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Slide set: [Jacoba Hol geographical slides: series J] (lecture: privately made, 15 slides, 1933 - 1941)

Descriptive data for this set (listed below slide images)
Slide J1
[Landslide]
Slide J4
[Valley]
Slide J5
[Steep mountain]
Slide J6
Blau river, Blaubeuren, Germany
Slide J7
[Church near a river]
Slide J8
[Little town]
Slide J14
[Graphic model]
Slide J59
Hunsrück, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
Slide J63
Liechtensteinklamm waterfall, Austria
Slide J64
Savica waterfall, Slovenia
Slide J65
Rhenish Massif, Palatinate, Germany
Slide J66
Rhenish Massif, Palatinate, Germany
Slide J72
Dinaric Alps, Dalmatia, Croatia
Slide J73
Demervlakte, Limburg, Belgium
Slide J74
Veluwe, the Netherlands
Number of slides
15
Manufacturer

privately made, Netherlands

Main type of image
photograph
Main usage of set
lecture
Date of first manufacture
unknown  (earliest possible 1933, latest possible 1941)
Related slide sets

continued from [Jacoba Hol geographical slides: series H] (lecture: privately made, 57 slides, 1911 - 1938)

continued by [Jacoba Hol geographical slides: series K] (lecture: privately made, 71 slides, 1912 - 1938)

People involved in slide production

HOL, Professor Jacoba B.L.  (1886-1964) – photographer, all 15 slides

Notes

This set contains images from the Utrecht University faculty of physical geography. The photos were taken during the excursions organized by Jacoba Hol, for her students in physical geography. This set shows different excursions between 1933 and 1941.

The excursions were very important to Jacoba Hol because she, as a woman, was not allowed to do field work independently. By organizing the excursions for her students, she could still visit interesting places and make photos. She used these photos in her classes and in her own scientific work.

Lucerna ID  3010187

Record created by Eline Veenema and Richard Crangle. Last updated 26 May 2018

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