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Group 49

 Container

Contains 217 Collections and/or Records:

Portraits of Karamojong, Acoli, Didinga, Teso, and Turkana people, 1920s and 1930s

 File — Group: 49, Album: 1
Identifier: 49-1
Overview Posed portrait photographs highlighting the clothing and hairstyles of Karamojong, Didinga, Acoli, Teso, and Turkana people, from northern Uganda, southern Sudan, and northwest Kenya.

Portraits of Karamojong, Acoli, Didinga, and Turkana people, 1920s and 1930s

 File — Group: 49, Album: 2
Identifier: 49-2
Overview Posed portrait photographs highlighting the clothing and hairstyles of Karamojong, Didinga, Acoli, and Turkana people, from northern Uganda, southern Sudan, and northwest Kenya.

Portraits of African people, landscapes, and buildings, 1920s and 1930s

 Record Group — Group: 49, Album: 3
Identifier: 49-3
Overview Posed portrait photographs of African people, probably Karamojong and some Didinga, landscapes, and buildings.

G.R. King,, 1931-1932

 Record Group — Group: 49, Album: 4
Identifier: 49-4
Overview Posed photographs of Capt. G.R. King and his cohorts, an overland trip during the rainy season, and unposed photographs of African civilians and soldiers.

Gathering of Africans, seated and standing in a village

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 1
Identifier: 49-3-1-1
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

Four seated African men, wearing flat caps (possibly Didinga)

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 1
Identifier: 49-3-1-2
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

Five African men (possibly Didinga) wearing flat caps, with spears and water gourds

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 1
Identifier: 49-3-1-3
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

African woman dressing another's hair

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 7
Identifier: 49-3-7-1
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

Seated African man holding a staff

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 7
Identifier: 49-3-7-2
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

African man wearing an animal skin and a woven cap or chignon from which a hoop extends (possibly Karamojong) (front view)

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 10
Identifier: 49-3-10-1
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

African man wearing a woven cap or chignon from which a hoop extends (possibly Karamojong) (back view)

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 10
Identifier: 49-3-10-2
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

African man wearing a woven cap or chignon from which a hoop extends and feathers (possibly Karamojong)

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 11
Identifier: 49-3-11-1
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

African man wearing an animal skin and a woven cap or chignon from which a hoop extends (possibly Karamojong)

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 11
Identifier: 49-3-11-2
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

African man with lip ornament holding a spear (possibly Karamojong)

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 12
Identifier: 49-3-12-1
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

Two African men dressed in military uniforms, setting up a light on a tripod

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 12
Identifier: 49-3-12-2
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

Three African men wearing a variety of animal skins and headdresses (front view)

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 13
Identifier: 49-3-13-1
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

Three African men wearing a variety of animal skins and headdresses (side view)

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 13
Identifier: 49-3-13-2
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

Three African men wearing a variety of animal skins and headdresses (back view)

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 13
Identifier: 49-3-13-3
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

African man pouring water into a trough for cattle and a donkey

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 23
Identifier: 49-3-23-1
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...

African man pouring water into a trough for sheep

 Item — Group: 49, Album: 3, Page: 23
Identifier: 49-3-23-2
Scope and Contents Most photographs are mounted one to a page, but some pages have as many as 3 photographs. All are uncaptioned. The photographs include a variety of African people, mostly wearing the headdresses or caps worn by people identified as Karamojong or Didinga in Volume II, landscapes, and buildings. The photographs of buildings show the exterior and interior views of European-style houses, built with brick walls and thatched roofs. Several photographs show what appear to be military quarters, with...