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|1614||A book of ducks.|
Published by Penguin Books. Plates by Peter Shepheard. On cover: "A King Penguin Book." Endpaper signed "Wendell Gilley."
|1641||A question of balance|
Published by Raymond F. Evans Sporting Art Gallery, Albany Museum of Art, Albany, Georgia
|1560||Addie and Wendell Gilley with Barn Owl, Shorebirds and Ducks, Opening Day|
Addie and Wendell Gilley passing display cases at the museum's opening day.
|1498||Addie Gilley with Herons, Opening Day|
Addie Gilley examines carving of herons in display case at the museum's opening day.
|1418||Advertising photograph for Warren Tools|
Wendell Gilley carved the chickadee in this photo used as an advertisement for Warren Tool shortly before his death in 1982. Mounted on mat board ; Warren Tool Co. label on reverse side of board. Accompanied by handwritten note from Fred Clark, President of Warren Tool.
|1482||Advertising photograph for Warren Tools|
Photograph of Gilley chickadee carving used to sell blanks in the Warren Tool catalog. Warren Tool Co. stamped on reverse side.
|1483||Advertising photograph for Warren Tools|
Photograph of Gilley chickadee carving used to sell blanks in the Warren Tool catalog. Note on reverse written by Warren Tool president Fred Clark: "Note: Carved chickadee (shown) personal gift from the late Wendall [sic] Gilley..."
|1488||American robin relief on side of Wendell Gilley Museum building|
Panel carved by Gilley Museum Artist-in-Residence Steven Valleau ca 1995
|1619||American water and game birds.|
Silhouettes by Ugo Mochi. Photographs by Allan D. Cruikshank and others. Prepared in cooperation with the Chicago Natural History Museum. Published by E. P. Dutton & Co. Flyleaf inscribed : "To Wendell Gilley - May this book help a bit to inspire you to still more perfection in your art - Friend Billy B., 1956".
|1527||Arnold T. Melbye, February 1983|
Decoy carver Arnold T. Melbye watching Wendell Gilley film on television at the home of Anne Small in South Yarmouth, Massachusetts
|1620||Art of the decoy : American bird carvings.|
Drawings by Lou Schifferl. Published by Bramhall House. Signed by the author.
Photograph of an Atlantic Puffin carving by Wendell H. Gilley set among rocks. "Credit: Roche, Caldwell N.J." stamped on reverse.
|1627||Audubon water bird guide : water, game and large land birds : eastern and central North America from southern Texas to central Greenland|
Audubon water bird guide : water, game and large land birds : eastern and central North America from southern Texas to central Greenland
By Richard H. Pough, color illustrations by Don Eckelberry, line drawings by Earl L. Poole. Maps on end papers. Sponsored by the National Audubon Society. Published by Doubleday & Co. First edition.
Photograph of bald eagle carved by Wendell H. Gilley. Marked "Finished June 1966" on reverse side.
|1432||Bald Eagle With Fish|
Photograph of bald eagle, perched with wings spread above fish on oval base, carved by Wendell H. Gilley. Marked "Eagle with fish by Wendell Gilley" in ink on reverse side.
|1543||Bangor Daily News article, Oct. 31, 1984.|
Article from the Bangor Daily News reporting on a donation of Wendell Gilley bird carvings by artist Ethel Mae James to the museum
|1575||Bar Harbor Times article, April 8, 1971|
This article, titled "Capt. Black: Artist and Surgeon", describes Wendell Gilley's influence on sculptor Paul Black. It also mentions Gilley's Canada goose carved for Harry S. Truman.
|1574||Bar Harbor Times article, July 3, 1980.|
Describes the removal of the George Ripley Fuller House, located at the current Wendell Gilley Museum site (the corner of Rte. 102 and Herrick Rd., Southwest Harbor) prior to the museum's construction.
|1581||Bar Harbor Times article, November 20, 1969|
Announcement that Wendell Gilley would be attending a bird carving exhibition in Chestertown, Maryland. The carving of a bald eagle family that he entered in the exhibit is depicted.
|1579||Bar Harbor Times article, October 21, 1976|
Wendell Gilley exhibits forty carvings plus carvings-in-progress at the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences in the show "Down East Bird Carvings."
|1217||Benefit Art Auction and Appraisal Day flyer|
Flyer advertising the Wendell Gilley Museum Benefit Art Auction and Appraisal Day, Aug. 10, 1990. Auctioned items included a framed set of prints, "20 Birds of Mount Desert Island" by Carroll Sargent Tyson.
|1635||Beyond the spring : Cordelia Stanwood of Birdsacre.|
Published: Lamoine, Maine : Latona Press, 1978. Inscription to Wendell Gilley by the author on half title page.
|1237||Bird Carvings by Wendell Gilley Exhibit Sign|
Sign at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia for Wendell Gilley's Downeast Bird Carvings exhibit, October 29, 1976 through January 9, 1977.
|1610||Bird neighbors : an introductory acquaintance with one hundred and fifty birds commonly found in the gardens, meadows, and woods about our homes.|
Bird neighbors : an introductory acquaintance with one hundred and fifty birds commonly found in the gardens, meadows, and woods about our homes.
With an introduction by John Burroughs, Published by Doubleday, Page & Co.
|1629||Bird-life : a guide to the study of our common birds|
By Frank M. Chapman with seventy-five full-page colored plates after drawings by Ernest Thompson Seton. Published by D. Appleton.