Mbabane (inhabited place)
Found in 17 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. A view looking across the small Mbabane Falls.
[View in grounds].
[View in grounds].
208 x 155 mm. A front view of the row of veterans attending the service held to celebrate the coronation of George V.
207 x 151 mm. A view looking down on to the small single storey house and commercial premises that line the main street of Mbabane.
152 x 107 mm. Showing Swazis operating a bore of some kind, under the supervision of a European standing in the background.
207 x 151 mm. A portrait showing a large group of parents and children posed on, and in front of a veranda (presumably the school buildings at Mbabane).
203 x 155 mm. Showing a large group of Swazis, many with umbrellas, gathered round a troupe of dancers. In the background are two settlements of huts. The note on the back of the print continues: 'The house and huts in the background are occupied by the Chief Regent of the Swazis when she visits Mbabane.'
208 x 150 mm. Showing a European man and woman standing with their dog on the riverbank beside the small waterfall.
207 x 150 mm. A view looking along the race course from the finishing posts, with spectators gathered on either side of the track.
208 x 155 mm. A view looking across the Mbabane River (on the banks of which can be seen excavations from alluvial tin mining) towards the Residency grounds. The house is situated on a small rise overlooking the river and is largely obscured by a plantation of trees.
209 x 155 mm. Showing the front façade of the British Residency at Mbabane, a stone bungalow with a corrugated iron roof and a wooden trellis work veranda. A woman and child stands on the steps leading to the veranda. Robert Thorne Coryndon (Resident Commissioner 1907-1916) would have been in occupation at this date.