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South America (continent)

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Ginger Lilies (Hedychium coronarium) 1891

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y3079A
Scope and Contents

178 x 117 mm. Showing a kneeling Indian boy holding a large bunch of lilies and was used as a Christmas card by Sir Everard Im Thurn. The mimeographed message on the reverse reads 'Ginger lilies' (Hedychium coronarium). Xmas 1891. With best wishes from Everard F. Im Thurn.' Im Thurn's fine collection of ethnographical photography is in the possession of the Royal Anthropological Institute (of which society he was President 1919-20).

Dates: 1891
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