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"What in the World?" #5 (1952 circa)

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Film Id:F16-4004
Film Description:Film Print of CBS-broadcasted television program, filmed at WCAU TV Studios.
"What in the World was the Museum's popular weekly half-hour television program which was first seen in 1951 and which ran for 14 years." Item#1
Wooden half man mask; (lower Yukon Valley) Alaska; used at ceremonial dances; collected in 1935 and said not to be much older than that; painted white with blue around the eyes (represent ghost)

Marble sculpture; found in Besan, Palestine; [current day Gaza]. Hellenistic Period;

Head piece made of reindeer antler and ivory of a mammoth; Siberia; mid 19th Century

Wooden object; taboo sign; New Caledonia (island of Australia); late 19th century

Goddess head; southern Iraq; 6th cent. BC; Neo-Babylonian Period

Representations of a head (Aztec god) made of volcanic rock; Mexico, 15th century AD;

Video Category:Produced Film
Topics:Game shows, Archaeology, Artifacts, Artifact identification, Rainey, Froelich, Cammann, Schuyler, Lipschitz, Jacques, Coon, Carleton
Tags: Archaeology | Artifact identification | Artifacts | Cammann, Schuyler V. | Coon, Carleton S. | Game shows | Lipschitz, Jacques | Rainey, Froelich
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.

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