Found in 20104 Collections and/or Records:
149 x 102 mm.
149 x 102 mm.
135 x 125 mm. A view of a circular church made form stones and wooden beams.
154 x 98 mm.
155 x 205 mm.
52 x 75 mm.
113 x 82 mm. A view looking towards thickly wooded hillside.
80 x 115 mm. A view from a clearing looking towards dense forest.
81 x 117 mm. Showing a woodland clearing with what appears to be a row of railway sleepers in the foreground.
81 x 117 mm. Very blurred.
140 x 107 mm.
A printed book illustrated by photographic prints. The captions have been used as titles and may contain offensive, inappropriate or outdated terms. They have been retained to reflect the context of the collection's creation. The book resulted from a journey from Cape Town via Kimberley and the Transvaal to the Victoria Falls and back to Port Elizabeth.
Monochrome postcards showing views in Freetown. Photographer and publisher unknown.
202 x 138 mm. Showing sacks filled with wool in a large warehouse and a group of graders posed in the centre of the photograph.
The print is initialled 'SA'.
180 x 147 mm. A view looking along an unsurfaced, tree lined street in Worcester in the Western Cape at the foot of the Hex River Mountains and near the Breede River.
110 x 65 mm. Showing five men stood around a well. There are two children in the foreground.
Work in the laboratory forms an important part of the Agricultural Course at Njala Training College, Sierra Leone, 1950 - 1959
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'Student Adi-Pratt is seen conducting an experiment'.
82 x 82 mm. glass slides with brief, undated captions. The slides appear to have been gathered for lecture purposes and are not necessarily on the work of the CMS. They relate to various parts of the continent.
82 x 82 mm. glass slides with brief, undated captions from K.H. Buxton, who is probably Kathleen Hannah Buxton (1905-1999), daughter of Reverend Leonard Buxton, the Vicar of North Mimms, Hertfordshire.
In the Southern Sahara (Niger).