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British--Tanzania--Zanzibar

 Subject
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Group portrait of Europeans and Zanzibaris, Between 1911 and 1913

 Item — Group 75
Identifier: 75-3
Overview Portrait photograph of European men and women in civilian dress and three Zanzibari men, including the Sultan. The portrait was taken on a lawn with trees in the background.

Zanzibar, 1908-1909

 Record Group — Group 75, Album: 4
Identifier: 75-4
Overview A scrapbook containing ephemera relating to Zanzibar, 1908-1910. Also included are postcards and other memorabilia from the marriage of Lena Milman and Edward Clarke, which took place several months before their departure to Zanzibar

Zanzibar,, 1908

 Record Group — Group 56, Album: 2
Identifier: 56-2
Overview Photographs from Zanzibar, 1908. Includes photographs of local people and landscape as well as the British Foreign Office.

Zanzibar,, 1912-13

 Record Group — Group 56, Album: 3
Identifier: 56-3
Overview Photographs from Zanzibar, 1912-1913. Includes photographs of local people and landscape as well as the Sultan and British Foreign Office personnel.

Zanzibar, 1908-1913

 Class — Carton 56
Identifier: 56
Overview 3 albums of original photographs of Zanzibar and the voyage from London, 1908-1913. Photographer identified as Alfred Evans Brown ("A.E.B."), a British civil servant who served as Acting Vice Consul in Zanziber from 1910-1911.

Zanzibar, 1908-1910

 Record Group — Carton 75
Identifier: 75
Overview A scrapbook containing ephemera relating to Zanzibar, 1908-1910. Also included are postcards and other memorabilia from the marriage of Lena Milman and Edward Clarke, which took place several months before their departure to Zanzibar, and several loose photographs.

Zanzibar and voyage out,, 1908-09

 Record Group — Group 56, Album: 1
Identifier: 56-1
Overview Zanzibar and the voyage from London via Lisbon, Tangier, Marseilles, Naples, Suez Canal, Tanga, Aden and Mombasa, 22 April - 27 May 1908. Scenes of Zanzibar and various British Agency and naval personnel.