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||Young Zulu married woman
||Young Zulu girls with stringed instruments, the Uguby
||Zulu married woman
||Young Zulu unmarried girls
||Zulu woman and child
||A Zulu woman proudly wearing a maternity apron
||Zulua woman working at her corn grinder.
||Zulu man wearing the 'Kehla'
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Photographs of indigenous South African tribes
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
202 x 151 mm. Showing a Zulu girl having her hair dressed by a group of women. The caption continues: 'The women help each other in the elaborate styles. These are all married women, and they twist their short curly hair into strands of wool and cotton mixed with fat and dark red ochre, the whole being fixed firmly. These styles last about seven years! One woman has a small dancing shield. They are obviously preparing for a dance or feast.
|Kwazulu-Natal, Province of|
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