An elaborately Tattooed Japanese man. Tattooing of this complex and highly coloured type was at one time not uncommon in Japan. From the book: Living Races of Mankind. A popular… Read More
A Maori lady in full dress. Auckland New Zealand. With greenstone ornament and club. From the book: Living Races of Mankind. A popular illustrated account of the customs, habits, pursuits,… Read More
A Zapotec woman of South Mexico. The Zapotecs are peoples of Mexico, and inhabiting the Mexican state of Oaxaca in southern Mexico. In pre-Hispanic times the Zapotec were carrier of an advanced… Read More
A Sarcee Tsuu T’ina indian woman in traditional dress. The Tsuu T’ina inhabited in the 18th and 19th century, the eastern foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the Plains in northeastern… Read More
A Samoan chief in full ceremonial costume. Plaques of mother-of-pearls form the chief ornaments in the front of the head-dress, while the collar is of sperm-whale teeth. Apia, Samoa. From the… Read More
Samoyedic peoples from the island Novaya Zemlya
A Lendu woman from Uganda 1902.
Zulu warrior with weapons in 1902.
Baroda Nautch girls 1902. The girls turn round and round, with much waving of the arms, accompanied by the music of tom-toms and other instruments. Baroda (Vadodara) was a princely… Read More
A Norwegian girl in bridal dress. Living Races of Mankind by Henry Neville Hutchinson (1856-1927). Published by Hutchinson & Co. Paternoster Row, London.