FROM THE LIBRARY OF AMERICAN NATURALIST GEORGE BIRD GRINNELL - Octavo, softcover bound in printed gray wraps. The spine & extremities are darkened & the front wrap is lightly bumped. 88 pages. Illustrated in black & white with numerous photographic illustrations & a folding map in the rear. The contents are very good. First edition. This bulletin was prepared under the direction of Charles C. Adams and is inscribed and signed by Adams on the front cover: "Dr. Grinnell / With the compliments of Chas. C. Adams". Charles Christopher Adams [1873-1955] won acclaim for his work in general animal ecology and the ecology of prairies, forests and lakes. In 1919 he became the first director of the Roosevelt Wildlife Experimental Station in the Adirondacks. During his tenure, he was instrumental in the development of the Allegany State Park in Western New York. George Grinnell [1849-1938] was an American anthropologist, historian, naturalist and writer. Originally specializing in zoology, he became a prominent early conservationist and student of Native American life. A nice association copy. The New York State College of Forestry at Syracuse University, Bulletin No. 11. Volume IX, March 1920, Number 21.