Mombasa (Kenya)--Description and travel
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The Count of Turin’s safari through British to German East Africa.
An album of postcards, mostly of Mombasa and Nairobi, taken during the early 1900s through 1930s. Some postcards depict major Nairobi streets such as Sixth Avenue, renamed Delamere Avenue (now Kenyatta Avenue), and Government Road (now Moi Road) over the years. Other postcards include photographs of Kikuyu and Kavirondo people dressed in ceremonial garb, and various agricultural concerns, including the growing and processing of coffee and sisal.
Group of 7 original photographs of undetermined origin. Several of the photographs are labeled in pencil on the back, identifed as Mombasa or Zanzibar. Based on the clothing worn by Europeans in the photos, they were taken in the late 1890s or early 1900s.
Original photographs, compiled during the construction of the Uganda Railway.
Three albumen prints of various dimensions, mounted on cardboard.
Album of original photographs, compiled during the construction of the Uganda Railway.
R.W. Hamilton's album of original photographs of Mombasa. Unidentified photographer, 1902-1906.
Album of original photographs of Mombasa by William D. Young, 1900.
Album of large photographs of the Kenya coast.