Dr. McCleery Lobo Wolves Digital Archive

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This article reports that Jack Lynch (54 years old) started an "Adopt-a-Wolf" program to help fund care of his wolves. For $20, an adopter will get their name on a plaque on a wolf pen, receive unlimited visiting privileges, a color photo of their adopted wolf, and a brochure. Since starting the…
Date: January 11, 1978

This article reports that Dr. E. H. McCleery has established another wolf park near Coatesville, PA. This new park was constructed by C. A. Carlson and his son, and the stonework (presumably including the stone arch) was created by Carl Swanseen. Martin T. Carroll will be the manager of the new…
Date: May 3, 1930

This article describes three fires breaking out within 24 hours, one of which occurred in the tea room at Dr. McCleery's wolf park causing $200 worth of damage. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: February 9, 1933

This article reports that Jack Lynch, who claims he can no longer afford to keep the 72 wolves in his care, has asked for state aid. During the 1980 Washington Legislature session, a proposal to appropriate $50,000 for a buffalo wolf preserve in Eastern Washington was included in a supplemental…
Date: March 14, 1980

This article reports that Professor Elisha Kent Kane was acquitted of murder charges in the drowning his wife. The article includes a photo of Professor Elisha Kent Kane, Dr. E. H. McCleery, and a German Shepherd Dog - presumably "Hobo," whom Dr. McCleery checked for torture marks for the trial.
Date: December 26, 1931

This article describes how, after the fire at Dr. McCleery's wolf park, Fire Chief Black Jack Valentour towed the car of one of his firefighters. Later that night he had to have his own car towed as well. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: February 9, 1933

A retrospective article that recalls the fire at the Wolf Park one year ago (1933). Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: February 9, 1934

This article reports that a group of fishermen visited the McCleery wolf park; one of the men, afraid of wolves, remained by the gate. After Dr. McCleery had shown the other three men around the park, he returned to the gate to find the fourth man perched in a tree. Suspicious, Dr. McCleery inquired…
Date: May 4, 1934

This article reports that Ansel Nelson (service station owner at East Kane) has been hired to kill some of Dr. McCleery's wolves as part of the pack's maintenance. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: January 10, 1931

This article reports that Dr. McCleery's wolves seem to howl more often in the winter than during other seasons. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: January 13, 1931

This article reports that an article about Dr. McCleery's wolves was published in the current American Magazine issue. It was written by Graydon F. Smart of the Kane Republican and includes photos taken by Nicolas. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: January 23, 1931

This article reports that the KDKA radio station quoted the recent American Magazine article about Dr. McCleery and his wolves. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: January 30, 1931

This article reports that a photograph of Dr. E. H. McCleery and one of his wolves appeared in yesterday's issue of the Pittsburgh Sun-Telegraph. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: May 11, 1931

This article reports that a Hawaii license plate was spotted on one of the cars at the McCleery wolf park yesterday. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: August 31, 1931

The Erie Times reported recently that Rose Deveres, a nurse, asked to go into the cages at Dr. McCleery's wolf park, and in her fearlessness, made friends with the wolves. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: October 17, 1931

This article reports that a travel lecturer mentioned the McCleery wolf pack in a talk at the Kane High School today. The lecture was enhanced by stereopticon slides depicting the wolves. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: November 24, 1931

This chronological review of 1932 events in Kane includes a blurb recounting a January 21, 1932 article about an operation performed on Dr. McCleery's left hand by Dr. Evan O'Neill Kane following a wolf bite. Partial text of the article (everything relevant to Dr. McCleery) is quoted below.
Date: January 2, 1933

This article describes scenic routes in Pennsylvania between Pittsburgh and Warren. Route 6 is part of the route suggested for return, and Dr. McCleery's wolf park - where the only lobo wolves in the country can be seen "for a small admission charge" - is mentioned as a possible stop.
Date: September 12, 1931

This article reports that the Colorado Division of Wildlife has denied Ed Andrews, the president of the Wolf Country Foundation in Boulder, CO, a permit to bring 200 of Alaska's 12,000 wolves to Colorado to spare them from a planned hunt. A Colorado wildlife officer stated that anyone (except a zoo)…
Date: December 7, 1979

This article reports that Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lynch run a 40-acre wolf preserve on Washington's Olympic Peninsula where lobo wolves are kept in 40-by-80-foot pens in the woods. The history of the lobo wolf and the park are described, as is the move to Washington, during which 20 wolves were flown to…
Date: June 24, 1972