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William Temple Hornaday (1854–1937)

Hornaday, William Temple. An American naturalist and writer of travels; born near Plainfield, IN, Dec. 1, 1854; died in 1937; after 1896, Director of New York Zoölogical Park. He wrote: ‘Two Years in the Jungle’ (1885); ‘The Buffalo Hunt’ (1887); ‘Free Rum on the Congo’ (1887); ‘Taxidermy and Zoölogical Collecting’; ‘Canoe and Rifle on the Orinoco’; ‘Our Vanishing Wild Life’ (1913); etc.