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Letter from Jack Lynch to the Editorial Staff of the Kane Republican

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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, WA and is now in Boulder, CO claiming to be a wolf expert and selling Lynch's photos and tapes. He is currently being dealt with by authorities and civil action will be pursued in the spring. Lynch requests that if Andrews or anyone else visits Kane claiming to represent the foundation that they inform Lynch. Lynch has enclosed a copy of the November 5th Sports Illustrated magazine.

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December 28, 1979

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Dr. E. H. McCleery Lobo Wolf Foundation, Inc.
A Non-Profit Organization
501 (c) (3)

Route 2 Box 378
SEQUIM, WASHINGTON 98382
Phone (206) 797-7371

President:
RUSSELL FINK
Lorton, Virginia

Vice-President, Treasurer:
W. J. LYNCH
Sequim, Washington

Secretary:
MARY WHEELER
Sequim, Washington

Board of Directors:
RUSSELL FINK
Lorton, Virginia
W. J. LYNCH
Sequim, Washington
MARY WHEELER
Sequim, Washington
JOHN HOLLAND B.A.
Shawsville, Virginia
SCOTT PLOGER, B.A.,M.A.
Idaho Falls, Idaho
DON VALENTI
Highland Park, Illinois

Advisory Board:
NEAL L. BLAIRE, Editor
Special Publications
Game & Fish Dept.
State of Wyoming
DONALD MUSTARD, D.V.M.

Public Relations:
SCOTT & ANDREA PLOGER

A Foundation dedicated to carry on the efforts of DR. E. H. McCLEERY OF Kane, Pennsylvania; To save the Buffalo Wolf (C. L. Nubilus) from extermination, to research all animals held by the foundation, to impart such knowledge learned to the public, educational and scientific communities of society.
Breeding the endangered species and subspecies, establishing several such research areas throughout the U.S. and Canada.