Sierra Leone (nation)
Found in 508 Collections and/or Records:
A forest of oil palms, 1000 yards inland from Sulima, Sherbro District, Sierra Leone. Photographed January 1898, 1898-01
154 x 110 mm. Showing a forest of oil palms near Sulima, with two policemen and a group of bearers on the path in the foreground.
Monochrome postcards published by A. Lisk-Carew, Freetown, Sierra Leone.
Memoir (228 pages) accompanied by notes and rough drafts (circa 100 pages). An index is filed with the collection.
111 x 156 mm. A full length portrait of a Mendi girl, dressed in a skirt of patterned cloth and wearing bracelets and a necklace.
Postcards showing views in Sierra Leone, particularly in Free Town. The majority are by the Lisk-Carew Brothers, number 14 is by the Sierra Leone Government, Raphael Tuck and Sons Ltd, and number 15 is by Ceylon Pictorials. Numbers 20 and 30 give no indication as to the photographer.
64 x 90 mm.
170 x 225 mm.
210 x 150 mm. Half a dozen woman and boys by a group of huts.
155 x 205 mm. Three women standing by mortars with an African in a straw hat behind, and a hut in the background.
Agricultural students at Njala Training College, Sierra Leone, at work on the experimental farm with Mr. G.C. Tayler, the Agricultural Assistant Officer, 1950 - 1959
Postcards showing views in Sierra Leone. Numbers 25-31 are tinted, 32-34 are sepia. Numbers 25-28 appear to be by the same publisher, 29-32 by another and 33-34 possibly by a third.
79 x 81 mm. glossy print.
180 x 120 mm. glossy print.
102 x 100 mm. glossy print with 154 x 108 mm. copy and 56 mm. negative.
A series of glass slides and transparencies of various universities, chiefly in Africa.
Archbishop Horstead greeting Sierra Leone’s Prime Minister, Sir Milton Margai, at St. George's Cathedral, 1961
88 x 133 mm. glossy print.
88 x 132 mm. glossy print.
114 x 150 mm. glossy print.
112 x 150 mm. glossy print.