*In the last part of the 19th century, Western photographers in Egypt provided their receptive European audience with staged and posed scenes which tourists were convinced were enacted daily in the narrow streets their guides hurried them past. This exploitative stereotype of an unveiled woman, with her heavy-lidded reverie and smoldering cigarette, evokes sensual states associated with the use of hashish. From Excursions Along the Nile: the Photographic Discovery of Ancient Egypt, Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Analysis from essay by Kathleen Stewart Howe, pp. 41-43; photo p. 137. Travelers in an Antique Land: Early Travel Photography in Egypt exhibition itinerary: the Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, Feb. 4 - April 14, 1996; the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO, Oct. 20 - Dec. 3, 1996; the Field Museum of Chicago and the U. of Pennsylvania (contact for dates). Catalog available through The U. of New Mexico Press, 1720 Lomas Blvd. NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87131, and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art Bookstore, 1130 State St., Santa Barbara, CA, 93101.