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Encampment of J.J. Audubon and party [art original] : May 26 and 27 and Sep. 16, 1843 : Missouri River near Great Bend / I. Sprague

 Item — item: 1
Identifier: Art Survey No. 569
Scope and Contents Drawing depicts a man standing among supplies under a large tree, with a covered boat in the background. Captions and artist's signature in pencil at lower left and lower right of drawing.

Evening Grosbeak

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1366
Scope and Contents 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.

Franklin's Marmot Squirrel / LR "J.J.A."

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1370
Scope and Contents Spermophilus franlinii, Franklin's Ground Squirrel. One individual in profile sitting on haunches, facing left. No background. Inscription: LC "Spermophilus Franklinii Sabine/Franklin's Marmot Squirrel, male/natural size." Frame: Tortoise shell painted wood frame, matted, glazed.

[Head of a Gull]

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1376
Scope and Contents Profile of gull's head. Inscription: Card on back "The drawing on the opposite side is by John J. Audubon; drawn in 1826." Frame: Wood, framed, glazed.

John James Audubon: Science Into Art photographic slides, 1985.

Identifier: PSC 89B
Abstract Slides of prints displayed in the temporary exhibition John James Audubon: Science Into Art, held at the American Museum of Natural History, April-July 1985 in the Naturemax Gallery. Includes photographs of an individual hand pressing an original copper plate and applying color to "Wild Turkey, Male.".

John James Audubon: Science Into Art plate restoration, press and hand-applied color photographic slides

Identifier: PSC 102A
Scope and Contents Slides of a restoration of an Audubon "Birds of America" plate and photographs of an individual hand pressing an original copper plate and applying color to "Wild Turkey, Male".

Kit Fox / LC "J.J.A."

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1362
Scope and Contents Canis (vulpes) cenero-argentatus sabine, Swift Fox, Kit Fox, Prairie Fox. One individual facing left on hill with flowering plant, howling. Inscription: LC "Minnies Land" On back "Swift Fox-original by J.J. Audubon - Zool. Soc. under conditions of will/M.R. Audubon Flor. Audubon" UR "Jan. 14 120 'clak" LL "Canis (Vulpes)/Cenero-argentatus. Sabine/Swift Fox, Kit Fox, Prairie Fox." Frame: Tortoise shell painted frame, matted, glazed, 2 1/8 wide.

Materials from "Plates from Audubon Birds of America" exhibition

Identifier: Archives Orn195
Scope and Contents B/W photographs, copies of copperplate bird images, paper rolls with drawings, "Plates from Audubon birds of America" exhibition display poster.

Parry's Marmot / LL "J.J.A."

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1369
Scope and Contents One individual running to right in profile, mouth open, no background. Hudson Bay Ground Squirrel, Arctic Ground Squirrel, spermophilus parryii. Inscription: "New York" LL "Parry's Marmot male/spermophilus parri/From Don Richardson." Frame: Brown wood, matted, glazed.

Pine Marten / LR "J.J.A./New York"

Identifier: Art Survey No. 1364
Scope and Contents Sitting marten facing left. No background. Marten americana. Inscription: LC "Pine Marten/Mustella Martes." Frame: Tortoise shell painted frame, matted, glazed, 1 15/16.