Africa, East--Description and travel
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Group of 5 albums recording colonial life and native life. 1900 to circa 1920. The subjects vary from album to album, several of which appear to have been compiled for Inglis’s mother.
A photographic record of an African journey. 1910.
Collection of original photographs relating to East Africa. Circa 1910.
Apparently the record of a safari to British East Africa and Uganda during which the compiler stayed with the Aubertin family at their farm and went on a hunting trip.
Album of original photographs, compiled during the construction of the Uganda Railway.
Original photographs, compiled during the construction of the Uganda Railway.
Portfolio of original photographs of East Africa entitled, ‘Erinnerung an Deutsch-Ost-Afrika’, 1890-2. A highly important, early record of the German presence in East Africa and Zanzibar and, in particular, the military stations they established in what became German East Africa.
Posed portrait photographs of African people, probably Karamojong and some Didinga, landscapes, and buildings.
Unique collection of 363 postcards of East Africa and Zanzibar. Various photographers, 1890s–1930s.
Large album, labeled Africa to Egypt via the East African Coast Zanzibar and Aden. Various photographers, late 1890s.
These photograph albums provide an excellent record of native life in the 1920s and 1930s, and include some remarkably poignant portraits. Although many of the images are small in dimension, they are extremely fine in quality.