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||A Basuto chief greeting His Majesty the King on the occasion of the Royal visit to Basutoland, 1947.
||Pondos from the Flagstaff area, wearing white blankets
||Pondos on their way to exchange grain for goods at the store, Libode, 1942
||Dancing at the final initiation ceremony, Pondoland
||Pondo woman husking mealies (corn) outside hut near Umtata, 1942
||Wooden sledge carrying children to school, Pondoland, 1942
||Pondo woman at Libode store on her way to Grahamstown
||Pondo girls, 1942
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Photographs of indigenous South African tribes
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142 x 203 mm. Full length portrait of two girls. The caption continues: 'These are young girls, who always wear short skirts. The stripes at bottom are sewn on by themselves. 1942.'
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