MASSACHUSETTS. NEW YORK/GEORGETOWN. Cert. of Member. black. No 17112. Folds with small holes. Vignette of cedar birds and portrait of a man (the painter and ornithologist John J. Audubon). The Audubon Society is an organization for the protection of American birds, founded by the magazine "Forest and Stream". The Audubon Society was founded in 1886 and claimed 39,000 members within a year of its foundation. Each member signed a pledge to "not molest birds". The organization still exists today. It has nearly 500 local chapters all over the United States.
Themes: ASSOCIATIONS, ZOO & CIRCUS
Date: 22 December 1886
Startprice: € 150