Dr. McCleery Lobo Wolves Digital Archive

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  • Tags: Lynch, Marjorie

This photograph depicts Marjorie "Margie" Lynch feeding the year-old wolves at Jack Lynch's "Loboland USA" buffalo wolf preserve, located in Gardiner, WA.
Date: October 29, 1978

A memory submitted by Leora (Hoge) Duncan, a relative (second cousin once removed) of Jack Lynch. She visited the wolf farm in August 1968 when she was 10 years old.
Date: May 5, 2014 to May 20, 2015

This photograph depicts Marjorie and Jack Lynch at Jack Lynch's lobo wolf park, located along Route 6 five miles east of Kane, PA. A sign reading "Alaskan Timber Wolf" hangs on the fence of the pen behind them, and Jack Lynch is looking into the pen. Two wolves are visible.

Text on the back of…
Date: February 1962

This photograph depicts Marjorie and Jack Lynch sitting on the railing at Jack Lynch's lobo wolf park, located along Route 6 five miles east of Kane, PA. A sign with the number four hangs on the fence of the pen behind them.

Text on the back of this photograph attributes it to the Kane Republican…
Date: February 1962

This photograph depicts a woman (presumably Marjorie Lynch) riding a sled pulled by a team of six sled dogs. The back of the photo is labeled "Dog Sled."
Date: Probably 1962

This photograph depicts Jack Lynch and Marjorie Lynch with their male Malamute dog named Kim.
Date: Probably 1962

This article reports that in February, Jack Lynch will move the wolves to a site near the Olympic National Park in Washington. He had been considering a move for the past few years because planned highway changes will diminish tourism potential, and meat for the wolves has been difficult to obtain.…
Date: January 17, 1972

This article profiles Jack Lynch, a man in his early 40s, and his work to ensure that the last of the "lobo" or "buffalo" wolves - Canis lupus nubilus - does not become extinct. Zoologists claim that Lynch's wolves are not a separate species, and that "lobo" is simply a colloquial Spanish term for…
Date: January 15, 1966

This article reports that Jack and Marjorie Lynch, the young and enthusiastic new owners of the wolf park, plan to keep the wolves at their present location and will continue using the "McCleery Wolf Farm" name. They believe the wolves would have done well as an attraction back in Wisconsin, and…
Date: February 20, 1962

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