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Ethnography research. Filipino tribal chief in traditional attire with a uniformed man recording him with a gramophone. The tribal chief is Madallom (also Madalem or Madalom), a leader of the Kalinga people. The uniformed man is Lieutenant Alexander H. Gilfillan of the Philippine Constabulary. This photograph, obtained in Lubuagan Province, the Philippines, is from the papers of US physician Victor George Heiser (1873-1972) who worked in the Philippines from 1903 to 1914.
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