1921

These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.
These photos were taken by W.E. Armstrong in 1921, while acting as government anthropologist and magistrate for British Papua and New Guinea. They were exposed on large glass plates which are held at the Australian National Library together with his field notes, some of the plates with contemporary copies still held at the Haddon Library, University of Cambridge. They were scanned for SCL in about 2003. Armstrong went on to write *Rossel Island, an ethnological study*, published by Cambridge 1928. Some of the plates were reproduced there.

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Stephen C. Levinson and W.E. Armstrong (1921). Item "1921" in collection "Levinson". The Language Archive. https://hdl.handle.net/1839/297c7275-dfe8-45d7-8bf0-2db257a8ef9d. (Accessed 2024-04-20)

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