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(Written 9/24/28. Thanked for H .L TILTON. P,.Swfli L..O TI LT ONT W. H. FOSTER. Vc-P .. letter & file; may see in H S T LTON., .,.. Dec. at A.G.Conf.) (Reading material; may write again)- NATIONAL SPORTSMAN, INC. PUBLISHERS "NATIONALSPORTSMAN",'0"H UNTING & FISHING" MAGAZINES 108 MASCACHUSETTS AVENUE BOSTON (MASSACHUSETTS __i August 7.. 1928. Mr. Aldo Leopold, Game Survey, Sporting Arms & Ammunition Manufacturers Institute, Madison, Wisconsin. Dear Mr. Leopold: I greatly appreciate your kind letter of August 1st commenting upon the Game Restoration Program. It was just a thoughtless oversight that your name was not placed on our Complimentary Mailing List, but I am taking care of that at ohce. More or less popular articles are included in each issue of National Sportsman and Hunting & Fishing Magazines which we publish. These supplement the neces- sarily brief comments and information contained in the booklet. Under separate covdr I am sending you some back issues of the magazines. The July issue of National Sports- man is entirely exhausted and I am able to send you only a partly clipped copy. However, the Game Restoration article is intact. The Program was first inaugurated in the issue of December 1926, and fortunately we have a few extra copies of that issue. The article was written by our Editor-in-Chief, Mr. William H. Foster, and I hope that you will read that one carefully since it is a very complete introduction to the entire Program. The articles which follow it are mevely supplementary. Lall certainly look forward to meeting you ;hat when you come to Boston, you will find pend time enough here to get well acquainted 1h each member of this organization. Ve NATIONAL SPORTSMAN, INC. Game Restoration Department ALClark/HMF