Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
110 x 70 mm. Showing many people sat at tables. Hebbert is sat at the table in the foreground, second in from right. Mrs Hebbert is second from the left, identified as 'LMH'.
135 x 85 mm. Showing eight Europeans stood by the racetrack. Hebbert is fifth from the left. Mrs Hebbert is third from the left, identified as 'LMH'.
95 x 125 mm. Showing Hebbert and Anne in their garden.
85 x 110 mm. Showing the couple stood posing in Hebbert's garden.
95 x 125 mm. Showing the couple stood in their garden.
115 x 175 mm. Showing Hebbert and his wife Anne in fancy dress. Hebbert carries a sword and shield, Anne has her hair in plaits. Both have blackened their faces. Anne is identified beneath the print as 'LMH'.
125 x 95 mm. Showing a group sat in wicker chairs in Hebbert's garden. Colonel and Mrs Hebbert are stood, the others are seated and are identified under the print as: Elsie Barter, LMH and Miss Low.
90 x 120 mm. Showing Hebbert and his wife Anne stood beside the road.
120 x 90 mm. Showing Hebbert and his wife Anne stood beside their automobile, with their luggage piled up around them. The caption beneath the image reads 'The luggage which all fitted inside the car.'
135 x 85 mm. Showing a line of people sat behind a rope barrier. Presumably they are watching a polo match. There is a marquee pitched behind them. Hebbert and his wife Anne are fifth and sixth from the left. On the reverse of the print are two words, one of which may be 'Khartoum', with the date '1938'.
85 x 115 mm. Showing people seated in groups in a garden. A few people have been identified in pencil beneath the print, but are mostly illegible. Hebbert is sat fourth from the left, his wife, identified as LMH, is second from the left.
125 x 95 mm. A view of the Sunni landscape. A man and woman (perhaps Colonel and Mrs Hebbert) are stood admiring the view.
Numbered and labelled slides from the Hebberts' trip to Ethiopia.