Dr. McCleery Lobo Wolves Digital Archive

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1938 Letter from J. R. Steelman to Dr. E. H. McCleery.jpg
This letter is from J. R. Steelman to Dr. E. H. McCleery. Steelman refers to the last letter he received from Dr. McCleery dated May 17, 1933 in which Dr. McCleery mentioned a White Arctic and Alaskan Timber wolf he would be willing to let Steelman have. Steelman was at that time unable to obtain a…
Date: April 13, 1938

A letter from Richard Coleman, editor of the Kane Republican, to Jack and Mary Lynch (he got their address from their friend Jim Sirianni). Coleman mentions that each year, the Kane Republican distributes a calendar featuring a local picture to its customers. The most popular calendar featured Dr.…
Date: December 8, 1986

Letter from Marjorie "Margie" Lynch to the Kane Republican and the people of Kane, written on stationary from Port Angeles Motor Inn. Marjorie implores the Kane people to do all they can to bring the wolves back to Kane and expresses sorrow for moving them to Gardiner, saying she knows Jack is sorry…
Date: March 5, 1980

Letter from Jack Lynch to the editor of the Kane Republican. Lynch has enclosed a newspaper clipping regarding Ed. A. Andrews, a self-proclaimed wolf expert who visited Kane in the spring of 1979, falsely claiming to represent the Dr. E. H. McCleery Lobo Wolf Foundation and making untrue statements…
Date: January 5, 1980

A lengthy letter from Curtis J. Carley, a concerned member of the Wolf Specialist Group, to several newspaper editors regarding articles that recently appeared in their newspapers about Ed Andrews and the Wolf Country Foundation (located in Washington with plans to relocate near Fort Collins, CO).…
Date: December 28, 1979

Letter from Jack Lynch to the editorial staff of the Kane Republican. Lynch recently learned Edward Andrews' visit to Kane earlier this year, during which time he claimed to represent the Dr. E. H. McCleery Lobo Wolf Foundation. Andrews stole slides and tape-recordings from Lynch's home in Gardiner,…
Date: December 28, 1979

Letter from Rose V. Carroll, Dr. E. H. McCleery's secretary, to John L. Cliff, editor of the Kane Republican. Carroll primarily describes the national recognition the wolves have received, various sources in which stories about the wolves have appeared, and Dr. McCleery's invitation to the unveiling…
Date: January 12, 1962

Letter from Dr. E. H. McCleery to John L. Cliff, editor of the Kane Republican newspaper, in which Dr. McCleery requests that Cliff hold off on publishing a recently-drafted article about the sale of his wolves until such a sale is certain, and offers to pay for the involved expense. Dr. McCleery…
Date: July 20, 1959

Letter from Oliver F. W. Cromwell VIII, a real estate broker in Yonkers, NY, to Dr. E. H. McCleery. Cromwell offers to act as a negotiator between Dr. McCleery and a potential buyer, and mentions last hearing from Dr. McCleery in 1956 at which time Dr. McCleery was not ready to sell his lobo wolves.…
Date: June 30, 1959

Letter to Dr. E. H. McCleery from Leonard Rue III (of Leonard Rue Enterprises, signed "Lennie Rue"), who photographed Dr. McCleery’s wolves for True Magazine. Rue tells Dr. McCleery about his friend, Fred Space, a mink farmer and owner of the largest zoo in New Jersey, who is interested in…
Date: Between 1958 and 1960

Letter from Emerson Carney (Manager of the West Virginia University Book Store in Morgantown, WV) to Dr. E. H. McCleery. Carney expresses fascination with the wolves, praises Dr. McCleery for the work he has done, and states that he expects to return to see the wolves again the following summer with…
Date: December 29, 1932

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Letter from Harold M. Anderson of The Sun newspaper to Graydon F. Smart of the Kane Republican newspaper regarding the collection of affidavits pertaining to Dr. McCleery's wolves. Full text of the letter is quoted below.
Date: January 22, 1932