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Group Title: Berner Africa Scrapbooks
Title: Lewis Berner Africa Scrapbook Album 1
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00003996/00001
Finding Guide: A Guide to the Lewis Berner Papers
 Material Information
Title: Lewis Berner Africa Scrapbook Album 1
Physical Description: Book
Language: English
Creator: Berner, Lewis
Publication Date: 1940s
 Subjects
Subject: Photograph -- Africa -- Gold Coast
Genre: Photograph
Spatial Coverage: Africa
 Notes
Abstract: The photograph albums contain photos and postcards, primarily from the mid-1940s during Lewis Berner's research to Africa. The majority of these images were taken during World War II while Berner served in the U.S. Army conducting malaria research in the Gold Coast. Entomologist and professor. Lewis Berner was born on September 30, 1915, in Savannah, Georgia. He received his B.S. in 1937, M.S. in 1939 and Ph.D. in 1941, all from the University of Florida. In 1941, he was inducted into the army, training in field artillery in Texas. Soon thereafter, he was assigned to Ft. McPherson Medical Laboratory (Atlanta) to make use of his scientific background. He spent six months there until his transfer to Accra, Gold Coast (now Ghana) in September 1942 to undertake mosquito control work and other tropical health programs. Berner served as an army major and entomologist for the Inter-Allied Malaria Control Group in Accra. He received the Legion of Merit medal for his mosquito control work with this primarily British and American group, which was commanded by an Australian and staffed principally by engineers. According to Berner, the group was almost entirely successful in eliminating malaria from the Accra area of the Gold Coast, at the time a British colony (it became independent as Ghana in 1957). When he first went to Africa in 1942 (flying via Brazil, from Miami), Berner landed in Liberia and stayed for two nights at the Firestone Rubber plantation. Continuing to Accra, he stayed in barracks built by Pan American Airlines. They were relatively luxurious accommodations with mattresses and screened windows. Pan American army planes transported the group throughout much of Africa. Berner was the medical inspector of Morrison Field Air Base (Palm Beach) for the Africa-Middle East Wing of the Air Transport Command, and for the North African Wing of the A.T.C. He traveled to Liberia, Senegal, French Morocco, Tunisia, Nigeria, and the Union of South Africa in this capacity in 1943 and 1944. He also traveled from Elizabethville, Belgian Congo (Lubumbashi) to Johannesburg, South Africa, on a narrow gauge railway trip that took five days and four nights to complete. After returning to the U.S. (again via Brazil) in 1945, Berner was stationed in Miami, and two months later was transferred to the Philippines. On his way there, he stopped in Hawaii, where he arrived on VJ Day, August 14, 1945. There he met his future wife, Amelia (Amy), a nurse on a ship stationed there (they married the same year). He continued to his post as Commanding Officer of the School of Preventative Medicine in Manila, but because the war ended it never functioned. He was discharged in February 1946 as a Lieutenant Colonel and was subsequently offered a position as an Assistant Professor in the Biology Department at UF, where he began work that June. He became a full Professor in 1954, later served as chair of the department, and was named Professor Emeritus in 1984. Berner was a recognized expert on the mayflies of the Southeast U.S. He was the author of numerous publications, primarily on entomology, aquatic insects, mosquitoes and mayflies (particularly the mayflies of Florida). Throughout his career, Berner returned to Africa to conduct research and provide consultation. In 1950, he worked on the Volta River project in the Gold Coast, investigating schistosomiasis and onchocerciasis with the Inter-Allied group. He also worked in the Shire Valley of Malawi in 1952, during which time Archie Carr was his assistant. Dr. Berner died on January 19, 2004.
Summary: Inside Front Cover. Three robed singing men (Print, 8 x 10”) Page 1. Horse races in Accra (Print, 3¾ x 2½”) Page 1. Betting odds, races, Accra (Print, 3¾ x 2½”) Page 1. Posting the winner, races, Accra (Print, 3¾ x 2½”) Page 2. Going to the post, Accra (Print, 3¾ x 2½”) Page 2. Spectators at the races, Accra group of African women (Print, 3¾ x 2½”) Page 3. Scene at the beach, Labadi (Print) Page 3. Aburi Road (red filter) landscape with single tree (Print) Page 4. Making dye at Bawaleshi, Village of Trishitu (Print, 3 x 4½”) Page 4. Village of Trishutu 3 children at compound gate (Print, 4 x 2½”) Page 4. Gold Coast Mohammadens, Tribe Moshie 2 men (Print) Page 5. Mohammeden goat herds near Teshi (Print, 3¾ x 2½”) Page 5. Surf boat at Labadi (Missing) Page 6. Capt. More, Maj. Woodrow, Maj. Berner (Print, 3 x 3¾”), May-44 Page 6. Capt. More, Maj. Woodrow, Maj. Bamber (Print, 4½ x 3¾”), May-44 Page 7. Maj. Brown, Capt. Sullivan, Lt. Col. Moore, Capt. Franklin, Maj. Christian, Maj. Berner dark print (Print, 4¼ x 3”), Dec-43 Page 7. Capt. Kilday and Maj. Beeson in Cairo in front of Sphinx (Print, 2½ x 2¾”), Jan-44 Page 7. Majors Beeson and Berner in Cairo in front of Sphinx (Print, 2½ x 2¾”), Jan-44 Page 8. Effects of bombing at location left blank, “Hotel Trocadero” visible (Print, 3 x 4¼”), Jan-44 Page 8. Effects of bombing at location left blank (Print, 3 x 4¼”), Jan-44 Page 9. Effects of bombing at location left blank, destroyed gate into a port with ship in background (Print), Jan-44 Page 9. American nurses at the pyramids, Cairo on 3 camels (Print), Jan-44 Page 10. Pyramids, showing size of blocks (Print, 3 x 4"), Jan-44 Page 10. Pyramids with climbers on blocks (Print, 3 x 4"), Jan-44 Page 11. Maj. Berner at RAF camp in front of tent (Print), Jan-44 Page 11. Sphinx and pyramids, Cairo (Print), Jan-44 Page 12. Col. Hardenburgh and Capt. Jackson at Tokoradi in front of army cars (Print), Nov-43 Page 12. Major O.J.S. Macdonald, I.M.S. leaning on sedan with open door (Print), May-44 Page 13. Capt. Pink, R.E. indoors (Print), Apr-44 Page 13. Capt. Kilday standing near a bush (Print), Mar-44 Page 13. Capt. Ziperman with hat in front of a Jeep (Print), Jun-44 Page 14. Maj. Thompson, Mary Vescova, ?, Lt. Col. Wheaton (Print), Jul-44 Page 14. Maj. Berner near Teshi outdoors (Print), Jul-44 Page 14. Maj. MacConaughy and Lt. Col. Brown latter w/o shirt, in front of a shuttered window (Print) Page 15. Maj. Berner (Missing), Jul-44 Page 15. Malaria Control and Survey units and silk-cotton tree Kapok, 8 standing, 9 squatting in front (Print, 2½ x 4½”), Apr-44 Page 16. Nurses at pyramids, Cairo (Print, 2¾ x 3”), Jan-44 Page 16. Lt. Mead, T/Sgt. Gogel, T/S Spacarelli in Malaria lab (Print, 2¾ x 4½”), Jun-44 Page 17. Capt. Hoffman’s room, Nigeria his wall display of pinup girls (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 17. Capt. MacPherson day after being hospitalized for malaria (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-43 Page 18. African chameleons Felix and Felix, Jr. (Print) Page 18. Felix catching a grasshopper by its wing (Print) Page 18. Felix eating the grasshopper (Print) Page 19. Rhinoceros at Johannesburg zoo side view (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 19. As above rhinoceros at Johannesburg zoo--front (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 20. Johannesburg zoo lion (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 20. Public Building, Johannesburg (Print), Oct-44 Page 21. Slag heap from gold mines at Johannesburg (Print), Sep-44 Page 21. As above slag heap from gold mines at Johannesburg (Print), Sep-44 Page 22. Slag heap from gold mines on the outskirts at Johannesburg (Print), Sep-44 Page 22. Railroad station at Bulawayo (“bathed here”) Southern Rhodesia/Zimbabwe (Print), Sep-44 Page 23. view from park of Railroad station (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 23. Sign board at Railroad station platform sign (Print, 3½ x 4½”) Page 24. Club Lido, Elizabethville, Belgian Congo photographed at 2200 hrs. Lumumbashi (Print), Sep-44 Page 24. Diving board with our pilot demonstrating at Club Lido (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 25. Railroad station at Elizabethville, Belgian Congo Lumumbashi (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 25. War memorial, Elizabethville, Belgian Congo Lumumbashi (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 26. Leopoldville, Belgian Congo traffic policeman, children on bicycle, Kinshasa (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 26. 3rd class railroad coach for Africans at Elizabethville, Belgian Congo Lumumbashi (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Sep-44 Page 27. Street scene in Elizabethville, Belgian Congo Lumumbashi (Print), Sep-44 Page 27. Hotel with draped Belgian flag Elizabethville, Belgian Congo (Print), Sep-44 Page 28. Town in Northern Rhodesia. sign says “Kafue” (Print), Sep-44 Page 28. Coach on Johannesburg train (Print), Sep-44 Page 29. Termite mound in Belgian Congo (Print), Sep-44 Page 29. Border town between Belgian Congo and N. Rhodesia "Sakania" sign in photo (Print), Sep-44 Page 30. Africans along railroad, N. Rhodesia four children and infant (Print), Sep-44 Page 30. View of typical country in Union of South Africa (Print), Sep-44 Page 31. View from train in S. Rhodesia (Print), Sep-44 Page 31. Town along railroad. Southern Rhodesia. (Missing), Sep-44 Page 31. Small town in Northern Rhodesia (Print), Sep-44 Page 32. Francistown, S. Rhodesia Francistown is in Botswana (Print), Sep-44 Page 32. Town along railroad. Southern Rhodesia. "Francistown" on sign (Print), Sep-44 Page 32. Small town in Northern Rhodesia telegraph pole in front of fences, hills in background (Print), Sep-44 Page 33. Dining car on Rhodesian Railroad (Print), Sep-44 Page 33. African village along railroad tracks, N. Rhodesia (Missing), Sep-44 Page 34. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya, located on Lake Victoria a sign is marked “Equator” (Print, 2 x 3") Page 34. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya, located on Lake Victoria stone clock tower (Print, 2 x 3") Page 34. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya, located on Lake Victoria fishing with traps in lake (Print, 2 x 3") Page 34. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya, located on Lake Victoria signpost with cities and distances (Print, 2 x 3") Page 34. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya, located on Lake Victoria street scene (Print, 2 x 3") Page 35. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya, located on Lake Victoria mosque? (Print, 2 x 3") Page 35. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya street with building facades (Print, 2 x 3") Page 35. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya; Railway engine added for steep grades. (Print, 2 x 3") Page 35. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya fishing boats at dock (Print, 2 x 3") Page 35. Scenes at Kisumu, Kenya an intersection or crossroads with mosque in background (Print, 2 x 3") Page 36. East African Native Series pen-and-ink drawings of bare-breasted women (Postcard) Page 36. East African Native Series pen-and-ink drawings of bare-breasted women (Postcard) Page 37. East African Native Series pen-and-ink drawings of bare-breasted women (Postcard) Page 37. East African Native Series pen-and-ink drawings of bare-breasted women (Postcard) Page 38. East African Native Series pen-and-ink drawings of bare-breasted women (Postcard) Page 38. East African Native Series pen-and-ink drawings of bare-breasted women (Postcard) Page 39. A Zulu Beau (Postcard) Page 39. A Chief’s Betrothed (Postcard) Page 40. Old woman with infant (Postcard) Page 40. A Musical Quartette (Postcard) Page 41. Native Primative Way of Making Fire (Postcard) Page 41. Basuto Women (Postcard) Page 42. The Induna-A Typical Zulu (Postcard) Page 42. A Zulu Belle (Postcard) Page 43. A Native Warrior (Postcard) Page 43. Zulus Smoking Insangu SiSwati word for marijuana (Postcard) Page 44. 52 Von Brandis Square, Johannesburg (Postcard) Page 44. 28 General view, Johannesburg (Postcard) Page 45. Johannesburg: Von Brandis Street (Postcard) Page 45. Johannesburg: New Post Office (Postcard) Page 46. 43 Simmonds Street, Johannesburg (Postcard) Page 46. Silhouette of man and plow pulled by 12 oxen (Postcard) Page 47. Cairo scenes city square (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 47. Cairo scenes city street (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 47. Cairo scenes bridge (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 47. Cairo scenes traffic circle with bus, horse and carriage (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 48. Cairo scenes pyramids, Sphinx (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 48. Cairo scenes pyramids, Sphinx (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 48. Cairo scenes pyramids, Sphinx (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 48. Cairo scenes pyramids, Sphinx (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 49. sunset (rise?) over pyramids (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 49. N. 132 Belgian Congo a thatched house (Postcard) Page 50. a family selling at market (Postcard) Page 50. N. 7 a man with mud hair treatment (Postcard) Page 51. n. 130 woman with hand hoe (Postcard) Page 51. n. 119 woman smoking pipe holding basket (Postcard) Page 52. n. 147 Masai men? (Postcard) Page 52. n. 52 woman and children (Postcard) Page 53. n. 129 woman with hoe (Postcard) Page 53. n. 139? Man with frizzy hair—Somali? (Postcard) Page 54. back scarification (Postcard) Page 54. girl with cheek scarification, hairdo (Postcard) Page 55. girl with mortar and pestle (Postcard) Page 55. women with children pounding grain (Postcard) Page 56. woman with fishing net (Postcard) Page 56. woman carrying large baskets with head strap (Postcard) Page 57. woman with back scarification (Postcard) Page 57. girl making cornrows in hair with porcupine quill (Postcard) Page 58. N. 39 Ruanda-Un Mutudzi (Postcard) Page 58. Zulu Woman Making Pots (Postcard) Page 59. Costermansville: Un Archer du Chef Nya N’Oezi Bukavu (Postcard) Page 59. Costermansville: Jeune Fils de Chef de la Region wearing a headdress or hat Bukavu (Postcard) Page 60. N. 9 Costermansville: Maraîchères Allumant une Pipe Bukavu (Postcard) Page 60. N. 37 woman with scarifications on chest (Postcard) Page 61. N. 6 Costermansville: Parure Complète de Jeune Fille Unya Bongo Bukavu (Postcard) Page 61. N. 10 Costermansville: Sujet du Chef Kalare. Bukavu (Postcard) Page 62. N. 2 Costermansville: Femmes Watembo Bukavu (Postcard) Page 62. N. 5 Costermansville: Coiffure de Gala d’une Jeune Unya Bongo. Bukavu (Postcard) Page 63. N. 8 Costermansville: Femme de Chef N’Geshe Bukavu (Postcard) Page 63. N. 3 Costermansville: Gardien de Troupeau—Unya Bongo. Bukavu (Postcard) Page 64. Old man with scarified forehead (Postcard) Page 64. Young woman with scarification (Postcard) Page 65. N. 63 man with shell necklace (Postcard) Page 65. N. 38 young woman with abdominal scarification (Postcard) Page 66. Natives of Jos, Nigeria woman with baskets, headdress (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 66. Natives of Jos, Nigeria man with penis sheath at a ceremony (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 67. Natives of Jos, Nigeria men with white powder and penis sheaths at a ceremony (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 67. Natives of Jos, Nigeria men with white powder and penis sheaths at a ceremony (Print, 2 x 3”) Page 68. Marrakech, Morroco town with mountains in background (Print, 5 x 7") Page 69. Marrakech, Morroco market scene in front of building, mosque in background (Print, 5 x 7") Page 70. Pascha's pool, Marrakech (Print, 5 x 7") Page 71. Arab women in Marrakech (Print, 5 x 7") Page 72. Berber fortress in Atlas mountains near Marrakech (Print, 5 x 7") Page 73. Major Berner and silk cotton tree at Aburi, Gold Coast (Print, 8 x 10"), Aug-44 Page 74. Beach scene, Accra dugout canoes, palm trees (Print, 8 x 10") Page 75. Beach scene, Accra dugout canoes, palm trees (Print, 8 x 10") Page 76. Beach scene, Accra reed shelter, palms, volley ball players (Print, 8 x 10") Page 77. Berber girl at Atar, Mauritania she wears only a waist string (Print, 5 x 7") Page 78. Perforated lips, pierced by large metal disks, Maiduguri, Nigeria (Print, 5 x 7"), Sep-44 Page 79. One of the entrances to Kano, Nigeria (Print, 5 x 7") Page 80. Market Accra, Gold Coast (Missing, 8 x 10"), Aug-44 Before Page 81. uncompleted adobe or mud brick homes without rooves (Print, 3½ x 4½”) Page 81. Maiduguri (Missing, 8 x 10") Page 82. Homowo festival, Accra man drumming (Print, 3½ x 4½”) Page 83. Malaria Control Staff. L to R Capt. Shearer, Major Kilday, Major Berner, Major Floyd, Lt. Lantzenheiser, Major Farrell, Capt. Howell, Lt. Mead (Print, 3 x 4") Page 83. As above all standing in this image, while first has first row sitting (Print, 3 x 4") Page 84. Staff, Interallied Malaria Control Group. L to R Major Pink, Major Berner, Major Macdonald, Lt. Norman (Print, 3 x 4") Page 84. Major Pink, Major Ferrell, Major Macdonald, Lt. Norman (Print, 3 x 4") Page 85. Major Werson taken at night with table lamp (Print, 3½ x 4½”) Page 85. Major Berner taken at night with table lamp (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 86. Major Pink, Gold Coast (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 86. Bedroom, Major Berner's available light (Print, 3½ x 4½”) Page 87. Repairing of flat tire. African is Binney. Village of Jonkobri with Jeep (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 87. African home at Tunga (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 88. Farmer, his wives and children at Tunga & dog in front of mud brick wall (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 88. Hut of Hausaman at Tunga (Missing, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 89. 4 african children at Jonkobri (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 89. Hausaman of Jonkobri (Print, 3½ x 4½”) Page 90. Preparing chop at Tunga (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 90. Curiousity at Tunga while Sgt. Sletten collects mosquitoes in front of corrugated house, kitchen pots (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 91. Hausaman's hut at Tunga. Mosquito collectors and village headman (Missing) Page 91. African child with umbilical hernia at Tunga, note toy bows and arrows (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 92. Residence at Tunga (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 92. T/Sgt Gogel showing Hausamen how to smile for their photograph. Tunga (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 93. Sheep at Tunga (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 93. Pet monkey of Jonkobri (Print, 3½ x 4½”), Nov-44 Page 94. Old farmer of Tunga (Print, 5¼ x 7½”), Nov-44
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Bibliographic ID: UF00003996
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
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    Berner Africa scrapbooks
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