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Records, 1930-1962.

Author: American Committee for International Wild Life Protection. Office of the Secretary.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Records reflect the regular office work of the Secretary and Assistant Secretary, including maintaining a clearing house of information on endangered wildlife and efforts to solve conservation problems more effectively; referring important matters to the Executive Committee and Advisory Board; coordinating policies of cooperation with foreign governments and institutions in guiding the protection of wildlife and
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Named Person: Charles Cadwalader; James L Clark; W Redmond Cross; Jean Delacour; Childs Frick; Madison Grant; Francis Harper; C W Hobley; Julian Huxley; Erna Mohr; Robert T Moore; W W A Phillips; Kermit Roosevelt; Charles Ross, Sir.; Peter Van Tienhoven; Arthur Vernay; Alexander Wetmore
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: American Committee for International Wild Life Protection. Office of the Secretary.
OCLC Number: 155463815
Description: 7.1 linear ft.

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Records reflect the regular office work of the Secretary and Assistant Secretary, including maintaining a clearing house of information on endangered wildlife and efforts to solve conservation problems more effectively; referring important matters to the Executive Committee and Advisory Board; coordinating policies of cooperation with foreign governments and institutions in guiding the protection of wildlife and natural habitats; and supervising the preparation, publication, and distribution of special research studies concerned with endangered and extinct species of fauna.

Individuals prominently represented include Charles Cadwalader, James L. Clark, W. Redmond Cross, Jean Delacour, Childs Frick, Madison Grant, Francis Harper, C. W. Hobley, Julian Huxley, Erna Mohr, Robert T. Moore, William Phillips, Kermit Roosevelt, Sir Charles Ross, Peter Van Tienhoven, Arthur Vernay, and Alexander Wetmore.

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