Licensing of Foresters: Report of Committee on Licensing of Foresters, New York Section
Abstract:This report of the New York Section's Committee on Licensing of Foresters was presented to the New York Section at its annual winter meeting January 26-27, 1939, in Albany, N.Y. Those present at the meeting voted to take no action on the report until all Section members have had an opportunity to study it, and not to have a bill introduced in the New York State legislature until the Section has given an affirmative majority to the undertaking.
Document Type: Journal Article
Publication date: August 1, 1939
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