Found in 1837 Collections and/or Records:
Coloured slides, 50 x 50 mm, mostly Kodak, originally stored in a carrying case. They relate to nursing in Nigeria and Ghana.
210 x 150 mm.
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'Each boy is issued with blankets and a mosquito net'.
102 x 59 mm. Showing a row of African soldiers on the parade ground, probably at Okigwi, with rifles held in the firing position.
A 'Fulani' stock bull at the Department of Agriculture stock farm and experiment station at Shika, 1933 - 1964
205 x 155 mm. Detailed view of a bull. Shika is near Zaria in Northern Nigeria.
102 x 59 mm. A dark print showing soldiers seated in a clearing beneath the shade of overhanging trees, with crates of rations and baggage in the foreground.
102 x 59 mm. Showing porters resting on a woodland track.
102 x 59 mm. Showing a canvas hammock with awning, carried by four African soldiers.
205 x 150 mm. The caption continues: 'Note groundnut haulms stored in the trees for cattle fodder in the dry season.'
160 x 210 mm. View of a Kopje, in this case a granite or rock formation, on an otherwise smooth plain.
112 x 155 mm. Showing a hunter posed beside a village hut, holding his bow and with a leather basket slung over one shoulder. In the background a small circular thatched granary can be seen.
113 x 159 mm. A close-up view of a hunter using his bow and showing clearly the position of the hands and the leather (?and iron) ring attachment tied to the bowstring in order to facilitate drawing.
115 x 159 mm. Showing a Korama hunter posed in the act of drawing his bow.
114 x 159 mm. A full-length profile portrait of a Korama youth standing in a field. The boy is wearing a ragged cloth tunic and has his hair shaved close at the front and arranged in long strands behind.
160 x 114 mm. A view looking down on a small Korama village, with ploughed earth in the foreground. The print shows clearly the layout of the village as described by Meek (Meek 1931, p.177). The huts are circular, of mud, and with thatched roofs, and are grouped around a central compound. At the side of the village nearest the camera is a large family granary, a mud building about ten feet high raised on bricks to keep out damp.
112 x 158 mm. Showing a Korama woman with a circular waterpot resting on a woven cushion on her head.
73 x 103 mm. Showing the seal-like body of a recently captured manatee on the bank of the Niger, with Bell standing in the background.
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'The children are being taught as a first stage to write in the sand'.
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'Abu Mawashi, whose home is at Kat Katsima in the Northern Provinces. He is taking the pre-medical course. After 1½ years at the College he hopes to be admitted to the Medical School of Nigeria, where he will do another five years training. If he graduates successfully he may then either obtain an appointment as an Assistant Medical Officer or launch out in private practice'.
102 x 59 mm. Showing a group of African musicians, with spectators in the background. Probably at the Accession Proclamation 1910.
102 x 59 mm. Showing an elderly African standing in front of the military quarters under construction at Ogoja.
109 x 62 mm. Showing a large group of Africans seated in an open space in front of thatched huts, with piles of yams bound in bundles in the foreground.
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