A: Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
In 1913 American zoologist, realtor, conservationist, author, poet and songwriter William Temple Hornaday published in New York at the press of the New York Zoological Society (now the Wildlife Conservation Society) and Scribner's Our Vanishing Wild Life: Its Extermination and Preservation. This was "one of the first books wholly devoted to endangered wild animals" (in the words of historian Stephen Fox). The introduction was by Henry Fairfield Osborn; chapter 20, "Destruction of Birds in the Far East," was by C[harles] William Beebe, then Curator of Birds, New York Zoological Park.
Hornaday "revolutionized museum exhibits by displaying wildlife in their natural settings, and is credited with discovering the American crocodile, saving the American bison and the Alaskan fur seal from extinction."