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Clark, James L. (James Lippitt), 1883-1969

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1883 November 18 - 1969 March 16
James Lippitt Clark (1883 – 1969) was an accomplished animal sculptor, taxidermist, explorer and big-game hunter. Clark was employed by the American Museum of Natural History from 1902 to 1908, and again from 1923 to 1949, and served as the museum’s Director of Arts, Preparation and Installation from 1935 until his retirement. Clark is known for his innovations in specimen preparation and display, his creative direction of the museum’s mammal halls, and for his role in several expeditions on behalf of the museum, both within North America and to remote regions of Africa, Central Asia and Southeast Asia.
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