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THE COPPELIA HAYS LIBERIAN COLLECTION
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This is a conglomeration of fiber, shell, and presumably crocodile toes. It is somewhat mildewed.
Either a rhino horn or the toe of a reptile. It has leather binding..
This is a relic that is a possible rhino horn or toe of some large reptile. It has puka shells imbedded in the 'leather'.
An elephant tail thought to be used in ritual. Has a roughened end and some hairs are falling out.
This is an elephant tail, used in ceremony. It has a staple attached to the back which was possibly used for display.
"FRONT LINES" newspaper wrote an article about three new schools opening in Liberia. The article is dated April 30, 1966.
The picture shows a focus on two young women dancing in their skirts.
The picture depicts figures dancing in a cirlce.
Pamphlet book titled, "America on a New Frontier".
Story book titled, "Why Elephant fears goat".