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1950s Aggies Hotel | Apia | Extends To You The Typical Samoan Welcome
1950s Aggies Hotel | Apia | Extends To You The Typical Samoan Welcome
1950s Aggies Hotel | Apia | Extends To You The Typical Samoan Welcome
1950s Aggies Hotel | Apia | Extends To You The Typical Samoan Welcome

1950s Aggies Hotel | Apia | Extends To You The Typical Samoan Welcome

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  • Date: 1950s
  • Artist: EG
  • Size (in): 25 x 20
  • Size (cm): 63.5 x 50.8
  • Condition: B
  • Linen backed: No

This poster depicts an image of a Samoan lady dressed in traditional clothing and wearing an ornamental headdress offering a drink from a bowl to visitors. The drink is a ceremonial 'ava / kava root drink served from a tanoa / laulau bowl in a tauau / ipu tau cava coconut cup.

Aggie Grey (1897-1988) was a popular and well-known hotelier who founded her first hotel in 1933 in Apia, the capital of Samoa.


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