Giraffes at the Zoo
Title:
Giraffes at the Zoo
PM 1904 Nov-9


It Has Many Good Points
Title:
It Has Many Good Points
PM 1905 Dec-12

Description:
Series 612



"Billy," Squirrel Eating a Nut
Title:
"Billy," Squirrel Eating a Nut
PM Jun-19

Description:
Capitol Park, Harrisburg, PA


Greetings From Punxsutawney on Groundhog Day - February 2nd
Title:
Greetings From Punxsutawney on Groundhog Day - February 2nd
Punxsutawney Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Punxsutawney, Pa., a community of 10,000, where, every February 2 the Groundhog appears and forecasts the weather for the succeeding six weeks. A shadow means six more weeks of winter. No sunshine, and hence no shadow, means spring is just around the corner.



Enormous Whale Washed Ashore on the Florida Coast
Title:
Enormous Whale Washed Ashore on the Florida Coast
Florida (FL), Divided Back unused


Whale Lice
Title:
Whale Lice
New York New York (NY), Linen unused

Description:
At RIPLEY ODDITORIUM 48th and Broadway, New York WHALE LICE-These are shells of creatures that attach themselves to the whale, make themselves at home in wrinkles of his skin and get under the flippers. Whales often are marooned in shallow waters while trying to rub off the vermin. BELIEVE IT OR NOT!



A Bee Dressed in a Suit and a Hat Next to a Flower
Title:
A Bee Dressed in a Suit and a Hat Next to a Flower
Divided Back PM 1912 Mar-5

Description:
If I were a honey-bee I'd pack my grip this very hour and unt you up for don't you see your sweeter than a flower


There's no use in arguing - Hippo
Title:
There's no use in arguing - Hippo
Divided Back PM 1908 May-11



Antelope
Title:
Antelope
Chrome unused


Oryx Gazelle or Beisa, The American Museum of Natural History
Title:
Oryx Gazelle or Beisa, The American Museum of Natural History
New York City New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
The oryx gazelles shown here are approaching a water hole. They are closely related to the gemsbok but smaller. A water hole is a focal point of interest for many species of animals that need to drink. In many parts of Africa the small streams fail in the dry season, and the only available moisture occurs in places where the geographical formation brings water into the holes by seepage.



East African Plains Group, The American Museum of Natural History
Title:
East African Plains Group, The American Museum of Natural History
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1956

Description:
Among the antelopes in the herds of games till roaming the East African plains are kongoni hartebeest and Thomson gazelles. The hartebeest, with its high forehead and bracket-shaped horns is characteristic of this region. Thomson gazelles, called "Tommies" by hunters, are common in East Africa. They are one of the tames tof the gazelles. In the background behind the "tommies" are Roberts gazelles, larger than the others.


Wild Turkey
Title:
Wild Turkey
Chrome PM 1956 May-5

Description:
Original watercolor by John James Audubon for Plate 1 of his "Birds of America" the New-york Historical Society



Canadian Beaver
Title:
Canadian Beaver
Chrome PM 1954 Apr-1


Greater Koodoo, The American Museum of Natural History
Title:
Greater Koodoo, The American Museum of Natural History
New York City New York (NY), Chrome PM 1954 Oct-14

Description:
The greater koodoo (often spelled kudu) carries the longest horns of any African antelope. These rise in a spreading and tapering spiral from the well-proportioned head, borne by the stately body. This antelope is well distributed through Africa south of the Sahara but not in the rain forests. It is shy and wary, and is seen in small bands of or alone.



Chipmunk Enjoying His Lunch
Title:
Chipmunk Enjoying His Lunch
Real Photo unused


Sea Lions on Fenced Dock
Title:
Sea Lions on Fenced Dock
Real Photo unused



Malay Tiger, "Princeton." New York Zoological Park
Title:
Malay Tiger, "Princeton." New York Zoological Park
Bronx New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Adult Duck with Brood
Title:
Adult Duck with Brood
Real Photo unused



"Nuts About Oregon" - Chipmunk on a rock
Title:
"Nuts About Oregon" - Squirrel on a rock
Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused


Jackrabbit with Horns found in West Texas (Jackalope)
Title:
jackrabbit with horns fund in West Texas
Real Photo PM 1948 Jul-19



Lion cubs, Lincoln Park
Title:
Lion cubs, Lincoln Park
Chicago Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-26


rabbits carrying carrots and an onion
Title:
rabbits carrying carrots and an onion
Divided Back PM 1907 Nov-21

Description:
Series 175



Giraffe Painting - Stanford Convalescent Home Playroom
Title:
Giraffe Painting - Stanford Convalescent Home Playroom
Divided Back unused

Description:
Wolo Series 7


Bennie, The Friendly Seal - St. Clair
Title:
Bennie, The Friendly Seal - St. Clair
Real Photo

Description:
Bennie the friendly Sea Lion who visited St. Clair December 1935 and 1936 and played about On the roads with the dogs. He even found his way through a window of a house at St. Clair and entered the ladys bedroom and had a nap on the bed. He was taken to Brighton and released there but was back at St. Clair before the hour. He was taken to the zoo at Wellington and passed away there.



The Hippo Speaks
Title:
The Hippo Speaks
Divided Back PM 1905 Jun-30

Description:
Series 3040


Two Foxes in Woods
Title:
Two Foxes in Woods
Real Photo PM 1907 Aug-27



Lick, Lick
Title:
Lick, Lick
San Francisco California (CA), Chrome unused

Description:
It tastes real good! Giraffe at Fleishhacker Zoo San Francisco, Calif. Mike Roberts


Collection of White Rabbits
Title:
Collection of White Rabbits
Real Photo unused



Chipmunk Climbing Tree
Title:
Chipmunk Climbing Tree
Real Photo unused


A Pair of Buns!
Title:
A Pair of Buns!
Divided Back PM 1906 Feg-14



Reading Bunny Rabbit
Title:
Reading Bunny Rabbit
Divided Back unused


Beautiful Butterflies
Title:
Beautiful Butterflies
Divided Back unused

Description:
C. Klein Series No.1234



Butterflies
Title:
Butterflies
Divided Back unused

Description:
C. Klein Series 1231


Dr. W. H. Southworth's Full Blood Educated Timber Wolf
Title:
Dr. W. H. Southworth's Full Blood Educated Timber Wolf
Fargo North Dakota (ND), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1910 Feb-5



W. H. Southworth's Full Blood Educated Black Timber Wolf
Title:
W. H. Southworth's Full Blood Educated Black Timber Wolf
Fargo North Dakota (ND), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1910 Feb-5


Romeo Rabbit, The Kissing Bunny
Title:
Romeo Rabbit, The Kissing Bunny
Chrome unused

Description:
ROMEO RABBIT, the kissing bunny. He must kiss his girl friend until she blushes to get his food reward. One of the new automatic trained animal acts at Children's Zoo, Fort Worth Zoo, installed by animal psychologist Keller Breland of Hot Springs, Ark.



White Rabbit and Flowers
Title:
White Rabbit and Flowers
Divided Back PM 1912 Apr-3

Description:
Gem - Easter Series 3646


Wounded Musk-Ox, Musk Ox Shot by Hunter
Title:
Wounded Musk-Ox, Musk Ox Shot by Hunter
Divided Back unused

Description:
John Innes Troilene Animal Series Far, far to the North, where the winter works its will upon desolate reaches of rocks, and ice, mosses, and scrub, the musk-oxen make their home. They are not numerous as the buffalo were, and the number now supposed to inhabit this continent has been estimated at about nine thousand. However, explorers and gold-seekers find their meat most excellent eating, and the long-haired pelt serviceable covering. These animals in appearance seem to belong as much to the sheep family as to the bovine.



Havin' a Fine Time, Wish You Were Here!
Title:
Havin' a Fine Time, Wish You Were Here!
Real Photo PM 1940 Jun-7


"Little Jimmie", Billed as the World's Smallest Mule
Title:
"Little Jimmie", Billed as the World's Smallest Mule
Chrome unused

Description:
"Little Jimmie" is under 32 inches tall and weighs 125 lbs. A popular attraction displayed at County Fairs in Ohio and Kentucky. Owned and shown by Paul F. Nash Concessions, 1119 Coles Boulevard, Portsmouth, Ohio 45662.



People Looking at Beached Whale
Title:
People Looking at Beached Whale
Real Photo unused


Merman on Exhibition at the Gator Farm and Marine Museum
Title:
Merman on Exhibition at the Gator Farm and Marine Museum
Hot Springs Arkansas (AR), White Border unused

Description:
A member of the family of Nereida that inhabited the China Sea many centuries ago. This specimen having been captured in the Gulf of Tonquin, a tributary of the China Sea, off the coast of Quihoy, about five hundred miles from Hong Kong. It belongs to the species of Herbivorous Cetacea, one of the rarest inhabitants of the Sea. Herbivorous Cetacea occasionally wandered into the more Northern Seas and invariably caused great excitement among the seamen. In the waters of the Manaar, they were quite frequently seen by Arab and Greek seamen years ago but they are now almost an extinct type of animal life. This specimen was purchased from the National Museum of China, through the firm of Fook Woh & Co., Importers, San Francisco, Calif. and it is said there are but few others, they being in the large Museums of Europe.



A Finback Whale Aground
Title:
A Finback Whale Aground
Chrome unused

Description:
Cape Cod National Seashore The large whales, as a group, are the largest animals that have ever lived. They are even larger than the now extinct dinosaurs. Most of the bulk of this whale is still under water. A "rule of thumb" estimate of the weight of a large whale is 1 TON for each foot of length. This whale was 61' long.


Metropolitan Beach 'Turtle Race"
Title:
Metropolitan Beach 'Turtle Race"
Chrome unused

Description:
Developed by the Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority, five-county park and parkway agency, it is the largest and finest fresh water beach of its kind. This 550-acrepark is along Lake St. Clare, 5 miles east of Mt. Clemens and 22 miles northeast of downtown Detroit. Features include a food bar, 55 acres if sandy beach, boardwalk, marina and a variety of recreational facilities. Open year-round. Colourpicture Publishers, Inc.



I elect you member of the Bug Club
Title:
I elect you member of the Bug Club
Divided Back unused


Alpacas Nativas Del Peru
Title:
Alpacas Nativas Del Peru
Real Photo unused



Goats on Cliff
Title:
Goats on Cliff
Idaho (ID), Real Photo PM 1921 Aug-16


Mountain Goat
Title:
Mountain Goat
Real Photo PM 1919 Aug-12



Seymouria Reptile
Title:
Seymouria Reptile
Chrome unused

Description:
Seymouria lived during lower Permian times, 230 million years ago. He is regarded as the "grandfather reptile", one of the "missing links" between the primitive amphibians and the reptiles. These life-size replicas are displayed in Oregon's rain forest at the Prehistoric Gardens on the Oregon Coast Highway 101.


Flock of Geese in Field
Title:
Flock of Geese in Field
Real Photo



Elk-Drawn Trotter Cart at Bill Meyer's Park
Title:
Elk-Drawn Trotter Cart at Bill Meyer's Park
Real Photo unused


Visit the Bull Elk at Bill Myer's Park, Wshingtonville, PA
Title:
Visit the Bull Elk at Bill Myer's Park, Wshingtonville, PA
Pennsylvania (PA), Real Photo unused



Two crickets and a bee
Title:
Two crickets and a bee
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 431 Crickets facing each other with a bee flying overhead


Embossed Butterfly
Title:
Embossed Butterfly
Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-17



Armadillo - Panama
Title:
Armadillo - Panama
Real Photo unused


Elk - Winter on the State Game Reservation
Title:
Elk - Winter on the State Game Reservation
Wisconsin (WI), Real Photo PM Aug-25



Illustration of Crab - Charybdis Erythrodactyla
Title:
Illustration of Crab - Charybdis Erythrodactyla
Hawaii (HI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Fishes of Hawaii The Aquarium at Waikiki, Honolulu claims the rarest and most beautiful fish in the world. They are odd in shape having all the hues of the rainbow with the tints laid on as if with the brush. Words are inadequate to accurately portray these exquisite colors and weird shapes.


A Good Winter Home
Title:
A Good Winter Home
Real Photo



Rabbit drive in southern California
Title:
Rabbit drive in southern California
California (CA), White Border PM 1919 Aug-29


Raccoon in a cage
Title:
Raccoon in a cage
Real Photo unused



"Billy" the Squirrel, Capitol Park
Title:
"Billy" the Squirrel, Capitol Park
Harrisburg Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-13


Domestic Rabbit
Title:
Domestic Rabbit
Philadelphia Pennsylvania (PA), Linen

Description:
"Peter rabbit" pauses on his doorstep to watch the camera man. He lives in a special Rabbit Village in the Zoo, which contains several Cape Cod Cottages, a church, a firehouse and a school



Moving Day in Possum Town
Title:
Moving Day in Possum Town
Divided Back PM 1909 Apr-22


Arrived Here Just at the Right Time - Possum
Title:
Arrived Here Just at the Right Time - Possum
Divided Back unused



A Native at Diamond Lake
Title:
A Native at Diamond Lake
Real Photo unused


Rooster on Fence
Title:
Rooster on Fence
Real Photo unused



A Six Foot Iguana
Title:
A Six Foot Iguana
Real Photo


Western Kansas Rabbit Drive - the Biggest Kill
Title:
Western Kansas Rabbit Drive - the Biggest Kill
Real Photo



Crocodile, Largest in Captivity, 165 Years Old
Title:
Crocodile, Largest in Captivity, 165 Years Old
Real Photo unused


Crab, claws facing front
Title:
Crab, claws facing front
Real Photo unused



Walruses in the Arctic Region
Title:
Walruses in the Arctic Region
Divided Back unused

Description:
In the Arctic Regions, II Series 9187 A group of Walruses resting peacefully in the Arctic region


Bonney Blue Chinchillas, Inc
Title:
Bonney Blue Chinchillas, Inc
Divided Back unused

Description:
10339 Puritan Ave. - Phone: University 1-7499 Detroit 38, Mich



"A Happy Family" - Three Koalas
Title:
"A Happy Family" - Three Koalas
Divided Back unused


Venomous Jellyfish
Title:
Venomous Jellyfish
unused

Description:
1. Chrysaora hysocella (L.) 2. Pelagia noctiluca (Forskål) 3. Cyanca capillata (L.) British Museum (Natural History)



Aquarium Marin de Monaco
Title:
Aquarium Marin de Monaco
unused

Description:
6. Octopus - Octopus vulgaris


Bedtime Story by Racey Helps
Title:
Bedtime Story by Racey Helps
Chrome unused



Mallard by Winifred Austen
Title:
Mallard by Winifred Austen
Divided Back unused

Description:
Winifred Austen - Bird Series 1307 The Mallard - "Anas platyrncha." Best known of the wild ducks. To be seen in large numbers in winter when it gets to the river estuaries. In June the drake goes into what is called the "Eclipse" or "Female" plumage, changing back about October. It nests in bents or reeds and 8 to 14 pale green or olive white eggs are laid. Length, 23"


Moose
Title:
Moose
Wapiti Wyoming (WY), Real Photo PM 1931 Jul-16



Koala "Qantas treats you better all around, they boast. What that airline needs is a little humility
Title:
Koala "Qantas treats you better all around, they boast. What that airline needs is a little humility
Continental Chrome PM 1972 May-22


A Giraffe Can Stretch his Neck Seven Feet but it is not Nice to Imitate the Giraffe
Title:
A Giraffe Can Stretch his Neck Seven Feet but it is not Nice to Imitate the Giraffe
unused



Rowsty Dowt
Title:
Rowsty Dowt
Divided Back

Description:
Rowsty Dowt, my fire's all out, My little dame is not at home! I'll saddle my cock and bridle my hen, And fetch my little dame home again. Home she came, tritty trot. She ask'd for the porridge she left in the pot; Some she ate and some she shog And some she gave to the truckler's dog; She took up the ladle and knock'd its head, And now poor Dapsy dog is dead


Embossed Image of Large Blue Moth
Title:
Embossed Image of Large Blue Moth
Divided Back PM 1915



The Arctic Regions, Harp Seals basking on the ice
Title:
The Arctic Regions, Harp Seals basking on the ice
Divided Back unused

Description:
In the Arctic Regions Series II, 9187


Fun on the Ice
Title:
Fun on the Ice
Chrome unused

Description:
Margaret Tempest Series 82



The Stepping Stones
Title:
The Stepping Stones
Chrome unused

Description:
Margaret Tempest Series 106


Guanas - Central America
Title:
Guanas - Central America
Real Photo unused



Montana Elk
Title:
Montana Elk
Real Photo PM Aug-22

Description:
Series 110


Cattle in Wisconsin Pasture Lands (Scenes Along the Country Roads)
Title:
Cattle in Wisconsin Pasture Lands (Scenes Along the Country Roads)
Divided Back PM 1913 Jul-23



Mountain Lions
Title:
Mountain Lions
Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-20


So Haughty and Proud
Title:
So Haughty and Proud
unused

Description:
Series 4500



Great White Shark
Title:
Great White Shark
unused


Rabbit,Beetles and flowers
Title:
Rabbit,Beetles and flowers
Trade Card unused



Never Shake a Dead Rat, Dig up a Live One!
Title:
Never Shake a Dead Rat, Dig up a Live One!
Divided Back

Description:
Never Series 39 Julius Bien & Co


Texas Longhorns on Autry-Colborn Lightning C Rodeo Ranch
Title:
Texas Longhorns on Autry-Colborn Lightning C Rodeo Ranch
Linen unused



Old Mr. Groundhog hid Away in February the Second Day, He saw his Shadow on the Ground
Title:
Old Mr. Groundhog hid Away in February the Second Day, He saw his Shadow on the Ground
Divided Back unused

Description:
And reached his hole in one short bound. -R. d. Locke


Beige Butterfly on Blue Background with Branches
Title:
Beige Butterfly on Blue Background with Branches
unused



American Bison
Title:
American Bison
unused

Description:
Largest native animal of North America. In 1889, only 85 of the animals were left. Ted and Ned shown here, were captured by Captain Waterman


Sea Lions, Lincoln Park Zoo
Title:
Sea Lions, Lincoln Park Zoo
PM 1905 Jun-29

Description:
Series 98



Pair of Giraffes
Title:
Pair of Giraffes
unused


Giraffe in Zoo Enclosure
Title:
Giraffe in Zoo Enclosure
unused



Seal on the Rocks beside the Ocean
Title:
Seal on the Rocks beside the Ocean
unused


Suggestions for Lovers From the Jungle
Title:
Suggestions for Lovers From the Jungle
unused

Description:
I've got the Rino let us get married



Tiger in the Jungle
Title:
Tiger in the Jungle
unused

Description:
Series 1109


The Natural Length of the Body is Indicated by the Line, A Common Wall Spider
Title:
The Natural Length of the Body is Indicated by the Line, A Common Wall Spider
unused

Description:
Series N 4 Male Below: Male palpus, enlarged British Museum (Natural History)



Two Otters and a Fish
Title:
Two Otters and a Fish
unused


Among the Bunnies
Title:
Among the Bunnies
Divided Back unused

Description:
Among the Bunnies Series 3040



Where did I put that Powder Puff?
Title:
Where did I put that Powder Puff?
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series Pk 137


I'm Looking for You
Title:
I'm Looking for You
Divided Back PM 1913 Jan-16



Tigers in the Grass
Title:
Tigers in the Grass
Divided Back unused


Girl with Geese by the Water
Title:
Girl with Geese by the Water
Divided Back unused



LLamas at the Zoological Gardens, Melbourne
Title:
LLamas at the Zoological Gardens, Melbourne
Divided Back unused


The Lone Packer Artist With Scenes Along the Trail
Title:
The Lone Packer Artist With Scenes Along the Trail
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series LP-7 Cliff McCordy San Francisco, California



The Leopard
Title:
The Leopard
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Leopard is found throughout the African continent and ranks third in the Cat family. This animal is fierce and blood-thirsty and kills more than it can devour. It lies in ambush for its prey, which consists of almost any animal it can overcome, though it is said to evince a preference for dog flesh and that of human beings. The Best in the World Dr. J.W. Hamilton of San Francisco, Cal., says: "I have sold Warner's White Wine of Tar Syrup for years. It is the best cough remedy I ever saw and has no equal for asthma."


The Rhinoceros
Title:
The Rhinoceros
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 13 The rhinoceros ranges from Abyssinia to Cape Colony, but the attacks of the white sportsmen are rapidly reducing its numbers. The male measures, standing, over six feet at the shoulders. It browses in the open country. The rhinoceros is the largest and most powerful terrestrial animal, with the exception of the elephant, and is usually harmless. While apparently so clumsily formed, it can run with great speed. The flesh is sometimes used for food



Tiger and Cobra
Title:
Tiger and Cobra
Divided Back unused

Description:
The tropic sun is slowly sinking in the west when the tiger awakens from his afternoon slumber. Before him, on the ground, is the cobra attempting to charm this ferocious beast of the jungle, who well knows that a bite from the snake will poison his blood, ad in a few seconds his body would be a lifeless form. He gazes with terror at the cobra, watching its every move; then he makes one high leap over his enemy and disappears in the thick of the jungle


The Gnu - A species of Antelope
Title:
The Gnu - A species of Antelope
Divided Back unused



Hippotamus in the swamp
Title:
Hippotamus in the swamp
Divided Back unused

Description:
Roosevelt Tour Series


Rhinoceros at Rest
Title:
Rhinoceros at Rest
Divided Back unused

Description:
Roosevelt Tour Series The Roosevelt photographer who took this picture of a rhinoceros sunning himself on his native velt, had a narrow escape. The animal charged him and he had to flee, leaving his camera. This rhinoceros is the most dangerous animal in the African wilds, as he has a very uncertain temper and will often charge a man without the slightest warning. He is, however, very stupid and almost blind and cannot see anything distinctly at a distance of ten yards. The recourse of the hunter is to remain still and the chances are very good that the rhinoceros will miss him in his charge. They have been known to have horns as long as 47 inches



Striped Hyena (Hyaena Straiata)
Title:
Striped Hyena (Hyaena Straiata)
Divided Back unused


Greetings from the Country
Title:
Greetings from the Country
Divided Back PM 1909 Apr-21



Caribou Crossing the Yukon River
Title:
Caribou Crossing the Yukon River
Real Photo unused


Two Australian Kangaroos
Title:
Two Australian Kangaroos
Real Photo PM 1959 Oct-10



Armadillos
Title:
Armadillos
Real Photo


Caribou Swimming in the Yukon River
Title:
Caribou Swimming in the Yukon River
Real Photo unused



Reindeer Herd Grazing on Tundra
Title:
Reindeer Herd Grazing on Tundra
Real Photo unused


Suggestions for Lovers From the Jungle, I've got the "Rino" Let us get Married
Title:
Suggestions for Lovers From the Jungle, I've got the "Rino" Let us get Married
Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-22



Hippo Series No. 5, That Bun was Stale!
Title:
Hippo Series No. 5, That Bun was Stale!
Divided Back unused


A novel wet nurse
Title:
A novel wet nurse
Divided Back



Mountain Lion or Cougar
Title:
Mountain Lion or Cougar
Divided Back


Three Girls with Flock of Geese
Title:
Three Girls with Flock of Geese
Divided Back unused



Spending the Winter in the Sunshine State
Title:
Spending the Winter in the Sunshine State
Florida (FL), Linen unused


"Ben" The Pet of the Island, at lunch hour
Title:
"Ben" The Pet of the Island, at lunch hour
Divided Back PM 1914 Apr-1



Llama, Peru
Title:
Llama, Peru
Real Photo unused


Beaver House, Pond and Dam
Title:
Beaver House, Pond and Dam
Linen unused

Description:
Beaver Dams and ponds are frequent scenes along the marshy valleys in the mountains. These industrious little animals are marvelous engineers constructing dams and diverting streams to suit their purpose



Panther
Title:
Panther
Real Photo unused

Description:
As seen from jungle cruise on Weekiwachee River - US 19 at Fla. 50


Kangaroo Wearing a Collar
Title:
Kangaroo Wearing a Collar
Real Photo PM Apr-29



Cow Moose - A Thing of Beauty
Title:
Cow Moose - A Thing of Beauty
Real Photo unused


Wild Reindeer on Bristol Bay Range
Title:
Wild Reindeer on Bristol Bay Range
Real Photo unused



Zebras at Water Hole
Title:
Zebras at Water Hole
Real Photo unused


Squirrel Nutkin by Beatrix Potter
Title:
Squirrel Nutkin by Beatrix Potter
Continental Chrome unused



Bull Elk an dCows
Title:
Bull Elk an dCows
Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Sometimes attaining weights of up to 1,000 pounds, these powerful animals have survived in considerable numbers in mountains of the great west. The Indian name for the elk is Wapiti


Scorpions: Warriors of the Desert
Title:
Scorpions: Warriors of the Desert
Real Photo PM 1940 Mar-12



Billie Gets Busy
Title:
Billie Gets Busy
PM 1910 Feb-8


Woman and Child Feeding Lambs
Title:
Woman and Child Feeding Lambs
unused

Description:
La Petite Nourrice



Giraffe - East Africa, "Giraffa tipplekirchii" - Washington Park Zoological Gardens
Title:
Giraffe - East Africa, "Giraffa tipplekirchii" - Washington Park Zoological Gardens
Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI), White Border unused


South African Jumping Hare
Title:
South African Jumping Hare
Divided Back unused



American Cottontail Rabbit
Title:
American Cottontail Rabbit
Divided Back unused

Description:
The common cottontail of the eastern United States is well known under the nickname "Molly Cottontail" and "Brer Rabbit." Although kept down by hunters and dogs, it maintains itself in numbers not only in wild parts but also about farms and country estates and even in city parks


Prairie Hare
Title:
Prairie Hare
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Prairie Hare or White-tailed Jackrabbit inhabits the Great Plains of central North America. Unlike the black-tailed jackrabbits, this very distinct species turns white in winter. Although called a jackrabbit, it is most closely related to the Arctic and varying hares



Hippopotamus
Title:
Hippopotamus
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 6961


Grant's Gazelle
Title:
Grant's Gazelle
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1509 On the plateau between Victoria Nyanza and the Rift Valley roam herds of antelopes of many kinds, including Grant's Gazelle, Oryx Antelopes, Jackson's Hartebeste, Water Buck, and many other kinds. It is in this region that the Roosevelt party are making their finest collection of specimens. This is a beautiful country, with a climate all the year round like a New England June. This central plateau is 4,000 or 5,000 feet high, making the climate temperate



Giraffes
Title:
Giraffes
Divided Back


The Indian Dhole
Title:
The Indian Dhole
Divided Back unused

Description:
Zoological Society of London



Muskrat on a Rock by a River
Title:
Muskrat on a Rock by a River
Divided Back unused


Malay Tapir
Title:
Malay Tapir
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 20



American Sable or Marten
Title:
American Sable or Marten
Divided Back unused

Description:
Mustela americana


Gray Rabbit or Cottontail
Title:
Gray Rabbit or Cottontail
Divided Back unused

Description:
Gray Rabbit Series Lepus floridanus mallurus



Musk Ox
Title:
Musk Ox
Divided Back unused

Description:
Ovibos moschatus


Little Chief Hare or Pika
Title:
Little Chief Hare or Pika
Divided Back unused

Description:
Ochotona princeps



Little Chief Hare or Pika
Title:
Little Chief Hare or Pika
Divided Back unused

Description:
Ochotona princeps


Common Shrew
Title:
Common Shrew
Divided Back unused

Description:
Sorex personatus



Flying Squirrel On a Tree Trunk
Title:
Flying Squirrel On a Tree Trunk
Divided Back unused

Description:
Flying Squirrel. Sciuropterus volans


Otter
Title:
Otter
Divided Back unused

Description:
Lutra canadensis



Texas Peccary
Title:
Texas Peccary
Divided Back unused

Description:
Tayassu angulatum


Arctic Fox
Title:
Arctic Fox
Divided Back unused

Description:
Artic Fox Series Vulpes lagopus



Chipmunk
Title:
Chipmunk
Divided Back unused

Description:
Tamias striatus


Fox Squirrel
Title:
Fox Squirrel
Divided Back unused

Description:
Sciurus niger



Canada Porcupine
Title:
Canada Porcupine
Divided Back unused

Description:
Erethizon dorsatus


Leopard
Title:
Leopard
Divided Back unused

Description:
Helena Maguire Animal Studies Series 6713



Lion
Title:
Lion
Divided Back unused

Description:
Wild Animals Series 8785 Though believed by some to be less powerful than the tiger, the lion is the king of beasts and is certainly the handsomest. The impression of size and strength is due to the flowing mane present in almost all adult males. Another characteristic is the tuft of long hair at the extremity of the tail


Where DID I put that powder puff?
Title:
Where DID I put that powder puff?
Divided Back PM 1984

Description:
Noel Hopking Series 137



This is a good place to butt in
Title:
This is a good place to butt in
Divided Back


Two Alaskan Beauties
Title:
Two Alaskan Beauties
Chrome unused

Description:
Alaska King Crab is one of the choicest and most sought after foods of the sea. It is caught in the icy waters of the North Pacific and the Bering Sea. It grows up to 25 pounds and with a 6 gt. spread



Two Giraffes at a Watering Hole
Title:
Two Giraffes at a Watering Hole
Divided Back PM 1908 Apr-16

Description:
F. Perlberg Fauna II Series 682, 4


Stoats
Title:
Stoats
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2600



Black Jaguar
Title:
Black Jaguar
Divided Back unused

Description:
W.S. Berredge Series 6


A Walrus Herd in the Arctic
Title:
A Walrus Herd in the Arctic
Divided Back PM 1913 Mar-05

Description:
F. H. Nowell Series L441



Snow Scene With Polar Bear
Title:
Snow Scene With Polar Bear
Divided Back PM 1908 May-11

Description:
Series 409


Wild Marmot and Xerphyllum near timber line
Title:
Wild Marmot and Xerphyllum near timber line
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 112



Ocelot on a Tree Branch
Title:
Ocelot on a Tree Branch
Divided Back unused

Description:
Ocelot: Felis pardalis


American Sable or Marten (Mustela Americana)
Title:
American Sable or Marten (Mustela Americana)
Divided Back unused



Otter (Lutra canadensis) With Fish
Title:
Otter (Lutra canadensis) With Fish
Divided Back


Walrus on an Iceberg
Title:
Walrus on an Iceberg
Divided Back

Description:
Odobenus rosmarus



Musk Ox
Title:
Musk Ox
Divided Back unused


Canadian Beaver Nibbling a Branch
Title:
Canadian Beaver Nibbling a Branch
Divided Back unused

Description:
Harvey Castor Canadensis



Pine Hawk Moth and Caterpillar
Title:
Pine Hawk Moth and Caterpillar
Divided Back

Description:
Cadbury's Cocoa


Red Squirrel
Title:
Red Squirrel
Divided Back unused



Young Elephant Seal
Title:
Young Elephant Seal
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 25


Chameleon
Title:
Chameleon
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series K15 Waterlow & Sons Limited



Moose
Title:
Moose
Real Photo unused


Tigress and Cubs
Title:
Tigress and Cubs
Divided Back unused

Description:
In the jungle



Gay's Lion Farm
Title:
Gay's Lion Farm
El Monte California (CA), Real Photo unused


Serval After Bird
Title:
Serval After Bird
Divided Back unused

Description:
About the size of a lynx, climbs trees and preys on birds and small animals



Two Butterflies
Title:
Two Butterflies
unused


Birds and Butterflies Series - Adonis Blue
Title:
Birds and Butterflies Series - Adonis Blue
unused

Description:
The male Adonis Blue is blue, but the female is brown. This is one of the many illustrations from the book Butterflies on the Wing by L. Hugh Newman in the Truth in a Tale Series of nature-books for children



British Butterflies
Title:
British Butterflies
unused

Description:
Comma (polygonia c-album); pearl-bordere fritillary (argynnis euphrosyne); Small Pearl-Bordered Fritllary (Argunnis selene); Painted Lady (P:urameis cardui); Natual size


Exotic Moths of the British Museum
Title:
Exotic Moths of the British Museum
unused

Description:
Pitthea meavei Pitthea chrysoptera Mimaletis postica



East African Wart-Hog, New York Zoological Park
Title:
East African Wart-Hog, New York Zoological Park
unused


Leopard in tree
Title:
Leopard in tree
unused

Description:
Leopard, also called the South African Tiger, more dreaded even than the lion. It often is on the watch for its prey on ledges of hills, or on trees, overhanging the paths frequented by game



Cheetah
Title:
Cheetah
PM 1932 Aug-14


Leopards, on sitting, one lying down
Title:
Leopards, on sitting, one lying down
PM 1912



Two Giraffes in Their Habitat
Title:
Two Giraffes in Their Habitat
PM 1923 May-30


Puma
Title:
Puma
PM 1907 Dec-30



Wart Hog
Title:
Wart Hog
PM 1911 Jan-30

Description:
The wart hog is a native of Central Africa. It has a naked tail, a body sparsely covered with bristles, and a long stiff mane along the neck and back. It has two large facial warts fully developed on its peculiarly shaped head. This animal eats roots and plants and is hunted on account of its flesh, wich is in high esteem


Four butterflies and also flowers
Title:
Four butterflies and also flowers


Description:
Friendship's Greeting. You knew it before, but I'll say it once more, I remains just the same, your friend as of yore



With Best Wishes
Title:
With Best Wishes



Seal Rocks off Coast of California
Title:
Seal Rocks off Coast of California
California (CA), Divided Back PM 1912 Aug-11



A West Texas Coyote
Title:
A West Texas Coyote
Texas (TX), Real Photo unused


Baby Badger, Native of the Southwest
Title:
Baby Badger, Native of the Southwest
Real Photo unused



Baby Hedgehog (England)
Title:
Baby Hedgehog (England)
Real Photo unused


Group of Koala Bears
Title:
Group of Koala Bears
Real Photo unused



Winter Herd of Sea Lions
Title:
Winter Herd of Sea Lions
Oregon (OR), Real Photo unused

Description:
Sea Lion Caves, Oregon Coast Highway


Wolverine Feeding
Title:
Wolverine Feeding
Real Photo unused



Dolphin at Marine Park
Title:
Dolphin at Marine Park
Continental Chrome unused


Wapiti
Title:
Wapiti
Continental Chrome unused



Wild Visit Tame
Title:
Wild Visit Tame
Michigan (MI), Linen


A Hunting Cheetah on a Cart, with Minders
Title:
A Hunting Cheetah on a Cart, with Minders
unused



Elk in the Woods
Title:
Elk in the Woods
Banff Alberta (AB), Real Photo unused


American Wapiti (Elk)
Title:
American Wapiti (Elk)
Divided Back unused

Description:
Antlers in "velvet" about two months growth, New York Zoological Park



Opossum at Home in Log
Title:
Opossum at Home in Log
Chrome unused

Description:
Gerard Photo The Didelphis marsupialis in winter may search in and under logs for insects. If it becomes extra cold it will "hole up" for a spell. But this is not true hibernation


Hippopotamus "Pete", New York Zoological park
Title:
Hippopotamus "Pete", New York Zoological park
New York New York (NY), Divided Back unused



New York Zoological Park - Eland
Title:
New York Zoological Park - Eland
New York New York (NY), Divided Back unused


New York Zoological Park - Part of Elk Herd
Title:
New York Zoological Park - Part of Elk Herd
New York New York (NY), Divided Back unused



Oo! I Love You!
Title:
Oo! I Love You!
Divided Back PM 1924 Jun-24

Description:
FEM Ollette Series 3362


Two Butterflies and Blue Flowers
Title:
Two Butterflies and Blue Flowers
Divided Back PM 1927 Apr-26

Description:
Best Wishes Friend Although this little card For just a trifle was bought, The wishes that it bears Are the best that can be thought



The Naosaurus
Title:
The Naosaurus
New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The American Museum of Natural History The Naosaurus. An extinct lizard from Texas. Length 8 ft. The lower figure shows the appearance of the animal when alive


Drop of Pond Water
Title:
Drop of Pond Water
Stamford Connecticut (CT), Chrome unused

Description:
Magnified 250 times and reproduced in glass by Edwin H. Reiber. Overbrook Building, Stamford Museum and Nature Center, Stamford, Connecticut



A Florida Coon
Title:
A Florida Coon
Divided Back PM 1917 Jan-27


Seals on Jagged Islet, West Coast of Washington
Title:
Seals on Jagged Islet, West Coast of Washington
Washington (WA), Divided Back unused



Tiger at Ringling Brothers Winter Quarters
Title:
Tiger at Ringling Brothers Winter Quarters
Sarasota Florida (FL), White Border unused


Caribou swimming the Yukon River
Title:
Caribou swimming the Yukon River
Real Photo unused



Alaskan Moose
Title:
Alaskan Moose
Alaska (AK), Real Photo


Yak, Arctic Musk Ox
Title:
Yak, Arctic Musk Ox
Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Zebra Lincoln Park Chicago
Title:
Zebra Lincoln Park Chicago
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 1386


Are you dead - or just "playing possum?"
Title:
Are you dead - or just "playing possum?"
Divided Back unused

Description:
I Series Why don't you write?



South American Tapir and Young
Title:
South American Tapir and Young
Divided Back unused


Pollack Mink Farm
Title:
Pollack Mink Farm
Deer Lake Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Route 122, Deer Lake, Pa. - 8 miles North of Hamburg, Pa. All roads lead to Pollack Mink Farm and retail showroom



Gray Wolf and a Scrap for Dinner
Title:
Gray Wolf and a Scrap for Dinner
Divided Back


Elk in Native State
Title:
Elk in Native State
Divided Back

Description:
This beautiful group of elk typifies scenes of early days, but this was before the advent of the camera. Like the view however, now at rare intervals gladden the heart of the hunters, not only in the Rockies yet also the Olympic, even above the clouds



Bringing the Stock to the Fair
Title:
Bringing the Stock to the Fair
Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


When Love is Young
Title:
When Love is Young
Divided Back unused

Description:
Br'er Rabbit Series 112, 2173



There's Music In The Air
Title:
There's Music In The Air
Divided Back unused

Description:
Brier Rabbit Series 112 American Post Card


Raising Turkeys in Scenic Utah
Title:
Raising Turkeys in Scenic Utah
Linen unused

Description:
Thanksgiving comes every day of the year in this land of big turkey flocks. These fan tailed birds spread out over a vast acreage, sometimes reaching out as far as the eye can see. This region, with its scenic splendors, is a land of superlatives E. C. Kropp Co



Hippopotamus
Title:
Hippopotamus
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hippopotamus is an African quadruped and as our picture illustrates, of aquatic habits, having a thick skin and short legs. It abounds in all rivers and lakes of middle and southern Africa and resembles a colossal hog. Its skin is thickly covered with bristles and used by the natives for shields and straps. This generally harmless animal eats roots and sappy plants and becomes most dangerous when attacked by the hunter. The meat is tasty and the bacon derived from it a delicacy; the protruding teeth are sold as ivory


Caribou Migrating Near the Arctic Circle
Title:
Caribou Migrating Near the Arctic Circle
Real Photo unused

Description:
Caribou are the most numerous large mammals in the Arctic Refuge. Two herds occur there: the Porcupine Herd (named afer the Porcupine River) and the Central Arctic Herd. The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge is within the main range of the Porcupine Herd, which numbers approximately 152,000 animals, and on the periphery of the range of the smaller Central Arctic Herd with 23,400 animals



Desert Wild Life
Title:
Desert Wild Life
Linen unused

Description:
Depicted here are some of the more outstanding specimens of desert wild life. Many of them can live long periods without water


Bunnies Carrying Vegetables
Title:
Bunnies Carrying Vegetables
Divided Back PM Feb-19

Description:
Series 175



American Elk, Yellowstone Park
Title:
American Elk, Yellowstone Park
California (CA), White Border unused

Description:
American Elk, Yellowstone Park. There are thousands of these stately animals in the Park. It is a natural wonder that their great antlers can be grown to maturity in a few months to be discarded and regrown each year. Elk and deer frequently graze together by the roadside


Mr. Ground Hog the original weather prophet
Title:
Mr. Ground Hog the original weather prophet
Linen unused

Description:
t-26 Mr. Ground Hog the original weather prophet



Porpoises
Title:
Porpoises
Florida (FL), Chrome unused

Description:
Series FG 154 84945 Famed "educated" porpoises perform for your enjoyment at Marineland of Florida Florida Natural Color Inc


Reindeer Herd
Title:
Reindeer Herd
Alaska (AK), Divided Back PM 1914 Jan-16

Description:
Series 5112 Photo by Nowell & Rognon



Mt. Hood Oregon And The Monarch Of The Mountain
Title:
Mt. Hood Oregon And The Monarch Of The Mountain
Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-04

Description:
Series 2308


Chicks
Title:
Chicks
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 2685



Birthday Greetings
Title:
Birthday Greetings
Divided Back PM 1910 Aug-00


Elk Calling in the Woods
Title:
Elk Calling in the Woods
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 3896



Emblem Of Our Own Great Resurrection
Title:
Emblem Of Our Own Great Resurrection
Divided Back

Description:
Series 12 Butterfly


Tigress
Title:
Tigress
Divided Back unused

Description:
Wild Animals Series 8785 Tigress, The Female of the Species, smaller in size than the males, who measure five-and-a-half to six and a half ft. in length to the root o the tail. Which is about 3 ft. Long, Typically a jungle animal, the tiger is found in forest regions or in grassy plains. It is intolerant of extreme heat and is usually found near water."



Cy De Vry And Senator In Lincoln Park
Title:
Cy De Vry And Senator In Lincoln Park
Chicago Illinois (IL), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-00

Description:
Series 1359


Leopard
Title:
Leopard
Divided Back unused

Description:
Educational Series of Postcards Series 401 the Leopard, which is also called the Panther, is common to Asia and Africa. It is a subtle and crafty creature, and climbs trees with wonderful agility, from the branches of which it drops upon its unsuspecting prey. It is also a cruel and bloodthirsty creature, often killing when not hungry, merely for the pleasure of destruction. As it lives among the branches of trees, it is aspecial terror to monkeys and other arboreal animals."



Opossum
Title:
Opossum
Divided Back unused

Description:
Educational Series of Postcards Series 401 The Opossum, (Didelphys marsupialis.) The common Opossum is an American Marsupial or pouched mammal almost the size of a cat. It is arboreal in its habits, its long, naked, scaly and highly prehensile tail being of great assistance to it when climbing. Opossums are not particular as to their diet, for rabbits, fowls, fruit, insects and carrion all find favor with them. Many persons are exceedingly fond of the flesh of these animals. Which resembles that ofa young hog, only more delicate. It is strange, however, that a dog will starve sooner than eat the flesh of the Opossum."


One The Alert
Title:
One The Alert
Divided Back PM Apr-13

Description:
On the Alert. This photograph was taken by a sportsman photographer at close range. Photographers is taking these have many narrow escapes and there is a greater element of danger and of chance in photographing than there is in hunting with a rifle. Famous hunters say, however, that the wild dog is a much more dangerous animal in Africa than the lion. Col. Roosevelt killed one o these animals the first day he arrived upon this hunting ground.



Der Ligufterfchroarmer - Sphunx Ligustri L
Title:
Der Ligufterfchroarmer - Sphunx Ligustri L
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Der Ligufterfchroarmer - Sphunx Ligustri L - Butterfly


Dao Wiener Nachtpfauenauge - Satuvnia Pyri Schiff
Title:
Dao Wiener Nachtpfauenauge - Satuvnia Pyri Schiff
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Dao Wiener Nachtpfauenauge - Satuvnia Pyri Schiff - Butterfly



Der Grobe Gabelfchroanz - Cerura Vinula L
Title:
Der Grobe Gabelfchroanz - Cerura Vinula L
Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Der Grobe Gabelfchroanz - Cerura Vinula L, butterfly


Der Purpurbar - Rhyparia Purpurata L
Title:
Der Purpurbar - Rhyparia Purpurata L
Continental Chrome unused



Australian Kangaroo
Title:
Australian Kangaroo
Real Photo

Description:
Series V12


Water Buffalo
Title:
Water Buffalo
Real Photo



The Big Whale
Title:
The Big Whale
Linen unused

Description:
Series A-8011-N
The Big Whale, Captured in Gulf of Mexico, 65 Feet Long, Weight about 75 Tons Animals/Whales


Georgia State Bird
Title:
Georgia State Bird
Georgia (GA), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series GA-163 The Mosquito



Two Bugs Dressed in Clothes
Title:
Two Bugs Dressed in Clothes



Prong Horn Antelope
Title:
Prong Horn Antelope
Divided Back unused

Description:
Milwaukee Public Museum Group. Prong-horn Antelope. The "prong-horn" Antelope, noted for its fleetness of foot and excellent flesh, has been persecuted to the extent that it is now actually on the verge of extinction and only remnants of the vast herds that roamed our plains now remain. when running, the white rump patch is visible of a distance of several miles.



There's No Use Arguing
Title:
There's No Use Arguing
Divided Back unused

Description:
Hippo


Antelope - Postcard Advertising
Title:
Antelope - Postcard Advertising
Divided Back unused

Description:
Harvey We have been fortunate in securing from the well known artist, Harry f. Harvey, a number of his best paintings of our North American wild Animals. These have been faithfully reproduced in Natural Colors, postcard size, and are by far, twentyfour of the best animal cards ever published. Caribou , Deer, Mountain Sheep, Grizzly Bear, Buffalo, Raccoon, Gray Squirrel, Mink, Hare, Muskarat, Woodchuck, Gray Wolf, Elk, Moose, Antelope, Polar Bear, Mountain Lion, Opossum, Red Squirrel, Weasel Red Fox, Beaver, Skunk, Canad Lynx. Ask your dealer for the "Reed Nature Cards" 24 Animals, 25 Birds, 50 Wild Flowers. All In Natural Colors.



Better Join The Elks
Title:
Better Join The Elks
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 101


Bobcat
Title:
Bobcat
Divided Back PM 1948 Jul-30

Description:
Bobcat (Lynx refus) The Babcat is known by many names, the most common being Bobcat, Wildcat, Bay-Lynx and Red Lynx. The average Bobcat weighs between 15 and 25 lbs., although specimens as large as 39 lbs. have been weighed. The average length is 30 to 35 inches and height, 17 to 20 inches. The favorite haunts of the Bobcat are rocky cliffs, canyons, gulches, sunlif glades, hardwood timbers and swamps while caves and holes among the rocks form its dens and retreats. Because of its cleverness and tricks in making use of its habitat, it is to be found in large numbers close to civilization as well as in the wolder sections. Its food consists mainly of small mammals and birds. the Bobcat usually mates from January to March. giving birth to From 2 to 4, most generally 3, young. the average length of life is about 10 to 12 years.



Mice & Bread
Title:
Mice & Bread
Divided Back unused

Description:
M.D.S. Series 529 When coming thro the rye "If a bocy kiss a body need a body cry?"


Moving Day In Possum-Town
Title:
Moving Day In Possum-Town
Divided Back PM 1909 Nov-08

Description:
Series E515-3



Panthere De I'Atlas
Title:
Panthere De I'Atlas
Divided Back PM 1902

Description:
Series 155


Washington Elk
Title:
Washington Elk
Real Photo unused

Description:
Series 181



Water Buffalo
Title:
Water Buffalo
Real Photo unused


Diplodocus
Title:
Diplodocus
Linen unused

Description:
Colorado Dinosaur of 150,000,000 Years Ago. The Denver Museum of Natural History Denver's Municipal Museum Diplodocus (An Ancient Reptile in the Geological hall.



Tropical Butterfly
Title:
Tropical Butterfly
Chrome unused

Description:
Danaus plexippus. The Monarch butterfly is noted in the U. S. A. for its great migratory treks in the Spring from California and Florida up towards Canada, and in the autumn, later generations of butterflies traveling South again in enormous swarms.


Tropical Butterfly
Title:
Tropical Butterfly
Chrome unused

Description:
Catogramma and Megalura species of butterflies are found around tingo Maria in Peru at 6,000 feet above sea level and elsewhere in similar terrain.



Tropical Moth
Title:
Tropical Moth
Chrome unused

Description:
Urania fulgens. A dayflying moth found in South America where it is known to migrate in vast swarms at certain seasons


Marmot
Title:
Marmot
Chrome unused

Description:
The western relative of the Woodchuck. These animals live in the high mountians of the Rockies



Hippopotamus
Title:
Hippopotamus
Divided Back PM 1907 Apr-12

Description:
Series 410


Leopard & Prey
Title:
Leopard & Prey
Divided Back PM 1907 Apr-12

Description:
Series 409



Otter with Fish
Title:
Otter with Fish
Divided Back PM 1907 Jan-26

Description:
Series 350


Otter with Fish
Title:
Otter with Fish
Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 350



Rhinoceros
Title:
Rhinoceros
Divided Back PM 1907 Apr-12

Description:
Series 410


To H- With A Guy That Will Kiss A Girl And Then Go Tell
Title:
To H- With A Guy That Will Kiss A Girl And Then Go Tell
Divided Back unused



Alaskan Reindeer Team
Title:
Alaskan Reindeer Team
Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Feeding On Birch Buds
Title:
Feeding On Birch Buds
Real Photo unused



Migrating Caribou
Title:
Migrating Caribou
Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused


Moose
Title:
Moose
Anchorage Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused

Description:
Moose “73 Inek Spread” Kasolif District near Anchorage Alaska



Reindeer Herd
Title:
Reindeer Herd
Real Photo unused


Wolverine Feeding
Title:
Wolverine Feeding
Alaska (AK), Real Photo unused



Dead Raccoons
Title:
Dead Raccoons
Real Photo unused

Description:
Killed at Lake Boone Sept. 1807 Bolams Corn Reduces


Llamas
Title:
Llamas
Real Photo unused



The Llama
Title:
The Llama
Real Photo unused

Description:
The llama, the beast of burden of this mountainous country.


Moose At The Milwaukee Zoo
Title:
Moose At The Milwaukee Zoo
Milwaukee Wisconsin (WI), Divided Back unused



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