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Belt (view 4)

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Unless otherwise stated the copyright of all material on the FHYA resides with the contributing institution/custodian.

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[Source - Nessa Leibhammer for FHYA using MAA materials, 2017: ID NO: Z 11674 B]

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[Source - MAA, 2017:
Names: Belt
Material: Bead, Grass, Fibre, Metal
Descriptions: Belt - Woman's beadwork belt on grass foundation. Vertical stripes of black, red, white and green with pink edging. B: with metal stud. Rachel Hand 10/12/2001'.
Cultural Group: Zulu
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Source: Wootton-Isaacson, Frederick F.J.; Beaumont, Violet (donor)
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Contexts: Source: Formerly owned by F. Wooton-Isaacson esq.
(bio) (female donor): Given to Museum by Violet, Lady Beaumont - MAA (15/01/1999)
MAA catalogue cards generally misspell Wootton-Isaacson's name. His sister, Lady Violet Beaumont, gave material to the Museum, recorded in the 1848 Annual Report as 'ethnological specimens Pacific Islands, India, China, Japan, and Africa', and also the (Fitzwilliam Museum) in 1948, presumably after his death - Rachel Hand (22/11/2012)]

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