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March 07, 1955 | Russell B. Aitken
To win a Gold Button, big-game hunters from many states rendezvous, like trappers of the Old West, in a man-made north woods in a New York suburb. There they compete in a tourney which would test the talents of a...
April 25, 1955 | John O'Reilly
The fur flew when conservationists and women's clubs set out at the turn of the century to stop the plume hunters
October 24, 1955
Battered and weathered, the plain board door of Theodore Roosevelt's cabin in the Badlands of Dakota Territory in the '80s served as background for a painting
December 19, 1955 | Dr. William J. Long
To the present generation of Americans, Dr. William J. Long is hardly a familiar name. Some 50 years ago this Congregational minister, naturalist, explorer and writer was one of the best-beloved—and most...
June 04, 1956
In Washington, D.C., a brisk walking distance along 16th Street from the White House, stands the University Club, a venerable building which has long been a center for physical conditioning and social relaxation for...