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July 1, 1936 Mr. Victor H. Cahalane National Park Service Washington, D. C. Dear Cahalanet I have your wire of June 30. Most of my regular game students are of course tied up for the whole year, but I have one student unplaced, and am asking him to let you know whether he is interested, namely HrrEAnderson. If interested, he will give you his acadeic status and experience. Anderson does not have an NornaentalO personality, but he to pleasant, cooperative, competent, tactful, and indefatigable as a worker and as a naturalist. He has worked his way throu$h his B.S. In soology, and written a thesis on the OBirds of the Arboretum," which is better than most master's theeks. He has taken my course in game management, but is not yet professionally trained in game research. As a general naturalist, however, he already is ahead of many a Ph.D. Yours sincerely, Aldo Leopold Professor of Game Management vh
Mb 21,t 19143 Hr. Nash %ukingham Box 720 ;emphiss Tennessee Dear Mr. toihm Thank you very much for Your kind offer to loan us your photogrph of Aldo. Un are writing to lr Gary Schmidt, the official photographer for the Missouri Conservatio )wpartment, *or copi s of all photographs of AlI'o takon that evening. We are assemnbling as many good photojraphs of kldo as possible so that those wishing pictures iL be able to get one. Again, thanks for your offer. Sincerely yours, TRAN'c~pa lobert A. !ciabo Instructor