Landscape paintings in gouache on three postcards, with brief notes in German from Lise, addressed individually to Mr. Carl Rungius, Dr. C. Fulda, and Mrs. C. Fulda, all at the same Brooklyn address.
Included are a feature story, "Carl Rungius - Artists, Naturalist, Sportsman" by Douglas Allen, Jr., with many color reproductions of Rungius's paintings, published in The Conservationist, Sept.-Oct. 1985, and issues of The Skyline Trail and Trail Riders of the Canadian Rockies, 1935-1938.
Additional printed materials are found in the scrapbook (Series 3) and in photograph album volume 3 (Series 4).
Series 3:Scrapbook, 1921-1986
0.1 Linear feet
Bound volume 2
The scrapbook mainly consists of printed reproductions and includes a photograph of Rungius's work, and a few articles about the artist. Also found is a letter to Mrs. Wacker, Rungius's niece, reporting on the disposition of Rungius's ashes in Banff, Canada on February 11, 1978.
"C. Rungius: Master Wildlife Artist and Naturalist" is a didactic panel from an exhibition, location unidentified. Three family photograph albums document Carl Rungius and Fulda relatives. Volume 2 contains printed material, including samples of Rungius's Christmas cards that each year featured a different black-and-white reproduction of a painting.
|"C. Rungius: Master Wildlife Artist and Naturalist,", late 20th century|
|Family, early 1900s|
|Volume 1, 1896-1960, undated|
|Volume 2, 1912-1957, undated|
|Volume 3, 1900-1995, undated|