Pages from a volume entitled 'All in the day's work at Kawimbe', by Elsie Baker

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Sent in with accompanying letter from Rev. R A Bocking of Norwich in March 1999. Originally provided with a set of lantern slides, and with commentary. Prints have the following captions: "general view of Kawimbe", "Jennifer with Mrs Porritt [Violet Porritt, nee Violet Brooks]", "Jennifer makes progress", "Jennifer feels her feet", "Ann Abel and Jennifer", "Jennifer Serious", "A Basket of Mischief", "The School Girl", "Young Teachers", "The baby class", "'Elevenses'", "the school meeting house", "work on the land", "carrying water", "group of school children", "digging foundations for the hospital", "the half built hospital", "nearly finished", "Thatching the roof", "the nurses' home", "St. Anthony", "the Nursing staff", "boy who was burned", "mother and children", "Chief Koa and his son", "case of yaws", "after injections", "infant welfare clinic", "the first trained nurses", "dead lion", "leopard", "an evening call", "on trek", "among the hills", "camp", "crossing a river", "a 'bush' schoool", "Lake Tanganyika", "the 'day dream'", "the paddlers", "the medical orderley", "a leper", "Kawimbe Church", "work of the white ants", "repairs", "the first convert", "African preachers", "women church workers", "Kawimbe Church, back view".

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Some of these prints are also in the other Kawimbe files

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Copyright probably held by Council for World Mission