Dr. McCleery Lobo Wolves Digital Archive

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  • Tags: Carroll, Rose V.

A memory submitted by Richard Sams, who lived in Dr. McCleery's old house along Route 6 between 1968 and 1972. He has fond memories of Rose Carroll, who lived next door.
Date: December 9, 2014

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This photograph depicts (from left to right) Mildred "Millie" M. (Wichman) Fitch, Miss McCleery (I am unsure if this is Mary Nourse Byham McCleery or Helen Catherine McCleery, but I believe it is probably Helen Catherine McCleery), and Rose V. Carroll, standing at the entrance to Dr. McCleery's lobo…
Date: Probably the 1940s

In this obituary, the Kane Republican reports on the death of Dr. E. H. McCleery at 5pm on May 23, 1962. The article describes his achievements - namely his profession as a physician and his success in preserving the last of the lobo wolves. It describes his education, profession, honors he has…
Date: May 24, 1962

The 1910 Census describes the Carroll household at 5 Park Avenue in Kane, PA - a house which the family rents. Martin Carroll, head of the household, is described as a white 52-year-old male who works as a gauger of oil tanks. He was born in New York, and his parents were both born in Ireland. His…
Date: April 1910

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The 1940 Census describes Rose V. Carroll as female, white, 42 years old, and born in Pennsylvania. She lives on Route 6 in a house worth $2,000 which she owns, and she has been living there since at least April 1, 1935. She is single and the only person in her household. Her highest level of…
Date: May 15, 1940

This article describes Miss Rose Carroll's job as secretary to Dr. E. H. McCleery and his wolf park, where she has worked for almost 30 years. Carroll feels confident that the wolves are in good hands with the Lynches, whose youth and enthusiasm will benefit the park. Other potential buyers wanted…
Date: February 20, 1962

Letter from Rose V. Carroll, Dr. E. H. McCleery's secretary, to John L. Cliff, editor of the Kane Republican. Carroll primarily describes the national recognition the wolves have received, various sources in which stories about the wolves have appeared, and Dr. McCleery's invitation to the unveiling…
Date: January 12, 1962

Letter to Dr. E. H. McCleery from Leonard Rue III (of Leonard Rue Enterprises, signed "Lennie Rue"), who photographed Dr. McCleery’s wolves for True Magazine. Rue tells Dr. McCleery about his friend, Fred Space, a mink farmer and owner of the largest zoo in New Jersey, who is interested in…
Date: Between 1958 and 1960