Sud-Ouest, Province du (province)
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
40 x 62 mm.
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.
228 x 167 mm. A view looking along an avenue bordered with rubber trees. A narrow guage trolly line runs between the trees.
77 x 96 mm. A view looking along a pathway through the plantation, lined with rubber trees. The caption reads 'One of the fine Funtumia avenues of seven-year-old trees for which Molive is famous'.
97 x 72 mm. A view of a Funtumia Africana branch at the Botanic Gardens, Victoria, Cameroons, showing leaves and empty seed pods.
40 x 62 mm.
84 x 57 mm. The Old Bailey at Mouambong - the Native Court House.
60 x 42 mm. We cross a stream by means of a derelict canoe as there was no bridge or tree trunk, and enter a bamboo forest en route Bole from Mbonge.
76 x 94 mm. A view showing the scars (fourteen months old) caused by deep vertical incision with a pruning knife.
Letters from Elizabeth O'Kelly in the Cameroons (224 pages), itinerary and diary notes (18 pages) and 23 black and white photographs. The document is a photocopy of the original 1965 typescript. Part one covers Buea, 1950-1952; part two covers Nsaw, Barenda Province, 1952-1961. There are accompanying notes, supplied by Miss O'Kelly, describing her career, assignments as a freelance consultant and publications.
77 x 99 mm. A view showing an African tapping a rubber tree with the 'Victoria Knife' an implement with a long, curved blade.
Five-and-a-half year old Funtumias, Myanja Plantation, Victoria, Cameroons [i.e. Cameroon], 1903 - 1910
75 x 96 mm. A view showing a block of five-and-a-half year old rubber trees.
40 x 62 mm. A forest clearing where travellers sleep - the bamboos laid on the ground keep the jujus and animals away as they have been blessed by a juju man.
103 x 78mm. A view showing a group of four-year old rubber trees in a 450 acre plot.
97 x 74 mm. A studio photograph demonstrating the way in which Funtumia Africana seeds are blown by the wind from their pods. Taken at the Botanic Gardens, Victoria, Cameroons.
167 x 229 mm. A view showing a European standing among a block of rubber trees.
84 x 57 mm. "Name, Gang, District, Town?" The head man comes up first to give particulars and get his pay.
84 x 57 mm. This is what you do: - the Headman being shown how to make his finger prints against his name as a receipt.
77 x 97 mm. A view showing an African making vertical tapping cuts on a tree with a pruning knife attached to a bamboo pole.
79 x 103 mm. A view showing an African making vertical tapping cuts on a tree with a pruning knife attached to a bamboo pole.
40 x 62 mm. The scaffolding rises as the apex of the roof is reached. The roofs, considering the materials, are beautifully symmetrical.
62 x 40 mm. John Dixon the A.D.O. (Mbonge Bert) looks over the pay shees at Bole.
62 x 40 mm. The shrine to the Juju, Noket. It consists of a fenced in circle containing old pots and rubbish and behind a hut of grass. He is a good Juju.
60 x 42 mm. Gangs with their 'Head-men' waiting their turn for payment.