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421 Chemistry Rvilding' Novembe 9, 192%. Capt. Charles Azknse, Ames. Oklahora. Dear Mr. AskiMnt I am gla to hear from you again and I remember veo well ou previous corrspondene about a forest servie position for your boy. I am glad that he has made up his mind to take foretry. My sugestlio would be that as amens toward 9xsr wor which will fill his entire vaatlon season, he uma application ri.ht nw to District Forester, ?. C. W. Pooler at Al or Allen S. Pac at Denver, rferring tVhe to Mr. Hornby of the 7lathoad National Forest for a rtiV of his work. Sboul there be any opportunity for him to call on these man in perso, it would of course, hel a g4t ddeal. You, of course, have a mob stroeer pas now than you hd wen we first corresponded abut this beause you have a forest servce man as refefan. Even so, the way to clinch this kind of a thing Is to appear In person. If you bump into any sns that I can help you around, be sure and all on me. When I get around to Oklahom I shall lean heavily on you for advice on. local game conditions. You might be interested In the enclosed 5 Quzestiosns which are a rather popular statcment of the kind of dope I am after. With kindest regards, Yours since rely, ALDO OO$ hoclosuret 25 questions-
A r1% COMWIYNED Outdoor Life OUTDOOR 41 RECREATION 1824 CURTIS STREET DENVER. COLO. JOHN A. McGUIRE CAPT. CHAS ASKINS PUBLISHER SHOT GUN EDITOR Ames, Okla. Nov. 5/?R. Ar Aldo Leopold, 421 Chemistry Buildlng, Aadison, Wis. Oear rIt Leopold: I wrote Mr Mc~uire for zour add.ress- He says that you are no longer in the Forestry ept" 'ut I think you will know a 0ood deal about it at that- I wrote you a couple of years afro about a job with the Forestry 6ervice for my son- Since then he had worked twoy years in Montana under Mr Fornry of the Flathead National Forest- H1e likes the work and has made good at every job on which he has been placedand can go back there when he gets ready or when work opens in the spirng. However, he has found that the forestri-y season in Montana is very shortand for this reason would like to transfer to some forest farther Southin Arizona or New Mexico. This would Prive bim, perhaps, a longer season in which to workanrd. the expense of running out and back would be less. If you will write to Mr. Hornby, Superwisor, you will find that his record is "ood. He is 21 years oldtfinished high school, one year in collere, and expects to attend a Forestry school and to mraduate in Forestyy, making that his profession. He would attend school between seasons.,preferablypif that is possible, in the state in which he is employed. I'll be under oblijation for what you may be able to do for him, or even for Tood advice- Hope you like your new job and are enjoyviTp life- Yourss Chas* Askins. Ames, Okla- /1 MEMBER OF THE AUDIT BUREAU OF CIRCULATIONS