Found in 20093 Collections and/or Records:
185 x 235 mm. glossy print.
102 x 75 mm. A view showing a group of women carrying water in tin cans on their heads, probably in Zanzibar Town.
200 x 145 mm. Showing women with sticks dancing, probably at Kisii festival.
200 x 145 mm. Showing women dancing, probably at Kisii festival.
105 x 80 mm. A view showing women filling cans and jugs at a country well.
Approximately 220 x 160 mm. Photographer unknown.
210 x 160 mm.
85 x 85 mm. Negative only.
65 x 41 mm. Showing a group of Bakalahadi women grinding a pile of berries laid in an animal skin with a large wooden pestle. Reproduced in Hodson facing p 90, where the location is identified as Ngoatie.
Showing a number of women and children grinding corn on rocks.
130 x 155 mm.
85 x 80 mm.
Unpublished draft of work (circa 18,000 words) by Lady Smedley entitled, ‘Women of Ghana’, dated 9 March 1966, accompanied by draft sheets and notes; letters with comments on the draft from Dr Letitia Obeng (Zoologist, Ghana), 17 August 1966; Don Taylor, 14 August 1966 and Docia A.N. Kisseih; and correspondence with Curtis Brown Literary Agency and Longmans regarding attempts to publish the work, 1966.
45 x 65 mm. Showing two women sat on camels. Location unidentified but probably Egypt.
65 x 45 mm. Showing two women sat on camels. Location unidentified but probably Egypt.
Part of a proposed editorial introduction to David Livingstone's Zambesi journal, 1861-1863. There is a covering letter to D.H. Simpson, 11 June 1975.
Women picking cloves from the ground (the higher branches are usually harvested by men and boys), 1930 - 1950
210 x 160 mm.
141 x 84 mm. Showing two Hausa women bowing to one another.
103 x 76 mm. Showing a group of female teachers seated at forms in a classroom.
A full-length photograph of a Turkana woman.
95 x 130 mm. Showing a woman carrying a very large basket of what appears to be sticks and twigs on her head. She is wearing a small 'skirt' made out of beads and leather strips.
125 x 130 mm. Showing two women with pots at their feet.
95 x 135 mm. Showing three women, two of whom have large circular pots on their heads, the other is sitting on one behind them.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.