Credits

The sources for the illustrations in this book are shown below. Credits for pictures from left to right are separated by commas, top to bottom by dashes.

Cover-- Andreas Feininger
8-- Fritz Henle from Photo Researchers, Inc.
10, 11--Map by Matt Greene
12--Drawing by Adolph E. Brotman
14, 15--Drawings by Adolph E. Brotman
17-- Pierre Boulat for TIME
18, 19-- Emil Schulthess from Black Star courtesy Conzett and Huber
20, 21-- Pierre Boulat for TIME
22, 23-- Emil Schulthess from Black Star
24, 25-- Pierre Boulat for TIME
26-- Ray Manley from Western Ways
28, 29--Drawings by Matt Greene
32, 33--Drawings by Adolph E. Brotman
34--Drawing by Matt Greene
35-- William A. Garnett
36, 37--Painting by Mel Hunter
38, 39-- John G. Zimmerman for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED
40, 41-- Eliot Elisofon-- Doris Bry, Loomis Dean
42-- Fritz Goro
43-- William Belknap Jr. from Rapho-Guillumette
44, 45-- Aero Service Corporation--Albert Plecy, © 1954 William A. Garnett, © 1953 William A. Garnett, Myron Davis
46, 47--Center top Andreas Feininger, Emil Schulthess from Black Star; right Doris Bry
48-- William Belknap Jr. from Rapho-Guillumette
49-- George Rodger from Magnum
50--Resettlement Administration Photo by Arthur Rothstein
51-- Joe Scherschel
52-- Horace Bristol
54, 55--Drawings by Wayne Trimm
57--Drawings by Kenneth Gosner of the Newark Museum
58--Drawing by Mark A. Binn
59--Drawings by Kenneth Gosner of the Newark Museum
61, 62-- Joern Gerdts
63-- Andreas Feininger
64, 65-- Horace Bristol
66--Left Andreas Feininger
(2)-- Western Ways from Photo Researchers, Inc.; right Western Ways from Photo Researchers, Inc.
67-- Loomis Dean
68-- Jack Novak from Shostal
71, 72--Drawings by Kenneth Gosner of the Newark Museum
75 through 77--Drawings by Kenneth Gosner of the Newark Museum
79 through 85-- Loomis Dean
86-- Evan J. Davis courtesy Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
87-- Mervin W. Larson courtesy Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum except right Lewis Wayne Walker courtesy Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
88-- Russ Kinne from Photo Researchers, Inc.
89, 90, 91-- Mervin W. Larson courtesy Arizona- Sonora Desert Museum
92-- Lewis Wayne Walker courtesy Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
93-- Loomis Dean
94-- Standard Oil Co. ( New Jersey)
98, 99--Drawings by Kenneth Gosner of the Newark Museum
101--Drawing by Kenneth Gosner of the Newark Museum
103-- Loomis Dean
104-- William A. Garnett
105-- Loomis Dean
106, 107-- Dunstan from Black Star
108, 109-- Loomis Dean
110, 111-- Emil Schulthess from Black Star
112-- Milo Williams
115 through 118--Drawings by Kenneth Gosner of the Newark Museum
121-- Loomis Dean
122-- Evan J. Davis courtesy Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
123-- Arabian American Oil Co.--Richard Meek for SPORTS ILLUSTRATED
124-- David Douglas Duncan
125-- Gervas Huxley
126-- David Douglas Duncan
129, 131--Maps by Elmer Smith
132, 133--Drawings by Adolph E. Brotman
135--Drawings by Tony Saris
137-- George Rodger from Magnum
138, 139-- David Douglas Duncan except left George Rodger from Magnum
140-- George Rodger from Magnum
141-- Pierre Boulat for TIME
142, 143-- David Douglas Duncan
144-- Ewing Krainin from Photo Researchers, Inc.
145-- Emil Schulthess from Black Star
146, 147-- James Burke
148, 149-- George Rodger from Magnum
150, 151-- Inge Morath from Magnum
152-- Laurence K. Marshall courtesy Peabody Museum, Harvard and Smithsonian Institution
153-- Constance Stuart from Black Star, N. R. Farbman
154 through 157-- N. R. Farbman
158 through 163--Dr. Donald Thomson
164-- Parris Emery
166, 167--Drawings by Matt Greene
170, 171--Drawings by Kenneth Gosner of the Newark Museum
173-- Otto Hagel
174, 175-- Otto Hagel except top right Dmitri Kessel
176, 177-- Ezra Stoller courtesy Union Carbide Co., J. R. Eyerman
178, 179-- Eliot Elisofon
180-- Fritz Goro
181-- Joern Gerdts
182, 183-- David Douglas Duncan--Pierre Boulat for TIME
184-- Joern Gerdts
185-- N. R. Farbman

Acknowledgments

The editors of this book are particularly indebted to Charles H. Lowe Jr., Professor of Zoology, University of Arizona, and James Matthai, Geography Department, Teachers College, Columbia University. Both read the entire book and criticized the chapters in their own areas of study. The editors are also indebted to George F. Adams, Professor of Geology, City College of New York; Laurence K. Marshall and the Peabody Museum, Harvard University; Arthur N. Strahler, Professor of Geomorphology, Columbia University; Donald F. Thomson, Professor of Anthropology, Melbourne University; Colin M. Turnbull, Assistant Curator of African Ethnology, The American Museum of Natural History; and Lewis Wayne Walker, Associate Director, Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.

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