The Main Sources
If you're just getting started with researching Dr. McCleery's work, or if you just want to find a few of the best sources, here are some of the main sources which contain lots of information.
Dr. McCleery's book "The Lone Killer," 1929
"The Only Lobo Wolves In The World" Pamphlets, mid-1900s
Kane Republican Supplement: Special "Dr. McCleery - Wolves" Edition, 1962
On February 20, 1962, a couple weeks after the announcement that Dr. McCleery had sold his wolf park to Jack and Marjorie Lynch, the Kane Republican published a supplement called the Special "Dr. McCleery - Wolves" Edition honoring Dr. E. H. McCleery and his work with wolves and extending best wishes to the Lynches. This supplement is not available on microfilm, but a copy is currently owned by the Kane Depot and is available for viewing there.
Dr. McCleery's Obituary, 1962
Dr. E. H. McCleery, Aged 94, Dies; Widely Noted For Famed Wolf Pack, Won World Recognition For His Efforts to Save Lobos From Extinction, Resided Here 68 Years; Was Practicing Physician For Over Half-Century [Article in Kane Republican]
Article about Jack Lynch and his wolves in Sports Illustrated, 1979
Documentary about Jack Lynch, Mary Wheeler, and their wolves, 1987