How many of you have ever flipped through pages of "Kansas Fish & Game," a quarterly magazine published by the Kansas Forestry, Fish and Game Commission. Begun in 1939, the periodical featured articles and photos on hunting, fishing, trapping, game laws, and Kansas wildlife and scenes.
Interested? Well, the State Library of Kansas has a deal for you! Wet that virtual thumb and turn back the pages of time looking through this magazine once more... or for the first time... at the Kansas Government Information (KGI) Online Library.
We've scanned issues of this wonderful magazine from 1939 to 1969 and offer it up for any and all to peruse. Read the articles or just skim through looking at the pictures. You can access issues of this document via the KGI Online Library record:
Just click on the title link and you'll be taken to a list of yearly volumes with combined issues throughout each year.
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