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Malay creole boy, Hottentot Square Cape Town; Malay boy of Cape Town [picture] / George French Angas delt. et lithog
Bib ID 1847331
Format PicturePicture
Author
Angas, George French, 1822-1886
 
Printer ([London] : M. & N. Hanhart, lith. printers)
Description [London] (5 Haymarket) : Published by J. Hogarth, [1849] 
1 print : lithograph, hand col. ; image and text 32 x 37.2 cm. 
Notes

Plate no. 4 of: Kafirs illustrated / by George French Angas.

Two images on one sheet.

S4391.

Subjects Malays (Asian people) - South Africa.  |  Costume - South Africa.  |  Cape Town (South Africa) - Pictorial works.
Other authors/contributors Hogarth, Joseph, active 1833-1849  |  M. & N. Hanhart

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