CFGC

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CFGCCalifornia Fish and Game Commission
CFGCCommunity Foundation of Greater Chattanooga (Chattanooga, TN)
CFGCCharnwood Forest Golf Club (UK)
CFGCChaplaincy, Full Gospel Churches (Dallas, TX)
CFGCCoalition for Gun Control (Canada)
CFGCColorado Federation of Garden Clubs
CFGCChristian Family Guidance Center (est. 1985; Missouri)
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(45) State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Seventh Biennial Report for the Years 1920-1922" (Sacramento, CA: California State Printing Office, 1923); State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Eighth Biennial Report for the Years 1922-1924" (Sacramento, CA: California State Printing Office, 1924): 104-105; State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Ninth Biennial Report for the Years 1924-1926" (Sacramento, CA: California State Printing Office, 1927): 118-119.
(49) State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Sixth Biennial Report for the Years 1918-1920" (Sacramento, CA: California State Printing Office, 1921): 126-127.
(51) State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Seventh Biennial Report for the Years 1920-1922" (1923); State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Eighth Biennial Report for the Years 1922-1924" (1924): 104-105; State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Twenty-Ninth Biennial Report for the Years 1924-1926" (1927): 118-119.
(52) State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Thirty-First Biennial Report for the Years 1928-1930" (1930): 176-177; State of California Fish and Game Commission, "Thirty-Second Biennial Report for the Years 1930-1932" (1932): 122-123; California Department of Fish and Game, California Fish and Game 17, no.
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(1,2) With high recommendations from Gilbert, Thompson was hired to a temporary position in 1917 by the California Fish and Game Commission. (3,4 Thompson then became important in the burgeoning field of marine fisheries research in California.
Thompson at the California Fish and Game Commission
Thompson was hired in 1917 by Norman Bishop Scofield (1869-1958), the Director of the recently formed Department of Commercial Fisheries in the California Fish and Game Commission (Clark, 1982; Smith, 1994).
Frances Clark was the first female biologist to be employed by the California Fish and Game Commission. She spent most of her career with the state agency, rising to become Director of the State Fisheries Laboratory and a major figure in Pacific sardine research (Clark, 1982; Croker, 1987).
Thompson initially worked for the International Fisheries Commission while "on leave" from the California Fish and Game Commission. He returned to California at intervals to continue his work there (W.
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