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Blankets

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

[An African women standing, wrapped in a blanket with, with a long smoking pipe.]

 Item — Photograph 1: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 1
Scope and Contents Title supplied by cataloger, no information provided on image to transcribe. ; Transkei ; Xhosa ; 1 ; SA-71--Verso

Ndebele Natives (Mapoch's People) outside Pretoria

 Item — Photograph 3: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 3
Scope and Contents Photo No. DR. 223 Issued by the State of Information Office, Pretoria. ; A native women and child.  The married women wear copper rings around their necks, arms and legs, while the unmarried indicate their status by only wearing beads as decorations around their legs, arms and necks.  Nor will a married women ever walk without a blanket. ; Foto No. DR. 223 Uitgereik Deur Die Staatsinligtingskantoor, Pretoria. ; Ndebele-Naturelle (Mapoch se Mense) buite Pretoria. ; 'N naturelle vrou en kind. ...

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 vein is pierced.

 Item — Photograph 1: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 1
Scope and Contents [Title supplied by captions document]. ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4867/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; TA-1--Verso

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 - As the strap is tightened the vein swells making an easy mark for the blocked arrow.

 Item — Photograph 7: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 7
Scope and Contents [Title supplied by captions document] ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4865/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; 7 ; TA-7--Verso

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 arrow is blocked so that only an incision of about a quarter of an inch can be made.

 Item — Photograph 5: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 5
Scope and Contents [Title provided by captions document]. ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4866/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; 5 ; TA-5--Verso

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: Series Series 3
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

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 Preparing to seal the jugular vein of a Zebu cattle.

 Item — Photograph 6: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 6
Scope and Contents [Title supplied by captions document] ; PUBLIC RELATIONS DEPARTMENT ; TANGANYIKA OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPH ; No. T.P. 4864/211-C ; Not to be published without written permission ; 6 ; TA-6--Verso

Transkei Xhosa

 Item — Photograph 16: Series Series 3
Identifier: Photograph 16