Visual display of the Aldo Leopold papers : 9/25/10-1 : Correspondence

					
THE LAND
PUBLISHED QUARTERLY BY FRIENDS OF THE LAND, A NON-PROFIT,
NON-PARTISAN SOCIETY FOR THE CONSERVATION OF SOIL, RAIN & MAN
OFFICE OF THE EDITOR * BEL AIR, MARYLAND
September 7, 1948
Joseph J. Hickey, Assistant Professor
Department of Wildlife Management
424 University Farm Place
Madison 6, Wisconsin
Dear Dr. Hickdy:
Yours is a most generous way of sending in a correction,
and I am most grateful for your offer to check special
wildlife copy for us. We shall probably call on you to
do so from time to time.
Before taking up the matter with James Simmons,
I have consulted the latest Who's Who and found him not
especially to blame. The 1948-49 edition lists Game
Management, 1933, as te latest 9f his full-length
books. I suppose that the   profe   nin-quostion"
simply did not bother to add to his Who's Who record
his major printed works since then.
In The Land's Autumn issue you will find a
splendid article by Alfred G. Etter, A Day With Aldo
Leopold. Beyond that, his son, Luna, now working in
Hawaii, writes us that he is preparing a commemerative
edition,together with a full bibliography, of his
father's works. The book, I imagine, will be ready
for issue by next Spring; and I wonder if you would
care to review it for us as soon as review copies are
obtainable?
It is many years since I have been to Madison,
but I hope to get out there sometime soon and have
the pleasure of calling on you.
Sincerely yours,
Russell Lord