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B. Materials summary

9000 black and white glass and safety negatives

2 reels microfilm

39 folders correspondence

7 bound books (see bibliography)

36 journal articles (see bibliography)

29 manuscript notebooks, varying sizes, approx. 100 pages each: 7 are on microfilm, 11 Lang, 18 Chapin

1 gazetteer, approx. 100 p.

audiotapes

transcripts of audiotapes

98 watercolor sketches

C. Material in Library collections:

9,000 black and white negatives & prints: About 4680 are ethnology; about 4320 are zoology, botany and geography. Prints on file cards are stored in 35 Hollinger boxes; 6 large, 29 small. Average of 260 prints per box.

Primates

Fish

Birds

Mammals

Miscellaneous (large)

Aberambo, album 1

Azande: 4 boxes, albums 2 through 5

Bara and Baka, album 6

Logo: 2 boxes, albums 7 and 8

Makere (large), album 9

Mangbetu, album 10

Mangbetu & others, album 11

Mangbetu women, album 12

Mayoga and Matuki, album 13

Medje Balika and others, album 14

Mobali Babeyru and Bandoka, album 15

Mongelima, Popo, album 16

Pygmy: 2 boxes, album 17 and 18

Giant Eland, album 35

Large Mammals, album 2

Rhinoceros simus (large), album 3

Botany (large), albums 21 and 22

Botany, shore views and okapi habitat, album 23

General geography: 2 boxes, album 24 and 24a

Reptiles, album 28

Birds, album 29

Okapi (large), album 37

Antelopes (large), album 34

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