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|1006||The Art of Bird Carving: a Guide to a Fascinating Hobby|
A guide to a fascinating hobby! Wendell Gilley was a bird watcher and artist who carved birds in wood on Mount Desert Island, Maine. He started out carving two-inch wooden birds for Abercrombie & Fitch. The book is beautifully illustrated with color photographs and with drawings.
|1236||Downeast Bird Carvings Exhibit Catalog|
Catalog of an exhibition of Wendell Gilley's bird carvings held at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia from October 29, 1976 through January 9, 1977
|1563||Making a Difference, What it Takes to Make a Duck|
Article from Audubon Adventures, volume 2, number 4 (February/March 1986). Matthew Beal and Stephen Brooks are interviewed about learning to carve at the Wendell Gilley Museum with museum artist Steven Valleau.
|1601||Waterfowl of North America|
Number 102 of 1000 book edition. Contains 42 plates. Published by Frame House Printing. Also included with this book dontion are seven holiday cards created by Zimmerman and sent by him to the donor's parents.
|1606||Nests and eggs of the birds of the United States|
Published by J. A. Wagenseller
|1607||Pheasants, their lives and homes.|
Published under the auspices of the New York Zoological Society by Doubleday, Doran & Co., Inc.
|1608||Birds of America|
Editor-in-Chief, T. Gilbert Pearson, consulting editor, John Burroughs. With 106 plates in full color by Louis Agassiz Fuertes. Published by Garden City Books.
Illustrated by Francis Lee Jaques. Published by MacMillan.
|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.
|1611||Brief bird biographies : a guide to birds through habitat associations.|
Published by Grosset & Dunlap
|1612||Rex Brasher's Birds & trees of North America. Volume one.|
Published by Rowman and Littlefield
|1613||Feathered pets : a treatise on the food, breeding and care of canaries, parrots and other cage birds.|
Feathered pets : a treatise on the food, breeding and care of canaries, parrots and other cage birds.
25th edition. Published by the author.
|1614||A book of ducks.|
Published by Penguin Books. Plates by Peter Shepheard. On cover: "A King Penguin Book." Endpaper signed "Wendell Gilley."
Illustrated by Constance Morton. Published by Bonanza Books.
|1616||Fåglar i naturen|
Published in Stockholm by Wahlstrom & Widstrand. In Swedish. Flyleaf inscribed " To my friend Wendell Gilley, Scott".
|1617||Birds : a demonstration in color reproduction from The Lakeside Press, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company, reprinted from Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia, by permission.|
Birds : a demonstration in color reproduction from The Lakeside Press, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company, reprinted from Compton's Pictured Encyclopedia, by permission.
Front cover signed "W. H. Gilley, S.W. Harbor, Maine".
|1618||The art of wood carving.|
Published by D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc.
|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".
|1620||Art of the decoy : American bird carvings.|
Drawings by Lou Schifferl. Published by Bramhall House. Signed by the author.
|1621||Birds that hunt and are hunted : life histories of one hundred and seventy birds of prey, game birds and water-fowls.|
Birds that hunt and are hunted : life histories of one hundred and seventy birds of prey, game birds and water-fowls.
Published by Grosset & Dunlap. Signed by the author.
|1622||The warblers of America : a popular account of the wood warblers as they occur in the Western Hemisphere.|
The warblers of America : a popular account of the wood warblers as they occur in the Western Hemisphere.
By Ludlow Griscom, Alexander Sprunt, Jr. and other ornithologists of note. Illustrated by John Henry Dick. Published by The Devin-Adair Co.
|1623||Birds of America.|
Editor-in-Chief, T. Gilbert Pearson, consulting editor, John Burroughs. Published by The University Society, Inc. Nature Lovers Library, volume 3.
|1624||Portraits of New England birds.|
Drawn in color by Louis Agassiz Fuertes and Allan Brooks for "Birds of Massachusetts and other New England states" by Edward Howe Forbush. Published by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
By Athos and Sara Menaboni, published by Rinehart & Co.
|1626||Wood carving : with suggestions in chip carving : designed as an elementary course of instruction and to meet the requirements of technical classes in connection with the Board of Education.|
Wood carving : with suggestions in chip carving : designed as an elementary course of instruction and to meet the requirements of technical classes in connection with the Board of Education.
By Thomas C. Simmonds with numerous illustrations by the author, published by George Allen & Unwin, 1892, reprinted 1924.