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 of the bust of Thomas Alva Edison, which he considers the greatest honor his wolves have received. Carroll also mentions the public's worry about the future of Dr. McCleery's wolf pack, and states that attendance at the wolf park is not as high as people believe.
January 12, 1962
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