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||[Macongwa woman at the market]
||[People of the Macongwa tribe]
||Bambwa [i.e. Bwamba] man
||On the way to [illegible word] through the rain forest
||[two illegible words] in the Bwamba country
||The ferry crossing to take me into the Congo at Bweramule in the Semliki Valley
||The House of Paul at Fort Portal, Uganda, where I spent three weeks
||The snows on Ruwenzori seen from the garden of Bugirasagama[?]
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W. Powell collection on Africa 1930s
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A close-up of the body of an Acholi woman. The caption on the album page reads: 'The Acholi girls wear just one single length of chain about 3 inches long in front. Taken at or near Lamarita, Sudan. (Acholi Mts)'.
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