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Dnenber 2n. 1946 
 
 
'Mr. C. R. Outerath 
Wildlife                 tutt 
Investment Bldg. 
Wingu1ngton 5, D. C. 
 
Dear P-nk2 
 
Let me thank you first of all for the omplimu tany 
coy of Stanlq Youig's *      "humW. I appreciate 
this yery much. 
 
Thake for your letter about the i.z 
job at San Antonio. I will not need forty- 
five mimitex. I had no busi2imss irt**in 
th. job at all, but I r&allze4 that you were 
probably hard put for aomeone to fwnotion in 
this capacity. I will do the best I oea. 
 
      With personal rog.rds, yors as emr, 
 
 
                            Aldo Leopold 
(Signe4 in Mr. Laopoldfs absenoe to avoid delV). 
 
  

					
				
					
 
 
 
IRA N. GABRIELSON                                                       
    C. STEWART COMEAUX 
    President                                                           
         Treasurer 
 C. R. GUTERMUTH        WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE                   
       ETHEL M. QUEE 
   Vice-President                                                       
         Secretary 
                                    Dedicated to Wildlife Restoration 
                              INVESTMENT BUILDING, WASHINGTON 5, D. C. 
 
                                   December 17, 1946 
 
 
 
 
 
 
           Lr. Aldo Leopold 
           Departaent of ",:il(life Conservation 
           University of 7;isconsin 
           I'L dison, I isconsin 
 
           Dear Aldo: 
 
                             I have been going in circles and aa Just getting
down 
           to the serious Conference details. It is gratifying to knol, that
you are 
           going to handle the sunLaarization. This is a tremendous job and
we are 
           happy to 'now that the assigmaent is in good hands. 
 
                            The Chairman of the General Session ' :ildlife
and 
           3usiness," vir. Edward . Allen of Seattle, was just in the
office and 
           I arranged with him to introduce you at the close of his session..
He 
           will terminate his prograAi promptly and wue will have at least
forty- 
           five minutes for your review. 
 
                            Your summarizations have become the aost important

           part of the printed Transactions and " am ileased to say
that a -reat 
           uay people have stayed for the closing hours of the Conference
merely 
           e"-cause of the summarization. Some of the fellow,%Ts seem
to think that 
           this revieiw should be given earlier but we are of the op)inion
that it 
           provi(des the apn-ropriate climax for these important Conferences.

 
                             ' e are going- to have a large attendance at
the forth- 
           cominc international iaeeting and I do not believe that there
will be 
           any premaature departures. Liost of the people wll stay to the
end 
           since they are planning to relax a bit in the sunny south after
the 
           meetings adjourn. 
 
                             !e do vant you to 1'mow that your continued
cooperation 
           is deeply appreciated. 
 
                                            Sincerely yours, 
 
 
 
                                            C. R. Gutermuth 
                                            Vice-President 
 
 
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