Found in 20104 Collections and/or Records:
A full-length portrait.
A head and shoulders portrait.
Informal head and shoulders portrait. The caption below the photograph reads: 'The best tamburu I saw'.
Informal head and shoulders portrait. The caption below the photograph reads: 'This is not a tattoo but just a black dye, which can be washed off. This they do frequently (about once a fortnight) and paint on some entirely fresh and crazy design which they have thought of'.
Informal head and shoulders portrait. The caption below the photograph reads: 'These faint and numerous cicatrizations represent solely events in her sexual life; such as, - menstruations - husbands - intercourses and childbirths'.
160 x 210 mm.
154 x 204 mm. glossy print.
Coloured slides, 50 x 50 mm, mostly Kodak, originally stored in a carrying case. They relate to nursing in Nigeria and Ghana.
153 x 98 mm. glossy print with 111 x 150 mm. copy.
125 x 135 mm. Showing a woman stood holding a conical basket on her head, with a pipe in her mouth. Another woman and a child stand near her.
66 x 100 mm. A woman wearing the bush umbrella or sunshade of the type worn in the Banso and Bamenda districts. It is built on a bamboo frame that also forms the head piece and over the frame is stretched a closely woven matting of dried grass. It is light, adequately covers the wearer, and a child if she has one with her, allows both arms to be free and is absolutely waterproof.
A collection of high quality photographs, measuring 210 x 160 mm, mounted on black album sheets. They are uncaptioned but most have been identified from books on the Cape and on South African architecture; 25-31 are almost certainly photographs of Zulu peoples; the remainder are less clearly identified. Photographer unknown.
107 x 82 mm. Showing a woman with a bundle of branches on her head.
95 x 125 mm. Showing a woman with a large fully laden semi-circular basket balanced on her head. She holds a walking stick. The handwritten caption reads: 'These loads were incredibly heavy. Perhaps three hundred weight, which accounts for the dreadful legs of most of the women. The men generally carry only a stick!'
125 x 95 mm. Showing a woman with a large semi-circular basket balanced on her head. There are children and youths (mostly male) stood with her.
95 x 120 mm. Informal portrait.
65 x 125 mm. Showing a woman stood in front of a hut holding a large cylindrical pot on her head. She wears many bands around her ankles and arms, and material around her hips.
95 x 125 mm. Showing a woman carrying objects in a pot on her head. She is wearing a small 'skirt' or beaded 'cache-sexe'.
115 x 115 mm. Showing a woman carrying produce slung over her shoulder. She is wearing a short 'skirt' or a beaded 'cache-sexe'.
170b x 110 mm. Showing a woman sat outside a stone building engaged in some domestic activity with four young children around her.