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Series XI. Art Work (Oversized): Audubon, John James; Audubon, Lucy; DeKay; Edwards; Peale; Wilson [series]:
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List and Notes by Fries regarding Artwork donated to Cornell
 
AUDUBON, JOHN JAMES:
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Original Print: Hudson Bay Titmouse, No. 39 Pl. CXIV
Engraved, colored and printed by R. Havell

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Reproduction: Largest White Billed Woodpecker
Beehive Press, Savannah, Georgia. Reproduced from The Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahma Islands

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Reproductions: Greenshank, Plate CCLXIX
Purchased by Fries at the Gift Shop at Fort St. Augustine, Florida

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Reproduction: Great American Cock, Male, Pl. 1
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Reproduction: Summer Red Bird
Penn Prints, New York. Plate is designated as No. 42, Pl. 208, but the correct number is No. 9 Pl. 42

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Reproduction: Red Shouldered Hawk, No. 12 Pl. LVI
Macmillan reproduction. Printed in Switzerland. Edita Lausanne. Reverse is annotated by Fries.

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Reproductions: 18 Best loved Paintings by Audubon
Published by Book Enterprises Inc., New York. Includes famous Audubon paintings, listed on cover

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Reproductions from the Heritage Reproductions of the Original Drawings in the New York Historical Society:
1. Snowy Owl

2. Snowy Egret

3. Cedar Waxwing

4. Pileated Woodpecker

(5. and 6. in Map-case F-7, folder 10)

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Reproductions of original Audubon drawings given to Edward Harri-Moorestown
All of the originals are presently housed at the Houghton Library, Harvard University (except the Brown Thrasher, which may be at the Museum of Comparative Zoology). These drawings were used in "Bird Biographies of John James Audubon selected by Alice Ford", Macmillan Co. 1957. The reproductions include:

1. White-throated Sparrow

2. Fish Hawk (Osprey)

3. Passenger Pigeon

4. Carolina Parrot

5. Yellow-billed Cuckoo

6. Screech Owl (Red Owl)

7. Whip-poor-will

8. Belted Kingfisher

9. Ivory-billed Woodpecker

10. Brown Thrasher

11. Norther Shrike

12. Unnamed Bird (Probably Willet)

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Reproductions from the Old Print Shop, New York(Originals courtesy of Harry Shaw Newman):
1. No. 3 Pl. 12: Baltimore Oriole

2. No. 18 Pl. 87: Florida Jay

3. No. 42 Pl. CCVI: Summer or Wood Duck

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Reproductions of Audubon prints from the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. Donelley Press:
1. No. 20 Pl. 96: Columbia Jay

2. No. 9 Pl. 42: Orchard Oriole

3. No. 7 Pl. 33: Yellow Bird or American Goldfinch

4. No. 10 Pl. 46: Barred Owl

5. No. 32 Pl. CLIX: Cardinal Grosbeak

6. No. 74 Pl. CCCLXVI: Iceland or Jer Falcon

7. No. 87 Pl. CCCXXXI: American Flamingo

8. No. 35 Pl. CLXXIII: Barn Swallow

9. No. 12 Pl. XCI: Broad-winged Hawk

10. No. 32 Pl. CLVI: American Crow

11. No. 21. PL. CL: Raven

12. No. 27 Pl. CXXXI: American Robin

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Reproductions of 30 Audubon prints, Harry N. Abrams Inc., New York:
(Fries compared these with the Lownes originals on 17 September 1964. All prints are annotated on the reverse. The paintings are arranged in the following order in folders 6-8)

Pl. 1: Wild Turkey

Pl. 12: Baltimore Oriole

Pl. 17: Carolina Pigeon

Pl. 26: Carolina Parrot

Pl. 53: Painted Finch

Pl. 62: Passenger Pigeon

Pl. 77: Belted Kingfisher

Pl. 82: Whip-poor-will

Pl. 87: Florida Jay

Pl. 91: Broad-winged Hawk

Pl. 97: Little Screech Owl

Pl. 102: Blue Jay

Pl. 107: Canada Jay

Pl. 111: Pileated Woodpecker

Pl. 128: Cat Bird

Pl. 136: Meadowlark

Pl. 137: Yellow-breasted Chat

Pl. 159: Cardinal Grosbeak

Pl. 206: Summer or Wood Duck

Pl. 211: Great Blue Heron

Pl. 217: Louisiana Heron

Pl. 221: Mallard Duck

Pl. 250: Arctic Tern

Pl. 251: Brown Pelican

Pl. 313: Blue-winged Teal

Pl. 357: American Magpie

Pl. 366: Iceland or Jer Falcon

Pl. 367: Band-tailed Pigeon

Pl. 406: Trumpeter Swan

Pl. 431: American Flamingo

Booklet "The Audubon Folio", by George Dock, Jr. is in Map-case F-7, folder 11.

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Reproductions from the Heritage Reproductions of the Original Drawings in the New York Historical Society (Continued):
5. Red-throated Loon

6. Bald Eagle

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Reproduction: Bat-tailed Grackle, No. 38 Pl. CLXXXVII
Engraved, printed and coloured by A.P.P. Co. Inc., New York

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Reproduction: Ruffed Grouse, Pl. XIL
J. B. Fisher Co. New York. Genuine Craft Print.

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Reproduction: American Flamingo, No 87, Pl. CCCCXXXI
"Centennial Audubon Prints", History Institute of America Inc., Locust Valley, NY. Hand-colored copper plate etching reproduced by special permission of The American Museum of Natural History.

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Exhibition Poster: American Flamingo.
Tittled "John James Audubon 1785-1851". The Exhibition ran from 19th October to 10th December 1960

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Calendar: Northwestern Life Insurance Company.
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Educational Poster: "Birds: Nature's Protectors"
Church and Dwight Co., New York. Includes detailed plans for the inclusion of the chart in classroom study for school children

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"The Audubon Folio", by George Dock, Jr.
Harry N. Abrams Inc., New York. Accompanying text to 30 reproductions made by the company

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Prospectus: Ariel Press, London
Prospectus calls for subscriptions to a facsimile edition of 20 selected plates, limited to 250 copies in the USA, priced at $350

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Prospectus: Beehive Press, Savannah, Georgia
Prospectus calls for subscriptions to a reproduction of The Natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands by Mark Catesby (MCMLXII). 2 copies

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Forest and Stream, Vol. XXX - No. 8
Pg 58: Re-sale of Audubon Octavo prints.

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Frame: Reproduction of Plate #251: Brown Pelican
From the print of th folio at the National Audubon Society, New York; with a silver ingot.

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Frame: 20c Airmail stamp sheet of Audubon's painting of the Columbia Jay
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Postage Stamps: 1c Sheet, 5c Sheet, 20c Airmail Sheet
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Audubon Slides - Birds of America and others
A list of these 50 color slides, produced by (jointly) the National Audubon Society and the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. and others, can be found along with the slides.

 
AUDUBON, LUCY:
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Original Print: Swamp Sparrow, No. 13 Pl. LXIV
Engraved, colored and printed by R. Havell. J Whatman Watermark.

 
DeKAY, JAMES ELSWORTH:
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Four sheets from the Zoology of New York, Part II:
1. Pl. 26 Fig. 56: Cedar Bird

2. Pl. 26 Fig. 57: Bohemian Waxwing

3. Pl. 62 Fig. 142: Pine Bull Finch

4. Pl. 62 Fig. 143: Cardinal Grosbeak

5. Pl. 79 Fig. 179: Ring Plover

6. Pl. 79 Fig. 180: Black-breasted Snipe

7. Pl. 79 Fig. 181: Killdeer

8. Pl. 80 Fig. 182: Turnstone

9. Pl. 80 Fig. 183: Oyster-catcher

 
EDWARDS, GEORGE:
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Spotted Plower from North America
 
PEALE, TITEAN:
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Wild Turkey, Male and Female.
From "American Ornithology or the Natural History of Birds inhabiting the United States -not given by Wilson - with figures drawn, engraved and coloured, from Nature, by Charles Lucien Bonaparte, Vol I".

 
WILSON, ALEXANDER:
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Original Print: White-headed Eagle
Pl. 36, from "American Ornithology - The Natural History of the United States Illustrated with Plates Engraved and Coloured from Original Drawings taken from Nature, Vol V."

From "American Ornithology", 1820:

1. Pl. 57: Turnstone, Ash-coloured Sandpiper, Purre, Black-bellied Plover, Red-breasted Sandpiper

2. Pl. 58: Red-breasted Snipe, Long-legged Avoset, Solitary Sandpiper, Tell-tale Snipe

3. Pl. 64: Louisiana Heron, Pied Oyster-catcher, Hooping Crane, Long-billed Curlew

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Original Prints from "American Ornithology"
1. Pl. 57: Turnstone, Ash-coloured Sandpiper, Purre, Black-bellied Plover, Red-breasted Sandpiper

2. Pl. 58: Red-breasted Snipe, Long-legged Avoset, Solitary Sandpiper, Tell-tale Snipe

3. Pl. 64: Louisiana Heron, Pied Oyster-catcher, Hooping Crane, Long-billed Curlew