Audubon Series

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Audubon Series

Material in the Special Collections Research Center

References in the The Flat Hat, William & Mary News, and Alumni Gazette:

  • Fran W. Hall speaks of Nature FH, 12/16/1960, pg. 11.
  • Society presents film on Ozark wildlife FH, 2/10/1961, pg. 12 (picture).
  • Presents film, Ozark anthology FH, 2/17/1961, pg. 6.
  • Color Film ‘The long Flight Back’ launches season FH, 10/6/1961, pg. 12.
  • Features nature film FH, 3/16/1962, pg. 10.
  • Final film FH, 4/13/1962, pg. 6.
  • Sets first nature film FH, 10/5/1962, pg. 10.
  • Lectures FH, 10/11/1963, pg. 12.
  • ”Wings of the Wild,” film, presented C, 10/8/1970, pg. 1.
  • Sponsors 5 illustrated lectures C, 9/16/1971, pg. 1.
  • Film on bird migration WMN, 4/1/1975, pg. 2.
  • Lecture includes film on Chiracahua mountain WMN, 11/23/1976, pg. 3.

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