Found in 470 Collections and/or Records:
150 x 105 mm. The caption continues: 'In this picture the quay in Zanzibar is seen stacked with tins ready for Dhow shipment to the northern island of Pemba.'
62 x 40 mm.
80 x 55 mm.
160 x 105 mm. The caption continues: 'The coral limestone country of the East and South of Zanzibar Island are characterised by large caves. Fine examples of stalactites and stalacmites are often seen and, of course, these caves are often the home of hoardes of bats. This picture shows the entrance to one of the caves which is very nothing more than a hole in the ground with a fifteen or twenty foot drop to the floor.'
165 x 215 mm. Photograph stamped on the reverse with 'Photograph on loan. Dorien Leigh Ltd.'
150 x 120 mm.
140 x 195 mm. The caption continues: 'Bales of cloves being loaded into lighters for transport to the ocean liners which lie in the harbour of Zanzibar. In the background is seen the Bet-el-Ajaib (an old palace, now Government offices) and to the left the Palace of the Sultan of Zanzibar.' Photograph stamped on the reverse with 'Photograph on loan. Dorien Leigh Ltd.'
190 x 155 mm. The caption continues: 'Bales of cloves are loaded onto lighters at the wharf and thence conveyed to ocean-going liners which lie out in the harbour.' Photograph stamped on the reverse with 'Photograph on loan. Dorien Leigh Ltd.'
165 x 215 mm. The caption continues: ' After inspection the cloves are loaded onto lighters which convey them out to the waiting ocean-liners out in the harbour. Cloves which are to be transhipped are covered with a gunny cover over the ordinary matting bag. When ships are in harbour and several thousand bales of cloves are to be shipped the wharf is a hive of bustling activity.'
160 x 210 mm. Photograph stamped on the reverse (twice) with 'Photograph on loan. Dorien Leigh Ltd.'
210 x 160 mm. The caption continues: 'These are taken by lighter to ships lying out in the harbour. In the background is the Sultan's Palace and old Arab houses.'
Images of clove and coconut farming and more general crop agricultural views.
From 55 x 55 mm. to 160 x 210 mm. Images of locals fishing, mostly with boats but also some with cloth nets in the shallows.
59 x 103 mm. A view showing the wooden flagmast and platform on top of Chandler's house. The reverse of the photograph is annotated: 'The flag mast alongside bungalow - (eves on left) from which the circular view was taken'.
215 x 160 mm.
77 x 136 mm. A dark view showing the carved Arab doorway of Chandler's house in Zanzibar. The reverse of the photograph is annotated: 'One effort at the front door'.
160 x 210 mm. The caption continues: 'On the little peninsular off Zanzibar town visiting Dhows Beach for repairs and most of the fisher folk live.'
160 x 215 mm.
160 x 205 mm. The caption continues: 'In the old days, as with many valuable products, cloves were adulterated. Now there are Government quality standards and every bale of cloves which goes out of the country carries a gout grade and inspection stamp. The picture shows samples being withdrawn from bags of cloves before they pass into the clove market.'
103 x 59 mm. A view showing the Beit el Ajaib from the waterfront.
125 x 140 mm.
160 x 210 mm.
90 x 128 mm. A postcard original photograph sent by Carl Unger to his family at Amani. The print shows an unidentified group of Europeans seated on a flight of stone steps leading down from the verandah of a house.
160 x 210 mm.
136 x 77 mm.