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Drawing; a group of people indoors, wearing western-style clothing, and several drawings of a person making hand movements associated with a dance. 1954.
- Made in: 'Utulei
- Height: 53 centimetres
- Width: 71 centimetres
Inscription Positionlabel with drawing
'UTULEI, VAVA'U. "Faka me"
Ms:- Pages 114 -115 "A sturdy little girl...suffering from violent stage fright."
Inscription Positionin drawing
Inscription ContentN Sandwith
Inscription Commentblack ink, handwritten
- Associated with: 'Utulei
Miss Noelle Sandwith donated a collection of 65 drawings, eleven framed paintings, a collection of prints and negatives, and a manuscript entitled "Wide-eyed in Tonga".
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
- 59 (Sandwith reference number)
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Object reference number: EOC110342
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