Some prints have letter "a" and numbers on them. Groups include: school girls at opening of the hospital, 29 June 1938; group at ?"Mmuabui". People include: Senthuhi (dispenser); Nurse ?"Thekisigo", Sister, and patient ?"Baisang"; Senthuhi and Ditshoto [patients]; Tshekedi Khama; [Winifred] Ashby [later Winifred Merriweather] serving peanut candy, and ?nurses "Mutiywa" and "Shady". Other activities include: building the hospital; giving anaesthetics; vaccination campaign; patients coming for medicine; serving porridge; Sunday afternoon service; waiting for the doctor at Ratholo; Kgotla service; washing up after breakfast; health teaching. Other places and buildings include: Dr [Mabel Winifred] Tribe's house; Donota house; [Evelyn] Haile [later ?Evelyn Burns]'s "Midda. huts"; Sister's house at the hospital; a hut Tribe slept in; hospital laundry. Also includes: oxen passing the hospital gate. Photographs received from individuals including: Tribe; [James] Burns; [Grace] Buttfield; [Mary] Dunn.
Views in and around Sefhare, mainly concerning Sefhare Hospital
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- Dates of Creationc.1935 - c.1945
- Physical Description29 black and white prints
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Duplicates of 3 prints. 3 other photographs published in The Chronicle, November 1938.
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