Expedition Films, 1934-1937

Date Range1934  -  1937
CollectionDr Norman Barnett Tindale
Quantity 33cm,   2  
Series IdentifierAA338/25
from South Australian Museum Expeditions

This series contains two expedition film made by Norman B Tindale. The first film (AA 338/25/1) was shot at Ooldea, South Australia in 1934. The second film (AA 338/25/2) was shot at The Coorong, South Australia in 1937.

Tindale was a collaborating cinematographer with Herbert M Hale (AA 124) during the South Australian Museum expedition to North Queensland where they filmed 'Natives of Princess Charlotte Bay, Queensland,' 1926-1927 (AA 124/1), as well as the cinematographer for numerous Board for Anthropological Research (BAR) expedition films from 1929 to 1966 (AA 346/9).

In addition there is a film NB Tindale shot whilst on his on his trip to the United States of America and Europe during 1936-1937. This film consists of scenes from Stockholm, Copenhagen, Boston, New York, San Francisco and Honolulu. This film has not been digitally transferred or summarised. See NB Tindale Journal (AA 338/1/46/1-3).

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