First Agricultural Show, Bremersdorp, 1911-06
Scope and Contents
208 x 147 mm. Showing spectators gathered under a makeshift awning in the exhibition ground. Bremersdorp (now known as Manzini) was named after one Albert Bremer who in 1887 opened a store there. From 1890-1902 (when it was succeeded by Mbabane) Bremersdorp was the administrative centre of the country.
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Biographical / Historical
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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Fair condition, some overall fading.
PJ. The Agricultural Show was held in June 1911 (information supplied by Huw M. Jones).
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Finding aid date
- From the Fonds: Great Britain. Colonial Office. Visual Instruction Committee (Organization)
- From the Fonds: Fisher, Alfred Hugh, 1867 -1945 (artist and photographer) (Person)