Harley Reports on Ancient African Religious Customs
Spent 12 Years Investigating Poro, Secret Society
George W. Harley, research associate in Anthropology, recently reported the results of 12 years spent in Liberia studying the ancient and mystic religious rites of the African natives.
Once including 2,000,000 members but now halved by government efforts, the Poro, secret religious society, was the chief object of Harley's investigations. He brought back a collection of more than 300 of the wooden ceremonial masks used by Poro members.