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Six pieces of wood carved to various degrees laid side-by-side to show the different stages of carving from wood form to finished spoon, Ede (Osun State), Nigeria. Spoon carving series of photographs. Photograph by Roy Sieber, August, 1971.
Original text reads, "Yoruba, Africa, Woodworking Techniques, Spoon Carving Series, Ede, Sieber, Aug. 71."
H 2 YRB RS 71
Title source: Archives staff, not provided by photographer.
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