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A Ni-Vanuatu man and his wife in front of their house, Malekula

Postcard 'dot matrix' print of a Ni-Vanuatu man and woman, seated outside their small hut made of thatch and woven palm fronds. Caption: indigenous" native, wife, and house, Malekula. The woman is making a yam pudding." Duplicates: A-L-2.55-142; A-S30-162.14-16. Publication: 'Break of Day', 1/9/1921, p. 10. Previous location: Ex Dalmuir, envelope "New Hebrides"
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