Report of the Central African Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History, New York, 1947-1948 : [microform]
Naturalist, taxidermist, and explorer at the American Museum of Natural History.
1 Linear Feet (117 leaves ; 29 cm.)
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Indicator 1 Holder of originals: Rare Book Collection. Silver original shelved in the Negative Storage Room.
Typescript (carbon copy). In box, 32 cm.
Caption title: Central African environmental and other information, covering in part Kenya Colony, Uganda, Belgium Congo, and French Equatorial Africa as observed and compiled by James L. Clark, leader, Central African Expedition, American Museum of Natural History, New York, December 7, 1947 to April 20, 1948.
Contains lists of expedition personnel, reference books and maps used, and camps, as well as general information about the countries covered by the Expedition, including road and bridge conditions, ferries, rainy seasons, natives, health precautions, food supplies, games, etc. Also includes "Observations on the incidence of ticks on Kenya mammals" by Neal A. Weber ( leaves)
Type of reproduction--Microfilm.; Place of reproduction--[New York, N.Y. :; Agency responsible for reproduction--American Museum of Natural History: Date of reproduction--1987]. Physical description of reproduction--1 microfilm reel, 35 mm.
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