Yale Club Leopard

June 1961
New Yorker;6/17/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 18, p26
The author relates his experience in attending a small reception hosted by lawyer Frank Delano and his wife Rosalie to showcase the latter's African leopard at the Yale Club in New York in June 1961. His wife shot the leopard during their hunting at Aberdare Mountains in Kenya. The leopard weighs 192 pounds and measures 7 feet and 8 inches long. The wife used zebras as a bait for the leopard.


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