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American Museum of Natural History Congo Expedition field book on fish, 1909-1915.

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .A465
Abstract Contains one field book titled "Fishes".

Anne Eisner Putnam photographic slide collection, circa 1960.

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 411
Abstract Photographs of pygmies of the Congo, contains multiple images of children, one slide of an okapi.

Congo Expedition records : [microform]

 Collection
Identifier: Archives Microfilm #43

Gorillas of the Belgian Congo Forest / LL "Arthur A. Jansson"

 Item
Identifier: Art Survey No. 171
Scope and Contents Gorilla family, male, female and baby on jungle floor. To accompany article by Raven, H.C. "Gorilla: The Greatest of All Apes." Frame: 35 1/2 x 35 1/2.

James Chapin photographic slide collection

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 165-166
Scope and Contents Mostly consists of field photographs from the Belgian Congo including birds, nests, large mammals, lakes, general landscape and buildings. Also includes pictures of colleagues and/or family, Pygmies and a Pygmy dance, Watusi dance and some images showing the preparation for the Ross Expedition (1957). A few slides taken in the United States, primarily California.

James Chapin photographic slide collection

 Collection
Identifier: PSC 321
Scope and Contents Photographs from the Chapin Collection taken mostly in Africa, including Senegal, Belgian Congo, Rwanda, and a few photographs from the United States, including Carl Akeley's grave. Images of birds, birds' nests, flowering trees, indigenous people, colleagues, and family.

James P. Chapin Congo bibliography

 Collection
Identifier: Archives Orn15
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of James Paul Chapin's bibliography files on the Democratic Republic of Congo. One drawer contains files on books solely about Kivu, a region of the Congo. Titles referenced in the files are from the 20th century.

James Paul Chapin correspondence, 1953

 Collection
Identifier: Mss .C4537
Scope and content The collection consists of letters, handwritten and typwritten, to and from Chapin, mostly concerning his upcoming trip and work. The letters are arranged in alphabetical order by correspondent. Seven letters are from Henri Schouteden and nine are from Robert W. Storer. Other correspondents (one letter each, except where noted) include Rudyerd Boulten; L.D. Branch, discussing the lyre-tailed honeyguide; Herbert Friedmann, discussing honeyguide nesting, including the species Indicator minor;...