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James Henry Hubbard was a Victorian hunter who collected wildlife in Canada. His taxidermy specimens were exhibited in the Canadian section of the Indian and Colonial Exhibition, South Kensington, London in 1886. By the early 1890s Frederick Horniman had bought many of the taxidermy mounts from Hubbard, including our infamous walrus which he subsequently put on display in the Horniman Museum.

Record created 2007-04-11 by KLINDEN
Record last updated 2015-11-13 by JAW