People and groups in and around Kanye

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Prints have letters "a", "b", or "c" and numbers on their backs. Groups include: wedding groups for Andrew Kgasa's daughter and a long-standing Setswana marriage (1942); Pathfinder Boy Scout Council of the Union of South Africa, 1942; scouts and guides at Hukuntsi and on parade from 2 desert churches; "old Moncho and his sons"; African women teachers; scholars at Hukuntsi; the Chief and leaders of the Bakola; pathfinders and wayfarers of ?Logwabe. Other people include: Randisa; "African madonna and child"; Senator ?I D Rheinallt Jones; Kgopo Kgopo; Jacob ?Kgasa; [Frederick] Shaw; [Alexander] Sandilands; Makalahadi women in their skin clothes; a 'hottentot' and mochwana boy; 2 wives of man in Kokong village; the teacher's boy at Logwabe. Events pictured include: school speech days, 1937 and 1938; Andrew's feast. Activities pictured include: cutting leather for shoes; examining would-be Church members; out-door Sunday schiool class; women "gossiping"; waiting for medicines at the dispensary; family together at dawn; Bakola women preparing food; winnowing corn; children playing; horses at a drinking hole. Other buildings or places include: Lehututu village, Kgalagali desert; Kgoro; ?Grasfontein. Photographs received from individuals including: Shaw; Keabonye Emily Mogwe; Mrs [Jean] Shaw [nee Jean Gourley]; [Frances] Bowers.

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Makalahadi women published in The Chronicle, April 1939

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