Ungurem village, Ok Tedi, [Papua New Guinea], 1952

Papua New Guinea Association of Australia (1952). Ungurem village, Ok Tedi, [Papua New Guinea], 1952.

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Creator Papua New Guinea Association of Australia
Title Ungurem village, Ok Tedi, [Papua New Guinea], 1952
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1952
Year available 2016
Contributor Geyle, Adrian
Series Papua New Guinea Association of Australia, UQFL387
Type image/tiff
Original Format Slide; b&w; 35 mm.
Source Papua New Guinea Association of Australia, UQFL387, Box 81, Folder 6, slide 40
Language eng
Rights Copyright expired
Abstract/Summary The Papua New Guinea Association of Australia Collection, UQFL387 consists of photographs, typescript articles, correspondence, diaries, notes and ephemera documenting personal experiences of colonial administration and general life in Papua New Guinea. The collection was assembled by Dr Peter Cahill, from material donated by members of the Papua New Guinea Association of Australia.
Keyword Papua New Guinea Association of Australia
Geyle, Adrian
Papua New Guinea -- Pictorial works
Western Province (Papua New Guinea)
Villages
Women -- Papua New Guinea
Children -- Papua New Guinea
Clothing and dress -- Papua New Guinea
Dogs
Dwellings
Geographic co-ordinates

143.924042,-5.000076 140.841970,-5.000076 140.841970,-9.333750 143.924042,-9.333750 143.924042,-5.000076

Additional Notes Title based on caption.

Box 81, Folder 6, Slides were donated by Adrian Geyle who was a patrol officer in Papua New Guinea in the 1950s. The folder consists of 56 black and white slides from 1952-1953 of Western District (Papua) area, mainly Lake Murray and Kiunga. Includes photographs of locals, villages, patrol officers, UFM (Unevangelised Field Mission) Kiunga, police detachment, Ok Tedi village, on patrol between Lake Murray and Kiunga, 'instant' canoe and village councillors.

Document type: Image
Collection: Fryer Library
 
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