Rhodesia and Nyasaland
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of a herd of Ankole-Watusi cattle in northern Rhodesia in the early 20th century.
Photograph of [Nguni] cows and a calf in a field in Essexvale [Rhodesia] (now known as Esigodini, Zimbabwe) in the early 20th century.
This material is incoming correspondence relating to Coleman's research into Northern Rhodesian (Zambian) copper mining. There are also 4 photographs, three of which are copies of an image of Nchanga incline shaft in 1927, and one of Nchanga football team.
Photograph of a man holding a rifle standing next to a large, fallen tree in a Rhodesian forest in the early 20th century.
Photograph of the interior of a dining car on the Rhodesia Railways in the early 20th century.
Letter, 7 August 1952, Rhodesia, Stewart Hore-Brown to Mary Grierson. Recollections of Tovey. Holograph signed, with envelope.
Photograph of [H. H.] Marriott's tobacco farm in Mazoe, [Rhodesia] in the early 20th century. The image shows a group of African men, women and children standing on a hill in front of a farm house or barn.
Text and figures discussing the output of gold in Souther Rhodesia between 1891 and 1907 - total of 2,601,830 ounces at a value of £9,300,000. It also notes the amounts of silver, lead, coal, copper, wolfarmite ore, scheelite, chrome iron ore, antimony, diamonds and other precious stones produced.
The collection consists of nineteen letters from Scott to his close friend the Reverend James Robertson written mainly from Blantyre, Nyasaland (Malawi) from the time of his arrival in 1881 to 1895, the year in which his wife and brother died. They describe in some detail the work of the mission and his experiences in Africa.