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   Container / Location    Title
 
Series I. Correspondence [series]:
 
General [subseries]:
  1  
Oct. 6, 1892-Nov. 23, 1896
  1  
Dec. 4, 1896-May 13, 1897
  1  
May 15-Dec. 3, 1897
  1  
Feb. 14-Dec. 27, 1898
  1  
Jan. 10-May 16, 1899
  1  
May-July 18, 1899 (Harriman Alaska Expedition)
  1  
Aug. 12-Dec. 29, 1899
  1  
Jan. 2-July 31, 1900
  1  
Sept. 2-Dec. 27, 1900
  1  
Jan. 3-Apr. 6, 1900
  1  
Apr. 13-late May, 1901 (Texas expedition #'s 1-10)
  1  
June 9-July 14, 1901 (Texas expedition #'s 11-16)
  2  
July 19-Aug. 13, 1901 (Texas expedition #'s 17-21)
  2  
Aug. 14-Nov. 26, 1901 (Texas expedition Vs 22-23)
  2  
Dec. 5-29, 1901
  2  
Jan. 5-Feb. 14, 1902
  2  
Feb. 17-Apr. 30, 1902
  2  
Late Apr.-June 1902
  2  
July 9-Sept. 30, 1902
  2  
Oct. 2-Nov. 28, 1902
  2  
Dec. 4-31, 1902
  2  
Jan. 1-Feb. 17, 1903
  2  
Feb. 17-Mar. 1903
  2  
Mar. 24-Apr. 17, 1903
  2  
Apr. 17-Aug. 12, 1903
  3  
Aug. 14-Oct. 28, 1903
  3  
Nov. 4-Dec. 30, 1903 and n.d.
  3  
Jan. 4-Apr. 29, 1904
  3  
May 3-Dec. 27, 1904
  3  
Jan. 8-May 12, 1905
  3  
May 16-Sept. 16, 1905
  3  
Sept. 20-Dec. 16, 1905 and n.d. 1905
  3  
Jan. 11-Dec. 5, 1906
  3  
Jan. 16-Aug. 30, 1907
  3  
Sept. 4-Dec. 28, 1907
  3  
Jan. 2-May 27, 1908
  3  
June 5-Oct. 28, 1908
  4  
Oct. 31, 1908-Jan. 18, 1909
  4  
c. Jan. 1909-Mar. 31, 1909
  4  
Apr. 13, 1909-May 26, 1909
  4  
June 1-July 29, 1909
  4  
Aug. 10 or 11-Oct. 22, 1909
  4  
Nov. 3-Dec. 31, 1909 and n.d. (c. 1909)
  4  
Jan. 3-31, 1910
  4  
Feb. 2-Mar. 31, 1910
  4  
Apr. 3-May 12, 1910
  4  
May 13-June 26, 1910
  4  
June 27-July 18, 1910 (incl. review of "Concealing Coloration in the Animal Kingdom" by Chapman)
  4  
July 21-Aug. 31, 1910
  5  
Sept. 2-Nov. 30, 1910
  5  
Dec. 4-26, 1910 and c. 1910
  5  
Jan. 5-Feb. 28, 1911
  5  
Mar. 1-Apr. 24, 1911
  5  
May 2-July 29, 1911
  5  
Aug. 2-30, 1911
  5  
c. Sept. 1-Oct. 25, 1911
  5  
Nov. 7-Dec. 15, 1911
  5  
Dec.18-31, 1911 and c. 1911
  5  
Jan. 1-31, 1912
  5  
Feb. 2-28, 1912
  5  
Mar. 1-27, 1912
  5  
Apr.2-30, 1912
  5  
May 1-28, 1912
  5  
June1-30, 1912
  6  
July 1-30, 1912
  6  
Aug. 8-Oct. 8, 1912
  6  
Oct. 9-Nov. 25, 1912
  6  
Nov. 26-Dec. 17, 1912
  6  
Dec. 18-31, 1912
  6  
Jan. 2-Apr. 24, 1913
  6  
May 2-June 17, 1913
  6  
June 18-July 31, 1913
  6  
Aug.3 or 4-Sept. 29, 1913
  6  
Oct. 1-25, 1913
  6  
Oct. 28-Dec. 10, 1913
  6  
Dec. 10-Dec. 31, 1913
  7  
Jan. 1-Mar. 2, 1914
  7  
Mar. 3-Apr. 23, 1914
  7  
Apr. 25-May 28, 1914
  7  
June 1-Aug. 31, 1914
  7  
Sept. 9-Nov. 5, 1914
  7  
Nov. 10-Dec. 9, 1914
  7  
Dec. 11-31, 1914 and n.d. (c. 1914)
  7  
Jan. 1-31, 1915
  7  
Feb. 1-21 1915
  7  
Mar.1-31, 1915
  7  
Apr.1-21, 1915
  8  
Apr. 22-May 6, 1915
  8  
May 11-June 31 and c. June 1915
  8  
July 2-Aug. 31, 1915
  8  
Sept. 1-27, 1915
  8  
Sept. 28-Oct. 13, 1915
  8  
Oct. 14-Nov. 8, 1915
  8  
Nov. 9-29, 1915
  8  
Dec. 1-21, 1915
  8  
Dec. 21-31, 1915 and n.d.
  8  
Jan. 3-31, 1916
  8  
Feb. 1-25, 1916
  8  
Feb. 25-Mar. 14, 1916
  9  
Mar. 14-31, 1916
  9  
Apr.4-30, 1916
  9  
May 2-23, 1916
  9  
May 24-June 21, 1916
  9  
June 22-30, 1916
  9  
July 1-31, 1916
  9  
Aug. 2-29, 1916
  9  
Sept. 2-oct. 5, 1916
  9  
Oct. 5-31, 1916
  9  
Nov. 4-30, 1916
  9  
Dec. 1-13, 1916
  9  
Dec.14-26, 1916
  9  
Dec.27-31, 1916 and c. 1916
  10  
Jan. 1-15, 1917
  10  
Jan. 16-24, 1917
  10  
Jan. 25-Feb. 7, 1917 and c. Jan. 1917
  10  
Feb. 8-22, 1917
  10  
Feb. 23-Mar. 9, 1917
  10  
Mar. 10-31, 1917
  10  
Apr.1-30, 1917
  10  
May 2-29, 1917
  10  
June 20-July 28, 1917
  10  
Aug. 30-Sept. 28, 1917
  10  
Oct. 1-30, 1917 and c. 1917
  10  
Nov.2-28, 1917 and c. Nov. 1917
  10  
Dec.2-30, 1917 and c. 1917
  11  
Jan. 1-31, 1918
  11  
Feb. 5-28, 1918
  11  
Mar. 1-28, 1918
  11  
Apr. 1-29, 1918
  11  
May 2-June 26 and n.d. May 1918
  11  
June 27-July 27, 1918
  11  
Aug. 3-Sept. 30, 1918
  11  
Oct.1-26, 1918
  11  
Oct. 28-Dec. 5, 1918
  11  
Dec. 7-31, 1918 and c. 1918
  11  
Jan. 2-31, 1919
  11  
Feb.1-28, 1919
  11  
Mar. 1-31, 1919
  11  
Apr. 9-31, 1919
  11  
May 1-31, 1919
  11  
June 2-30, 1919
  12  
July 1-Aug. 26, 1919
  12  
Sept. 2-Oct. 20, 1919
  12  
Oct. 21-Nov. 29, 1919
  12  
Dec. 1-20, 1919 and c. 1919
  12  
Jan. 3-30, 1920
  12  
Feb. 2-28, 1920
  12  
Mar. 1-23, 1920
  12  
Mar. 24-Apr. 9, 1920
  12  
Apr. 9-22, 1920
  12  
May 1-29, 1920
  12  
June 1-30, 1920
  12  
July 1-30, 1920
  12  
Aug. 8-Sept. 20, 1920
  13  
Oct. 1-Nov. 30, 1920
  13  
Dec. 3-30, 1920 and n.d. 1920
  13  
Jan. 4-31, 1921
  13  
Feb. 2-18, 1921
  13  
Feb. 19-Mar. 10, 1921
  13  
Mar. 10-31, 1921
  13  
Apr. 1-30, 1921
  13  
May 3-25, 1921
  13  
May 26-June 11, 1921
  13  
June 20-Aug. 11, 1921
  13  
Aug. 12-Sept. 30, 1921
  13  
Oct. 3-Nov. 15, 1921
  13  
Nov. 16-Dec. 21, 1921
  13  
Dec. 22-31, and n.d. 1921
  14  
Jan. 5-Feb. 27, 1922
  14  
Mar. 1-31, 1922
  14  
Apr.1-30, 1922
  14  
May 1-June 30, 1922
  14  
July 1-Aug. 22, 1922 (Letter of Aug. 22 includes a copy of "Conservation and the Public Mind.")
  14  
Sept. 4-Oct. 31, 1922
  14  
Nov. 2-Dec. 30, 1922 and n.d. 1922
  14  
Jan. 2-30, 1923
  14  
Feb. 1-Mar. 30, 1923
  14  
Apr. 5-30, 1923
  14  
May 2-June 19, 1923
  14  
July 3-Sept. 10, 1923
  14  
Sept.10-28, 1923
  15  
Oct. 1-31, 1923
  15  
Nov. 1-24, 1923
  15  
Nov. 25-Dec. 29, 1923 and n.d. 1923
  15  
Jan. 2-Feb. 23, 1924
  15  
Mar. 6-Apr. 29, 1924
  15  
May 3-June 29, 1924
  15  
July 3-31, 1924
  15  
Aug. 4-31, 1924 and c. July and Aug. 1924
  15  
Sept. 6-Oct. 31, 1924 and n.d. (c. Oct. 1924)
  15  
Nov. 1-Dec. 11, 1924
  15  
Dec. 12-31 and c. 1924
  15  
Jan. 1-31, 1925
  16  
Feb. 2-27, 1925
  16  
Mar. 2-Apr. 30, 1925
  16  
May 4-June 14, 1925
  16  
June 15-July 24, 1925 and c. July 1925
  16  
Aug. 1-Sept. 27, 1925
  16  
Oct. 1-Nov. 29, 1925
  16  
Dec. 1-31, 1925
  16  
Jan. 4-Feb. 28, 1926
  16  
Mar. 3-Apr. 17, 1926
  16  
Apr. 19-30, 1926
  16  
May 3-June 20, 1926
  16  
June 21-Aug. 2, 1926
  17  
Aug. 2-30, 1926 and c. July and Aug. 1926
  17  
Sept. 1-22, 1926 and c. Sept. 1926
  17  
Oct. 3-29, 1926 and c. Oct.-Dec. 1926
  17  
Nov. 12, 1926-May 10, 1927
  17  
May 12-June 3, 1927
  17  
June 9-Dec. 24, 1927
  17  
n.d. A-C
  17  
n.d. D-F
  17  
G-K
  17  
L-O
  17  
P-S
  17  
T,W
  17  
Correspondence with Frederick H. Kennard,1912-1924 and n.d. (ADDITIONAL)
  17  
Correspondence with Hendrik Willem van Loon, 1933 and 1943
 
Abbot Thayer letters [subseries]:
  18  
Thayer, 1896-1897
  18  
Thayer, 1898-1900
  18  
Thayer, 1901-1903
  18  
Thayer, 1909-1912
  18  
Thayer, 1913-1917
 
Savage Club of Ithaca correspondence, Jan.-June 1915 [subseries]:
  19  
Jan. 21-May 19, 1915
  19  
May 20-June 4. 1915
 
Mary Fuertes Boynton. Contains correspondence between Dr. Boynton and acquaintances, friends and collegues of her father concerning his work, life and papers. [subseries]:
  19  
July-Oct. 1941
  19  
Nov. 1941-March 1942
  19  
Apr. 1942-Dec. 1943, n.d. 1943
  19  
Mar. 1947-Oct. 1949
  19  
Nov.-Dec. 1949
  19  
Jan.-May 1950
  19  
June-Dec. 1950
  19  
Jan. 1951-May 1952
  19  
Jan. 1953-March 1954
 
Index to correspondence [subseries]:
  33-34  
Alphabetical card file recording correspondents, dates, box/folder numbers
 
Series II. Student papers and manuscript material [series]:
  20  
Herbarium and Plant Description includes pressed specimens, 1892 (fragile)
  20  
Mineralogy - includes architectural sketches, lecture notes, c. 1895
  20  
German Literature lecture notes and other notes, 1895
  20  
Proofs Corrected and Accepted for the Seventh Report of the New York Forest, Fish and Game Commission lithographs with annotations, 1901
  20  
Notes on Geology and Lithology, 1895
  20  
Plant Physiology, Botany, Course 1 Lecture, 1895
  20  
Physics Notes, c. 1895
  20  
Anatomical Methods - Notes, 1895
  20  
Details and Sketches of Railings, Mouldings, etc., 1895
  20  
Notes on Physics Lectures, 1894
  20  
Birds c. 1889
  20  
Botany, c. 1892
  20  
'History of England - Geography Notes, c. 1895 Notes on Physics - Sound and Optics, 1895
  20  
Report - Histology, 1897
  20  
Report on the Work in Histology, 1896
  20  
Report - Histological Laboratory, 1897
  20  
Comparison Between the Scapulae of Man and the Cat
  20  
The Humerus of Man, 1895
  20  
Entomology Practicum, 1896
  20  
Report on Third Week's Work - Histology Digestive and Respiratory Systems, c. 1897
  20  
Materials of Constructions, 1894
  20  
Statistical Catalogue of Birds
  20  
School Notebook - 5th grade, c. 1884
  20  
Bird Lists, 1898-1902
  20  
Vertebrate Zoology Drawings
 
Journals/Notebooks, 1895-1927 [subseries]:
  21  
[Sketch book]
  21  
(European trip, 1895)
  21  
[Black notebook]
  21  
Log of Florida Trip, begun March 15th 1898
  21  
Alaska Expedition, May 28-Aug 12, 1899 (digital copy available)
  21  
Adirondack Mountains - Feb. 18 - 25, 1901
  21  
South and Southwest Texas - April 13 to Sept. 1901
  21  
[Black notebook]
  21  
Trip to California, 1903
  21  
(bird list)
  21  
(list of paintings sold and information concerning ownership of originals, in back)
  21  
The Standard Daily Reminder, 1905 (few entries)
  21  
The Standard Diary, 1911 (pocket diary)
  21  
Date Book for 1913
  21  
Journal of Colombian Expedition, Jan. 8-May 8, 1913
  21  
Date Book for 1920 (few entries)
  21  
Record [Red notebook]
  21  
(Abyssinia trip)
  21  
(Oct. 4, 1926-Feb. 27, 1927)
  21  
Journal
  21  
Abyssinia, 1926-7
  21  
Vol. II, Mar. 2-April 30th, 1927
  21  
Catalogue
  21  
Abyssinia, 1926-7 (blank except for numbers and sketch on inside of back cover)
  114  
Bound version of digitized Alaska expedition journal (original in Box 21)
  22  
DeQuincy's Boyhood, Dec. 11, 1893
  22  
Macaulay's Horatius, Mar. 14, 1894
  22  
Oxford in Johnson's Time, Oct. 24, 1895
  22  
The Tuesday Afternoon Coaching Club, Nov. 21, 1895
  22  
The Advantages of Travel, Apr. 30, 1896
  22  
The Coloration of Birds, B.A. Thesis, May 2, 1896
  22  
Oliver Wendell Holmes
  22  
Incidents in the Life of John James Audubon
  22  
Miscellaneous essays
  22  
Lecture to the blind
  22  
Notes on bird songs
  22  
Cornell University lectures
  22  
L.A.F. and his connection with Cornell University
  22  
National Character As Influenced By Climate
  22  
Relation of Structural Developments and Habits of Birds
  22  
The Louis Fuertes Story [by Romeyn Berry]
  22  
Manuscript pages of reminiscences written by Mary Katherine Fuertes
  22  
L.A.F.'s childhood
  22  
Narrative of Abyssinian Expedition
  31  
Manuscript notes about bird portraiture, written ca. 1911
 
Series III. Printed material [series]:
  24  
The Amateur Sportsman, Sept. 1910
  24  
American Forests, Feb. 1931
  24  
The American Museum Journal, May 1915
  24  
Arbor and Wild Life Days, The University of the State of New York Bulletin to the schools, Feb., 1951
  24  
Les Artistes d'Aujourd'hui, Aug. 15, 1925
  24  
Bird Lore, May-June 1938
  24  
Blue Feathers Apr. 1923
  24  
Bulletin, Boston Society of Natural History, Oct. 1927
  24  
Bulletin, Boston Society of Natural History, Jan. 1928
  24  
Carnegie Magazine, June 1956
  24  
The Cornell Era, Apr. 1912
  24  
The Cornell Plantations, Spring 1956
  24  
The Cornell Widow, June 1942
  24  
The Eclipse of Jan. 24, 1925 at the Fuertes Observatory, Apr. 1925
  24  
First American Bird Art Exhibition, Apr. 1926
  24  
Goodspeed's Catalogue 559
  24  
In Memoriam: Louis Agassiz Fuertes 1874-1927, 1928
  24  
Journal of Forestry, Nov. 1927
  24  
The King Bird, July 1957
  24  
The Larger North American Mammals, Nov. 1916
  24  
Louis Aqassiz Fuertes, 1874-1927
  24  
Nature Magazine, Sept. 1928
  24  
Nature Songs and Stories, 1914
  24  
The National Geographic Magazine, Dec. 1920
  24  
Natural History (_pp. 204-213), Mar. 1937
  24  
The New York State Conservationist, Feb.-Mar. 1954
  24  
The North American Review, Oct. 1921
  24  
The Post-Glacial History of Zonotrichia Capensis, Dec. 10, 1940
  24  
Revue du Vraie et du Beau, Aug. 25, 1925
  24  
The Smaller North American Mammals, May 1918
  24  
Some Common Game, Aquatic, and Rapacious Birds in Relation to Man, June 1921
  24  
The weekly Preview, Apr. 13, 1921
 
Series IV. Prints [series]:
  31  
Prints
 
Series V. Photographs [series]:
  25  
Photos of Fuertes' pictures (birds)
  25  
Photos of Fuertes' pictures (mammals)
  25  
Photo pulled from pamphlet: "The Eclipse of Jan. 24, 1925 at the Fuertes Observatory"
  25  
Thayer Family
  25  
Neighborhood
  25  
Columbia Expedition
  25  
Early Portraits of L.A.F.
  25  
Expedition to Saskatchewan
  25  
Studio
  25  
Charles W. Knight
  25  
Abyssinia Expedition, 1926-1927
  25  
Bahamas
  25  
Fuertes' House, Barrocolorado Sheldrake L.A.F. and M.S.F. in front of studio in Ithaca, c, 1920's Family
  25  
Estevan Fuertes
  25  
Beach Haven party
  25  
[Ethiopia] Abyssinia
  26  
61 Envelopes containing photographs of miscellaneous landscapes
  27  
Photographs of miscellaneous landscapes
  27  
Birds and animals
  27  
Miscellaneous personal photographs
  27  
7 Photographs of woodpeckers (various species)
  27  
10 Photographs of owls
  27  
Composite photo of woodpeckers
  27  
Composite photo of owls
  27  
Photo of pelican
  27  
Photo of hawk
  27  
With Thayers in Florida
  27  
Photos of Ithaca, Mar. 1, 1909
  27  
Negatives of pages from letters from L.A.F. which contain sketches
  27  
Miscellaneous negatives
  27  
Daguerreotype of Mary Perry Fuertes (Mother Of L.A.F.) Negatives
  31  
Oversized Photographs
  31  
Three photos of studio
  31  
Photo of L.A.F. and party at North Indian Field, St. John's Marshes, west of Melbourne, Florida, 1898
  35  
Photographs of drawings
  35  
Church & Dwight Co. trade cards of birds
  35  
Chronological Field Catalogue I: Birds in the Collection of Louis Agassiz Fuertes, 1898-1910 (also available on microfilm)
  35  
Chronological Field Catalogue II: Birds in the Collection of Louis Agassiz Fuertes, 1910-1921 (also available on microfilm)
  46-61  
8 X 10 photographs of artwork in binders
  112  
35 mm. slides of artwork
  113  
35 mm. slides of artwork
  115  
Photo CDs of artwork
  117  
Photos from Alaska, Mexico, Florida Keys and Columbia expeditions, 1908-1913
 
Series VI. Negatives [series]:
  28  
Sharp-shinned hawk, May 3, 1895? Red tailed hawk, also turkeys
  28  
Scarborough, NY, Feb. 1898
  28  
Trip to Merrit's Island, Mar. 1898
  28  
Indian Field, St. John's Marshes, San Grass Lake, Mar. and Apr. 1898
  28  
Alaska, 1899
  28  
Harriman, Alaska Expedition, 1899
  28  
Bahama Islands, Apr. 24-May 22, 1902
  28  
Bahamas, 1917
  28  
With Thayers in Florida
  28  
Hunter's Lake Trip
  28  
Fuertes [div 401 turkeys
  28  
Indian Field [Purple Gallinula, YellowCrested Alight Herons]
  28  
Miscellaneous negatives
  36  
4 X 5 negatives of artwork: 001-298
  37  
4 X 5 negatives of artwork: 300-498
  38  
4 X 5 negatives of artwork: 500-920
 
Series VII. Miscellaneous [series]:
  23  
Discussion of owls
  23  
Discussion of dogs
  23  
Game calendar
  23  
Miscellaneous articles
  23  
Menus
  23  
Miscellaneous printed articles
  23  
Genealogy
  23  
Sketch of swimming holes in Ithaca Creek, c. 1910
  23  
List of birds
  23  
Not Really Birds, ie. war, conservation, etc.
  23  
Booklet with pictures of trees
  23  
Miscellaneous certificates
  23  
List of books owned by L.A.F.
  23  
Cornell Alumni News, Mar. 1, 1946 and Nov. 12, 1902
  23  
Book plates
  23  
Miscellaneous clippings
  29  
10 printing blocks
  29  
Christmas cards designed by L.A.F.
  29  
3 Small sketchbooks
  29  
3 Glass negatives
  30  
Picture Inventory
  30  
Miscellaneous
  30  
Watercolor geese cut-outs
  30  
Penciled geese cut-outs
  30  
Book plates
  30  
Postcards
  31  
Booklet of Latin names (birds?)
  31  
Annotated proofs for published pictures
  31  
Annotated book plate
  32  
Card file of research notes
  116  
Christmas cards (#8205)
  116  
Print: "Our Friends the Chickadees," inscribed, signed
  116  
Additional Arm & Hammer bird cards: Series 4
  116  
Small published versions of artwork
  116  
Pencil sketch of bear (#5227)
  116  
Letter from George Young, Jr. (Dean, College of Architecture) to George M. Sutton, relating to a dachshund foot scraper and accompanied by a sketch by Fuertes
  116  
Archaeopteryx sketch and humorous poem, n.d. (#5219)
  116  
Signed mounted published sketch of White or Arctic fox and Pribilof Blue fox (#2346)
  116  
Signed "enhanced" reproduction of Willow Ptarmigan
  116  
"The Smaller North American Mammals" from National Geographic Magazine, May 1918
  116  
Photo of Abbott Thayer's children with Louis Agassiz Fuertes, ca. 1900
  116  
Small pocket knife, inscribed LAF
 
Series VIII. Artwork [series]:
  39  
[Box removed--artwork added to boxes 62-97]
  40  
[Box removed--artwork added to boxes 62-97]
  41  
001-044
  42  
047-058
  43  
060-080
  44  
095-130
  45  
131-132
  62  
133-142
  63  
143-151 (146-0050, 147-0121 / 22, 148-0020 in Mapcase Drawer 10)
  64  
153-166 (156-0100 in Drawer 10)
  65  
167-178 (173-0030 in Drawer 10)
  66  
180-191
  67  
194-203 (194-0160 in Drawer 10; 194-0180 in Mapcase Drawer 11-7)
  68  
204-224 (204-0031/32 in Drawer 10)
  69  
225-266
  70  
270- 284
  71  
286-300 (300-0141 / 42, 300-0151 / 52 in Drawer 10)
  72  
301-310 (309-0170, 309-0180, 309-0191 / 92, 309-0210, 310-0091/ 92 in Drawer 10)
  73  
312-332
  74  
333-342 (333-0090, 337-0130 in Drawer 10)
  75  
343-352 (349-0301 / 02, 352-0050 in Drawer 10)
  76  
354-362 (354-0160, 356-0190 in Drawer 10)
  77  
364-372 (370-0020 in Drawer 10)
  78  
373- 390
  79  
393-412
  80  
416-452
  81  
456-484
  82  
486-501
  83  
503-528
  84  
529-563
  85  
567-608
  86  
612-705
  87  
715-790
  88  
800.0010 - 800.0130
  89  
800.0141 - 800.0750
  90  
810-820
  91  
830-860
  92  
900.0010 - 900.0320
  93  
900.0331 - 900.0790
  94  
900.0800 - 900.1290, Ornithology: 2349, 2350
  95  
900.1300 - 920.0030
  96  
920.0040 - 920.0290
  97  
920.0300 - 920.0660
  98  
Ornithology: 2238, 2250, 2253, 2259, 2260, 2263
  99  
Ornithology: 2203, 2220, 2240, 2255, 2257, 2258, 2262
  100  
Ornithology: 2239, 2254, 2264, 2280, 2295, 2298, 2313, 5206, 5208
  101  
Ornithology: 2232, 2233, 2235, 2244, 2261, 2292, 6202, 6208, 6221-A
  102  
Ornithology: 2210, 2223, 2231, 2237, 2245, 2294, 5211, 5213
  103  
Ornithology: 2206, 2207, 2208, 2230, 2236, 2249
  104  
Ornithology: 2251, 2282, 2289, 2290, 2291, 2317, 2342, 2344, 5001
  105  
Ornithology: 5202, 5207, 5210, 5212, 5217, 5221-A, 5231, 5233, 5234
  106  
Ornithology: 2222, 5253-A, 5253-B, 5253-C, 6210, 6213, 6216, 6222, 6237
  107  
Ornithology: 1224, 2226, 2234, 2266
  108  
Ornithology: 2287, 2288, 2299, 2316, 5215, 6227
  109  
Ornithology: 1, 2, 3, 2201, 2202, 2297, 2300, 2302, 2303, 2304, 2305, 6238, 6117, Whip-poor-will, unnumbered
  110  
Ornithology: 2340, 2341, 2343, 5203, 5204, 5209, 5214, 5218, 5226, 5230, 5260, 5261, 5262, 5263, 5264, 5265, 5266, 5267, 5268, 5269, 5270, 5271, 5272
  111  
Ornithology: 6200-A, 6200-B, 6201-A, 6201-B, 6203, 6204, 6211, 6212, 6214, 6215, 6218, 6219, 6220, 6221-B, 6223, 6224, 6226, 6236
  118  
Ornithology: 2786, 2286, 2252, 2293, 2284, 2314, 2204, 2304, 2221, 2315, 6207, 2791-(framed).
  119  
Ornithology: 2215, 2782, 2789, 2274, 2217, 2277, 2218, 2276, 2216, 2275, 2205
  120  
Ornithology: 2783, 2788, 2268, 2785, 2265, 2787, 2279, 2285, 2271, 2228, Corrected and accepted proofs for published artwork, game birds 1909 calendar, pileated woodpecker print
  121  
Ornithology: Citizen Bird gouaches: Mallard, Pied-billed Grebe, White-breasted Nuthatch, White-throated Sparrow, Black Duck, Snowy Owl, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Green-winged Teal, Song Sparrow, Black and White Warbler, Hooded Merganser, Ruddy Turnstone, Black-capped Chickadee, Tree Swallow, Spotted Sandpiper, Eastern Wood-Pewee.
  122  
Ornithology: Citizen Bird gouaches: Cowbird, Brown Creeper, Yellow-rumped Warbler, Pine Grosbeak, Oldsquaw, Hermit Thrush, American Woodcock, Red-eyed Vireo, Golden Plover.
  123  
Ornithology: Citizen Bird gouaches: Wilson's Snipe, Common Tern, Least Sandpiper, Bank Swallow, Brown Thrasher, Baltimore Oriole, Snow Bunting, Eastern Kingbird, Wood Duck, Marsh Wren, Ovenbird, Northern Yellowthroat.
  124  
Ornithology: Booklet: Dogs by Louis Agassiz Fuertes - First Proof, Beck Engraving Company, 1918, article from Nature and Science for Young Folks, with illustrations by Fuertes, several prints, proofs for publication with Fuertes pencil comments and corrections, 2377
  125  
Ornithology: Church and Dwight baking soda card originals, 30-1, 30-2, 30-3, 30-5, 30-6, 30-7 x2, 30-8, 30-10, 30-11, 30-13, 30-14, 30-15, 30-16, 30-17, 30-18, 30-19, 30-20, 30-21, 30-22, 30-23, 30-24, 30-25, 30-26, 30-27, 30-28, 30-29, 30-30
  126  
Ornithology: 2209 Sunfish, 2359, 2360, 2790, 6225, 2374 2375, 2376, 2378; Christmas cards: 2380, 2381, 2382, 2383, 2384, 2385, 2386, 2387, 2388; Self portrait: 2379; Trail signs: 6228, 6229, 6230, 6231, 6232, 6233, 6234, 6235; Sketchbooks: 8202, 8203, 8204; 2 negatives (1 glass, 1 plastic) of a lion made of snow by Fuertes.
  127  
Ornithology: Test print run pages of illustrations for Birds of New York.
  CC# 3  
Ornithology: 2214, 2267, 2273, 2770
  CC# 9  
Ornithology: 2246, 2247, 2248, 2296, 5205, 5216, 5220, 5221, 5222, 5229
  CC# 10  
146-0050, 147-0121/22, 148-0020, 156-0100, 173-0030, 194-0160, 204-0031/32, 300-0141/42, 300-0151/52, 309-0170, 309-0180, 309-0191/92, 309-0210, 310-0091/92, 333-0090, 337-0130, 349-0301/01, 352-0050, 354-0160, 356-0190, 370-0020
  II-7  
194-0080