Groups include: pupils being taught in school room; Mailu men in ceremonial dress; group of men inside traditional village house [dubu] with tall painted shield; Papuan congregation in Chalmers memorial church; men throwing spears on beach, children. People include: Papuan in feather headdress on cover of News From Afar; Pastor Payutoa and his wife; Miria, a Papuan sorcerer. Activities include: fishing, sailing canoe; giving out presents from England; carrying female missionaries across water; pot making; girls playing snake game on beach, carrying pigs for a feast. Places or buildings include: village scenes in Mailu, mission house and area, Fyfe bay; Also includes: interior of house; village scenes; river scenes; motor launch Ainauia Pictures taken by/received from: Charles Fry Rich [based at Isuleilei 1900 - 1939] reproduced in The Chronicle 1921 pp84-5; William James Viritahitemauvai Saville [based on Mailu 1900 - 1935]; reproduced in The Chronicle January 1922 p9; Harry Moore Dauncey reproduced in Papua in Pictures 1913.
Set of paste-up boards of photographs and illustrations reproduced in publications including The Chronicle.
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- ReferenceGB 102 CWM/LMS/19/10/01/09
- Dates of Creationc.1910 - c.1930
- Physical Description44 photographs and 6 illustrations, marked up for publication and mounted on 27 boards.
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