Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
165 x 120 mm. Showing natives standing in clearing among tall trees.
165 x 120 mm. Showing an European in a small clearing in the jungle.
165 x 120 mm. A dance with men in elaborate headdresses, holding hourglass shaped drums, with some wearing shell nosepieces. A European standing at right of picture.
Three loose prints, all signed, dated and captioned on the reverse. 'Baiaua' is possibly Bariana, south of Collingwood Bay. Sir Henry Wickham was an explorer and pioneer planter all over the Equatorial Belt, and planted rubber over Central and South America, India and New Guinea. He listed his recreation in 'Who's Who' as 'Pioneer Rubber Planting.'