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. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum . FIG. I. CASE FOR THE AHUULA. to avoid noise or floor disfigurement. The end door has its inner edge beveled and fitsinto a similar bed covered with poisoned felt; the lock is from Jenks, Middleborough,Mass., bolting top and bottom, and for greater security the bolt is held by an additionalYale lock. Within the end door are six wooden frames (covered on both sides withunbleached cotton cloth), which are supported by grooves top and bottom, and are readilywithdrawn and when out are supported by a movable trestle. To these frames on bothsides are at

. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum . FIG. I. CASE FOR THE AHUULA. to avoid noise or floor disfigurement. The end door has its inner edge beveled and fitsinto a similar bed covered with poisoned felt; the lock is from Jenks, Middleborough,Mass., bolting top and bottom, and for greater security the bolt is held by an additionalYale lock. Within the end door are six wooden frames (covered on both sides withunbleached cotton cloth), which are supported by grooves top and bottom, and are readilywithdrawn and when out are supported by a movable trestle. To these frames on bothsides are at Stock Photo
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. Memoirs of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum . FIG. I. CASE FOR THE AHUULA. to avoid noise or floor disfigurement. The end door has its inner edge beveled and fitsinto a similar bed covered with poisoned felt; the lock is from Jenks, Middleborough,Mass., bolting top and bottom, and for greater security the bolt is held by an additionalYale lock. Within the end door are six wooden frames (covered on both sides withunbleached cotton cloth), which are supported by grooves top and bottom, and are readilywithdrawn and when out are supported by a movable trestle. To these frames on bothsides are attached by a number of points the cloaks spread to their full extent, but sup-ported in so many places, in all readily detachable, that the least possible strain isbrought upon the fabric. These frames with the ahuula are well shown in Figs. 2 and 3. HIT Hill ? i,i.. ll w jJMp ? FIG. 2. FRAME SHOWING THE JOY A.HUULA.. FIG. 3. FRAME SHOWING SMALLER AHUULA AND LEI.

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