Mombasa (inhabited place)
Found in 111 Collections and/or Records:
66 watercolours, 150 x 200 mm in size. The captions, including the names of institutions, have been recorded as found and may include language which is offensive, inaccurate or inappropriate. They have been retained to reflect the context of the collection's creation. Notes provided by H.B. Thomas have been incorporated into the description.
205 x 129 mm. A row of African police on parade. The African in command, at the left, is probably Michael Dowman.
'Dispensary and orphan's dormitory in background.'
76 x 57 mm. General view looking along the headland towards Government House and other residences in the area. With the sea on the left.
207 x 156 mm. A duplicate of Y30468G/8.
203 x 152 mm. View looking across a garden towards a verandahed house. The note on the reverse states that it was occupied by a company employee, John Robert Wilson Pigott (1850-1928), during IBEA Co. times and by Charles William Hobley (1857-1947) when he was Provincial Commissioner of Seyidieh Province (appointed 1912). The house was built on the site of the Katherine Bibby Hospital.
Published and unpublished works on African history written by Gray, accompanied by research notes from archives and secondary sources.
Photographs are numbered from left to right in vertical columns.
203 x 157 mm. A duplicate of Y30468G/21.
190 x 245 mm. Showing sacks of produce being winched on board a ship moored at Kipevu deep water berths.
'On right water tank, roofed over. N's nuns' veiling garments, washed by herself, drying on balcony.'
135 x 95 mm. A general view of grassland. Two people can be seen in the background walking through the long grass, and beyond them, buildings or huts amongst the trees.
89 x 61 mm.
191 x 196 mm. View along a wharf at Kilindini towards railway freight trucks, a crane and a moored ship.
Monochrome postcard views of Mombasa. Published by D. Evaristo Coutinho and the Swift Press.
190 x 245 mm. Showing cranes transferring produce from the fork lift trucks to steamers moored alongside the wharves.
Miss Elizabeth Hannington with Bishop Mwang’ombe on the day of his consecration in Mombasa Cathedral, 1965
152 x 110 mm. glossy print with 80 x 79 mm. copy.
75 x 55 mm. A view of a beach or shoreline from a road which seems to run through the water.
75 x 55 mm. A view from a rooftop looking towards the coastline.
75 x 55 mm. A walled street scene. A flag is flying.
88 x 62 mm. A house above the shoreline.
88 x 62 mm. A view from a rooftop looking towards the coastline.
Largely commercial photographs showing scenes of the harbour, ships, beaches, old town, market, Fort Jesus, Nyali Bridge, court house, city centre, and First World War Memorial.
159 x 117 mm. Group portrait of missionaries and their wives. Identified on the reverse are: Miss Deed, Kathleen Crawford, Mr and Mrs Bierns, Mrs Pickthall, Mr Hamshere.