This item consists of ten pages with twenty-six 1930 Illustrations by Louis Agassiz Fuertes from Wild Animals of North America, written by E.W. Nelson and published by The National Geographic Society. Louis Agassiz Fuertes (1874-1927) was an American ornithologist, illustrator and artist who set rigorous standards for the naturalistic depiction of animals. He was one of the most prolific American bird artists, second only to John James Audobon. He also collaborated with Frank Chapman, curator of the American Museum of Natural History, on field research, background dioramas and book illustrations. The illustrations here show animals in their natural habitats engaging in activities such as hunting, eating, burrowing, building a nest and flying. Animals include: Alaskan Red Fox; American Red Fox; American Marmot; California Rock Squirrel; Whistler; Eastern Chipmunk; Red Abert, Kaibab, Douglas, Gray, Eastern Flying, and Fox Squirrels; Silky Pocket, Spiny Pocket, Grasshopper, Harvest, Big-eared Rock, Florida Beach, White-Footed, Oregon Rufous Tree, Canadian Red-Backed, Eastern Field, Georgia Pine, and Common Jumping Mice; Pocket Gopher; Kangaroo Rat; and Point Reyes Mountain Beaver. Pages measure 9.25" high by about 6.625" wide (with images varying in size from 3.625"x5.5" to 7.75"x5.5"). Five pages have illustrations on one side; five have illustrations on both. All are printed in naturalistic colors (which have retained their brightness) on medium weight paper with a slightly glossy finish. These 1930 Illustrations by Louis Agassiz Fuertes from Wild Animals of North America are in Very Good condition with very minor stains in the borders. Ideal for use in collage or other art projects.