The collection consists of 25 photographs of indigenous people from the Darién Gap region of Panama, taken in the early 20th
century. Photographs in the collection depict Guna and Embera-Wounaan (also known as Chocó) people, both posed for portraits
as well as participating in their daily activities.
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