American Nature Association
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American Nature Association, headquartered in Washington, D.C., was the publisher of Nature Magazine from 1923 to 1959; and a discount reseller of natural science books for its members. It was founded by Arthur Newton Pack and his father, Charles. Nature Magazine was an "illustrated monthly with popular articles about nature" and later, the "interpreter of the great outdoors." A May 1924 review of the organization and its magazine, written by Carroll Lane Fenton and published in American Midland Naturalist called the magazine "excellent" with "abundant pictures, admirably printed"; and said it was a "highly worth while publication" that deserves a wide circulation among town and school libraries."
- Nature Magazine. OCLC 1681047.
- Largent, Mark A. (2015). A Companion to the History of American Science. John Wiley & Sons. p. 453. ISBN 978-1-4051-5625-7.
- Fenton, C. L.; Wilder, Harris Hawthorne; MacKenzie, Donald A. (1924). "Man's Prehistoric Past". American Midland Naturalist. 9 (3): 144–146. JSTOR 2992805. doi:10.2307/2992805.
- Peggy Pickering Larson. "Arthur Pack". ASDM Scrapbook. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. Archived from the original on 2011-09-27.
- Association, American Nature (1930). Nature Magazine, Vol 15-16.
- "Publicity Letter". National Mail Order Association.
- "Natural History". Smithsonian Institution Libraries.
- Covers from Nature Magazine from MagazineArt.org
- Office Girls: 1925, a 1925 photograph of American Nature Association offices, from shorpy.com
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