Much of the material is correspondence to or from other prominent naturalists. Other items include a journal and memorandum book Harris kept from 1838 to 1840; papers relating to the introduction of the Percheron draft horse to the United States;...
Audubon wrote the letters while on an expedition in eastern Canada, which included excursions to Nova Scotia, Labrador, and many islands. In the letters he describes the men who are on the trip; the food, clothing, accommodations, and...
Victor was the son of naturalist John Audubon, who was a close friend of Edward Harris. The bill of lading records the shipment of packages from Harris to Victor and John; the items will travel by steamboat from Philadelphia to New York. In the...
Victor was the son of naturalist John Audubon, who was a close friend of Edward Harris. In the letter he discusses birds that his father has studied recently and the upcoming publication of new drawings.
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