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Asia

 Subject
Subject Source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
Scope Note: Coordinates: Lat: 43 48 00 N degrees minutes Lat: 43.8000 decimal degrees Long: 087 38 00 E degrees minutes Long: 87.6330 decimal degrees

Note: Largest continent; was home to early hominids; developed domestication of animals & crops by 9000 BCE; developed complex early cultures in Mesopotamia, India, and China.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Currency converter cards, undated

 Item
Identifier: 2020.5.46
Overview Currency converter cards, one for each of the following: Taiwan, Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Viet Nam, French Oceania, and Fiji. The versos for Japan, Hong Kong, and Thailand include "Phrases for your driver." Viet Nam verso in black ink in O'Keeffe's hand: "134" and illegible mark in blue ink.

To the Orient and the South Seas, brochure, 1960-01

 Item
Identifier: 2020.5.48
Overview "To the Orient and the South Seas with Donald L. Ferguson" travel brochure. Includes itinerary and fare information. Handwritten notes in pencil and blue ink in interior by O'Keeffe.

To the Orient and the South Seas, travel notebook, undated

 Item
Identifier: 2020.5.20
Overview Leather notebook with metal binder compiled by Donald L. Ferguson. Notebook has initials "GO'K" on front cover and "Belford, New York" on back inside cover. Printed pages of text and images with historical and cultural information on locations visited during tour of Asia. Travel arrangements by Donald L. Ferguson.