Great NebraskaNaturalists and Scientists
NOU, Lawrence Bruner, Letter, 1904, May 13
G. A. Young, Nebr. Hospital for Insane, City.
My Dear Sir;- Yours of yesterday at hand. I am very much pleased to learn that you are taking an interest in bird study and am sorry to say that just now we cannot direct you to a work that would help you to the fullest extent on Nebraska birds. However I enclose you herewith some literature concerning the Nebraska Ornithologists’ Union which may be of interest to you. In the course of a month or so there will be available a synopsis and Preliminary Check List of our birds. This is now in the hands of the printers. In the meanwhile we would be pleased to have you meet occasionally with the local bird club here at the University. There will be such a meeting some time next week. If you will watch the papers you will find the date for the same. Yours very truly,