Bagamoyo (inhabited place)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
[At the new Deutsch-ostafrikanischen Gesellschaft customs shed in Bagamoyo after the arrival of an ivory caravan, 1890], 1890
90 x 128 mm. A postcard original photograph sent by Carl Unger to his family at Amani. The print shows an unidentified group of Europeans seated on a flight of stone steps leading down from the verandah of a house.
279 x 214 mm. Showing two Europeans in white uniforms standing among piles of elephant tusks, with groups of Swahili labourers posed around them holding up tusks. Location unknown, possibly Dar es Salaam or Bagamoyo.