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  1. Bride price ritual: payment banner is assembled before the groom's group takes it into the bride's village

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Bride price--Papua New Guinea; Women--Papua New Guinea; Marriage customs and rites--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  2. Mortuary ritual: women, their faces and bodies smeared with clay as sign or mourning, carry corpse wrapped for burial

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: 1962
    • Topic: Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Cemeteries--Papua New Guinea; Women--Papua New Guinea; Mourning customs--Papua New Guinea; Funeral rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province
    • Format: image
  3. Returned laborers, purification ritual: women and children gather

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: July 1962
    • Topic: Mothers and children--Papua New Guinea; String bags--Papua New Guinea; Children--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Women--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  4. Bride price ritual: procession, including bride with headdress, on trail

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Teenagers--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Jewelry--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Trails--Papua New Guinea; Headdresses--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Bride price--Papua New Guinea; Marriage customs and rites--Papua New Guinea; Women--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  5. Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: running girls race, watched by crowd

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: February 4, 1962
    • Topic: Festivals--Papua New Guinea; Sports--Papua New Guinea; Women--Papua New Guinea; Narak (Papua New Guinean people)
    • Format: image
  6. Government-sponsored festival in Tabibuga: running girls race, watched by crowd

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: February 4, 1962
    • Topic: Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Women--Papua New Guinea; Sports--Papua New Guinea; Festivals--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  7. Pig festival, pig sacrifice, Kompiai: women and children await arrival of war allies on dance ground

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Children--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Maring (Papua New Guinean people); Women--Papua New Guinea; String bags--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  8. Gardening: women clear ground with shovels

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: January 1962
    • Topic: Gardening--Papua New Guinea; Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Women--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  9. People on a road, next to a truck

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: between 1961 and 1963
    • Topic: Roads--Papua New Guinea; String bags--Papua New Guinea; Dogs--Papua New Guinea; Narak (Papua New Guinean people); Women--Papua New Guinea
    • Format: image
  10. Mortuary ritual: women, their faces and bodies smeared with clay as sign or mourning, carry corpse wrapped for burial

    • Collection: Edwin Cook and Susan Pflanz Cook Photographs
    • Name: Cook, Edwin A.
    • Date: 1962
    • Topic: Mourning customs--Papua New Guinea; Funeral rites and ceremonies--Papua New Guinea--Western Highlands Province; Cemeteries--Papua New Guinea; Women--Papua New Guinea; Narak (Papua New Guinean people)
    • Format: image