FMNH 163928.1

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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History. | [Field Museum Subject Code written in red] 29 - 9 | Country: Dutch East Indies | Locality: Padang Highlands, Sumatra | People: Menangkabau. Stock. | Java. | Name: Rectangular ends for pillow. Embroidered in gold thread on purple velvet over bamboo. | Collection: Arthur B. Jones Expedition to Malaysia, 1922-3. F. C. Cole, Coll. | Notes: | Width: | Length: | Height: | Price: | [LEFT MARGIN] A | 163928 | ENT | 1 - 2 | 101 | Acc. 1439 | [BACK]
Catalog Number: 163928.1
Description: pillow end
Materials: velvet, bamboo, thread
Cultural Attribution: Minangkabau
Locality: Asia, Indonesia, Sumatra
Accession Number: [1439] Jones (Arthur) Malayan Archipelago Ethnological Expedition, 1922-1923 (Expedition)
Accession Year: 1923
Other Numbers: 101
Country: Indonesia
Province/State: Sumatra
Collector/Source: Jones (Arthur) Malayan Archipelago Ethnological Expedition, 1922-1923, Dr. Fay-Cooper Cole : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology
EMu IRN: 4002235
GUID: a1b0a280-ab17-41e6-bcc1-8fb5f731f77f

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