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View of three adult females standing outside a thatched circular shelter, two wearing American dress and head-gear, one wearing a blanket. One female wearing American dress carrying an open umbrella. Medium: Gelatin silver print.
- Length: 6 centimetres
- Width: 5.3 centimetres
Inscription ContentAlbum title: "NATIVE LIFE IN WESTERN PONDOLAND. By Mrs. FRED CLARKE. Copyright Photographs and Commentary by Mrs. Fred. Clarke." Page title: ""Netelwa's" Reception" Original description: "Between the stages of dressing, the bride is clad only in a blanket." [note in ink on album card].
Cataloguer's comments: Album containing 393 photographs. Album contains several sheets of paper with typed notes as well as detailed inscriptions. Main themes of album: Various aspects of Pondo social life and culture. Circumstances: [CLA-] PIC DOC 02.
Copyright: Possibly Mrs Fred Clarke, or British Museum.
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EPF593
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