black & white photographs taken by Ursula Graham Bower between 1937 and 1946
|caption:||building a kamarum-ki, Impoi village|
Caption:The new house, built in the style of and, in this case, used as a hangseoki, is complete except for the untrimmed thatch at the front of the porch. The men of the village go up on the scaffolding and trim the thatch with sickles, sustained by rice beer, handed up in mithan-horns at the end of poles.
Caption:men on scaffolding
Caption:the thatch is trimmed