View of Village Showing Ping (Gallows-Like Wood Structure Decorated with Wheat for Fertility Feast Of Jula-Puja), Pole and Mud House with Thatch Roof and Squash Growing on Top; Pole and Thatch Shrine, and Woman in Costume on Bed
Group of Boys and Girls in Costume Outside Pole and Mud House with Thatch Roof And Squash Growing on Top; Sheep Tied Up Beside Pole and Thatch Shrine and Ping (Gallows-Like Wood Structure Decorated with Wheat for Fertility Feast)
Some of the material is in notebook binders. One notebook relates to the National Geographic Society and Yale Peruvian Expedition of 1914-1915 and includes general orders of the expedition. Another notebook has to do with economic plants, and the others relate to cultivated plants. A group of notes have to do with comparisons of Quichua and Polynesian plant names. The rest of the material are note slips. Much of the data appears to come from published sources.
In the wonderland of Peru : the work accomplished by the Peruvian expedition of 1912, under the auspices of Yale University and the National Geographic Society / by Hiram Bingham, director of the expedition