Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Coloured and monochrome postcards of East African wildlife and scenery by various publishers and photographers.
155 x 215 mm. Showing an ornately carved Arab doorway in Zanzibar town. Photograph probably by A.C. Gomes and Sons.
148 x 209 mm. Showing an ornately carved Arab doorway in Zanzibar town. Photograph probably by A.C. Gomes and Sons.
191 x 291 mm. A mounted print showing two Swahilis holding a huge pair of elephant tusks in front of an intricately carved Arab doorway in Zanzibar.
107 x 82 mm A seated studio portrait of the young Sultan of Zanzibar, wearing ceremonial robes and a turban and with a sword held across his lap. Seyyid Ali was sultan from 1902-1911 (under the regency of A.S. Rogers from 1902-05). He abdicated in 1911 and lived in Paris until his death in 1918.
108 x 86 mm. A studio portrait showing two gaily dressed Swahili girls with their arms around each other’s shoulders. Their hair is combed in the traditional manner (see Y3047A/27).
106 x 81 mm. A duplicate of Y3047A/27, showing a Swahili girl arranging another’s hair. The picture has been surrounded by a border of foliage and rephotographed.
106 x 81 mm. A studio portrait showing two Swahili girls wearing gala costumes.
Collection of monochrome postcards (original photographs) of Tanganyika (now Tanzania) scenes. Published by A.C. Gomes and Son, Dar es Salaam.
Contains loose prints by A.C. Gomes and Sons (unless otherwise specified) measuring approximately either 200 x 150 mm or 140 mm, and captioned on the reverse. Captions composed for this catalogue are enclosed in square brackets. Photographs show good views of the scenery, agriculture and races of Zanzibar.
An album containing photographs measuring 110 x 80 mm.
A collection of monochrome postcards of Zanzibar scenes, possibly published by A.C. Gomes and Sons.