Man carrying hide boat by Yuthok bridge

Man carrying hide boat by Yuthok bridge

1998.286.117.1 (Glass negative)

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Key Information

Photographer

Rabden Lepcha?

Collection

Sir Charles Bell

Date of Photo

1920-1921

Region

Lhasa > Yuthok

Accession number

1998.286.117.1

Image Dimensions

78 x 103

Man carrying hide boat on his back. The sheep carries a pair of saddle bags containing his master's barley flour, dried meat, tea, salt, pepper, as well as his eating bowl to provide a cold lunch. Taken just outside the Yuthok Bridge.

Further Information

Photographic Process

Negative Quarter Plate

Date Acquired

Donated 1983

Donated by

St Antony's College, Oxford

Copy difference

Lantern Notches on right side

Expedition

Sir Charles Bell's Mission to Lhasa 1920-21

Previous Catologue Number

Q.106

Previous Pitt Rivers Museum Number

BL.Q.106b

Related Collections

British Library, Oriental and India Office Collections

Manual Catalogues -

Manual Catalogues - Bell's List of Illustrations entry: "[No. of chapter] XXV. [Subject of Chapter] Travelling [Subject of Illustration] Q106 (aa) Man carrying hide boat with the sheep that usually accompanies such. The sheep carries a pair of saddle bags containing his master's barley flour, dried meat, tea, salt, pepper, as well as his eating bowl to provide a cold lunch for him. He eats the raw meat, the barley flour has already been dipped into tea and rolled into balls. Taken just outside the Yuto Bridge. [Remarks] L. 124 (D.L)"

Other Information - Related Images


Other Information - Related Images: Bell does not distinguish in his List of Illustrations between 1998.286.117.1 and 1998.286.117.2, even though they are different images and both may be referenced by the caption for Q.106 [MS 10/8/2004]

For Citation use:
The Tibet Album. "Man carrying hide boat by Yuthok bridge" 05 Dec. 2006. The Pitt Rivers Museum. Accessed 31 Oct. 2014 <http://tibet.prm.ox.ac.uk/photo_1998.286.117.1.html>.

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