One short newspaper advert about the days and times when the Horniman Museum was open free to the general public: every Wednesday and Saturday, from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. The Museum is presented as housing a vast Nature and Art works collection, easily reachable from Forest Hill and Lordship Lane stations.
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Black and white negative of multiple tree trunks and canoes pulled up on shoreline
Hawkin's Wai Wai chehema with paddle
Close up of village woman with headdress. Nankai village. April 10th.
Slide of a woman weaving
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