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Title
Wintua village girl 1981
Creator
Skinner-Jones, Ann
Date Created and/or Issued
Summer 1981
Contributing Institution
UC San Diego, The UC San Diego Library
Collection
Ann Skinner-Jones and Joan Larcom Photographs
Rights Information
Under copyright
Constraint(s) on Use: This work is protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). Use of this work beyond that allowed by "fair use" requires written permission of the copyright holder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and any use and distribution of this work rests exclusively with the user and not the UC San Diego Library. Inquiries can be made to the UC San Diego Library program having custody of the work.
Use: This work is available from the UC San Diego Library. This digital copy of the work is intended to support research, teaching, and private study.
Rights Holder and Contact
Skinner-Jones, Ann
Description
Louise Robi was brought back to the village as a baby to be raised by her grandmother there because her mother was single and worked full time in Port Vila. An ambassador of good will!
UC San Diego Library, UC San Diego, La Jolla, CA 92093-0175 (https://library.ucsd.edu/dc/contact)
Type
image
Language
No linguistic content; Not applicable
Subject
Children
South West Bay (Malakula, Vanuatu)
Melanesia
Oceania
Wintua (Malekula, Vanuatu)
Pacific Islands
Place
South West Bay (Malakula, Vanuatu)
Melanesia
Oceania
Wintua (Malekula, Vanuatu)
Pacific Islands

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