People at Atemble Mission
|Collections||Bruce Stinear photographs|
|Title:||People at Atemble Mission|
|Author(s):||Photographer: Bruce H. Stinear|
|Description:||Title imposed. Caption on the rear of the photograph: "Pygmies at Atemble Mission. This tribe is notable on account of the light brown skins of the pygmis [sic]. On verandah, Wright at left, and Young. 5 Aug 1937". Captions reflect the attitudes of the author at the time they were written, and do not reflect the values of the archives. Stinear occasionally notes weather conditions and brightness when taking photographs. These photographs were taken during Stinear's time in Papua New Guinea from 1936-1937, in the Sepik, Ramu, and Gulf regions.|
|Other Identifiers:||ANUA 727-145|
|Stinear_145.jpg||2.02 MB||JPEG Image|
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