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||Swazi man with bleached hair, fixed into place with mud
||Shangaan hut enclosed by mud wall
||Wooden stockade outside Shangaan hut, 1950
||Part of Shangaan Kraal, Northern Transvaal
||Shangaan girl wearing striped beaded cotton skirt and bead necklaces, Valley south of Hangklip Mountains, 1950
||Bushmen of the Kalahari
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Photographs of indigenous South African tribes
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100 x 152 mm. Full length portrait (top of head cropped off) of a young Shangaan girl 'wearing typically kilted striped cotton skirt, with the edge beaded; girdles, necklaces, and arm bands of beads, and strips of beads attached to dress. She wears a headdress of swathed coloured cotton. 1950. Valley south of Hangklip Mountains.'
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