Ollasic, Guyao, Guiwanas and Balinte
Four Kalinga maingor (warriors) photographed at the Baguio Carnival and Exposition of 1949.
All of these Kalinga men fought during the Japanese occupation and were photographed in their best durao (headdress) and baag (loincloth) for the Exposition.
Their tattoos (batek), which were badges of honor back home, were a big draw since most visitors had never seen tattooed warriors with spears (balbeg) before.
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