African field photographs, 1926-1927.
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The American Museum of Natural History was founded in 1869 to be of service to the city's public schools, advance scientific research in natural history, and to exhibit natural history objects for casual visitors. From the description of Administrative files, 1869-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155513508 Museum exhibition displayed in the Museum's showcase in 1975. From the description of Cans from pressured city exhibition photographs, 1975. (Unknown). Wor...
Explorer and author, joined several expeditions to Canada and Africa, noted for her expedition to the northern Canadian Rockies. Married Carl Akeley in 1924. Continued his work after his death in 1926, and became a special advisor at the American Museum of Natural History. From the description of Papers, 1859-1940 [microform]. (American Museum of Natural History). WorldCat record id: 41123496 Wife of Carl Akeley; she died in 1966. From the description of Papers, ...
The expedition was sponsored by George Eastman, Daniel E. Pomeroy, and Daniel Wentz. Expedition members were Carl and Mary L. Jobe Akeley, George Eastman, and Daniel Pomeroy. The expedition split up for a few weeks with Pomeroy and Eastman going to Tanzania (Tanganyika) for various animals including gazelles, while the Akeleys went to the Kivu Region of Zaire (the Belgian Congo, where Carl Akeley died on Nov. 17, 1926) for gorilla habitats. From the description of African field photo...