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Typewritten list of Kodachrome images of botanical specimens, Tucson, Arizona, for use in Jack Rabbit Group, Hall of North American Mammals

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Typewritten list of Kodachrome images of botanical specimens, Tucson, Arizona, for use in Jack Rabbit Group, Hall of North American Mammals

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Mixed media

Ephemera

10 x 8 in

Jack Rabbit Group

KODACHROMES
Job 8055
TUCSON, ARIZONA. JACK RABBIT GROUP
8 x 10 Panorama of five pictures. #281-285 Color too dark. #213 in general series is a better picture.
#388. Sunset study
#389. Sunset study
4X5 #292. General view showing Teddy-bear Cholla and Ocotillo. Color too
dark. Note: see 8 x 10 #221 - an excellent picture; color accurate except in shadows. Encelia farinosa and the green compositaceous bush (#7 in list of accessories) also very well shown in this picture.
#293. Teddy-bear Cholla in situ (actual plant collected for group).
Color too dark. See note under #292.
#294. Top of above Teddy-bear Cholla. Too dark - see above.
#295. Fruiting branch of Teddy-bear Cholla. Too dark. Note: See 8 x 10
#222 for true colors of flowers am fruit.
#296. Flower of Teddy-bear Cholla. See note under #295.
#297. Flower of Teddy-bear Cholla, as above.
#298. Ground litter at base of Teddy-bear Cholla.
#307. Group of flowering Saguaro on low country.
#306. Showing habit of Saguaro on mountain slopes at altitude of group
site. As compared with specimens growing on the plains, the mountain
plants are slenderer and have fewer branches.
#308. As #306.
#309, 310, 311. Flowers and flower buds of Saguaro.
General notes on Saguaro pictures : The pictures listed above are useful
studies of habit and form but are unsatisfactory as regards color. For
good color rendition see 8 x 10 #263and 265 of general series.
#299. A rocky slope carrying Palo Verde and Saguaro. Color a little to brown.
#300. Flowering Palo-verde in situ. Good color.
#301. Branch of Palo-verde in flower.
#302. Base of Palo-verde, showing pattern of branching. Bark color very
good where in focus am out of shadow.
#304. Palo-verde. The small tree collected as an accessory.

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Unknown (artist), “Typewritten list of Kodachrome images of botanical specimens, Tucson, Arizona, for use in Jack Rabbit Group, Hall of North American Mammals,” AMNH Research Library | Digital Special Collections, accessed March 30, 2020, https://lbry-web-007.amnh.org/digital/items/show/8263.