Ivory being sorted for export at Kampala, 1906 - 1911
Scope and Contents
140 x 80 mm. Showing three European officials supervising the sorting of elephant tusks at Kampala. At the left of the group stands (Sir) Alexander George Boyle (1827-1943), a Sub-Commissioner and later Acting Governor (1909-1910) after the departure of Sir Henry Hesketh Bell; the central figure standing beaneath an arch of tusks supported by Africans, is unidentified, as is the figure at the right of the photograph.
- 1906 - 1911
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CN 163 and CN 2528.
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- From the Fonds: Great Britain. Colonial Office. Visual Instruction Committee (Organization)
- From the Fonds: Fisher, Alfred Hugh, 1867 -1945 (artist and photographer) (Person)
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