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PAPERS OF J. N. ("DING") DARLING

SUBJECT INDEX TO OLDER PART OF COLLECTION

A -- F

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 BOXES 1 - 8
Aaberg-Furs 

Item numbers begin immediately with letters from the person named
: before item numbers denotes letters to the right are letters to the person named
ALL CAPITAL LETTERS denotes a subject heading

Name-Item Number

A
Aaberg, Herman-655, :654

A.A. GREEN BLACK BASS TROPHY-3471, 3472

ABBOTT, JACOB BATES-3610

ABERG, WM. J.P.-2957, 4081

ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES-339, 818, 819

Ackermann, W.E.-:2969, :2968

ACKERMAN, BILL-2869, 2871

ADAIR COUNTY (IOWA)-3166

ADAMS COUNTY (IOWA)-3166

ADAMS, BILL-3715

ADAMS, FLORENCE B.-3523

Adams, George Matthew-133, 670, 746, :132, 669, 671, 745

Adams, Henry S.-2254, 2287, 2340, 2366, 2396

Adams, Henry L.-:1086, 1379, 1380, 1382, 1383, 2252, 2289, 2305, 2351, 2384

ADAMS, HENRY-1415, 2610

Adams, John, General Sec., Des Moines Chamber of Commerce-748, :747

Adams, Robert B.-2229, 2310, 2320, 2421, :2319, 2430

ADAMS, SAMUEL HOPKINS-97

ADAMS, WAYMAN-31-33

Adams, William C.-3731, 3732

ADAMS, W.C.-3609, 3722

"ADD CRIME WAVE" CARTOON BY J.N. DARLING-113-1124, 1134-1135, 1204-1205, 1222-1223, 1226-1227

"ADD CRIME WAVE" 46 IOWA NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS-1785-1830

ADIRONDACKS (NEW YORK)-1131, 1192

AESTHETICS-651

AGRICULTURE, OVERPRODUCTION-505

AGRICULTURE, RESETTLEMENT AND SUBSISTANCE FARMING-78, 421

Agriculture, U.S. Department of-665, 667, 2009, 2464, 3971, 4011, :664, 666

AGRICULTURE, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF-823-824, 850, 867, 869, 1010, 1256, 1324, 1459, 1507, 2586-2589

Agriculture, Dept. of, State of Florida-2885, 2908

AIKEN, BOB, PRESIDENT, FLORIDA WILDLIFE FEDERATION-812-813

AIKEN, H.R.-2834, 2835, 2845, 2850, 2851, 2856, 2858, 2865, 2878

Aiken, H.R.-2832, 2836, 2839, 2840, 2843, 2847, 2849, 2855, 2860, 2861, 2862, 2863, 2866, 2870,
2871, :2831, 2833, 2837, 2838, 2841, 2842, 2844, 2848, 2853, 2854, 2857, 2859, 2864, 2867,
2868, 2869, 2872, 2874, 2875

Ainsworth, David-1381

AINSWORTH., DAVID, IOWA REPRESENTATIVE (SPIRIT LAKE)-1329, 1380, 1383, 1342

Aitken, Walter W., Biologist, Iowa Conservation Commission-2121, :2120

AITKEN, WALTER W. "THE STORY OF IOWA'S FISH"-3183

AITKEN, WALTER W.-589, 2123, 2124, 2998, 3026, 3146

Alabama Conservation Department-2479, 2490

Alabama Game and Fish news-2480

County Conservation Council "Needs, Objectives Organization, and Activities"-2481

Alabama Wildlife Federation-2483-2486

Board of Directors, By-laws, 1937-2489

Board of Directors meeting, Minutes, 1937-2487

Bulletin, 1937-2482

Finance Committee Report, 1937-2488

ALABAMA WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3610

MEETING, 1936-2479

ALASKA-412, 511, 557, 749, 1169, 1193, 1214, 1216

ALBANY, NEW YORK-878-879

ALBERT, WILLIAM E., FORMER HEAD, IOWA CONSERVATION COMMISSION-1382, 1383, 1573, 1574

ALBION COLLEGE, ALBIAN, MICHIGAN-588

ALBRECHT, W.A., HEAD, DEPT. OF SAILS, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-890

Albright, Horace M., PRESIDENT, American Planning and Civic Association-:744

ALBRIGHT, HORACE-993-994, 1062, 1063

ALCORN, LEE-3634, 3635

ALDRICH, A.D.-3803

ALDEN, HARLEY-3312, 3317

ALDER, F.W.-3609

ALDOUS, C.M.-3278, 3309

ALLBRIGHT-3497

Allcock Manufacturing Company-1385, 1387, 1386

Alldredge, Charles-2762

ALLEGHENY COUNTY LEAGUE OF SPORTSMEN'S CLUBS-3811, 3836-3838, 3842

Allegheny Tableland Association-3273

Allen, A.F.-:1075

Allen, Mrs. Edgar van Nuys (Peg)-135, :134

Allen, Henry F., Governor of Kansas, U.S. Senator-653, 3220, 3224

Allen, Henry J.-:652, 3219, 3221

ALLEN, HENRY J., FORMER GOVERNOR OF KANSAS, U.S. SENATOR-822

Allen, John Edward, Chief Archivist, Wistful Wildfowlers-1995, :1994

Allen, Martha-649

ALLEN,MARY J.-214

Allen, Thomas M.-3604, :3604

Allen, Van-135, :134

ALLEN GREEN GAME REFUGE-3037, 3038

ALLISON (MAYOR)-1409

ALLISON, JAMES-1065

ALLRED, JAMES V., GOVERNOR, TEXAS, 1936-3946, 3952, 3985

Allred, James V.-3947

Alton Democrat-1376, :1377

Amborse, Thomas, Director, Izaak Walton League of America-:2959

AMENDMENT No. 4-3556, 3582

American Artists Professional League-297

American Association for the Advancement of Science-2780

AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION-3609

AMERICAN COUNTRY LIFE ASSOCIATION-3273

American Defense Society, Inc.-441

AMERICAN FARM BUREAU FEDERATION-128

AMERICAN FISHERIES SOCIETY-125, 126, 1199, 3566, 3682

American Fisheries Society-3989

American Forestry Assoc.-1003, 1044, 1100, 1127, 1497, :1004, 1005, 1098, 1126,1496

AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION-78, 523, 693, 933, 986, 1003, 1052, 1068, 1098, 1100, 1126-1129, 1191, 1237, 1496, 1497, 3361,

AMERICAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION (CONT.)-3818, 3858

AMERICAN FORESTS (PERIODICAL)-625

AMERICAN GAME ASSOCIATION-3399, 3609

American Game Association-813

AMERICAN GAME INSTITUTE-2933, 2936

AMERICAN GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOC.-693, 858, 1580, 2593

AMERICAN LEGION-441

AMERICAN LEGION MAGAZINE-3209, 3210

American Merchant Marine Institute, Inc.-462

AMERICAN MERCHANT MARINE INSTITUTE-459, 461, 462

AMERICAN NATURE ASSOCIATION-751, 3830

AMERICAN NATURE MAGAZINE-609

AMERICAN NATURE SOCIETY-609

THE AMERICAN NIGHTMARE" BY WILLIAM VOGT"-960

AMERICAN PHOLOSOPHICAL SOCIETY-650, 651

American Planning & Civic Assoc.-:744, 1188-1190

AMERICAN PROTECTIVE ASSOC.-1491

AMERICAN RACING PIGEON UNION-566-568

AMERICAN SCHOOL FOR WILDLIFE PROTECTION-3096

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MAMMALOGISTS-3609

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PARASITOLOGISTS-339

American Viewpoint-552, :551

AMERICAN WATERFOWL INSTITUTE (PROPOSED)-1082, 1083

AMERICAN WILDLIFE FEDERATION-433

AMERICAN WILDFOWL-693

AMERICAN WILDLIFE ASSOCIATION-3564

AMERICAN WILDLIFE INSTITUTE-2, 4, 113, 168, 609, 693, 704, 710, 714, 743, 750, 751, 1072,
1170, 1171, 1173-1178, 1219-1121, 1370, 1834, 1842, 1848, 1862, 2469, 2660, 2957, 2980, 2981, 3198,3233, 3243, 3235, 3241, 3265, 3361, 3368, 3435, 3463, 3468, 3530, 3566, 3609, 3610, 3692, 3703, 3801, 3940, 3962, 3967, 4108, 41255 4163

American Wildlife Institute-1033, 1172, 1173, 1178,1576, 1585, 1586, 1587, 1589, 1591, 1592, 1596, 4123, :1032, 1170, 1171, 1174, 1179, 1575, 1577-1580, 1584, 1588, 1543, 1594,1597, 2695, 3353

AMERICAN WILDLIFE INSTITUTE CONFERENCE POSTERS-1577

COOPERATIVE RESEARCH AND DEMONSTRATION UNITS-36, 997, 998, 1000, 1001, 1371, 1400, 1404, 1405, 1420, 1421, 1491, 1492, 1587

FOUNDER'S CERTIFICATE-1575, 1576

Purposes-1596

TRUSTEES-1594, 1595, 1596

American Wildlife Institute-See also, Wildlife Management Institure

Ames (Iowa) Junior Chamber of Commerce-1858

AMUNDSON, GENO A.-3635, 3638, 3640

Amundson, Geno A.-3661, :3662

ANDERSON, BENJAMIN M, DR.-539

ANDERSON, CHARLES H.-3615, 3618, 3632, 3650

ANDERSON, R.M., DR. ("CAP")-854, 855

ANDERSON, W.W.-2706, 2721, 2723, 2724, 2730, 2732, 2737

ANDRESEN, AUGUST HERMAN, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE (MINN.)-2582

ANDREWS, RAY CHAPMAN-893

Andrus, Lew-1077, :1076

"Anesthelizing the NATIONAL EMERGENCY," CARTOON BY DARLING, JAY N.-41

Angelo, Vincent-3509

"ANIMAL OUTLAWS" BY GID GRAHAM-1184, 1185

ANTELOPE, SEE ALSO SHELDON ANTELOPE REFUGE-10, 11, 172

Anthony, Theodore Van Wyck-651, 659, 2048, :650, 658, 2047

Anti-Defamation League-1506

ANTI-INFLATION LAW-221

ANTI-POLLUTION BILL-3198, 3201, 3205

ANTI-STEEL TRAP BILL-3232, 3233, 3235

APPALACHIAN WILDLIFE CONSERVATION CONFERENCE-3911, 3912, 3915., 3916

Appleby, Paul H., U.S. Under Secretary of Agriculture-665, 667, 668, :664, 666

APPLEBY, PAUL-421, 432, 3093

APPLEBY, PAUL H., AMERICAN MUMBER, INTERIM Commission ON FOOD AND
AGRICULTURE, "THE HOT SPRINGS CONFERENCE AND ITS SEQUEL"-666-668

"ARE YOU SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT ADDRESS" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-422, 423, 424

ARGENTINA-959, 1281

ARIZONA, BIGHORN SHEEP REFUGE-2494-2497, 2501

Arizona Cattle Growers' assoc.-2496, 2497

ARIZONA GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOC.-2495, 2501, 2503, 2509

ARIZONA WILDLIFE FEDERATION

WILDLIFE RESTORATION WEEK, 1938-2499

WILDLIFE RESTORATION WEEK, 1939-2508

MEETING, JANUARY 1939-2502, 2503, 2504

MEETING, JANUARY 1940-2510, 2511

STAMP SALE, 1938-2498, 2499, 2502

STAMP SALE, 1939-2500, 2502, 2503, 2507, STAMP SALE, 1939-2508 STAMP
SALE, 1940-2510, 2511

Arizona Wildlife Federation Bulletin numbers 1-11, 15-17-2498-2511

ARKANSAS 1943-432, 641, 643

Arkansas Democrat, Little Rock-2515

ARKANSAS FOX HUNTERS' ASSOC.-2514, 2515

ARKANSAS RIVER-1184

ARKANSAS WILDLIFE FEDERATION-2514-2518, 2520, 2530

ARMS AND AMMUNITION MANUFACTURERS' INSTITUTE-2471

ARMSTRONG, G.C.-2965

ARSENIC-2454, 2456

Art Instruction, Inc. Minneapolis-1363, :1362

ART INSTRUCTION, INC.-1517, 1518

ART SCHOOLS-382, 385, 391, 1517

ART STUDENTS LEAGUE (NEW YORK)-382

ARTIFICIAL LAKE FISH STOCKING-481

ARTISTS EMPLOYMENT-378, 385

"AS LAND GOES, SO GOES MAN" CARTOON BY JAY N. DARLING-986-988

ASH, W.G.-2943

Ashbrook, Frank G., In Charge,Fur Resources, Division of Wildlife Research, Fish & Wildlife Service
(USOI)-657, 661, 663, 742, 743, :656, 660, 662, 741, 1020

ASHBROOK, FRANK G. COOKBOOK ON GAME MEATS-660, 661, 663, 741-743

"HOW TO RAISE RABBITS FOR FOOD AND FUR"-656-657, 660

ASHE, PRESIDENT, MIAMI UNIVERSITY-1105

Ashe, B.F.-2751

Ashley, W. G. President, Western Wildlife League, Billings, Montana-1378

Ashlock, E., Mrs.-386, :385

Asia (Editor, Richard J. Walsh)-550

Associated Press-2514, 2518

ASSOCIATED PRESS-820, 1072, 1279, 1476

ASSOCIATION OF STATE GOVERNORS-434

"AT LAST" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-428-230

"AT THE END OF THE CAR LINE" BY BEN HUR LAMPMEN-671

ATKINSON, RICHARD M. (REPRESENTATIVE, TENN.)-3894

ATLANTIC (PERIODICAL)-1155

ATLANTIC CHARTER-959

ATLANTIC MONTHLY-557, 624

ATOMIC ENERGY-1065, 1066, 1391

Atwell, John R.-1604, :1603

Auchincloss, James C., U.S. Representative (N. JER.)-396, 420, 422, 424-426, :395, 421, 423

AUDRAIN COUNTY, MISSOURI-3526

AUDUBON COUNTY, IOWA-3166

Audubon Society-2513, :1093

AUDUBON SOCIETY (NAT'L ASSOC. OF AUDUBON SOCIETIES)-29, 609, 693, 734, 737, 751,
844, 858, 947, 1096, 1160, 1288, 1580

AUGUSTINE, A.E.-3123

AUSLEY, CHARLES-2885

AUST, FRANZ A.-4092

Automobile Club of Maryland-3254, 3268

Avery, Mrs. A.H.-:3000

Avery, Mrs. Clarence, Chairman, Conservation Committee, National Council of State Garden Clubs,
Inc.-137, 138, 140, 142, 144, 146, 148 , :136, 139, 141, 143, 145, 147

AVERY, MRS. CLARENCE-186, 187

Ayers. Charles C., Jr. (AYRES?)-:1766

AYERS, CHARLES C., JR.-1767, 1768-1774, 1778, 1779, 1783, 1784

AYLWARD, DAVID A.-21, 113, 141, 215, 216, 371, 373, 376, 414, 467, 710, 847, 899, 976, 979,
1138, 1248, 1257, 1261, 2676, 3277, 3293, 3298, 3346, 3357, 3364, 3479, 3482, 3609, 3610,
3845,3854, 4036

AYLWARD, DAVID A., "WILDLIFE RESTORATION BECOMES NEW INDUSTRY"-3479, 4034

Aylward, David A., President, National Wildlife Federation-3, 4, 751, 755, 1022, 1024, 1026, 1028,
1082, 1085, 3310, 3311, 3320, 3321, 3323, 3326, 3328, 3329, 3331, 3332, 3333, 3334, 3335, 3337, 3342, 3344, :1311, 1384, 1025, 1027, 1029, 1078-1081, 1083, 1084, 1, 2, 368, 749, 750, 753, 754, 1021, 1023, 3322, 3324, 3325, 3327, 3330, 3336, 3338, 3339, 3340, 3341, 3343, 3361, 3363

AYRES, QUINCY C.-3125, 3133

Ayres, Quincy C.-3140

B
BABCOCK-3610

BACK FESTIVAL (BETHLEHEM, PENN.)-174, 175

BACTERIA-961

Badgerow, Fgbert, President, Okoboji Protective Association-:2155

Baer, Kenard-1561, :1560

BAGGENSTOSS, H.E. (HERMAN)-3566, 3610, 3890, 3894, 3906

BAGLEY, LESTER, MONTANA GAME WARDEN-443

Bailey, E.R.-2798

BAILEY, FRANK-2916

Bailey, George D.-1154, :1156

BAILEY, GEORGE-1153, 1155, 1157, 1159

BAILEY, JOHN T.-3810

BAILEY, JOSIAH WILLIAM, U.S. SENATOR-(N. CAROLINA)-462

Bain, Clyde S.-131, :130

BAINTER, FAY-227, 228

BAKER, EDNA JANDT-2796

Baker, John C.-:3695

Baker, J. Ed-2867

BAKER, JOHM H., DIRECTOR, NATIONAL AAUBUDON SOCIETY-609, 751, 947, 2835, 3609,
3714, 3717, 3858, 3925

Baker, John-:1093

Baldridge, Major Alfred E.-1014, 1118, :1013, 1015, 1117

BALDWIN, ROGER-844-846, 1288, 1289, 1319

BALDWIN, W.C.-2770

Baldwin, W.C.-2741

Ballam, Cy J.-4089, 4092, 4093, 4095, 4097, 4099, 4100, 4102, :4090, 4091, 4094, 4096, 4098,
4101, 4103

BALLAM, CY J. (CYRIL)-2961, 3373, 3384, 3414, 3610, 4078, 4080, 4081, 4088

Bankers Trust Co. Bank, Des Moines-2373

"THE BANKRUPTCY OF LIBERALISM" BY JOHN RUSTGARD-890

BANKS, COL. REUBEN R.-3468, 3469, 3471, 3472, 3473, 3474, 3476, 3481

Bannister, Dwight M., Publisher, Decorah Journal-:1115

Banta, Homer D.-2426, 2448, 2452, :2253, 2258, 2259, 2451

BANTA, HOMER-2280, 2284, 2446, 2447

BARCKLOW, J.C.-3810

BARKER, Elliott S.-3609, 3652, 3470, 3685

Barker, Elliott S., Colorado Game Warden-2640, :2641

BARKLEY, SENATOR-3201

BARKLEY, ALBEN WILLIAM, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE, SENATOR, & VICE-PRESIDENT-697, 698

BARKLEY BILL, S-685-3363

BARNES, GEORGE-3745

Barnes, Julius H.-364, 2011, :363, 1352, 2010

BARNES, THOMAS A.-3353, 3356, 3357

BARNES, V.I.-2978

BARNETT-3136

BARR, MRS. RICHARD J.-2945

BARRETT, J. LEE-3380

Barrett, S.A.-4073, :4074

BARRETT, S.-4066

BARROWS, LEWIS O. (GOVERNOR, MAINE)-3278, 3309

BARRY, DON-916

BARRY, JUSTIN-563

Bartholomew, C.L., Dean, Illustrating & Cartooning Dept., Art Instruction Inc., Minneapolis-1363, :1362

Bartholomew, Harland-:756

BARTHOLOMEW, HARLAND-43

Baruch, Bernard M.-128, 1017, 1557, 1563, 1567, 1569, :127, 1010, 1016, 1556, 1562, 1564, 1565,
1566, 1568, 1570

BARUCH, BERNARD M.-156, 184, 298, 348, 922, 1009, 1032, 1056, l094, 1156, 1277, 1388, 1395, 1399, 1469, 1470, 1482, 1489, 1493, 1507

Bassett, Norman E.-3736

Bates, Albert W., Director of Public Relations, Castle & Cooke, Ltd.-:1358

BATES, GEORGE JOSEPH, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE-(MASSACHUSETTS)-1400

BATESKI, FATHER F.E.-3379, 3401, 3402, 3406

Bathhurst, Effie-:801

BATTLE LAKE, MINNESOTA-123, 124

Baughman, Mrs. Bernice E.-641, 643, :642

BAUGHMAN, BERNICE E., MRS.-432

Baughman, Dr. D.E.-2234, 2256, 2337, 2358, 2359, 2392, 2423

Baughman, D. E.-:2255

BAUMANN, GUS-669, 670

BAUMGARTNER, A.C.-3599

Baxter, William-:3697

Bayless, Elgin F.-2885

BAYLESS, ELGIN-2873, 2879, 2884

BBI (BENTON COUNTY BUREAU OF INFORMATION) MISSOURI-3523

BEACH, REX-294, 295

BEALS, MRS.-2914

Beals, Dr. Lynn S.-1952, 1953, :1951, 2901

Bear, T.E.-1639, :1638

Beard, Daniel B.-1103, 1106, :1095, 1096, 1102, 1105

BEARD, DAN-1196, 1216, 1217, 1252, 1288

Beard, H.C.-1781, 3079, 3099, 3100, 3101, 3102, 3105

BEARD, H.C.-3076, 3104, 3182

Beard, H.C.-:1780, 3078, 3098, 3101

Beardsley, Harry M.-2400

BEARDSLEY, HARRY M.-2390-2393, 2395-2397, 2404, 2405

Beardsley, William Shane, Governor of Iowa-1546, :1547, 1555

BEARDSLEY, WILLIAM SHANE, GOVERNOR OF IOWA-1431, 1371, 1554

BEARDSTOWN (ILLINOIS)-479, 480

BEARS-512

Beauchemin, E.J.,Secretary, Connecticut Wildlife Federation-2687

BEAVER-412, 625, 1104, 1344, 1345, 2617

BEAVERBROOK, BRIT CABINET MEMBER-98

BECK, MRS. DOROTHY M.-3713

Beck, John W.-1372, :1371

BECK, MRS. THOMAS E.-3694

BECK, TOM (COLLIERS)-1256, 1585, 1586

Beck, Thomas H., President, American Wildlife Institute-1595, :1594

BECK, T.H.(THOMAS)-2957, 3609

BECKER, BOB-2957, 2978, 284, 704, 705, 707

Beckman, F.W.-352, 1123, 1551, :351, 1122, 1125, 1375, 1552

BEDELL, DWIGHT-3618

Beebe, Dr. William-:644

BEEBE, WILL-465, 3910

BEER, PAUL-3075

Beer, Paul, President, Flynn Dairy Co.-646, 647, 648, :645

"BEHOLD OUR LAND" BY RUSSELL LORD-888

BELCHER, BOYD G.-3401, 3406

BELDEN, CHARLES J.-4112

Belding, Paul H., Dr., Editor, Dental Items of Interest Publishing Co.-360, 367, :359, 636

BELL, FRANK-3985

BELL, FRED-332

BELL, JAMES C.-2951, 2954, 2955, 2976

BELL, J. HASLETT-43, 44

Bell, Dr. W.B.-2162, :2454, 2473

BELL, DR. W.B.-2453, 2471, 4000

BELL NEWSPAPER SYNDICATE,SEE NEWSPAPERS-BELLE PLAINE FISH & GAME CLUB-
3152

BELMONT, MRS.-632

Beloit College, Beloit, Wisc.-508

BELOIT COLLEGE, WISC.-507, 508, 542, 543, 597, 1495, 1410, 1911

Bemis, John, President, Des Moines, Dinner Club-324, :323

Bemis, Ream & Knobbe (CPA's)-324

BENDER, CLARENCE, MAYOR, CORNING, IOWA-639

BENEDICT, DR.-406, 407

"BENEFITS FORGOT" BY HERRIOTT, FRANK I.-55-58

BENNER, T.E.-852

BENNETT, BILL-1606

Bennett, Bill-:1605

Bennett, Dr. Hugh H., Chief, Soil Conservation Service, USDA-736, 1053, 1361, 1696, 1717, 1734,
:1002, 1361, 1667, 1682, 1724

BENNETT, DR. HUGH H., CHIEF, SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE, USDA-78, 84, 141., 341, 432,
451, 4523 695, 827, 858, 869, 870, 895, 1054, 1095, 1147, 1200, 1279, 1318, 1339, 1668, 1703,
1705, 1714, 1733, 4000

Bennett, Logan-:2971

BENNETT, LOGAN-2964, 2966, 2967, 3061

Bennett, May D.-2069

BENNITT, RUDOLF-3521, 3522, 3525, 3526, 3528

BENSON, RAY-3285, 3286

BENTON COUNTY WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3132, 3148, 3150, 3152

Benton, Mary Emma-2920, :2919

BENTS, W.A.-3161

Bergan, G.F., Bishop of Des Moines-2051

BERGE, SYLVESTER-3193

Bergschicker, W.E., President, Salinas (Calif.) Wild Life Conservation Club-2564

Berry, Don, Publisher, Record & Tribune Co., Indianola, Iowa-1120, 1554, :1119, 1553

BERRY, DON-563, 3223

BERRY, GEORGE L., SENATOR, TENNESSEE-3894

Bester, Arthur E., President, Chantauqua Institution-1678, 1679, 1680, 1685, 1687, 1690, 1700,
1704, 1718, 1721, 1732, :1677, 1688, 1689, 1709

BESTER, DR. ARTHUR E., PRESIDENT CHAUTAUQUA INSTITUTION-1665, 1672, 1675, 1684,
1686, 1714, 1716, 1728

Beta Theta Pi-52, 68, 2039, :51, 1495

BETA THETA PI-51, 52, 60, 1495, 1910, 1911

Better Homes and Gardens-3814, 3816

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS-3718

BETTMAN, ALFRED-44

BETTS, LOUIS-31, 32

Betzer, Ward C.-3642, :3643

BETZER, WARD C.-3632, 3648

BEVAN, BRIT CABINET MEMBER-98

BICKHAM, MARTIN H.-2973

Bi-County Rod and Gun Club-:3436

BIDDLE, NICK-3814

Bienfang, Ralph, Professor, U. of Oklahoma-358, :357

Biermann, Fred-3077, 3091, :3076

BIERMANN, FRED-3078, 3080, 3082, 3087, 3092

Biermann, Frederick Elliott, U.S. Representative-:1656

BIG TIMBER ROD AND GUN CLUB-3599

BIHLER, ERNEST-3620, 3632

BILBO, THEODORE GILMORE U.S.SENATOR (MISSISSIPPI)-1188

BILLS IN FLORIDA LEGISLATURE-2812

BILL 2670 (S)-3068, 3070, 3071, 3076, 3077, 3081, 3082, 3083, 3093, 3097, 3101, 3102, 3104,
3371, 3409, 3416, 3417, 3449, 3450, 3603, 3685, 3766, 3894, 394, 4047, 4048, 4049

BILL 2970 (SENATE)-3050, 4056

BILL 7681 (HR)-3069, 3070, 3072, 3073, 3081, 3082, 3083, 3090, 3091, 3093, 3095, 3097, 3100,
3104, 3218, 3221, 3222, 3226, 3227, 3371, 3409, 3416, 3417, 3603, 3766, 3787, 3788, 3894

BILL 7802 (HR)-3066, 3067

BINDER, CARROLL-514

Binder, Mrs. Carroll-2055

Binder, Fred, Chairman, Board of Trustees, Corning Municipal Utilities-640

Binder, Fred, Dr.-:638

BINDERUP, V.W.-3654

Bio-Agronic Associates-832, 835

BIOLOGICAL SURVEY, BUREAU OF-29, 49, 67, 78, 81, 145, 178, 208, 260, 268, 277, 316, 421, 428, 471, 517, 620, 693, 694, 900, 1038, 12567-1259, 1355, 1585, 1603, 1604, 1833, 2101, 2106, 2122, 2129,2495, 2582, 2583, 2979, 3012, 3018, 3045, 3191, 3195, 3198, 3204, 3223, 3235, 3266, 3285, 3337, 3361

BIOLOGICAL SURVEY, U.S. BUREAU OF-3443, 3449, 3467, 3470, 3473, 3476, 3477, 3479, 3530,
3562, 3566, 3606, 3610, 3618, 3635, 3640, 3653, 3659, 3741, 4010, 4048, 4082

Biological Survey, Bureau of-2080, 2642, 3606, 3661, :2626, 2643

BIOLOGICAL SURVEY, BUREAU OF-SEE ALSO FISH & WILDLIFE SURVEY (LATER NAME)

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

BIOTA-961

BIRDS-697, 698, 996, 2501, 2516, 2512, 2513, 2524, 3930

BIRDLAND PARK-176, 177

"BIRD LIFE OF LOUISIANA"-3243

Bird Lovers' Club of Brooklyn-3716

BIRD LOVERS' CLUB OF BROOKLYN-3716

"BIRDS OF IOWA" BY PHILIP DUMONT-564

BIRD REFUGES-3674, 3961

Biscayne Hatcheries-2855, 2860, 2870, 2871

Bisch, Louis E.-2774

BISHOP, BERYL-3406

BISHOP, GEORGE-3380

BISHOP, RICHARD (ILLUS.)-842

Bittner, William C.-:1353

Black, Lloyd H., Decatur County Recorder-1770, :1769

Black, Mrs. Minnie A.-3658, :3659

BLAINE, W.H.-3685

BLAIR, FRANK-3437

BLAIR, GEORGE D.-3401, 3406

BLAKEMAN, C.F.-3769, 3775

BLAKEY, HAROLD L.-2782, 2783

BLAND, SCHUYLER OTIS, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE (VIR.)-462

BLANDING, DON-323, 324

BLANK, ABE-112

BLISS, FRED-3208

"THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES"-"HAPPY LANDINGS"

"HAIL! THE RINGNECKS ARE COMING"-"ONE CURE FOR SPRING FEVER"

"LOOKING FOR A LANDING FIELD"-3208

BLIZZARD, LOGAN-3111, 3161

Blizzard, Logan-1365, :1364

BLODGETT, LESTER-3401

Blohn, Art, Vice-President, Salinas(Calif.) Rod & Gun Club-:2555, 2559

Blome, Richard-392, :391

BLOUNT LUMBER C0. (NEAR WATERTOWN, N.Y.)-1191, 1192

Blue, Burdette-:3797

BLUE, BURDETTE-3792, 3793, 3794, 3795

Blue, Robert Donald, Governor of Iowa-1067, 1069, 1745, 2333, 2362, :1006, 1018, 1019, 1068,
1070, 1104, 1130, 1349, 1417, 1739, 1740, 1744

BLUE, ROBERT DONALD, GOVERNOR OF IOWA-919, 964, 1037, 1047, 1086, 1113-1124, 1134,
1204, 1205, 1222, 1223, 1224, 1226, 1241, 1242, 1251, 1262, 1263, 1269, 1285, 1307, 1312,
1313, 1315, 1329-1332, 1344-1350, 1379-1382, 1408-1410, 1450, 1764, 1765, 1767, 1777, 2354

BLUE RIDGE BULLETIN-3681

BOARDMAN, MRS.-3610

BODE, I.T., EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF MISSOURI-4,
113, 115, 285, 516, 710, 1587, 2999, 3414, 3522, 3523, 3524, 3526, 3537, 3566, 3582, 3922, 3925

Bode, Irwin T., Director Missouri State Conservation-Commission-126, 738, 1008, 1109, 1111, 1965,
3530-3535, 3536, 3551-3554

Bode, Irwin T. "Ping"-:125, 129, 737, 1007, 1094, 1101, 1110, 1112, 1964, 3555

Bodine, Joseph Hall, Professor of Zoology, SUI-2114

Bodine, J.H.-2090, 2115

BODINE, JOSEPH HALL-2081, 2082, 2083, 2085, 2091, 2113, 2121, 2122, 2123-2126, 2128,
2129, 2133, 2155, 2158, 2169, 2190

BOGERT, (MRS.) H.G.-3610

Bogert, Emily G.-2570-2572,2585-2589, 2601, 2602, :2569, 2584, 2600

Bogert, H.L.-3676, :3677

BAHAC, LYMAN-3660

BOHEN, FRED-3814

BORN, E.J.-3745

Bolich, J.A., Jr. "Lon"-1355, :1354

BOLWAR, SIMON-499, 500

Bond, Helen-356, :355

BONEAU, S.C.-1549

Boneau, S.C.-:1548

BOONE & CROCKETT CLUB (NEW YORK)-:936

BOONE DAM (PROJECT)-3010, 3011, 3012

BOONE, DR. W.C.-2998

BORAH, WILLIAM EDGAR, U.S. SENATOR (IDAHO)-546, 549

"THE BORROWED CAR" CARTOON BY JAY DARLING-1151, 1152

BOSTON GLOBE-268

BOTULISM-1221, 1420

"BOUNCING BETSY"-3565

BOWEN, ELVON-3632

Bowers, George E., Publisher, The Alton (Iowa) Democrat-1376, :1377

Bowler, Theodore-3406

BOWMAN, ISAIAH-30, 1277

BOWMAN, LEONARD-563

BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA-1919, 2494, 2497, 4075, 4076

Boy Scouts of America, Roosevelt Council, Phoenix, Ar.-2495

BOYD, BEV-332

Boyd, Harry, Editor(?), CEDAR RAPIDS Gazette-114, 1764, :113, 1763, 1777

Boyd, W.R., Chairman, Finance Committee, Iowa Board of Education-367, 1012, :366, 1011

Boyd, W.W.-3139, :3135

BRACKMAN, ROBERT-31, 33

Bradley, Dan-1616, :1615

BRADY, FRANK F.-2957

Brady, Frank J. (Senator, Nebraska Legislature)-3646, 3648, -:3644, 3645, 3647

BRADY, FRANK (SENATOR, NEBRASKA LEGISLATURE)-3611, 3617, 3635, 3636, 3637, 3638,
3640, 3111 3116, 3227

Brady, Owen-2811, :2810

BRAGDON, CHARLES J.-3312, 3317

Brann, Mrs. W.L, Jr. (Marjorie)-2493, :2492

Branstad, Mrs. A.J.-4079

Brant, Irving, Editor, St. Louis Star-Tunes-1582, :1581

Brayton, Arthur H., Secretary, Des Moines Convention Bureau-350, :349

BRAYTON, ARTHUR-323, 324

BREEDING OF BIRDS-3061

Breitenstein, Harry-4174, :4175

BREITENSTEIN, HARRY-4156, 4157, 4158

Bremer County Farm Bureau-2997

Brennan, Bernard P.-3716, :3717

Brennan, Tom-1996, :1997

Brenton, W. Harold-561, 2214-2221, 2280, 2284, 2292, 2347, 2378, 2398, 2402, 2447, :2272, 2273,
2279, 2281, 2286, 2304, 2401, 2446

BRENTON W. HAROLD-533

BRESSMAN, DR.-3653

Bresson, Amel L.-1629, :1628

BRETT-393

Brewer, L.A.-3353

BREWER, L.A.-3357

BRESTER, RALPH OWEN, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE & SENATOR (MAINE)-487, 488

BRICKER, JOHN W., GOVERNOR OF OHIO-3753

BRICKER, JOHN WILLIAM, U.S. SENATOR, REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR VICE-PRESIDENT,
1944; GOVERNOR of OHIO-562, 697, 704, 876, 877, 880, 881

BRICKLAYER, PETER-265

BRIDGES, HARRY-1445, 1543

Bridges, Henry P.-3260

BRIEF AND ARGUMENT OF CONSTITUTIONALITY OF RULES AND REGULATIONS OF
CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF IA.-3130

Brier, Archibald-3210, :3209

Brierly, H.H.-1108, :1107

BRIGGS, CLARE-327

BRIGGS, CLARE "HOW TO DRAW CARTOONS"-763, 764

Briggs, Ruth Owen-1366, 1368, :1367, 1369

BRIGGS, WILLIAM H.-3850, 3851, 3852

BRIGHT-3492, 3518

Brill, Charles J.-3801, :3802

"BRINGING THE TRUTH HOME TO US" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-420, 422, 423

Brinkerhoff, Robert M.-362, :361

BRINKERHOFF, ROBERT M.-8, 245

BRINKERHOFF ISLAND, MAINE-362

BRISBANE-297

BRISTOL, VIRGINIA-4013, 4014, 4016, 4017, 4020, 4022, 4023, 4024, 4033

BROCK, J. ELMER-4111, 4112

BROCKHAUSEN, BILL-3959, 3963

BRODY, CLARK F.-3380

Brody, Julian-:1097

BROMFIELD, LOUIS-341, 342, 377, 411, 523, 692, 1249

"A FEW BRASS TACKS"-1161, 1165, 1166

Bronx Zoological Park-:

BROOKINGS INSTITUTE-1249, 1408

BROOKS, ALAN-3610

Brown, Al J.-4075, :4076

Brown, Edna Hammond-1969

Brown, Edna Buchanan-:1968

BROWN, ZONDA-3632, 3650

BROWN, IRWIN S.-3523

Brown, Harry H.-:4040

Brown, John G., Jr.-2029, :2028

Brown, J. Hammond, President, Outdoor Writers Association of America-709, 840, 1083

BROWN, J. HAMMOND, PRESIDENT, OWAA-704, 707, 708, 711, 7123 713, 716, 718, 719, 720,
725, 727, 728, 838,839, 866, 886, 1022, 1023, 1085, 3265, 3743

BROWN, MAJOR JAMES-3566

Brown, Merle L, President, Oregan Div.., Izaak Walton League-1572, 3886

Brown, Merle J.-:1571, 3887

BROWN, PAUL-113

Brown, Ravmond J., Editor, Outdoor Life-740, :739

Brown, Robert A, Jr.-1559, :1558

Brown, Roy C.-:4014, 4016

BROWN, ROY C.-3911, 3912, 3914, 3916, 4009, 4019, 4020, 4023, 4033

Brown, Roy C.-4013, 4015, 4017

BROWN, TED, CARTOONIST, NEST YORK HERALD-Tribune-191, 213, 215, 225, 252, 296, 325,
327, 328, 361

BROWNING, EDWARD W. (DADDY)-2959, 2960

BROWNLOW COMMITTEE-3570

BRUCKER , WILBER M.-3375

BRUDON, HYMN, CARTOONIST-596

Bruhlman, O.C.-2986, 2987, :2984, 2985

Bruner, Harold-3018, :3017

BRUNER, HAROLD A.-3018, 3027

Bryant, Paul K.-3890, :3891

BRYANT, PAUL K.-3906

BUCHANA, DEAN, IOWA STATE COLLEGE-665

BUCHHEISTER, CARL-3282, 3346

Buckingham, Nash-704, 705, 707, 708, 711, 712, 714, 716, 718, 819, 721, 723, 825, 727, 1073, :706, 710, 713, 715, 171, 720, 722, 724, 726, 728, 729, 1072, 1074, k359, 1370

BUCKINGHAM, NASH-709, 860, 865, 866, 885, 886, 887, 1023, 1040, 1059, 1078, 1079, 1092, 3523, 3562, 3609, 3906

Buckmaster, George S.-:3085

The Budd Company, Philadelphia-1240, :1239

Budget, Bureau of the-78, 824

Buffalo-1180-1182

BUFFALO BILL-SEE CODY, WILLIAM FREDERICK

Buffalo(Wyoming) Bulletin.-2549

BUFFALO (WYOMING) WOMEN'S CLUB-2549, 2550

BUFORD, WILBUR C.-3524, 3582

Buie, Dr.-:365

BUIE, T.S., REGIONAL CONSERVATOR, (SOUTH CAROLINA), SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE-
1361

BULLITT, BILL-551, 552

BULL'S ISLAND REFUGE-694

Bump, Gardiner-3711, :3715

BUMP, GARDINER-3722, 3724

BUMP, MARCUS-3609

BUMP, MARKS-1894, 1895, 1896, 1930

Bump, N. Marks-3692, 3694, 3695, 3696, 3697, 3698, 3699, 3700, 3702, 3703, 3705, 3707, 3708,
3710, :3693, 3701, 3704, 3706, 3709

BUMP, N. MARKS-2700, 3566, 3714, 3719, 3726, 3728, 3736, 3811, 3988

"BUNDLE OF STICKS" CARTOON BY J.DARLING-884, 885

BUNKER, HARRY S.-287, 288

Bunker, J.E.-3115, :3114

BUNTE, FERDINAND A.-196

BUREAU OF FISHERIES-2882

Burch, Guy Irving., Director, Population Reference Bureau-1357

Burch, Guy Irving-:1356

BUREAU OF FISHERIES-SEE FISHERIES, BUREAU OF

BUREAU OF THE BUDGET-SEE, BUDGET, BUREAU OF THE

BUREAUCRACY-211, 2060

BURGER, WARREN

Burgess, CHARLES R., DR.-607, 1228

BURKE, RAYMOND HUGH, US REPRESENTATIVE (OHIO)-1400

Burkett, D.G.-2434

Burling, Jamis Perkins-354, :353

BURNHAM, C.W.-3132

BURNHAM, JOHN-3609, 3734

BURTON, HAROLD RITZ, U.S. SENATOR (OHIO)-563

Burton, P.E.-1850

BURTON(P.E.) & ASSOCIATES-1848, 1849

"BUT TRY TO PERSUADE ANY POLITICIAN TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT" CARTOON BY J.
DARLING-836, 837

Butcher, Devereux, Executive Secretary, National Parks Association-735, 1374, :734, 829, 1373

Butler, Ovid, Executive Director, American Forestry Association-1003, 1099, 1127, :1004, 1005,
1098, 1126

BUTLER, OVID-895, 920, 960, 1025, 2001

BUTLER, TED-3521, 3523, 3524, 3525,3528, 3537

Butler, Ted-3549, :3550

BYRD, HARRY FLOOD, U.S. SENATOR (VIRGINIA)-620, 621, 2882, 4009

BYRNE, JOHN H.-1235-1236

Byrnes, Gene-:731-733

BYRNES, GENE-731, 1443

Byrnes, James Francis, U.S. Secretary of State-910

BYRNES, JAMES FRANCIS, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE & SENATOR & SEC. OF STATE-620, 622, 1015

C
CABELL COUNTY WILDLIFE COUNCIL (WEST VIRGINIA)-4050

Cable, R.M., Professor, Purdue University-335, 337, 339, :336, 338

CABLE, R.M., PROFESSOR, PURDUE UNIVERSITY-150, 340

CADDO LAKE, TEXAS-3944

Caldwell, John C.-3892, :2963

CALDWELL, JOHN C.-2962

CALDWELL, MILLARD-2832, 2834, 2835, 2836, 2839, 2844-2847, 2855, 2859, 2860, 2863, 2869
2871, 2873

Caldwell, Millard-2833, 2868, :2862

CALDWELL, CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA, 1944-812, 829, 937, 1137, 1198

Caldwell, Otis W.-370

CALDWELL, OTIS W., GENERAL SECRETARY, ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
SCIENCE-368, 369

Calhoun, W.T.-4071, :4072

CALIFORNIA-2553-2557

California Federation of Women's Clubs-2554, 2557

California, Fish & Game Development Association -Annual Report, 1936-2541

California Garden Club Federation-2548

California, Great Fish and Game Protective Assoc.-2547

CALIFORNIA, NATURAL RESOURCES, Dept. of-2551, 2552, 2560

CALIFORNIA, WILDLIFE FEDERATION-2539, 2542, 2544-2547, 2556

Callison, Charles H.-1336, :1335

CALOOSAHATHEE CONSERVATION CLUB-2742, 2707

Caloosahatchee Conservation Club-2737

Cambridge, Elsie G.-3665, :3666

Cameron, Frank-1343, :1342

CAMMERER, ARNO B.-4000

Camp & Trail Club, Philadelphia-1917

CAMP FIRE GIRLS-197, 198, 693

Campbell, Claude V., Publisher, Dumer & Editor, The Jewell(Iowa) Record-1346, 1348, 1349, :1347,
1350

CAMPBELL, FRANKLIN E.-2725, 2726, 2729

Campbell, F.L.-2780

Campbell, Tim J.-2272, 2273, 2281, 2285

CAMPBELL SOUP CO.-226, 227

CANADA-512, 633, 1400, 1420, 1884, 1889

CANADA GEESE-479, 480, 2532

Canfield, Harry L.-1574, :1573

Caniff, Milton, President, Nat'l Cartoonists Society-1539, :1538

CANTLIN, MRS. J.H.-3618

CANTWELL, RUSSELL-3797, 3801, 3803

Cantwell, Russell-3792, 3793, 3795, :3794, 3796

CAPPER, SENATOR-3556

CAPPER, ARTHUR, U.S. SENATOR (KANSAS)-552

CAPTIVA (FLORIDA)-224, 234, 314, 361, 469, 897, 942, 943, 945, 1168, 1183, 1229-1231, 1268,
1270, 1289, 1320, 1323, 1325, 1831, 1951, 1973, 1987, 1992, 2750, 2768, 2785, 2816

CARAWAY, HATTIE-3695

Carey, John W.-628, 632, :626, 627, 631

CAREY, JOHN-696, 1246

CARGILL, CARTOONIST, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE-327, 596

Carhart, Arthur Hawthorne-115, 618, :113, 617

CARHART, ARTHUR H.-114

Carl (Miner?)-2759

CARL-3160

CARLISLE, CARTOONIST, DES MOINES REGISTER & TRIBUNE-234, 296, 299, 300, 327, 408,
636, 637, 891, 1422, 1975

CARLISLE, "NOBODY HOME IN MOSCOW?"-571, 572

CARMIEHAEL, N.E. "MIKE"-3660

Carnegie Corporation-1975

CARNEGIE CORPORATION-367

CARNEY, T.J.-3379, 3401

CARP-1426, 1427

CARPENTER, C.H.-4104, 4106, 4109, 4112

 Carpenter, Donald F.-2002, :2001

CARPENTER, M.S.-3880

Carpenter, R.R.M. (Ruby)-621, :620, 633

CARPENTER, R.R.M.(RUBY)-622, 2045, 2046

CARPENTER, TERRY-11

CARR, GLEN L.-4106

CARRIER PIGEON-486, 566-568

Carruth, Mrs. Margaret S.-3980, :3981

Carter, George L.-3667, :3669

Carter, Vernon-:1138

CARTER, VERNON-753, 755, 1022, 1023, 1028, 1029, 1078, 1261

CARTOON (FOR NEW YORK CONSERVATION COUNCIL)-3710

"Cartoon Cavalcade" by Florence and Sidney Weiss-521, 522

"Cartoonist, The"-3579

CARTOONISTS-327, 329, 1366-1369, 1548-1550

CARTOONISTS EDUCATION-382, 391, 730-733, 761-762, 764, 938, 1529

CARTOONISTS EMPLOYMENT-19, 199, 200, 380, 761, 762, 765, 766

CARTOONISTS PUBLIC OPINION, INFLUENCE ON-61, 62, 731, 757-760, 1260, 1364,1504-1506,
1541

CARTOONS-161, 162, 519, 520, 521, 522, 731, 757-760, 1358, 1442, 1443, 2531

CARTOONS, DRAWING TECHNIQUES-1076, 1302

CARTOONS, MOTION PICTURES-617, 1342, 1343

CARTOONS, SOURCES OF INFORMATION FOR-127, 731, 765, 766, 768, 938, 1342, 1343

CARTOONS, SYMBOLS-48, 731, 1504-1506

Cartwright, B.W., Chief Naturalist, Ducks Unlimited-1089, :1088

CARVER, G.L.-2920

Carver, G.L., PROFESSOR OF BIOLOGY, MERCER UNIVERSITY, Macon, Georgia-702, 703, 1481,
:701, 1480

CASE, FRANCIS HIGBEE, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE (SOUTH DAKOTA)-1281

CASEY-57

CASS COUNTY (IOWA)-3166

CASS COUNTY, NEBRASKA (RESOLUTION OF FARMERS & LAND OWNERS)-3667, 3668, 3669

Castle & Cooke LTD., HONOLULU, HAWAII-:1358

CATLETT, JOHN C.-3566

Catlett, J.G.-3781, 3787, :3782, 3788

CATTLE-1278, 1279, 1281, 2803, 2804

Cavanaugh, E.E.-700, :-699

Cayce, James A.-3905

CCC-104, 277, 336, 833, 836, 837, 2085, 2087, 2089, 2093, 2101, 2105, 2155,2495, 2538, 3161,
3204, 3866, 4010

Cedar Rapids Gazette-1114, 1761, 1764, :1113, 1760, 1763, 1777

Central Camera Company-106

CENTRAL CAMERA COMPANY, CREDIT APPLICATION-106

CENTRAL MISSOURI WILDLIFE CONSERVATION LEAGUE-3543

CENTRAL PARK, NEW YORK-983

CENTRAL STATES FORESTRY CONGRESS-3547, 3548

Central States Wildlife & Fish Conference, Directory 1936 (1937?)-1935

CENTRAL STATES WILDLIFE CONFERENCE-3419

Century Club, The Committee on Admissions-:74

THE CFNTRUY CLUB, NEW YORK-73, 75, 1974

CERCARIA-335, 339, 340

CERRO GORDO COUNTY-3157, 3158

Chadderdon, Neil I.-2343, 2369, 2397, 2409, :2412

CHADWICK, C.B.-2880, 2885, 2916

CHADWICK-224, 943, 1287

Chairman, Ohio Division I.W.L.A.-:3763

CHALK, VIRGINIA GAME COMMISSIONER-442

Chalk, J.D.-3682

CHALK, JOHN,FORMER GAME & FISH COMMISSIONER, NORTH CAROLINA-286, 517, 518

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE-80, 827

CHAMBERLAIN, (AUTHOR OF HISTORY ON THE DES MONIES REGISTER & TRIBUNE)-97

CHAMBERLAIN, SAMUEL (ILLUS.)-842

Champagne, E. Garth, Officer in Charge, Central States Forest Experiment Station (USDA)-1759,
:1758

CHANDLER, A.B. (GOVERNOR)-3566

CHANDLER, BILL, EDITOR, SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE-444, 445

Chandler, Bob-3609, 3803

"CHANGING COSTUME FOR THE NEXT ACT" BY J . DARLING-473, 474

CHAPMAN, CHARLES E., CHAIRMAN, DUCKS UNLIMITED, MICHIGAN-472

CHAPMAN, HORACE-3312, 3317

CHAPMAN, HORACE-3610

Chapman, H.H., President, Connecticut Wildlife Federation & President, Conn. Commission of
Forests and Wildlife-2686, 2695, 2696, 2697, :2685 2685

CHAPMAN, H.H.-754, 755, 893, 894, 3019, 3722

Chapman, J.W.-4005, 3989, :4006

Chapman, Oscar L., Under Secretary, USDI-1273, 2744, :1272, 2733, 2748, 2757, 2762, 2786

CHAPMAN, OSCAR L.-1217, 1334, 1388, 2736, 2740, 2758, 2759

CHAPPELL, EDWARD A.-287, 288

"Charlie"-2761

Charlton, Shannon B., State Chairman, Republican Central Committee of Iowa-2246, 2250

CHARLTON, SHANNON B.-2245

Chase, Lester-:1337

CHASE., STEWART (FRIENDS OF LAND)-84, 141

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

CHASE-3174

CHATAWA, MISSISSIPPI-3506, 3507

The Chautauquan , Jan. 1940-1730

CHAUTAUQUA, 1940 (PROPOSED)-1690, 1695, 1697, 1698-1729

CHAUTAUQUA (NEW YORK) ASSEMBLY SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION, 1941-81, 1662, 1665,
1667, 1693, 1695, 1732-1736

CHAUTAUQUA, 1941 PROGRAM-1673, 1674, 1676-1678, 1680, 1685, 1689, 1692, 1699, 1705,
1738

CHAUTAUQUA ASSEMBLY, SCHOOL OF CONSERVATION, 1942-412, 1662

The Chautauquan Daily, Aug. 24, 1940-1731

Chautauqua Institution-1678, 1679 1680, 1687, 1690, 1704, 1718, 1721, 1730, 1731, 1732

CHAUTAUQUA SUMMER SCHOOLS-1730, 1731

CHAUTAUQUA, SWARTHMORE-560

CHEMURGY-1513, 1514

CHEROKEE (IOWA) TIMES-3208

CHEROKEE (IOWA) COUNTY CONSERVATION LEAGUE-3144

Cherokee County Conservation League-3145

CHEYNEY, "THIS IS OUR LAND"-888, 895

CHICAGO ART INSTITUTE-382, 763

Chicago Daily News-2394, :941

CHICAGO DAILY NEWS-514, 515

CHICAGO TRIBUNE-380, 676, 880, 1394, 1875

CHICAGO, UNIVERSITY OF-1065

CHILD LABOR AMENDMENT-2987

Childs, Marquis-1536, :1535, 1537

CHILE-959

CHIMNEY SWALLOWS-134

CHINA-548, 550, 954

CHINA EXCLUSION LAWS-548, 550

Chisholm, Dan P.-3954, :3955

CHLOROPHYL-1738

Chorley, Kenneth-994, :993

CHRISTENSEN, A.S.-4109

CHRISTENSEN, WALTER-3648

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR-153, 1366, 1368

CHRISTNER, J.R.-3406

CHRYSTAL, I.G.-3123

CHURCHILL, WINSTON-42, 98, 4383 571, 572, 878, 1075, 1079, 1139, 1250, 2400

CHRYSTAL-2082

C.I.O.-1445

CITIZENS' CONSERVATION COUNCIL-3539

CITY PLANNERS-744, 756

CIVILIAN CONSERVATION CORPS-3539, 3540

CIVIL WAR-58

Claasen, Clara-615, :614, 695

CLAPPER, RAYMOND-696

CLARK, ?-4011

CLARK (PAMPHLETS)-831, 832

CLARK, ARTHUR-2591, 2674

CLARK, ARTHUR L.-3522, 3523, 3525, 3845

Clark, Arthur L., Superintendent, Connecticut Board of Fisheries and Game-2661, 2662, 2663, 2665,
2667, 2669, 2670, 2675, 2677, 2678, 2680, 2684,2692, 2962, :2664, 2668, 2679, 2688, 2691, 2961

CLARK, EDWARD-3963

CLARK, GREGORY-3743

CLARK, JIMMIE-3880

CLARK, C. ELMER JR.-2829

Clarke, C.E. JR.-2822

Clarke, Charles W.-2563, :2561

Clark, G.W.-3015

Clark, V.L.-3044

Clark, Vernon L., Director, U.S. Savings Bonds, Treasury Dept.-1534, 2245, 2329, :1533, 2252,
2256, 2342

CLEAR LAKE (IOWA)-288-290, 964, 965, 1018, 1019, 1036, 1042, 1043

CLEARY-3609

CLEMEMS, (MANAGER, LINCOLN HOTEL)-3613

Clemens, Ross J.-2242, 2318, 2334, 2408

"CLEMENTINE IN THE KITCHEN" (COOKBOOK)-842

CLEVELAND, GROVER-3609

CLEVELAND BIRD CLUB-3760, 3750

Cleveland Plain Dealer-1236, :936, 1235

CLIMAX ENGINEERING COMPANY-961

Cline,Justus H.-4008, 4009, 4010, 4012, :4011

CLINE, JUSTUS H.-3529, 3610, 4013, 4014

CLOSE, F.W.-2921

COAST GUARD, U.S.-178, 179, 180, 361

COBB, IRVIN-696

COCHRAN, R.L. (GOVERNOR OF NEBRASKA)-3611, 3617

Cochran, R.L.-3656, :3657

Cody, H.E.-:696

CODY, WILLIAM FREDERICK-213, 214

Coe, Ernest F., Director, The Everglades National Park Association-635, 2794, 2820, :634

COE, ERNEST F.-2795

COE, LULA MAE-3626

COFFEE-3635

COFFIN, MRS. NAT-3074

COLBY, DR. F.J.-2995, 2998

COLBY, LESTER, RADIO BROADCASTS (1936)-1877, 1886

Colby, Lester, Radio Broadcast (July 6, 1936) text-1878, 1879

Colby, Lester, NBC Radio Broadcast, May 26, 1936, text-1880

Colby, Lester, NBC Radio Brosdcast, April 11, 1936 text-1881

Colby, Lester A., President, Izaak Walton League of America (Chicago Chapter)-1863, 1865, 1867,
1869, 1870, 1871, 1875, 1877, 1882, 1884, 1886, 1889, 1892, 1894, 1896, 1897, 1901, 1904, 1907, 1909, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1916,1918, 1919, 1922, 1923, 1924

Colby, Lester-1929, 1931, 1934, :1864, 1866, 1886, 1876, 1883, 1888, 1891, 1893, 1895, 1998, 1899, 1900, 1902, 1903, 1905, 1906, 1908, 1915, 1927, 1928, 1930, 1932, 1933, 3316,3360,4045

COLBY, LESTER A.-1579, 1910, 1911, 2546, 2952, 2955, 2958, 2985, 2990, 3274, 3215, 3572,3573, 3609, 3703, 3973, 4042, 4043, 1046

COLBY, WILLOUGHBY A.-3675

Cole, Russell-398, 1532, :697, 1531

COLE, RUSSELL-297

Cole R.G., President, Idaho Wildlife Federation-2921, 2030-2933, :2940

COLE, R.G.-2925, 2933, 2943

COLFAX COUNTY GAME PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, RATON, NEW MEXICO-3685

COLFLESH, BOB-563

Collenbaugh, Fred W.-1345, :1344

Collet, Charles C.-3245, :3244

COLLET, CHARLES C.-1899

COLLIE, G.L., DR., GEOLOGIST & ANTHROPOLOGIST-867

COLLIER COUNTY(FLORIDA)-2816, 2817

COLLIER, CHARLES W.-3361

Collier, Charles W., Executive Director, Friends of the Land-81, 82, 1706, :80, 1705

Collier, Charles-3888, :3889

COLLIER, CHARLES, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, FRIENDS OF THE LAND-78

COLLIERS-1570, 2551

COLLINGWOOD, C.H.-3858, 3859

COLORADO, AQUATIC RESOURCES-2654, 2655

Colorado Conservation Council-2595, 2597, 2614, 2623, 2628, 2629, 2630

Articles of Incorporation-2638

Constitution and By-laws-2637

Resolution-2639, 2652, 2653

COLORADO CONSERVATION COUNCIL-2617, 2626, 2634, 2640, 2645, 2647, 2656

MEETING, 1936-1597, 2623, 2625, 2629, 2634

MEETING, 1938-2570

Colorado, Game and Fish Commission-1155 2565, 2590, 2603, 2645

COLORADO, GAME AND FISH COMMISSION-115, 618, 2570, 2581, 2583, 2617, 2623

COLORADO, CAME AND FISH PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION-2634

COLORADO, MODEL GAME AND FISH BILL-2594-2596, 25975 2603

COLORADO, PRARIE CHICKEN REFUGE-617, 618

Colorado Springs Industrial Bank-2581, 2622, :2621

COLORADO WILDLIFE FEDERATION-1902, 1905, 1908, 1909, 1912, 1920, 1921, 1922, 1924,
2593, 2603, 2612,2615, 2616, 2617, 2620, 2621-2623, 2626-2636, 2640-2642 2645, 2647-2650, 2656

Columbia Daily Tribune-3544

COLUMBIA TEACHERS COLLEGE-753

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY-3610

Columbia University, Office of the Clerk of the Trustees-326

Columbia University, Provost of the University-169, 2015, :2014

COMMERCE, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF-1010, 1324

COMMERCIAL & SPORT FISHING-2806-2808, 2818, 2834, 2837, 2853, 2854, 2866

COMMUNISTS-41, 880, 1352, 1375, 1444

Community Sportsmen's Club, New Praque, Minnesota-3421, 3422, 3424, 3426

"A COMPLETE GUIDE TO DRAWING, ILLUSTRATION, CARTOONING & PAINTING" BY GENE
BYRES-1443

COMPTON, ARTHUR-30

Comstock, C.H.-3674, :3675

Comstock, Royal B.-110, 111, 2243, 2325, 2419, :109, 2324

COMSTOCK, ROYAL B.-2263, 2280

Conarro, Winnifred-3502, :3503

CONFERENCE OF INTERNATIONAL CONSERVATION AND FISH AND GAME
COMMISSIONERS, 1941-21, 24, 140, 141

CONFERENCE ON FOOD AND AGRICULTURE-666-668

CONKLING, MARK L.-324

CONNALY, THOMAS TERRY, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE & U.S. SENATOR (TEXAS)-697

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE-831, 834, 835

CONNECTICUT, CONSERVATION GROUPS-2674, 2675

Connecticut, Fisheries and Game, Board of-2661, 2662, 2665, 2667, 2669, 2670, 2676, 2677, 2678,
2680, 2683, 2684,2689, 2692

Advisory Council, Resolution, 1938-2693

CONNECTICUT, FISHERIES & GAME, BOARD OF, ADVISORY COUNCIL, RESOLUTION, 1938-2694

Connecticut, Forests & Wildlife, Commission on-2686

Connecticut, Park & Forest Commission, National Conference (16th) on State Parks. Program-2671

CONNECTICUT, PARK & FOREST COMMISSION-895, 896

Connecticut, Welfare, Commission-2658, 2660, 2672

Connecticut Wildlife Federation-2687, :2697

Connecticut Wildlife Federation, Constitution (tentative)-2666

CONNECTICUT WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3019

Connecticut Wildlife Federation, Meeting, 1939 Minutes-2698

Connecticut Wildlife Federation, Report of Organization Meeting, Sept. 26, 1936-2663

CONNECTICUT WILDLIFE FEDERATION, MEETING, 1938-2697, 2698

CONNECTICUT WILDLIFE FEDERATION MEMBERS-2663, 2665

CONNECTICUT WILDLIFE FEDERATION, OFFICERS-2663, 2665

CONNECTICUT WILDLIFE FEDERATION, ORGANIZATION-2661-2664, 2668-2670, 2676, 2678-
2680, 2697

CONNECTICUT WILDLIFE FEDERATION, STAMP SALE, 1938-2695, 26965 2697

CONSERVATION-2803, 2804

CONSERVATION & WILDLIFE COURSE-2945

CONSERVATION BOOKLET-3278, 3294, 3298, 3300, 3346, 3347

CONSERVATION, COOPERATION AMONG GROUPS-693, 751, 787-790, 844, 846, 860-863, 946,
987, 988, 1052, 1056, 1171, 1233, 1583, 1590

CONSERVATION, COOPERATION BETWEEN FEDERAL & STATE AGENCIES-494, 809, 997,
998, 1113, 1354, 1656

Conservation Commission, State of Missouri-2962

CONSERVATION COUNCIL of MASSACHUSETTS-3346

CONSERVATION COUNCIL (WILL COUNTY, ILLINOIS)-2965

CONSERVATION EDUCATION-142-145, 125, 216, 222, 265, 325, 326, 377, 465, 505, 559, 693,
722, 734, 752, 753, 796, 805, 806, 817, 874, 899, 1078, 1138, 1142, 1234, 1292, 1293, 1402, 1409, 1410, 1583,1605, 1748, 1749, 1755, 2131, 2565, 2614

CONSERVATION EDUCATION (CONTINUED)-2961, 2962 2963, 2978, 3013, 3018, 3024, 3025,
3059, 3060, 3195, 3278, 3351, 3352, 3361, 3413, 3414, 3471, 3610, 3842, 3902, 40l0, 4052, 4053, 4071, 4072, 4073, 4081, 4082, 4092, 4099
CONSERVATION EDUCATION, SHORT COURSE SCHOOL-18, 146, 1674, 1727

CONSERVATION EVANGELISTS-227, 228, 377, 523, 558-560, 1295, 1395, 2490

CONSERVATION INFORMATION SERVICE-704-707, 722-729, 838, 860, 861, 865, 913, 914, 920-
924, 929, 930, 933-935, 940, 946, 950, 956-958, 960, 985, 990, 1001, 1004, 1005, 1007, 1008, 1023-1028, 1032, 1033, 1061, 1072, 1040, 1044, 1056-1058, 1153-1164, 1166-1168, 1172, 1250, 2614

CONSERVATION, LAWS, FEDERAL CONTROL?-143, 144

CONSERVATION,(MEETING AT WAKONDA)-3044

CONSERVATION, MOVIES-6, 7, 465, 911, 912

CONSERVATION, ORGANIZATIONS-693, 787-790, 792-795, 846, 858, 859, 860, 861, 862, 863,
933, 940, 958, 1005, 1032, 1862, 2521, 2523, 2675

CONSERVATION, PERIODICALS-624, 625, 705, 714, 715, 816, 817, 1005, 1633

CONSERVATION, POLITICAL INTERFERENCE-285, 286, 479, 518, 812, 836, 837, 1047, 1107,
1108, 1113-1125, 1130,1134, 1196, 1198, 1222, 1223, 1251, 1262, 1263, 1266, 1307, 1312, 1313,1315, 1316, 1381, 1408, 1656, 1934, 2616, 2617, 2633

CONSERVATION, POLITICAL INTERFERENCE, (FROM 46 IOWA NAWSPAPER CLIPPINGS)-1785-1830

(THE) CONSERVATION FEDERATION-3537, 3538

CONSERVATION FEDERATION OF MISSOURI (PROPOSED CHARTER OF FEDERATION)-3580

Conservation Federation of Missouri-3541, 3549

CONSERVATION FEDERATION OF MISSOURI-3538, 3544

CONSERVATION PROJECTS-3196

CONSERVATION, PROPOSED POST WAR 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

CONSERVATION PUBLICITY-SEE, CONSERVATION,INFORMATION SERVICE

CONSERVATION, SOIL CONSERVATION DISTRICTS-1375

CONSERVATION, TEXT BOOKS-1, 4, 23-26, 36, 37, 65, 141-145, 147, 167, 170, 171, 173, 186,
187, 256-260, 285, 286, 291, 301, 302, 368-370, 442, 465, 516-518, 614, 615, 695, 736, 751, 796, 852, 888, 889, 895, 931, 954, 955, 1022, 1023, 1078, 1138, 1142, 1202, 1267, 1580

CONSERVATION, WAR DEMANDS-503, 505, 506, 860

"CONSERVATION AND CITIZENSHIP" BY RENNER & HARTLEY-895

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

CONSERVATION COMMISSIONERS, INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION OF, 1941-SEE
CONFERENCE OF INTERNATIONAL CONSERVATION AND FISH & GAME COMMISSIONERS

CONSERVATION DIGEST-609

"CONSERVATION IN THE UNITED STATES" BY GUSTAFSON ET.AL.- 888

"CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES" RENNER, GEO. F.-888

Conservation Society of York County (York, Pa.)-3828, 3829, 3830

The Conservation Volunteer-889, 930, 934, :888, 929, 935

CONSERVATION WEEK-3288, 3300

Conservation Week in the Schools of Maine-3309

CONSERVATIONISTS, FORMATION OF-1336

CONSTITUTION OF THE NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3244

CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY-3631

CONVERSATION, ART OF-59

COOK, MISS FANNYE A.-3468, 3471, 3472, 3477, 3492, 3518

COOK, HOWARD L. (USDA) "FLOOD ABATEMENT BY HEADWATER MEASURES"-1031

COOK, NEWELL BL-3609

COOK, OSCAR T.-3523

COOKBOOKS, OUTDOOR-617, 618, 625, 660, 661, 663, 741-743, 842, 1020, 1042

COOKE, CARLTON P., CHAIRMAN, ERIE COUNTY POST-WAR HOUSING SURVEY COMMITTEE-
537

Cooke, Morris L., President, Friends of the Land-108, 1695, 1703, 1710, 1711, :107, 992, 1698,
1714

COOKE, MORRIS L., PRESIDENT, FRIENDS OF THE LAND-84, 14l, 1278, 1279, 1895, 1916,
1927, 1928

COOKING, ROUGH FISH-611-613, 660

COOKING FISH-1560, 1561

"COOKING WILD GAME" BY FRANK ASHBROOK-1020

COOLIDGE, CALVIN, U.S. PRESIDENT-878

Coolidge, Harold J., Executive Secretary, National Research Council-1483, :1482

COOPER, GERALD P.-3309

Cooper, John Sherman, U.S. Senator (Kentucky)-1276

COOPER, (GOVERNOR OF TENNESSEE)-4017, 4033

COOPER RIVER-620, 621, 622

COPELAND, OREN A.-3617

COPPOCK, STANLEY-3801

CORALVILLE DAM (IOWA)-454, 915, 919, 1006

Corley, Si-3483, 3485, 3488, 3490, 3492, 3493, 3495, :3484, 3486, 3487, 3489, 3491, 3494, 3509

CORLEY, SI, DIRECTOR, MISSISSIPPI STATE GAME ANDFISH COMMISSION-3467, 3468, 3469,
3470, 3471, 3473, 3474, 3499, 3500, 3502, 3506, 3508,3520

Cornell, J. Robert-2235, 2437, :2257, 2444

CORNING LAKE-638-640

CORNING, WARREN-3745, 3749, 3750

Cornish, Donald N.-762, :761

CORONADO INCIDENT-296, 297

CORNING LAKE-638-640

CORY, J.W., JR, PRESIDENT, OKOBOJI PROTECTIVE ASSOC.-312, 313, 606

COSMOS CLUB-954, 958

Cottam, Clarence-997, 1001, 1087, 1040, 1092, 1136, 1137, 1333, 1334, 1540, 2734, 2752,2760

COTTAM,CLARENCE-737, 738, 827, 1084, 1085, 1183, 1201, 1256, 1272, 1287, 1388,
1472,1473, 2186, 2742, 2759, 2787, 2791, 3433, 3922

Cottam, Clarence, Chief, Division of Wildlife Research, Fish & Wildlife Service-995, 998, 1000, 1541, 2745

Cotter, William H., Jr.-3850, 3851, 3852, 3853

COTTON-141, 142

COUGHLAN, JACK-696

"COULD THIS HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH OUR HOUSING DIFFICULTIES?" CARTOON BY J.
DARLING-1466

"COULDNIT WE WAIT TO SEE HOW IT WOUKS ON COUSIN JONATHAN?" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-1528

Council Bluffs Nonpareil-2291, 2350, 2353, 2354, 2414

COUNCIL OF SPORTSMAN'S CLUBS OF MASSACHUSETTS-3357

Council of Sprotsman's Clubs of Massachusetts-3353

Courier Journal-3238

Cowles, Gardner, Jr., Associate Publisher, Des Moines Register & Tribune-99, 101, 344, 1983,
2031, 2042, :31, 100, 112, 343, 345, 409, 1338, 1351, 2030

COWLES, GARDNER, JR. "MIKE"-73-75, 99, 102, 155, 235, 324, 332, 363, 407, 586, 587, 624, 722, 1556, 2008, 2280

Cowles, Gardner, Sr.-99, 102, 402-408, :96, 97, 118, 332

COWLES, GARDNER, SR.-13, 118, 217, 218, 586, 626, 1139, 1351, 2008, 2282

COWLES, GARDNER, SR., MRS.-403, 407

Cowles, John-98, 103, 124, 347, 630, :13, 123, 346, 348, 629, 1139

COWLES, JOHN, PUBLISHER MINNEAPOLIS STAR-JOURNAL AND THE MINNEAPOLIS
TRIBUNE-19, 96, 99, 102, 343, 407, 722, 1708, 2008

COYLE, DAVID CUSHMAN-4000

Crabe, M.B., Publisher, Eagle Grove Eagle-:1339

CRABE, M.B.-1361

CRAIG, A.K., MAYOR, SHERIDAN, WYOMING-4111

CRAIGER, SID-34, 35

CRANBROOK SCHOOL, BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MICHIGAN-761

CRANDALL, HARRISON R.-4119

CRANDALL, WILLARD-3380

CRANE, DR.-913, 914

Crane, Jacob-105, 117, :104, 116

CRANE, JACOB L.-285

CRANE, JOCELYN-465, 644

CRARY, EVANS-2837

CRACEN, THOMAS-522

CRAWFORD, GENE-2921

Crawford, G.I., Predatory Bird Trapper, Colorado Game & Fish Commission-2565

Crawford, L.C., Chairman, Conservation of Resources Committee, Iowa Post-war Rehabilitation
Commission-857

Crawford, L.C., District Engineer, USDI-:347, 856

CRAWFORD, L.C.-854, 1031, 1212, 1213

CRAWFORD, M.C.-3088

Credle, F.X.- 4050, :4051

CRIME PREVENTION-2987

CROCKER, RICHARD T.-3278, 3312, 3317

CROCKETT, DAVID-3986

CROMWELL, JOE I.-3801

CROSBY, JESSE-3379, 3401

Crosby, H.M., Mrs. S.V.R.-3346, :3345, 3347

CROSBY, H.M., MRS. S.V.R.-3282

CROSS, MRS. FRED M.-3380

Cross, Wilbur L., Governor of Connecticut-:2694

Crow, A.H., Editor, Rocky Mountain National Fur Growers Association-2606, :2604

"THE CRUISE OF THE BOUNCING BETSY" BY J. DARLING-798, 800, 981

Crutch-field, Charles-120, 122, :119, 121

CUASEY, JAMES H.-108

Culbertson, Ely-334, :333

CULLER-413

Cumming, Alice Mckee-3080, 3081

Cumming School of Art-3080, 3081

Cummings, Dexter-2977

CUMMINGS, DEXTER-2977

CUNNINGHAM, BILL-487, 488

Cunningham, Paul Harvey, U.S. Representative (Iowa)-686, :684, 485

Curran, John L.-3845, 3847, 3848, :3846, 3849

CURRAN, JOHN L.-3323, 3324, 3333, 3610, 3675

Curtis Companies Inc., Clinton, Iowa-2226, 2322, 2376

Curtis, George, L.-2226, 2322, 2327, 2376, 2377, :2309

CURTIS, HARRY-3379

CURTIS , PERRY-3401

Cutter, John-1341 1967, :1340, 1966

CUYAHOGA COUNTY CONSERVATION COUNCIL, CLUBS AFFILIATED WITH-3742

Cuyahoga County Conservation Council-3741, 3742

CUYAHOGA COUNTY CONSERVATION COUNCIL-3739, 3750


D
DAIRYING-645-648

DAKOTA WALTONIAN-3879

DAKOTAS, WILDLIFE REFUGES-593, 594

DALE, F. HINER-3801

DALE, TOM-1022

DALKE, PAUL D.-3521, 3522

Dalke, Paul D.-1491, 3847

Dalke, Paul D., Leader, Idaho Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, Fish & Wildlife Service-1492

Dallas Ornithological Society-3952

Damkohler, E.E., Captain-90, 92, :89, 91

DAMKOHLER, E.E., CAPTAIN-71, 72

Dana, Marshall N., Editor, Oregon Journal-1487, 1488, :1486

DANA COUNTY WILDLIFE ASSOCIATION, MADISON, WISCONSIN,CERTIFICATE OF
MEMBERSHIP-4060

DARLING, FRANK W. (BROTHER OF JAY)-314, 577, 811, 993
DARLING, JAY N.-110, 288, 296, 297, 321, 322, 339, 340, 445, 505, 519, 520, 570, 641, 691-693, 1831, 1833, 1862, 2834, 2837, 2857, 2858, 2861, 2874, 2885, 2896, 2935, 2942-2944, 2959, 2973, 2995, 3016, 3019, 3023, 3027, 3038, 3057, 3094, 3097, 3104, 3111, 3129, 3144, 3152, 3153, 3158, 3161, 3169, 3194, 3195, 3202, 3205, 3264, 3278, 3287, 3309, 3316, 3361, 3368, 3370, 3376, 3379, 3390, 3433, 3448, 3467, 3468, 3473, 3499, 3522, 3541, 3544, 3566, 3582, 3584, 3599, 3606, 3607, 3609, 3610, 3615, 3616, 3617, 3618, 3622, 3625, 3631, 3632, 3635, 3685, 3688, 3712, 3741, 3749, 3754, 3775, 3801, 3803, 3812, 3829, 3842, 3847, 3854, 3865, 3894, 3899, 3930, 3932, 3934, 3938, 3960, 3962, 4000, 4011, 4013, 4028, 4031, 4033, 4034, 4035, 4062,4081, 4083, 4099, 4107, 4108, 4109, 4111, 4115

DARLTNG, JAY N., AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION-498, 588, 597, 811, 882, 981, 1097, 1256, 1309, 1335, 1377, 1384, 1495,1521, 1746, 1891

DARLING, JAY N., CARTOONS-408, 551, 552, 558, 636, 637, 1260, 1422, 1423, 1981, 1982

DARLING, JAY N., CARTOONS, READERS' SUGGESTIONS-484, 485, 491, 492, 1260, 1515, 1953, 1978, 2287, 2532

DARLING, JAY N., CARTOONS, STYLE-233, 596, 731, 1424, 1425, 1443

DARLING, JAY N., CARTOONS, "ADD CIRIME WAVE"-1113-1124, 1134, 1135, 1204, 1205, 1222, 1223, 1226, 1227, 1767, 1785-1830

DARLING, J.N., ARTICLE "ALL HOLDS BARRED"-4079

DARLING, JAY N., CARTOONS, "ANESTHETIZING THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY"-41

Darling, Jay N. CARTOONS-

"ARE YOU SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT ADDRESS"-422, 4235 424

"AS WE FOUND THEM-AS WE LEAVE THEM"-3879 "AS LAND GOES,SO GOES
MAN"-986-988

"AT LAST"-428-430

"BANK ROBBERS-LITTLE AND BIG"-3281

"THE BORROWED CAR"-1151, 1152

"BRING THE TRUTH HOME TO US"-420-422, 423

"BUNDLE OF STICKS"-844, 855

"BUT TRY TO PERSUADE ANY POLITICIAN TO DO ANYTHING ABOUT IT"-836, 837

"BYRNES' TROUBLES"(SEC. OF STATE) EXACT TITLE UNKNOWN-910

"CHANGING COSTUME FOR THE NEXT ACT"-473, 474

"CONSERVATION--A TYPOGRAPHICAL ERROR"-4062

"THE CONSERVATION INTERESTS CAN GET WHAT THEY NEED IF THEY WILL
PULL TOGETHER"-3240, 3241, 32423 4074

"CONSERVATION OR POVERTY?"-3921, 3938

"COULD THIS HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH OUR HOUSING DIFFICULTIES?"-1466

"COULDN'T WE WAIT TO SEE HOW IT WORKS ON COUSIN JONATHAN?"-1528

"DON'T BLAME FACTORIES FOR ALL THE UNEMPLOYMENT"-699

"EXERCISING THE FAMILY PET"-2299

"FLOWER LOVERS"-3876

"GOING THE INDIAN ONE BETTER"-3281, 4062

"GULLIVAR AND THE LILLIPUTIANS"-654, 655

"HARBINGER OF FALL"-1362, 1363

"HE'LL STILL BEAR WATCHING"-907, 908

"HELPING WILLIE FREEZE THE ICE CREAM"-731

"HER SECOND HONEYMOON"-906, 908

"HOW CAN ANYONE THINK OF HIS OWN PROFITS, WAGES, HOURS, OR
POLITICAL GAIN THESE DAYS?"-236, 237, 273-275, 420-422, 424

"HOW WE FORCED GERMANY INTO THE WAR- AT LEAST THAT IS WHAT HE
TOLD HIS MOTHER"-521, 522

"IT'S A LONG WORM THAT HAS NO TURNING"-87, 88

"IT'S ALL MIXED AND READY TO SWALLOW"-425, 1528

"JUST A SUGGESTION"-154 "LONG LONG TRAIL"-213, 211, 1071, 1365, 2029

"LONG PAST BEDTIME"-649

"LOOK OUT, HERE COME THE NATURE LOVERS"-3876

"LUMBER CUT WORM"-1411, 1412

"MORE WATERFOWL"-3818

"NAVY DAY"-427, 493

"NOBODY'S BUSINESS"-3837

"ON TO WASHINGTON!"-3528

"ONE BATTLE THAT WILL NOT BE OVER WHILE LIFE AND MEMORY LAST"-395, 396

"150, 000, 000 DUCKS AND ALL OUR SHELLS AND GAS GONE TO WAR"-426

"ONE MORE MOUTH TO FEED"-1511, 1512

"OUR OLD HUNTING OUTFIT"-1504-1506

"OUTLINE OF HISTORY" (RADIO BROADCAST)-1469, 4074

"PARADISE LOST"-2931 "PLAYING WITH FIRE"-351, 352

"SAID THE MAN TO HIS WON SHADOW"-731

"SIR WALTER RALEIGH THE SECOND"-909

SOCIALIZED MEDICINE (TITLE UNKNOWN)-500

"SOMETIME THESE BOYS OUGHT TO GET TOGETHER"-1394, 1395

"STRANGE THAT RATS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FIRST TO DISCOVER IT"-897, 898

CARTOON ON STREAM POLLUTION-3879

TEDDY ROOSEVELT, U.S. ARMY, FRANCE, WWI (TITLE UNKNOWN)-482, 483

"THAT WE NEED AWAKENING WILL BE NEWS TO SEVERAL MILLION
HOUSEHOLDS"-1976

"THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY OUT"-649

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

"THIS GOES FOR DAM BUILDERS, TOO"-3527

"TIME TO CALL OUT THE OLD GUARD"-3877

"TIME TO TAKE AN INVENTORY OF CUR PANTRY"-3281, 3282, 4074

"THE UNHARNESSED FORCES OF CONSERVATION" (ADDRESS)-3544, 3643,
4052

"UNSEEMLY EXPOSURE"-1544, 1545

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

"WASHINGTON LOOKS AT THE MANPOWER SHORTATE SITUATION-189, 190

Wendell Willkie cartoon (title unknown)-1732

"WE NEVER MISS THE WATER 'TILL THE WELL RUNS DRY"-1209, 1237, 1238

"WHAT A PLACE FOR A WASTE PAPER SALVAGE CAMPAIGN"-397, 1976, 1993,
2015

"WHAT A PLACE FOR A WASTE PAPER SALVAGE CAMPAIGN"-SEE ALSO,
PULITZER PRIZE, 1943

"WHEN THE GOVERNMENT SOCIALIZES MEDICINE"-1528

"WHILE WE ARE LOOKING FOR AN OPPORTUNITY TO HELP"-649

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

"WHY CALL THEM SPORTSMEN?"-3281

WORLD WAR II - WAITING PARENTS (TITLE UNKNOWN)-2265, 2266

"THE WORLDS HIGHEST PRICE FOR GASOLINE"-137, 318

CONSERVATION OUTLINE-140-142

"THE CRUISE OF THE BOUNCING BETSY"-798, 800, 981

"DING GOES TO RUSSIA"-269, 270, 363, 364, 468, 469, 981

ETCHINGS-238-241, 347, 348, 967, 1578

"HUNTING AND FISHING - WHERE TO NOW"-3390, 3393
"WHERE TO NOW?" (FILMS)-911

"DARLING HITS RECLAMATION AS GRAVE WILDLIFE THREAT"-2923

"LET'S MAKE IT AGAIN A LAND O'PLENTY"-

"MAN'S BLIND ATTACK ON NATURE" (ARTICLE)-1622

"POVERTY OR CONSERVATION, YOUR NATIONAL PROBLEM" (PAMPHLET)-694, 734, 735, 737, 378, 754, 805, 806, 826, 834, 835, 838, 851, 863, 873, 874, 983, 896, 931, 932, 968, 970, 1021, 1232, 1234, 1481

"THE PROBLEM OF WILDLIFE CONSERVATION" (ADDRESS)-1859

"PROGRESS OF CIVILIZATION"-2511 PULITZER PRIZE CONGRATS- 1943-1943, 1946, 1948, 1950, 1952, 1954, 1959, 1961, 1963, 1965, 1967, 1969,1972, 1975, 1976, 1980, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1991, 1993, 1995,1996, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015, 2017,2019, 2021, 2023, 2025, 2027, 2029, 2033, 2035, 2035, 2039, 2041, 2042, 2042, 2044, 2046, 2048, 2050, 2051, 2052, 2053, 2054, 2055, 2056, 2058,2062, 2064, 2066, 2068, 2074

PULITZER PRIZE CONGRAT ACKNOWLEDGMENTS-1944, 1945, 1947, 1949, 1951, 1955, 1956, 1960, 1962, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1971, 1974, 1979, 1981, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1997, 1998, 2001,2003, 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018, 2020, 2022, 2024, 2026,2028, 2032, 2034, 2037, 2038, 2040, 2043, 2045, 2047, 2049, 2057, 2061,2063, 2065, 2067

RETIREMENT-534, 536, 539, 1516, 1552, 1956, 1960, 1968, 1971, 1974, 1977-2043, 2047, 2056, 2057

SIGNATURE-119, 120, 131, 197

SOLLICITATIONS TO (AS CARTOONIST)-235, 355, 356, 379, 383, 3843 386, 390,
392, 393, 649, 677, 678, 758, 760, 762, 7645 766, 768, 939, 1077, 1173, 1303, 1343, 1142, 1518,1530, 1948, 1970

SOLLICITATIONS TO (AS A CONSERVATIONIST)-388, 510, 565, 615, 1036, 1341, 1599, 1600, 1602, 1604, 1606, 1608, 1609, 1612, 1614, 1616, 1618, 1620, 1622, 1623, 1625, 1627, 1629, 1631, 1633, 1635, 1637, 1639, 1641, 1643, 1645, 1645, 1447, 1648, 1651, 1863, 1917, 2682

"SPEAKING OF FLOOD CONTROL"-1052, 1232

"TOO MANY DAMNS CAN THWART FLOOD CONTROL SAME AS TOO MUCH DRAINAGE" (ARTICLE)-1034, 1035

"WHAT IS CONSERVATION" (ARTICLE)-137, 138, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146

DARLING, JOHN, DR. (SON)-134, 213, 1009, 2529, 3209, 3994

DAVENPORT, DONALD H., CHIEF, EMPLOYMENT & OCCUPATIONAL BRANCH, U.S. BUREAU
OF LABOR STATISTICS-537

Davis, C.K., PRES., REMINGTON ARMS CO.-1421, 2070, 2466, :990, 1420, 2465, 2469

DAVIS, C.K.-1489, 1490, 254, 100, 101, 602, 706, 707, 723, 727

DAVIS COUNTY (IOWA) WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3118, 3119

Davis, Chester C., President, Federal Reserve Bank, St. Louis-692, :691, 860, 861

DAVIS, CHESTER C.-736, 794, 990, 1004, 1277, 2778

DAVIS, ELMER-344

Davis, F.H.-3193

DAVIS, HENRY PL-2980, 3154, 3155, 3257, 3399, 3460, 3468, 3609, 3610, 3685, 3822, 3837,3966, 4108, 4125

Davis, Henry P., Secretary, American Wildlife Institute-:1575, 1577-1580, 1584, 1588, 1593, 1869,
1887, 1898, 3264, 3821, 4124

Davis, Henry P., Sec'y, American Wildlife Institute, & Business Manager, Nat'l Wildlife Federation-
1576, 1585, 1586, 1587, 1589, 1868, 4123

DAVIS, HENRY, BUSINESS MANAGER, NATIONAL W. FEDERATION-693, 704, 706, 707, 723, 727, 861, 886, 1592, 1894, 1930

DAVIS, HUGH-3803

DAVIS, WILLIAM G.-3528

DAMSON, C. BEVERLY, JR.-3714

DAVISON, GEORGE-3801

DAVISON, VERNE E.-3880

DAWSON, ALLAN-460, 461

DAY, ALBERT M., DIRECTOR, FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE-113, 373, 699, 705, 708, 710, 995, 1074, 1082, 1084, 1087, 1105, 1171, 1183, 1198, 1201, 1256, 1257, 1270, 1271, 1274, 1334, 1388, 1401, 1402, 1472, 1473, 1736

Day, Albert M.-1419, 2731, 2732, 2739, 2740, :847, 991, 1418, 2730, 2735

Day, Newell C.-3034, 3036, :2992, 3035

DAY, NEWALL C.-3006

Dayton Journal Herald-:1061

DDT-942, 943, 945, 995-999, 1136, 1137

DeLa Barre, Cecil F.-4018, 2, 3, 3566, 3610, 4013, 4014, 4038

DEALY, TED-122

Dean, Graham M, Publisher, Reno Newspapers-1423, :1422

DEARBORN, DR. NED-3235

DEARMAN, W.F.-3468, 3469, 3471, 3474, 3475, 3476, 3478, 3479, 3480, 3481, 3506, 3508

Decorah Journal-1116, :1115

DEER-2803, 2804, 4080

DEES, TOMMY-704

DEFENCE, SMALL ARMS PLANT-100, 101

DEFENCE DEPT., MISMANAGEMENT-67, 68

DEFICIT SPENDING-298, 300

Delta (Manitoba) Waterfowl Research Station-1397, :1398

Demeritt, Dwight B.-3312, 3316, :3313, 3315

DEMERITT, D.B., PROFESSOR OF FORESTRY, U. OF MAINE-3278, 3309, 3317

D'Emo, Leon-88, 318, 320, 2027, :87, 317, 319, 2020

Dempster, Ryland N.-3259

Denmead, Talbott-3247, 3257, 3275, :3274

DENMEAD, TALBOTT-3267, 3609, 3708

Denman, G.K.-4003, :4004

DENNIS, JOHN B.-1252

DENNISON, R.V.(RICHARD)-3213

Dental Items of Interest Publishing Co.-637

DENTAL ITEMS OF INTEREST PUBLISHING CO.-637

Denver Post-1920, 2605, 2649

DENVER POST-2635, 2636, 2642

DEPRESSION (ECONOMIC)-1533

DERN-LONERGAN CONFERENCE-3201

DEROPRISTIS INFLATA-335-337

DES MOINES, AIR POLLUTION-69

Des Moines, Chamber of Commerce-748, :747

DES MOINES, CITY PLAN COMMISSION-248, 747, 1296

DES MOINES, CONSERVATION SURVEY-141

Des Moines,Convention Bureau-350

DES MOINES,DINNER CLUB-323, 324

Des Moines, Greater Des Moines Committee-1150

DES MOINES, HOME FOR THE AGED-112, 332

Des Moines, Junior Chamber of Commerce-70, :69

DES MOINES LEADER (1899)-1521-1526

DES MOINES, MUSEUM AND LITTLE THEATRE-112, 332, 1296

Des Moines, Parks Dept.-:1297

Des Moines Pioneer Club-1294

DES MOINES, POST-WAR PLANNING COMMITTEE-747, 748

DES MOINES PUBLIC LIBRARY-85, 86

DES MOINES, PUBLIC SCHOOLS-65, 1142, 1296

Des Moines, Public Schools, Board of Education-:1296

Des Moines Register and Tribune-99, 102, 402-408, :31, 616, 639, 1299

DES MOINES REGISTER AND TRIBUNE-96, 97, 99, 132, 133, 189-190, 235, 244, 332, 380, 402,
404-408, 573, 626, 722, 891, 1293, 1371, 1449, 1450, 1508, 1509,1524-1526, 2008

DES MOINES, RESEVOIR AND DAM-470

DES MOINES RIVER-435, 583, 384, 1031

DES MOINES, RIVER DAM-377

DES MOINES, RIVER PROJECT-3191

Des Moines River Valley Project-584

DES MOINES, SAYLOR WOODS-1149, 1150

DES MOINES, SCENIC HIGHWAY-69, 747

DES MOINES, SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT-1141, 1207

DES MOINES, SMALL ARMS PLANT-100, 101, 577

Des Moines, Water Works-:481

WATER WORKS (DES MOINES)-1031

DES MOINES WATER WORKS LAKE-481, 917

DES MOINES, ZONING-69

"DESERTS ON THE MARCH" BY SEARS, PAUL-452, 505, 888, 892

DETROIT, MICHIGAN-948, 1164

Detroit Audubon Club-947-949

DETROIT FREE PRESS-3396

Detroit Free Press-1990, 3396-3398

DETROIT SPORTSMEN'S CONGRESS-3378, 3410

DEVANE, CLAUDE L., DISTRICT FORESTER, FOREST SERVICE-1229-1231

Dever, W.L.-2167

DEVIL'S NEST (REPORT)-3636, 3638, 3639, 3640, 3641

DEWEL, W.C., EDITOR, ALGONA ADVANCE-97, 99, 406

Dewey, Charles A., Judge, U.S. District Court-322, :321

DEWEY, THOMAS E., GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK-697, 704, 722, 723, 745, 746, 875-881, 893,
1462, 1484, 1511, 1512,1531, 1532, 1535-1537

DEWEY INCIDENT, MANILLA-57

DE YOUNG, RUTH-2987

DIARIO LATINO (SNASALVADOR)-184, 185

DICK, W.H.-3067

DICKINSON, L.J.-3162

Dickey, Carl J.-2817, :2816, 2819

DICKEY, CARL-2813, 2814

Dickey, Herman S.-4019, 4020

DICKEY, HERMAN-4013, 4016, 4017

DICKINSON, LESTER JESSE, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE AND U.S. SENATOR (IOWA)-891

DICTAPHONES-1489-1490

Dieffenbach, Rudolph, Chief, Hand Surrey Division, Fish & Wildlife Survey-1133, 2907, :1132, 2881,
2886, 2905, 2908, 2909

DIEFFENBACH, RUDOLPH, CHIEF, LAND SURVEY DIVISION, FISH & WILDLIFE SURVEY-276,
917, 2876, 2908, 2909, 2915

DILG, WILL-693, 861, 1349, 1350

DILL, MALCOLM H.-43, 44

DILLMAN, GROVER C.-3375

Dillou, Roy-:316

"DING GOES TO RUSSIA" BY J. DARLING-269, 270, 363, 364, 468, 469, 981

DINOFLAGELLATE, GONYAULAX ALASKENSIS-2718, 2760

DINOFLAGELLATE INFESTATION (GONYAULAS CATELNELLA)-2701-2705, 2725, 2726, 2729,
2746, 2748, 2750, 2752, 2760, 2778

DINOFLAGELLATE (GYMNODINIUM-BREVIS)-2706-2708, 2724, 2727, 2732, 2734, 2738, 2750,
2752, 2760, 2765, 2767, 2777, 2778

DINOFLAGELLATE, GYMNODINIUM SPLENDENS-2718, 2750, 2760

DISNEY, WALT-7, 8, 2287

DITMARS, RAYMOND L. "STRANGE ANIMALS I HAVE MET"-3576

DIXON-3565

Dixon, Joseph S., Field Naturalist, National Park Service-2537

DIXON, JOSEPH-2542, 2544, 2593

Dixon, Dr. Robert K.-2625, 2632, 2636, :2624, 2635

Dmitri, Ivan,-See West, Levon

Dodd, Mead & Co.-927, :926

Dodge, M. Hartley (Marcy), Chairman of the Board, Remington Arms-326, 1490, 2041, :325, 1489,
1846, 2040

DODGE, MARCY, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, REMINGTON ARMS-2, 3, 41, 222, 414, 722, 723,
724, 727, 729, 749, 751

DOERING, OTTO, FORMER PRESIDENT, IZAAK WALTON LEAGUE-523

DOLLIVER, JAMES ISAAC, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE (IOWA)-563, 877

Dolliver, James Isaac-1494, :1493

DOLLIVER, JOHATHAN PRENTISS, U.S. REPRESEMATIVE AND U.S. SENATOR (IOWA)-1012

Dominick, Gayer G.-:694

Donaldson, Mrs. John W., Chairman, Conservation Committee, Garden Clubs of America-:989

DONOVAN, BILL, COLONEL-127

"DON'T BLAME FACTORIES FOR ALL THE UNEMPLOYMENT" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-699

DOOLITTLE, WILL O.-3801

DOREMUS, T.E.-2981

Doremus, T.E., TREASURER, AMERICAN WILDLIFE INSTITUTE-2046, ::1580,1586, 1592, 2045

DOREMUS, TED, TREASURER, AMEPICAN WILDLIFE INSTITUTE-4, 707, 1897

Doubleday, Doran & Co.-615, :614, 695

Doud, Alden L.-1135, :1134, 1765

DOUGHTON, J. HORTON-518

DOUGHTON, ROBERT LEE, U.S. REPRESENTATIVE (N. CAROLINA)-517, 518

DOUGLAS-4109

DOWELL, RALPH-2454, 2456, 2464, 2471, 2472, 2478

Dowell, C.C.-3069

DOWELL, CLASSIUS C.-3080,3082

DOWLING, DAN, CARTOONIST, OMAHA WORLD-HERALD-327, 328

Downer, Jay-2021, :2020

DOWNS, JOHN-4106

Doxey, Tall, U.S. Representative (Mississippi)-1661

Drake, Carl J., Dr., Head, Department of Zoology & Entomology, Iowa State College, Ames-611, 613,
2166, :612

DRAKE, CARL J.-589,590, 904, 1130, 1264, 1285, 1740

DRAKE UNIVERSITY-112 , 332 , 542

Draper, Arthur-:1131

DRUMMOND ISLAND, MICHIGAN-515

DRURY, NEWTON-2902

Drury, Newton, Director, National Park Service-:635

DU CHAINE, WM.-3380

DU MONT, PHILIP-3562

DU MONT PHILIP, "BIRDS OF IOWA"-564

DU PONT, FELIX-472

DU FONT-2045

DUCK CONSERVATION-2979

"DUCK SHOOTING AND HUNTING SKETCHES", AWW HAZELTON,WILLIAM C.-

DUCK STAMPS-SEE NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION STAMP SALE

"DUCKS, GEESE AND SWANS OF NORTH AMERICA, THE" SEE KORTRIGHT, F.H. DUCKS,
LEAD POISONING BY SHOT-2453-2458, 2461-2471

DUCK REGULATIONS-3442, 3443, 3444, 4166

Ducks Unlimited-803, 1089

DUCKS UNLIMITED-471, 472, 609, 610, 693, 704, 721, 722, 723, 724, 1082, 1084, 1085, 1088, 1089, 1091, 1256, 1259, 1334, 1359, 1384, 1472, 1473, 2968, 2869, 3285, 3359

Duffy-2072

DUFFY, CARTOONIST, BALTIMORE-327

DUFFY-FITZPATRICK-233, 234

DUFRESNE, CHIEF, INFORMATION DIVISION, FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE-912

Dulany, George W., Jr., Secretary, Society for the Prevention of Calling Sleeping car porters
"George" & Pres., Eclipse Lumber Co., Clinton, IA-86, 1485, 2035, :85, 1484, 2034

DUMOND, FRANK L.-3380

DUNTON, L.H.-3609

Dupont, M.P.-3868

DUST BOWL-71, 89, 272, 959

Duttons, Inc.-520, :519

DWIGGINS, CLAIRE VICTOR-1538, 1539

Dwyer, John W.-3433, 3434, 3436

DYNES, MRS. O.W.-4054
 
E
EAGAN, LLOYD-3401, 3406

Eager, George T.-1988, :1987

Eager (ARIZONA)-3652

Eagle Grove (Iowa) Eagle-:1339

EAGLE GROVE EAGLE-1361

EARLE (GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA)-3834

EARTH WORM-314, 315, 607, 608, 826, 961

EAST, BEN-3406

Eaton, Edward E.-:3168

EATON-3609

EATON, EDWARD E.-3159, 3165, 3167

EATON, W.B.-598, 599

ECKERT, AMOS (IDAHO STATE GAME WARDEN)-2942, 2943

Eclipse Lumber Company, Clinton, Iowa-86, :85

ECOLOGICAL CHAIN-12, 506, 1738

EDEN, ANTHONY (? ), BRIT CABINET MEMBER-98

Ederer, B.F.-3464, :3465

EDGE, MRS. ROSALIE-2961, 3363, 3364

EDGE, MRS.-3818

Edge, Mrs. E.N. (Rosalie), Chairman, Emergency Conservation Committee-:604

Edison, Mrs. Thomas A. (Mina M.)-1684, 1716, 1720, 1721, :1665, 1685, 1686, 1728, 2913

EDISON, MRS. THOMAS A.-2885, 2908, 2909, 3189

PRESIDENT, CHAUTAUQUA BIRD & TREE CLUB-412, 1678, 1679, 1687, 1689, 1704, 1718, 1729

EDITOR AND PUBLISHER-405

EDITORIALS, PUBLIC OPINION, INFLUENCE ON-61, 62

EDMINSTER, F.C.-3722

Edmunds County Historical Association, Ipswich, S.Dak.-3888

EDMUNDSON ART MEMORIAL-332

Edson, Gus-2023, :2022

EDUCATION, VALUE OF-418, 419, 546, 547, 549, 597, 1318

EDUCATION, AS RELATES TO CONSERVATION-SEE, CONSERVATION EDUCATION

Edward K. Love Realty Co.-490

EDWARD K. LOVE WILDLIFE FOUNDATION-3521, 3524, 3525, 3527

EDWIN H. AND NELLIE M. RAUSENBERGER CONSERVATION FOUNDATION-3753

EGYPT-834, 867, 868

EHLKE, BILL-235

Eichenbaum, F.-3948, :3949

Eicher, Edward C.-3070

EICHER, EDWARD C.-3080, 3087, 3092, 3098, 3099

EIRMANN, GEORGE-656, 657, 661

EISENHOWER, DWIGHT DAVID, U.S. PRESIDENT-1462, 1495

Elbert, B.F. (KIP)-1091, 2052, :307, 309

ELBERT, B.F.-308, 1090

ELECTION, 1897-267

ELECTION, 1942-153-155, 191, 192, 366

ELECTION, 1944-544, 697, 698, 704, 711, 722, 745, 746, 797, 893

ELECTION, 1948-1462, 1463, 1484, 1498, 1499, 1511-1513, 1531, 1532, 1535-1537

Eley, H.G.-2468

ELEY, H.G., IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.-2465, 2467

ELK (IN WYOMING)-3213, 3214, 3215

ELK REFUGE-442, 497, 555-557, 1062

ELLIOTT, EUGENE B.-3375

ELLIOTT-2921

Elliott, Owen-:2293

ELLIS, DR.-413

Ellis, Melvin W., Superintendent, Iowa Dept. of Banking-2240, 2249, 2346, 2363, 2395, 2420

Ellis, Mel W.-:305

Ellison, W.D., Project Supervisor, USDA-311, :310

Elston, Hattie P.-313, 606, 2180, :312, 605, 27,79

ELWELL, E.L.-3963

Elwood, J.W., Founder, The Northwestern School of Taxidermy-610, :609

ELWOOD, P.H.-3010

Elwood, P.H.-2995

ELWOOD, P.H., REGIONAL PLANNER (OMAHA), US REGIONAL PLANNING SURVEY-43

ELWOOD, PHIL, DISTRICT DIRECTOR, NATIONAL RESOURCES PLANNING-165, 1297, 2169

Ely, Grosvenor-315, 608, :314, 607

ELY, GROSVENOR-831

Emergency Conservation Committee-:604

EMERGENCY RELIEF EFFORT-652

EMERSON, CLARENCE-3615, 3617, 3622

Emerson, E.W., President, Silver Lake Sportsmen's Club, Lake Park, Iowa-1417, :1416

Emery, Amos B.-2080, 2104, 2105, :2085, 2109

EMERY, AMOS-2091, 2100, 2107, 2108

Emmet County (Iowa) Conservation League-3193

EMMETSBURG, CHAMBER, OF COMMERCE-769

EMMETSBURG LAKE & PARK, NAME CONTEST-769-786

"EMMIGRANTS DIRECTORY, THE"-144

EMPLOYMENT-449, 450

ENGLISH, PAUL-3497

Ensign, Frank G., Asst.-General Treasurer, Beta Theta Pi-68, :2038

ENSIGN, FRANK-67, 597

ENVIRONMENT CONTROL-4072

EPPINGER-3610

Equitable Life Insurance Co. of Iowa-2241, 2321, 2360, 2431

ERASMUS-260, 264

EROISON-641-643, 836, 837, 1281, 1305, 1306, 1360, 2609, 2610

Erwin, Harry L.-3565

ESCHMEYER, R.W.-3381

ESTES, CLYDE-3995

ETHERIDGE, PROFESSOR, MISSOURI STATE COLLEGE OF AGRIC.-1318

EVANS-4008

EVANS, BETTY LEA-4015, 4016, 4017

"MAN WILL BE FED"-4033

EVANS, BOB-176

EVANS, CHICK-3609

EVANS, DAVE-3161

EVANS, W.A.-3918

EVERETT, FRED-368, 3610

Everglades National Park Association, Inc., The-635, 3794, 2821, :634

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK-634, 635, 829, 1078, 1093, 1095, 1106, 1216, 1217, 1252, 1288,
1374, 2794, 2795, 2797, 2820, 2821

"EVERYDAY BIOLOGY" BY CURTIS, CALDWELL, & SHERMAN-370

ERVING, FRITZ-1585

"EXERCIZING THE FAMILY PET" CARTOON BY J. DARLING-2299

 
F
Fackenthal, Frank D., Provost, Columbia University-619, 2015, :2014

Fairfield (Iowa) Daily Ledger-1444, :1445

FAMINE-212, 409

FARLEY, JAMES A., U.S. POSTMASTER GENERAL-297, 399

FARLEY, JIM-3499

FARM BUREAU-693

FARM FEDERATION, DAVENPORT CHAPTER-2225

Farm Journal-1514, :1513

FARM JOURNAL-831, 832, 1254

FARM PRICES-119, 120,

FARM SECURITY ADMINISTRATION-81

FARM SUBSIDIES-1254

FARMING METHODS-831, 832, 1031

FARNHAM, JOHN-563

Farquhar, John W.-397

FARRAND, ART-3609

FARRELL, CHARLES-3609

Faxon, R.H.-3943

FAY, (DEAN)-3174

Fechner, Robert, Administrator, Civilian Conservation Corps-2093, 2097, 2098, 2101, :2087, 2094, 2096

FECHNER, ROBERT-2080, 2085, 2088, 2091, 2095, 2099, 2100, 2102, 2106, 2110, 2128, 3540,
4010, 4038

FEDERAL AID BILL FOR CONSERVATION (WILDLIFE)-3076, 3103, 3603, 3125, 4040, 4093,
4094, 3219, 3220, 3223

FEDERAL CARTRIDGE COMPANY-602, 2473

FEDERAL COOPERATIVE FUND-2982

FEDERAL POWER COMMISSION-824

FEDERAL SCHOOL OF CORRESPONDENCE, MINNEAPOLIS-763

FEDERAL SOIL CONSERVATION SERVICE-3191

FEDERAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION-3104, 3126

FEDERATED RHODE ISLATD, SPORTSMEN'S CLUBS-3855

Directory, 1937-

FEDERATED SPORTSMEN'S CLUBS OF MAINE-3286, 3287

FEENEY, MRS. A.J.-3005

FELDMAN, CHARLIE-235

FEES, ARTHUR-3278, 3286, 3288, 3306

FELTON-1379

Felton, W.F.-:3051

FELTY, FREDERICK C.-3963

Fenton, George W. ("Nunc")-:67, 212, 597

FERGUSON-4

Ferrier, Ben-1631, :1630

FERRIS, WAYNE-3022, 3057

Ferris, Wayne-3041, 3046, :3028, 3045, 3051

FERTILIZER-1321

FETZER, (GRINNELL COLLEGE)-416

"A FEW BRASS TACKS" BY LOUIS BROMFIELD-1161, 1165, 1166

Field and Stream-469, 1213, :1145, 1212

FIELD AND STREAM-625, 716, 811, 1145, 1146, 1359

FIELD DAY, 4th ANNUAL, KOSSUTH COUNTY CONSERVATION LEAGUE-3176, 3180

FIELDS AND STREAMS OF MICHIGAN-3368

Finch, Wilbur W.-1602, :1601

FINFROCK, C.M.-3741, 3747, 3749, 3750, 3753

Finfrock, Mrs. C.M. (Zoe Ellen)-3738

FINK-3265

FINK, O.E. (OLLIE)-3741, 3744

Fink, Ollie E., Executive Secretary, Friends of the Land-1144, 1148, 3754, :1142, 1143, 1147

Finley, William L., Vice-President, Nat'l Wildlife Federation & Izaak Walton League of America, Inc.-
66, 216, 223, :65, 215, 222

FINLEY, WILLIAM L., V.-PRESIDENT, NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION-2, 276, 1898, 2502,
3609, 3610

FINLEY, WILLIAM L.-2957, 3807, 3830, 3831, 3850

FIRE EQUIPMENT-1229-1231

First National Bank, Spirit Lake, Iowa-2235

FIRST NORTH AMERICAN WILDLIFE CONFERENCE-3195

FISCAL POLICY, U.S. GOV'T-298, 300, 420, 421, 538, 539

FISH-2701-2703, 2706, 2713, 2714, 2716-2718, 2720, 2721, 2722, 2726, 2729, 2737, 2738, 183, 211, 216, 222, 223, 268, 412, 413, 469, 481, 512, 513, 636, 638, 640, 989, 996, 1042, 1043, 1131, 1134, 1199, 1201-1203, 1210, 1220, 1221, 1378, 1421, 1459, 2166, 2168

FISH, CHARLES J.-3850, 3853, 3854

FISH, COOKING-611-613, 617, 618, 625

FISH-SEE ALSO, FLORIDA, ACQUATIC RESOURCES

Fish & Game Conservation Association of Anne Arundel County, Maryland-3261

FISH & GAME CONSERVATION ASSOCIATION OF ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY, MARYLAND-3261

FISH AND GAME DIGEST-3359

FISH LIFE, DESTRUCTION OF, BY POWER INTERESTS-3429, 3430, 3432

FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE-1406, 1459, 1472, 1473, 1476, 2704, 2715, 2882, 2898, 2905, 2906, 2908, 2909

Fish and Wildlife Service USDI-2706, 2728, 2731, 2832, 2740, 2741, 2742, 2845, 2746, 2752, 2760, 2764, 2779, 2781, 2876, 2907, 413, 567, 568, 594, 742, 743, 883, 995, 996, 998-1000, 1106, 1133, 1182, 1215, 1217, 1219, 1271, 1291, 1437, 1669, 1963,2175, 2182, 2185, 2186, :211, 412, 486, 593, 741, 882, 991, 917, 1001, 1020, 1044, 1090, 1092, 1132, 1180, 1181, 1214, 1216, 1218, 1220, 1221, 1270, 1286-1288, 1290, 1333, 1334, 1438, 1439, 1670, 2174, 2181, 2184, 2191-FISH
AND WILDLIFE SERVICE USDI, FORMERLY

BIOLOGICAL SURVEY-29, 91, 113, 115, 130, 141, 183, 208, 224, 239, 249, 276, 277, 316, 359, 387, 412, 421, 429, 471, 479, 481, 486, 494, 495, 513, 558, 566, 590, 598, 602, 609, 611, 682, 684, 699, 704-707, 709, 718, 729, 737, 828, 882, 883, 892, 951, 1074, 1078, 1082-1084, 1087, 1105, 1106, 1137, 1197, 1198, 1201, 1289, 1323, 1400, 1401

ADVISORY BOARD, PROPOSED-704, 806, 707, 709, 710

HISTORY-1256-1259

REFUGE DIVISION-1340

FISH HATCHERY, SALT WATER FISH, FORT MYERS, FLORIDA-71, 72, 89-92, 905

Fisher Governor, Co., Marshalltown, Iowa-2397, 2428

FISHERIES, BUREAU OF (LATER, FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE)-29, 91, 710, 1078, 1105, 1252,
1270-1275, 1277, 1287, 1325, 1333, 1334, 1388, 1390, 1396. 1399, 1402, 1403, 1459, 3610

FISHERMEN, COMMERCIAL-71, 216, 222, 223, 515, 710, 1021, 1198, 1396

"THE FISHES OF IOWA" BY SETH MEEK-564

FISHING TACKLE, EXCISE TAX-814, 815

Fitzhough, Alex, Executive Director, Greater Des Moines Committee-1150, :1149

FITZPATRICK, CARTOONIST (?)-1358

FITZSIMMONS, J.R. (JPHN)-2995, 2998

Fitzsimmons, Sam D., Mayor, Fort Myers, Fla.-72, :71

FITZSIMMONS, SAM D.-89, 92

FIVE ISLAND LAKE (EMMETSBURG, IA.)-769-786, 1048

FLAG, U.S.-440, 441

FLAGG, HENRY W.-3923, 3925, 3959, 3962, 3963

Flagg, Henry W.-3942

FLANNAGAN, JOHN WILLIAM, JR., U.S. REPRESETTATIVE (VIR.)-1078

FLEISCHHAUER, A.B.-3401

Fleishel, M.L.-2884, :2892

Fleming, Fred D.-2579, :2575

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

Flicek, Jerry-3421, 3422, 3424, 3426, :3423, 3425, 3427

FLOOD CONTROL-992, 1030, 1031, 1034, 1035, 1037, 1052, 1080, 1109-1112, 1145, 1188-1190, 1199, 1243, 1244, 1275, 1276, 1281, 1305, 1394, 1395, 1459, 1480, 1507, 1558, 1559, 1739, 2538

FLORIDA

AQUATIC RESOURCES-2706, 2713, 2714, 2716, 2719, 2720-2722, 2725, 2726, 2729, 2738, 2750, 2769, 2776, 2701-2703 872, 901, 937, 1078, 1137,1201, 1252, 1268, 1270-1273, 1274, 1277, 1286, 1317, 1322-2327, 1328, 1333, 1334, 1384, 1388, 1390, 1393, 1396, 1399, 1403, 1406, 1407, 1413, 1415, 118, 1419

BIRDS-818, 819, 1078, 1096, 1183, 1253, 1288, 1438

FLORIDA CONSERVATION COUNCIL-2820, 2822

FLORIDA CONSERVATION FEDERATION-787, 789, 1196

Florida, Executive Department (Tallahassee)-2877, 2889, 2899, 2903, 2904

FLORIDA FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION, MEETING 1938-2490, 2491

FLORIDA-

INDIAN MOUNDS-818, 819

WILDLIFE-224, 812, 872, 901, 902, 1093, 1102, 1126, 1196, 1438, 1439

Florida Wildlife Federation-2834, 2835, 2839, 2840

FLORIDA WILDLIFE FEDERATION-749, 813, 899, 1078, 2832, 2839

FLORISTS HORTICULTURAL EXCHANGE-890

FLOWERS-247

FLUCTUATION OF WATERS-3428, 3429, 3431, 3432

Flynn, Thomas O'B.-:4044

Flynn Dairy Co , Des Moines-646-648, :645

FLYNN DAIRY COMPANY-647, 648

FOLEY, JOHN R.-3438, 3440, 3442, 3444

Foley, John R.-3454

Follin, Maynard D.-1990, :1989

FOOD CHAIN-SEE ECOLOGICAL CHAIN

FOOD CONFERENCE, 1943 (ATLANTIC CITY)-422, 424

FOOD SHORTAGE-229, 528, 656, 657, 664-668

Foote, James A. Executive Secretary, National Parks Association-2574, :2573

FORBES-373, 1317

FORBES LITHOGRAPH COMPANY-4

Ford, Francis, M.D. "Rocky"-:1413

FORD, HENRY-669, 670

Ford, Thomas A., Alabama State Director, County Conservation Planning-2479, 2483-2486

FOREIGN AID-959

FOREIGN COMMERCE-461, 462

FOREIGN POLICY-1014, 1015

FORESMAN, B.L.-3401, 3406, 3407, 3610

Foresman, B.L. (Bob), Director, General Wildlife Federation, Region Seven-3370-3380, 3409, 3446,
3447, :3382, 3384

FOREST CITY, IOWA (GAME AND WILD ANIMALS)-3190

FOREST FIRES-3900, 3901

FOREST SERVICE USDA-141, 142, 143, 144, 249, 2503 442, 559, 560, 609, 858, 1179, 1238,
1759, 2538, 3594, 3606, 4012, 29, 78, 81

Forest Service USDA-1231, 1697, 1701, 1722, :1229, 1230, 1681

Forests-1055

Wisconsin Chapter-524, 1054, 1057

Forests, Wisconsin Chapters-:1052, 1053, 1056, 1058

FORESTS (NAT'L ORGANIZATION)-523, 524, 1052-1058

FORESTS-SEE TREES, SEE ALSO LUMBER

Forrest, Wilbur-603, :602

Forsyth Wildlife Club, Winston-Salem, N. Carolina-932, :931

Fort, Elbridge A., Chairman, Des Moines Junior Chamber of Commerce-70, :69

FORTENGERRY, J.H.-3477

FORT DES MOINES-647

Fort Dodge Messenger-2438

Fort Dodge Serum Co.-2234, 2256, 2359, 2392, 2423

FORT LEAVENWORTH-346, 347

FORT MATANZAS-2799

Fort Myers, Florida, City of-72, :71, 905

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA-89-92, 234, 245, 314, 361, 901, 902, 905, 1270, 1320, 1324-1327

Fort Myers News Press-:945, 1396

FORT NIOBRARA GAME PRESERVE-3661

FORT PECK DAM (MONTANA)-421

"FORWARD TO THE LAND"-SEE PETERSON, ELMER T.

FOSDICK, RAYMOND, ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION-859

FOSTER, BILL, EDITOR, HUNTING AND FISHING-4

Foster, Dwight K.-1618, :1617

Foster, George M., V.-President, John Morrell & Co. & later President-219, 221, 1141, 1768, 2238,
2274, 2276, 2282, 2331, 2364, 2391, 2417, 2425, :217, 218, 220, 797, 810, 966, 1140, 1414, 1415, 1767, 2268, 2271, 2275, 2405

FOSTER, GEORGE M.-967, 1039, 1206-1208, 1329, 1740, 2265, 2269, 2270, 2278

FOSTER, H.B.-3609

FOSTER, H.V.-3792, 3793, 3794

FOSTER, PAYSON D.-3380

FOSTER, WILLIAM HANLON-3610

"THE FOUNDATIONS OF CONSERVATION EDUCATION" BY WARD, H.B., DR.-368-370

"FOUNDATION OF COUNTY AND STATE WILDLIFE FEDERATIONS"-3725

4-H FARM YOUTHS-693

FOURTH N. AMERICAN WILDLIFE CONFERENCE-3278, 3426, 3427

FOWLER, C.E. BEN-3027, 3033, 3074, 3111, 3197, 3203

Fowler, C.E. Ben-3008, 3039, 3108, 3116, 3205, :3007, 3061

FOX, FONTAINE - CARTOONIST-1369

Fox, Kirk-4116

Fox, Leo M.-3764, 3768, :3765, 3769

FOX, LEO M.-3775

Fox, Willard L.-1622, :1621

FOX-701-703, 2461, 2514, 2515

Fraize, Gordon-393, :394

FRAME, NAT T.-3273

Frankel, Mrs. Henry (Margo)-601, :600, 2088

FRANKEL, MRS. HENRY (MARGO) , CHAIRMAN, IOWA STATE PARK BOARD-116, 1297, 2082,
2995, 2998, 3026, 3027, 3096, 3111, 3180

Frantz, L.J.-3040

FRASER, ELEANOR, "UP AND DOWN THE STREET", ALGONA, IA,SATURDAY SHOPPER-3185,
3186

Fraser, Eleanor-3185, :3184

Fraser, Laura Gardin (Mrs. James E.)-214

Fraser, Laura Gardin-:213

FRASER, LAURA GARDIN (MRS. JAMES E.), SCULPTOR-1338

FRASER, JAMES E., SCULPTOR-1338, 32, 33, 1498, 1499

FRATERNITIES-60

Frederick A. Stokes Co.-800

FREDERICK A. STOKES CO.-798, 799

Frederick County Fish and Game Protective Association-3249

Frederick, Karl T.-3734

FREE ENTERPRISE-298-300, 986, 988, 2207-2313, 2400, 2403, 2404

"THE FREDOM TO BE FREE" BY JAMES MARSHALL-546, 547

FREMONT COUNTY (IOWA)-3166

French, B.D.-4022, :4023

French, G. Decker, Chairman, Iowa Committee, Ducks Unlimited; Chairman, Coordinated
Conservation Council-599, 803, 804, 808, :598, 802, 807

FRESH WATER FISH & GAME (CONSERVATION) COMMISSION-812, 2848, 2855, 2857, 2861,
2864, 2866, 2872

FRETWELL, C.R.-2943

Friends of the Land-81, 82, 411, 1144, 1148, 1706, :80, 410, 1142, 1143, 1147, 1705, 1714, 1715

FRIENDS OF THE LAND-45, 78, 79, 80-84, 107, 108, 141, 341, 377, 523, 693, 715, 834, 835, 858,
859, 1143, 1144, 1147, 1148, 1163, 1188, 1692, 1707, 1711, 1713, 3361

MEMBERSHIP DRIVE, 1940-80, 81

FRIENDSHIP-59, 60

Friley, Charles E., President, Iowa State College-:809

Frisbie, Reed-3541, :3542

Frison, Theodore H.-806

FRIZON, T.H.-2958

Frison, Theodore H., Chief, Illinois State Natural History Division-:805

Frost, S.L., Executive Director, American Forestry Association-1497, :1496

FROST, WALTER O.-3309

FT. MYERS-2707, 2708, 2713, 2719, 2720-2722, 2730, 2732, 2738, 2749, 2750, 2754, 2765, 2785

FUCHS, ADELE, DR.-626

FULLER, NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION-144

Fuller, Mrs. Edwin S.-2554, 2557, :2553, 2556

Fuller, Hampton P., Chairman, U.S. House of Rep., Committee on Agriculture-:210

FUR-BEARING ANIMALS-2604

FURMAN, MISS LUCY "WILD LIFE ON THE FARM"-3235

Furman, Miss Lucy-3232, 3233, 3235, :3231, 3234

FURMAN, MISS LUCY-3232

FURS (FUR-BEARING ANIMALS)-3948

 

 

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