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F20 Coyle - ENGLISH 290 / ENVIRON 244 - Representing Wildlife, visit 1

John James Audubon
White American Wolf
color lithograph on paper
20 1/2 in. x 24 1/2 in. ( 52.1 cm x 62.2 cm )
Gift of J. Frederick Hoffman
Charles Emile Jacque
Tir à la Becasse
etching on paper
( )
Museum Purchase
Laton Alton Huffman
A Killing of Elk
colotype print on paper
6 15/16 in. x 8 15/16 in. ( 17.6 cm x 22.7 cm )
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Michael Fauman
John James Audubon
Canada Warbler
hand-colored aquatint on paper
( )
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
Laton Alton Huffman
Buffalo Grazing in the Big Open, North Montana
colotype print on paper
9 15/16 in x 19 ⅞ in (25.24 cm x 50.48 cm);26 ⅛ in x 32 ⅛ in (66.36 cm x 81.6 cm)
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Michael Fauman
Two nearly identical daguerreotypes are pictured one on top of the other. They both portray an eagle perched on a tree’s branch.  The artist’s signature is typed in red lettering and arched upwards on the bottom center.<br />
Warren T. Thompson
Eagle
daguerreotype on paper
3 3/8 in x 6 11/16 in (8.5 cm x 17 cm)
Gift of Wm. B. Becker
This photograph is divided in a grid of two rows, each made up of eleven vertical images. In each of these frames, a naked man is shown climbing the rungs of a ladder. Each frame depicts the movement of his body as he makes his ascent.
Eadweard Muybridge
Man Climbing Ladder, Plate III
collotype on paper
19 in x 24 1/8 in (48.3 cm x 61.3 cm);22 1/8 in x 28 3/16 in (56.2 cm x 71.6 cm)
Gift of the Marvin Felheim Collection
This black and white stereoscopic image features two images of a view of Buffalo Bill seated in an outdoor setting with a gun across his lap. It is surrounded by the text: Sample Set No. 1; “William F. Cody or Buffalo Bill”. <br />
Stereo Classics Studio
Stereoscope Image, Sample Set No.1: "William F. Cody or Buffalo Bill"
photograph on cardboard
3 3/4 in. x 7 in. ( 9.5 cm x 17.8 cm )
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond
Victor Hammer
Baron Mayr-Melnhof (The Hunter)
mezzotint on off-white wove paper
29 15/16 in. x 19 7/8 in. ( 76 cm x 50.5 cm )
Gift of Carolyn Reading Hammer
Laton Alton Huffman
After the Buffalo Run, North Montana
colotype print on paper
9 15/16 in. x 7 15/16 in. ( 25.3 cm x 20.2 cm )
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Michael Fauman
Laton Alton Huffman
Hot Sheep in Powder River Badlands
colotype print on paper
7 15/16 in. x 9 15/16 in. ( 20.2 cm x 25.2 cm )
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Michael Fauman
This black and white stereoscopic image features two images of three bears performing in a street with men standing around them and watching.  It is surrounded by the text: Set No. 8; Underwood &amp; Underwood, Publishers, Unique; 5723—Acrobats far from their mountain home—grizzly bears in a street at Jacksonville, Florida.<br />
Stereo Classics Studio
Stereoscope Image, Set No. 8: Acrobats far from their mountain home, grizzly bears in a street at Jacksonville, Florida
photograph on cardboard
3 9/16 in. x 7 in. ( 9 cm x 17.8 cm )
Gift of Margaret and Howard Bond

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