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Untitled [village girl]
A village girl [Ha-huneha] on her way to market - Mt. Hagen, N.G.
Untitled [Ha-huneha] [2nd version]
Ha-huneha (a Highland village girl, Mt Hagen, Western Highlands, N.G.)
Nursing aids - Mount Hagen Hospital
Nursing aids - Government Hospital, Mt Hagen, N.G.
Martha from Banz, at Mt Hagen Hospital - ward's maid
A ward's maid [Martha] - Government Hospital, Mt Hagen
Martha - Hospital Mt Hagen [2nd version]
Clara from Banz - Hospital Mt Hagen
Children Mt Hagen School
School children, Government 'T' School, Mt Hagen, N.G.
2 school girls ex Mt Hagen
Two school girls - Government High School, Mt Hagen
Erika, from Lutheran Mission family - Mt Hagen High School
Leonie from Wabag - Mt Hagen High School - Catholic Mission family
Mel Puri (from 3rd generation Lutheran Mission family) High School, Mt Hagen
A scholarship girl [Mel Puri] from Vanimo, at school in Mt Hagen Gov High School
Margaret - New Guinea mother, Australian father [probably daughter of Piam and Dan Leahy and niece of Mick Leahy, the first European into the Highlands - sister of Kathy
Untitled [a good gardener]
A good gardener near the Purburamba River, Highlands, N.G.
Women working on steep hill-side gardens, Central New Guinea
Women working on steep hill-side gardens - Central New Guinea - in places the ground is so steep that the women tie themselves to stakes
Untitled [on the way to a Sing-sing]
On the way to a "Sing-sing" - Highlands, N.G.
Untitled [New Guinea shape]
New Guinea shape
Sunday Morning - Mount Hagen, N.G. [see also P117 and # 747]
Going to Mass - Sunday Morning near Mount Hagen, N.G. [see also P117 and # 747]
Sing song [Sing-sing] for the new Garden - Central N.G.
A 'Sing sing' for a new Garden - (after clearing by the men, before tilling by the women - Highlands, N.G.)
Untitled [The women of New Guinea]
The women of New Guinea
Evening - Highlands, New Guinea
Gardens near Mt Hagen
General Hospital, N.G. Highlands
Untitled [General Hospital]
Untitled [Highland women & children] 1
Untitled [young man with axe]
Untitled [Highland women & children]
Untitled [flag flying above school playground - Highlands]
Untitled [women carrying water and sweet potatoes]
Untitled [Going to Mass, Sunday morning near Mt Hagen] [see also p22 & #640/641]
Untitled [gathering for 'Sing-sing']
Untitled [Mountain scene]
Mountain scene - Highlands, N.G.
Roadway - Highlands, N.G.
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