Found in 20093 Collections and/or Records:
55 x 60 mm. Showing men seated on the ground inside a large hut. They are looking at an European sat at a desk.
102 x 59 mm. Showing a row of African soldiers on the parade ground, probably at Okigwi, with rifles held in the firing position.
154 x 208 mm. A view looking along a small stream running through thick woodland, with two figures standing among the vegetation.
205 x 160 mm.
215 x 165 mm. There is a stamp on the reverse: 'Uganda Protectorate, Public relations Photographic Dept.'
200 x 130 mm.
Papers by Fergus Wilson and others, including four articles by Dr G. Rangaswami, Vice-Chancellor of the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, India.
A crop of bullrush millet, a traditional crop, on the Mahalapye [i.e. Mahalatswe] Agricultural Experimental Station, which was established in 1947, 1960-07
204 x 156 mm. Showing an African examining a plant in a field of Bullrush millet. A more lengthy caption summarises the physical and human geography of the Bechuanaland Protectorate.
140 x 105 mm.
140 x 105 mm.
Published and unpublished works on African history written by Gray, accompanied by research notes from archives and secondary sources.
365 x 250 mm. extract from the ‘Illustrated London News’ 20 December 1877, page 620.
It is possible that the places referred to are Dosso and Tahoua, both of them departments in south-western Niger. The major settlement of each department is called by the same name.
Showing pupils watching a teacher perform an experiment.
Measuring 220 x 285 mm, this album contains postcards, some of which are coloured. The majority portray Algiers (including 12 of the museum), Algerian people, Biskra, and the ruins of Timgad, Constantine, Tunis and Carthage.
110 x 160 mm.
130 x 85 mm.
200 x 215 mm.
160 x 210 mm. The caption continues: 'This picture gives some idea of the beautifully ornamented poops of the Arabian dhows which visit East Africa each year with the monsoon.'
215 x 165 mm.
210 x 160 mm. The caption continues: 'This picture shows typical rigging of a Muscat dhow. The main mast is about sixty feet high whilst the overall length is about one hundred feet.'
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.