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EDUCATIONAL FILM

GUIDE



1951 Edition






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DIRECTIONS FOR USE

This is a list of 16mm films, based on information obtained directly from the main
sources.

Part 1. Title and Subject Index. The title of a film is always followed by a Dewey classi-
fication number. Turn to this number in the Classified Subject List (Part 2) for
further information about the film. Subject headings are based on the content of the
film, nof the area in which it may be used.

Part 2. Classified Subject List (sample entry)

NEWSPAPER STORY. EBP 1950 16min sd
b&w (Printing series) $70, rent $4 070

* el-jh-Guide

Educational consultant: Kenneth E. Olson,
Northwestern University.

The production of a modern newspaper is
illustrated by following through a typical fea-
ture story

Evaluation in Ed Screen, Oct. 1950, p. 339

The first two lines in this sample entry contain the title of the film and its
"technical data" or "collation." The order of the items is title, abbreviation for the
main source, year of release, running time, sound or silent, black & white or color,
name of series, purchase price, rental price. The number "070" is the classification
number for "Journalism" in Part 2.

"el-jh" on the next line indicate the grade level for which the film is intended.
The asterisk (*) indicates that the film is recommended by the Guide's advisory
panel.

The first paragraph of the annotation gives the credits (sponsor, producer, etc.).

The second paragraph contains a brief description of the contents of the film.
Additional descriptive paragraphs are used when necessary and reference is made to
evaluations or reviews of the film which may be available in periodicals.

Main Source. Indicated by the abbreviation immediately following the title, in Part 2.
Full name and address for each source is given in the Directory of Main Sources
located at the back of the book.

Release date. When this date can be accurately determined, the year in which the film
was first released is indicated.

Price. When only the amount is given, this represents the purchase price. When the
amount is preceded by the word renf, this is the charge for the use of the film for
one day. The words "free-/oon" indicate that the film is loaned at no charge except
transportation costs. The words purchase apply are used when no specific purchase
price is provided by the source. All prices are furnished to us by the main source,
and are subject to change.



ABBREVIATIONS GRADING

b&w black and white p primary )K-3)

sd sound el elementary (4-6)

series * jun ! or ^ <?; 9 >

sh senior high (10-12)

serv. ch. service charge c college

si silent ad adult



DO NOT SEND ORDERS FOR FILMS TO THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY
SEE "DIRECTORY OF MAIN SOURCES 11 IN BACK OF BOOK



EDUCATIONAL FILM
GUIDE

1951 EDITION



EDUCATIONAL FILM

GUIDE



1951 Edition



AN INDEX TO 8,251 16MM MOTION PICTURES

PART 1. AN ALPHABETIC TITLE AND SUBJECT INDEX
PART 2. A CLASSIFIED AND ANNOTATED SUBJECT LIST



COMPILED BY

FREDERIC A. KRAHN




THE H. W. WILSON COMPANY

950 UNIVERSITY AVENUE NEW YORK 52, N. Y.



Published and printed in the United States of America
by The H. W. Wilson Company

First edition 1936

Second edition 1939

Third edition 1943

Fourth edition 1944

Fifth edition 194S

Sixth edition 1946

Seventh edition 1947

Eighth edition 1948

Ninth edition 1949

Tenth edition 1951



PREFACE

This 1951 edition of the Educational Film Guide is a classified sub-
ject list of 8,251 16mm motion pictures, supplemented by an alphabetic
title and subject index. This edition replaces all volumes and supplements
which have preceded it. As in previous editions of the Guide, the films
included are not confined to classroom films, but include those which are
available for all non-theatrical uses, making this Guide valuable not only
to schools and universities, but also to clubs and associations, social agen-
cies, libraries, churches, business and industrial firms, television stations,
and other groups which use 16mm films.

Revision. All information from the 1949 edition, 1950 supple-
ment, and issue of December 1950 has been verified with the main sources
in the spring of 1951. Prices and other data have been brought up-to-date.
Credits and other production data have been obtained whenever possible,
where this information was lacking. Most of the descriptive annotations
have been completely revised or re- written. The quarterly issues of
March 1951 and June 1951 have been automatically included in this vol-
ume, with only minor changes.

Types of Films Included. Due to the increasing size and cost of
producing the Guide, a careful re-examination of the types of films to
be included has been necessary. All educational, religious, travel, sports,
documentary and sponsored films for which reliable information can be
obtained will continue to be listed. For feature films now on 16mm films
and "home movies" a selective policy will be followed. They will be in-
cluded only if they are of direct educational significance. Films intended
solely for the medical profession are adequately covered by existing
facilities, and will be omitted entirely. As in previous years, films which
are no longer available from the main source are dropped from this edi-
tion. In all cases, the needs of the majority of the users of the Guide
will be the basic consideration in determining its form and scope.

History. The first edition of this Guide was published in 1936
with the title : Educational Film Catalog. For years before that The
H. W. Wilson Company had been making surveys and inquiries to learn
whether or not such a catalog was really needed. When the decision to
publish the Guide was made a questionnaire regarding the form and gen-
eral policies was submitted to educators and librarians and in 1935 edi-
torial work for the first Educational Film Catalog was begun. In 1945
the name was changed to Educational Film Guide.

Form of Guide. An explanation of the purpose of the two parts
of the Guide and the information which can be found in each is contained
in the "Directions for Use" printed inside the front cover and repeated
at the beginning of Part 2.

Evaluation System. At regular intervals, a list of the new films
which have appeared in the Guide is sent to members of the Advisory
Panel (names on Page vii). Each person is asked to rate the films he has
seen on a numerical basis ranging from poor to excellent. If the average



of three more of these numerical evaluations is sufficiently high, the film
receives a star (*) with its listing in Part 2. This system has been de-
vised to obtain the composite opinion of persons thruout the United States,
and Canada who hold responsible positions in the audio-visual field, and
who see a great many films in the course of their regular duties.

Reference is also made to evaluations or reviews of films appearing
in magazines which are likely to be generally available in public and school
libraries or audio-visual departments.

Grading. The grading symbols used in Part 2 represent, as nearly
as can be determined, the audience level for which the producer intended
his film to have optimum use. This does not rule out the fact that the film
may be useful at other levels. It is also noted that many films are made
with no specific audience in mind, and may be useful, to some extent, at
all age levels.

Method of Cataloging and Classification. Films have been cata-
loged and classified in this Guide by the methods and tools which are in
general usage by librarians for books and other printed materials. Sub-
ject headings for films are assigned with the aid of the "Sears List of
Subject Headings", the Library of Congress subject headings, and other
standard lists.

All films in the Guide have been re-classified to agree with the
Standard (15th) Edition of the Dewey Classification published in 1951.
As a result, more than 25% of the films previously listed now have "new"
numbers.

Publication Schedule. This edition of the Guide will be supple-
mented by quarterly issues published in November, February and May.

How to Obtain Films. To assist those who wish to purchase or
rent 16mm films some brief suggestions regarding sources, etc. are given
at the back of the book preceding the Directory of Main Sources.

Acknowledgements. The editor and The H. W. Wilson Company
are very grateful for the many leaders in the field of audio-visual educa-
tion, film producers, and others who have given freely their advice and
suggestions. The members of the Advisory Panel whose names appear
on the next page have regularly returned the lists of films sent to them
for their evaluations, and have helped in many other ways.

Since it is upon the cooperation of the film sources that the compre-
hensiveness of this Guide depends, we wish to thank the producers, spon-
sors and distributors who have consistently and promptly informed us of
their current releases, and also carefully verified all information on the
proofs of the listings of their films in this edition of the Guide.

As it has been since its very beginning, this edition was prepared
under the overall supervision of Dorothy E. Cook, editor of the Standard
Catalog series of Wilson publications. Sincere appreciation is extended
to Bessie Moran, Lillian Clarke and Mary Gilbert who have assisted in
the editorial work and other aspects of the compilation of the Guide.

FREDERIC A. KRAHN
November 1951



VI



ADVISORY PANEL



The following leaders in the field of audio-visual education participated in the evaluation
of films. The films which received their recommendation are starred (*) in Part 2 of this book.
A brief description of the evaluation system appears in the Preface.



MARY LOUISE ALEXANDER
Librarian

Ferguson (public) Library
Stamford, Connecticut

CELT A M. ANDERSON
Film Librarian
New York University
New York, 3, New York

B. A. AUGHINBAUGH
Director, Slide & Film Exchange
State Department of Education
Columbus, Ohio

VIRGINIA M. BEARD

Head, Film Bureau
Cleveland Public Library
Cleveland, Ohio

MRS. ESTHER L. BERG
Public Schools
New York, New York

MRS. CAMILLA BEST
Head, Audio- Visual Dept.
New Orleans Public Schools
New Orleans, Louisiana

KARLINE BROWN

Films & Recordings Center
Cincinnati Public Library
Cincinnati, Ohio

ROBERT COLLIER, JR.

Director of Visual Instruction
South High School
Denver, Colorado

LOUISE CONDIT

Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York, New York

C. R. CRAKES

Educational Director
DeVry Corporation
Chicago, Illinois

WILDER EMMERT

Director, Indiana Film Library
State Teachers College
Indiana, Pennsylvania

ALFRED L. FREDERICK
Associate Director
Association Films, Inc.
New York, New York



CAROLYN Guss
Associate in Selection
Audio-Visual Dept.
Indiana University
Bloomington, Indiana

HARRY H. HAWORTH
Supervisor, Library & Visual Services
Pasadena City Schools
Pasadena, California

HERBERT R. JENSEN

Director, Audio- Visual Center
Colorado State College
Greeley, Colorado

JAMES S. KINDER

Department of Visual Education
Pennsylvania College for Women
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

MARGUERITE KIRK
Director, Dept. of Library, Visual Aids and

Radio

Board of Education
Newark, New Jersey

H. L. KOOSER

Director, Visual Instruction Service
Iowa State College
Ames, Iowa

WILLIAM F. KRUSE
Public Relations Counsel
64 E. Lake St.
Chicago, 1, 111.

BERTHA LANDERS
Director, Audio- Visual Dept.
Public Library
Kansas City, Missouri

MRS. VENICE M. LINDSAY
Manager, Visual Aids Bureau
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona

DONALD W. MCCAVICK

Director, Visual Instruction Bureau
University of Texas
Austin, Texas

FRED S. MONTGOMERY
Bureau of Visual Instruction
University of Kansas
Lawrence, Kansas



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KURTZ MYERS

Head, Audio- Visual Division
Detroit Public Library
Detroit, Michigan

ALAN H. NICOL

Director of Visual Education
Board of Education
Buffalo, New York

SHELDON OSBORN
Director

Audio-Visual Center
State College of Washington
Pullman, Washington

MRS. GRACE FISHER RAMSEY
Curator of School Relations
American Museum of Natural History
New York, New York

SEERLEY REID

Assistant Chief, Visual Education Section
U. S. Office of Education
Washington, 25, D.C.

WILLIAM L. ROGERS
Executive Secretary
Religious Film Association
New York, New York



JANET SCELLEN

New York representative
National Film Board of Canada
New York, New York

EDWARD T. SCHOFIELD
Dept. of Library, Visual Aids & Radio
Board of Education
Newark, New Jersey

ARTHUR C. STENIUS
Professor of Education
College of Education
Wayne University
Detroit, Michigan

PAUL R. WENDT
Assoc. Prof, of Education and Director of

Audio- Visual Education
San Francisco State College
San Francisco 2, Calif.

WALTER A. WITTICH
Director, Bureau of Visual Instruction
University of Wisconsin
Madison, Wisconsin



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Educational Film Guide



1951 Edition



Part 1. Alphabetic title and subject index



A' FOR ACHIEVEMENT 332.2
A PARIS 914.436
A.A.F. COMES OF AGE 358
A.A.F. SPECIAL DELIVERY 358
A.B.C. OF HAND TOOLS (2 parts) 621.9
A.B.C. OF INTERNAL COMBUSTION 621.4
MAKING (The coil



A.B.C. OF
method)



POTTERY
738



641.5
639.4



A.B.C. OF PUPPETS (2 parts) 791.5

A.B.C. OF THE AUTOMOBILE ENGINE 621.4

A.B.C. OF THE DIESEL ENGINE 621.436

A. B.C. A. 374

A.B.C.'s OF BEEF COOKERY

ABALONE PEARL FISHING

ABANDON SHIP 359

ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS (feature U.S.)
FF

ABERDEEN ANGUS 636.2

Aberdeenshire, Scotland, county
North east corner 914.1

ABIDE WITH ME (Post) 783

Ability Testing

Aptitudes and occupations 371.42
Counseling Its tools and techniques 371.42
Motor aptitude tests and assembly work

371.26

Of pups and puzzles 371.42
Performance testing 371.26
Personnel selection 371.42
See also Mental tests

Abnormal psychology. See Psychology, Patho-
logical

Aborigines. See Ethnology

ABORIGINES OF THE SEA COAST 919.4

ABOUT BANANAS 634.7

ABOUT FACES 617.6

ABOUT MONEY 339.4

ABOUT THE MEDITERRANEAN 914.95

ABRAHAM AND ISAAC 221

ABRAHAM LINCOLN 973.7

Abraham, the patriarch
Abraham and Isaac 221
Abraham's faith 221
Abraham's sacrifice 221



ABRAHAM'S FAITH 221
ABRAHAM'S SACRIFICE



221



Abrasives

Grinding wheel, its care and use 621.92
Grinding wheel markings 621.92
Grinding wheel safety 621.92
New revolutionary single crystal abra-
sive 32 alundum 621.92
Norton abrasives in tool grinding 21.92
Offhand grinding with Norton abrasive
621.92

Manufacture

Manufactured abrasives 621.92
A romance of industry 621.92

Absenteeism (Labor)

Every minute counts 658.3

Abstract films. See Moving pictures Abstract
ACADEMY 359.97

Acadians

The Acadians 917.16

THE ACADIANS 917.16
ACCENT ON LEARNING 371.33
ACCENT ON USE 615.8
ACCIDENT BEHAVIOR 614.8
ACCIDENT SERVICE 617

Accidents

Accident behavior 614.8
Accident service 617
Ice rescue 614.8
Traffic with the devil 614.8

Prevention
Aim for safety 614.8
Art of climbing 621.385
Before the blast 662.2
Captain Caution 797.1
Carelessness costs you 614.8
Coney Island 614.8
Cooking: kitchen safety 641.5
Danger is your companion 361.5
Danger sleuths 614.8
Do you walk safely? 614.8
Easy on the eyes 614.8
For safety's safe 614.8
Heritage of human resources 614.8
Hook, line and safety 799.1
Ladders, scaffolds and floor openings

614.8

Let's play safe 614.8
Live and learn 614.8

Patty learns to stop, look and listen 614.8
Playground safety 371.61
Safe as you think 614.8
Safe living at school 614.8



1951 EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE



Accidents Prevention Continued
Safety ahoy 797.1
Safety at play 614.8

Safety in the chemistry laboratory 614.8
Seventh column 614.8
Vacation safety 614.8
What's your safety I. Q.? 614.8
Worth the risk 614.8
You and your bicycle 629.227

Prevention In agriculture
Miracle in paradise valley 631
Stitch in time 614.8
Ten little farmers 614.8

Prevention in industry
See Industrial safety

Prevention In the home
Approved by the underwriters 614.8
Doorway to death 614.8
Electrical circuit faults 621.328
Four point safety home 614.8
Home safe home 614.8
Kitchen and dining room safety 647.9
Let's be safe at home 614.8
Safe use of tools '614.8
Safety at home 614.8
Safety begins at home 614.8
Safety in the home 614.8

Prevention Traffic accidents
See Automobile driving; Cycling; Pedes-
trian safety; Traffic accidents

Accidents don't happen series (UW-Educ)
Falls 614.85
Handling 614.85
Machines 614.85
Organization 614.85
Safe clothing 614.85

ACCORDING TO PLAN (Introduction to en-
gineering drawing) 744

THE ACCORDION 398
ACCORDION SERENADE 793.31

Accounting

Accounting and calculating machines 651.26
Bookkeeping and accounting 657
Saving with S.U.I.A.P. 657
See also Bookkeeping

ACCOUNTING AND CALCULATING MA-
CHINES 651.26

ACHIMOTA 916.6

Acoustics. See Hearing; Sound

ACQUISITION OF THE TOKEN-REWARD
HABIT IN THE CAT 151.3

ACROBATIC CHECKS 629.126

Acrobats and acrobatism

Advanced tumbling 796.4
Beginning tumbling 796.4
Come to the circus 791.3
Intermediate tumbling 796.4
Let's go to the circus 791.3
Simple stunts 796.4
Tumbling on the trampoline 796.4

ACROSS CANADA 917.1

ACROSS THE ARCTIC UNGAVA 919.8

Act and fact series (BIS)
Air battle 940.544
Cherbourg 940.54
D-Day 940.54
Fall of Germany 940.54
Gateway to Germany 940.54
Rhine line 940.54
Road to Paris 940.54
V-E day 940.53

ACT YOUR AGE (emotional maturity) 157

ACTION 741.5

ACTION AND REACTION 151.3

ACTION HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WAR

940 54-5

ACT BACILLI BERI PHAGE N TYPHOID



THE ACTION OF STAPHYLOCOCCAL TOXIN
ON RABBITS AND MICE 615.9

ACTIVE PEACETIME SERVICE 359.97
ACTIVITY GROUP THERAPY 131.32

Actors and actresses

Great actresses of the past 792.93
Hearts in Hollywood 792.93
Screen actors 792.93

Adams, John Quincy

John Quincy Adams 973.5

Adaptation (biology)

Birds of the seacoast 598.2

Camouflage in nature through form and

color matching 591.5
Camouflage in nature through pattern

matching 591.5

Heredity and environment 575.1
How animals defend themselves 591.5
How animals eat 591.5
How animals move 591.5

See also Animals; Birds; Plants
Adding machines. See Calculating machines

ADDING OR REMOVING REFRIGERANT
621.56

Addition. See Arithmetic
ADDITION IS EASY 511
ADDRESSING ENVELOPES 652.3

ADJUSTING AND CHECKING THE EXPAN-
SION VALVE 621.56

ADJUSTING AND REPAI Rl NG THE THERMO
EXPANSION VELVE 621.56

ADJUSTING COMMERCIAL THERMOSTATIC
CONTROLS 621.56

ADJUSTING PRESSURE ACTUATED TEM-
PERATURE CONTROL DEVICES 621.56

ADJUSTMENTS AFTER CHECK FLIGHT
629.14

ADMINISTERING COLD APPLICATIONS. In
THERAPEUTIC USES OF HEAT AND
COLD (2 parts) 610.73

ADMINISTERING HOT APPLICATIONS. In
THERAPEUTIC USES OF HEAT AND
COLD (2 parts) 610.73

Administrative ability. See Personnel manage-
ment

ADOBE VILLAGE (valley of Mexico) 917.2

Adolescence

Act your age (emotional maturity) 157

Are you popular? 395

Children growing up with others 136.7

Friendship begins at home 301.42

Growing girls 612.6

Shy guy 136.73

ADOLF DEHN'S TECHNIQUE IN WATER
COLOR 751

ADOPTING A BEAR CUB 591.5

Adoption

Nobody's children 362.73

Adult education
A.B.C.A. 374
Basic English 420
Brother John 331.88

Campus comes to the steelworker 374
Education for all 378
Men at work 914.5
People of the Cumberland 374
Take time for tomorrow 374
That all may learn 379

Mexico
Mexico builds a democracy 917.2

ADVANCE IN AFRICA 266
ADVANCED MANEUVERS 629.126



ADVANCED
36.7



OBEDIENCE INSTRUCTION



TITLE AND SUBJECT INDEX



ADVANCED STROKES. In SWIMMING (3
parts) 797.2

ADVANCED SWIMMING 797.2
ADVANCED TENNIS 796.34
ADVANCED TUMBLING 796.4

ADVANCED TYPING (Duplicating and manu-
script) 652.3

ADVANCED TYPING (Shortcuts) 652.3
ADVANTAGES OF A-C WELDING 671.521
ADVENTURE AHEAD 629.226
ADVENTURE IN BOKHARA (feature Russia)

FF

ADVENTURE IN SARDINIA 914.5
ADVENTURE IN TELEZONIA 621.385

Adventure series (Official)
Bullet on wheels 796.72
Dogs, sheep and Mr. Bo-peep 636.3
Ghosts of the Golden West 591.9
Giants of the sea 591.9
Golden West 978
Present for Santa Glaus 394.26
Stray lamb F
Tiger fangs 591.5
Undersea life 591.9
Zoo's who 591.5

Adventures of a news cameraman series (TFC)
Guardians of the sea 359.97
Men for the fleet 359
Recording modern science 608
Sanctuary of the seals 591.5
Sandhogs 624
Wonders of the sea 591.9

ADVENTURES OF BUNNY RABBIT 591.5
THE ADVENTURES OF CASANOVA 945
ADVENTURES OF CHICO (feature U.S.) FF

ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN

F

ADVENTURES OF JUNIOR RAINDROP 631.6
ADVENTURES OF PETER 636.7

ADVENTURES OF THAT LITTLE MAN OF
MINE 917.8

ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER (feature
U.S.) FF

ADVENTURES WITH ANDY 591.5
ADVENTURING PUPS 636.7

Advertising

Back to school 658.85

How to attract attention thru animation

659.1

The magic box 659.12
The magic key 659.1

Pulling power of printing bristol 659.1
See also Merchandising

AERIAL DELIVERY CONTAINERS PART I
(loading and dispatching) 659.12

Aerial photography. See Photography Aerial

Aerodynamics

Aerodynamics air flow 629.123
Aerodynamics forces acting on an air foil

629.123

Aerodynamics (3 parts) 629.123
Air in action 629.123
Drag 629.123
Forces in balance 629.123
Lift 629.123

Principles of flight 629.123
Problems of flight 629.123
Smoke streams 629.123
Stability 629.123
Theory of flight 629.123
Thrust 629.123
Youth takes to wings '629.1

AERODYNAMICS (3 parts) 629.123
AERODYNAMICS AIR FLOW 629.123



AERODYNAMICS FORCES ACTING ON AN
AIR FOIL 629.123

Aeronautical instruments
Attitude gyro 629.15
Gyro compass 629.15
Gyroscope and gravitation 629.15
Gyroscope and the earth's rotation 629.15
Principles of the gyroscope 629.15
Romance of the gyroscope 629.15
Sperry gyrosyn compass 629.15

Aeronautics

First flight (2 parts) 629.126

Idlewild New York International Airport

629.1

Methods of flight 629.123
Principles of flight 629.123
Utility unlimited 629.18
Youth takes to wings 629.1

Accidents
Castaway 358

Empire State disaster 917.471
See also Airplanes Piloting

Canada
Canadian Pacific in the air 387.7

Commercial

Air power is peace power 358
Air transportation 387.7
Airplane changes our world map 912
The airport '629.16
The bridge 918

Double-deck Strato-clipper 387.7
Global air routes 387.72
Great circle 387.72
Mr. Groundling takes the air 387.7
Of men and wings 387.7
A thousand hours 629.126
Transportation by air 387.7

Employees
Your career in aviation 629.1

Flights

Airplane trip 629.109
Flight over the Arctic 919.82

History
Flight log 665.5

Medical aspects
That men may fly 616.98
Military

Air power is peace power 358
America's airpower 358
Castaway 358
Fighting lady speaks 359.93
Fighting lady's family 359.9
Jet assisted take-off of carrier aircraft

629.1

Know your Air Force better 358
The Navy flies 359
One man task force 359.93
Reconnaissance pilot 940.544
Target for tonight 940.544

See also Airplanes Military; United
States Air Force

Naval
See Aeronautics Military

Navigation
See Navigation (Aeronautics)

Piloting
See Airplanes Piloting

Research

Dividends for the fufure 629.107
Faster than sound 629.107
Supersonic wind tunnel 629.107

Supersonic

Faster than sound 629.107
Supersonic wind tunnel 29.107
Technology at mid-century 378

Aesop's fables

Hare and the tortoise 398
Rabbits and frogs 398
Three fox fables 398



1951 EDUCATIONAL FILM GUIDE



AFFAIR BLUM (feature Germany) FF

Africa

African fauna 591.9

Children of Africa 916

Colorful ports of call 916.9

David Livingstone 916

David Livingstone in Africa 916

Day in an African village 916

Diana in Africa 916

Elephant hunt 799.2

A giant people 916.76

Safari on wheels 916

To the mountains of the moon 916

Wild elephant roundup 591.5

Wild life in Africa 591.5

Wild life on the veldt 591.9

British East
Eighth plague 632.7
Father and son 916.76
Partners 916.76
Thrill River 916.7

Central

The devil fights back 266
Life in a jungle village 916.7
Life in hot, wet lands 916.7

French Equatorial
African big game 916.72
L'Amitie noire 916.72
The Niger 916.72
People of the Chad 916.72
Rhythm of Africa 916.72
Voyage en Afrique 916.72

Missions
See Missions Africa

North

Algeria and Morocco 916.4
Backward civilization 916.1
Cities of North Africa (Tunis Algiers

Rabat) 916.1
Desert Tripoli 916.1
Home of the sheikh 916.5
In Morocco 916.4
Journey in Tunisia 916.1



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