Supplementary materials: recorded annotation with Alonzo and Dorothy Pond,1,3,5,6
title supplied by Archives staff (unpublished work) -- archival collection
Footage shot on the Beloit College-Logan Museum archaeological expedition to northeastern Algeria. Shots include: street scenes in the Kasbah, Algiers; funderal procession with four men carrying bier; American students and Algerian natives setting up camp, eating meals, herding camels; excavations of snail shell mounds, trenching, screening; French archaeologist Max Begouen inspecting the camp; natives and towns encountered on a road trip south; native women doing laundry at a stone well.
Pond, Alonzo, et al. 1938, PREHISTORIC HABITATION SITES IN THE SAHARA AND NORTH AFRICA. Beloit: Logan Museum Bulletin
Human Studies Film Archives, Smithsonian Museum Support Center, Suitland, MD