Digitised Image

Arapesh man demonstrating an arrow release and a bowman's stance, Alitoa village, East Sepik Provence, Papua New Guinea, 1932

Reference Number: PA11-210-38

Arapesh man named Wabe, demonstrating an arrow release and a bowman's stance, Alitoa village, East Sepik Provence, Papua New Guinea. Photograph taken by Reo Fortune 1932.

Key terms:
1 image, related to Alitoa village.

Part of:
Scenes and portraits taken in Papua New Guinea, comprising photographs taken of Dobu Island, Tewera Island, Manus Island, and the Arapesh people, Reference Number PA11-210 (8 digitised items)
Anthropological lantern slides and portraits taken by Reo Fortune, Reference Number PAColl-5372 (8 digitised items)
Fortune, Reo Franklin, 1903-1979 :Photographs relating to Reo and Eileen Fortune, Reference Number PA-Group-00254 (15 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w lantern slide(s)Glass lantern slide transparency 8.3 x 8.3 cm. Horizontal imageSingle transparency

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