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Explore the field notebook of Harry Raven!

Use the corner arrows to

turn selected pages.

Important passages and

additional information

can be revealed by touching

the lizard icon.

To close media boxes, simply

touch the X.

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“H.C. Raven

American Museum of

Natural History

77th St. + Central Park W.

New York City”

By 1935, Harry Raven had established himself as an

eminent naturalist and a skilled field collector.

In this notebook, Raven cites his preparations for the

expedition, using his expertise to list necessary

collecting and preservation supplies and where to

purchase them. He also notes books and articles he

used for research and outlines of how to pack the

group’s provisions into specially-made crates, to be

carried by teams of mules. Raven used this notebook

to keep notes on the progress of the expedition, the

natural environment around them, and the peoples

and animals they encountered in the field.

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“H.C. Raven

American Museum of

Natural History

77th St. + Central Park W.

New York City”

By 1935, Harry Raven had established himself as an

eminent naturalist and a skilled field collector.

In this notebook, Raven cites his preparations for the

expedition, using his expertise to list necessary

collecting and preservation supplies and where to

purchase them. He also notes books and articles he

used for research and outlines of how to pack the

group’s provisions into specially-made crates, to be

carried by teams of mules. Raven used this notebook

to keep notes on the progress of the expedition, the

natural environment around them, and the peoples

and animals they encountered in the field.

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“Tanks with removeable lids 4 put together ready to crate”

Raven sketched rectangular wooden “tanks” that would

hold the group’s supplies while in the field. After being

packed, these tanks were tied to wooden “pack frames”

with cord, then loaded on top of the saddles of the

group’s mules. These mules, driven by Yunnanese

muleteers, transported the Expedition’s hundreds of

pounds of supplies and over the course of the journey.

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“Tanks with removeable lids 4 put together ready to crate”

Raven sketched rectangular wooden “tanks” that would

hold the group’s supplies while in the field. After being

packed, these tanks were tied to wooden “pack frames”

with cord, then loaded on top of the saddles of the

group’s mules. These mules, driven by Yunnanese

muleteers, transported the Expedition’s hundreds of

pounds of supplies and over the course of the journey.