Great Nebraska

Naturalists and Scientists

Nebraska Ornithologists’ Union

Letters, 1905, September

1905, Sept 7

United States Department of Agriculture
Bureau of Biological Survey
Washington, D. C.

September 7, 1905.
Prof. L. Bruner
Lincoln, Nebr.

Dear Sir.
If not asking too much we would like two additional copies of your late “Review of the Birds of Nebraska” for the use of this office.
Yours truly,
Wells W. Cooke.

1905, Sept. 30

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Broken Bow, Nebraska, Sep 30-05
Prof Laurence Bruner,
Am sending two grouse please have some of the students mount.
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