Found in 1499 Collections and/or Records:
156 x 201 mm. A duplicate of Y30468I/13.
118 x 168 mm. A view looking along the beach at Lamu towards the British Residency, above which the Zanzibar flag is flying.
166 x 118 mm. A view looking along the Lamu waterfront after the departure of the ceremonial launch seen in Y30468A/19.
169 x 121 mm. A view looking along a waterfront, probably at Lamu, and showing a cluster of thatched huts with more substantial buildings in the background.
210 x 160 mm. Showing a woman sat at a loom. The caption continues: 'Much attention is being devoted to the development of spinning and weaving as a home industry.'
141 x 96 mm. Group portrait of the wedding couple and other Europeans. Identified on the reverse are: Revd. K. Binns, Mr Wright, Bishop Peel, Mr Hamshere.
Showing the camel patrol entering the settlement of circular thatched huts.
202 x 115 mm. Showing the slip-way, a wooden track resting on stone bedding, entering Lake Victoria at Port Florence [Kisumu]. Photograph by Benjamin Whitehouse
204 x 141 mm. A view looking across an open square towards a flagpole and long thatched buildings. The building at the right (in front of which stands an armed soldier) is probably a barracks.
201 x 140 mm. A view looking along an unsurfaced street towards a well, with thatched houses at the left of the print.
153 x 98 mm. glossy print with 111 x 150 mm. copy.
210 x 160 mm. Showing a group of women each wearing a headdress. There are many spectators in the background.
200 x 145 mm. Showing women with sticks dancing, probably at Kisii festival.
200 x 145 mm. Showing women dancing, probably at Kisii festival.
A full-length photograph of a Turkana woman.
150 x 205 mm. Showing two men wrestling. There is a very large crowd of spectators some distance away.
160 x 210 mm. Showing two men wrestling. There is a very large crowd of spectators some distance away.
160 x 120 mm. Showing two men wrestling. There is a very large crowd of spectators some distance away.
30 x 55 mm. Showing a young girl wearing many necklaces and arm and leg bands.
138 x 210 mm. glossy print with copy.
Young Suk taking planting material from a demonstration plot for planting in their own fields, 1940 - 1949
An ink annotation on the reverse reads 'Return to E.O. Horne. Rag. Gathampton. Yeovil. Somerset. England'.
An unpublished account of the role of the early district officer in Kenya and the problems inherent in implementing policy, with illustrations and maps, 501 pages. There is a five-page survey of sources, but only limited source references. The book was written with the financial support of the Department of Technical Cooperation, which enabled Cashmore to spend two years on research and writing, one of which was spent in Kenya. The volume is dated at the front October 1964.
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