Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Record Group — Group 8, Album: 1
Abstract The Count of Turin’s safari through British to German East Africa.
British East Africa, Rhodesia, South Africa : Vol. II : a photographic record of an African journey, 1910
Record Group — Group 10, Album: 2
Abstract Photographs from travels through Kenya, Uganda, and to Lake Victoria.
File — Box 54
Abstract 36 stereoscopic images of travels through Congo Free State.
File — Envelope 13
Abstract Collection of original photographs relating to East Africa. Circa 1910.
Dates: Circa 1910
File — Box 15
Abstract Collection of 130 magic lantern slides. Various photographers, circa 1900-1920.
Dates: Circa 1900-1920
Record Group — Group 8, Album: 3
Abstract 96 matt silver and platinum prints (uncaptioned) of native life, hunting safaris, topographical views and military training scenes of the K.A.R.
File — Box 53
Abstract 36 stereoscopic images of travels through East Africa.
Groupe de femmes et enfants. Danakil, Circa 1880 (but possibly being a later printing from an earlier negative)
Item — Frame 5
Abstract Early image of a Danakil family.
Dates: Circa 1880 (but possibly being a later printing from an earlier negative)
Record Group — Album 40
Abstract Album of original photographs, postcards, and magazine clippings recording missionary work in East Africa. Unidentified photographer, 1912-1918.
Scrapbook. Pictures of people and places at home & abroad. African and other photographs., 1860s and 1870s
Record Group — Album 34
Abstract Personal scrapbook entitled, ‘Pictures of people and places at home and abroad. African and other Photographs’. 1860s and 1870s. Only a portion of the contents is related to Africa and the rest relates to Europe, including postcards and a few photographs.
Dates: 1860s and 1870s
Record Group — Group 14, Album: 2
Abstract Photograph album and scrapbook recording trip Miss Susan Hicks-Beach's trip to Eastern Africa in the company of H.R.H. Hélène, Duchess of Aosta. November 1907 to June 1908.