Postcards, illustrations and photographs of Zanzibar, including boys of the Universities' Mission School and industries of the Universities' Mission; the East coast towards Tanganyika, including the London Missionary house at Urambo; Lake Tanganyika; Kavala Island, Tanganyika, including photographs of Rev Stewart Wright and his house, Messrs Carson and Stewart Wright with boys' school, Mrs Hore and some of her girls at the first church and school, Chief Kassanga with wives and officers; portraits, including David Livingstone, Rev Roger Price, Rev R. Wardlaw Thompson, Joseph Thomson, Bishop Steere, Mackay of Uganda, the Right Rev Bishop Crowther and King Khama.
Scrapbook of postcards and illustrations of Africa
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- ReferenceGB 102 CWM/LMS/01/09/04/27
- Dates of Creationn.d.
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 vol
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Inside cover of scrapbook bears the inscription 'A. B. Hore, Navala, New Town'. It seems that the scrapbook belonged to Annie Boyle Hore (nee Gribbon), wife of Edward Coode Hore (1848-1912), who was appointed to the Lake Tanganyika Mission in 1877. Mrs Hore arrived in Zanzibar in September 1884. Captain Hore settled at Kavala Island, where he remained until 1888.