Akan Stool and Tribal Cloth
Carthage College Art Collection
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Wood and Textile A wooden stool with a rectangular base, four legs, and a stool top that has a convex curve; the cloth is draped over the right side of the stool and has many colored stripes and patterns, including yellow, green, purple, blue, red, and orange. Dimensions: TBA Created by the Akan Tribesmen Donated by "The Roots of African American Religion" - 2011, Professors Danielle Geary and David Musa Lentz Hall 3rd Floor, Hallway Photograph #41
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