Listening There: Scenes From Ghana

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October 5, 2010
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  Beauty parlor, Osu, Accra.
    Beauty parlor, Osu, Accra.
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  American Embassy, interior, decommissioned and modified. Architect: Harry Weese & Associates, 1956.
    American Embassy, interior, decommissioned and modified. Architect: Harry Weese & Associates, 1956.
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  Architect’s private residence, Accra. Architect: Kenneth Scott Associates, 1961.
    Architect’s private residence, Accra. Architect: Kenneth Scott Associates, 1961.
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  Architect’s private residence, living room, Accra. Architect: Kenneth Scott Associates, 1961.
    Architect’s private residence, living room, Accra. Architect: Kenneth Scott Associates, 1961.
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  Student and Cultural Center, University of Cape Coast. Architect: COMTEC (Renato Severino), 1964-67.
    Student and Cultural Center, University of Cape Coast. Architect: COMTEC (Renato Severino), 1964-67.
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  Statue of Ghana’s first president Kwame Nkrumah, looking towards the National Museum of Ghana, Accra.
    Statue of Ghana’s first president Kwame Nkrumah, looking towards the National Museum of Ghana, Accra.
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  Private residence, Accra. Architect: Nickson and Borys, 1962-66.
    Private residence, Accra. Architect: Nickson and Borys, 1962-66.
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  Private residence, roof veranda, Accra. Architect: Nickson and Borys, 1962-66.
    Private residence, roof veranda, Accra. Architect: Nickson and Borys, 1962-66.
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  Private residence, interior, Accra. Architect: Nickson and Borys, 1962-66.
    Private residence, interior, Accra. Architect: Nickson and Borys, 1962-66.
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  Private residence, Accra, 1958-61.
    Private residence, Accra, 1958-61.
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  Architect’s private residence, Accra. Architect: Lokko Associates, 2005-06.
    Architect’s private residence, Accra. Architect: Lokko Associates, 2005-06.
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