Ewen and a mounted grey trumpeter swan taken on June 15, 1914, eleven months before Evelyn died. These swans were quite rare -- alive or taxidermied; Ewen's was one of only about 20 in the world.
Ewen poses with a pronghorn antelope sometime in the 1890s.
Sheep shearer, Terry, Montana, early 20th century
Self Portrait, 1912
Ewen wanted to train their wolves but gave up on the idea because Evelyn was "too daring" with them, and he worried she would be hurt. He sent them to a zoo at Coney Island. - D.M.L.