This photo was taken in 1919 by Alfred Martin Duggan-Cronin: "The blacksmith is using bellows (mouba) made of the skin of a steenbok. Connecting the bellows with the fire is a nozzle of earthenware made by the smith himself. His anvil is an old rail, but formerly a stone was used. The Bechuana seem to have been acquinted with the art of smithing since quite early times. The position of the smith is an honourable one."