Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
View of cannon on the ramparts of the Spur, built about 1750. An English Fort was begun on this spot in the 1690s; it has endured many sieges and has undergone a great deal of rebuilding.
The caption on the reverse reads: 'Dixcove, near Seccondee, Gold Coast. One of the most picturesque of the old forts built on the Coast of the Gulf of Guinea in the early eighteenth century'.
The caption on the reverse reads: 'Gold Mine, Gold Coast. This is one of the Mines on the Banquet Reef, near Tarquah, in the Gold Coast Colony'.
Guggisberg stated: 'The open-air painting of Abbontiakoon, with its variety of greens, the winding track of the Government Railway to Coomassie in the foreground and the distant blue hills, give a characteristic scene in the mining district' (Guggisberg, Gold Coast News, no. 25).
165 x 115 mm. The caption on the reverse reads '(10). A view of the log pond at Takoradi Harbour, where logs of all classifications, shapes and sizes await shipment'. A cargo vessel is moored in the background.
Many images of woodland and logging scenes. The original numbering of the images has been followed.
The negative envelope is numbered '64'.
116 x 137 mm. The caption on the reverse reads '(See Feature Set Intro. No. 506). (2). Ore from the five shafts of the A.B.A. company comes to the central mills by rope railways winding up the wooded valleys around Tarkwa. Main Reef is about 2,000 ft. down'.
'No. 118' printed on bottom left corner.
The caption on the reverse reads: 'Seccondee Port. One of the principal ports of the Gold Coast. 340,000 tons of exports and imports were handled in 1923 in spite of restricted wharfage'.