Havell prints: info on Brian
I own four Havell Audubon prints, which I believe are originals, they are: Carolina Parrot (#6,Pl 26), LA Water Thrush (#4/19), MD Yellow Throat (#5/23), White-crowned Pigeon (#36/177). All are framed & in very good to excellent condition. I am seeking valuation on all. I believe the collection originated with a ? & Katherine Lace of Estes Park (?), CO; he probably died in the 1940s and his estate was distributed to Walter & Nell Rogers of WI (my grandparents) in the 1950s. I would like to hear from anyone having knowledge of them and/or their Audubon collection(s).
1966 editor Audubon 2 volume book settaylor barnhill
I recently purchased this book set, with some damage on the dust cover and sun damage on the ends, and paid $75. Any other info on its value or the value of a "like new" set?
Audubon SocietyWinston Johnson
You are corect. Audubon's artistic and scientific legacy is highly revered. his love of the wilderness has been memorialized by the creation of the National Audubon Society and various other organizations founded to preserve and protect the creatures that he portrayed so vividly in his art.
questions re: James AudubonTracy Letch
was the national audubon society named after this person?