"Beschneidungsmädchen aus Aruscha" ("Circumcision girls from Arusha"). Three taller and two smaller girls. Their arms adorned with metal spirals. Adorned necks. Four of the girls with a bare upper body, embroidered belts and rattles tied to their legs. One girl with a feather on her head. In the background a brick building with thatched roof.; Leonhard Blumer (1878-1938), from Kida in Estonia, served the Leipzig Mission as pastor and teacher in Arusha from 1907 to 1930 (apart from home leave in 1912-1913 and 1924-1926).
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