File:Explaining the movie camera (3948019785).jpg
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Expedition member (Cutting?) explaining the movie camera to a large group of men. Shows the Akeley "pancake" camera. 1927.
Name of Expedition: Daily News Abyssinian Expedition Participants: Wilfred Osgood, Louis Agassiz Fuertes, C. Suydam Cutting, Jack Baum, Alfred M. Bailey Expedition Start Date: September 7, 1926 Expedition End Date: May 20, 1927 Purpose or Aims: Zoology Mammals and Birds Location: Africa, Ethiopia [Abyssinia]
Original material: 4x5 inch interpositive film Digital Identifier: CSZ56643
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