Found in 145 Collections and/or Records:
133 x 82 mm. glossy print.
A close-up view of a pelican on a rocky shore.
A view looking down a narrow alley showing a woman and small child behind a piece of cloth. The caption reads: 'Women go about under tents. Sometimes as many as six under one cover'.
A view showing MacDougall, with his back to the camera, in waist-deep water. Land can be seen in the background.
245 x 185 mm. Similar view to the preceding print but showing a different section of the harbour in the foreground.
246 x 191 mm. View looking down on wharves, shipping and the railway terminal. The print shows deep water berths 1-10.
79 x 80 mm. glossy print with two copies and 56 mm. negative.
79 x 80 mm. glossy print with copy and 56 mm. negative.
140 x 150 mm. Showing people in a busy street.
At Bishop's Court, Mombasa, 1901 or 1902 (same place as wedding reception of T.B.R. and Mrs Westgate given by Mrs Peel), 1901 - 1902
161 x 118 mm. Group portrait of missionary women and African (? servants). Identified on the reverse are: Mrs Pickthall, Mrs W.C. Peel, Miss Brewer, (?)Mrs English, (?)Miss Gedge, Miss Austin (?Agnes) English, Henrietta Westgate, Mrs Burns, Kathleen Crawford, Agneta Peel.
A view showing a wooden construction, on stilts, with a ramp leading up to it. A number of animals can be seen within the construction.
203 x 153 mm. General view of the bank premises, a two storey building with arched windows, a pitched and gabled roof and tiled sunshades over the windows of the main façade.
Bishop Mwang’ombe outside Mombasa Cathedral with the Rev. David Milton-Thompson after the latter's ordination, 1960 - 1969
155 x 108 mm. glossy print with two copies.
118 x 80 mm. glossy print.
159 x 110 mm. Group portrait of African servants.
A view along a beach showing cattle being herded into boats.
A view showing a man sitting in a sailing boat with the channel in the background.
210 x 140 mm. glossy print with copy.
152 x 97 mm. glossy print.
A collection of three uncaptioned loose prints measuring approximately 210 x 150 mm. There is no indication with the prints of what they depict and their source is unknown. The pictures illustrate attempts to remove a tree which has fallen across the path of a narrow gauge rail track. From the smallness of the line, it is possible that this is the trolley line on Mombasa Island.
109 x 112 mm. glossy print with copy and 56 mm. negative.
The postcard does not have a publisher's name printed on it but is of similar style to PC Kenya/13-18 which are by Swift Press.
A view showing two donkey's tethered to a post on the beach with a sailing boat in the background. The donkey's are both laying down.
A view showing two sailing boats resting on the sand at low tide with a water channel and land behind.
Monochrome postcard views of Mombasa. Published by D. Evaristo Coutinho and the Swift Press.