Seattle [?]: American Anthropological Association, 1968. Pamphlet. 9p., a single staplebound fascicle of standard size, 11x8.5 inch inches, text reproduced from a keyboard-set ms on alkaline paperstock. Good copy, a little edgeworn but clean, unmarked and sound. A "filmer" himself, most often in remote Pacific Island fastnesses, Gajdusek knows pitfalls he's encountered with shooting then preserving footage. Classic early footage of New Guinea circa 1920s (Matthew Stirling) was "deposited with the Smithsonian" which lost it, with only outtakes preserved, which required lengthy sessions sequencing and making sense of. Uncredited, but most likely printed by the Study of Child Growth and Development and Disease Patterns in Primitive Cultures.