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Results for Book Citation: "Die Grosse Volkerkunde, Vol. 2," by Hugo A. Bernatzik
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Slide of an original studio photograph of Dr. James B. Griffin. Original made in Washington D.C. on occasion of Dr. Griffin's 80th birthday.

1985

35mm slide: 18034

Book Citation: "An Individual's Participation in American Archaeology, 1928-1985," by James B. Griffin; p. ixv. In: Annual Review of Anthropology, Vol. 14. Palo Alto, CA : Annual Reviews Inc., 1985.

Original photograph taken by the Chase Studios, Inc. Bethesda, Maryland.

Full Record: x-212/212

"Changing views on Hominid and Hominoid Evolution."

35mm slide: 18076

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 93. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

Full Record: x-213/213

"Size of chimp foraging party influenced by amount of fruit on tree."

35mm slide: 18077

Book Citation: "Social Ecology of Chimpanzees," by Michael P. Ghiglieri; p.109. In: Scientific American, Vol. 252, No. 6. New York: Munn & Co., June 1985.

Full Record: x-214/214

"Foraging Chimpanzee in a Ficus tree."

35mm slide: 18078

Book Citation: "Social Ecology of Chimpanzees," by Michael P. Ghiglieri, p. 103. In: Scientific American, Vol. 252, No. 6. New York: Munn & Co., June 1985.

Full Record: x-215/215

"Distribution of fruit trees and timing of fruiting as related to chimp foraging."

35mm slide: 18079

Book Citation: "Social Ecology of Chimpanzees," by Michael P. Ghiglieri, p. 104. In: Scientific American, Vol. 252, No. 6. New York: Munn & Co., June 1985.

Full Record: x-216/216

"CoLoa: Bronze drumhead. On right are two persons pounding mortar and husking rice." "Discovered less than a year ago at Co Loa, a city-site on a tributary of the Red River, includes in its intricate decoration two bands of figures. The outer band depicts flying birds identified as crane-egrets. The inner band repeats a scene twice."

35mm slide: 18080

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 146. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

"BA NA DI Burial Site: included pots with traces of the foods, usually rice or fish, they once contained and in many instances the severed left foreleg of an ox. The prominence of the buried individual is indicated by the bronze bracelet on the forearm."

35mm slide: 18081

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 142. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

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"Important archaeological sites in SE Asia range in age from hunter-gatherer hill sites, such as Spirit Cave and the early midden site of Khok Phanom Di that are 7,000 or more years old to first millemnium AD city sites, such as Oc Eo and Angkor that reflect Indian influences and international trade. The shaded region west of modern Hanoi is the hilly uplands of Hoa Binh province. There, numerous hunter-gatherer sites have given the name Hoabinhian

35mm slide: 18082

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 141. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

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"Excavation at Ba Na Di, a small village site in northeastern Thailand, that was first occupied in about 1400 BC... Its inhabitants grew rice and raised pigs and cattle. They were also good potters and bronze casters who buried their dead in the same cememtery over a period of about 1000 years before abandoning their site."

35mm slide: 18083

Book Citation: "Prehistoric Rice Cultivation in Southeast Asia," by Charles F. W. Higham; p. 139. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 4. New York: Munn & Co., April 1984.

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"The four episodes in accounts of human evolution"

35mm slide: 18084

Book Citation: "Human Evolution as Narrative," by Misia Landau; p. 262. In: American Scientist, Vol. 72, No. 3. New Haven, CT, 1984.

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"Human Family Trees: Two-pronged and Three-pronged models"

35mm slide: 18085

Book Citation: "New Fossil Upsets Human Family," by Roger Lewin; p. 721. In: Science, New Series, Vol. 233, No. 4765. Washington, D.C.: The American Association for the Advancement of Science, 15 August 1986.

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"Four fossil human skulls: stages in branching off from Anthropoid stock"

35mm slide: 18086

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 85. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

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"Platyrrini (New World Monkeys) Branching Sequence"

35mm slide: 18087

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 86. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

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"Catarrini (Old World Monkeys) Branching Sequence"

35mm slide: 18088

Book Citation: "Descent of Hominoids and Hominids," by David Pilbeam; p. 87. In: Scientific American, Vol. 250, No. 3. New York: Munn & Company, March 1984.

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A "weroans" or "great lord" of Indians, with bow.

1984

35mm slide: 18561

Book Citation: "America 1585: The Complete Drawings of John White," by Paul Hulton; p. 78. Chapel Hill and London: The University of North Carolina Press and British Museum Publications, 1984.

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Micronesia -- air view of Arno Atoll, Marshall Islands (surf on seaward side).

35mm slide: 845

Book Citation: "Our New Military Wards, the Marshalls," by W. Robert Moore; Pl. 6. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 88, No. 3. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, September 1945.

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Micronesia -- Husking a coconut, Marshall Islands.

35mm slide: 846

Book Citation: "Our New Military Wards, the Marshalls," by W. Robert Moore; Pl. 11. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 88, No. 3. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, September 1945.

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Micronesia -- Pandanus palm, Marshall Islands houses and children.

35mm slide: 847

Book Citation: "Our New Military Wards, the Marshalls," by W. Robert Moore; Pl. 12. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 88, No. 3. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, September 1945.

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Slide of a photograph in Historic Preservation (9/10, p.41), showing San Geronimo de Taos church which has been restored.

35mm slide: 18495

Book Citation: Historic Preservation Magazine, September/October Issue 1989, p. 41.

Photo by K. Clahassey

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Pictograph from Rincon Mountains.

Apr. 1990

35mm slide: 18841

Book Citation: Saguaro, p. 27, circa 1986

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Map of Peru, showing general location of survey study areas. Parsons, Jeffrey R.

1990

35mm slide: 18885

Book Citation: "The Eastern Frontier: Settlement and Subsistnece in the Andean Margins of Central Peru," by Charles M. Hastings; Map A-1, p. 739. Ann Arbor: Ph.D. Thesis, University of Michigan, 1985.

Full Record: x-975/975

Regional map showing location of study areas in Upper Rio Mantaro. Parsons, Jeffrey R.

1990

35mm slide: 18886

Book Citation: "The Eastern Frontier: Settlement and Subsistnece in the Andean Margins of Central Peru," by Charles M. Hastings; Map 6-1, p. 270. Ann Arbor: Ph.D. Thesis, University of Michigan, 1985.

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General map of project area used by Jeffrey R. Parsons.

1990

35mm slide: 18913

Book Citation: General map of Peru distributed by Instituto Geográfico Militar

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Chilca, cross-section map of excavation trench, as #18920, #18921 and #18922.

1990

35mm slide: 18923

Book Citation: "Sunken Fields and Prehispanic Subsistence on the Peruvian Coast," by Jeffrey R. Parsons and Norbert P. Psuty; Fig. 12, p. 276. In: American Antiquity, Vol. 40, No. 3. Washington, D.C.: The Society for American Archaeology, July 1975.

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Navigation on the Canal of Mexico City: Once the wealth and beauty of Mexico dwelt along the boulevard boarding the National Canal; but its glory is departed and a tawdry, odiferous, poop infested neighborhood it has become. The annual flower festival at the little village of Santa Anita takes place, however, it becomes alive with color and riotous good humor prevails. Main Viga Canal

35mm slide: 18938

Book Citation: "The Venice of Mexico," by Walter Hough; p. 70. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. XXX, No. 1. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, July 1916.

Corn Dance Regalia, Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19020

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

Church at El Santuario de Chimayo, New Mexico.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19021

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

Deer Dancer, San Ildefanso Pueblo.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19022

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

Deer Dancer, Santa Clara Pueblo.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19023

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

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Petroglyph in Galisteo Basin, New Mexico.

Jan. 1992

35mm slide: 19024

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

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Petroglyph near Santa Fe, New Mexico.

35mm slide: 19025

Book Citation: New Mexico Magazine, photos by Mark Nohl

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Intaglios near Blythe, Mojave Desert, California.

35mm slide: 18996

Book Citation: "California Desert, A Worldly Wilderness," by Barry Lopez; p. 63. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 171, No. 1. Washington, D.C.: The National Geographic Society, January 1987.

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Copy of a slide of an old postcard. Rapids, Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Canadian shore in the distance, Indian wigwams, etc., in the foreground. Photograph by J.E. Davidson.

35mm slide: 19199

Book Citation: Postcard

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Types of Mesoamerican whistling jars: A) Oaxaca, Mexico B) Guatemala C) Guatemala D) Oaxaca, Mexico E) Plumbate, W. Honduras F) Michoacan, Mexico G) Oaxaca, Mexico H) Tlaxcala, Mexico.

35mm slide: 872

Book Citation: "Excavations at Kaminaljuyu, Guatemala," by Alfred V. Kidder, Jesse D. Jennings, Edwin M. Shook; Fig. 78. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1977.

Full Record: x-1976/1976

Guilford Focus

1952

35mm slide: 699

Book Citation: "The Cultural Sequence of the Carolina Piedmont," by Joffre Lanning Coe; Fig. 162. In: Archaeology of Eastern United States, edited by James B. Griffin. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1952.

Full Record: x-1998/1998

Covered bazaar, Tashkent.

35mm slide: 721

Book Citation: "Aziatskaia Rossiia, Vol. 1," by Pereselencheskoe Upravlenīe; p. 340. St. Petersburg: Tovarishchestv, A.F. Marks, 1914.

Full Record: x-1999/1999

Dahestan: Schoolmaster reads the news.

35mm slide: 722

Book Citation: "The Peoples of the Soviet Union," by Corliss Lamont; between p. 78 and p. 79. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1946.

Full Record: x-2018/2018

Khiva from the air.

35mm slide: 741

Book Citation: "Die Grosse Volkerkunde, Vol. 2," by Hugo A. Bernatzik; Fig. 24, p. 39. Leipiz: Bibliographides Institute, 1939.

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Uigur man (Sinkiang).

35mm slide: 744

Book Citation: "Die Grosse Volkerkunde, Vol. 2," by Hugo A. Bernatzik; Fig. 31, p. 45. Leipiz: Bibliographides Institute, 1939.

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New Year festivities, Samarkand sheep contest.

35mm slide: 746

Book Citation: "Die Grosse Volkerkunde, Vol. 2," by Hugo A. Bernatzik; Fig. 35, p. 52. Leipiz: Bibliographides Institute, 1939.

Full Record: x-2040/2040

Ostyak (Yenisei). Black and white photo of drawing.

35mm slide: 763

Book Citation: "Die Volker Nord - und Mittelasiens," by Richard Karutz; p. 91. Stuttgart: Franckh'ache Verlaghandlung, 1925.

Full Record: x-2041/2041

Ket (Yenisei). Black and white photo of drawing.

35mm slide: 764

Book Citation: "Die Volker Nord - und Mittelasiens," by Richard Karutz; p. 97 Stuttgart: Franckh'ache Verlaghandlung, 1925.

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Yaks on a rough trail near Karkand, Southwest Sinkiang.

35mm slide: 791

Book Citation: "The Desert Road to Turkestan," by Owen Lattimore; p. 698. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 55, No. 6. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, June 1929.

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Boy on yak calf, leading Bactrian camel (Tekes Valley, Sinkiang).

35mm slide: 794

Book Citation: "Berge und Gletscher im Pamir," by Philipp Borchers; Fig. 73. Stuttgart: Strecker und Schroder, 1931.

Full Record: x-2075/2075

Caravanserai scene in Bokhara, Uzbekistan.

35mm slide: 798

Book Citation: "The New Map of Asia," by Maynard O. Williams; p. 555. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 39, No. 5. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, May 1921.

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Tomb of Timur-i-Lang at Samarkand (tile faced).

35mm slide: 799

Book Citation: "The People of the Wilderness," by Adam Warwick; p. 508. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 39, No. 5. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, May 1921.

Full Record: x-2077/2077

Wall and gate at Kashgar, West Sinkiang.

35mm slide: 800

Book Citation: "By Coolie and Caravan Across Central Asia," by William J. Morden; p. 398. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 52, No. 4. Washington, D.C.: The National Geographic Society, October 1927.

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Tihwa-fu environs, from the city wall, Sinkiang.

35mm slide: 801

Book Citation: "By Coolie and Caravan Across Central Asia," by William J. Morden; p. 408. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 52, No. 4. Washington, D.C.: The National Geographic Society, October 1927.

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Veiled Moslem women in streets of Kashgar, Sinkiang.

35mm slide: 802

Book Citation: "The Desert Road to Turkestan," by Owen Lattimore; p. 672. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 55, No. 6. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, June 1929.

Full Record: x-2080/2080

Melon merchant's stall in town in Sinkiang.

35mm slide: 803

Book Citation: "The Desert Road to Turkestan," by Owen Lattimore; p. 681. In: National Geographic Magazine, Vol. 55, No. 6. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, June 1929.