Raven, Henry Cushier, Celebes photographs, 1915-1916

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The 15 black-and-white photographs document the field work of Henry Cushier Raven in Celebes, 1915 - 1916. Images have descriptions on the reverse side with location noted. Subject matter includes Bajan women and children, a dyak house, vistas of Tondano Lake (at 5000 ft), detail images of vegetation, Tondano falls, woods being cleared for agriculture, primates. Some photographs are dated, 1912 - 1915. Locations include Muara Tua Island, Tondano, Temboan, Toli Toli [Tolitoli], Ritan river.

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  • Celebes
  • Indonesia
  • Tolitoli


  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes
  • Black-and-white photographs

Accession #

SIA Acc. 12-269

Collection name

Division of Mammals, Henry Cushier Raven Field Books, 1912-1920

Physical Description

15 photographs

Physical Location

National Museum of Natural History (U.S.). Division of Mammals