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J. N. "Ding" Darling Papers
Series V - Correspondence

Subseries 1 - Chronogical, numbered, indexed

MsC 170
Subseries Dates: 1900-1962

See The Darling Papers for full scope and contents description of the collection.

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Scope and Contents

Series V of the Darling Papers contains Darling's copious correspondence. The first subseries contains 4175 numbered items of correspondence arranged in a chronological sequence, a subject sequence, and a geographic sequence of items related to conservation and the National Wildlife Foundation.  Each item has been assigned a number and cross indexed by name and subject(s). That index appears on three pages: A-F; G-N; and O-Z.  This page contains the O-Z section.

The second subseries, containing correspondence over the entire period of Darling's career, has been arranged in alphabetical order and is described on a separate page. An alphabetical list of the names of correspondents included in that subseries appears on that page.

The third and final subseries dates to Darling's 1925 illness and is comprised mostly of short messages on greeting cards, often with incomplete or indecipherable signatures.  It is entirely housed in Box 14 of the collection and is not further described.

When searching for a correspondent, these three varient schemes must be kept in mind; to conduct a complete search, all three sequences must be examined.


 

 

 


Box Contents List

Item numbers following a name immediately with letters to Darling from the person named
":" before an item number indicates that following item numbers are letters from Darling to the person named
ALL CAPITAL LETTERS indicates that the person or organization is a subject mentioned or discussed in the item

To establish box number for an item, see the inventory list page.

Name-Index Number

O
OBERHOLZER-3096

O'Brien, Alice M.-2880

O'Brien, Alice-:925

O'BRIEN,ALICE-1102

O'Brien, Robert R.-2291, 2350, 2414, :2290, 2294, 2349, 2352, 2413

O'Brien, Weeks Kalman-2071

O'BRIEN COUNTY BELL, PRIMGHAR, IOWA-274

OCHSNER, J.C.-1314

Ochsner, J.C.-1316

O'CONNELL, DON-878, 879

O'CONNELL, FRANK B.-3617

O'CONNER, B. (BOOK)-597

O'CONNOR, EDWARD L.-3130

O'Donnell, J.E.-927, :926

Oelfke, Clarence L.-:1544

Oelfke, Clarence L., Chaplain, Scott Air Force Base-1545

OFFIELD, J.R.-2977

O'FLAHERTY, HAL, MANAGING EDITOR, CHICAGO DAILY NEWS-514, 515

Offringa, D.D.-2997

OGDEN-300

Ogilvie, R.A.-3657

OHIO CONSERVATION BULLETIN-884

Ohio Department of Agriculture-3756, 3758, 3767, 3772

Ohio Division of Conservation and Natural Resources-3751, 3752

OHIO FEDERATION OF GARDEN CLUBS-3188

OHIO, FORESTS-1235, 1236

OHIO, LEAGUE OF SPORTSMEN-884, 885, 1328

OHIO, NATIONAL CONSERVATION PROGRAM-3189

Ohio Natural Resources Council-3766

OHIO NATURAL RESOURCES COUNCIL-3764

----. LUCAS COUNTY-3775

OHIO STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION-4053

OHIO OUTDOORSMAN-3767

OHIO WILDLIFE INSTITUTE-3741

OKEFENOKEE (GEORGIA)-49, 50, 1216, 1252

OKLAHOMA A.& M. COLLEGE-3566, 3610, 3779, 3780, 3803

Oklahoma Chamber of Commerce-3792, 3795

OKLAHOMA GAME ASSOCIATION-3801

OKLAHOMA, GRAND RIVER DAM-451, 452

OKLAHOMA JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-3792, 3893, 3803

Oklahoma State Game & Fish Commission-3785

Oklahoma, University of Oklahoma Press-164 , :163

OKLAHOMA WILDLIFE CONFERENCE-3798, 3799

OKLAHOMA WILDLIFE CONSERVATION FEDERATION-3791

OKLAHOMA WILDLIFE COUNCIL-3801, 3802

Oklahoma Wildlife Council-3801

Oklahoma Wildlife Federation-3789

OKLAHOMA WILDLIFE FEDERATION,CONFEREENCE-3803

----. MEETING, 1937-2584, 2585

OKLAHOMA WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3566, 3789

OKOBOJI-SEE LAKE OKOBOJI

OKOBOJI PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION-312 313, 2180

Okoboji Protective Association-313, 606, :2155

"OLD JOE" (GATOR)-2823, 2824-2828

OLEJAR, PAUL D.-4052

OLIN, JOHN-723-727 1220

OLIVER, GEORGE SHEFFIELD, DR.-315

Oliver, Mrs. James H. (JANET)-1520

Oliver, Mrs. James H.-:1519

Oliver, Paul-3413, :3414

OLMSTEAD, GEORGE(REPUBLICAN DISTRICT COMMITTEEMAN, IA.)-2248

OLYMPIC FOREST-3201, 3205

OLYMPIC (WASHINGTON) NATIONAL PARK-1411, 1412

Omaha World-Herald-2355

O'MAHONEY, JOSEPH CHRISTOPHER, U.S. SENATOR (WYOMING)-442, 824, 4111

O'MARAH (NEW YORK)-3713

Omer, Mrs. C.M.- :1309

"ONE BATTLE THAT WILL NOT BE OVER WHILE LIFE AND MEMORY LAST" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-395, 396

"150,000,000 DUCKS & ALL OUR SHELLS AND GAS GONE TO WAR!" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-426

"ONE MORE MOUTH TO FEED" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-1511, 1512

OPA-424, 710, 731, 743

OPM-292

ORANGE JUDD CO.-657, 611

Orazem, Ed-2597

Oregon Journal-1487, 1488 , :1486

OREGON WILDLIFE CONFERENCE (THIRD)-3804-3806

Oregon Wildlife Federation-3806

OREGON WILDLIFE FEDERATION-216, 3566, 3806

OREGON WILDLIFE PROGRAM (GRAZING DISTRICTS)-3774

ORLANDO, FLORIDA-2842, 2846

MORNING SENTINEL-595, 596, 626, 627

ORNITHOLOGICAL UNION-693, 858

ORTMAN, FRANK A.-2944, 2952, 2978, 3610

OSBORN (ILLINOIS GAME COMMISSIONER)-

OSBORN, CHASE SALMON (GOVERNOR, GEORGIA)-3743

OSBORN, FAIRFIELD "OUR PLUNDERED PLANET"-1451, 1460, 1480, 1482, 1483, 1493, 1494, 1562-1568, 1570

OSBORN, FAIRFIELD-644, 1507, 3910

Osborn, Fairfield-:465, 890, 2712

Osborne, Lithgow-3722, 3724, :3723

OSBORNE, LITHGOW-3715

OSBORNE, Ray-3743

Oskaloosa (Iowa) Council of Girl Scouts-1475

OSKALOOSA-2998

----. MEETING-217, 244

Othrow, M. Louise-39, :38

Otterby, John-3801

Ottumwa Courrier-1779

"OUR OLD HUNTING OUTFIT" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-1504-1506

OUTDOOR AMERICA-1871, 1875, 2951, 3574

Outdoor Life-740, :739

OUTDOOR LIFE-625

Outdoor Publications, Inc.-467

OUTDOOR SPORTSMEN'S ASSOCIATION of OAKLAND COUNTY-3401

OUTDOOR WRITER'S ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA-677, 693, 704-716, 718, 729, 838-841, 861, 865, 866, 867, 933, 1022, 1023, 1025, 1032, 1061, 1072-1074, 1078, 1082-1085, 1092, 1160, 1162, 1163, 1211, 1255,1359, 3361, 3368, 3743, 3751, 3760, 3776, 4035

Outdoor Writers Association of America-884, 1083, 1211, 3743, 3760

"OUTDOORS" MAGAZINE-466, 467, 705, 708, 714, 716, 1255-1257

Outdoors Magazine-1500, 1502, :1501, 1503

OUTDOORS MAGAZINE "LURE OF THE OPEN"-1500-1503

Outdoorsman (periodical)-1073

OUTLINE OF HISTORY, CARTOON BY J. DARLING-1469

OUTLOOK (PERIODICAL)-624

Overby, Bill-2054

Overholser, Ralph E., Editor, The Express Publishing Company (Red Oak, Iowa)-230, :229

Owens, Robert E.T.-3258

OZARKS, 1943-432, 641, 643

P
PACE, JAMES-518

PACIFIC MOTORIST AND SPORTSMAN-2539, 2545

PACIFIC RESEARCH PROJECT-1300, 1301

Pacific War Memorial-1301, :1300

PACK, ARTHUR-3609, 3652

PACK, RANDOLPH G.-1003

PACKARD, BERTRAM E.-3275

PAGE COUNTY (IOWA)-3166

PAGE, DR.-403

PAGE, FRANK L. (TEXTILE BROKER)-1306

Page, Frank L.-:1305

PAGE, JOHN C.-2923, 2934

PALESTINE-867, 868

PALMER, BILL-3402

PALMER., CHARLES F., HEAD, SPECIAL HOUSING MISSION TO ENGLAND-537

PALMER, C. MORTIMER, JR.-3257, 3264, 3265, 3530, 4108

PALMER, (AMERICAN WILDLIFE INSTITUTE)-1836, 3703

PALMER, E. LAURENCE (CORNELL AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE)-186, 749, 2961, 3414

PALMER, L.J."AS A HOME FOR WILDLIFE"-3566

Pan American Union-954, 956, 958, 1278, 1280, 1281, 1283, :955, 957, 960, 1277, 1279, 1282, 1295

PAN AMERICAN UNION-633, 1080

PANAMA-901

PANGBORN, SAMUEL H.-3375

PAQUIN, C.A.-3361, 3405

PARCELLS, EUGENE-483

PARENTHOOD, PLANNED-1356, 1357

PARET, GUS-3890

Park, King-233, 235, :234

PARK, KING-233-235

PARKER, ADDISON-97, 454

PARKER, MRS. ADDISON-454, 2188

Parker, Addison M.-3082

Parker, Mrs. Addison (Louise)-:2189, 2192, 3012

Parker, Mrs. Addison-2190, 2193, 3013

Parker, Edward S.-3208

PARKER RIVER REFUGE (MASSACHUSETTS)-983, 1245, 1247, 1256, 1400

Parkhill, Gordon H.-383, 384, :382

Parkins, D. Frank-1645, :1644

PARKS, L.L.-2714

Parrott, J.S.-

Parrott, Matt-463, 464

Parrott, W.F.-464

Parsons, Geoffrey-328, 450, 2064, :327, 449, 2063

PARSONS, GEOFFREY-245, 299, 328, 1562, 1974

Parvin, Roland G., Commissioner, Colorado Game and Fish Dept.-2645

PARVIN, ROLAND G. (COLORADO)-2581, 2590, 2593, 2595, 2615, 2616, 2617, 2620-2626, 2629, 2633, 2634, 2640, 2642, 2644, 2647, 2649, 2650, 2656, 3609, 3652

Patapsco Game & Fish Protective Ass'n-3255, 3256

PATAPSCO GAME & FISH PROTECTIVE ASSN-3255

Patchin, Robert H., Vice-president, W.R. Grace & Co.-459, 461, 1522, 1524, 1525, :458, 460, 1521, 1523, 1526

PATCHIN, ROBERT H.-457

PATROL-1519, 1520

PATTERSON, ASS'T SECRETARY OF WAR-100

PEACE-438, 439

Pearl, Mrs. Leslie S.-:3718

Pearl, Mrs. Leslie S. (Margaret)-3718

PEARSON, DR.-3890

PEARSON, A.M.-3478

PEARSON, GILBERT-2, 29, 3609

PEARSON, T. GILBERT-3962, 4039

PEATTIE, D.C.(DONALD CULROSS)-2948, 2970

Pedersen, Merritt C.-3097, 3611, 3613, 3614, 3620, 3623, 3625, 3627, 3628, 3629, 3631, 3632, :3611, 3619, 3621, 3624, 3626, 3630, 3633

PEDERSEN, MERRITT C.-1863, 3610, 3618, 3622, 3632, 3642, 3648, 3650, 3653

Pegler, Westbrook-35, :34

PEGLER, WESTBROOK-298, 300, 2287, 2288

Peile, H.O.-3596, :3597

PEIRSON, H.B.-3309

Pender, Joseph D.-2616, 2617, :2616

PENDLETON, ED-577

Penfield, C.M., Executive Secretary, American Defense Society, Inc.-441, :440

PENNEY, T.A.-3803

Pennsylvania Board of Fish Commissioners-3820

Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners-3821, 3823, 3824

PENNSYLVANIA, CONSERVATION COMMISSION-113

PENNSYLVANIA COOPERATING CONSERVATION COUNCILS-3834

Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs-3811, 3836, 3837, 3839, 3841

PENNSYLVANIA FEDERATION OF SPORTSMEN'S CLUBS-3811, 3842

PENNSYLVANIA GAME NEWS-3824, 3825

PENNSYLVANIA STATE FORESTRY ASSOCIATION-3828

Penrod-Jurden & Clark Co., Kansas City, Missouri-2245

PERKINS, FRANCIS, U.S. SECRETARY OF LABOR-221

PERKINS, GOERGE E., SIOUX CITY JOURNAL-97, 1377

PERKINS, WILLIS B., JR.-3379, 3401, 3403, 3405, 3406, 3407

PERRY, E.L.-3617

PERRY, MRS. NELSON R.-2815

Perry, Mrs. Nelson R.-2813

PERSING, ELLIS G.-3745, 3749, 3750

PERSON, H.S. "LITTLE WATERS"-888, 895

PERU, ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION-29, 30, 959

Pesonen, Everett-874, :873

Peterbaugh, J.G.-:1260

PETERS-3609

Peters, Walter G.-1627, :1626

PETERSON, (EDITOR, SUCCESSFUL FARMING)-4157

PETERSON-3610

PETERSON, (FORBES LITHOGRAPH COMPANY)-3610

PETERSON, E.R.-

Peterson, Elmer T.-452, :451

PETERSON, ELMER T.-163, 164, 3111

PETERSON, F.B.-2928, 4104, 4106

Peterson, J. Hardin (James)-2802, 2891, 2895, 2897, 2902, :872, 2801, 2893, 2896, 2898

PETERSON, JAMES HARDIN, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE (FLORIDA)-91, 1198

PETROLEUM-829, 901, 902

PHILADELPHIA ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS-382, 383

PHELPS, MISS CLAUDIA LEA-3868

Phelps, Miss Claudia Lea-3857, 3859, :3858, 3860

PHILIPPINES-1523, 1524

PHILIPS, FRANK-3609

PHILLIPS, DR.-3264, 3610

Phillips, John C.-3354, 3357, :3355, 3356

PHILLIPS, JOHN M.-3809

PHOTOGRAPHY, MINOX CAMERA-106

Pierce County Conservation League(Tacoma, Washington)-4041

Pierce, Curtis W.-237, :236

PIERCE, H.V.-2834

PIERRE, W.H., AGRONOMIST, IOWA STATE COLLEGE-1740

PIKE, (ENGINEER)-435

PIKE, ROBERT B., WOODBURY COUNTY (IOWA) REPUBLICAN-2264

----. CHAIRMAN-2264

PIKE COUNTY (KENTUCKY) FISH AND GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION-3230

Pinches, Harold E.-923, :922

PINCHOT, GEORGE-3748

PINCHOT, GIFFORD-523, 3830

Pinchot, Gifford-446, 456, :447, 455

PINELLAS CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION-2800

PINGREE-4149

Pinter-337, 339

PIRNIE, MILES F.-3380

PITTMAN, KEY, U.S. SENATOR (NEVADA)-2482, 3685

PITTMAN-ROBERTSON ACT 1937-29, 113-115, 239, 479, 625, 685, 710, 752, 1257, 1400, 1736, 2169,2482, 2502, 2504, 2505, 2507, 2570, 2881, 3159, 3195, 3198, 3201, 3471, 3473, 3475, 3476, 3477, 3479, 3480, 3481, 3671, 3610, 3632, 3691, 3740, 3885, 3931, 3932, 4032, 4033, 4034, 3480, 3481, 4171

Pittsburgh Press-476, 677, 839, 886, :838, 840

PITTSBURGH PRESS-676, 677

PLACE, ED-3310

PLAGUE, FISH "RED TIDE"-2701, 2702, 2703, 2704, 2706, 2707, 2710-2717, 2719-2723, 2725-2727, 2729, 2731-2740, 2744, 2748, 2750, 2757, 2761, 2763, 2765, 2786

PLANKTON-2728, 2732, 2738, 2745, 2746, 2750, 2752, 2755, 2757, 2760, 2770, 2775, 2778, 2779, 2780, 2782, 2784, 2786, 2787

PLANNING COMMISSIONS-43, 44, 744, 1190

PLANNING, POST-WAR-431-435, 447, 465, 505, 561, 583, 584, 680, 682, 699, 737, 739, 740, 749, 804, 807, 820, 827, 846, 849, 850, 853, 856, 871, 959, 989, 1400

PLATTE RIVER-435

PLATTNER, HARRY A.-3522, 3524, 3526, 3527, 3529

"PLAYING WITH FIRE" J. DARLING-351, 352

PLOCK, DICK-563

PLUMB, RALPH-487

PLUMMER, CHILES P. (VICE-PRESIDENT, NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION)-2, 3, 15, 376, 414, 2928, 3584, 3586, 3591, 3610, 4104, 4106, 4107, 4112

Plummer, Chiles P.-443, 914, 921, 1063, 1064, 4137, 4141, 4139, 4143, 4145, 4147, 4149, 4151, 4152, 4153, 4156, 4158, 4159, 4160, 4161, 4162, 4164, 4166, 4167, 4170, 4171, 4172, :4, 442, 913, 920, 1062, 1261, 4138, 4140, 4142, 4144, 4146, 4148, 4150, 4154, 4155, 4157, 4163, 4165, 4168, 4169, 4173

POE, ?-4016

POE, CLARENCE-411

Poinier, Arthur B.-758, 760, 1461, :757, 759, 1460

POINER, ARTHUR-199

POISONS-1186, 1187, 1267, 1446, 2555, 2559, 2564 (SEE ALSO DDT)

POLICE GAZETTE-624

POLIO-1479

POLITICS, FAVORTISM-491, 492

POLITICS, FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTIONS-SEE IOWA, REPUBLICAN PARTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE, FINANCING BY BUSINESSMEN

POLK COUNTY (IOWA)-3007, 3008, 3058

Polk County Wildlife Federation-3205

POLK COUNTY WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3199, 3202, 3203-3205

POLK COUNTY WILDLIFE MEETING-2994, 3027, 3194, 3197

POLLOCK, CHANNING-2201

POLLUTION-132, 806, 807, 810, 966, 967, 1039, 1140, 1141, 1206-1208, 1329, 1378, 1414, 1415, 2075, 2076, 2077, 2078, 2079, 2117, 2140, 2144, 2146-2148, 3695

Pope, Mrs. Elgin-3915, :3916

POPE-494

POPE, JAMES PINCKNEY, U.S. SENATOR (IDAHO)-2574, 4167, 4169, 4170

POPULATION EXPLOSION-132, 145, 212, 409, 540, 546, 548, 801, 834, 860, 959, 1249, 1250, 1254, 1513, 1556, 1562

Population Reference Bureau-1357, :1356

POPULATION REFERERCE BUREAU-1233, 1356, 1357

"POPULATION ROADS TO PEACE OR WAR"-1233, 1250

PORPOISE-469

PORT LOUISA-64

PORTRAIT PAINTERS-31-33

POTOMAC RIVER-413

POTSDAM CONFERENCE-1014

POTTAWATTAMIE COUNTY (IOWA)-3166

POTTER, L.T.-3142

Pough, Richard H.-3834, :3835

"POVERTY OR CONSERVATION" PAMPHLET BY J. DARLING-694, 734, 735, 737, 738, 754, 805, 806, 826, 834, 835, 838, 851, 863, 873, 874, 893, 896, 931, 932, 968, 970, 1021, 1232-1234, 1481

Powel, Ted-445, :444

POWELL, J.B.-231, 232

Powell, Lester D.-2025, :2024

POWELL, W. ROYCE-493

Powers, Frank, Sec'y-Treas., Linn County Chapter, Izaak Walton League-1431, :1430

Poyneer, Fred J., Commissioner, Iowa State Conservation Commission-239, 241, 454, 855, 916, 918, 1265, :238, 240, 448, 453, 854, 915, 917, 919, 1224, 1264

POYNER, J.W.-3666

"THE PRARIE CHICKEN IN MISSOURI" BY SCHWARTZ-814, 815

PRATHER, J.H., PRESIDENT, AMES (IOWA) JR. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-1858

Pratt, Clifford O., Supervising Principal, The Rye School-912, :911

Pratt, John M., Administrator, Nat'l Physicians Comm.-1528, :1527

PRATT, COL. JOSEPH H.-3666

PRESERVATION OF WILDLIFE-2809

PRESTON, MRS. BURTON L.-3278, 3225, 3610

Preston, Mrs. Burton L. (Marie I.)-3279, 3280, 3282, 3284, 3288, 3291, 3292, 3294, 3296, 3298, 3299, 3309

Preston, Mrs. Burton L.-:3277, 3281, 3283, 3285, 3289, 3290, 3293, 3295, 3297, 3299

Preston, George A.-1948, :1947

Prevost, Clifford A., President, National Press Club-232, :231

PRICE, B.L.-3599

PRICE, CALVIN-3610

PRICE, DOTTY-1987, 1992

PRICE, MRS. GRACE BOWMAN-4013

PRICE, (PRESIDENT, W. VA. WILDLIFE FEDERATION)-4049

PRICE, GRACE, MRS.-314, 361, 1992, 1993

PRICE, JAMES H. (GOVERNOR OF VIRGINIA)-4032, 4033

Price, Norman F., Art Dept., Salt Lake Tribune-1530, :1529

PRICE FIXING-654, 655

PRIEBE, W.R.-2943

PRIMARY ELECTIONS-153, 154, 757, 793, 1151

"THE PROBLEM OF WILDLIFE CONSERVATION" ADDRESS BY J. DARLING-1859

PROCTOSCOPE-365

PROGRESSIVE EDUCATION ASSOCIATION-81

PROGRESSIVE FARMER-411

PROHIBITION-158, 159, 205-207

PRYOR, CARL-3098, 3099

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE-827, 1137

PUBLIC OPINION, CARTOONISTS' INFLUENCE ON; EDITORIAL WRITERS' INFLUENCE ON-61, 62

PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION-4054

PUBLISHERS PERIODICAL-624, 625

PUBLISHERS, TEXTBOOK-4, 1002, 1947, 1948

Pueblo Star-Journal, Pueblo, Colorado-2598, 2599

PULITZER PRIZE, 1943-483, 534, 543, 562, 619-621, 1943-2074

PUNCH (MAGAZINE)-305, 306, 354

Purcell, E.H.-3998, :3999

Purcell, Tom W.,Associate Editor, Hampton Chronicle-1263, :1262

Putnam, James, Ass't to the President, The Macmillan Co.-162, :161

Q
QUILLIAN, D.D.-3566

QUIMBY, CURTIS J.-3543

QUIMBY, MRS. FRANK K. "THE FOREST FAMILY" MANUSCRIPT-4083-4088

Quimby, Mrs. Frank K.-4081, 4083, 4085, 4087, :4082, 4084, 4086, 4088

Quin., C.K. (Mayor, San Antonio, Texas)-3962, 3963

QUINN, ALLEN (EDITOR, MISSOURI WILDLIFE)-3521, 3522, 3527

Quinn, I.T., Commissioner, Alabama Conservation Dept.-2490, 2491

QUINN, I.T.-2829, 3566, 3609, 3610, 3741, 3758, 3826, 3827

R
RABBITS-656, 657, 2460, 2461, 2462, 2463

RACOON-513, 1385-1387, 1439

Rachford, Chris E., Assistant Chief, Forest Service-1697, 1701, 1722, 1735, :1681, 1712, 1725

RACHFORD, CHRIS, ACTING CHIEF, U.S. FOREST SERVICE-249

RATCHFORD, CHRIS-3595

RACKETTERS-561

RADCLIFFE, GEORGE L., U.S. SENATOR (MARYLAND)-462

Rader, LeRoy A., Assistant Attorney General, Iowa, Dept. of Justice-2113

RARER, LEROY A.-3130

Rafferty, Charlie-1303, :1302

RAFT, GOERGE-3406

RAHOI, PHILIP J.-3375

RAILROADS-797, 1021, 1186, 1187, 1239, 1240, 1512, 2057

Rainbow Trails-2576-2579

RAMBERG, LEONARD F.-3460, 3461

Ramberg, Leonard F.-3450-3453, :-3446, 3449, 3451, 3454

Ramsey, Don-390, :389

RAND, SALLY-3146

Randall, Arthur G.-3854

RANDALL, GLENN O.-3683, 3684

RAPP, ARTHUR E.-2998

"Ratchet" Club-3015

Rath, John W.-293, 401, 2236, 2299, 2300, 2336, 2370, 2371, 2381, 2436, :292, 400, 2298, 2316, 2380

RATH, JOHN-687, 688

RATH PACKING COMPANY-688

Rathbone, A.D., IV, Free-lance writer-1255, 1257, 1258, :1256, 1259

RAUSENBERGER, EDWIN H.-3753

Rawson., Mrs. Cumnins (Ruth)-2004

Rawson., Mrs. Cummins-:2003

Readers Digest-1950, :826, 1949

READERS DIGEST-503, 609, 826, 834, 835, 940, 1279

Reaver, Randy R.-678, :679

Reber's Farm, Berks County, Pennsylvania-578, 582

RECLAMATION-420, 421, 432, 664, 752

RECLAMATION SERVICE (USDI)-421, 432, 682, 684, 737, 739, 749, 750, 752, 805, 807, 823, 824, 827, 838, 846, 849, 850, 862, 871, 887, 892, 917, 1200, 3223

Record & Tribune Co. (Indianola)-1121, 1122, 1554

RECORD NEWS-3101, 3102, 3105

RED CROSS-491

REDDINGTON, JOHN-3610

REDINGTON, JOHN-3609

REDINGTON, PAUL, FORMER CHIEF, BIOLOGIC SURVEY-1256, 1259

Reece, Maynaxd F., Taxidermist, Iowa State Historical Society-:301, 304, 1298, 1267

REECE., MAYNARD-302, 303, 304

REED, CHAUNCEY W. (ILLINOIS CONGRESSMAN, REPRESENTATIVE)-2957

REED, CLYDE T.-2720, 2721

REED, COLIN M., VICE-PRESIDENT, NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION-376, 3610

REED, DONNA-6, 7

Reed, Leo (Daxley)-3442, 3444

REED, LEO-3438, 3440

Reed, Leo-:3441, 3443

Reeves, Mrs. G.H.-3516, :3517

REFORESTATION-3722

REFUGES, WILDLIFE-359, 360, 2167, 2492, 2493, 2495

REFUGE BILL-2797, 2798

REGIONAL PLAN ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK-79

REGIONAL PLANNING BOARD-43, 749, 827

REICHHOLD, RALPH-676, 677

Reid, Albert T., National Vice-Chairman, American Artists Professional League-297, :296

Reid, Andrew G.-3138, :3135

Reid, Helen-300, 331, 545, 1463, 1470, 1985, :48, 298, 299, 329, 330, 544, 1462, 1469, 1984

REID, HELEN-1489, 1556, 1557, 1562

REID, KENNETH A., EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, IZAAK WALTON LEAGUE OF AMERICA, INC.- 223, 467, 591, 609, 750, 751, 1072, 1683, 2891, 3198, 3364, 3811, 4163

Reid, Kenneth A.-848, 851, 1389, :850, 852, 1388

Reid, Ogden-2066, :2065

REINHARDT, LEWIS-3401, 3404, 3405

Reinholt, Oscar H.-1651, :1653

REINHOLT, OSCAR H.-1651, 1652

RELATIONS OF MARINE ANZM.ALS TO SALINITY-2773, 2790

Remington Arms Co.-1421, 2466, :1420, 2465, 2467, 2469, 2472

REMINGTON ARMS CO.-1267, 1421, 2468, 2473, 3610

RENNER, GEORGE T. (AUTHOR OF THE CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RFSOURCES)-165, 166, 167, 170, 171, 173, 278, 279, 291, 888, 895

Reno Newspapers-1423, :1422

"REPORT TO ST. PETER" BY HEINDRIK WILLEM VAN LOAN-499, 500

REPUBLICAN PARTY

----. 1941-2223, 2230, 2244
----. 1942-2265, 2350

----. 1943-420-422, 425
----. 1944-793, 846, 875-877, 880, 881, 891, 893, 894
----. 1947-1379, 1380
----. 1948-1531, 1532
----. SEE IOWA, REPUBLICAN PARTY

Resettlement Administration-3707

RESETTLEMENT ADMINISTRATION-3653, 3701, 3703, 3705

RESETTLEMENT AND SUBSISTANCE FARMING-78

RESOLUTION (TO CREATE FORESTRY DIVISION IN CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF MISSOURI)-3551

RESTIGOUCHE-650, 651

Reynolds, Conger, Director, Public Relation, Standard Oil Co.-1961, :1960

REYNOLDS, HARRIS A.-3357

REYNOLDS, QUENTIN-2942

REYNOLDS, RICHARD, REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.-1256

Rhode Island Department of Agriculture and Conservation-3844

RHODE ISLAND WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3844, 3845, 3851, 3852, 3853

Rhode Island Wildlife Federation-3848, 3850-3853

Rhodes, Harry L.-3215, :3211

Rhodes, W.L.-:3945

Rice, Grantland-535, :534

RICE, MISS MINNIE-3075

Rice, S. E.-:2853, 2858

RICE, S.E. (SUPERVISOR, STATE BOARD OF CONSERVATION, FLORIDA)-2834, 2855, 2857, 2860, 2870, 2875, 2881, 2883, 2886, 2888, 2889, 2891,2893, 2894, 2899, 2903

Rice, S.E.-2852, 2854, 2861, 2872, 2873, 2874, 2878, 2887, 2890, 2900, 2901

"RICH LAND, POOR LAND" BY STUART CHASE-888

RICH, PHIL-3380

Richards, A.-3777, :3778

Richards, E. E.-3770, :3771

RICHARDS, WILL-4104, 4106

RICKEY, L.D.-3803

RICOU, EARL J.-2834, 2835

RIDDLE, A.F. (SECRETARY, IDAHO WILDLIFE FEDERATION)-2943

RIDER, DWIGHT, REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN, FT. DODGE DISTRICT-2234

RIDER, H.A.-3741

Rigby, Merritt L.-1464, 1466, :1465

RIGGLE, HARRY LYONS-1094

RILEY, CLAUDE-3380

RILEY-486, 854, 855

Riley, William F.-3092, 3093, 3094

RINEHART, E.P.-3764

RIPLEY, OZARK-3890

Ripley, Robert L.-2068, :2067

RITTENBERG, HENRY R.-31, 33

RIVER BASINS-1132, 1133

"ROAD TO SURVIVAL" BY WILLIAM VOGT-1456, 1457, 1480, 1486, 1510, 1563, 1564, 1569, 1570

ROAHEN, KENNETH-3594

Roahen, Kenneth F.-3606, 4121, :4122

ROBERTS, DAVE-3767

ROBERTS, KENNETH-695

Robertson, A. Willis, U.S. Representative and Senator (Virginia)-681, 2896, 3095, 3564, :680, 871, 1059, 1060

ROBERTSON, A. WILLIS-749, 2482, 2893, 2895 (?), 3685

ROBERTSON, E.V.-4111

ROBIE, FREDERICK-3309

ROBINSON, CHARLES LARNED-441

ROBINSON, FRANK-4106

ROBINSON, JAMES-704

ROBINSON (ROBERTSON?), MAJOR-2897, 2902

Robison., R.-1980, :1979

ROBL, FRANK W.-3475

Rock, Colonel L.E., President, Outdoor Writers Assoc.-:1061

ROCK, COLONEL LEWIS E.-1023, 1072, 1078, 1079, 1092, 1162, 1163, 1371

ROCKEFELLER, JOHN D., JR.-443, 557, 1062-1064, 2608

ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION-859

Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research-837, :836

Rockwell, Robert B.-2634, 2650, :2633, 2651

Rocky Mountain National Fur Growers Assoc.-2606

Rocky Mountain News, Denver-1921

Rod & Reel Club-2865

ROD & REEL CLUB-2843, 2860, 2861, 2862, 2870

Rodman, Ollie H.P., Publisher, "Outdoors" Magazine-467, :466

Roemer, Carl S.-1608, :1607

Rogers, E.W., Mayor, Orleans, Iowa-1467, :1468

ROGERS, MRS. HARRY-3704

ROGERS, JOHN I.-3566

Rollings, Clair T.-1635, :1634

Rollins, Richard R.-2341, 2373, 2374

ROLLINS, RICHARD-323, 324

Rolscreen Company, Pella, Iowa-46, 47, 2230, 2404, 2442

Roman, Erl, "Fresh & Salt Water Fishing"-2845, 2846, 2856

ROMAN, ERL-2834, 2835, 2844, 2847

Roosevelt, Archibald B., President, Pacific War Memorial-1301, :1300

ROOSEVELT, ELEANOR-409, 411

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN D.-2, 40, 41, 42, 48, 103, 113, 132, 141, 156, 168, 201, 205, 213, 221, 267,268, 297, 307, 316, 398, 399, 420, 442, 497, 539, 551, 552, 554, 557, 571, 572, 574, 620, 622, 693, 697, 698, 711, 731, 745, 620, 622, 693, 697, 698, 711, 731, 745, 746, 797, 837, 858, 876, 878, 881, 891, 917, 987, 1011, 1012, 1015, 1256, 1274,1279, 1552, 1581, 1584, 1586, 1650, 1713, 1833, 2062, 2223, 2400, 2554,2950, 3599, 3676, 3946, 4028, 4058

Roosevelt, Franklin D.-:2589

ROOSEVELT, THEODORE, U.S. PRESIDENT-213, 214, 842, 843, 878-879, 436, 1071, 1365, 2942, 2943, 3158, 3986,3990

----. MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION-1080

----. AWARD-444-447, 452, 456, 466, 467, 475, 476, 489-490, 543, 553, 554, 556, 573, 574, 600, 601, 629, 630, 632, 642, 658, 659, 661, 663

ROPE-897, 898

Roper, Elmo-541, 2006, 2007, :540, 2005

ROPER, ELMO (OF FORTUNE & TIME)-449, 450, 754

Rose, George D.-2232, 2365, 2390, 2440, 2441

Rosenbaum, Sam-2017, 2268, 2270, 2271, :2016, 2269, 2277, 2278

ROSENBAUM, SAM-2274, 2275

Rosenberry, Walter S., Jr.-531, 533, :532

ROSENGREN, Roswell P.-3985

ROSENMAN, JUDGE-536

ROSENMAN, BEN-298

Rosenman, Ms. Samuel I., Chairman, NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON THE HOUSING EMERGENCY-:536

Rosenman, Mrs. Samuel I. (Dorothy)-537

ROSS, ARCHIE-2873, 2890, 2900, 2901

ROSS, CHARLIE, SECRETARY TO H. TRUMAN-1334

Ross, Chas. R.-2764

Ross, Helen-2758, :2961, 2764

ROTARY CLUB-80, 3036, 3038, 3316

Rotary Club (Waterloo, Iowa)-3137

ROTHSCHILD, W.A.-3880

ROUSE, MRS. ?-4013

Rovensky, John E.-539, :538, 1304

ROVER, LEHMAN C.J.-3193

Rowe, Haxold J.-2308, 2383, 2387, 2429, :2295, 2301, 2302, 2311, 2315, 2382, 2386

ROWE, KENNETH C.-3534

Rowell, Wilfrid A., D.D., Chaplain, Beloit College-543, :542

RUBBER-149, 150, 184, 185

RULE G20-3594, 3595, 3707

Rule, Glem K., Assistant, Soil Conservation Service-870, :869

Rumford, Lewis-1993, :1992

Runnells, Russell A.-295, :294
RUPE, BILL-563

RUSH, MR. & MRS. LEE-3033

Rush, Mr. & Mrs. Lee-:3032

RUSH, MR. & MRS. TOM-3033

Rush, Mr. & Mrs. Tom-:3031

Rusk, Ben D.-388, :387

Russell, James S., Farm Editor, Des Moines Register & Tribune-2009, :1254, 2008

Russell, William F., Dean, Teachers College, Columbia University-:291

RUSSELL, WILLIAM F.-749

RUSSIA-212, 269, 270, 363, 364, 468, 505, 731, 873, 944, 958, 1014, 1015, 1051, 1166, 1284, 1335, 1352, 1456

RUSTGARD, JOHN "THE BANKRUPTCY OF LIBERALISM"-890

Ruthven, Alexander G.-3418

RUTHVEN, ALEXANDER G.-3375, 3411

RUTLEDGE-3609, 2567

RUTLEDGE, ARCHIBALD-3863, 3864

RUTLEDGE, DICK-442

RYDBERG, WARREN-3728, 3729

Rydberg, Warren-3735

The Rye School-912, :911

S
SAARINEN, ELIEL, ARCHITECT-1296

Sage, Charles H.-:1129

Sage, C.H.-1128

SAGE, C.H., KIMBERLY-CLARK CORP.-1127

SAHARA DESERT-867, 868

"SAID THE MAN TO HIS OWN SHADOW" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-731

ST. ANNE, CANADA-245, 246

SAINT-GARDENS, SCULPTOR-1338

St. John, Walter-2335, 2361, :2399

ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI-1558, 1559

ST. LOUIS, AIR POLLUTION-69

St. Louis Star-Times-1582

ST. PETERS SANDSTONE-172, 173

SALES TAX-SEE TAX, SALES

Salinas (Calif.) Wildlife Conservation Club-2564

SALMON-616, 650, 651, 659, 710, 928, 1020, 1030, 1032, 1033, 1041, 1199, 1583,2047, SEE ALSO, FISH

SALT WATER CONSERVATION BOARD-2837, 2843, 2847-2850, 2852, 2855, 2872

SALT WATER CONSERVATION-2857, 2861, 2868, 2874, 2898

SALYER, J. CLARK, II, CHIEF, DIVISION OF WILDLIFE REFUGES, FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE- 225, 882, 917, 1102, 1103, 1182, 1256, 1298, 1319, 1320, 1333, 1334, 1340, 1388, 2105, 2745, 2776, 2782, 3041, 3045, 3966

Salyer, J. C1ark, II-277, 526, 1291, 1437, 1472, 2728, :525, 1044, 1252, 1253, 1286-1288, 1290, 1438, 1439, 1448, 1473

SAM HOUSTON NATIONAL FOREST-3954

Samuelson, Agrees, Assistant Editor, The Journal,NEA-1293, :1292

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS-3947, 3958

SAN FRANCISCO BAY-1736

SAN FRANCISCO CHARTER-1013

Sanborn, C.E.-3789, 3791, :3790

SANBORN, C.E.-3610, 3779 , 3781, 3801, 3803, 3934

Sandahl, Paul, Superintendent, Des Moines Parks Dept.-:1297

Sanders, J.T.-3984

SANDERS, MRS. W.T.-3380

SANDERSON, H.B.-4106

SANDERSON, H.M.-2998, 3016, 3155

SANDERSON, HARRY-2590, 2591

SANDERSON, SHORTY-442

"SANDHILL SAGA" (NICHOLS, G.H.)-3670

SANGER., MARGARET-333

SANIBEL ISLAND WILDLIFE REFUGE-2831-2919

SANIBEL ISLAND (FLORIDA)-5, 224, 276, 469, 526, 872, 1102, 1103, 1197, 1229-1231, 1252, 1287,1288, 1290, 1231, 1252, 1287, 1288, 1290, 1319, 1320, 1325-1327, 1333,1334, 1438, 1439, 1448, 2711, 2728, 2738, 2749, 2750, 2564, 2568, 2776,2816

Sanibel Packing Co.-2798

Santa Ana (Calif.) Daily Register-2562

SANTEE COOPER PROJECT, S. CAROLINA-620, 621, 623, 633, 1833, 1904, 1913, 2536, 2548-2550, 3204, 3433, 3856-3859, 3864-3867, 4044, 4054, 4058

SATER, MISS-661

Saturday Evening Post-:76, 77

SATURDAY EVENING POST-436, 437, 451, 452, 533, 555, 556, 624, 629, 651, 718, 734, 735, 1126,1237, 1279, 1369, 1562, 2547

Saturday Review-1165, 2610

SAUNDERS, CARL M.-3380

SAUNDERS, G.B.-3961

SAYERS, FRANCIS B.-442

SAYRE, CARROL H.-3610

Sayre, Mrs. Caryl H. (Marion Mershon)-3728

Sayre, Mrs Caryl H.-:3729, 3735

Sayrs, I. J.-3011, :3010

SAHANTZ, H.L., DIRECTOR OF WILDLIFE, FORESTRY SERVICE-609

SCHANTZ-HANSEN., "THIS IS OUR LAND"-888, 895

SCHICKILBERGER-88

SCHICKELGRUBER-318

SCHLAUTTERBACK-3265

SCHLEICHER, HARRY-4106

Schlesselman, J.T.-3458, :3459

SCHMIDT, PROFESSOR, U. OF MINNESOTA-958

SCHIMITT, MRS. MAX J.-524, 1054, 1057

Schmitt, Mrs. Max J., Chairman, Wisconsin. Chapter, Forests-:523, 1052, 1053, 1056, 1058

SCHMIDT, RUSSELL-3401, 3405, 3406, 3407

SCHNEIDERS, H.O.-4092

SCHNURLE, HAROLD F.-3286, 3287, 3288, 3312, 3317

SCHOENMAN, L.R.-3380

Schoeppel, Andrew F., Governor of Kansas-1071

SCHROEDER, CHRIS-4109

Schroeder Co., Mc Gregor, Iowa-1365, 1364

SCHUKEI, CLARENCE H.-284

Schukei, Clarence H.-:283

SCHULENBERG, RAYMOND-2876, 2883

Schultz, Alf, Mrs.-379, :378

Schumacher, J.G., President, Board of Education, Ottawa, Illinois-1652

SCHWARTZ, THE PRARIE CHICKEN IN'MISSOURI-814, 815

SCHWARTZ, CHARLES-3534

SCHWENGEL, MRS.-339, 340

Schwob, Fred-904, :114, 302, 530, 770, 864, 903, 967, 1039

Schwob, F.T.-3126

SCHWOB, F.T. (CHIEF, DIVISION OF FISH & GAME, STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION)- 2998, 3016, 3026, 3129

SCHWOB, FRED, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, IOWA STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION-15, 113, 303, 359, 454, 589, 591, 638, 771, 854, 1037, 1134, 1307, 1364, 1765, 2179, 2180, 3174

"SCIENCE AND SANITY" BY ALFRED KORZYBSKI-954, 955

Science Illustrated-2771, :1393

SCIENCE NEWS LETTER-831

Science Service-1452, 1691, :1451

SCOTT, JOHN T. (JACK)-4109, 4112

Scott, John W.-4118

SCOTT, JOHN W. "CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF WILDLIFE IN WYOMING"-4107, 4108

SCOTT, JOHN W. (DR.)-2928, 4104, 4105, 4106, 1407, 4109

SCOTT, ?-3116

SCOTT, DR. JOHN W., CHAIRMAN, NAT'L COMMITTEE ON POLICIES IN CONSERVATION EDUCATION-1510

Scott, Thomas G., U.S. Wildlife Service Collaborator-2167, :513

SCOTT, THOMAS G.-564, 2162

Scott (O.M.) & Sons-:1321

SCOTT, PETER-2707

Scott, Walter A., Mayor, Jackson, Mississippi-3514, :3515

Scripps-Howard Newspapers-35

SCRIPPS-HOWARD NEWSPAPERS-34

Scripps Institute of Oceanography-1202, :1201, 1293

SCRUGGS, MRS. GROSS-3980, 3981

SEARS, PAUL "THE INTER-RELATION OF LIVING THINGS - BASIC MATERIAL FOR A SERIES OF SOURCE UNITS IN ECOLOGY"-2961

SEARS, PAUL B. "DESERTS ON THE MARCH"-3414, 4165

SEARS, PAUL B. "THIS IS OUR WORLD"-4165

SEARS, PAUL-138, 139, 167, 281, 451, 452, 505, 749-751, 754, 888, 895, 1277, 1694, 2129, 3610, 3745, 3750, 3909, 4099,4100, 4167

Sears, Paul Bigelow-22, 279, 282, 868, 1693, :21, 278, 280, 867

SEINES (3", MESH)-3519

SELLERS, T.F., DR. DIRECTOR OF STATE HEALTH LABORATORIES, ATLANTA, GEORGIA-702, 703

SENATE WILDLIFE COMMITTEE-3595

Severn River Association-3250

SEWAGE-2519

SEYFFERT, LEOPOLD-31, 33

SEYMOUR, EDMUND-3714

SEYMOUR, EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT, DES MOINES REGISTER & TRIBUNE-55, 56

SHAD-3732

SHALLER, HERB-2857

Shantz, H.L.-863, 4011, :862

SHARP-594

Sharp, Dr. Ward M.-:3663

SHARPE, T.L.-3922

Sharpe, T.W.-3972, 3974, 3976, :3973, 3975, 3977-3979

SHARPE, T.W.-3962, 3963

Shave, Edward (Minneapolis Star & Tribune)-:1478

SHAW, R.S.-3375

Shaw, Thomas B.-:3358

Shawhan, H.W.-4045, 4047, 4049, :4046, 4048

SHAY,WILL-3610

SHEAFFER, C.R.-3040

Sheaffer, C.R.-:3051

SHEAFFER, CRAIG R.-2239, 2343, 2479, 2435

Sheaffer Pen Co., Ft. Madison, Iowa-2239, 2435

SHEEP, BIG HORN SHEEP-1169, 1193, 1214, 1215, 2429, 2495, 2501

SHEEP, GIANT MOUNTAIN SHEEP-442, 512, 1736

SHEETZ R.M.-2804, 2835

Sheinberg, Monroe R.-1506

SHEINBERG, MONROE R.-1504, 1505

SHELBY COUNTY (IOWA)-3166

SHELDON-3333

SHELDON, HAROLD P.-3566

SHELDON, H.P. COLONEL-50, 208

SHELDON, HAL-711

SHELDON, RAYMOND-2870

SHELDON ANTELOPE REFUGE (NEVADA)-172, 310, 900, 936

Shell, Ethel T.-2827, :2828

SHELLS-602, 603, 1446, 1447

Shelton, Robert Philo-3720, :3721

SHEPARD, CAPT. J. MORTIMER-3509

Sheppard, Morris (Senator)-:3944

Sheppard, Walter B.-2567, 2568, 2607-2609, 2618, :2566

Sheriff, Clara-1475, :1474

Sherlock, W. E., Editor, The O'Brien County Bell (Primghar, Iowa)-274, :273, 275


Sherlock, Wallace E., Editor, Fairfield (Iowa)-
Daily Ledger-1445

Sherlock, Wallace E.-1444

SHERMAN, FRED-3652

SHIAWASSEE CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION-3401

Shillinger, Dr. J.E.-:2456

SHILLINGER, DR. J.E.-2455, 2461, 2464, 2478

SHIPPING-459-462

SHOCK DISEASE-2460, 2462

SHOEMAKER, CARTOONIST, CHICAGO DAILY NEWS-596

Shoemaker, Carl, Executive Secretary, Nat'l Wildlife Federation; Secretary, U.S. Senate Wildlife Comm.-1855, 1940, 2659, 3593, 3996, :1845, 1851, 2491, 2602, 2667, 2676, 2695, 2804, 3267, 3268, 3364, 3379,3390, 3391, 3627, 3688, 3740, 3819, 3908, 4092

SHOEMAKER, CARL D.-2971, 3022, 3072, 3111, 3116, 3232, 3234, 3257, 3264, 3265, 3266, 3906, 3909, 3973, 3985, 3991, 3994, 4013, 4014, 4015, 4026, 4031, 4033, 4058, 4078, 4081, 4082, 4084, 4091, 4108, 4109, 4157, 4160, 4172, 3161, 3189, 3192, 3195, 3198, 3425, 3446, 3447, 3448, 3451, 3460, 3461, 3467, 3473, 3483, 3496, 3566, 3584, 3590, 3594, 3595, 3599, 3606, 3607, 3609, 3610, 3624, 3531, 3685, 3689, 3690., 3691, 3694, 3715, 3726, 3727, 3740, 3741, 3747, 3784, 3818, 3822, 3846, 3850, 3892, 3899, 3903, 2, 693, 706, 710-712, 714, 715, 720, 723, 726, 754, 846, 858, 861, 1078, 1079, 1257, 1261, 1584, 1847, 1853, 1854, 1864, 1876, 1897, 2500, 2600, 2626, 2631, 2658, 3281, 3289, 3293, 3298, 3308, 3310, 3333, 3340, 3345, 3361, 3363, 3374, 3383, 3384, 3385, 3394, 3399, 3527, 3549, 3550, 3586, 3587

SHOEMAKER, HARRY-3527

Shoemaker, M.E.(Myron)-3820

SHOEMAKER, M.J.-3610

Shoemaker, Vaughn-515, :514

SHORT COURSE SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION-3174, 3175, 3181, 3187

----. UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA-3777, 3778

SHOT (GUN AMMUNITION)-2454-2458, 2464, 2465, 2467-2473, 2476, 2478

SHOW, S.B. "AS A HOME FOR WILDLIFE"-3566

"SHOWBOAT"-3919

SHRIMP-1178, 1179, 1220

Shugart, M.L. (President, Iowa Junior Chamber of Commerce)-3172, :3165-3167

SHURGART, M.L.-3159, 3168, 3169

Shuttleworth, Mrs. W.D.-2116

SICKLES, TRENT-3741, 3753

"Sid"-:3543

Siegle, J.C.-4041

Sigler, Kim-:1164

SIKES-3794

Silbaugh, Ann-209, :208

SILCOX, F.A.-3465, 3476, 3577, 3595, 3607, 3610, 3722, 4008, 4038

SILTATION-1210, 1243, 1244

SILVER-250, 251

SILVER LAKE (IOWA)-1416, 1417

Simon and Schuster-522

Simon and Schuster, Inc.-:521

SIMPSON, WILLIAM H.-4109

Sinclair, Jeannette K. (Mrs. H.M.)-2803, 2804

SIOUX CITY, IOWA-121, 191, 192, 269, 587, 1521, 1552, 1746, 1947, 1948, 2233, 2325

Sioux City(Iowa) Bird Club-1747

Sioux City Journal-628, 632, :626, 627, 631, 1075

SIOUX CITY JOURNAL-626-628, 1246, 1376, 1377, 1943, 1944

"SIR WALTER RALEIGH THE SECOND" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-909

SKIM MILK-645, 646

Skuce, Thomas W.-4052

Slater, Eben A.-1446, 1477, 1478, :1447, 1476

SLATER, EBEN A.-1088, 1089

Slater, Val (Rep., 6th Indiana District)-2991, :2990

Slayton, C.C.-3261

SLICHTER, DEAN-172, 173

SLOAN, LUTHER (GENERAL ELECTRIC)-1235

SLOAN, W.G. ENGINEER, U.S. ARMY-824

SMELL (SENSE OF)-357

SMITH, CAMP SUPERINTENDENT of IOWA LAKESIDE LABORATORY-2085

SMITH, A.A.-2324, 2325

SMITH, ALEX-1075

SMITH, A.J.-3107

Smith, Arthur W., Chairman, Medium Lake Committee; President, Iowa Div., Izaak Walton League-776, 778, 779, 781, 783, 784, 786, 1048

Smith, Arthur W., President, Iowa Division, Izaak Walton League-:774, 775, 777, 780, 782, 785, 1047, 1315, 1316, 1429

SMITH, BILL-3610

SMITH, BURTON-3666

SMITH, DAN-3610

Smith, Dorman N., Cartoonist-20, :19

SMITH, DORMAN H.-199, 596

Smith, Ed. W.-:2735, 2736

Smith, E.W.-2737, :905

SMITH, EMERSON-3631

Smith, F.G., Walton-2749, 2753, 2754, 2768, 2777, 2785, 2792, :1289, 2776

SMITH, F.G., WALTON-2706, 2723, 2724, 2732, 2738, 2748, 2751, 2755, 2757, 2772, 2779, 2784,2786, 2787, 2788, 2789, 2793, 2834

Smith, Garland F.-3653

SMITH, GLEN A.-3599

SMITH, H.G.-3618

Smith, Henry C.-520, :519

SMITH, H.C.-2523, 2524, 3527

SMITH, HENRY-3406

SMITH, JERRY-539

Smith, John Joseph, U.S. Representative (CONN.)- :

SMITH, LEWIS WORTHINGTON, PROF. OF ENG. LIT., DRAKE U.-926

SMITH, MILLARD-2800, 3159, 3209, 3754, 4004

Smith, Millard-3171, :3631

SMITH, M.F. (PRESIDENT, NEW MEXICO G.P.A.)-3685

Smith, Perry E., Sports Editor, Springfield Newspapers-1046, -:1045

SMITH, MRS. R.C.-3100

SMITH, R.G., PRESIDENT, DUCK HUNTERS PROTECTIVE Assoc.-599

Smith, W.J.-3806, :3804

SMITS, LEE-3386, 3387, 3393, 3406, 3610, 3743, 4076, 4163

SMOOT, AL-3609

"SNAKES OF IOWA" IOWA STATE COLLEGE EXPERIMENT STATION-564

SNEDDEN, FRED-2966

SNIDER, J.B. (LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR)-3469

Snodgrass, B.E.-3982, :3983

SNOW, F.R. (FRANK)-3379, 3401, 3404, 3405, 3406

SNYDER, J. BROWN-3523

Snyder, V.W., President, Missouri Power and Light Co.-:1041

SOCIAL SECURITY-520

SOCIALISM-42, 103, 538, 652, 653, 873, 874, 900, 2195-2200, 2201-2206, 2245

Society for the Prevention of Calling Sleeping-car porters "George"-2035

SOCIETY OF NATURAL HISTORY AND SCIENCE (CHICAGO)-3012

SOCIETY OF WILDLIFE SPEICALISTS-3462, 3463

Society of Wildlife Specialists-3460, 3462

"SOIL CONSERVATION" BY H.H. BENNETT-895

SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICTS-SEE CONSERVATION, SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICTS

Soil Conservation Service (USDA)-870, 1361, 1717, :869, 1360, 1667, 1682, 1696

SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE (USDA)-38, 39, 78, 81, 104, 145, 184, 854, 959, 1147, 1733, 3174

SOIL CONSERVATION SOCIETY OF AMERICA-1147

SOIL PRODUCTIVITY-409, 509, 890, 959, 1281, 1360, 1361, 2031

SOIL, TOP-455

"SOMETIME THESE BOYS SHOULD GET TOGETHER" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-1394, 1395

SOUKUP, LEO-3615, 3622

SOULIGNY, EARL C.-3801

SOUTH AMERICA-959, 1281

South Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs, Inc.-3859, 3861

SOUTH CAROLINA, SANTEE COOPER PROJECT-SEE SANTEE COOPER PROJECT

SOUTH DAKOTA CONSERVATION DIGEST-3869-3878

South Dakota Department of Game and Fish-3882, 3884

South Dakota Game and Fish Commission-3880

SOUTH DAKOTA, HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF-271, 272

SOUTH DAKOTA WILDLIFE FEDERATION-1895

South Dakota Works Progress Administration-3886

Southern Conservationist, The-3502

SOUTHERN CONSERVATIONIST, THE-3502

SOWERS, LEO. B.-3741

Spahn & Rose Lumber Co, Dubuque, Iowa-2232, 2365, 2390, 2440, 2441

SPALDING, GENERAL-100

SPANGLER, HARRISON-2265

SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR-1523, 1524

SPANISH MACKEREL-1201-1203

Spann., Mildred M.-3649

Sparr, Daniel H.-3262

Speaker, E.B., Superintendent of Fisheries, Iowa State Conservation Commission-1043, :1042

Speaker, Harry E.-3428, 3429, 3431, :3430

SPEAKES, HARRY E.-3437

SPEARMAN, REPRESENTATIVE, MILLER COUNTY MISSOURI-3521

SPEECHER, EUGENE-31

"SPEAKING OF FLOODS" PAMPHLET BY J. DARLING-1232

Speidel, Merritt C., President, Speidel Newspapers, Inc.-288, :287

SPEIDEL, ROBERT M.-287, 288

Speidel Newspapers, Inc.-288

Spenie, James D.-1970

Spencer, Dick, Managing Editor, Information Service, SUI-1142, :1143

SPENCER, GUY-3646

SPILIMNION-513

Spinnenweber, Al-1637, :1636

"THE SPIRIT OF PLACE" BY JAMES NORM HALL-557

SPIRIT LAKE, IOWA-513, 1042, 1043, 1329, 1467, 1468

SPIRIT LAKE-SEE ALSO, LAKE OKOBOJI

SPORTING ARMS AND AMMUNITION INSTITUTE-2

SPORTS AFIELD-707, 886, 887, 3458, 3459

SPRING, SAMUEL N.-3722

Springfield (Mass.) Daily Republican-2608

SPURRTER, FRANKLIN-3100

SPURRIER, SAM-3100

Stafford, Charles B.-4119, :4120

STALIN, JOSEPH-438, 468, 571, 572, 731, 1012, 1166

STAMPS, DUCK-SEE, NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION STAMP SALE

STAMPS, WILDLIFE-(SEE ALSO, WILDLIFE STAMPS) 2992, 2993, 2997, 2999, 3002, 3003

Standard Oil Co.-1961

Stanford University, School of Education-1666

Stanwood, Florence Sprague, President, Des Moines League of Women Voters-18, :17

Staplekamp, Judson W.-4077, :4078

STARK, FRED-

"Stark, Honorable and Mrs. Lloyd C.-3557

STARK, LLOYD C. (GOVERNOR, MISSIOURI)-3539, 3556, 3582

STASSEN, HAROLD, GOVERNOR OF MISSESOTA-113, 123, 346, 531-533, 562, 629, 876, 1146, 1225, 1462

State Board of Conservation (Florida)-2852, 2873, 2878, 2887, 2890, 2900

STATE DEPARTMENT, U.S. COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING-462

Staton, Harry, Manager, N.Y. TRIBUNE SYNDICATE-2058, :2057

STATON, HARRY-520, 522, 1260

STEELE, RAY-3437, 3442

STEEN, M.O., MISSOURI CONSERVATION COMMISSION-239, 1295

STEINER, W.H.-3027, 3111, 3140

Steiner, W.H.-3124

STEINMETZ, KARL E.-3898, 3899, 3906

Steinmetz, K.E.-3895, :3896, 3897

STEPHENS, E. SYDNEY-518, 624, 705, 719, 720, 1023, 1083, 1171, 1184, 1558, 1559, 1850, 3522,3524, 3529, 3543, 3547, 3555, 4099, 4100

Stephens, E. Sydney, Chairman, Missouri State Conservation Commission-866, 3558, 3561, :765, 1041, 3559, 3560, 3562

STEPHENS, DR. T.C.-1746, 1747

Stettinius, Edwar R., U.S. Secretary of State-906-909

Stevens, Ben M.-3497, :3500

STEVENS, BEN M.-3469, 3471, 3472, 3473, 3474, 3476, 3481, 3408

Stevens, George, Managing Editor, J.B. Lippincott Co.; Vice-President, F.A. Stokes Co.-798, 7995 800

Stevens, Jack-3157

STEVENS, J. Minard-1297

STEVENS (SENATOR)-3111

Stevens, Ross O., Professor of Zoology, N. Carolina State Agriculture College-24, 26, 286, 518, :23,
25, 285, 516, 517

STEVENS, ROSS O., PROFESSOR OF ZOOLOGY, N. CAROLINA STATE AGRICULTURE COLLEGE-442, 1078, 1079, 2836, 2840, 2841

STEVENS, ROSS O., CONSERVATION BOOK (TITLE UNKNOWN)-516-518

Stevens, Samuel N., President, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa-243, 416, :242, 415, 796

STEVENS, SAM, PRESIDENT, GRINNELL COLLEGE-955, 1282

STEWART, DAVE-111

Stewart, David W.-2263

STEWART, DAVID W.-2262

STEWART, FRANK A.-4092

STEWART, LESTER F. (TREASURER, ILLINOIS DIVISION OF IZAAK WILTON LEAGUE)-2953

Stewart, Roscoe E., Chairman, Iowa Conservation Commission-2144, :2142, 2146, 2148

STEWART, ROSCOE-1224, 1307, 2174, 2177

STICK, WM.-3193

Stiles, Bruce, Director, Iowa Conservation Commissioner-:1471

STILES, BRUCE, DIRECTOR, IOWA CONSERVATION COMMISSION-1553, 1555

STILLMAN, JAMES-3193

Stillmann, L.P.-:3051

Stillwell, Jerry E.-3952, :3953

STINSON, HENRY LEWIS, U.S. SECRETARY OF WAR & OF STATE-1015, 1301

STINCHCOMB, WM. A.-3741, 3745, 3750

STIPP, HARLEY, JR.-323, 324

Stipple Drawing-318

Stobie, George J.-3301, 3302, 3304, 3306, :3303, 3305, 3307, 3308

STOBIE, GEORGE-3280, 3282, 3289, 3290, 3293, 3298, 3299, 3317, 3323, 3324, 3342, 3343,3845

STOBIE, MRS. GEORGE J.-3325

STONE, HOWARD-3610, 3687, 3691

Stone, Howard S.-:3690

Stone Howard L., President, N. Dakota Wildlife Fed.-3688, 3689

Stone, I.F.-878

STONE, I.F.-877, 879, 880

STORM LAKE (IOWA)-1049-1051, 3009

Storm Lake Pilot Tribune, Old Timer-1049, 1051, :1050

Story, Arthur Earl-2690

Stout, Rex, Chairman, Writers War Board-527, 529, :528

Stout, Wilbur, Dr., Chief Geologist, State of Ohio-:281

STOUT, WILBUR, DR.-282

"STRANGE THAT RATS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FIRST TO DISCOVER IT" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-897, 898

STRASSER, MRS.-3197

STRASSER, MERLE H.-563, 3452

Strasser, Merle Houts (Darling's secretary)-:303, 305, 972, 974, 978, 985, l009, 1885, 1889, 1892, 2112

Strasser, N.H.-:3984

Strasser, Miss Merle-:3971

Strasser, M.H.-:3034, 3816

Strasser, Merle Houts-730, 775, 971, 973, 981, 1058, 1568, 1598, 1603, 1601, 1617, 1619, 1628,1630, 1632, 1634, 1636, 1638, 1640, 1653, 1831, 1856, 1860, 1883, 1887,1888, 1891, 1893, 1898, 2103, 2108, 2109, 2111, 2115, 2127, 2459, 2470, 2527, 2529, 2540, 2566, 2575, 2580, 2613, 26,1, 2543, 2646, 2648, 2651,2657, 2673, 2688, 2691

STREETER, CARROLL (FARM JOURNAL)-1122

Strickland, Charles E., President, Peoples' Gas & Electirc Co., Mason City, Iowa-290, 2339, 2367, 2393

Strickland, Charles E.-:289

STRIKES-152, 1543, 2195-2200, 2201-2206

STRONG, HAROLD F.-1584, 1585

STRONG, PHIL-926, 927

Stroy, Dr. H., Secretary, Iowa Board of Health-2077

Stuber, James W.-3756, 3758, 3760, :3757, 3759, 3761

Studebaker, John, Commissioner of Education, U.S. Office of Education-1440, :1441

STUDEBAKER, J.W. (JOHN)-2957, 2981, 3018, 3577, 3578, 3610, 4053, 4082

STUDEBAKER, JOHN DR.-587

STUHR, LEO-3632, 3650

SUBMARINES-308, 309

SUBSOIL MOISTURE-SEE, WATER TABLE

Successful Farming-4116

SUCCESSFUL FARMING-4115, 4121, 4116, 4118, 4137

SUGAR BEET FACTORIES-1378

SUGAR MAPLE-210

"SUGGESTED PLANS AND INFORMATION FOR USE IN THE FORMATION OF COUNTY AND STATE WILDLIFE FEDERATIONS"-2947, 3000, 3001, 3240, 3651, 4114

SULLAVAN, MARK-3610

SULLIVAN, MARK-97

SUPERIOR NATIONAL FOREST (MINN.)-1238

SURBER, E.W.-412, 413

Sutton, Henry L.-1647, :1646

SUWANEE RIVER-818, 819, 1218

Swan, H.B.-:3051

Swan, Joyce A.-2019, :2018

SWANSON, ART-2957

SWABSON, FRED, JR.-323, 324

SWANSON, GUSTAV-1022

SWARTHMORE, CHAUTAUQUA-SEE, CHAUTAUQUA, SWARTHMORE

Sweeney, Thomas W.-3737

SWEENEY, THOMAS W.-3714

SWEIGERT, CARTOONIST, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE-327

SWENK, (PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA)-3627

SWISHER, BEN F., PRESIDENT, WATERLOO ROTARY CLUB-401

Swope, Herbert Bayard-2013, :2012

SYKES, (CARTOONIST)-327

SYMONS, MRS. J. SHIRLEY-3380

T
TAFT, ROBERT, U.S.SENATOR (OHIO)-562, 563

TAFT-HARTLEY LAW-1462

TAINTOR, FRED B.-551, 552

TALBERT, CARTOONIST, N.Y. WORLD TELEGRAM-731

Talbot, Bill-3998

Talburt, H.M.-2073

TALLCOTT, A.M.-4106

Tallman, Ronald D., Managing Editor, Iowa City Press-Citizen-1751

TANNER, C.R.-3685

TANNER, J.E.-3492

TAPPLY, H.G., EDITOR, "OUTDOORS"-1255

TARBELL, IDA M.-97

TAX, EXCISE-814, 815

TAX, INCOME-2353, 2354, 2355

TAX, SALES-2195-2200

TAYLOR COUNTY (IOWA)-3166

TAYLOR, DR.-3610

Taylor, Mrs. Edward DeWitt-2548

TAYLOR, FOREST E.-3801

TAYLOR, FRANK J., PRESIDENT, AMERICAN MERCHANT MARINE INSTITUTE, INC.-462

Taylor, H.J., Mrs. (Ross S.)-270, 272, 1943, :269, 271, 1944

Taylor, Mr. H.S.-3120

Taylor, Jennie E.-791

TAYLOR, KENNETH-3240, 3574

Taylor, Kenneth-3238, :3236, 3237, 3239

Taylor, Morgan-902, :901

TAYLOR, MRS. H.S.-3063, 3119, 3175

Taylor, Mrs. H.S.-:3051, 3118, 3191

Taylor, Paul-2036, :2037

Taylor, Phillips-3136, :3135

TAYLOR, W.F., SPORTS AFIELD-

TAYLOR, WALTER P. "MAN AND NATURE"-506

TAYLOR, WALTER P. "CONSERVATION AND WAR"-503-505

Taylor, Walter P.-16, 504-506, 1963, 3970, 3971, :15, 503, 1962

TAYLOR, WALTER P.-3921, 3924, 3938, 3962, 3963

TAYLOR GRAZING ACT-11, 2566, 2567, 2568, 2924, 2937, 2943, 3609, 4111

Te Veltrup, Mrs. Edward (Norine), Chairman, Division of Birds & Wildlife, Iowa State Federation of Women's Clubs-510, :509

TE VELTRUP, MRS. EDWARD-530

TEACHERS' COLLEGES-1138

TEACHOUT, MRS. CLAIR W.-3380

Teague, Wendell A.-:2670

TEMPERANCE-158, 206

Templeton, Lucy-:3899

TEMPLETON, MRS. LUCY-3895, 3896

TENNESSEE, CONSERVATION COMMISSIONER-494

Tennessee Federation of Sportsmen-3890, 3892, 3894

TENNESSEE FEDERATION OF SPORTSMEN-3890, 3893

TENNESSEE FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS-3915

TENNESSEE, NORRIS RESEVOIR-SEE NORRIS RESEVOIR

Tennessee Valley Authority-1034, :494, 1035

TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY-411, 413, 494, 622, 623, 680, 681, 824, 836, 936, 959, 989, 1034, 1035,1045, 12445 1281, 1480

TENNESSEE WILDLIFE CONFERENCE (SECOND)-3906

TENNESSEE WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3566

TERMITES-607, 1228

TERRILL, HAROLD V.-3525

Terry, David E.-512, :511

Tesmer, Fred W.-3137, :3135

TETON, NATIONAL PARK-2607, 2608

Texas A.& M.-3970

TEXAS A.& M.-3970

TEXAS ACADEMY of SCIENCE-3920, 3938, 3992

TEXAS AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION-3935, 3936, 3939

TEXAS, CONSERVATION COMMISSION-113

TEXAS COOPERATIVE WILDLIFE RESEARCH UNIT

----. MAY 1938-3926
----. OCTOBER 1938-3927
----. DECEMBER 1938-3928

TEXAS COOPERATIVE WILDLIFE SERVICE

----. JUNE 1936-3921
----. JULY 1936-3922
----. OCTOBER 1936-3923
----. NOVEMBER 1936-3924
----. JANUARY 1937-3925

TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION-3989

TEXAS FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS-3980

Texas Game, Fish, and Oyster Commission-3985, 3986, 3988, 3991, 3993, 3994

TEXAS STATE FISH & FAME COMMISSION-3949

TEXAS STATE WILDLIFE BOARD-3984

TEXAS WILDLIFE ASSEMBLY-3942

TEXAS WILDLIFE CONFERENCE-3985, 3986, 3987

TEXAS WILDLIFE COUNCIL(ORGANIZATION, CONSTITUTION, BY-LAWS)-3940

TEXAS WILDLIFE COUNCIL-3946, 3950

TEXAS WILDLIFE FEDERATION (CONSTITUTION)-3937

TEXAS WILDLIFE FEDERATION-1023, 2500, 3929, 3932, 3933, 3959, 3960, 3962, 3963, 3974, 3977, 3998, 3999

Texas Wildlife Federation-3942, 3972, 3974, 3976, 4005

"THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY OUT" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-649

"THEY DIDN'T HAVE RETREADS AT VALLEY FORGE EITHER" J. DARLING-239-

THIRD ANNUAL WILDLIFE CONFERENCE-3248, 3250, 3257, 3265, 3422, 3423, 3424

"THIS IS OUR LAND" BY CHEYNEY AND SCANTZ-HANSEN-888, 895

"THIS IS OUR WORLD"-SEE SEARS, PAUL

THOMAS, ELMER (SENATOR)-3788

Thomas, Elmer-:3787

Thomas, Harold S.-1757, 3072, 3146, 3201, :1285, 1756, 3073, 3097

THOMAS, HAROLD S.-3027, 3112, 3129, 3131, 3177, 3180, 3182, 3192, 3610, 3623, 3624

THOMAS, RALPH (FORBES LITHOGRAPH COMPANY)-3610

Thompson, A.R.-2800

THOMPSON, BILL-706

THOMPSON, C.F. (CHARLES)-2952, 2955, 2958

Thompson, C. Woody, Senior Planning Technician, National Resources Planning Board-13, :12

THOMPSON, DOROTHY-122

THOMPSON, H. WOODY, PROFESSOR,USI-1663, 1664, 1674

THOMPSON, MRS. HARRY S.-3312, 3317

Thone, Frank-1452, 1691, 1694, :1451

THONE, FRANK-1693

Thorp, J.T.-3025, :3024

THORP, RUSSELL-4111

Thurston, Lloyd-:3100

THURSTON, LLOYD-3079, 3080, 3082, 3099, 3104, 3105

TIBBETS, E.R.-3963

TILEFISH (LOPHOLATILUS CHAMAELEONTICEPS)-2701

TILLER, R.R.-3193

TILLETTE, W.E.-4106

TILLY, A.C. (NEBRASKA STATE ENGINEER)-3635, 3646

TILL-MASTER MACHINERY-961

TIMBER-455, 523, 524, 3458, 3676, 3677

TIME-624, 625

Time Magazine-2715

----. Editor, Time Magazine-:272

Tingley, (Governor, New Mexico)-3685

Titus, G.M., President & treasurer, Titus Loan & Investment Co, Muscatine, Iowa; Iowa Senator-267, :266

TITUS, HAROLD-3708, 3743

TOBIN, C.R.-1600

TOBIN, JOHN W.-3132, 3182

Tobin, John W.-3107, 3132 3148, 3151, 3152, :3106, 3149, 3150

TOLERANCE-259

Tolerton & Warfield Co., Sioux City, Iowa-111, 2243

TOLL, ROGER W.-3599

TOMLINSON, EDWARD-323, 324

Tonkin, George-502, :268, 501

TOKIN, GEORGE-2170

TOP SOIL-455

TORPEDOES-308, 309

TORRANT, LYLE-3405, 3406

TOWN MEETING OF THE AIR 1942-344, 345

Towner, Lester N.-3270, 3271, :3269

Towner, M.E.-3253

TOWNS, W.L.-2873, 2879, 2884, 2885

TOZIER, DR. ?-3326

TRADE UNIONS-34, 35, 500, 540, 541, 1445

TRAITORS-41

TRAPPING-14, 1385-1387, 1602

Treasury, U.S. Dept. of-1534

----. War Finance Committee-673, 675

TREASURY, U.S. DEPT. OF-1338

TREE FARMING-941

TREES-843, 1126, 1131, 1218, 1235-1238, 1411, 1412, 1484, 1485, 1660, 1661, 1701, 1759, 2538

TREHARNE, CY (JOSIAH)-2944, 2956, 2952, 2965, 2976, 2954, 2955

Treloar, Mrs. Thomas G.-2996

TREYSEALEAN (?) REFUGE (PICTURES)-3466

TRICHODESMIUM-2750, 2752, 2753

TRIPLE A-S-3610

TRI-STATES GAME AND FISH ASSOCIATION-3478, 3479

TROPICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE-3509

Trost, Ewald G., Iowa Conservation Commissioner-1449, 1455, :1450, 1454

TROST, EWALD G.-1508, 1509

TROUT, WENDELL-3830

TRUNDELL, PETER-3379, 3380, 3405

Truitt, R.V.-3263

TRUMAN, HARRY S., U.S. PRESIDENT-997, 1011, 1012, 1015, 1016, 1056, 1214, 1245, 1388, 1395, 1400, 1462, 1466, 1484, 1512, 1531, 1532, 1537, 1552

Trustees of Public Reservations-968, 970, 972, 974, 975, 976, 978, 979, 982, 984, :969, 971, 973, 977, 980, 981, 983

TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC RESERVATIONS-968-984

TUCKER, (OF TEXAS)-3652

TUCKER, BILL-113

TUCKER, WILLIAM-3595

Tucker, William J.-3985, 3986, 3988, 3989, 3990, 3993, 3994, :3987, 3992

TUCKER, WILLIAM J.-3610, 3922, 3923, 3949, 3956, 3959, 3960, 3962, 3963, 3972, 3973

TUGWELL, REX (FRIENDS OF THE LAND)-858

TULAREMIA-2460, 2463

Tulsa, Chamber of Commerce-1835, 1836, 1837, 1838, 1843, 1845, 1847, 3798, 3800

TURKEY, COLONIAL BRONZE WILD TURKEY-442

TURKEY ISLAND-63, 64

Turner, C.L.-3894

TURNER, DANIEL WEBSTER, GOVERNOR OF IOWA-853

Tuttle, Ries-1187, 1314, 1428, 1743

Tuttle, Ries, Comp. list of Conservation organizations in Iowa-1782

TUTTLE, RIES-350, 591, 1186, 1208, 1388, 1762, 2971

Tuttle, Ries, Des Moines Register & Tribune, Editorial Dept.-:1037, 1038, 1748, 1750, 1751, 1752

TUTTLE, W.B.-3963

"TWENTY-FIVE YEAR PLAN"-3013, 3052, 3161, 3191, 3195

TYLER, M.L.-493

Tyrrell, Bredley, President, Beloit College-508, :507

TYRRELL, BRADLEY-542

U
UNCLE SAM-48, 68

Underhill, E.A.-2132, :2131

UNDERHILL, MUGGINS-2888, 2914

UNITED NATIONS-539, 646

UNITED NATIONS-SEE ALSO SAN FRANCISCO CHARTER

UNITED PRESS-1072, 1279

United Sprotsmen's Association of Minnesota, (Minneapolis Sportsmen's Club)-3434, 3436

UNIVERSAL PICTURE SERVICE-3609

University of Maine-3312

University of Maryland-3263

University of Oklahoma-3777

UPCHURCH, ?-2873

USFA (Farm Security Administration)-3984

----. (Office of the Solicitor)-3954

U.S. AGRICULTURE, DEPT. OF-SEE AGRICULTURE, U. S. DEPT. OF

U.S. ARMY-149, 203-205, 346-348, 420, 432, 462, 1013, 1065, 1324

----. COMMUNICATIONS SERVICE-486

----. ENGINEERS-421, 432, 505, 584, 589-591, 620, 622, 680, 682, 684, 686, 699, 737-739, 749, 750, 752, 805, 807, 823, 824, 827, 838, 846, 849, 850, 862, 971, 882, 887, 892, 917, 936, 951, 1010, 1109, 1110, 1113, 1145, 1184, 1188-1190, 1212, 1213, 1243, 1244, 1274, 1486, 1739, 1760

U.S. BUREAU OF FISHERIES-3195

----. SURVEY OF FLORIDA GULF WATERS-2801

U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-462

U.S. COAST GUARD-SEE COAST GUARD

U.S. COMMERCE, DEPT OF-SEE COMMERCE, US. DEPT OF

U.S. CONGRESS, ANTI-INFLATION LAW-221

U.S. CONGRESS, LACEY ACT-1656

U.S. CONGRESS, LA FOLLETTE CONSOLIDATION BILL-1073, 1074

U.S. CONGRESS-

----. MC MAHON BILL, 1946-1065

----. MC NARY-DAXEY SUSTAINED YIELD FORESTRY BILL-1659-1661

----. S.J. RES. 84 (78th CONGRESS, 1st SESSION) BY GEORGE WILSON (IOWA)-438, 439

----. TAYLOR GRAZING ACT-SEE, TAYLOR GRAZING ACT

U.S. Congress

----. House of Representatives-2802, 2891, 2895, 2896, 2897, 2902, 3077, 3069, 3083, 3091, 3095, 3221

U.S. CONGRESS, HOUSE-

----. COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY-127, 128

----. COMMITTEE ON RIVERS AND HARBORS-420

----. COOPERATIVE FARM FORESTRY ACT (HR 4728, 1937)-2501

----. FLOOD CONTROL BILL (HR 4485, 1944)-684, 686, 824, 849, 853, 892

----. MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES COMMITTEE-462

----. MUNDT BILL (HR 6723, 1939)-2509

----. RIVERS & HARBORS BILL (HR 3961, 1944)-824, 849, 853

----. HR 12446, 1936-1659-1661

----. HR 7681, 1937-2483-2486, 2599

----. HR 10489, 1938-2573, 2574

----. HR 3793, 1942-210

----. HR 3487, 1947-1400

----. HR 6054, 1948-1437, 1458, 1459

U.S. Senate-3030

----. Committee on Agriculture & Forestry-3029, 3071

----.Committee on Banking & Currency-3068

U.S. SENATE COMMERCE COMMITTEE-462

----. CLARK BILL (S 1896 or 1986), 1944-682, 683, 828, 892

-----. PARKER RIVER REFUGE (SENATE FILE 1496, 1946 YEAR)-

----. ----. S 3750, 1935-2608
----. ----. S 2972, 1936-2607, 2608
----. ----. S 4507, 1936-1659-1661
----. ----. S 2670, 1937-1656, 1657, 1658, 2483-2486, 2599
----. ----. S 2970, 1937-2586-2588, 2684, 2687
----. ----. S 3925, 1938-2573, 2574
----. ----. S 1131, 1942-210
----. ----. S 1717, 1946-1066
----. ----. S 2318, 1948-1459
----. ----. S 2519, 1948-1458, 1459

U.S., Congress, Senate-Special Committee on Conservation of Wildlife Resources-2659

U.S. CONSERVATION SURVEY (PROPOSED)-1507

U.S. CONSTITUTION, EIGHTEENTH AMENDMENT-207

USDA, Biological Survey-4121

U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service-3020

U.S. FOREST SERVICE-3055

U.S. INTERIOR, DEPT. OF-SEE, INTERIOR, U.S. DEPT. OF

U.S. JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-3711, 3712, 3713

U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce-3754

U.S. JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CONSERVATION COMMITTEE QUESTIONNAIRE- 3755

U.S. MIGRATORY BIRD COMMISSION-2905, 2907

U.S. Navy, Dept. of-See, Navy, U.S. Dept. of

U.S. OFFICE OF EDUCATION-1324

U.S. Rubber Company-580

U.S. RUBBER COMPANY-577

U.S. STATE DEPT.-SEE, STATE DEPARTMENT

U.S. SUPREME COURT-441, 442

U.S. TREASURY, DEPT. OF-SEE TREASURY, U.S. DEPT OF

U.S. WAR ASSETS ADMINSITRATION-SEE WAR ASSETS ADMINISTRATION

U.S. WAR DEPT.-SEE, WAR DEPT.

U.S. WAR INFORMATION, OFFICE OF-SEE, WAR INFORMATION, OFFICE OF

U.S. WAR LABOR BOARD-SEE, WAR LABOR BOARD

UNITED WAR FUND-500

"UNSEEMLY EXPOSURE" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-1544, 1545

Upham., John S.-2142, 2143, 2144

UPHAM, JOHN S.-1322-1326

Upham, Mrs. S.W.-2146

URICK, A.L.-267

UTAH-4007

UTTERBACK, HUBERT-3012


V
VAILL, CHARLES B.H.-3019

Vaill, Charles B.H., Secretary, Connecticut Wildlife Federation-2698

VALENTINE MIGRATORY WATERFOWL REFUGE (NEBRASKA)-3663, 3664

VALLEY ZONING LAW OF WISCONSIN-4065

Van Buren, G.J., Iowa Representative 47th Dist.-1623

VAN COEVERING, JACK (DETROIT FREE PRESS)-886, 887, 3368, 3379, 3380

VAN COEVERING, JACK "WOODS AND WATERS"-3401

Van Coevering, Jack-3396-3398, 3743, :3399

VANCE, W.K., FR.-4014

Vance, W.K., Jr.-3913, :3914

VANDERBILT, WILLIAM H. (GOVERNOR, RHODE ISLAND)-3851, 3852

VAN DOREN, IRITA-299, 300

Van Dresser, C.S.-1633, :1632

Van Loon, Hendrik Willem-28, 255, 257, *59, 261, 264, 500, :27, 254, 256, 258, 260, 262, 263, 265, 499

VAN LOON, HENDRIK WILLEM-21, 22, 696

----. "GOOD TIDINGS"-265

----. "THE INVASION"-27, 28

----. "LIFE & TIMES OF SIMON BILIVAR"-499, 500

----. VAN LOON'S LIVES-254, 255, 262, 263, 265

----. REPORT TO ST. PETER-499, 500

Van Nostrand, E.J., Editor, Newton Daily News-1251

Van Tuyle, Dorwin-1620, :1619

VAN WORT, GENEVIEVE-542, 543

Van Wyck, Anthony Theodore-See, Anthony, Theodore Van Wyck

VAUGHN, FRANK-3801

VEATCH, CECIL (BUD)-3526

VENEZUELA-1281

Vernon, J.M.-2062

Vernon, J.M.-2061

"VETERAN OF THE LAST WAR VOLUNTEERS, A" J. DARLING-158, 159

VICKERY, HOWARD L., REAR ADMIRAL VICE CHAIRMAN, MARITIME COMMISSION-462

Victory Fund Committee, War Finance Committee, U.S. Treasury-673

Vifquain, Mrs. Victor D.-:498

VIFQUAIN, VICTOR D.-3150

Vifquain, Victor D.-:3152

Vinton (Iowa) Fish & Game Club-3148

VIRGINIA DEER CASE-442

"VIRGINIA WILDLIFE" PAMPHLET-4011, 4018, 4058

VIRGINIA WILDLIFE MAGAZINE-

----. SEPT. 1937-4026, 4027
----. OCT. 1937-4028
----. NOV. 1937-4029
----. JAN. 1939-4030
----. FEB. 1939-4031
----. MARCH 1939-4032
----. APRIL 1939-4033
----. MAY 1939-4034
----. AUGUST 1939-4035
----. NOV. 1939-4036
----. DEC. 1939-4037
----. JAN. 1940-4038
----. JUNE 1940-4039

Virginia Wildlife Federation-4013, 4018

VIRGINIA WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3915, 4023

VISSCHER, J. PAUL-3741, 3745, 3747, 3749, 3750

Visser, Henry-:110

VITAVO, PAUL (?)-3610

Vogt, William, Chief, Pan American Wildlife & Conservation Dept.-30, 9545 956, 958, 959, 1278, 1280, 1281, 1283, 1457, :29, 9555 957, 960, 1248-1250, 1277, 1279, 1282, 1295, 1456

VOGT, WILLIAM-633, 796, 1078-1081, 1096, 1261, 1274, 1451, 1470, 1507

----. "THE AMERICAN NIGHTMARE"-960

----. "MAN AND EARTH"-1282, 1283, 1292

----. "ROAD TO SURVIVAL"-1456, 1457, 1465, 1480, 1486, 1510, 1563, 1564, 1569, 1570

"VOICE OF THE PEOPLE"-299

VONN, (FORBES LITHOGRAPH COMPANY)-3610

Vorhies, Charles T. Chairman, Arizona Wildlife Federation-2498

W
Wabasha Rod and Game Club-3444

WABASHA ROD AND GUN CLUB-3437, 3438, 3440, 3442

Waddell, Lloyd, Executive Secretary, Des Moines River Valley Project-584

WADDELL, LLOYD-583, 616

Wade, Douglas E., Editor, Wildlife News-252

Wade, Douglas E.-253

Wade, Gerry-3276

WADE, JERRY (GERRY)-3278

Wagar, J.V.K., Professor, Colorado State College-:2640

WAGNER, HENRY, MRS.-284, 285

WAGNER ACT-201

Walcott, Frederic Collin-167, 1032, 1587, 2659, 2673, 2678, 3265

Walcott, Frederic C., U.S. Senator (Conn.); President, American Wildlife Institute-168, 169, 980, 1033, 2658, 2660, 2672, 2674

WALCOTT, FREDERIC COLLIN-2-4, 373, 414, 467, 609, 677, 706, 710-712, 714, 720-723, 750, 751, 846, 920, 979, 1025, 1027, 1072, 1079, 1096, 1257, 1261, 1585, 1708, 2505, 2680, 2957, 3321, 3333, 3353, 3368, 3460, 3463, 3566, 3567, 3845, 3848, 3849, 3854, 3906, 4108

WALCOTT, ROBERT, PRESIDENT, THE TRUSTEES OF PUBLIC RESERVATIONS-977, 978, 982, 984

WALD, JOHN J., JR.-4092

WALDO, GEORGE-35

WALDON, SIDNEY D.-3380

Wallace, Henry Agard, U.S. Vice President-2106

WALLACE, HENRY A. "WILDLIFE AND A NATIONAL LAND USE PROGRAM"-3195

WALLACE, HENRY AGARD-2, 119, 120, 157, 182 212, 229, 230, 267, 306, 333, 353, 354, 367, 377, 397, 869, 986, 987, 1256, 1279, 1484, 1694, 2080, 2085, 2096, 2100, 2101, 2390-2395, 2397, 2400, 2404, 2405, 3475, 3477, 3582, 3607, 3653, 3685, 4062

WALLACE, TOM-3743

Wallace, Tom, Editor, Louisville Times-1275, :1274

WALLACE, TOM, Editor Louisville Times-1101, 1276

Walling, Art-:244, 2267

Walling, Kelsey Lee-2140, 2147, 2148, 2150, :2149

WALLING-2955, 3713

WALLING, L.C.-3635, 3636

WALL LAKE (RESTORATION)-3004

Walsh, Richard J., President, The John Day Co.; Editor, "ASIA"-547, 548, 550, :546, 548

WALTON, GEORGE E.-3610

Walton, Izaak-3556

"WANDERING YEARS, THE" BY MARTYR, WESTON-144, 145

WAR ASSETS ADMINISTRATION-1324

WAR BOND DRIVE-330, 331, 672, 673, 675

War Department-2013

WAR DEPARTMENT-238, 239, 347, 1169, 1193, 1214

WAR INFORMATION, OFFICE OF-344, 441

WAR LABOR BOARD-221

WAR PRODUCTION BOARD-348, 602

Ward, Henry Baldwin-1729, 2988, 4099

Ward, Henry B.-2989

WARD, HENRY B. "BIOLOGY VS ENGINEERING"-592

WARD, HENRY BALDWIN, DR.-4, 21, 368-370, 376, 589-591, 750, 751, 851, 852, 1079, 2573, 2574, 2961, 3278, 3363, 3364, 3414, 3610, 4039, 4100, 4101

WASHINGTON, SPORTSMEN'S COUNCIL-864

"WASHINGTON LOOKS AT THE MANPOWER SHORTAGE SITUATION" J. DARLING-189, 190

WASHINGTON OUTDOOR NEWS SERVICE-704-707, 722-729

Washington Post-1453

WASHINGTON POST-1451, 1452

Washington State Department of Game-4042

WASHINGTON STATE SPORTS COUNCIL-4042

WASHINGTON WILDLIFE CONFERENCE-3575

WATER CONDITIONS NORTHERN GREAT PLAINTS-277

WATER CONSERVATION-3018

WATER EROISON-1279

WATER, MULTIPLE USES OF-129, 1030

WATER POTION-3990, 3991

WATER RESOURCES-3066, 3067, 3093, 3990, 3991, 3992

WATER RESOURCES COMMITTEE-3433, 3992

WATER, STREAM GAGING STATIONS-341

WATER TABLE-165, 172, 173, 365, 378, 280-282, 310, 311, 505, 680, 869, 900, 1031, 1131, 2132

WATERFOWL REGULATIONS-705, 707, 710, 716, 892

Waterloo Kennel and Sprotsman Club-284

Waterloo Kiwanis Club-3142

WATERLOO, ROTARY CLUB-293, 400, 401

Waters, H.J. "The Unharnessed Forces of Conservation"-3544, :3583

WATERSHED-505

WATERSSON, HENRY-97

Watertown (N.Y.) Daily Times-1192, :1191

WATKINS, CLAYTON-3617, 3627

WATSON, DENEEN-563

WATSON, L.H.-3615, 3622

WATTS BRUCE, SUPT. CORNING MUNICIPAL UTILITIES-639

WATTS-3361

Watts, I.R.-:368

WATTS, IKE R., SECRETARY, NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION-81, 373, 750, 751, 3740, 3745, 3746, 3747, 3749, 3750

WATTS, LYLE F., CHIEF, FOREST SERVICE-

Waubonsie Conservation League-3003

Way, Bide C.-2338

WAY, BIDE-289, 290

Waymack, W.W., Editor, Des Moines Register-585

WAYMACK-3013

Waymack., W.W.-:585, 891, 1246

WAYMACK, BILL, EDITOR-97, 99, 133, 235, 244, 267, 333, 334, 350, 407, 546, 547, 586, 587, 2008

WAYSIDE GARDENS, MENTOR, OHIO-247

WBBM (CHICAGO)-235

"WE NEVER MISS THE WATER 'TILL THE WELL RUNS DRY" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-1209, 1237, 2138

Weare, Buel F., Manager, New York Herald Tribune Syndicate-1505, :1504, 1506

WEARIN, OTHA D.-3080, 3092

Wearin, Otha D.-:3093

Weatherby, Mary Margaret-7, :6

Weathers, George-3471, 3473, 3474, 3476, 3481

WEAVER, BILL-64

WEAVER, JIM-3200

Weaver, J.B. (James)-3084, 3087, 3202

WEBB, J.W.-3478

WEBER, AL H.-3380

WEBER, OSCAR-3415

Webster, H.T.-9, 246, :8, 245

WEBSTER, H.T.-361, 362, 1369

Weddle, Dan O.-4114

WEEKS, ALLEN B. (CHAIRMAN, LEE COUNTY REFUGE COMM.)-995, 997, 2885, 2904, 2908, 2909

Weeks, Allen B., President, Lee County Refuge Comm.-2905, :2879, 2909, 2911

WEEMS, RAY O.-3801

WEGENER, Theo. H.-2943

Wellensiek, H.-1641, :1640

WEISS, FLORENCE, JT. AUTHOR "CARTOON CAVALECADE"-521, 522

WEISS, SIDNEY, JT. AUTHOR "CARTOON CAVALECADE"-521, 522

Weissenburger, G.L.-2227, 2328, :2410

WEISSENBURGER, G.L.-2239

Weitz, Mrs. Fred W.-:3051

WEITZ, MRS. FRED W.-3027, 3111

WELCH, CLAYTON-925

WELCH, WIRT C.-3609

WELLFS, SUMNER, ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF STATE-571

WELLS, CARVETH-323, 324

WELLS, HENRY N. JR.-3478

WELLS, MARGUERITE M., PRESIDENT, NAT'L LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS-153

WENOT, GERRY-2709, 2759, 2771

Wells, William L.-3255

Wendt, Lou-:372, 377, 893, 899, 3585, 3587, 3588, 3590, 3592

WENDT, LOU W.-3, 4, 167, 168, 222, 376, 410, 411, 414, 443, 609, 710, 756, 847, 860, 962, 1026, 1248, 1260, 2929, 3566, 3593, 3598, 3599, 3602, 3607, 3610

Wendt, Lou, Business Manager, Nat'l Wildlife Fed.-373, 894, 3584, 3586, 3589, 3591

WENTZ, LOU-3792

WENZEL, HERMAN C.-3431, 3437, 3439

Wenzel, Herman C.-3456, :3457

Werner, Charles G.-2074

West, Levon-:5

West, Milton H., U.S.Representative (Texas)-1600

West Coast Lumbermen's Association-1411

WEST VIRGINIA AFFILIATED SPORTSMEN'S ASSOCIATION-3809

West Virginia Conservation Commission-713, 4045, 4047, 4049, 4052

WEST VIRGINIA WILDLIFE CONFERENCE-4045

WEST VIRGINAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION-4049

WESTERMAN, FRED-3566

WESTERMAN, FRED-3406

"WESTERN CANADA OUTDOORS"-2533

WESTERN GAME AND FISH EXECUTIVES CONVENTION-3218

WESTERN MARYLAND SPORTSMENIS CONVENTION-3708

WESTERN NEBRASKA SPROTSMEN CLUB-3629

"WESTERN RANGE, THE" (SENATE DOCUMENT 199)-2926, 2927, 4117, 4145, 4146

"WESTERN RANGE--A GREAT BUT NEGLECTED RESOURCE" (the)-3566

Western Wildlife League, Bilkings, Montana-:1378

WESTON, BURNS-3740

WETMORE, DR., ORNITHOLOGIST-2465, 2467

WETMORE, MAUDE K.-48

WEYERHAUSER, PHIL, PRESIDENT, WEYERHAUSER TIMBER CO.-1484, 1485

WHALEY-EATON NEWS SERVICE-860, 861, 940, 1025

"WHAT A PLACE FOR A WASTE PAPER SALVAGE CAMPAIGN" BY J. DARLING-397, 1976, 1993, 2015, SEE ALSO, PULITZER PRIZE, 1943

"WHAT IS CONSERVATION?" BY J. DARLING-137, 138, 142-146

Wheatley, C.A.-3950, :3951

WHEATLEY, C.A.-3609, 3949

WHEELER (NOT H.N. WHEELER)-41

WHEELER, BURTON KENDALL , U.S. SENATOR (MONTANA)-421

Wheeler, H.N., Forestry Lecturer, Forest Service-558, 560

Wheeler, H.N.-559, 900

WHEELER, H.N.-141-143

WHEELER, JACK, MANAGER, BELL SYNDICATE-380

WHEELER, MAJ. GENERAL RAYMOND, CHIEF, U.S. ARMY ENGINEERS-1188

WHEELER, WESLEY-64

Whelan, Paul Mack-552, :551

"WHEN THE GOVERNMENT SOCIALIZES MEDICINE" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-1528

"WHERE TO NOW": FILM BY J. DARLING-911

"WHILE WE ARE LOOKING FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO HELP" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-649

WHITAKER, D.R.-4111

White, Charles T., Associate Editor, The Hancock Herald, Hancock, N.Y.-554, 2044, :553, 2043

WHITE, COMPTON IGNATIUS, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE'(IDAHO)-2574

White, Fred-:1036

WHITE, FRED R., CHIEF ENGINEER, IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION-965, 1019

WHITE, GEORGE O.-3521, 3523

White, George O.-3547, :3548

WHITE, GEORGE-3379, 3401, 3406

White, Gordon-3652

WHITE, HUGH L. (GOVERNOR OF MISSISSIPPI)-3468, 3469, 3472-3474, 3478, 3498, 3499, 3500, 3508

White, Hugh L.-3510, :3511

WHITE, JANE-3188

White, Mrs. Kemble (Jane)-:4055, 4057, 4059

WHITE, KEMBLE, MRS.-141, 142, 4058

White, Mrs. Kemble-3569, 4054, 4056, 4058

White, Philip R.-837, :836

White, William Allen-3225, :3219

WHITE, WILLIAM ALLEN-696, 820-822, 1352

White, William Lee-2694

Whitefield, Allen, Pres., U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce-:1591

WHITEFIELD, ALLAN-1885, 1905

WHITEHEAD, ART DEPARTMENT, BELOIT COLLEGE-508

WHITEHURST, JUDGE G.W.-

WHITESIDE COUNTY SPORTSMEN'S CLUB-

WHITNEY, ALBERT-507

Whitten, Jack-:3673

Whitten, Walter S.-:3672

"WHO DO THEY THINK THEY'RE CALLING!" J. DARLING-178, 179

WICHITA MOUNTAINS WILDLIFE REFUGE-1180-1182

WICKARD, CLAUDE RAYMOND, U.S. SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE-119, 743, 1931

WICKLIFF, E.L.-3566

Wiebe, A.H.-1034, :1035

WIESENFELD, HENRY-2829

Wieters, A.H., Secretary, Iowa State Planning Board-2078, :2079

WIGGINTON, JOHN-2835, 2845

WILCOX, CHARLIE-3401

WILCOX, RALPH F.-3562

WILDLIFE BUTTONS-3988, 3989

WILDLIFE CONFERENCE 1939-3397

WILDLIFE CONFERENCE-3240, 3241, 3242

"WILDLIFE CONSERVATION" BY IRA GABRIELSON-142-144, 1, 65, 145, 148, 888, 1402

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION CONFERENCE-3019, 3150

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION WEEK-3002, 3003

WILDLIFE FEDERATION - REGION 13 (Montana,Wyoming,Idaho)-3598

WILDLIFE FORESTRY MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE 1937-3724

WILDLIFE INSTITUTE-SEE AMERICAN WILDLIFE INSTITUTE

WILDLIFE JUBILEE-4021

WILDLIFE LEGISLATION IN NEBRASKA-3632

WILDLIFE LITERATURE-609, 610

"WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT" BY IRA N. GABIELSON-1402

WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT-3415, 3462

Wildlife Management Institute-1175, 1177, 1400, 1402, 1404, :1176, 1401, 1403, 1405, 1408

WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT INSITTUTE-1317

Wildlife Management Institute-See also American Wildlife Institute (former name)

WILDLIFE- MISSOURI VALLEY REGION-14

WILDLIFE NETS (PUB. BY THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY)-252, 253

WILDLIFE POSTER STAMPS 1939-3427

"WILDLIFE RESTORATION"-3545, 3546

WILDLIFE RESTORATION WEEK 1938-4076

"Wildlife restoration - your problem and mine and its solution" by Committee on Conservation of Natural Resources, U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce-1590

WILDLIFE SANCTURIES (SANIBEL & CAPTIVA)-2814, 2818

WILDLIFE WEEK (MARCH 19-25)-373, 2922, 2923 2999, 3002, 3158, 3161, 3187, 3195, 3198, 3232, 3257, 3277, 3278, 3280, 3283, 3284, 3285, 3288, 3289, 3292, 3299, 3310, 3311, 3332, 3333, 3374, 3377, 3379, 3380, 3382, 3424, 3433, 3446, 3447, 3448, 3473, 3474, 3475, 3476, 3518, 3524, 3589, 3594, 3606, 3610, 3623, 3625, 3626, 3633, 3721, 3891, 3915, 3989, 4003, 4004, 4030, 4031, 4032, 4057, 4156, 4160, 4163

WILDLIFE WEEK 1939-3391

WILDLIFE WEEK ACTIVITY COMMITTEE-3171

WILDLIFE WEEK STAMPS-2810, 2811, 3158, 3161, 3164, 3165, 3166, 3167, 3168, 3169, 3171-3174, 3187, 3195, 3198, 3202, 3215, 3247, 3285, 3329, 3330, 3340, 3345, 3346, 3347, 3361, 3377, 3521, 3522, 3549, 3590, 3594, 3606, 3607, 3610, 3630, 3632, 3654, 3720, 3740, 3754, 3779, 3781, 3782,-3851, 3853, 3886, 3887, 3888, 3889, 3982, 4003, 4031, 4030, 4056-4059, 4102, 4103, 4157, 4159-4162

"WILDLIFERS STAMPEDE WASHINGTON"-3574

WILKINS, AUSTIN H.-3278, 3309

WILLAMETTE BASIN PROJECT-3807

WILLARD, E.V.-3562

WILLARD-3464

WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS-2944, 2970, 2976, 2982

Will County Conservation Federation-2946-2948

WILL COUNTY WILDLIFE FEDERATION-2951, 2956

WILLHOITE, D.L.-3632, 3650

Williams, Alfred H.-860, 861

WILLIAMS, ALFRED H., PRESIDENT, FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, PHILADELPHIA-692, 794, 859, 990, 1004

WILLIAMS, C.A., JR., MAHASKA COUNTY REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN-2267

WILLIAMS, GAAR-676

WILLIAMS, HOMER-3473, 3489, 3492, 3508

Williams, H.J., Chairman, Mississippi Wildlife Fed.-3518

WILLIAMS, J.R. "OUT OUR WAY"-3890

WILLIAMS, LOU-713

WILLIAMS, LUTHER-3801, 3803

Williams, Ora, Curator, Iowa State Dept. of Hsitory and Archives-:31, 304, 711, 1151

WILLIAMS, ORA-772, 1152

WILLIAMS, ORA-301, 770, 773, 774

WILLIAMS, ROBERT H.-2750, 2754, 2768, 2791, 2792, 2793

WILLIS, DR.-1013

WILLKIE, WENDELL-41, 73-75, 267, 346, 363, 409, 450, 544, 545, 552, 562, 629, 759, 797, 875, 876, 878, 891, 1732, 2277, 2438

WILSON ART T.-3379, 3401

WILSON, BOB-3897

WILSON-3373

WILSON, GEORGE (GOVERNOR OF IOWA)-3158, 3162, 3177

Wilson, George Allison, U.S. Senator; Governor of IA-:438, 892, 1247, 1459

WILSON, GEORGE-853, 877, 1251, 1484, 2230, 2276, 2353, 2438

Wilson, George Allison-439, 1458

WILSON, GILL ROY, CAPT.-323, 324

Wilson, J.B.-4117

Wilson, J.B., Secretary, Wyoming Wool Growers Assoc.-10

Wilson, James A.-3256

WILSON, J.B.-11

WILSON, MRS. HARRY-3009

WILSON, PLATT-4109

Wilson, Richard-251, :250

WILSON, WOODROW, U.S. PRESIDENT-424, 2400

WILSON DAM-1045

WINCHELL, WALTER-299, 324

Winecoff, Dr. Thomas E.-1643

Winecoff, Dr. Thomas E.-1642

WING, LEONARD-3562

Winnebago Park and Wildlife Preserve Commission-2975

Winters, S.R.-2821

WIRTH, Conrad-3028, 3046, 3047, 3048

Wirth, Conrad L., Chief of Lands, National Park Service-556, :555, 3049

WISCONSIN CONSERVATION COMMISSION-4065

Wisconsin Conservation Department-4071

WISCONSIN GAME RESEARCH NEWS LETTER-4063

WISCONSIN SCHOOL CHILDREN'S FOREST-4081

WISCONSIN SPORTSMAN, THE-4062, 4069, 4070

Wisconsin State Conservation Commission Chairman-:4065

WISCONSIN 3RD ANNUAL FISH AND GAME CONFERENCE-4064

Wisconsin, University of, Dept. of Wildlife Management-1664, 1683, 1692, 1707, 1723, 1733

----. University of, Symposium on Hydrobiology-1737

WISCONSIN, UNIVERSITY OF, DEPT. OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT, STUDENT ENROLLMENT-1723

Wisconsin Wildlife Association-4089, 4092

WISCONSIN WILDLIFE FEDERATION (1st STATE CONFERENCE)-3566, 3081 , 3095, 4061,
4096, 4097

Wisconsin Wildlife Federation-4083, 4085, 4093, 4095, 4097, 4102

Wistful Wildfowlers (Forest Hills, New York?)-1995

WOLF, FRED B.-273, 274

WOLFE, C . DALE-3801

WONNEMAN, L.C. (LOYAL)-3523, 3525

WOOD-2955, 2957

WOOD, GEORGE W.-3272, 3609

WOOD, JOE D.-2943

WOOD, WALKER (SECRETARY OF STATE, MISSISSIPPI)-3498

WOODCOCK, ALFRED-2706, 2723, 2724, 2732

WOODCOCK-2083, 2084, 2095

Woodcock, William P.-2081, 2082, 3206, :3207

WOODDELL, LAWERENCE (COMMISSIONER)-3740, 3745, 3749, 3750, 3767, 3769, 3771, 3775

Wooddell, Larry-:3773

Wooddell, Lawrence-3772

Woodmont Rod & Gun Club-3260

WOODRUFF, CAROLINE S.-4000

WOODRUFF, JOHN T.-1045, 1046

Woods, John B., Secretary, Joint Committee of the National Forest Conservation Conference-1660,
:1659

WOODS, L.A.-3989

WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION-2706, 2723, 2724, 2732, 2736, 2746, 2747, 2766, 2779

Woolschlager, T.P.-3733

WOOLSTON, WILLIAM-3834

WORLD FEDERATION PLAN-333, 334

WORLD FOOD ADMINISTRATION-156, 157, 664-668

The World Herald (Omaha)-200

WORLD WAR I CARTOONISTS-1548-1550

WORLD WAR II-40-42, 151, 156, 157, 189, 221, 245, 246, 256, 257, 259, 261, 264, 268, 305, 308, 309, 346-348, 351, 352, 561, 654, 655, 678, 679, 761, 791, 801, 1959, 2283, 2438

----. BAND DRIVE-330, 331, 672-675

----. CARTOONS-47, 53, 54, 319, 320, 325, 354, 380, 381, 571, 572, 1956, 2265, 2266

----. DEFENSE PROGRAM-2195-2200, 2201-2206, 2207-2213

----. ENGLAND-53, 54, 98, 398, 473

----. GERMANY-473, 474, 503, 561, 797, 801, 1014

----. ITALY-444, 475, 484, 485, 489, 503, 801

----. JAPAN-503, 571, 801, 955

----. NATURAL RESOURCES, CONSERVATION-503-506, 962, 963, 1032, 1335, 1399

----. POST-WAR CONSERVATION PROJECTS-431-435, 447, 465, 505, 561, 583, 584, 680, 682, 699, 737, 739, 740, 749, 804, 807, 820, 827, 846, 849, 850, 853, 856, 882, 905, 989

----. POST-WAR NEGOTIATIONS-468, 1011-1013, 1015

----. PRISONERS-833, 1014 RUSSIA-468, 1011, 1012

----. WAR REHABILIATAION-421, 422 SEE ALSO, WAR DEPT., WAR INFORMATION OFFICE, WAR LABOR BOARD, WAR PRODUCTION BOARD, WRITERS' WAR BOARD

"THE WORLDS HIGHEST PRICE FOR GASOLINE" J. DARLING-317, 318

W.P.A.-85, 86, 336, 337, 1010, 2670, 2694, 2967, 2971, 3161, 3204, 3610, 3807

WPB-SEE WAR PRODUCTION BOARD

WRIGHT, COLONEL EDGAR-3468, 3469, 3471, 3472, 3473, 3474, 3476, 3479, 3481

WRIGHT, GEORGE-3599

Wright, George S.-2237, 2427

Writers' War Board-527, 529, :528

WRITERS' WAR BOARD, PLEDGE FOR PEACE-527-529

WYNNE, G.-3080

WYOMING (MAP OF)-4110

Wyoming Department of Commerce and Industry-4119

Wyoming Federation of Women's Clubs-2550

Wyoming Game and Fish Commission-4118

WYOMING GAME AND FISH COMMISSION-4171, 4172

WYOMING GAME COMMISSION-2618

WYOMING, JACKSON HOLE MONUMENT-442, 443, 497, 555-557, 569, 872, 993, 994, 1062-1064, 12215 1374

WYOMING STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION-4111, 4131

WYOMING, UNIVERSITY OF-4164

WYOMING WILDLIFE-4107, 4108

Wyoming Wildlife Conservation Council-4112, 4115

Wyoming Wildlife Federation-4151, 4153, 4156, 4158, 4159, 4160, 4161, 4162, 4164, 4167, 4170, 4172

WYOMING WILDLIFE FEDERATION-2618, 2619, 2928, 3610, 4104, 4107, 4118

WYOMING WILDLIFE FEDERATION

----. CONSTITUTION-4105, 4143, 4144

----. CONVENTION (JUNE 11)-4106, 4109, 4128, 4139, 4140, 4141

Wyoming Wool Growers Association-4117

Y
YALE UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF FORESTRY-893

YARD, BOB-3609

Yates, George-:248

YEAGER, J.F.-3380

YELLOWSTONE LAKE (IRRIGATION RESERVOIR)-4134, 4135, 4136, 4163, 4167, 4169, 4170

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK-557, 1179, 2573, 2574, 2608

YORK COUNTY, PA.-3830

YORK, WILLIS B., CHAIRMAN, IOWA REPUBLICANS-114-1125, 1223, 1307, 1379, 1767

YOSEMITE PARK-65, 66

Young, Lafe III-250, :249

YOUNG, LILLIAN-245, 246

YOUNG, OWEN D.-1352

YUTZY, THOMAS D.-3402


Z
Ziemer, G.L. Ass't. Director, Iowa State Conservation Commission-1031, 1750, :1031, 1330

ZIEMER, G. "LEN" ASS'T DIRECTOR, IOWA STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION-917, 1112, 1307

ZIEMER, G.L. "CONSERVATION FACTORS IN FLOOD CONTROL PLANNING-1030

ZIMMERMAN, E. W.-3522

Zimmerman, J.A.-3250

ZINSER, JUAN-3609, 3969

ZORNES, CHARLES (IDAHO DEPUTY STATE FORESTER)-2943

Zurawski, Arnold-3038, :3037