Democratic Republic of the Congo -- Orientale Province -- Niangara
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Nobosodrou, a Mangbetu woman in the Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo). Photograph by Leon Poirier and Georges Specht during the French Citroen Expedition through Africa. March, 1925. Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Printed recto caption reads: "La Croisière Noire / Femme d'un chef Mangbetu (Congo Belge)." Translated postcard caption reads: "The Black Cruise / Wife of a Mangbetu chief."
Additional printed text on recto reads: "Expèdition Citroen - Centre Afrique / Deuxième Mission Haardt-Audouin Dubreuil." Translated additional text reads: "Citroen expedition - Central Africa. Second mission Haardt-Audouin Dubreuil."
Item EEPA CG-20-75 published with the following caption: "Mangbetu woman Nobosodrou, wife of Mangbetu king Touba, Niangara, Belgian Congo." Photograph by Léon Poirier and Georges Specht during the French Citroen Expedition through Africa. March, 1925.
Items EEPA CG-20-75 and EEPA CG-20-76 are duplicate postcards.
Title source: Postcard caption.
Citation source: Archives staff.
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