Hairdress of a Woman of N’Djamena, Chad.

Africa, Hairdress, Traditional, Chad, African, hairstyles,
Woman of Fort Lammy, Chad Africa French Equatorial

Woman of N’Djamena, formally Fort Lammy, Chad.

Source: The dark continent; Africa, the landscape and the people by Hugo Adolf Bernatzik.

Note:  Chief in ceremonial dress, Gold Coast, Ghana.

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