Logan African Expedition | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society

Photograph

Logan African Expedition

Logan African Expedition | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Outdoor group portrait of the Logan African Expedition, Berriche, Algeria. Six men and a toddler are crouching or kneeling in the foreground. Behind them men, and one woman, are standing in two rows. The man standing in the center is holding a small white dog in his arms. On the right is a tent and a stack of boxes of supplies. A tent stake with a hat perched on it is on the left. Right to left, back row: Voight, Krieger, Small, Greenlee, Sharp. Second row, Williams, (Alonzo) Pond, Dorothy Long Pond, Roberts, Moen, Brown: Bottom row, Riedel, Chomingwen (daughter of the Ponds), Gillin, Tax, Wilford, Dobson (front) Nash. They are wearing work clothes, overcoats, hats and boots.
DESCRIPTION
Outdoor group portrait of the Logan African Expedition, Berriche, Algeria. Six men and a toddler are crouching or kneeling in the foreground. Behind them men, and one woman, are standing in two rows. The man standing in the center is holding a small white dog in his arms. On the right is a tent and a stack of boxes of supplies. A tent stake with a hat perched on it is on the left. Right to left, back row: Voight, Krieger, Small, Greenlee, Sharp. Second row, Williams, (Alonzo) Pond, Dorothy Long Pond, Roberts, Moen, Brown: Bottom row, Riedel, Chomingwen (daughter of the Ponds), Gillin, Tax, Wilford, Dobson (front) Nash. They are wearing work clothes, overcoats, hats and boots.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:103976
Creation Date: April 15 1930
Creator Name:Pond, Alonzo W.
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Collection Name:Pond, Alonzo, 1894- : Alonzo W. and Dorothy L. Pond papers, 1869-1989
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:photographic print, b&w
Original Format Number:M87-377, Box 12
Original Dimensions:5.375 x 3.5 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Caption in album reads: "86a. The Logan African Expedition, Berriche, Algeria. April 15, 1930. Right to Left. Voight, Krieger, Small, Greenlee, Sharp. back row: Second row, Williams, Pond, Mrs. Pond, Roberts, Moen, Brown: Bottom row, Riedel, Chomingwen, Gillin, Tax, Wilford, Dobson (front) Nash.
SUBJECTS
Archaeology
Voyages and travels
Deserts
Archaeological sites
Children and adults
Men
Outdoor photography
Portraits, Group
Dogs
Tents
Women
Pets
Coats
Eyeglasses
Hats
Shoes
Work clothes

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