Reveals the central function of nats and spirit mediums in assuaging the daily burdens of recent Burmese life. Shows the special area of interest in Burmese society for the gay men who function the first conduits for the spirits. Considered neither male nor female, they are regarded with a curious mix of disdain and reverence.
Kenneth Harris was a library clerk interested in photography. He turned a photographer for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Depue also partnered with Calvin F. Todd, a business photographer in Washington, 1921. Denman is listed in The International annual of Anthonys photographic bulletin and American process year-book , Volume 14, 1902 as the Vice President of the Washington Camera Club, which was established May 18, 1900.