National Geographic : 1932 Nov
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE SOUND-CINEMA EQUIPMENT READY TO RECORD, FOR THE FIRST TIME, A LAMA SERVICE AT PEILINGMIAO The most modern American apparatus for recording sights and sounds was carried across Asia and many miles of motion-picture film were exposed. No other continent contains so many varied human types and customs. U i atonal ueograpnic society k inlay Direct Color Photographs by Maynard Owen Williams M. GEORGES-MARIE HAARDT INSPECTING MONGOL FINERY FOR AN ETHNOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION IN PARIS Many antique and modern treasures obtained in the Near East and China are now on exhibit in Paris. A similar collection, made during "The Black Journey" across Africa, deeply influenced French styles.