carte-de-visite / photographic print / album
Photograph (black and white) from an album; carte de visite; portrait of a Zulu woman posing in in front of a neutral backdrop, kneeling on top of woven mats on the floor; she wears picks in her hair, a headband, necklaces, armbands, a belt and a loin covering; Southern Africa.
- 1870s (circa)
- Photographed in: Africa (South?)
- Height: 9.2 centimetres
- Width: 5.5 centimetres
Inscription Positionback of image
Inscription ContentZulu girl
Inscription CommentBlack ink, handwritten
From an album of 176 photographs in carte-de-visite format, by various photographers, including Lindt, Damman, Pulman and others, depicting depicting peoples of the Pacific, as well as Africa, Asia and South America..
Tears on upper and lower edges.
- Associated with: Africa (South)
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
- MM 023956 (Museum of Mankind Number)
Photograph (black and white); carte de visite; portrait of a Zulu woman posing in in front of a neutral backdrop, kneeling on top of woven mats on the floor; she wears picks in her hair, a headband, necklaces, armbands, a belt and a loin covering; Southern Africa. Albumen print
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Object reference number: EPF103102
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