Kenya, large group of adult males [and females?] standing in line for "parade before dance". Adults wearing personal-ornaments and head-dresses, holding boards [?], one male holding a staff. Rural setting. Medium: Gelatin silver print.
- 1923 (?)
- Made in: Attuaca (?)
- Length: 10.15 centimetres
- Width: 12.7 centimetres
Inscription Content"Attuaka [?]. Parade before dance, men's [?]" [manuscript on back].
Main themes of album: East Africa - portraits, views, ceremonies and dances; European camps and expeditions; daily-life including cattle-keeping, food-preparation, metalwork and other crafts; objects and paintings. Album contains 146 photographs. Geography: Uncertain whether Attuaca, in inscription, is ethnic group or place. Circumstances: [WAG-] PIC DOC 16; [BLA-] PIC DOC 17 Im Coll: Af,A44/38 Duplicate original photographic print.
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Object reference number: EPF5869
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