Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:
165 x 215 mm. View through roadside trees.
165 x 190 mm. View through roadside trees.
210 x 160 mm. Showing a mountain in the distance. The caption continues: '... from the verandah of the house in picture three.' 'Picture three' is missing.
165 x 215 mm. Looking from a verandah at a mountain in the distance.
205 x 152 mm. View looking down onto a section of a town (?Zomba or Blantyre) with wooded hills in the distance.
155 x 203 mm. This picture shows a general view of the Conference.
A view showing a woman walking on a beach. The typescript catalogue states that this photograph was taken in Tanzania. However, no trace can be found of a Nyika in Tanzania. It may possibly be in Malawi, as there is a Nyika National Park and Plateau close to Lake Nyasa which is the likely location of the photograph adjacent to this on the album page.
166 x 115 mm. The caption on the reverse reads '(8). By the end of the morning drilling has been completed. European and African work side by side charging the holes with gelignite and preparing fuses for order of firing'.
A diary describing Le Sueur's time in Africa, November 1997 - April 1998, 190 pages with a two-page index. The volume covers the journey out (pp. 1-3), Kenya (4-65), Tanzania (65-85), Malawi (65-98), Zimbabwe (99-113), Namibia (113-125), South Africa (126-152, 157-172 and 174-184), Lesotho (152-157), Swaziland (172-174) and the journey home (184-188).
151 x 206 mm. Britain’s Secretary of State for the Colonies, Mr. Iain Macleod, (left), talking to Sir Hilton Poynton, Permanent Under Secretary to the Colonial Office, at the opening session of the Nyasaland Constitutional Conference at Lancaster House, London.
210 x 165 mm. A view of a car on a wooden float on the near bank of a river. In the near distance can be seen another ferry, carrying a truck and over a dozen foot passengers.
Notebook (36 pages) describing some of the fish collected, the locations where they were found, and how they were packed for transportation.
Chiefs from the Yao and Angoni Tribes at Jeanes Training Centre, Domesi, near Zomba, Nyasaland [Malawi], 1938-06-23
210 x 160 mm. The caption continues: 'The influence of the Christina missions in Nyasaland has been profound and beautiful churches built largely of local materials bear witness to this fact in most areas of the country.'
165 x 210 mm.
Includes material on Universities throughout the Commonwealth of Nations.
Includes material on Universities throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. Many, though not all, of the slides were taken by Ian Maxwell.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.