Found in 223 Collections and/or Records:
Modern copy. Showing a group of pioneers camped at Asvogel Kop, with a semi-circle of wagons behind them and the hill rising in the background.
Showing part of the camp at Asvogel Kop with the unsaddled horses of the pioneers beside the ox-wagons.
156 x 201 mm. Showing an African woman in the village square pounding sorghum with a wooden pestle and mortar. Beside her stands a child and two hens.
Newscuttings on the States of Basutoland, Bechuanaland and Swaziland. Where possible the folders have been marked up with the original classmarks used in the index (RCMS 334/14).
201 x 156 mm. Showing three pupil nurses standing in front of the hospital entrance.
202 x 155 mm. Showing sandy scrubland interspersed with trees and bushes in the Kalahari. The caption on the reverse reads 'Official British mission investigates Bechuanaland's possibilities. An example of bush vegetation on the Kalahari'.
140 x 82 mm. A view looking along the Linyanti towards white water and rapids.
86 x 86 mm. Showing a large group of Africans seated in the open square at Serowe for a 'Kgotla', or formal meeting of the village called by the headman. The figure addressing the meeting this meeting is probably Khama or (Kgama) III (circa 1830/7-1923), Chief of the Ngwato (Bamangwato from 1875 until his death. The figure is too far away to be identified with certainty.
204 x 156 mm. The caption on the reverse reads 'This method is used to reduce corrugation and level dirt roads'. A more lengthy caption summarises the physical and human geography of the Bechuanaland Protectorate.
Showing an unidentified European standing in front of the ruined walls.
A similar view to Y3052A/20, showing the unidentified European seated on a rock in front of the same walls.
Showing three uniformed pioneers standing among the ruins also seen in Y3052A/20 and 21.
Contains Kodachromes originally arranged in two sequences, which have been listed by processing number: 1-37 (numbers 11, 19 and 31 mare missing).
140 x 83 mm. A view looking over the circular thatched huts of Serowe, the chief town of the Ngwato and first occupied by them in 1902 after the abandonment of Felepye.
87 x 85 mm. Showing a European in camp with his horse and dog.
65 x 41 mm. Showing two of Hodson’s African assistants holding two small shot deer by the feet.
141 x 85 mm. Showing a large group of Society Birds' nests in a tree growing in lightly wooded scrubland, with a figure on horseback at the base of the tree.
65 x 41 mm. Showing a collection of animal skulls, placed on the ground against a white background.
65 x 41 mm. Showing four Africans holding up the body of a dead springbok for the photographer. Reproduced in Hodson facing p 22 where the location is identified as Kooi Pan.
Students use blackboards to practice writing and drawing at the Government Teacher Training College, at Lobatsi, 1960 - 1965
204 x 156 mm. The caption on the reverse reads 'This, the only teacher training college in the Protectorate, accomodates a maximum of 100 students, fifty boys and fifty girls. A Colonial Development and Welfare Grant of £40,000 was made towards the establishment of the college'. A more lengthy caption summarises the physical and human geography of the Bechuanaland Protectorate.
126 x 101 mm. Showing a herd of long horned cattle on the sandy bank of the Tati River.
203 x 156 mm. Showing two children standing in the gateway of a brushwood stockade at Tati with circular thatched huts in the background.