Found in 1499 Collections and/or Records:
205 x 157 mm A duplicate of Y30468I/21.
Arap Kipkoske and a helper thatch the house he has built from the trees planted only five years ago, 1940 - 1949
Archbishop and Mrs Fisher at St. Paul’s United Theological College near Limura, with Peter Kariuki, cousin of Bishop Kariuki, 1955
205 x 152 mm. glossy print.
Archbishop at St. Paul’s United Theological College near Limura, talking to Rev. Samuel Mukoro, 1955
202 x 153 mm. glossy print.
Photograph taken during Archbishop Makarios' visit to Kenya.
122 x 174 mm. A view showing A.S. Rogers and an Arab, possibly the Liwals of Lamu (see Y30468A/45-46), seated on the ground with a soldier standing behind them.
122 x 174 mm. A view showing A.S. Rogers and an unidentified figure seated on a bench at the end of a pier, probably at Lamu.
173 x 119 mm. A view looking across a courtyard towards a bungalow on the verandah of which stands an unidentified figure, possibly A.S. Rogers.
140 x 150 mm. Showing people in a busy street.
151 x 107 mm. The caption on the reverse reads 'Asian Girl Guide units are well established throughout Kenya, and the movement is particularly strong in Nairobi. The Girl Guide Movement is divided between Europeans, Asians, and Africans for linguistic, not racial purposes. The Guides of all races meet together regularly for all kinds of Guide work. This picture shows Brownies (the Junior movement) receiving instruction on knot making'.
At Bishop's Court, Mombasa, 1901 or 1902 (same place as wedding reception of T.B.R. and Mrs Westgate given by Mrs Peel), 1901 - 1902
161 x 118 mm. Group portrait of missionary women and African (? servants). Identified on the reverse are: Mrs Pickthall, Mrs W.C. Peel, Miss Brewer, (?)Mrs English, (?)Miss Gedge, Miss Austin (?Agnes) English, Henrietta Westgate, Mrs Burns, Kathleen Crawford, Agneta Peel.
A view showing a wooden construction, on stilts, with a ramp leading up to it. A number of animals can be seen within the construction.
Showing a group of Borans at the wells. The location of this photograph is noted as Garba Tula in the typescript catalogue.
'Pouring rain. Cook's shelter under corrugated pent-house.'
40 x 65 mm.
152 x 108 mm. (modern print from RGS negative). Showing a recently shot antelope. See Gedge diary for 7th January 1890.
'Attempt at sketching terminus of Uganda railway and our four tents.' The watercolour shows railway sheds and trucks, and identifies which missionaries slept in the individual tents.
87 x 137 mm.
98 x 139 mm.
Showing tall bamboo groves in the forest near Mt Elgon. A print of this picture is not included in the original RCS collection and the Royal Geographical Society possesses a print but no negative.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.