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Harvard Camp: Group of workmen with Museum of Fine Arts, Boston President George H. Edgell and George Reisner, looking E. Three rows of workmen: back row in dark galabeas, middle row standing in white galabeas with Reisner and Edgell at right; front row seated on ground. Back row: Only four people identified: fourth from left (in picture, not proper left): Mubarak Mohamed (ghafir in west); fifth from left: Ahmed el-Neger; seventh from left: Abdullah Abu Gebel (ghafir); eighth from left: Yasin (storekeeper, magazines). Middle row: 1: Abdel Salam Abdel Latif (helped the cook Salem with groceries); 2: Atito (safragi/servant); 3: Dahi el-Batlan (irons clothes for the ladies); 4: Bashir el-Adjemi; 5: Mahmoud Said Ahmed Diraz; 6: Salem (cook); 7: Mohamed Said Ahmed Diraz; 8: George Reisner; 9: George Harold Edgell. Front row: 1: Mohamed Salem (son of Salem the cook); 2: boy: El Sayeh “the tourist” (youngest son of Said Ahmed, born 1924); 3: Mustapha Abu-el-Hamd (photographer); 4: small boy; 6: Saman; 7: Said Halabi (carpenter)

Details

  • ID
    HUMFA_A7918B_NS
  • Department
    Harvard University-Boston Museum of Fine Arts Expedition
  • Subjects
    People & places: Site: Giza
  • Date
    02/25/1938
  • Remarks
    Date of original capture changed from 02/26/1938 to 02/25/1938 based on details recorded in Expedition Diary entries.
  • Problems/Questions
    individual identifications based on comparison with A7924

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