Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The caption on the reverse continues 'Kisaki is a sub-district of the Morogoro District where cotton is an extensive crop. It is full of splendid scenery; the Uluguru Mountains run through it; and elephants abound'.
Indiscriminate clearing of vegetation, Turiani, Morogoro, Eastern Tanganyika (i.e. Tanzania), 1949-12
215 x 160 mm. Showing an area cleared of trees. The caption continues: 'Note the careless way in which all the large trees have been felled.' Photograph by H. J. Van Rensburg.
129 x 178 mm. 'Spot near which the Governor was said to have been kept.'
Collection of loose sepia photographs, all but one measuring 212 x 132 mm. The photographs were formerly the property of, and may have been taken by, John Verrinder Shaw, the brother of Professor Thurstan Shaw, and relate to road construction, probably in Morogoro in the 1940s. Though they do not show the same portion of road, numbers 3-10 all depict the same type of road, made by cutting away part of a slope and levelling a wide enough area for limited traffic. There are no captions.
210 x 150 mm. Morogoro was the headquarters of the Morogoro district of the Eastern Province, situated 1,628 feet above sea level - the township being set at the foot of the Uluguru Mountains. It was also the headquarters of the Agricultural and Labour Departments and had the Tanganyika Police Force's training depot. This is where the negatives were found in the 1950s.