FMNH 104763.nosub[1]

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    Transcriber: Julia W. Kennedy : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology Collections
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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Columbian Museum. | 22-35 | Country Togo, West Africa. | Locality Northern | People Konkomba Stock | Name Signal whistle of wood, light color. Hole at end, on each side near end, and on front near middle. Red string through hole at other end for carrying. Length 11.5 cm. | Collection Otto Finsch. Cap. Thierry, Col. | Notes (254-01-10) | Price [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 104763 | 66 | Acc. 941
Catalog Number: 104763.nosub[1]
Description: whistle
Materials: wood, cloth
Cultural Attribution: Konkomba
Locality: Africa, Togo
Accession Number: [941] O. Finsch (Purchase)
Accession Year: 1905
Other Numbers: 66
Country: Togo
Collector/Source: Otto Finsch, Captain Gaston Thierry
EMu IRN: 1005061
GUID: f5f87047-6e15-41b7-a54e-df1a8295e217

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