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The Masai people live to a great extent on the blood they draw from their cattle.  Sometimes it is drunk with milk sometimes alone.  Picture shows - The wound is sealed with dry dung and then the animal moves away with apparent no ill-effects.

 Item — Photograph: 2
Identifier: Photograph 2

Scope and Contents

[Title supplied by captions document.] ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4870/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; 2 ; TA-2--Verso


  • ca. 1935-1977


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From the Collection: 121.00 Boxes

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


20 x 25 cm.

Library Details

Part of the Melville J. Herskovits Library of African Studies Repository

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