02/03/12 - 9:41am
Frank Dufresne, Chief, Division of Information, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, retired on June 20, 1950 after 30 years of continuous Federal service. Twenty-four years of Mr. Dufresne's career were spent in Alaska. He entered his life work in the field of Federal wildlife conservation when he was appointed as a fur warden in Nome for the former Bureau of Biological Survey on October 23, 1922 to assist in enforcing the law and regulations for the protection of land fur-bearing animals in the Territory. In 1924 he was promoted to U.S.