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  • Audubon's Animals (1951) by Alice Ford and John James Audubon
    The Quadrupeds of North America
    4 Reviews, 1 Readable
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      (29 Reviews)
      Arrest and Movement, by H.A. Groenewegen-Frankfort
      1. Arrest and Movement by H.A. Groenewegen-Frankfort
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      29. Baroque Book Illustration by Philip Hofer
      The New Republic
      , December 10, 1951, pp. 19-21
    2. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Peripatetic Reviewer
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      2. Audubon's Animals by Alice Ford and John James Audubon
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      5. Gods, Graves and Scholars by C.W. Ceram
      The Atlantic Monthly
      , January 1952, pp. 84-85
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      The New Yorker
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    4. [+]
      (Review)
      Audubon's Animals, by Alice Ford and John James Audubon
      1. Audubon's Animals by Alice Ford and John James Audubon
      The Saturday Review
      , November 3, 1951, p. 13 - PDF