WILLIAM M. HAY, the first person employed by
Tennessee exclusively for state park work, farmed on the Ozark Mountains
at 10 and in the cotton belt at 16. He entered landscape practice nine
years ago and for the last four years has been associated with
Tennessee's state park program. He is in charge of operations.
CLIFFORD C. PRESNALL entered the Service in 1929 at
Yosemite National Park after having attended its School of Field Natural
History. He was park naturalist at Zion and Bryce Canyon National
Parks. Two years ago he was transferred to Washington as assistant chief
of the Wildlife Division, which recently became the Section of National
Park Wildlife of the Biological Survey. Born 40 years ago in Iowa, he
was reared in Oregon and is an alumnus ('23) of its State College.
MAURICE SULLIVAN, who has been park naturalist at
Acadia National Park since 1936, had been stationed formerly in
Shenandoah and Great Smoky Mountains National Parks as junior wildlife
technician. He was born in Illinois. Holding degrees from Eastern
Illinois State Teachers College and the University of Chicago, he was a
graduate student and teaching fellow at the University of California
and an instructor at the University of Rochester. He is a graduate of
the Yosemite School of Field Natural History.
HUGH R. AWTREY (Vol. II, No. 6); ALFRED F.
HOPKINS (Vol. II, No. 2, and Vol. IV, No. 1); ROGERS W.
YOUNG (Vol. III, No. 6).