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12020-04-30T18:07:03-04:00Kate McDonald306bb1134bc892ab2ada669bed7aecb100ef7d5f352"This old lady has the tattooed hands and was smoking a cigarette with the holder which turns up at the end. They are very common here. Also from her behavior while I was taking the picture, I decided she was also quite familiar with saki (sic). The lady in the background is grinding beans in a mortar and pestle type grinder."plain2021-09-16T16:27:15-04:00The Gail Project1952-1953Dustin WrightCharles Eugene GailThe Gail Project; University of California, Santa CruzUsed with permission.Dustin WrightDW-0026Kate McDonald306bb1134bc892ab2ada669bed7aecb100ef7d5f
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12020-04-30T18:05:34-04:00Okinawan Adults10Gail's portraits of Okinawan adultsstructured_gallery170992021-10-08T16:45:59-04:001952Dustin WrightGail, Charles
These images differ from those in the “Daily Life and Work” page in that here, labor does not appear to be the major focus of either Charles Gail or the people in the photographs. Instead, Gail seems particularly interested in trying to capture the portraiture (attire and physical characteristics of the people themselves), which he often described in writing on backs of the images.