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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History - Ethnology | 51-26 | Provenience: Polynesia, Hawaiian Islands (Probably Hawaii Island) | People or Culture: Hawaiian | Object: Feather lei | Material: Mamo (Drepanis pacifica) feathers, apapane (Himatione sanguinea) feathers, black velvet ribbons | Description: Lei of orange-yellow mamo feathers with red apapane feathers hidden under mamo feathers. Ends of lei are apapane. One end capped in black velvet ribbon, black velvet tie at other end. | Dimensions: (in cm.) l. 58.7 cm. w. 6.0 cm. | Collection: Gift of Mrs. Wayne Nash Garwood, 8/17/81 [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 191480 | Field No. | Neg. No. | Acc. 3526Catalog Number: 191480.nosubDescription: neck ornamentMaterials: feather; mamo - Hawaiian honeycreeper, feather; apapane - Hawaiian honeycreeper, velvetCultural Attribution: HawaiianAccession Number:  W. N. Garwood (Gift)Accession Year: 1981Collector/Source: Mrs. Wayne N. Garwood, NashEMu IRN: 1095384GUID: 47d9baff-b0ea-4aa7-94e5-f00cfbf85dde
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