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Ray P. Holland to Horace Kephart, December 31, 1928

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  • In a letter to Horace Kephart on December 21, 1928, Ray P. Holland, Editor of “Field & Stream” writes to tell Kephart that his article “Afoot and Awing in the Great Smokies” was chosen as one of the ten best stories of the month by a committee of judges of the Franklin Square Agency.
  • RAY P. HOLLAND EDITOR ELTINGE F. WARNER PUBLISHER 578 Madison Avenue at fifty-seventh street New York City Field & Stream's CONSERVATION COUNCIL D. R. ANTHONY, JR. Congressman; joint Introducer of the Game Refuge Bill. HORACE M.ALBRIGHT Superintendent of Yellowstone National Park. BROOKE ANDERSON Member of the Federal Advisory Board of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. J. B. HARKIN Commissioner of the Canadian National Parks. GEORGE A. LAWYER Former Chief United States Game Warden. WM. B. MERSHON Sportsman — Author — Conservationist. E. W. NELSON Ex-Chief of the U. S. Biological Survey. HARRY S. NEW U. S. Postmaster General; joint Introducer of the Game Refuge Bill in the United States. Senate. T. GILBERT PEARSON President of the National Association of Audubon Societies. THEO. ROOSEVELT First Executive Chairman of the National Conference on Outdoor Recreation. December 31, 1928 Mr. Horace Kephart, Bryson City, N. C. Dear Mr. Kephart: I thought you would be interested in knowing that your story "Afoot and Awing in the Great Smokies", published in the January issue, was chosen by a committee of judges of the Franklin Square Agency, which is owned by Harper Brothers, as one of the ten best stories of the month. With the best of the holiday greetings, I am Sincerely yours, RPHsFTC Editor