|Title||Herbert Krause to Herman Chilson, letter, April 18, 1972|
|Date||April 18, 1972|
|Scope & Content||
On April 18, 1972, Herbert Krause wrote to Herman Chilson discussing recent regional ornithological activities (including spring bird migration through the region). Krause also discusses the book Chilson is writing and the recent lecture at Vermillion that Chilson had missed.
This is a part of the larger Herbert A. Krause collection available at the Center for Western Studies.
Herbert A. Krause was a long-time professor of English and writer-in-residence at Augustana College. He is also the author of three novels, numerous plays, poems, essays, and reviews. Krause was also an enthusiastic bird watcher and historian. Krause was the principal founder of the Center for Western Studies, and his papers have been in possession of the Center since 1976.
|Collection||Krause, Herbert Arthur Collection|
|Subjects - People||
|Subjects - General||
|Digital Specifics||8bit, color, TIFF, Epson11000XL Scanner, SilverFast8, OS X 10.10.5|