Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'The children are being taught as a first stage to write in the sand'.
210 x 160 mm. Showing five boys lined up playing wind instruments.
110 x 63 mm. A dark print, showing a tent and thatched huts at the camp at Okpanku.
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'Mr. A. Odita, District Clerk of Udi Division in Southern Nigeria, teaching a class in his spare time at the Mass Education Centre in Udi Town. Notice that this small class is composed entirely of women'.
Showing a large group of labourers levelling a clearing. An annotation on the reverse reads 'See earlier Eke photos'.
Head and shoulders portrait of Mr. Odita, one of the volunteer teachers in the literacy scheme. The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'He has given much spare time to helping to organise mass education in the Division'.
Showing the single storey stone building under construction. The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'It is proposed here to run a Producers' Co-op as well as a Consumers'. The pencilled annotation additionally contains 'This is a departure from previous shops [the rest of the sentence is illegible]'.
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'All the men women and children turned out to clear this site. Car has come by a 2 mile road built by voluntary labour. In background: improved latrines, machinery shed, co-op shop under construction. In foreground: foundations of village reading room'. The pencilled annotation has the following additional information 'this road goes another 12 miles to Obinofia Ndiagu (an offshoot of Obinofia [sic]'.
A view looking along the river, with thick forest on either bank.
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'The one on the left is a native doctor, the other is a farmer and trader'.
A single storey stone building with corrugated-iron roof.
Showing a row of women at a table in the open air receiving instruction. A typewritten caption (which duplicates most of a pencilled annotation) on the reverse reads 'This is the 'top' class for women - normally 12. These are wives of miners at Enugu and of N.A. [Native Administration] employees'. The annotation continues 'Note these women are well dressed'.
102 x 59 mm. A view looking along the river, with Africans swimming in the foreground.
Showing a group of adults at an open-air literacy class.