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A Monkey Bridge. So called because only a monkey could cross it with safety. We managed a number in Liberia, however, and crossed this one the first time at night by lantern light. The children shown are mission school girls and the woman washing is a typical village native of the Gola? tribe.

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Title
A Monkey Bridge. So called because only a monkey could cross it with safety. We managed a number in Liberia, however, and crossed this one the first time at night by lantern light. The children shown are mission school girls and the woman washing is a typical village native of the Gola? tribe.
Creator
Davis, Jackson, 1882-1947
Date Created
1915 - 1947
Description
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Type
black-and-white photographs
Location
Special Collections, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.
Retrieval ID
6293
Collection
The Jackson Davis Collection of African American Photographs
Call Number
MSS 3072, 3072-a