American Museum of Natural History
Alice Hastings Bradley Davey Sheldon (a.k.a. Racoona Sheldon, a.k.a. James Tiptree, Jr.), as a child, accompanied Akeley to Africa with her parents
American Museum of Natural History
no. 1. Grevy's zebra. London, 1901. (image 34 x 37 cm. on board 37 x 51 cm.).
Smithsonian Libraries
Manuscript and printed textual material, photographic prints and negatives, slides, audio tapes, film, original and reproduction artwork, maps, scrapbooks, and historical and natural artifacts related to the history of African exploration and natural history, dating primarily from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries Includes correspondence, drafts of publications, diaries, account books, ephemera, posters, newsclippings, biographies, memoirs, portraits, and the former personal property of selected explorers, big game hunters, missionaries, pioneers, and naturalists in Africa. The Train Collection is particularly strong in archival materials on the following topics: the search for the source of the Nile and the progress of other exploring expeditions in Africa; the collecting of specimens of African animals, plants, and ethnological materials for zoos and museums (including a significant body of correspondence and photographs from the Smithsonian African Expedition in 1909-1910, led ... Read More
St. Lawrence University - Owen D. Young Library
This collection contains correspondence of Remington to various individuals (Poultney Bigelow, John Howard, Eva). Included are photographs, reference material and newspaper clippings relative to Remington. Also included is an extensive collection of magazines in which articles written and/or illustrated by Remington (Harper's New Monthly Magazine 1889-1902, Harper's Weekly Magazine 1886-1895, Collier's Magazine, Century Magazine). St. Lawrence University obtained this collection through purchase and gifts
Louisiana State University - Special Collections
Two letters written by Sydney Adamson in Constantinople (Istanbul) to Thomas B. Wells at Harper & Brothers in New York. The July 6, 1912 letter describes Adamson's plans to paint the Mosque of Eyoub, and asks for this work to be given primary consideration for publication. He also discusses his illness while traveling, plans to go to Baghdad in the fall, and his decision to open a studio in Paris. The second letter, dated August 6, 1912, is in response to a letter concerning copyright that Wells had sent him. Adamson disputes at length the terms on which he has given the company use of his illustrations
State Library of Queensland
Works of art and photographs of Queensland towns by Robert Kerr (Henning)
New York Public Library
Original etchings by Eugène Delacroix. Subjects include the Passion of Christ, Arabs, Jews, a blacksmith, a nude, a tiger and a lion. Nos. D16, D17, D18, D19, D20 & D21 are posthumous impressions from the portfolio, Oeuvre unique à l'eau-forte d'Eugène Delacroix, printed by Frédéric Villot and published by Cadart and Luquet in 1865. The title page from this portfolio is present. D24 may also have been printed posthumously
New York Public Library
Portraits of Eugène Delacroix and reproductive prints after paintings and drawings by the artist. Subjects include Arabs, horses, lions, rabbits, tigers, scenes from the life of Christ, scenes from Byron's "Giaour" and "Don Juan," and a martyrdom of St. Sebastian