Found in 506 Collections and/or Records:
A chief under umbrella arriving for the Jubilee day, with all his followers. Everyone has a gun, 1934
40 x 62 mm.
64 x 109 mm. He was about 8 ft. tall and a striking figure of a man.
56 x 84 mm.
56 x 84 mm. A 'lady doctor' - an old woman who specialises in Circumcisions. She attended hospital to see the White Man's method but thought her own was easier and quicker.
45 x 39 mm.
56 x 84 mm. neg and contact print.
46 x 75 mm. neg. and contact print.
53 x 40 mm.
62 x 40 mm.
Showing a man wearing an unusual helmet.
40 x 62 mm.
64 x 109 mm. Showing the method of shaving the head when they have conceived. They wear long hair till this occurs. The remaining centre portion is left and mixed with a concoction of Red Camwood powdered and mixed with palm oil which dries hard like clay and is called Nga. The woman here shown has a small bunch of leaves on her back which indicates she is menstruating.
52 x 40 mm. The abdominal cicatrization is in most cases carried round the side of the waist and in rarer cases up over the shoulder blades.
40 x 62 mm. The 'arrow & circle' abdominal tattooing seen in almost every Banso girl, whether it is Phallic or not has yet to be decided. Some think it the sign of sun worship. But very debatable.
74 x 94 mm. A view showing a rubber tree with an abnormal development of surface roots owing to shallow soil.
42 x 60 mm.
A diary describing a journey from London via Egypt to the Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, Belgian Congo, French Equatorial Africa, Cameroons and South Africa in four volumes, each of 50 pages.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.