Found in 102 Collections and/or Records:
139 x 86 mm. Showing three European women and two African servants standing in front of a wooden bungalow, presumably at Mbabane. Neither the mission nor the women pictured have been identified.
140 x 87 mm. Showing a line of Swazi warriors, armed with sticks and clubs, performing a war dance.
87 x 139 mm. A full length portrait of a Swazi man wearing a loin cloth, lion skins and a European waistcoat and carrying a spear.
A diary describing Le Sueur's time in Africa, November 1997 - April 1998, 190 pages with a two-page index. The volume covers the journey out (pp. 1-3), Kenya (4-65), Tanzania (65-85), Malawi (65-98), Zimbabwe (99-113), Namibia (113-125), South Africa (126-152, 157-172 and 174-184), Lesotho (152-157), Swaziland (172-174) and the journey home (184-188).
Contains Kodachromes originally arranged in two sequences, which have been listed by processing number: 1-37 (numbers 11, 19 and 31 mare missing).
Includes material on Universities throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. Many, though not all, of the slides were taken by Ian Maxwell.
Delegates to the Swaziland Independence Conference pictured at the conference table at Marlborough House, London, 1968-02
140 x 87 mm. A view looking across the small Mbabane Falls.
208 x 147 mm. Showing spectators gathered under a makeshift awning in the exhibition ground. Bremersdorp (now known as Manzini) was named after one Albert Bremer who in 1887 opened a store there. From 1890-1902 (when it was succeeded by Mbabane) Bremersdorp was the administrative centre of the country.
[From the air].
[View in grounds].
[View in grounds].
An index to newscuttings on Abyssinia, Protectorates (RCMS 334/7/3) and the Union of South Africa (RCMS 334/7/6). The Abyssinia entries are for newscuttings of 1936, but the collection does not include cuttings from this year. There is no indication of when the index was produced.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.