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Lao-Tai mosquito nets and curtains - Black Thai curtain room dividers

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to Jpeg 34K Curtains separating off the sleeping areas from each other and from the living area in a Black Thai (Tai Dam) House.in Dien Bien Phu, Lai Chau Province, Vietnam. The curtains show various styles of decorative heading bands. The main fabric in the curtain second from the left is probably a hand-woven cotton plaid fabric. October 1995.
to 54K Jpeg Black Thai woman stanging in front of curtain room dividers separating sleeping from living areas in a Black Thai (Tai Dam) house in Dien Bien Phu, Lai Chau province photographed in October 1995.
to Jpeg 46K Decorative headings to curtains separating sleeping from living areas in a Black Thai house. Note the woven fabric in the heading to the left and pieced work in the heading to the right. The hanging tabs echo those on some of the baby carriers in the area. Dien Bien Phu, Lai Chau Province October 1995.
Decorative headings to curtains separating sleeping from living areas in a Black Thai (Tai Dam) houses in Dien Bien Phu, Lai Chau province photographed in October 1995.
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