Muimanenwa, formerly head messenger at Mongu, making a fence while his wives stamp and shift grain at Namalya, 1945
Scope and Contents
A collection of numbered prints, unless otherwise stated measuring circa 210 x 160 mm, in a 19 page typescript volume entitled 'Barotseland', written and illustrated by Max Gluckman. His typescript is undated but the illustrations closely resemble, and in some cases are identical with, those used in Gluckman (1945) of which a photocopy is filed with this collection. It is not known how these photographs were used - perhaps projected by epidiascope. Numbers 1-54 are captioned on the back, but the captions below are derived from this source and from Gluckman (1945).
The subjects fall into broad categories:
5-16 Villages and dwellings
75-93 The people, including administration and ceremonies
- Other: 1945
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1 photographic print(s)
- From the Series: Gluckman, Herman Max, 1911 - 1975 (Professor of Social Anthropology) (Person)
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