Where Hunting Happens, Conservation Happens™

Vintage Whitetail Hunters - Volume 7

With an estimated 34 million whitetail deer running around the U.S. today, it’s hard to imagine that their numbers were down to around 500,000 in the early 1900s. With proper management, numbers rebounded, and hunting seasons followed. Many hunters were happy to snap a few field photos along the way. These are just a handful of thousands of vintage whitetail photos among the Boone and Crockett Club archives. Enjoy the trip down memory lane.   

Want to see the score charts too?

Subscribe Today for FREE


1 of 10 — Quebec 1947 


2 of 10 — Pennsylvania 1974 


3 of 10 — New York 1955 


4 of 10 — Washington 1968


5 of 10 — Wisconsin 1953 


6 of 10 — Montana 1976 


7 of 10 — Washington 1961



8 of 10 — Ohio 1964 


9 of 10 — Texas 1969


10 of 10 — Wisconsin 1910

Vintage Hunting Album


A Photographic Collection of Days Gone By

We’ve all heard it before…a picture is worth a thousand words. This couldn’t be truer with the release of Boone and Crockett Club’s newest book on the history of hunting featuring page after page of remarkable photographs of our hunting heritage dating back to the late 1800s. Readers will enjoy hours perusing through this album. Details that only a sportsmen would notice such as vintage firearms, custom knives, old-school hunting gear, and classic cars abound throughout this album.

Each image was carefully selected from the Boone and Crockett Club’s vast archive of big game records held at the Club’s headquarters. Our collection of old-time photographs rivals any found in North America and we’re delighted to share this slice of our hunting heritage with today’s sportsmen.

Available in two editions - Printed Hardcover and a Hand-bound Limited Edition. 

  • 10 x 8 inches

  • 200 pages



Regular Price: $29.95

Associate Price: $23.96 - Join and Save



Support Conservation

Support Hunting

Support Conservation

Support Education

"The wildlife and its habitat cannot speak. So we must and we will."

-Theodore Roosevelt