[View at Takalafiya, c.1939], 1939
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Showing Africans posed in the open grass square at the centre of Takalafiya. The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'The town of Takalafiya was planned and built round a large grass square in the centre of which is a cement-lined well - one of the five new wells in the town. These new wells are a vast improvement on the old with adequate supplies which caused guinea worm infection. The photograph was taken from the top of a mosque'.
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