Found in 470 Collections and/or Records:
160 x 210 mm. The date 30th April 1937 is stamped on the reverse of this print.
160 x 210 mm. The caption continues: 'Note the influence of east and west: Turban, 'Kanzu' (long white garment), sandals and sword from the east; Jackets and umbrella from the west.'
160 x 210 mm.
160 x 210 mm.
210 x 160 mm. The caption continues: 'A picture looking over the stone town from the east side. The Cathedral is in the middle distance right hand side and the large building on the left waterfront is Seyyid Barghash's Palace the Bet-el-Ajaib (Beit-el-Ajaib).'
210 x 160 mm. The caption continues: 'This picture shows the old stone town of Zanzibar and the harbour ringed by coral islands. In the centre lies the Cathedral built on the site of the former slave market.'
215 x 165 mm. The caption continues: 'The cloves are harvested in bunches and before drying the buds are separated from the 'stems.' This process is seen in the picture. The bunch of cloves is held in the right hand and the buds are brushed off against the palm of the left.'
120 x 165 mm. The caption continues: 'This is the stage at which they are harvested. They are the flower buds of the clove tree just before bursting into blossom.' Photograph stamped on the reverse with 'Photograph on loan. Dorien Leigh Ltd.'
Zanzibar cloves are packed in matting bags and sent to destinations in all parts of the world, 1933 - 1948
180 x 160 mm. The man in the picture is stencilling 'London' as the port of destination for this batch of cloves.
140 x 90 mm. Postcard.
140 x 90 mm.
90 x 135 mm. Postcard.
104 x 47 mm (both sections of stereo print). A view looking along the Zanzibar waterfront with dhows moored just off shore.
102 x 60 mm. A view from Chandler's house, looking over the roof tops towards the harbour. The island on the horizon is probably Bawe Island.
77 x 131 mm. Underexposed. A view looking along a narrow, unidentified Zanzibar street. The building at the right, with a heart-shaped sign over the door, is the Africa Hotel. With a brief letter to his son Michael on the back of the print.
260 x 207 mm. A view looking along an unidentified street in Zanzibar, with more substantial buildings in the foreground leading on to thatched huts beyond.
160 x 210 mm. Photograph stamped on the reverse with 'Photograph on loan. Dorien Leigh Ltd.'
55 x 55 mm.
194 x 144 mm. A view looking along a beach towards a settlement of thatched huts, probably in Zanzibar. With a fisherman standing beside his dugout in the foreground.
193 x 144 mm. A view from the harbour looking towards a waterfront settlement, with dhows at anchor in the foreground.