This is plate 59 in: Binney, A. [ed. A. A. Gould], 1857. The Terrestrial Air-Breathing Mollusks of the United States and the Adjacent Territories of North America. vol. 3.

The Euglandina plate was drawn by B. F. Nutting, engraved by the Alexander Lawson firm, and hand-painted by Helen Lawson. Boston conchologist Amos Binney (1803-1847) undertook his benchmark study of air-breathing terrestrial mollusks in the 1840's. He had already begun work on his plates with an artist in Boston, but upon seeing Philadelphian Helen Lawson's illustrations for S. S. Haldeman (see Pomacea paludosa (Say, 1829) hand colored plate - snail
& Pomacea paludosa (Say, 1829) hand colored plate - egg clutch), he "cancelled all the drawings that had already been made for his own, and wrote at once to procure her assistance in preparing others." His magnum opus, The Terrestrial Air-breathing Mollusks of the United States, was ultimately brought to completion under the editorship of Augustus Addison Gould, and the 74 plates, 33 of which were drawn and colored by Helen, were not published until 1857, three years after her premature death in her late forties from tuberculosis. Her father, Alexander Lawson, who, with Helen's brother, Oscar (1813-1854), engraved many of the these plates, died 11 years before Gould had finally shepherded the work to publication. The eminent specialist in American land snails, Henry Augustus Pilsbry, stated that he considered the plates of this volume to be "the finest shell illustrations ever made."

Binney, A., 1851 [ed. A. A. Gould]. The terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States and the adjacent territories of North America. vol. 1. Little Brown, Boston. xxix + pp. 9-366 [lacking pp. 265-364] incl. several vignettes + 16 pls <http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/10820805>; vol. 2. Little Brown, Boston, pp. 1-362 incl. several vignettes <http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/10821857>.

Binney, A. [ed. A. A. Gould], 1857. The terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States and the adjacent territories of North America. vol. 3. Little Brown, Boston. pp. 6-40 + 84 pls. [1-74 +10 bis; recto: majority hand-colored; verso: uncolored duplicates of recto, except pl. 71 verso only; total 167; several artists and engravers] <http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/10820468>.

Binney, W. G., 1859. The terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States and the adjacent territories of North America. vol. 4. B. Westermann, New York. pp. 1- 207 + 6 uncolored pls. [75- 80, numbered in succession with those of vol. 3]. [Also published in Boston Journal of Natural History 7(1):1-207 + 6 pls.]

Binney, W. G., 1878. The terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States and the adjacent territories of North America. vol. 5. Welsh, Bigelow & Co., Cambridge, MA. v + pp. 1-439 incl. 312 vignettes + 100 pls. [84 of vol. 3 + 16 originals] July. [Also Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology at Harvard College 4: x + 1- 439 incl. 312 vignettes + 100 pls.]

Binney, W. G., 1883. A supplement to the fifth volume of the terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States and adjacent territories. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. 9(8): 135-166 incl. vignettes + 4 pls. Dec.

Binney, W. G., 1886. A second supplement to the fifth volume of the terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States and adjacent territories. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. 13(2): 23-48 incl. vignettes + 3 pls. Dec.

Binney, W. G., 1890. A third supplement to the fifth volume of the terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States and adjacent territories. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. 19(4): 183-226 incl. vignettes + 11 pls. May.

Binney, W. G., 1892. A fourth supplement to the fifth volume of the terrestrial air-breathing mollusks of the United States and adjacent territories. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. 22(4): 163-204 + 4 pls. Jan. [total unique plates for the masterwork: 128]