A man wearing native clothing including a headdress faces the camera in the foreground. Behind him stand a man, woman and several children in western clothing. Other people and a wagon stand in the distance.
Numerous men in native dress stand posed in a line. A woman in western dress stands on the far right of copy image. A wooden structure is visible behind the woman and a Model T style car can be seen at the back right of image. Several horses can be seen behind the men.
Three men stand posed for the camera. The man copy left is the same individual from the previous print wearing western-style clothing. The men standing in the centre and copy right wear native clothing. Additional individuals stand on either side of this group, not fully visible here.
Seven men dressed in native clothing stand facing the camera. The men on each end are only partially visible. Trees or bushes and the roof of some kind of structure are visible behind the men. A younger man or boy peeks out from behind the line of older men.
Item is a photograph showing five people seated with other people in the background. The image depicts Rajah Terrng, the brother of the King of Tering, seated in the center and his family. From left to right is Rajah Tering's unidentified daughter, son Chigin, son Shimi and his unidentified wife. The two women on the ends are wearing head dresses.
Item is a negative showing three men posing for the camera. The man in the centre, the abbot, is wearing an elaborate head piece and robe. The man to his left is wearing a mask. There is a building in the background.