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View of a lake, beach in foreground. Hills at r. Boat in middle-ground, "river steamer". Medium: Gelatin print.
- 1933 (20th November)
- Length: 8.89 centimetres
- Width: 15.2 centimetres
Inscription ContentAlbum title: "NYASALAND 1933 MARY S. R. SINCLAIR" [embossed gilt on album cover]. Front end papers: "N 1 - 46" [manuscript note]. Original description: "Fort Johnston river steamer at Monkey Bay. 20-XI-33." [manuscript note on print border. See also manuscript note on back of print].
Cataloguer's comments: Album contains 46 photographs. Main themes of album: Travel by motor-car through Malawi, showing the motor-car, indigenous settlements, indigenous people, towns, hotels, landscapes and views of Lake Nyasa. Albums Af,A8 and Af,A10 to Af,A33 belong to the same series. Circumstances: [SIN-] PIC DOC 08.
Album bound in full leather. Good condition.
Copyright: British Museum (?).
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
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Object reference number: EPF1094
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