Digitised Image

Boy's Meke, 1881

Reference Number: PAColl-5530-37

Formal group of boys dressed in traditional costume shouldering war clubs. Some are wearing turban like head gear, one has a necklace and another a boars tusk pendant. Behind them are Fijian Buildings

Key terms:
1 image, related to Gerrard Ansdell, Viti Levu, Korovatu, Buildings - Fiji, Dance - Fiji, Weapons - Fiji, Clothing and dress - Fiji, Boys, Fijian, Meke and Children, Fijian.

Part of:
Highlands of Fiji :Copy Negatives from photographs by Gerrard Ansdell, Reference Number PAColl-5530 (42 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w copy negative(s)Single photograph

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