ROY EDGAR APPLEMAN'S editorial work and book review
in this issue are not his first contributions to The Review.
(Vol. I, No. 3 pp. 14- 20, and inside back cover).
WILLIAM HENRY CARR, director since 1926 of the Bear
Mountain Nature Trails and Trailside Museum, is an assistant curator of
the American Museum of Natural History. For the last seven years he has
been chief naturalist of Palisades Interstate Park and he formerly was
editor of The Camp Naturalist Magazine. He was born 37 years ago
on Long Island.
LOUIS FRIEDLANDER had his first appointment as a
student technician in the summer of 1937 and was assigned to research at
Hopewell Village, in French Creek Recreational Demonstration Area,
Pennsylvania. Last summer he was engaged in studies relating to Ocmulgee
National Monument, Georgia. Holding degrees from the College of the City
of New York and Columbia University, he now is a candidate for a
doctorate from the latter institution. He was born in New York City in
ARTHUR RANDOLPH KELLY, born 38 years ago in Hubbard
City, Texas, was assigned by the Smithsonian Institution as
archeologist-in-charge when explorations first were begun at Ocmulgee
fields, near Macon, in 1933. He entered the Service in May, 1937, as CCC
project superintendent, received a Civil Service appointment a few
months later as associate archeologist. He now is chief of the Division
of Archeologic Sites of the Branch of Historic Sites. He holds degrees
from the University of Texas and from Harvard and has taught at those
two institutions and at the University of Illinois.
HARRY STEPHEN LADD entered the Service in 1935 as
associate geologist. Born in St. Louis on the first day of the last year
of last century, he is an alumnus of Washington University and holds two
higher degrees from Iowa. He taught geology at Iowa and at Virginia and
was a research associate at Rochester. His work has taken him for long
periods to South America and to the South Seas.
VIVIAN ROSWELL LUDGATE already has contributed
articles on the Statue of Liberty and Mount Katahdin. (Vol. I, Nos. 2
and 3, 15 ff. and p. 3 ff. and inside back cover).