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Phyllis Galembo, Ekpokang Masquerade, Calabar South, Nigeria, [West African Masquerade], 2005, Ilfochrome, Steven Kasher Gallery, Courtesy of the Steven Kasher Gallery and the artist Phyllis Galembo, LL/30353
Folklore and popular tradition
Fear of photography
298.01   Felice Beato: Prince Kung / Prince Gong Qinwang of China
298.02   Amateur Photographers in China: Sketches by the Rev. R. O'Dowd Ross-Lewin, Chaplain R.N. (7 March 1891)
Photographing fairies
298.03   Cottingley Fairies
298.04   Homer Sykes: Once a Year: Some Traditional British Customs
298.05   Phyllis Galembo: West African Masquerade
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