UW-Milwaukee Department of Theatre Records, 1911-2015

Container Title
Series: 9/25/10-3: County, State, and Foreign Files
Scope and Content Note

Mr. Leopold apparently set up the County, State, and Foreign Files when he began his game surveys for the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute (SAAMI) in 1928. Since the surveys were originally intended to cover the entire country, he began filing clippings on game matters from newspapers, state conservation bulletins, and the DuPont Conservation News ; digests of and extracts from books and articles he had read; maps, data, reports, and other materials, all designated miscellaneous. He also used the miscellaneous files to store extra outline maps, most of which have been removed.

The correspondence in these files is of about equal bulk with the miscellaneous materials for each state, and includes letters to and from cooperators of the survey, officials of SAAMI and its Committee on Restoration and Protection of Game (especially Stewart Commeaux, John M. Olin, Elliott C. Dill, and L. W. T. Waller, Jr.), and other friends. It concerns game matters, potential game surveys, and conservation issues in the various states. The files contain additional correspondence and data for states actually surveyed by Mr. Leopold -- Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin. SAAMI game research fellowships are the subject of correspondence with David Gorsuch in Arizona (quail), R. E. Yeatter in Michigan (ring-necked pheasant and Hungarian partridge), and Ralph King in Minnesota (ruffed grouse and cycles). Materials relating to Paul Errington's fellowship at the University of Wisconsin (quail) are not found in this series, but there is some material in the Bobwhite folder (9/25/10-4 002 004).

Some correspondence describes private consulting by Mr. Leopold in the period between the termination of his support by SAAMI in early 1932 and his faculty appointment in August 1933, but after 1933 materials in the state files begin diminishing gradually to about 1940.

The Wisconsin files, arranged by county, contain correspondence and notes, reports, maps, reprints, clippings, and other materials on wildlife history and game management, gathered mostly during the game survey and the early years of Mr. Leopold's faculty position, about 1929-1939. Some folders contain plat books, land economic inventory maps, wildlife management plans by Mr. Leopold and others, student papers on various areas, and consulting reports.

The foreign files contain correspondence and articles from about 1930-1940 on wildlife and conservation philosophy.

Arrangement of folders is alphabetical by county (Wisconsin), state, or country. Material within folders is arranged chronologically. Little or no description of the contents is available for most folders. Empty folders have been noted.

box 001
County, State, and Foreign Files: Counties (Wisconsin), A-K
box 001
folder 001
Adams County
Note

Correspondence and manuscripts concerning the Monroe Center Game Cooperative 1933-1935, and correspondence 1941-1943 with Donald Brown of Friendship concerning sandhill cranes and other wildlife.

15 letters, 5 ms., 1933-1943, 1956

box 001
folder 002
Ashland County
Note: 1 misc., 1934
box 001
folder 003
Barron County
Note: 2 letters, 5 misc., 1934-1948
box 001
folder 004
Bayfield County
Note: 4 misc., maps
box 001
folder 005
Brown County
Note: 2 misc.
box 001
folder 006
Buffalo County
Note: 3 letters, 1941; 4 misc.
box 001
folder 007
Burnett County
Note: (empty)
box 001
folder 008
Calumet County
Note: 1 map, 1942.
box 001
folder 009
Chippewa County
Note: (empty)
box 001
folder 010
Clark County
Note: (empty)
box 001
folder 011
Columbia County
Note: (empty)
box 001
folder 012
(Columbia County) Agency House, Portage
Note

Contains two letters, a report by AL, and a blueprint pertaining to the possibility of reestablishing a prairie on the property.

4 items, 1941-1942

box 001
folder 013
Crawford County
Note: (empty)
box 001
folder 014
Dane County
Note: 15 manuscripts and misc., 1933-1948
box 001
folder 015
Dodge County
Note

Contents pertain largely to Horicon Marsh and to a game management plan prepared by AL and Ralph Conway for the Beaver Dam Conservation Club.

20 items, 1935-1937, 1947

box 001
folder 016
Door County
Note: Report (on Rock Island), 1937
box 001
folder 017
Douglas County
Note: 4 letters, 1936-1937; 10 misc.; maps
box 001
folder 018
box 001
folder 019
Eau Claire County
Note: (empty)
box 001
folder 020
Florence County
Note: 2 misc.
box 001
folder 021
Fond du Lac County
Note: maps
box 001
folder 022
Forest County
Note: 2 misc.
box 001
folder 023
Grant County
Note: 4 SCS reports, 1936-1938; misc.
box 001
folder 024
Green County
Note: 1 letter, map, 1942.
box 001
folder 025
Green Lake County
Note: Report (on White Creek Marsh) 1934, misc.
box 001
folder 026
box 001
folder 027
box 001
folder 028
Jackson County
Note

Reports on a deer range of Saddle Mound area by AL, 1944, and W. S. Feeney, 1943.

8 items

box 001
folder 029
Jefferson County
Note: 3 misc.
box 001
folder 030
Juneau County
Note: 3 letters, 1939; maps
box 001
folder 031
box 001
folder 032
Kewaunee County
Note: (empty)
box 002
County, State, and Foreign Files: Counties (Wisconsin), L-W
box 002
folder 001
LaCrosse County
Note

Here are included Paul Errington's correspondence with John P. Bird of LaCrosse and pages from Mr. Bird's shooting journal, sent to AL for his files.

10 letters, journal pp., 1929-1937

box 002
folder 002
Lafayette County
Note: map
box 002
folder 003
Langlade County
Note: maps, misc.
box 002
folder 004
Lincoln County
Note: (empty)
box 002
folder 005
Manitowoc County
Note: 1 letter, 1940; map; student paper
box 002
folder 006
Marathon County
Note: (empty)
box 002
folder 007
Marinette County
Note: 2 letters, 2 misc., 1942-1945
box 002
folder 008
Marquette County
Note: 5 misc., ms.
box 002
folder 009
Milwaukee County
Note: 2 letters, misc., 1929-1936
box 002
folder 010
Monroe County
Note: (empty)
box 002
folder 011
box 002
folder 012
Oneida County
Note: memo, 1934
box 002
folder 013
Outagamie County
Note: 4 items, 1936-1938
box 002
folder 014
Ozaukee County
Note: misc.
box 002
folder 015
Pepin County
Note: 2 misc.
box 002
folder 016
Pierce County
Note: (empty)
box 002
folder 017
box 002
folder 018
Portage County
Note

Included are F. J. W. Schmidt materials on Stockton Marsh.

8 misc.

box 002
folder 019
Price County
Note: 1 misc.
box 002
folder 020
Racine County
Note: 1 letter, 1941; map
box 002
folder 021
Richland County
Note: 1 letter, 1932
box 002
folder 022
Rock County
Note: 1misc., 1939
box 002
folder 023
Rusk County
Note: 4 letters, 1936; misc., maps
box 002
folder 024
St. Croix County
Note: 1 letter, 1935; map
box 002
folder 025
Sauk County
Note: 4 letters, 8 misc., 1929-1947
box 002
folder 026
Sawyer County
Note: 4 letters, 5 misc., maps, 1932-1947
box 002
folder 027
Shawano County
Note: misc.
box 002
folder 028
Sheboygan County
Note: 4 misc.
box 002
folder 029
Taylor County
Note: (empty)
box 002
folder 030
Trempealeau County
Note: 2 letters, 1929; 4 misc.
box 002
folder 031
box 002
folder 032
Vilas County
Note: 4 letters, 1941-1946; misc., maps
box 002
folder 033
Walworth County
Note: 5 misc.
box 002
folder 034
Washburn County
Note: 5 misc.
box 002
folder 035
Washington County
Note: (empty)
box 002
folder 036
Waukesha County
Note

An ecological history of Waukesha County written by Howard Young is included.

5 letters, 1928-1938; misc., maps

box 002
folder 037
Waupaca County
Note: 2 misc.
box 002
folder 038
Waushara County
Note: 4 letters, 1938-1940; misc.
box 002
folder 039
Winnebago County
Note: 3 misc.
box 002
folder 040
Wood County
Note

Contains the undated manuscript for "A proposed Central Wisconsin Foundation," written by AL.

1 ms.

box 003
County, State, and Foreign Files: States, Alabama-Georgia
box 003
folder 001
Alabama, Miscellaneous and Correspondence
Note: 4 letters, 1930; 9 [letters], 1936-1937; 12 misc., 1928-1931
box 003
folder 002
Alaska
Note: 3 misc., 1932; 1948
box 003
folder 003
Arizona, Miscellaneous and Correspondence
Note

Correspondence with W. P. Taylor, D. M. Gorsuch, Fred Winn et al., concerns Arizona reorganization, etc. Miscellaneous materials regarding Kaibab are also included.

20 letters, 1928-1935; 3 [letters], 1944-1947; 20 misc., 1929-1936

box 003
folder 004
Arizona Fellowship
Note

Contains correspondence with David Gorsuch, fellow; Charles T. Vorhies, University of Arizona faculty member in charge; Walter P. Taylor, USBS-Tuscon; H. L. Shantz, President, University of Arizona; and H. L. Stoddard, United States Biological Survey supervisor. Correspondence with David Gorsuch, 18 September 1934, concerns efforts to continue financing through ECW.

115 letters, 1928-1936

box 003
folder 005
Arkansas, Miscellaneous and Correspondence
Note: 6 letters, 1930, 1935, 1943; 6 misc., 1928-1930
box 003
folder 006
California, Correspondence
Note

Contains correspondence with Tracy Storer on quail, Joseph Dixon on deer, and Joseph Grinnell on the California condor; and a 1938 letter to Carl Sauer on research in the Southwest.

85 letters, 1928-1947

box 003
folder 007
California, Miscellaneous
Note

Most of the material is from 1929-32. AL was considering a possible game survey.

75 misc., 1926-1936

box 003
folder 008
Colorado, Miscellaneous and Correspondence
Note: 25 letters, 1928-1938; 5 misc., 1929
box 003
folder 009
Connecticut, Miscellaneous and Correspondence
Note

Correspondence with H. H. Chapman and Henry Graves (Yale Forest School) and Arthur L. Clarke (Supt., State Board of Fish and Game Commissioners) concerns a game program at Yale and a possible survey of Connecticut. Miscellaneous items include A.L. Clarke's Rural Homes Plan (1933).

50 letters, 1928-1937; 5 misc., 1930-1933

box 003
folder 010
Delaware, Miscellaneous
Note

Miscellaneous items include William Vogt's "Death and Transfiguration in Delaware" (mimeo, undated).

5 letters, 1930-1935; 5 misc.

box 003
folder 011
District of Columbia
Note: (empty)
box 003
folder 012
Florida, Miscellaneous and Correspondence
Note

Miscellaneous items mainly concern the Everglades.

10 letters, 1928-1938; 10 misc.

box 003
folder 013
Georgia, Miscellaneous and Correspondence
Note: 25 letters, 1930-1944; 10 misc., 1928-1939
box 004
County, State, and Foreign Files: States, Idaho-Massachusetts
box 004
folder 001
Idaho, Miscellaneous and Correspondence
Note: 10 letters, 1929-1932; 10 misc.
box 004
folder 002
Illinois, Correspondence
Note

Includes 1938 correspondence about quail and prairie chicken studies.

60 letters, 1929-1946

box 004
folder 003
Illinois, Miscellaneous
Note: 40 items
box 004
folder 004
Illinois, Original Maps and Charts (Game Survey, 1929)
box 004
folder 005
Indiana, Correspondence
Note

Correspondence with Richard Lieber (director, Department of Conservation), A. E. Andrews (assistant editor, The Indiana Farmer's Guide ) and others concerns a SAAMI survey (1929), hawk trapping (1931), and a possible game survey (1933).

70 letters, 1929-1935

box 004
folder 006
Indiana, Miscellaneous
Note: 20 items, 1929-1934
box 004
folder 007
Indiana, Original Maps and Charts (Game Survey, 1929)
box 004
folder 008
Kansas, Correspondence
Note

Correspondence regarding a possible SAAMI fellowship in 1929 is included.

22 letters, 1928-1936

box 004
folder 009
Kansas, Miscellaneous
Note: 8 items, 1929-1934
box 004
folder 010
Kentucky, Correspondence
Note

Correspondence for 1932 concerns a possible survey.

20 letters, 1929-1933, 1936

box 004
folder 011
Kentucky, Miscellaneous
Note: 3 items
box 004
folder 012
Louisiana, Correspondence
Note: 15 letters, 1930-1935
box 004
folder 013
Louisiana, Miscellaneous
Note: 20 items, 1928-1934
box 004
folder 014
Maine, Correspondence
Note

Correspondence concerns A. O. Gross's prairie chicken and deer studies in Maine (1931 and 1943 respectively).

8 letters, 1931, 1943

box 004
folder 015
Maine, Miscellaneous
Note: 5 items, 1930-1936
box 004
folder 016
Maryland, Correspondence
Note

Contains correspondence with Bob Marshall concerning wilderness and Brazier Howell concerning predator control.

13 letters, 1930-1936

box 004
folder 017
Maryland, Miscellaneous
Note: 10 items, 1930-1936
box 004
folder 018
Massachusetts, Correspondence
Note

Includes correspondence with Arthur L. Clark, 1928 (Game Restoration Department, The National Sportsman); John C. Phillips, 1929-1930 (President, Massachusetts Fish and Game Association); Frank Waugh (Massachusetts State College); David Aylward; Hugh M. Raup (Arnold Arboretum, Harvard) on ecology and climatic change; and others, on the possibility of a New England game survey.

80 letters, 1928-1938

box 004
folder 019
Massachusetts, Miscellaneous
Note: 15 items
box 005
County, State, and Foreign Files: States, Iowa
Note: Materials from AL's 1928 SAAMI survey of Iowa are apparently not included. Rather, this series of files deals with his later game survey of Iowa, 1931-1932, and follow-up to it. (The survey was undertaken by AL as a facet of the Iowa 25-year Conservation Plan coordinated by Jacob L. Crane, Jr., planning consultant.)
box 005
folder 001
Correspondence
Note

Correspondence with Gordon Leavitt, John N. Ball, E. S. Parker, Chance S. Hill, and others involves preliminaries and follow-up to the second Iowa survey.

125 letters, 1931-1939

box 005
folder 002
Correspondence with Fish & Game Commission
Note

Correspondents include I. T. Bode, State Fish and Game Warden; William Schuenke, Chief Supervisor, Game and Wardens; W. C. Boone, Chairman Fish and Game Commission; Arther E. Rapp, Secretary Fish and Game Commission; and Jacob L. Crane, Jr., Planning Consultant.

160 letters, 1931-1935

box 005
folder 003
Game Research at Ames (Errington)
Note

Includes correspondence with Paul Errington, SAAMI fellow under AL at the UW, 1929-1932. Errington was recipient of a 3-year grant from J. N. Darling (matched by funds from Iowa State College, Ames, and the Iowa Fish and Game Commission) for scientific research bearing on execution of the Iowa Conservation plan, 1932-1935.

80 letters, 1929, 1931-1940

box 005
folder 004
Publication of Handbook and Report
Note

In spring 1932, AL prepared a handbook, Management of Upland Game Birds , which was distributed in pamphlet form. The report "Game Survey of Iowa" (summer 1932) was never fully published. Correspondence with I. T. Bode, W. C. Boone, Jacob L. Crane, Jr., Cal Johnson (editor, Outdoor America ) and others, concerns various schemes for publication. (See also "Game Survey of Iowa" in 9/25/10-6, Box 010, Folder 003.)

60 letters; 1932-1933

box 005
folder 005
Report on Iowa Game Survey
Note

Folder 005 contains reprints of chapters 1-3 of the 1933 report on the Iowa Game Survey, along with typed drafts of chapters 3, 6-9, and Preface. (Chapters 1-4 were published in Outdoor America .) Also included is correspondence (August-October 1933) concerning suspension of the magazine and consequences for AL's report.

7 letters, 1933; reprints and mss.

box 005
folder 006
Miscellaneous
Note

Unpublished reports by AL.

50 items, 1931-1939

box 005
folder 007
Supporting Data for Report
Note

Correspondence, maps, charts, reports, clippings, etc. Contents were unbound for digitization in 2007 and are kept in the order in which they were bound.

80 items, 1931-1932 (bound file folder)

box 005
folder 008
Prints and Originals of Maps and Charts
Note: most [items]1931-1932
box 006
County, State, and Foreign Files: States, Michigan-Minnesota
box 006
folder 001
Michigan, Correspondence
Note

Correspondents include P. S. Lovejoy, Michigan Department of Conservation, Division of Game; S. T. Dana, Dean, University of Michigan School of Forestry and Conservation; Victor H. Cahalane, Conservation Department -- Deer Investigations; H. M. Wright, Assistant Professor of Forest Zoology, University of Michigan; Miles D. Pirnie, Ornithologist, Game Division; H. D. Ruhl, Game Division; Carl Hubbs, University of Michigan Institute for Fisheries Research; et al. Correspondence for 1937 concerns efforts to continue the research of William H. Long, Jr.

60 letters, 1928-1934; 20 [letters], 1937

box 006
folder 002
Michigan, Williamston Project
Note

Contains reports, articles, etc. on a cooperative farmer-sportsman arrangement, supported by Michigan IWLA.

20 misc., 1929-1932

box 006
folder 003
Michigan, Miscellaneous
Note: 60 items, 1927-1935
box 006
folder 004
Michigan, Fellowship
Note

Correspondence relates to R. E. Yeatter's study of ring-necked pheasant and Hungarian partridge in Michigan.

80 letters, 1929-1934

box 006
folder 005
Minnesota, Correspondence
Note

Includes correspondence with Charles L. Horn, President, Federal Cartridge Company, concerning predation, 1933-1934.

110 letters, 1928-1940

box 006
folder 006
Minnesota, Miscellaneous
Note

Contains early Quetico-Superior clippings and miscellaneous items (1928-1940).

55 items, 1928-1940; 1 letter, 1951

box 006
folder 007
Minnesota Fellowship
Note

Contains correspondence with Ralph T. King, fellow studying ruffed grouse and cycles; R.N. Chapman, faculty supervisor; and Dr. Green.

110 letters, 1928-1934

box 007
County, State, and Foreign Files: States, Mississippi-New Jersey
box 007
folder 001
Mississippi, Correspondence
Note: 40 letters, 1928-1931
box 007
folder 002
Mississippi, Miscellaneous
Note: 25 letters, 1927-1930
box 007
folder 003
Mississippi, Original Maps and Charts (Game Survey, 1929)
box 007
folder 004a
Missouri, Correspondence
Note

Contains correspondence with Elora Blaettner and others on the game survey; with W. O. Nagel and Rudolf Bennitt on teaching conservation; and on the Irish Wilderness of Missouri (wild turkey country), 1937.

200 letters, 1934-1940

box 007
folder 004b
Missouri, Correspondence
Note

In June 2007 folder 004 was divided for better preservation of the physical contents.

1928-1933

box 007
folder 005
Missouri, Miscellaneous
Note

Several reports by Wallace Grange are included.

30 items, 1929-1940; 1 misc., 1943

box 007
folder 006
Missouri, Original Maps and Charts (Game Survey, 1930)
box 007
folder 007
Montana, Correspondence
Note: 25 letters, 1926-1935
box 007
folder 008
Montana, Miscellaneous
Note: 12 items, 1929-1934
box 007
folder 009
Nebraska, Correspondence
Note: 20 letters, 1928-1934, 1940
box 007
folder 010
Nebraska, Miscellaneous
Note: 20 items, 1928-1936
box 007
folder 011
Nevada, Correspondence
Note: (empty)
box 007
folder 012
Nevada, Miscellaneous
Note: 1 misc., 2 maps
box 007
folder 013
New Hampshire, Correspondence
Note: 8 letters, 1928-1930
box 007
folder 014
New Hampshire, Miscellaneous
Note: 7 misc., 1928-1930
box 007
folder 015
New Jersey, Correspondence
Note

Some correspondence concerns a possible survey, 1932.

45 letters, 1928-1938

box 007
folder 016
New Jersey, Miscellaneous
Note: 10 items, 1930-1939
box 008
County, State, and Foreign Files: States, New Mexico-North Dakota
box 008
folder 001
New Mexico, Correspondence
Note

Contains correspondence concerning the reorganization of New Mexico's conservation agencies; game matters; and personal matters. Includes correspondence with Elliott and Omar Barker, R. Fred Pettit, Edgar L. Perry (State Fish and Game Warden), Frank C. W. Pooler (USFS District 3 Forester), Arthur Sisk, J. Stokely Ligon (State Department of Game and Fish), John D. Clark (Professor at the University of New Mexico), et al.

120 letters, 1925-1941

box 008
folder 002
New Mexico, Miscellaneous
Note

Several AL articles are included, along with materials on game, the Gila area, etc.

40 items, 1919-1937

box 008
folder 003
Pattie's Journal
Note

AL intended to write a paper on Southwestern ecology, using James O. Pattie's journal as a major source.

10 letters and 2 annotated maps, 1924-1926

box 008
folder 004
New York, Correspondence
Note

Correspondents include Davis Quinn on predation; Arthur Allen, Cornell; Gardiner Bump (New York Conservation Department) and Ralph Hosmer (Professor of Forestry at Cornell) concerning possible lectures or surveys in New York, 1932; Mrs. Rosalie Edge, Emergency Conservation Committee; Helen Willis et al. concerning newspaper articles on AL's work; and Ray Holland, editor of Field and Stream .

140 letters, 1928-1939

box 008
folder 005
New York, Miscellaneous
Note: 30 items, 1917-1940
box 008
folder 006
North Carolina, Correspondence
Note: 25 letters, 1928-1937
box 008
folder 007
North Carolina, Miscellaneous
Note: 40 items, 1928-1931, 1940
box 008
folder 008
North Dakota, Correspondence
Note: 7 letters, 1931-1938
box 008
folder 009
North Dakota, Miscellaneous
Note: 17 misc., 1929-1937
box 009
County, State, and Foreign Files: States, Ohio-Tennessee
box 009
folder 001
Ohio, Correspondence
Note

Correspondents include E. L. Wickliff, Ohio Department of Agriculture -- Conservation Division; Lawrence Hicks, Ohio Game Survey; and S. Prentice Baldwin, et al. Subjects include possible Ohio fellowships and a predator controversy in Ohio, 1932-1934.

130 letters, 1928-1947

box 009
folder 002
Ohio, Miscellaneous
Note: 40 items, 1929-1941
box 009
folder 003
Oklahoma, Correspondence
Note: 13 letters, 1928-1931, 1940
box 009
folder 004
Oklahoma, Miscellaneous
Note: 12 items, 1925-1935
box 009
folder 005
Oregon, Correspondence
Note

Correspondence with Earl Fry (DuPont in Seattle), et al., on the possibility of AL's conducting an Oregon game survey; John D. Guthrie; Walter J. Perry; and others.

50 letters, 1928-1941

box 009
folder 006
Oregon, Miscellaneous
Note: 18 items
box 009
folder 007
Pennsylvania, Correspondence
Note

Includes correspondence with W. Gard Conklin (Board of Game Commissioners), Ed C. M. Richards, Richard Gerstell, Seth Gordon, Gifford Pinchot (1940), L. W. T. Waller, Jr., William R. Van Dersal, Morris L. Cooke, et al.

100 letters, 1928-1940

box 009
folder 008
Pennsylvania, Miscellaneous
Note

Many items concern deer.

107 items, 1927-1942

box 009
folder 009
Rhode Island, Correspondence
Note: 1 letter, 1931
box 009
folder 010
Rhode Island, Miscellaneous
Note: 2 misc., 1929-1930
box 009
folder 011
South Carolina, Correspondence
Note

Includes correspondence about a game management course in South Carolina, and with George L. Barrus on fire, brush, and quail.

22 letters, 1930-1935

box 009
folder 012
South Carolina, Miscellaneous
Note: misc., 1928-1938
box 009
folder 013
South Dakota, Correspondence
Note: 35 letters, 1929-1934
box 009
folder 014
South Dakota, Miscellaneous
Note: 15 items, 1929-1941
box 009
folder 015
Tennessee, Correspondence
Note

Includes letters regarding quail studies and a possible forestry job with Tennessee Valley Authority.

35 letters, 1929-1944

box 009
folder 016
Tennessee, Miscellaneous
Note: 5 items, 1929-1932
box 010
County, State, and Foreign Files: States, Texas-Wyoming; Foreign
box 010
folder 001
Texas, Correspondence
Note

Correspondents include William J. Tucker (Secretary of the Texas Game, Fish, and Oyster Commission), H. H. MacDonald, Walter P. Taylor, Phil Goodrum, et al.

34 letters, 1930-1943

box 010
folder 002
Texas, Miscellaneous
Note: 17 items, 1930-1938
box 010
folder 003
(Texas) King Ranch
Note

AL was invited to visit this ranch 6-7 February 1947, immediately after a WMI conference in San Antonio, held 3-5 February. Subjects discussed in correspondence include deer, quail (Errington's research), and predators.

13 letters, January-April 1947; photos

box 010
folder 004
Utah, Correspondence
Note

Contains correspondence with S. B. Locke of the Intermountain Experimental Station regarding deer, and with T. G. Taylor of Utah State Agricultural College, who asked for a SAAMI fellowship and for information on a game survey for Utah.

50 letters, 1928-1936

box 010
folder 005
Utah, Miscellaneous
Note

Materials on Kaibab are included.

17 items, 1928-1941

box 010
folder 006
Vermont, Correspondence
Note: 3 letters, 1937-1938
box 010
folder 007
Vermont, Miscellaneous
Note: 2 misc., 2 maps
box 010
folder 008
Virginia, Correspondence
Note

A discussion of farmer cooperation with M. D. Hart, and AL's rates for a game survey in Virginia.

17 letters, 1929-1935

box 010
folder 009
Virginia, Miscellaneous
Note: 8 misc., 1928-1938
box 010
folder 010
Washington, Correspondence
Note

Correspondents include D. J. Leffingwell, Washington State College, Pullman (concerning a possible quail fellowship); Earl Fry; and F. S. Henika, Pullman.

55 letters, 1928-1942

box 010
folder 011
Washington, Miscellaneous
Note: 13 items, 1929-1936
box 010
folder 012
West Virginia, Correspondence
Note: 3 letters, 1931-1934
box 010
folder 013
West Virginia, Miscellaneous
Note: 5 misc., 1930-1934
box 010
folder 014
Wyoming, Correspondence
Note

Includes correspondence with M. W. Rush concerning an elk study in Yellowstone; and with Olaus Murie about predators, gulls, and ducks.

18 letters, 1928-1940

box 010
folder 015
Wyoming, Miscellaneous
Note: 10 misc., 1929-1932
box 010
folder 016
(Wyoming) Sagehen Study
Note

Correspondents include S. B. Locke, Conservation Director, IWLA; C. L. Forsling, Director of the Intermountain Forest and Range Experimental Station, Ogden; John W. Scott, professor of zoology, University of Wyoming; George Girard, student.

40 letters, 1932-1935

box 010
folder 017
Canada
Note: 1 letter, 1932; 2 misc.
box 010
folder 018
Alberta
Note: 1 letter, 1931; 2 misc.
box 010
folder 019
British Columbia
Note: 4 misc.
box 010
folder 020
Manitoba
Note: 1 letter, 1930; 3 misc.
box 010
folder 021
Maritime Provinces
Note: 3 misc.
box 010
folder 022
Ontario-Quebec
Note

Correspondence with Harrison Lewis (Chief Federal Migratory Bird Officer, Ontario and Quebec) and Hoyes Lloyd concerning wildlife matters and conservation philosophy.

45 letters, 1930-1939; 2 misc.

box 010
folder 023
Saskatchewan
Note: 3 letters, 1934, 1939; 2 misc.
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folder 024
Europe
Note

Correspondents include T. M. Rasek; Charles Elton and A. D. Middleton (Bureau of Animal Population, Oxford); Oscar De Beaux (Italy); and V. Generosoff (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics).

45 letters, 1930-1940; 3 misc.

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folder 025
Germany
Note

Correspondents include Franz Heske and Adalbert Ebner.

12 letters, 1935-1936; 12 misc., 1934-1936

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folder 026
Africa
Note: 1 letter, 1937
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folder 027
South America
Note: 1 misc.
box 010
folder 028
Mexico
Note: 4 letters, 1936-1941; 10 misc.