E. H. ; E.L.B.; birth name: Edna Libby Hyatt; Mrs. Edna L. (Hyatt) Beutenmüller ; Mrs William Beutenmüller / Beutenmuller
entomologist William Beutenmüller (1864-1934), president of the New York Entomological Society & Curator of the American Museum of Natural History
perhaps Edna Mary Beutenmuller (fl. 1980)
1872 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, USA
Tenafly, Bergen Country, New Jersey, USA
United States of America
Biologia-Centrali-Americana ... (London 1879-1915) ; W.D. Kearfott: Microlepidoptera from the Black Mountain region of North Carolina, w. descriptions of new species, Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 23,80 (1907): 153-168; William Beutenmüller: Monograph of the Sesiidae of America, north of Mexico, Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History 1, 6 (1901): 218-352, pl. 29-36.
American Museum of Natural History
with her husband William Beutenmüller ;
zoological and entomological drawing ; hand-colouring
Nissen: Zoolog. Buchillustration 1969/78 # 4589-51/52 ;
Obituary of William Beutenmüller in: Journal of the New York Entomological Society 51 (1943): 285-286, online: https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/50820308#page/314/mode/1up
According to https://bugguide.net/node/view/158146 , Mrs. Edna L. (Hyatt) Beutenmüller, "who not only makes beautiful drawings of insects, but collected most of the larvae, the notes of which appear in this paper" (of W. D. Kearfott 1911 listed above under publ.). Her husband William Beutenmüller collected the type specimen and other material forming the subject of this paper. In the US Census for 1910, she is listed in New York City. According to the USA, Find A Grave-Index, 1600-today, she was born on Dec. 8, 1872 in Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska, USA, and died on July 14, 1934 in Tenafly, Bergen County, New Jersey, where she and her husband lived since c.1910. The hint about the identity of Edna Hyatt wiht Edna Beutenmüller was provided by Siobhan Leachman.