Can't say exactly how I came across it, but I found a transcripted interview of my great-uncle Chuck Gray, archived by the UAF. It's full of all kinds of interesting stuff about game enforcement, guiding, market hunting, subsistence hunting, predator control and all the transitions that such things have gone through from the 1950's on. A fantastic read for anyone who wants to hear about the way it used to be and how things have changed. It is remarkable how so many of the issues surrounding hunting are basically the same issues re-hashed over and over again for decades. It's also neat to think about how far enforcement, ethics and game management have come over the last century here. Anyway, here is the link to the article for those who care to read.