Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Showing a loom in the foreground with examples of woven cloth hanging on the wall behind. Photograph by Margot Lubinski.
An account of a journey undertaken by White, then 23, and two companions, from Dakar through St Louis, Kayes (on Mungo Park's route to the Niger), and Djéné on the Bani River, arriving finally at Bobodiulasso, 15 pages. There are references to the activities of Samori and comments on colonial policy. The account is accompanied by a covering letter from White to the Secretary of the Royal Empire Society, 12 July 1948, and the Secretary's reply, 21 July 1948.
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'They are master and student at the Artisanat in Bamoko, French Sudan'.
A letter replying to an enquiry from Carrington regarding the possible constitutional effect of the Ghana/Guinea/Mali union on Ghana.
Photograph by Margot Lubinski.