This is a collection of prints made from of over 2,500 glassplate negatives which shows scenes of Marshallese life and landscapes during 1880’s to 1930’s, taken by Joachim deBrum. This is by far the most historically significant collection of photographs found in the Marshall Islands, and perhaps anywhere in the Pacific region, taken by a Pacific Islander during this period.
Komra and Laronron Tibonal – Likiep atoll
Women in traditional Dresses – Likiep atoll
Christmas group – Likiep atoll
German School – Jaluit atoll
Man in traditional Dress
Joaquim deBrum self-portrait – Likiep atoll
Edward Milne – Jaluit atoll
walap – Jaluit atoll
Emma and Lena – Namdrik Atoll
Liljabor – likiep atoll – Traditional dress
Traditional house – Mejit island – Liiep Atoll
Women – Jaluit atoll
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