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Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Chicago Natural History Museum - Ethnology | 22-43 | Provenience: Southern Cameroons of Gabon (acc. L.S.) | People or Culture: ["Undetermined" crossed out] Fang | Object: Tobacco pipe | Material: Clay, wood | Description: A- Bowl vase-sahped, swelling at base flaring toward top; base extends past the edge and rund [sic] into flaring short arm w/ conical tip; stem socket of bowl apparently broken away; B- short wooden stem w/ wooden ring around its further end is thrust into the hole. | Dimensions: (in cm.) Total length: 8.6; width: 8.0. | Collection: Gift: Robert Campbell 1966 [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 221048 A-B | Field No. | Neg. No. A8 | Acc. 2934 [BACK] [PHOTOGRAPH]Catalog Number: 221048.ADescription: pipe bowlMaterials: clay, woodCultural Attribution: FangAccession Number:  R. C. Campbell (Gift)Accession Year:Collector/Source: Robert C. CampbellEMu IRN: 1386318GUID: 747b0c08-6342-460f-b0de-9cf4bcb934a4
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