Found in 1499 Collections and/or Records:
79 x 81 mm. glossy print with 56 mm. negative. Stovold was Chairman and President of Holstars [?] Football Club
Capt. Playfair's Report to the Bombay Government on the Wanika country, 3 Apr. 1864, including descriptions of the CMS and UFMC Missions, 1950 - 1970
Published and unpublished works on African history written by Gray, accompanied by research notes from archives and secondary sources.
Captain T. Anderson, Town Clerk of Kisumu, laying foundation stone of the Owen Memorial Hall, Meseno, with Bishop Festo Olang’ on the right and K.E. Stovold on the left, 15 July 1955, 1955
78 x 120 mm. glossy print.
With monkey on his knee.
203 x 159 mm. A duplicate of Y30468J/21.
205 x 158 mm. A duplicate of Y30468H/7.
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'When ready for pulling they will be sold to the dried Vegetable Factory a few miles away'.
Showing a line of women carrying tins and baskets of manure to the fields.
157 x 106 mm. Two cars, one of which is being worked on, probably on the Nairobi-Ngong Road.
79 x 54 mm. Two cars, one of which is being worked on, probably on the Nairobi-Ngong Road.
160 x 115 mm. View of one animal. The caption reads: 'Number 214 - Exceeded 400 falls in 320 days.'
160 x 115 mm. View of one animal. There is a caption on the reverse but it is largely illegible.
160 x 115 mm. View of one animal, identified as 'Number 277.'
160 x 115 mm. View of one animal, identified as 'Number 277 - 'Blossom'.' The caption continues but is largely illegible.
160 x 115 mm. View of one animal, identified as 'Number 302'. The caption continues but is largely illegible.
160 x 115 mm. View of one animal, identified as 'Number 177'.
110 x 80 mm. Showing a man driving oxen yoked together in pairs, beside a field.
105 x 80 mm. Showing cattle in the road. Perhaps Watusi cattle.
A view along a beach showing cattle being herded into boats.
155 x 113 mm. A view looking towards the cave mouth where two Africans stand, with lush vegetation on the hillside in the foreground.
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