Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
28 0x 220 mm. A view looking towards the harbour at Cabinda with residential houses, cultivated plots of land and a long, narrow, single-storey thatched building (?labourers' quarters) in the foreground. The Cabinda enclave was an autonomous area, at this time under the control of Portugal, separated from Angola by the Congo (Zaire) River.
233 x 144 mm. A view from a hillside looking over the huts of the village of Casengo, towards jungle and distant mountains.
205 x 138 mm. Showing two Europeans and a large band of Africans (holding paddles) grouped around the body of a hippopotamus on the muddy bank of a river (possibly the Cuanza).
225 x 147 mm. Showing a group of Europeans and Africans standing in a square planted out with banana trees, with a few small bungalows in the background. Landana is situated twenty four miles north of Cabinda.
221 x 147 mm. A view looking over a settlement of thatched huts towards a group of European buildings (? the Portuguese trading post) standing on the bank of the river at the left. The photograph is most probably of the village of Bom Jesus on the lower Cuanza, ten miles west-south-west of Catete.
219 x 140 mm. A view showing waterfront buildings at Mossamedes (Mocamedes) with the sea beyond. This fishing point is situated in Huila Province in south-west Angola, 200 miles south of Benguela.
60 x 80 mm. Oval print. A head and sholders profile of an African with braided hair, a short beard, and wearing bead necklaces. Bailundo, renamed Vila Teixeira de Silva in 1930, is situated in Benguela Province forty miles north of Nova Lisboa.
115 x 143 mm. A full length studio portrait of two men from Luanda posed against a stone pediment.
225 x 141 mm. A view looking over the roofs of the town towards the fortress of Sao Miguel (completed 1689) which stands on a spit of land overlooking the harbour and town.
222 x 145 mm. A view looking over the hill on which the fortress of Sao Miguel stands and looking towards the town.
112 x 147 mm. A studio portrait showing a Luanda woman with a baby on her back kneeling in front of a large pestle and mortar.