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From missing links to early man
Notes on a second mandibular fragment from Haua Fteah, Cyrenaica
Ovambo men, from Ombadja Angola,  16 June 1948
Anatomists and artists: the development of anatomical illustration from the introduction of printing to 1543.
The Black Sash - Cape Western Region. Athlone Advice Office. Annual report for 12 months from 1st October 1967 to 30th September 1968
Herero from Windhoek and Otjiwarongo Districts, 8 - 10 May 1948
Photograph from newspaper clipping
Die groot baas : a mime from the Botswana Festival
Skeletons from Scotland
Notes on remains of larger mammals from the Shimbabala site
Ovambo women, from Ombadja Angola,  16 June 1948
Letter from Vincent Vermooten to Drennan
Some results and conclusions from a study of the sulci and gyri of a series of brains
The Black Sash - Cape Western Region. Athlone Advice Office. Report for 12 months from 1st October 1963 to 30th September 1964
Data from Duckworth Laboratory in Cambridge and British Museum in London
The Black Sash - Cape Western Region. Athlone Advice Office. Annual report from 1st October 1966 to 30th September 1967
Data from Duckworth Laboratory in Cambridge and British Museum in London
Anthropometric data from the Anatomy Department of the University of Capetown
Robert Broom: from country doctor to world-famous palaeontologist
Remarks on a human skeleton from Walvis Bay, SWA

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