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Merchant Mens Ltd. Case Study
Going Home from Market, Port of Spain
Women and children going home from the market.
All gold: a Coolie merchants wife, Trinidad B.W.I.
A portrait of the wife of an East Indian merchant. The woman, who is of East Indian origin, is wearing a sari, under this garment she is wearing a bodice and skirt. She is richly adorned with jewelry i.e. hair ornaments, ...
A private postcard with an image of the ship S.S. Trinidad. This ship "was a 2,592grt defensively-armed British Merchant ship built in 1884 by Laing, Deptford, England as a passenger/cargo steamer. She was originally built ...
Trinidad Native Fruit Dealers
(American Screen News Limited, Montreal: Printed in Canada, 2009-02-10)
Street vendors selling fruit from baskets on the sidewalk. On the reverse side of the postcard, printed across the center are the words “This is a real photograph.”
Female vendors selling the fruit mamoncillo or chenet as it is called in Trinidad and Tobago on the sidewalk.
A Creole market vendor carrying a tray with her ground provisions on her head.
The international traders of Haiti: the Madam Sara
The suitcase traders in the free zone of Curaçao