British naval vessells in the Pacific Islands: a provisional index to source material
No label. Man in ceremonial head dress called Tubuka in the Motu language and his pectoral ornament of teeth and beads with drum or gaba in Motu and Kitoro in Sinagoro of Rigo, Hula and Keakalo languages of Aroma.
No label. Lakatoi (also Lagatoi) were ocean going double-hulled canoes with their distinctive crab claw like sails used by the Motu people of Central Province for the Hiri Trade expeditions with the Gulf people.
No label. Ufu or Marea of the Mekeo people. Also called Eravo (men's house) of Moveave villages in East Gulf.
Postcard. "6. Purari River Cannibals." [parading in front of their Eravo (Men's houses), Gulf District, Papua]
Postcard. "3. Erevara [Elevala] Village, Port Moresby." [Marked 4.] Text on back: Miss Dexter, Stubb Hill
Postcard. "1. Rona [Rouna] Falls, [Sogeri], Port Moresby."
No label. Kwato Island Girl posing on the trunk of a dead coconut tree with river in background.
"H.D. [Henry Dexter], Laki (Cookboy) & dog at entrance to temporary humpy occupied while new house being built. Otamata Plantation, Cape Rodney. Papua E.D. May 1916."