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Portrait of three adult males. Two wearing some sort of military uniform, carrying spears and knobkerries. One wearing American dress. Arm and hand of a white person to right of image. Albumen print.
- 1860-1870 (circa)
- Made in: South Africa
- (Africa,South Africa)
- Length: 6.2 centimetres
- Width: 4.6 centimetres
Inscription ContentAlbum title: "Ethnology. South Africa. Capt. J. E. Parish."
Cataloguer's comments: Album contains 55 photographs, the majority of which are carte-de-visite format. Main themes of album: Individual and group portraits taken in front of plain and studio backdrops, and outdoors. Album Af,A5 is also attributed to Captain J. E. Parish. Circumstances: [PAR-] PIC DOC 04. Biography: J. E. Parish was a Captain in the Royal Navy. The letters "RN" appear after his name on the cover of album Af,A5.
Photographs are pasted on acidic paper, some are faded.
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Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EPF740
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