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00169

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Portion of crowd at Yoiido Plaza, Seoul. Rev. Billy Graham spoke to over 1 million people crowded into Yoiido Plaza, Seoul in 1973. Rev. Billy Kim (Kim Jang Hwan) who was his translator at that event, eventually became FEBC's national director for Korea.
Year:
1973  Country: KOR  Updated: 2008-06-19 13:36:11
scene celebrity


Image Size:   
706 x 573
File Size:  461 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00170

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Kids sit on steps of CRCM missionary housing. Left to right, Tim and Tanya Estabrooks (Canadian); Aikko(?) and Asako Nakagawa (Japanese); Mark Sheets (USA), Nga Quang (Vietnamese). All are children of FEBC broadcasters and electrical engineers.
Year:
1972  Country: PHL  Set: 8  Updated: 2008-08-25 09:54:59
MK CRCM missionary


Image Size:   
1317 x 920
File Size:  1260 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00171

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Jim Bowman arrives in Asunción, Paraguay to receive governmental and private awards for KGEI's promotion of the Cruzada Mundial de la Amistad. To his right is Stan Lindvall, KGEI regional director for South America. See also #1612.
Year:
1972  Country: PRY  Updated: 2010-12-26 16:30:41
KGEI award


Image Size:   
448 x 649
File Size:  189 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00172

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Hmong broadcaster John Lee demonstrates the use of a new radio he is presenting to Hmong church leaders in Northern Thailand.
Year:
1997  Country: THA  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-26 21:13:59
tribal broadcaster church ethnic


Image Size:   
886 x 596
File Size:  619 k
Original: Color print
Stored: La Mirada
00173

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Hmong broadcaster John Lee greets members of a Hmong church in Northern Thailand (Ban Kat).
Year:
1997  Country: THA  Updated: 2006-03-20 10:57:06
tribal broadcaster church ethnic


Image Size:   
894 x 590
File Size:  731 k
Original: Color print
Stored: La Mirada
00174

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View of CRCM compound looking toward the northeast. In 1950 the compound was several kilometers from urbanization. In a very few years Manila's suburbs would completely envelop this area.
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Updated: 2006-03-20 10:56:39
CRCM facility


Image Size:   
697 x 542
File Size:  276 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00175

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Photo #19 - Photo Essay by Byrd Brunemeier June, 1959--Rev. Isabelo Montejo visits a PM Club home. Note the typical slatted floor. This is the home of Ubaldo Sable in barrio Buenavista, Santiago, Isabela Province. Mrs. Sable acquired the radio from FEBC in 1954. Since then, her husband and 40 families in the barrio had become believers and at the time of the photo were stockpiling materials to build a chapel. Their ultimate plans were to eventually hire a full time pastor.

One night a band of robbers invaded the barrio. The Sables were forced to lie on the floor while the robbers looked over what they could steal. Eyeing the radio, they clicked it on to see if it worked. It so happened a sermon was in progress, and they stopped to listen to it...all the way to the end. They then turned the radio off, thanked the family and left without further molestation..a courtesy not accorded many of their neighbors who were mauled by the band. --
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 27  Updated: 2008-08-02 14:50:11
PM-radio scene staff


Image Size:   
599 x 626
File Size:  266 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00176

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Photo #4 - Photo Essay by Byrd Brunemeier June, 1959 -- Rev. Isabelo Montejo carries a new Phillips PM radio to its destination in the Cagayan River valley of northern Luzon.
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 27  Updated: 2008-07-30 15:02:29
PM-radio scene staff


Image Size:   
648 x 632
File Size:  287 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00177

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Photo #13 - Photo Essay by Byrd Brunemeier June, 1959 -- Church of God Pastor Robert Martin's house is in a village named Maddela in Nueva Vizcaya (now Quirino) Province near the border with Isabela. This is near where the Cagayan River comes down out of the Sierra Madre Mountains, approximately 150 kilometers from Manila. Rev. Montejo is seen here as he approaches the house on a visit to see how the PM Radio is faring. He carries with him a replacement radio in the case that the existing radio needs repair. Note the radio antenna strung from bamboo poles.
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 27  Updated: 2008-08-02 15:06:15
PM-radio scene staff


Image Size:   
638 x 648
File Size:  251 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00178

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Photo #14 - Photo Essay by Byrd Brunemeier June, 1959 -- Rev. Montejo, together with Mrs. Martin, examine a box containing 72 flashlight batteries, which power this PM Radio in the home of Pastor Roberto Martin. The original battery had gone flat months before, but given the isolation of this location and thus the impracticability of getting a new one from Manila, Pastor Martin would buy the D cells from the local store at 40 centavos each, a total cost of 29 pesos. Photographer Byrd Brunemeier himself an electronics engineer, noted that 60 batteries were in series to provide the 90 volts for the B, and 12 in parallel to provide the 1.5 volts for the A power supply, an ingenious solution. The 29 peso cost was approximately $15 - in 1959 a huge amount for this pastor, but demonstrating the crucial role FEBC's radio broadcasts played in his life.
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 27  Updated: 2008-08-02 15:06:41
PM-radio scene staff


Image Size:   
649 x 642
File Size:  265 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00179

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Don and Helen Smith's prayer card. The Smiths were serving in the Philippines at the time of this card. Later they served at KGEI and Seychelles. This reproduction is the the BW-photo file; the original in the private collection of the Smiths. The reverse is a 1955 calendar. Don was an electrical engineer.
Year:
1955  Country: PHL  Set: 23  Updated: 2008-07-22 22:12:31
missionary staff


Image Size:   
828 x 624
File Size:  544 k
Original: Paper document
Stored: La Mirada, Smith personal
00180

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On Reverse: "Tala Leprosarium, Rizal [Province]. Mrs. Howard Eppler." Rev. Isabelo Montejo, PM director for FEBC, poses with staff and patients. This photo appears to be related to photo BW-149. It is assumed Mrs. Eppler is a missionary working with the leprosarium. The date is approximated from the Phillips model radio.
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-26 21:15:26
PM-radio leprosy


Image Size:   
448 x 647
File Size:  181 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00181

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Mr. Felicisimo (Feliciano?) Paano visits the PM radio office at CRCM. A believer, and his leprosy in an arrested stage, he comes to pick up a this PM radio which he will take back with him to the Culion Leprosarium on the Island of Palawan. The map behind him shows some of the locations of the PMs; Palawan is the Island just just behind his head. See also image #12.
Year:
1961  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-26 21:15:37
PM-radio leprosy


Image Size:   
665 x 546
File Size:  213 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00182

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Family poses around the PM radio from which they derive teaching from the Bible.
Year:
1950  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-26 21:15:54
PM-radio scene Bible


Image Size:   
836 x 651
File Size:  311 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00183

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PM radio in a typical "middle class" home.
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 3  Updated: 2008-08-26 21:16:41
PM-radio scene home


Image Size:   
672 x 672
File Size:  316 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00184

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Phillips multi-band sets. To allow access to the many SW frequencies being utilized by FEBC. These models were also the first transistorized radios.
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2006-03-20 10:51:34
PM-radio equipment


Image Size:   
704 x 531
File Size:  419 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00185

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PM staff shows off new Phillips multi-band transistor radios at CRCM shop.
Year:
1959  Country: PHL  Set: 1  Updated: 2006-05-24 03:07:03
PM-radio staff equipment CRCM


Image Size:   
694 x 524
File Size:  309 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00186

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Interior of the Bocaue transmitter building. Shown here are the "TEC" transmitters that served FEBC from the early 1960's until the late 1990's. The transmitters were originally built for use by the U.S. Navy as 30 kw CW (Code) transmitters in 1945 but never put into service. FEBC learned of their existence in 1960 and bought four of them. They were converted for audio and upgraded in power to 40-50kw. They operated faithfully to points in Asia until project S.A.V.E. replaced them with 100kw Continental Electronic transmittters in the late 20th and early 21st century!
Year:
1990  Country: PHL  Set: 29  Updated: 2008-08-05 21:50:38
equipment


Image Size:   
732 x 578
File Size:  441 k
Original: Color print
Stored: La Mirada
00187

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ID plates from TEC-4 transmitter. See #186.
Year:
1945  Country: PHL  Set: 29  Updated: 2008-08-05 21:50:51
equipment


Image Size:   
425 x 431
File Size:  281 k
Original: Object
Stored: JB
00188

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A view down "Radio Road" to KGEI on the San Francisco Peninsula (Redwood City). The KGEI building is barely visible as the smaller, brown building aligned with the power poles. On the left is the local NBC station KNBR with its 300 and 550 foot AM towers. To the left of the larger KNBR building three of the KGEI shortwave towers are visible. By 1995, this entire region had been developed.
Year:
1972  Country: USA  Set: 30  Updated: 2009-01-13 23:21:05
KGEI facility


Image Size:   
914 x 601
File Size:  360 k
Original: Color print
Stored: JB-ColorNeg
00189

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KGEI antenna field, showing in the foreground the radiating element of a temporary corner reflector antenna for the new Russian service.
Year:
1969  Country: USA  Set: 30  Updated: 2008-08-07 13:28:34
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
614 x 934
File Size:  478 k
Original: Color print
Stored: La Mirada
00190

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The radiator element for a a temporary corner reflector antenna for the Russian service of KGEI, looking west.
Year:
1969  Country: USA  Set: 30  Updated: 2008-08-07 13:28:49
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
616 x 938
File Size:  534 k
Original: Color print
Stored: La Mirada
00191

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The main feed elements of the temporary corner reflector for KGEI's Russian service.
Year:
1970  Country: USA  Set: 30  Updated: 2008-08-07 13:26:57
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
923 x 616
File Size:  612 k
Original: Color print
Stored: La Mirada
00192

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Looking to the northeast. Feed elements, radiator and towers of various KGEI antennas. The three towers in the background are 125 foot self-sustaining towers originally installed by GE after the 1939 Golden Gate Exposition on Treasure Island. They supported curtain antennas for 19, 25 and 49mb until demolished in the late 1990's. San Francisco Bay lies on the other side of the far dike.
Year:
1969  Country: USA  Set: 30  Updated: 2008-08-07 13:27:27
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
618 x 936
File Size:  548 k
Original: Color print
Stored: La Mirada
00193

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Angel Bongiorno, staff announcer for KGEI's Spanish language service to Latin America. Originally from Argentina. Angel eventually became a major program person for Trans World Radio's Bonaire Spanish service. Note the quarter-inch endless loop cartridges, the mainstay of spot announcements and themes at that time.
Year:
1969  Country: USA  Set: 7  Updated: 2008-08-31 12:07:34
KGEI staff indigenous


Image Size:   
616 x 933
File Size:  472 k
Original: Color print
Stored: La Mirada
00194

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The KGEI transmitter and studio building. Building was constructed in 1940 by General Electric, and was designed with thick concrete walls to withstand the possibility of bombing.
Year:
1960  Country: USA  Set: 19  Updated: 2006-06-01 13:12:46
KGEI facility


Image Size:   
941 x 740
File Size:  421 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00195

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KGEI staff. Back row: Jack Brooks, Tom Tweddell, Stan Jeter, Stan Lindvall, Jose Holowaty.Between rows: Hernan ......... Second row: Isabel Holowaty, Judith Shamp, Angel Bongiorno, Joao Souza. Front row: Esperanza Holowaty, Margaret Wakelee, Jim Bowman.
Year:
1972  Country: USA  Set: 8  Updated: 2008-08-25 10:26:48
KGEI staff


Image Size:   
950 x 756
File Size:  460 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00196

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KGEI building. The FEBC sign covers up the General Electric bas relief, of which the "C" partially shows.
Year:
1971  Country: USA  Updated: 2006-05-24 03:09:40
KGEI facility


Image Size:   
948 x 758
File Size:  354 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00197

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KGEI 50kW transmitter. This historic transmitter was built by GE in 1939 and stayed operational with upgrades until FEBC closed the station in 1995. The unit was donated to SIM, Inc. to use in its radio ministry in Liberia (ELWA), but was destroyed after repeated attacks by rebel forces in a civil war. FEBC retained the ID plate for historic reasons, which can be seen on the panel to the left of the door (reproduced as a digital image in #199). Early pre-FEBC views of the transmitter from 1939 onward can be found in this archive. During WWII the station broadcast the American point of view to Asia as an ostensibly private voice, since U.S. law forbade official broadcasting. KGEI was effective in this role, and was in fact the precursor of V.O.A.
Year:
1972  Country: USA  Set: 29  Updated: 2011-10-24 19:26:46
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
955 x 679
File Size:  333 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00198

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Jose Holowaty, Spanish language program director for KGEI at work in the main studio. The Holowaty family, originally from Argentina, was active in the work of KGEI.
Year:
1972  Country: USA  Set: 7  Updated: 2008-08-31 12:07:55
KGEI staff


Image Size:   
956 x 756
File Size:  427 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00199

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KGEI 50Kw transmitter ID plate (metal). See #197 for historic details on this transmitter.
Year:
1939  Country: USA  Set: 19  Updated: 2008-08-24 09:54:12
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
1000 x 500
File Size:  482 k
Original: Object
Stored: La Mirada
00200

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Robert Bowman, FEBC President receives an award "For Service of Special Merit" from U.S. President John F. Kennedy at the White House. During the Cuban missile crisis in 1962, KGEI was pressed into service by the U.S. government to broadcast the American point of view to Latin America. To Dr. Bowman's right is Edward R. Murrow.
Year:
1962  Country: USA  Updated: 2008-06-19 10:28:08
KGEI celebrity historic


Image Size:   
557 x 688
File Size:  210 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00201

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A photograph of a congratulatory telegram from John F. Kennedy to KGEI for its role in broadcasting during the Cuban missile crisis of 1962.
Year:
1962  Country: USA  Updated: 2006-05-24 03:11:47
KGEI celebrity historic


Image Size:   
605 x 472
File Size:  121 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00202

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The KGEI transmitter was built by GE specifically for the Golden Gate Exposition in San Francisco in 1939. As a shortwave transmitter it was a novelty for its time. It was originally operated under the amateur/experimental call sign W6XBE, changed to KGEI during the Exposition (see photos #203 and #204). Carlos U. Benedetti is announcing in Spanish in the control room. FEBC did not acquire KGEI until 1959.
Year:
1939  Country: USA  Set: 19  Updated: 2006-06-01 13:13:39
KGEI equipment historic


Image Size:   
704 x 566
File Size:  201 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00203

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After its original installation on Treasure Island, the formal call sign was changed from W6XBE to KGEI. This particular image is a small jpeg, from a scan of the original photo taken in August of 1939. We are currently searching for the original print.
Year:
1939  Country: USA  Set: 19  Updated: 2006-06-01 13:08:58
KGEI equipment historic


Image Size:   
447 x 256
File Size:  48 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: La Mirada
00204

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Taken in August of 1939, this photo shows Michelle Magnin and Yvonne Bale of the Folies Bergere playing at the Golden Gate Exposition on Treasure Island, adding some hoopla to the new call letters of "KGEI," just assigned by the FCC. See other KGEI historic photos in the archive.
Year:
1939  Country: USA  Set: 19  Updated: 2008-08-16 15:28:19
KGEI equipment historic


Image Size:   
722 x 571
File Size:  242 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00205

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Two copies of this certificate were presented by U.S. President John F. Kennedy to FEBC President Robert H. Bowman in a special ceremony at the White House (see #200, #201). At the time of the Cuban missile crisis, there were only three private shortwave stations in the United States. One, operating out of Red Lion, Pennsylvania, to Europe, had been habitually critical of U.S. policy. In an attempt to control the the information going out internationally, Kennedy decided to request the private stations to suspend their own broadcasts, and instead relay VOA. Jim Bowman recalls that while the KGEI station manager Carl Lawrence was talking to press secretary Pierre Salinger on the phone from the Oval Office, telephone repairmen were already at the front door of the station, ready to install the phone line from VOA, giving the phrase "voluntarily canceled" a less than perfectly literal meaning.
Year:
1962  Country: USA  Updated: 2006-10-21 18:00:45
KGEI celebrity historic


Image Size:   
1050 x 824
File Size:  665 k
Original: Paper document
Stored: La Mirada
00206

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The KGEI 50kW transmitter, like many early transmitters, cooled its final tubes in water jackets. It required a massive water pumping system. Part of the system included a large copper tank under the transmitter where from where the water was drawn, after passing through a radiator in another part of the building. Most modern transmitters now use the vapor cooling method which only requires a radiator to recover steam as water and return it to the transmitter.
Year:
1960  Country: USA  Set: 29  Updated: 2008-08-05 21:53:42
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
580 x 717
File Size:  242 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00207

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One of the final vacuum tubes for KGEI's 50kW transmitter. Note the water jacket and copper tubes that circulate water from the downstairs cooling system. These tubes cost around $1200 (probably around $5000 in 2005 dollars) each and were rated at about 3000 hours. However KGEI often got considerably more than 10,000 hours out them. There was also at the time a "cottage industry" in tube repair for this type due to their widespread use in radio.
Year:
1970  Country: USA  Set: 29  Updated: 2008-08-05 21:53:58
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
566 x 708
File Size:  242 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00208

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The KGEI electronic shop. This photo, probably taken by General Electric prior to FEBC takeover, shows the shop in perfect order -all tools in their proper place - a sight rarely seen at a normal radio station. An enlargement of the calendar shows this is May of 1950.
Year:
1950  Country: USA  Set: 19  Updated: 2006-06-01 13:14:40
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
712 x 565
File Size:  197 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00209

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A view of the KGEI antenna field looking toward the northwest. The curtain arrays were for broadcasts to Latin America on 126 degrees. The center of the signal would pass through Mexico City, Quito, and Buenos Aires. The reverse (306) would pass directly through Tokyo and on to Manila. The taller towers belong to local NBC station KNBR.
Year:
1960  Country: USA  Set: 30  Updated: 2008-08-07 13:25:57
KGEI equipment


Image Size:   
714 x 573
File Size:  203 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00210

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KGEI publicity photo taken by General Electric probably between 1945-1955. Note the fancy facade, 16-inch transcription turntables.
Year:
1950  Country: USA  Set: 19  Updated: 2013-03-18 13:50:20
KGEI equipment historic


Image Size:   
950 x 761
File Size:  530 k
Original: Black & white Print
Stored: La Mirada
00211

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Aerial view of KFBS, Marpi Point, Saipan, looking toward the East. The picture was taken by professional photographer Del Benson, a gallery of whose pictures can be seen at www.delbenson.com
Year:
2002  Country: MNP  Set: 30  Updated: 2013-07-24 16:40:49
KFBS facility scene


Image Size:   
1000 x 786
File Size:  1122 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: Saipan
00212

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Black Tai, Tai Dam tribal lady. Identified by vivid colors of headdress and silver clasp buttons. Photo by Peter Hsu.
Year:
2002  Country: VNM  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 16:55:18
tribal


Image Size:   
1024 x 768
File Size:  567 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: La Mirada
00213

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Black Tai, Tai Dam vendors ply their wares in the region of Son La.
Year:
2002  Country: VNM  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 16:55:42
tribal


Image Size:   
1024 x 768
File Size:  703 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: La Mirada
00214

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Black Tai, Tai Dam boys. It is typical in Asia that trademarked images are pirated routinely, even if not reproduced with 100% accuracy.
Year:
2002  Country: VNM  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 16:55:52
tribal children


Image Size:   
1024 x 768
File Size:  584 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: La Mirada
00215

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Black Tai, Tai Dam girls on their way to school in the Son La area.
Year:
2002  Country: VNM  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 20:35:34
tribal children


Image Size:   
1000 x 750
File Size:  851 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: La Mirada
00216

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Black Tai, Tai Dam [blt] women.
Year:
2002  Country: VNM  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 16:56:12
tribal


Image Size:   
1024 x 768
File Size:  543 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: La Mirada
00217

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Black Tai, Tai Dam farming.
Year:
2002  Country: VNM  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 16:56:25
tribal scene


Image Size:   
1000 x 750
File Size:  903 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: La Mirada
00218

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B'laan children crowd around FEBC's B'laan broadcaster, a pastor who broadcasts on DXKI and lives among his listeners.
Year:
2000  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 16:57:56
tribal indigenous children broadcaster DXKI


Image Size:   
960 x 1280
File Size:  858 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: JB
00219

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B'laan children see their images on a digital camera.
Year:
2000  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 16:58:27
children DXKI


Image Size:   
1280 x 960
File Size:  659 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: JB
00220

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B'laan villagers. Near DXKI, Koronadal, this small village had no electricity or running water.
Year:
2000  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 16:58:43
ethnic DXKI


Image Size:   
1280 x 960
File Size:  733 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: JB
00221

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B'laan villagers near Koronadal, Cotabato, Mindanao. This was the only radio the village owned. As is the case in so many instances, the B'laan broadcast on DXKI was the only broadcast in their mother tongue.
Year:
2000  Country: PHL  Set: 4  Updated: 2008-08-31 16:58:53
ethnic radio DXKI listener


Image Size:   
1280 x 960
File Size:  677 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: JB
00222

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Palaung ladies take a cigar break. The Christian broadcasts are the only programs in the world in the Palaung language and are well received. Palaung radio is a case study of how FEBC integrates and complements other church planting efforts done through another mission agency.
Year:
2005  Country: MMR  Set: 4  Updated: 2009-07-06 17:46:35
tribal radio


Image Size:   
640 x 425
File Size:  347 k
Original: Digital image
Stored: Singapore


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