Wilson, James Perry, 1889-1976
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
American Museum of Natural History, Department of Preparation and Installation: Diorama and Hall construction
Identifier: DR 104
Scope and Content Note This collection spans the planning and development of the Department of Preparations for the dioramas of the various halls. These folders detail the requests and expenditures for the efforts made in travel, models, and sketches. The majority of the correspondence is directed from or to James L. Clark, the Director of the Department of Preparations between the 1930’s-1940’s. Much of the correspondence from James Lippit Clark, is directed to trackers, guides, taxidermists, donors, and designers. ...
Identifier: PSC 55
Scope and Contents One slide of James Perry Wilson painting at Devil's Tower, Wyoming. Other miscellaneous expeditions images include the Yangtze River, excavating the skeleton of a brontosaurus, a Blue Giant Anole lizard, and a Greta Cubana butterfly.
Identifier: Art Survey No. 498
Item — Frame: 1
Identifier: Art Survey No. 3
Scope and Contents Painting of rock landscape in foreground, earth and stars in sky. Conceptualization of the May 14, 1938 eclipse, second version.
Identifier: Art Survey No. 1
Scope and Contents Foreground mountainous, park landscape / middle left sun eclipsed by moon.