Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of a Gannia [Ghanian?] cow in the Wasna [Wassa?] region, on a tether held by a man with measurments of the cow beneath the photograph.
The collection consists of: items relating to the Church in Ghana including the role of the Church of Scotland Mission, the Presbyterian Church and the Christian Council and in particular to the Church's relation to society and government on issues such as education, marriage and Ghanaian traditions; papers on Church Union; material relating to the Christian Council of Ghana's Committee on Christian Marriage and Family Life; and Ghanaian newspapers.
The collection consists of: personal items relating to Glasswell's career (1964-1992); correspondence with students and colleagues in Africa (1966-1985); papers, articles and sermons on theology and on religion in Africa (c 1967-1984); and material on the North German Mission to West Africa, with correspondence with Rudolph Bultmann (c 1920-1969).
The material consists of the correspondence and papers of Messrs. Donnison and Edwards, Castle Street, Liverpool, who appear to have been legal agents for CFAO. The items are mainly about property in Lagos Oshogbo, and Port Harcourt in Nigeria, Sekondi and Cape Coast Castle in Ghana, and Freetown in Sierra Leone. There is also material related to litigation in the matter of captured German vessels and personnel.
The records are composed of: agenda, minutes and reports of quarterly London meetings, and special monthly reports on Ghana and Nigeria, 1962-1965. There is one report on Sierra Leone, April 1965.
Photograph of a two year old White Fulani bull 'born and bred on the Department of Animal Health Livestock Farm near Accra, Gold Coast in the 1940s.
Photograph of a White Fulani and N'Dama crossed three year old bull used to improve the dwarf cattle stock in the lagoon area of Keta and Ada in the 20th century.
Photograph of a White Fulani type of Zebu stud bull in a paddock at the Department of Animal Health Livestock Farm in Accra, Gold Coast, West Africa [Ghana] in the 20th century.