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Muslim Rosary

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Muslim Rosary

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Muslim Amulets

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.
Accession record and Anthropology catalogue ledger book identify these as amulets. This was mistranscribed on catalogue card as "armlets."

From card: "Consisting of 10 leather blocks containing passages of Koran, stringed on cord. ... [Muslims] use as amulets either a small copy of the Koran, or certain portions of it, or some of the names of God, or the names of prophets and some saints. The writing is coverd with waxed cloth to protect it from accidental pollution and encased in metal, silk, or leather. The amulets are fastened on the arm, or leg, or suspended by means of a cord around the neck."

Muslim Rosary

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Muslim Rosary

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Muslim Family on Balcony

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Family on Balcony, 1942-3. Photographic image of a young man and fourn women standing on the second story balcony looking down in the direction of the camera. Behind them are clothes hung on a line to be dried. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Man Selling Produce

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Man Selling Produce, 1942-3. Photographic image of a Muslim man selling produce in the street. He has several tables with his goods on them. There are two men looking at his goods and children nearby playing. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Men, Bo Kaap

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Men, Bo Kaap, 1942-3. Photographic image of two older Muslim men sitting next to each other. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Woman on Balcony

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Woman on Balcony, 1942-3. Photographic image of a Muslim woman standing on the balcony of a building. She is leaning on a railing. There is a door and windows behind her, which are broken. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are two 8 x 10 in. black and white vintage prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Children, Bo Kaap

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Children, Bo Kaap, 1942-3. Photographic image of two girls sitting on the steps with their arms crossed in front of them. An old Muslim man is standing behind them in front of the doorway. There are children to the left sitting in a group and a young boy to the right. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Man, Bo Kaap

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Man, Bo Kaap, 1942-3. Photographic image of a Muslim man holding a long stick in front of him. There are several men in the background dressed similar to the man in the foreground. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Egg carton from Muslim Farms

National Museum of African American History and Culture
Light brown egg carton for one dozen eggs. Top left of carton lid has black and white image of a farm printed on it. Superimposed over it is a yellow circle with black border and letters is in center of farm image. "YOUR/BRAND/EGGS." On top right side of carton list are black letters "GRADE A LARGE/ EGGS/ PACKED BY MUSLIM FARMS, INC/ KRT#3 CASSOPOLIS, MICHIGAN 49031/ ONE DOZEN/ FROM THE MUSLIM FARMS." The last line is highlighted in bright yellow. "70 Cents" is stamped on the carton in blue ink.

Muslim Men, Bo Kaap

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Men, Bo Kaap, 1942-3. Photographic image of three men. Two are sitting next to each other on a step, one is sitting on a lower step facing the camera. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Children, Bo Kaap

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Girls, Bo Kaap, 1942-3. Photographic image of a girl holding a baby in her arms. There is a young child standing next to her. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Woman Washing Clothes

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Woman Washing Clothes, 1942-3. Photographic image of a woman standing behind a brick wall. There are bundles of clothes piled around her. She is washing clothes by hand. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Girls, Bo Kaap

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Girls, Bo Kaap, 1942-3. Photographic image of two girls standing behind a wall. There is a dog next to them resting its head on the wall. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Woman Doing Laundry

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Woman Doing Laundry, 1942-3. Photographic image of a woman sitting on a stone with a basket in her lap. She has a bundle of clothes next to her. Behind her is a clothes line. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Woman and Children

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Woman and Children, 1942-3. Photographic image of a woman leaning over a wall. There are children leaning over the wall next to her. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Woman Selling Food

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Woman Selling Food, 1942-3. Photographic image of a woman standing behind boxes of fruits and vegetables. She is selling produce. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Girls, Bo Kaap

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Girls, Bo Kaap, 1942-3. Photographic image of two girls standing next to each other holding pails. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Women and Children

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Women and Children, 1942-3. Photographic image of a woman sitting on a step with two children next to her. There are two younger women standing behind them. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Muslim Woman and Children

Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives
Muslim Woman and Children, 1942-3. Photographic image of a woman holding food in her hand and a glass bottle under her arm. She is standing among a group of children. Photograph by Constance Stuart Larrabee, 1942-3.

The so-called "Malay Quarter" in Cape Town, now Bo Kaap, was the home of South Africans whose forebears were brought by the Dutch East India Company to the region from the coasts of India and the Indonesian islands as convicts and slaves in the eighteenth century. The inhabitants of the Bo Kaap are predominately Muslims and maintained many of their ways of life.

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

The cataloging of the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection was supported by a grant from The Smithsonian Women's Committee.

Silver Muslim Talisman

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.

Silver Muslim Talisman

NMNH - Anthropology Dept.
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