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Figure 4. Bunnag women and entourage outdoors at Dusit Palace.

Figure 4. Bunnag women and entourage outdoors at Dusit Palace.

A group of monks and novices, 1867.

A group of monks and novices, 1867.

1865-Pechaburi, Thailand-Siam

1865-Pechaburi, Thailand-Siam

Concubines with Cameras: Royal Siamese Consorts Picturing Femininity and Ethnic Difference in Early Century Siam

Figures 20 & 21. Erb’s experiments in shooting portraits; this series features her sister, Uen. (N.d.).

Figures 20 & 21. Erb’s experiments in shooting portraits; this series features her sister, Uen. (N.d.).

King Mongkut (RamaIV) was the fourth monarch of Siam (now is Thailand) under the House of Chakri, ruling from 1851–1868.

King Mongkut (RamaIV) was the fourth monarch of Siam (now is Thailand) under the House of Chakri, ruling from 1851–1868.

Concubines with Cameras: Royal Siamese Consorts Picturing Femininity and Ethnic Difference in Early 20th Century Siam

Concubines with Cameras: Royal Siamese Consorts Picturing Femininity and Ethnic Difference in Early 20th Century Siam

Figure 7. Aab and Uen Bunnag with meal on the veranda of Ruen Ton residence, Dusit. (N.d.).

Figure 7. Aab and Uen Bunnag with meal on the veranda of Ruen Ton residence, Dusit. (N.d.).

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