Central African Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History (1947-1948)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Film Collection no. 3
Scope and Contents Filmed during the AMNH Central African Expedition, 1948. Starting at Cape Town and going round the southern tip of Africa up to Mombasa, Kenya, the AMNH Central African Expedition, led by AMNH director of preparation and installation James Lippitt Clark, then traveled through Nairobi, the Mountains of the Moon in the Ruwenzori Range in Uganda and Zaire, Ripon Falls (Uganda), Bagasson (Congo) and Stanleyville (now Kisangani in Zaire), all north of Lake Victoria, then to Uganda, the Belgian...
Identifier: Archives Microfilm #15-23
Identifier: PPC .C531
Scope and Contents
Field photographs of Central African Expedition. Captions are included under prints. Brayton Wilbur...
Identifier: Mss .W443
Abstract Documentation for Neal Albert Weber narration of Central African Expedition, 1948. Scene narrative with time stamps and a photocopy of a two-page outline map prepared by Weber to locate various collecting spots during the expedition. Also includes correspondence, black and white photographs, a video cassette (VHS), and audio cassettes. An additional folder has reports about the expedition, correspondence about the film, reference information on Weber and the expedition, and information about...
Dates: 1989 - 1990
Report of the Central African Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History, New York, 1947-1948 : [microform]
Identifier: Archives Microfilm #24