Found in 215 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of sepia photographs of Samoan people.
150 x 210 mm. Portrait of a young woman. Number etched into foot of photograph: '1864'.
82 x 55 mm. An amateur snapshot showing a cultivated and fenced off patch of land.
Samoan crafts; on display are fans, hatchets, a model canoe, baskets, combs, clubs, a bamboo pillow and a fly-whisk. Print number 10.
84 x 56 mm. An amateur snapshot showing Samoans in ceremonial robes.
87 x 56 mm. An amateur snapshot showing a row of men in ceremonial clothes about to perform a dance.
A studio portrait of a seated Samoan chief (unidentified), holding a ceremonial fly-whisk.
A half-length studio portrait of an unidentified chief wearing an elaborate headdress and a necklace of boars’ tusks. Print number 2.
A studio portrait of an unidentified chief and his daughter. Print number 4.
125 x 194 mm. A studio portrait, with a painted jungle background, showing a seated, unidentified chief, with his son standing beside him holding a rifle.
57 x 99 mm. A studio portrait of a seated Samoan girl, with flowers in her hair.
A full length studio portrait of a seated Samoan child. Print number 1.
157 x 110 mm. A view showing the interior of a Samoan house, with a man, woman and two children sitting on the floor.
58 x 100 mm. A studio portrait of a Samoan girl holding a fan.
58 x 99 mm. A studio portrait of a Samoan girl wearing a belt of leaves.
58 x 96 mm. A studio portrait of a Samoan girl with plaited hair.
Coloured lantern slide studio portrait of a seated Samoan girl. Print number 6.
145 x 95 mm. A view showing a small wooden house with a corrugated iron roof.
139 x 101 mm. A view showing a characteristic Samoan house, with thatched roof, and walls partially hung with woven palm mats. A wooden canoe stands in front of the house.
57 x 99 mm. A studio portrait of a Samoan male, wearing a boar’s teeth necklace and an ornate headdress.
82 x 57 mm. An amateur snapshot showing a Samoan man in a loin cloth standing in a garden.
58 x 99 mm. A photograph showing carved Samoan hair ornaments, arranged in a pattern.
A view showing three rows of Samoan men posed in a dance position In ‘Pearls of the Pacific’, where this photograph appears as an illustration, entitled ‘War drill’. Print number 17.
195 x 130 mm. A view showing two rows of men armed with rifles, in front of whom stand two Europeans in command (one of whom wears an English sailor’s shirt). This contingent is probably part of the force of followers of Malietoa Tanu who were brought to Apia from Savai’I and Tutuila to be trained in the war against Mata’afa.
196 x 142 mm. A group portrait of five Samoan girls, standing in front of a hut, and wearing patterned skirts.