Sets of postcards produced by Couadou, Toulon-sur-Mer [France]

Scope and Content

Postcards (captioned in French) include: "Fahavalo" (rebel); Bara, Tanala, and Sakalava Chiefs and men; Anterengato, Hovalahy-ny-Iantara, Zaramanampy, Andrabe, Betsileo, Tanala, and Sakalava women; Fort Dauphin [Faradofay]; Antaimoro group; commercial street and customs, Tamatave [Toamasina]; Mananjary; Tanala village; rafia palms; Fianarantsoa (including the military hospital and Lake Anosy); travel by filanza; woman washing clothes; Tanala crossing rapids; Iantara falls and rapids; Amtambohobe; rice granary; forest and Betsileo tombs; Ankarimbelo; Bara sacrifice; Tananarive [Antananarivo] markets; Bourjanes in a convoy; Ramatoa planting rice and making a lamba; Ampassimazava; Vangaindrano; Imahanga, one of the Hovalahy-ny-Iantara Chiefs; Matitana falls; Ranomafana rapids; Malagasy "tirailleurs" [African soldiers, World War One]; humped cattle herd; Vondrozo; Imandabe; Vangaindrano; prospecter; Sakalavas making jewellery; Farafangana; Omory; convoy halting by a stream; woman from St Marie island; Majunga [Mahajanga]. Cards sent by/to individuals including: [Charles] Moss; [?Myfanwy] Rowlands [later Myfanwy Bryant]; [Edith] Baron [nee Edith Condie].

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Several duplicates with CWM duplicates

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