Femme des Ouled-Naïls - Algeria 1911
A Ouled Nail dancer in full dress smoking a cigarette.
This is one of the series made of that particular dancer, here she is having the cigarette in her hand. The other postcard in the Bellydance Museum shows the same dancer having the cigarette in her mouth.
More than 100 years old postcard mailed from Oran, Algeria to a teacher in Belgium.
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Handwritten post card signed Oran 19/4/11 (1911)
Marked ND. Phot.
The brothers Étienne (1832–1918) and Louis-Antonin Neurdein (1846–1914) founded a publishing house in Paris around 1885.
Their postcards were marked with an ND logo.
Photographer Étienne Neurdein started the publishing business and his younger brother later joined him under the name ND. Phot. in the year 1905.
These postcards were one of the first publications.
Algeria was considered as a French province at that time, French stamps were the only legal poststamps as is shown on the back of this postcard.