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Sepia photograph, measuring 105 x 80 mm, mounted on card measuring 150 x 230 mm, with the crest of the regiment and 'Xmas Greetings and Best Wishes'. A calendar for 1930 is mounted on it.
An album of 73 photographs, mostly three to a page, measuring 145 x 88 mm. save for numbers 16-21, 31, 34-42 and 58-66, which measure 88 x 145 mm. Subjects are, for the most part, indigenous people and their animals. An obituary from The Times, included with the album, contains a tribute to Bieneman's work from a former pupil, Aliyu Makaman Bida.
Album of various sized prints, concerned with Sir Walter Buchanan-Smiths service with the Nigeria Regiment in the Cameroons (plates 1-8) and in German East Africa (plates 159-201). The captions are difficult to read as they are written on dark brown paper in black ink.
A collection of uncaptioned glass plates relating to Buchanan-Smith's service in Nigeria, showing his official residence, duties and travel, and Nigeria’s people and landscape. Y3043ZZ/29 appears to be a Yoruba Oba (chief) from southern Nigeria. It may be possible to identify the images with reference to Buchanan-Smith's Nigerian photographs at Y3043U-Y.
A collection of framed prints of various sizes, with captions stuck onto the glass (removed and now on reverse of frame).
A collection of Kodachrome transparencies of Nigeria from the collection of Canon David and Mrs Lois Hawkins. The transparencies are all captioned as listed. It is believed that they were used by the Hawkins in deputation work in England during their periodic home leaves.
Notes and extracts collected by Thomas concerning the history and administration of the Nigeria Bookshops of the Church Missionary Society, with related papers.
Collection of loose prints. It falls into two groups; 1-97 are a set illustrating a lecture by Professor Max Gluckman on Barotseland, and 98-186 are chiefly British Official photographs illustrating aspects of social, educational and economic progress in West Africa.