This image shows a sunset over a body of water was taken at a Palavar hut. The Palavar huts were built for men to gather and share stories where women are not allowed. Palavar is a term that means "to talk". The hut shown in this image has two palm trees to the left and one palm tree to the right.
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Approximate Creation Date
Liberia--History--1971-1980; Liberia--Pictorial works
Palavar Hut, Only men are allowed to sit and talk
Mississippi State University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Division, Manuscripts Unit, Jerry Boyd Jones Digital Photographs Collection
Digital Collection Title
Jerry Boyd Jones Digital Photographs Collection
Mississippi State University Libraries (electronic version)
Jones, Jerry Boyd, "Sunset Over Water at a Palavar Hut, Liberia" (2023). Jerry Boyd Jones Photographs Collection. 27.