Woman Trader

Marktvrouwen met hun koopwaar, Fort de Kock, Sumatra`s Westkust || Market Women with their merchandise, Fort de Kock, Sumatra’s west coast. December 5, 1932 Looked this female trader, use veil and umbrella to cover them from the sunshine. This picture most likely taken above of Janjang Gantuang. __________________________ Perempuan di pasar dengan barang dagangan mereka, Bukit…

The Woman Selling The Corn

Meisje verkoopt maïskolven, Fort de Kock || Girl selling corn on the cob, Fort de Kock. 1941 In this picture said that the Girl but we sure that this is a woman were selling the corn not corn on the cob. The detail location has unknown. Looked this picture, the woman, the child, and the way…

The Cinnamon of Luhak Agam

Na het ontdoen van de bast van de kaneelboom wordt de Cassia in balen verpakt, Fort de Kock, Sumatra || After the Cassia stripping the bark of the cinnamon tree is packed in bales, Fort de Kock, Sumatra. – 1927 Cinnamon is one of the agricultural products of Luhak Agam, this products brought to Bukit Tinggi…

Pasar di Bukit Tinggi

Pasar (market) in Bukit Tinggi in the year 1937, we can see the female merchant there. We can not see the tent there because in that time the tent is not popular like now. The merchant use Payuang (umbrella) or the big umbrella were made from bamboo. Also a kid  stand there he wearing short with…

Pedagang Perempuan Minangkabau

The female merchant in Pasa Bawah at 1945, that is the explanation of this picture. We can see the Minangkabau woman cloth, called Baju Kuruang and Kains Saruang Batiak. In they used Tingkuluak (Veil) in their head and as merchant they have one more “kain saruang” in top of their head. Its use to put…