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||House of Katikiro of Buganda
||Wheelwright's shop P.W.D. Entebbe
||Govt. [i.e. Government] House, Entebbe in course of construction
||Mengo High School, C.M.S., for boys in 1906
||Mengo High School, C.M.S. for boys. Football team
||Kings School, Budo
||Ntenga, 15 drums played together. Those on ground in two sextaves carefully tuned before being played.
||Kabaka's pipe band, Mengo
||'Banagunju' dancers of mushroom clan. Drums at least 200 years old
||Ancient dress of Baganda of upper classes as Speke found them in 1861
||Muganda Chief. War dress
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Fisher photograph collection
||Beating out barkcloth
||Hattersley, Charles William, 1866-1934, missionary
|Extent and Medium
||Good condition, apart from slight yellowing.
|Content and context|
93 x 68 mm. Showing a Ugandan woman seated in a hut beating out barkcloth against a stone with a wooden mallet. After a section of bark had been peeled from the tree, the outer layer was discarded and the rest alternately beaten and dried until a tough fibrous material was produced.
A reproduction of this photograph can be found in Hattersley, C.W. (1906), 'Uganda by pen and camera', London: The Religious Tract Society, p.113.
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|Hattersley, Charles William (1866-1934) missionary|
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