CollectionGB 0231 University of Aberdeen, Special Collections
Ref NoMS 3270/8/7/6
TitleIllustrations from Gontran de Poncins' 'Kabloona among the inuit'
Datec 1940s
Extent18 lantern slides
Administrative HistoryGontran de Poncins' 'Kabloona among the inuit' describes the author's experiences living amongst the Inuit of the Arctic for fifteen months during 1938 - 39. First published in 1941, it quickly became a best seller and a classic anthropological/sociological study of its time. 'Kabloona' means 'the white man.' The book was republished by Graywolf Press in 1996.
DescriptionEighteen illustrations from Gontran de Poncins' 'Kabloona among the inuit' (1941) used by Robert Lockhart in teaching and lecturing.
AppraisalThe lantern slides have been numbered 1 - 18 for storage and identification. This reflects their original order of storage, but is not thought to have any further significance.
Access StatusOpen
Access ConditionsOpen, subject to signature accepting conditions of use at reader registration sheet
Physical DescriptionBlack and white glass lantern slides.
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