Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:
[Interior private residence, Lourenço Marques?], 1899 - 1926
205 x 153 mm. Showing the drawing room of a house, presumably that in Y30468S/31. The mount shares a similar imprint.
Kaffir boys, Chirenda [historic title], 1905
79 x 104 mm.
Kiosks, L. Marques, 1899 - 1903
207 x 153 mm. Showing two of the kiosks which housed small businesses and stood at the corners of the main squares. These probably stood on the Rua D.Luiz on the northern end of the Praça Mousinho D’Albuquerque, with the Governor’s Secretary’s building and the Civil Police Station in the background. If this is so, then the absence of tram lines would date the print to pre-1904. Signed ‘J.Lazarus Photo.’
Lakes Tanganyika and Nyasa Expedition, 1925-02 - 1929-03-29
Diaries and notes written by Christy during his leadership of the British Museum exploring and zoological expedition to Lakes Tanganyika and Nyasa.
[Lorenco Marques], 1900 - 1910
167 x 114 mm. [Missing]. A print mounted on card, showing a similar portion of the town and harbour of Lorenco Marques as in Y305J/131. Some of the turrets of the Old Armoury (largely concealed by a hill) can be seen at the extreme right of the print.
Lorenco Marques, Delagoa Bay, 1900 - 1910
207 x 152 mm. A general view of Lorenco Marques from the sandhills behind the town. The Old Armoury stands in the foreground with the wharf area and harbour beyond.
Lourenço Marques, 1899 - 1908
205 x 156 mm. View from the sandy hills to the northeast looking down on to Lourenço Marques and the estuary of the English River as it enters Delagoa Bay. The old Powder Magazine is in the foreground with wharfs and the dock area beyond. Signed ‘J. Lazarus. Photo.’
Mambone Garden. East African 1905, 1905
145 x 90 mm.
Mapoch [sic] girl, 1899 - 1908
153 x 207 mm. Study of a Chopi girl, with hair shaved round the head up to the level of the temples, seated on a rock by a river. She wears a beadwork necklace and loincloth and bracelets on the wrist and upper arm. Signed ‘J. & M. L.’
Mozambique [i.e. Moçambique], 1875 - 1880
193 x 130 mm. A view looking along the waterfront at Mozambique with a square and bandstand in the background.
Mozambique - old church, 1880
The print is initialled 'SA'.
Mozambique - the fort, 1880
‘Mshongolo,’ Delagoa Bay Kafirs’ Dance, 1899 - 1908
206 x 152 mm. Showing a group of Chopi men performing a stick dance, watched by a crowd of women in the foreground. The meaning of ‘mshongolo’ has not been determined but is possibly a corruption or earlier form of ‘msahone’, the Chopi term for a dancing place or performance. See Hugh Tracey, ‘Chopi musicians, their music, poetry and instruments’ (London, 1970), pp. 85-6. Signed ‘J. & M. Lazarus, Photos’.
New Cuttings, 1950 - 1970
A collection of new cuttings relating to Gray's African research, including extracts from the 1880s and 1890s.
Newscuttings on East Africa
Old Powder Magazine, Lourenço Marques, (Delagoa Bay), 1899 - 1908
191 x 140 mm. View from near the seashore up towards the hill on which the magazine stands. Signed ‘J.E.M. Photo’.
On the right sweet cassava, Manihotaipi poht; [centre and left] young coconut plants in the nursery beds, Chirenda Experimental Station, 1900 - 1920
199 x 150 mm.
Passenger Pier, Lourenço Marques, 1899 - 1908
207 x 152 mm. Showing the wooden passenger pier at Lourenço Marques with small boats moored beside it and steamers at anchor in the harbour. Signed ‘J & M Lazarus, Photos’.
Ponta Vermelha (Reuben Point) Delagoa Bay, 1899 - 1908
207 x 153 mm. View from above Lourenço Marques looking along the foreshore towards the headland of Reuben Point with residential houses on top of the hillside. Signed ‘J.Lazarus Photo.’
Port Captain’s Office, 1899 - 1908
204 x 155 mm. Showing the single storey building with a flagstaff behind and the harbour beyond. Above the verandah is the legend ‘Capitania Do Porto’. Photograph taken from the Rue Do Tte. Almeida just north of the Passenger Pier. Signed ‘J & M Lazarus. Lourenço Marques’.
Prison, Lourenço Marques, 1899 - 1904
204 x 155 mm. Showing the prison block situated at the junction of the Avenida Dom Carlos and the Avenida Castilho. The partially completed tramlines date the photograph to some time before Feb. 1904 when the tramway system was opened. Signed ‘J.Lazarus Photo’.
[Private residence, Lourenço Marques?], 1899 - 1926
205 x 130 mm. View looking over a garden towards a bungalow with a corrugated iron roof and carved wooden verandahs on which stand two European men and a woman. The mount bears the legend ‘Wishing you a happy New Year’ and is also stamped ‘C. Manners’, presumably the photographer’s name, though he is not listed in the ‘Delagoa Directory’ between 1899 and 1926.
Published articles, 1950 - 1970
Offprints, drafts and research notes of articles Gray published in ‘Uganda Journal’, ‘Tanganyika notes and records’ and other periodicals.