2. Stripping the bark from the 'bark-cloth' tree. Uganda, 1924
Scope and Contents
The caption on the reverse reads: '2. The bark is stripped from the tree and hammered out with wooden mallets. Before the introduction of cotton cloths, bark-cloth was generally worn, but is now used on ceremonial occasions, and for clothing amongst the poorer classes'. The copyright statement reads: 'Copyright Uganda Government. Series I. Printed in England. Raphael Tuck and Sons, Ltd. London'.
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Existence and Location of Copies
A non-tinted duplicate can be found at PC Uganda/2.
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