Affidavit of Mrs. A. E. Carson, who claims she entered an enclosure of Dr. McCleery's wolf pens, not knowing that a male lobo wolf was inside. The wolf attempted to attack her, but Dr. McCleery countered the wolf’s charges.
January 20, 1932
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