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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Chicago Natural History Museum - Ethnology | 37-12 | Provenience: Queensland and West Coast | People or Culture: | Object: mace | Material: wood, clay, paint | Description: carved wooden head on wooden handle which is partially worked near butt-end; red and white paint traces on wooden head, also some clay. Trace of white paint ("BU75") on handle. | SEE REVERSE SIDE | Dimensions: (in cm) Length- 69.5; width (at head)- 4.2 | Collection: Fuller Collection: presented by Mrs. A.W.F. Fuller, 16 January 1964. [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 277745 | Field No. | Neg. No. | Acc. 2820 [BACK] Fuller label- Queensland and Est [sic] Coast. mace headed waddy couloured [sic] red and white and nicely grooved. Compare similar N. Guinea stone headed club. 26 May 1959 | [ILLUSTRATION]Catalog Number: 277745.nosubDescription: maceMaterials: wood, clay, paint or pigmentAccession Number:  Mrs. A. W. F. Fuller (Gift)Accession Year: 1964Other Numbers: BU75Collector/Source: Mrs. Estelle Fuller, Captain Alfred W. F. FullerEMu IRN: 1186742GUID: b75456f1-b0c9-47ff-a024-6670dfd8e1d6
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