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Nederlands: Negatief
Nederlands: Straatbeeld in Johannesburg
Nederlands: De foto is gemaakt tijdens de Afronautica Expeditie
Date 1970
Dimensions 6 x 6cm (2 3/8 x 2 3/8in.)
Accession number 10004282
Materiaal - hoofd: acetaat
Techniek: Gelatine negatief (op acetaat)
Voorstelling Cultuur: Afrikaners, Bantu, Boeren
Voorstelling Geografie: Johannesburg
Voorstelling/iconografie: Cultuur, samenleving, Straatgezicht
Source/Photographer Tropenmuseum


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