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Drawn from nature Minnies Land, Mus rattus et varietates. Four individuals devouring five eggs in nest of straw on floor of barn. Inscription: LR "Drawn from nature/Minnie's Land" On back "Common Black Rat. Original painting by John James Audubon. For the N.Y. Zool. Soc. from Maria R. & Florence Audubon under cond. of will" LR "American Black Rat/Musrattus et varietates" LL "1105 Plate 26." Frame: Brown and black wood, plexi-glazed.
Summer, Lepus Americanus. Two individuals running to left. Upper hare above and to left of smaller one. No background. Inscription: LL "Lepus Americanus 3 Oct. 1841/from Sara Cummings of Pittsfield (N.Y.? or N.H.)" LR "Young drawn Oct. 12, 1841." Frame: Dark brown wood, matted, glazed.
New York Lepus Americanus. One individual crouched on ground, facing left. Background blue sky. Inscription: "N. York" UL "No. 3" LC "Lepus Americanus. "Frame: Gilted wood with ?, matted, glazed.
Felis Canadensis. One individual facing left, crouching on bare log. No background. Inscription: Label on back "Canada Lynx - original by J.J. Audubon - 1848" MC "Canada Lynx/felis Canadensis." Frame: Gold wood frame, matted, glazed 2 1/2 wide.
One individual climbing thin, bare tree facing left. Frame: Brown frame, matted, glazed, 1 3/4 wide.
Depicts a wildcat walking to left on bare brown ground, snarling. Felis Lynx rutus. Light blue hills in background. Inscription: On label pasted to back "Original watercolor of the Common American Wildcat by John James Audubon about 1843 or earlier/M.R. Audubon". Gold wood frame, matted, glazed, 2 13/16 wide.
One individual perched, facing left, looking down on bare branch. No background. Columbia passerina. Frame: Brown wood frame, matted, glazed, 1 1/2 wide, Framed with 3 other J.J. Audubon birds.
Vancouver Red Squirrel, Tamiasciurus hudsonicus. Two individuals on upper and lower branches of crotch in tree, sprig of dead leaves and lichen. Inscription: LCenter "Downy Squirrel/Sciurus Canjinosas Bachman" LL "Fort Simpson/N.W. Coast of A./Nov 1835/from Capt W Brotchic" LR "Fort Simpson/N.W. Coast of America/1835/from W. Brotchic" UR "No. 5 Plate 25/No. 5. Pl. 25." Frame: Brown frame, matted, glazed, 11/16 wide.
One individual facing right in profile, perched on twig. No background. Female Coccothrautis vespertinus. Inscription: RC "female/Evening Grosbeak!" Frame: Brown wood frame, matted, glazed, 1 1/2 wide, Framed with 3 other J.J. Audubon birds.
- Art Survey 21
- Mammals 14
- Birds 7
- Photographic Slide Collection 2
- Mammals -- North America. 1
- Manuscript Collection 1
- Naturalists -- United States -- Correspondence 1
- Ornithologists -- United States -- Correspondence 1 ∧ less
- American Museum of Natural History 2
- Photo Studio 2
- American Museum of Natural History. Department of Ornithology 1
- Audubon 1
- Audubon, M. Eliza (Mary Eliza) 1