1972)

File 20-“An Evaluation of Filter Feeding Fishes For Water Quality Improvement” by Scott Henderson, Biologist for Arkansas Game and Fish Commission – March 1997

File 21-Manuscript: “Bacteriological, Virological, and Chemical Evaluation of  Wastewater – Aquaculture System” by Scott Henderson and others – 1982

File 22-“Observations on The Bighead and Silver Carp and Their Possible Application In Pond Fish Culture” Scott Henderson, Biologist for Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

File 23-“Production Potential of Catfish Grow-out Ponds Supplementally Stocked with Silver and Bighead Carp” by Scott Henderson, Biologist for Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

File 24-“Utilization of Silver and Bighead Carp for Water Quality Improvement” by Scott Henderson, Biologist for Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

File 25-“Polyculture of Chinese Carp in Ponds with Swine Wastes” by Homer Buck, R.J. Baur, and C.R. Rose (Page 51 acknowledges J.M. Malone, Lonoke, AR)

File 26-“Water Quality Control and Management of Animal Wastes Through Culture with Selected Fishes” by Homer Buck and R.J. Baur – April 1980

File 27-Rough draft: “Prawn/Fish Production Using Different Types and loadings of Swine Manure” by Homer Buck, S.R. Malecha, and R.J. Baur

File 28-“Wastewater Treatment with Complementary Filter Feeders: A New Method to Control Excessive Suspended Solids and Nutrients in Stabilization Ponds” By Daniel W. Smith (copied from Water Environment Research Vol. 65, No. 5)

File 29-Auburn University Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures – Correspondence and Breach on Contract, 1974-1981

End of Box 6

 

Series II

Box 7

File 1 – Diseases and Suggested Treatments for Fish

File 2 – Triploid Research Data

File 3 – F1 Hybrid (Triploid) Grass Carp Research Data, Drafts, Pictures, Etc.

File 4 – Arkansas and Other Early Research with Grass Carp in the States

File 5 – Text Book of Pond Culture by Wilhelm Schaeperclaus, Ph.D. (one of three known copies in existence, translated from the original German in 1933)

File 6 – Electricity Made Simple (1959) by Jacobowitz

File 7 – Culture of Freshwater Fish in China (1966), translation by Dr. Fred Kook

File 8 – Genetics, Spawning, Policy Manipulation

File 9 – Genetics, Spawning, Policy Manipulation

File 10-Pond Culture of the Chinese Carp

File 11-Rumors and Opinions

File 12-Research on Sterility / Reproduction in Exotic Fish – University of Maine, 1978-1979

File 13-Research on Aquatic Weed Control in The Netherlands and South Africa (one titled “Report on a Practical Period: J.M. Malone and Sons Enterprises Lonoke,  Arkansas, USA")

End of Box 7

 

Series II

Box 8

File 1 – Agricultural Research, U.S. Department of Agriculture, May 1987

File 2 – The American Fish Farmer Vols. 1-4, 1970-1973 (see Vol. 2, No. 6, May 1971 – The White Amur: A Controversial Biological Control” by Kent Sneed

File 3 – The American Fish Farmer, Article on Jim Malone’s Research – “Ecology’s Helper for the Pond Owner” by Herb Kinnear, Sept. 1974

File 4 – American Way, March 1981

File 5 – Aquaculture Magazine Vol. 6, No. 1 Nov. – Dec. 1979 (see page 33 – “White Amur Experience Leads to Development of Grass Carp Hybrid” by Teresa Lynch)

File 6 – Aquaculture Magazine, 1980 Buyers Guide

File 7 – Aquaculture Magazine, Vol. 6, Nos. 2, 3, 4, Jan, - June 1980

File 8 – Aquaculture Magazine, July/Aug. 1980; Sept./Oct. 1980; Nov./Dec. 1980

File 9 – Aquaculture Magazine, 1981 Buyer’s Guide

File 10-Aquaculture Magazine, Jan./Feb. 1981; March/April 1981; May/June 1981

File 11-Aquaculture Magazine, July/Aug. 1981; Sept./Oct. 1981; Nov./Dec. 1981

File 12-Aquaculture Magazine, 1982 Buyers Guide

File 13-Aquaculture Magazine, Jan./Feb. 1982; March/April 1982; May/June 1982

File 14-Aquaculture Magazine, July/Aug. 1982; Sept./Oct. 1982/;Nov./Dec. 1982

File 15-Aquaculture Magazine, 1983 Buyers Guide

File 16-Aquaculture Magazine. Jan./Feb. 1983; March/April 1983; July/Aug. 1983; Nov./Dec.1983

File 17-Aquatics, March 1979-December 1983

File 18-Aquaculture and the Fish Farmer, Vol. 1, Nos. 3, 6, Vol. 2, Nos. 1-5

File 19-Arkansas Aqua Farming, Cooperative Extension Service: University of Arkansas

File 20-Bow Fishing: The Ken Brown Guide to Bow Fishing, 1st Edition Autographed April 13,1980 (Jim Malone mentioned on page 71)

File 21-The Catfish Farmer & World Aqua Culture News, January 1974

File 22-The Commercial Fish Farmer and Aquaculture News, July/Aug. 1975-Nov. 1976

File 23-The Commercial Fish Farmer and Aquaculture News, Jan.-Nov. 1977

File 24-The Commercial Fish Farmer and Aquaculture News, Jan.-Nov. 1978

File 25-The Commercial Fish Farmer and Aquaculture News, Jan. and Aug. 1979

End of Box 8

 

Series II

Box 9

File 1 – Copies of Magazine Articles Concerning Jim Malone’s Work

File 2 – Farm Pond Harvest, Vol. 9, Nos. 2, 3, 4 (1975); Vol. 10, Nos. 1- 4 (1976)

File 3 – Farm Pond Harvest, Vol. 11, Nos. 1 – 4 (1977); Vol. 12, Nos. 1 – 4 (1978) Vol. 12, No. 3 – “Adventure in Panama” by Jim Malone

File 4 – Farm Pond Harvest, Vol. 13, Nos. 1, 2, 4, (1979); Vol. 14, Nos. 1 – 4 (1980)

File 5 – Farm Pond Harvest, Vol. 15, Nos. 2 – 4 (1981); Vol. 16, Nos. 1 – 4 (1982)

File 6 – Farm Pond Harvest, Vol. 17, Nos. 1 – 4 (1983); Vol. 18, No. 3 (1984) Vol. 20, No. 3 (1986), Vol. 17, No. 4 – “Malone’s Sterile White Amur” by Jim Malone Vol. 18, No. 3 – “100% Triploid Grass Carp” by Jim Malone

File 7 – Fisheries, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 – 6 (1976)

File 8 - Fisheries, Vol. 2, Nos. 1 – 6 (1977)

File 9 – Fisheries, Vol. 3, Nos. 1 – 6 (1978)

File 10-Fisheries, Vol. 4 Nos. 1 – 5 (1979)

File 11-Fisheries, Vol. 5, Nos. 1 – 6 (1980)

File 12-Fisheries, Vol. 6, Nos. 1 – 6 (1981)

File 13-Fisheries, Vol. 7, Nos. 1 – 6 (1982)

File 14-Fisheries, Vol. 9, No. 2; Vol. 11, Nos. 1-2

File 15-The Fisherman, Vol. 35, No. 6, “Sterile White Amur Reported to be Safe to us in Weed Control” announcement by Malone’s Hatchery, Lonoke, Arkansas (Page 4)

File 16-Fish Farming Industries, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1970) and 1973-1974 Buyer’s Guide

File 17-The IMP Practitioner, Vol. 13, No. 9 (1991)

File 18-Kansas Fish and Game, Vol. 35, No. 1 (1978), TheWhite Armr” by Bob Matthews

File 19-Komunikaty Rybackie, Jan. 1994 (Polish)

File 20-Missouri Conservationist, Vol. 43, No. 8 “What About Grass Carp” by Mark Haas

File 21-New Times, Vol. 8, No. 10 (1977) “Troubled Waters” (on pollution) by Lawrence Wright

File 22- Pond Boss, Inaugural Issue, July/Aug. 1992

File 23- Practical Aquaculture and Lake Management, Vol. 10, No. 1 (1992) “Readers Disagree about Grass Carp” letters by Andrew J. Zetts and Jim Malone, Sr. (page 9)

File 24-Smithsonian, Vol. No. 2, May 1980

File 25- Water Farming Journal, Vol. 8, No. 10, July 1993 “Malone Family Still Pioneering Aquaculture in Arkansas” (page 4)

File 26- Weeds, Tree, & Turf, Vol. 19, No 6 – “Effective Weed Control Entails Mixing Management Tools” by John Kerr (Jim Malone & Son Enterprises mentioned)

End of Box 9

 

Series II

Box 10

File 1 – Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 105, Nos. 1 – 5 (1976) Vol. No. 1, page 10:  Study made at Jim Malone Farm

File 2 – Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 106, Nos. 1 – 6 (1977)

File 3 – Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 107, Nos. 1 – 6 (1978)

File 4 – Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 108, Nos. 1 – 6 (1979)

File 5 – Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 109, Nos. 1 – 6 (1980)

File 6 – Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 111, Nos. 1 – 6 (1982)

File 7 – Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 112, No. 6 (1983)

End of Box 10

 

Series II

Box 11

Item 1 – Jim Malone’s 1970 Run For Governor Of Arkansas

Item 2 – Malone For Governor Scrapbook

Item 3 – 12” x 16” Black and White Photo of Jim Malone (1970)

End of Box 11

 

Series II

Box 12

File 1 – A Man for Arkansas:  Sid McMath and The Southern Reform Tradition by Jim Lester (1976)

File 2 – Aquaculture Management by James W.Meade (1989)

File 3 – Farming The Waters by Peter R. Limburg (1980)

File 4 – Faubus, Arkansas and Education by Walter E. Rowland, Ph.D. (1989)

File 5 – Getting Food From Water:  A Guide to Backyard Aquaculture by Gene Logsdon (1978)

File 6 – A Hatchery Manual for the Common, Chinese and Indian Major Carps by V.G. Jhingran and R.S.V. Pullin (1988)

File 7 – Journal of Aquatic Plant Management:  International Symposium on the Biology and Management of Aquatic Plants Vol. 31, January 1993

File 8 – No Retreat From Tomorrow: Presisdent Lydon B. Johnson’s 1976 Messages to the 90th  Congress

File 9 – Pollution an International Problem for Fisheries, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (1971)

File 10- The Reagan Wit edited by Bill Adler with Bill Adler Jr. (1981)

File 11- Special Methods in Pond Fish Husbandry by Laszlo Horvath, Gizella Tamas and Istavan Tolg (1984)

File 12- Third Report to The Fish Farmers: The Status of Warm Water Fish Farming and Progress in Fish Farming Research Edited by Harry K. Dupree and Jay V. Huner, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (1984)

File 13- A Tiny Bit of America by Trusten Holder (1987)

File 14- Why Not The Best by Jimmy Carter (1975) and (1977)

End of Box 12

End of Series II

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