Audubon Terrace, The American Geographical Society, and the Sense of Place*

  title={Audubon Terrace, The American Geographical Society, and the Sense of Place*},
  author={Harvey K. Flad},
  journal={Geographical Review},
  pages={519 - 529}
John Kirtland Wright, in his centennial history of the American Geographical Society (AGS), Geography in the Making: The American Geographical Society, 1851-1951 (1952), described geography as a highly diverse discipline, eclectic in focus and scope. Wright was the librarian of the AGS from 1920 until he became director in 1938, a position he held until 1949. He was also elected president of the Association of American Geographers (AAG) in 1946. His presidential address was highly original, an… 



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