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                        424 Universit Varm PlUe 
                        December 12g 19~41 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
mr. J, Paul Miler 
American Wildlife Institute 
Invest ment Buldin 
Washington, D. C. 
 
Dear Pauli 
 
I attach klbertts acout for tho potty cah twA 
for Novber, 
 
His  ils"  acount for Nvber Is $14.40 
 
The only salary chec for November is his own ln the 
usual amount., 
 
                   TY    sinserrl-7, 
 
 
                   Aldo Leopold 
           Professor of Wild~life om~Agemnt 
 
 
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    HERBERT L. PRATT                                                    
         FREDERIC C. WALCOTT 
    Chairman of the Board                                               
               President 
    M. HARTLEY DODGE                                                    
            F. B. DAVIS, JR. 
 Vice-Chairman of the Board       AMERICAN     VILDLIFE INSTITUTE       
             Vice-President 
    FREDERIC EWING                   Incorporated in District of Columbia,
July 22,1935 T. E. DOREMUS 
Chairman Executive Committee     INVESTMENT BUILDING, WASHINGTON, D. C. 
       Treasurer 
     ALDO LEOPOLD                                                       
            J. PAUL MILLER 
Chairman Technical Committee                                            
              Secretary 
 
 
 
                                                            Decenber 5, 1941

 
 
 
 
                     Prof. Aldo Leopold 
                     424 University Farm Place 
                     Madison, Wisconsin 
 
                     Dear Aldo: 
 
                                     Thanks for your letter of November 28,
relative 
                     to the $300 balance alluded to in your letter of November
19 
                     and in correspondence of mind of later date. 
 
                                     I have just received the final contribution
from 
                     Mr. Bell which totals $2,461.20 and includes the $111.20
for 
                     electrical equipment. Combining this with the $2,500.00
con- 
                     tributed by the Institute makes a grand total for expenditure

                     at Delta for the current fiscal year of $4,961.20 (U.
S. money). 
 
                                     In my previous correspondence, I pointed
out the 
                     total expenditures of Delta to date and the expenditures
to be 
                     anticipated for the months of November and December.
You under- 
                I stand, of course, thatI have no objections to Albert's
purchasing 
                     new equipment at Delta, provided there are sufficient
funds to 
                     cover everything. I just -want to make sure that there
will be 
                     no overdrawing on the Delta budget during the current
year. 
                                      S.LI.... ..taa.t..            . ..
...* . . .... 
 
 
                Apparently, Mr. BelA wishes to inIlude nis pur- 
chase of the electrical equipment as a part of his contribution 
and although this is not in accordance with my original under- 
standing of the situation, we must necessarily comply with his 
wishes. That item must therefore be included in the budget for 
1941. In addition, you will note that Mr. Bell's contribution 
has been reduced by approximately $40.00. My recent request 
to Mr. Bell asked for $1,250.00 which would have brought his 
contribution to $2,500.00, exclusive of the electrical equip- 
ment. Mr. Bell sent us $1,100.00. Unfortunately the Institute 
is not in a position to exceed the $2,500.00 previously agreed to. 
                                         Very sincerely yours, 
 
 
                                          J. Paul Miller, 
May                                       Secretary 
 
 
AN ORGANIZATION FOR THE RESTORATION OF NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE 
 
 
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