|Top of Green Hill, Colenso area||
Sepia print 5 x 17.5cm faded
|Harts's Hill. Shows Hart's Hill fort Molyneux, Colenso area||
Sepia print 4.8 x 17.2cm faded
|"Mcwasho" Dress - Swazi||
When the daughter of the Paramount Chief of Swaziland reaches puberty, an "Mcwasho" is called. Girls of her age group are summoned from the whole Swaziland to gather at a Royal Kraal.
|Dress of Makhishi School||
Bird of Makhishi School
The dress of this bird of Makhishi school, representing another version of traditional Guinea Fowl shows skillful use of bark cloth and fibre string.
Basotho huts - Senekal Area - Orange Free State
|Amandebele of the Transvaal||
Amandebele from Transvaal
The Ndebele also known as "Mapochs" are descendants of stragglers from the followers of the Zulu chief, Mzilikazi who quarreled with Shaka and trekked to northward to Rhodesia.
Ovambo Tribe - South West Africa
Ovambo settlements are built on slightly higher ground, their conical roofed huts set in groups within palisades
|Ndebele Gala Dress||
Ndebele Gala Dress.
The married Ndebele woman may be recognised by a cut of her apron which is of soft goat skin, its lower edge finished off at each end with a square of skin and a fringe between.
|Male Initiation Dress - Ndebele||
Male Initiation Dress - Ndebele
|Another crown from grey Duiker skin||
To the right of F 5/3a. another crown from Grey Duiker skin. two more shields and, to the right, Laduma's helmet from a tortoise shell.
|Laduma's grandson Phila Madela.||
Laduma's grandson Phila Madela.
|Laduma's private hut||
Laduma's private hut. on the higher terrace in the background his guest roundavel.
|Laduma presents a chicken to his favourite Ziphelaphi||
Laduma presents a chicken to his favourite Ziphelaphi who accepts it with both hands. it is Zulu customs to receive any gift with both hands.
|Drying skins on the roof of Laduma's private hut||
Drying on the roof of Laduma's private hut: the skins of an otter, a marsh mongoose ans a white-tailed mongoose as well as a wreath from impepho
|Girl with ornamental incisions on her belly, Maputa, 12 June 1959||
Girl with ornamental incisions on her belly, Maputa, 12 June 1959
|Potrait of friendly Thonga girl, Maputa, 12 June 1959||
Potrait of friendly Thonga girl, Maputa, 12 June 1959
|Craft market, Maputa, 12 June 1959||
For sale: basketwork, wooden walking sticks, to the left a stick in the shape of a snake. Two different kinds of racks for sleeping/sitting mats. One type consisting as usual of two parts not connected with each other.
As F.4/11 for comparison of the hight of the figures and a squatting boy besides them.
|Clay figures of the school children, Maputa, 12 June 1959||
Clay figures of the school children, Maputa, 12 June 1959
|Women carrying a basket of the type "isiqabetho", Maputa, 12 June 1959||
Women carrying a basket of the type "isiqabetho", Maputa, 12 June 1959