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Cullum Geographical Medal

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Cullum Geographical Medal

The Cullum Geographical Medal is one of the oldest awards of the American Geographical Society. It was established in the will of Major General George Washington Cullum (1809–92), the vice president of the Society, and is awarded "to those who distinguish themselves by geographical discoveries or in the advancement of geographical science". It was first awarded in 1896 to Robert E. Peary. The gold medal was designed by Lydia Field Emmet.

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  • (Photo) presentation of the Cullum medal to the head Lama of Thyangboche Monastery, Nepal, June 15, 1954 (from the collection of the American Geographical Society)
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