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Exhibit at The George and Mary Foster Anthropology Library, U.C.
October - December 1996
|Desmond Clark and Louis Leakey at the 3rd Pan African Congress, 1955|
|Betty and Desmond Clark with the Queen Mother at the Opening of the Rhodes Livingston Museum, Zambia|
1956 Site Plan A1, Floor 4, Kalambo Falls
Kalambo Falls Site, aerial view
|Fine Acheulian Handaxe from Kalambo Falls. Age ~ 180,000 years (dated by Uranium series)|
|Photographing the site, Son Valley, Madhya Pradesh, India, 1980|
|Stone Ax, New Guinea|
|1982, Betty Clark at work in the field|
|1963, Prehistoric cultures of northeast Angola and their significance in tropical Africa, by J. Desmond Clark|
|1963, illustrations by Betty Clark. Lisboa. 384 p. 80 plates, maps.|
The Huxley Medal, awarded to J. Desmond Clark in 1974 (left) and the Leakey Medal, awarded Clark in 1996 (right).
Also see Biographical Information for more information about the Leakey Award.
|Commander of the British Empire (CBE) medal
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