Inscribed, on reverse, in blue ink, [written in irregular and varying print, script, and capitalization; English and Pidgin (Neo-Melanesian); English translations are in brackets] upper left to right: Name: Kur-Kur / Village: Marangis /Age: 20-22 (aprox.) / 1. (F)Pish ['Fish'] / 2. - 3 - 4. / (2) / Mery ['Woman'] / (3) / Tambuan - / Sing-Sing ['Dancing Masked Figure'] / (4) / Man / (Dancing) / 5-6 / Two merys working Kai-Kai / belong man belong Sing-Sing. ['Two women make food for men in the dance/ceremony']
Collected by Harry A. Franklin, Los Angeles, California 1950; Harry A. Franklin Family, Los Angeles, California, 1983; given to present collection, 2008.
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