Booth, R W, fl. 1910 (photographer)
- Existence: fl. 1910
R.W. Booth was possibly an administrator in Basutoland (now Lesotho) circa 1910. Booth was an amateur photographer.
Sources: Typescript copy of 'Index to Photographers'.
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
97 x 120 mm. Showing a uniformed private, armed with a rifle, standing at attention beside his horse.
122 x 96 mm. Showing a group of pack horses and a few men climbing the steep grassy pass from Natal into Basutoland.
97 x 121 mm. Showing a spur of sheer cliffs jutting out over the valley floor.
Bushman Caves near Miskebe's village on road from Lehlabalhabes to Qache's [i.e. Qacha's] Nek, 1910 - 1911
96 x 121 mm. Showing an African standing with two horses in front of a cliff face. The caves themselves are not clearly visible in the photograph.
96 x 120 mm. Showing a similar cliff face to that in the preceding print, with a shallow stream in the foreground.
Chief Rafalakasi and his brother (?) Khucle on visit to Mokhoblang [i.e. Mokhotlong?] Camp and his followers, 1910 - 1911
121 x 97 mm. Showing the Chief and his brother, mounted on horseback, with a retinue of followers riding behind.
96 x 121 mm. Showing a rock face composed, like much of the Drakensberg Range, of sheer cliff interspersed with broken scree.
121 x 96 mm. Showing precipitous krantzes (high rock walls encircling a valley) in the Drakensberg Mountains.
96 x 122 mm. A view looking along the track which clings to the lower slopes of the rock faces at the edge of the Nomahadi Pass in the Drakensberg Mountains.
121 x 96 mm. A view looking past a rock face in the Drakensberg Mountains, towards the lower lying land of Natal.
Grave of Natal Carabineers killed in Langalabelele Rebellion at the top of Langalabelele Pass, Basutoland-Natal border, 1910 - 1911
97 x 121 mm. Showing the cairn of stones erected in memory of the Natal Carabineers killed during the rising of 1873.
121 x 96 mm. Showing a group of trek horses grazing on a slope in the pass, with the barrier fence visible at the right of the print.
Showing horses grazing in the foreground with a few huts rather indistinctly visible on the rocky hillside beyond.
121 x 97 mm. A slightly blurred view showing pack horses grazing on snow covered land, with a tent and two figures at the left of the print.
122 x 96 mm. Showing two Africans of the Basutoland Mounted Police standing with a group of pack horses in front of a large split domed rock.
120 x 97 mm. A view looking down on the camp from a nearby hill, with cattle grazing in a field in the foreground, a cluster of houses at the right, and mountains in the distance. Situated in eastern Basutoland, the town was founded in 1888 as a site to facilitate the paying of taxes and the issuing of passes.
120 x 97 mm. A view looking along a valley floor along which a small river runs with a flat-topped mountain on the skyline.