George MacCurdy at anthropology symposium, 1937

George MacCurdy at anthropology symposium, 1937

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Caption: George MacCurdy at anthropology symposium, 1937. At left is US anthropologist George Grant MacCurdy (1863-1947), talking to US science writer Emily Cleveland Davis (1898-1968) in March 1937. MacCurdy is director of Prehistoric Research at Yale University, and he is leading a round table discussion on European and African Chronology at the International Symposium on Early Man. This conference took place at the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Davis was the archaeology editor from 1926 to 1941 at Science Service, an organisation dedicated to informing the public of the latest scientific discoveries and achievements. Photographed by Fremont Davis (1915-1977).

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