Image: Front view of four women sitting on the ground in front of what appears to be a shelter or windbreak made of spinifex and cloth. Each woman is holding an infant.
Annotations: 'II. Same group, different position, Aug.1929'.
Captioned: 'Types of native women in Central Australia. The children were howling while the photographgraph was being taken.'
Other information: The annotation may refer to the 'Luritja' people in AA 1/3/25, as the woman holding a child second from the left in this photograph appears to be the same woman in AA 1/3/25 standing and holding a child. Both are wearing similar items of clothing. photographic paper is marked 'VELOX' repeated diagonally and 'KODAK PRINT'.
Photograph block No. 153
Negatives on file: 35mm b/w film
This item includes reference to the following named group: 'Luritja'.
Tindale Tribes: Kukatja (NT).
This corresponds to AIATSIS Language Groups: Luritja.