FROM PAPUA, INDONESIA
The archive comprises artifacts and documentation collected by Dr. O. W. (Bud)Hampton in the Highlands of Papua, Indonesia over an 18-year period (1982-1999).
It contains approximately 1000 artifacts from daily and ritual lives, which include many stone tools, medicinal kits, bodily ornaments, and rare fiber materials such as spider-web cloths and looped net bags.
It also contains about 20,000 color slides, 200 sounds recordings on cassette tape made in the field, and meticulous research notes.
A man wearing white painting around the eyes and ceremonial attire: a shell band down his chest and a dark feather headdress with a red, white, and…
The late Dr. O.W.Hampton was an ethnographer who studied the material culture of the Dani people of Irian Jaya (later...
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A man at Wile village making and playing a mouth harp.
A man at Wile Village wearing a blue stripe knitted cap with feather and fiber necklaces with other materials including nasa shells.
A scene at the Wile Village at Baliem Gorge
Dani man at Yeineri or Tagime, carrying a Grand Valley and West type B Ax and used it to split wood. The ax is squared off at the distal end. A Dani…
Siba standing next to war chief, Asike A Walilo.
Three men standing on a rock on Baga Ridge
Portrait of a man at Suroba village
Wililke puts on a set of net carriers (noken) including one with her baby with the help of an older woman
Wililke is Wali's wife and the older woman, Yamake, is the older wife of Wali. In the first image, both are shown wearing a noken on their heads. In…
Wililke is Wali's wife. She removes the leaves from the stem and put them in the net for cushion for her baby.
Close up of smiling boy at Belokme Village market at Pasar.