Honorary founding member Friends of the Rachel Carson national Wildlife Refuge, chairman Mistress Roosevelt's Press Conference Association, 1943, consultant expert Rachel Carson Council, vice president Vieques (Puerto Rico) Humane Society, past coordinator Albert Schweitzer Summer Fellows Program, past board directors Albert Schweitzer Fellowship, president Albert Schweitzer Council Animals and Environment, trustee Albert Schweitzer Animal Welfare Fund, Member of American News Women's Club, National Press Club, Society Woman Geographers.
Ann Cottrell Free
Free, Ann Cottrell was born on June 4, 1916. Daughter of Emmett Drewry and Emily (Blake) Cottrell.
Reporter Richmond Times Dispatch, 1938-1940. Washington correspondent Newsweek, 1940-1941, Chicago Sun, 1941-1943, New York Herald Tribune, 1943-1946. Public information director, China correspondent United Nations Relief-Rehabilitation Administration, China Mission, Shanghai, 1946-1947.
Correspondent Middle and Near East and Europe, 1947-1948. Writer-photographer Marshall Plan, Washington/Western Europe, 1949-1950. Washington correspondent North America Newspaper Alliance, 1955—1985.
Former Washington editor EnviroSouth Quarterly, 1977-1982. Freelance writer. President Flying Fox Press.
- Forever the Wild Mare
- This exciting, award-winning, ground breaking, all-age story has helped to stimulate interest in natural habitat zoos, endangered species, Buddhism, prehistoric cave paintings, ways to curb juvenile crime, respect for nature and animals, and U.
- No Room Save in the Heart: Poetry and Prose on Reverence for Life-Animals, Nature and Human Kind
- Selections in this beautifully illustrated and presented book reflect moments of deep sorrow and bright joy over the animal, nature and human condition.
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