Young, Stanley Paul, 1889-1969Alternative names
Young worked from 1917 to 1921 as a government hunter for the U.S. Biological Survey, eradicating predatory animals considered a threat to domestic livestock in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas. In 1921, he transferred to Washington, D.C. continuing his work for the federal government, writing on predator control.
From the description of Stanley Young papers, 1875-1969 1920-1960. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 39718831
- Animal traps
- Predatory animals--control