J M Booth
- J M Booth
Photograph (black and white); portrait of a young woman with her hair tied back, and flowers in her hair, wearing an off the shoulder top, a plant fibre necklace, and a long necklace made with fruit from a pandanus tree; Tonga.
Gelatin silver print
- Photographed in: Tonga
- Height: 11.2 centimetres
- Width: 8.8 centimetres
Inscription Commentstamped in ink
Related information: This photograph was found in a photograph sleeve, which was placed in a larger box with cigarette tins and other photograph sleeves. The cigarette tins and other photograph sleeves contain photographs from Asia, Africa and Europe.
The photograph sleeve contains the following information:
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Type of subject Sunshine blue sky Slightly overcast Dull Very dull
Landscapes, buildings, distant figures or groups of people Close-ups of people or groups of people
f/16 f/11 f/8 f/5-6 f/11 f/8 f/5-6 f/4
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- Associated with: Tonga
This box is part of a collection from Oceania, the Americas, Europe and Asia by Booth, consisting of 6 albums, three in Oceania and three in Asia, and a number of loose prints, likewise, from both Oceania, the Americas, Europe and Asia
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
Photograph (black and white); portrait of a young woman with her hair tied back, and flowers in her hair, wearing an off the shoulder top, a plant fibre necklace, and a long necklace made with fruit from a pandanus tree; Polynesia. Gelatin silver print
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Object reference number: EPF106602
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