Serowe, mainly children and women, and people working

Scope and Content

Prints have either "a" (mainly children) or "b" (mainly people working) and numbers on their backs. Groups include: Bechuana children; missionaries, c.1925 [including Alfred Haile]; women gardeners; women and girls carrying bowls; blacksmiths. People include: Mosarwas, Johane (son of a local preacher), a postman, witch-doctor, Chief Tshekedi [Khama's] driver (with car), ?Seretse [Khama]. Events pictured include: the Kgotla meeting concerning Seretse's marriage. Activities pictured include: work on Tshekedi's sister's farm; children playing building huts; dinner time at the Livingstone camp; making a wooden bed; husking and pounding grain; enacting David and Goliath; football; "native Parliament"; Sunday service in the Chief's Kgotla; women smearing the walls of a court; drawing water from a well. Photographs by individuals including: [James] Burns; [Alexander] Sandilands; [Marion] Ginger [later Marion Anderson]; [John Kenneth] Main; "A M C" [Arthur Chirgwin]; Rev. [Joshua] Danisa; "Miss Gilbert".

Conditions Governing Access

Open

Alternative Form Available

Duplicates of 2 prints. Several photographs published in The Chronicle, January 1936, January and August 1937, July 1941, and ?still from Africa Today film, 1929.

Archivist's Note

Catalogued

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright held by Council for World Mission or descendants of photographer if still in force