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Toy Fox

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.
FROM CARD: "INVENTORIED 1978."

Fox Trap

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Fox Trap

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

William Henry Fox Talbot

National Museum of American History

Fontaine Talbot Fox, Jr.

National Portrait Gallery

William Henry Fox Talbot

National Museum of American History

Three Fox Indians

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Jim Fox Basketball Card

National Museum of American History
This Jim Fox basketball card is number 88 in a series of 99 that was manufactured by the Topps Company Inc. for the 1969-1970 National Basketball Association season. The card is longer than standard cards, measuring 2½ inches by 4 ¾ inches. The front of the card features a yellow oval inset surrounded by drawn figures playing basketball. Inside the inset is a posed picture of the Phoenix Suns center. The card’s reverse features a small cartoon image illustrating the factoid that “Jim was acquired in a trade with Detroit,” as well as a short biography and career statistics.

Although American-born, Fox played in Europe from 1965-1967, before playing in the NBA from 1967-1977. He averaged 9.3 points and 7.4 rebounds per game in his NBA career as a member of the Cincinnati Royals, Detroit Pistons, Phoenix Suns, Chicago Bulls, Seattle SuperSonics, Milwaukee Bucks, and New York Knicks.

Sac and Fox Indian

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Nellie Fox and Luis Aparicio

National Museum of American History

[Translation of Fox text]

National Anthropological Archives
Published in BAE 40th Annual Report, Page 183 (line 8 to 25)

[Translation of Fox text]

National Anthropological Archives
Published in BAE 40th Annual Report, Page 108 (line 30 to 43)

Fox story of Fox and Wolf by Jonas Poweshiek, undated

National Anthropological Archives
Digital surrogates are available online.

Digitization and preparation of these materials for online access has been funded through generous support from the Arcadia Fund.

Title updated from "Fox and Wolf Legend" 4/16/2014.

Story of Fox and Wolf handwritten in Meskwaki (Fox) syllabary by Jonas Poweshiek, with a phonetic transcription and linguistic notes by Truman Michelson.

[Unidentified Sauk and Fox man]

National Anthropological Archives

The Fox Fanciers

National Museum of American History
Colored print of a fox confronted by three small dogs (terriers).

Fox and Hat

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Fox and Hounds

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Within a circle, a fox is surrounded by three hounds.

Beaver and Fox

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Beaver dressed in plaid fur-trimmed coat and fur cap holds briefcase in left hand; next to him a fox dressed in green fur-trimmed coat, green hat, holding white handbag; circular base.

Bat-Eared Fox

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Also known as NZP-665

Scientific name: [Otocyon megalotis].

See also Record Unit 95, Box 47, Folder 15.

Bat-eared fox in exterior enclosure at the National Zoological Park.

Fox Skulls (2)

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.
SKULLS OF SCOTTI GRAY FOX UROCYON CINEREOARGULEUS SCOTII FOUND IN HOUSE DEBRIS.

Fox wedding procession

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Fox and Ibex

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Within rectangular framing line, two animal figures in combat, the ibex at left charging with its horns, the fox coiled to attack at right.

Begging Dance, Sauk and Fox

Smithsonian American Art Museum
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