Albert Moore Reese (1872-1965) was an American author and professor of Zoology at West Virginia University. His works include: Structure and Development of the Thyroid Gland in Petromyzon (1900), The Nasal Passages of the Florida Alligator (1901), The Habits of the Giant Salamander (1903), Observations on the Reactions of Cryptobranchus and Necturus to Light and Heat (1906), The Breeding Habits of the Florida Alligator. [mehr][weniger]
The authors of these letters are two young American girls, one from New
York and the other from Boston.
They first met in Paris, each having volunteered her services to the
Rev. and Mrs. Ernest W. Shurtleff, to aid in relief work among the
refugees, or, as Dr. Shurtleff expressed it, "To help in our effort to
get under part of the burden of humanity." [mehr][weniger]