This silent film begins with images of men emerging from a vehicle and boarding a longboat that takes them across a body of water and to an installation of grass and wood huts. There are images of native peoples, both adults and children, as well as wildlife and flora. Health workers are seen examining and treating local peoples. The film is part of the Gorgas Memorial Institute manuscript collection at the National Library of Medicine (MS C 212).
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Black and white
Received: February 11, 1991 as a donation from the Gorgas Memorial Institute.