photographic print(black and white)
- Museum number
Picture of a regatta showing a boat at river bank; row of men paddling boat at each side. Four rolled flags protruding from roof. European ship with roof at rear. Small group of men, Europeans and one African, standing on jetty at left.
- Production date
Length: 13.70 centimetres (AF/A51/66)
Length: 12.70 centimetres (AF/CA51/66)
Width: 19.70 centimetres (AF/A51/66)
Width: 17.80 centimetres (AF/CA51/66)
- Curator's comments
- The European boat is the government's "Hindustan", and the smaller boat may be that of Chief Dore. N F Barley, 18/06/1997.
Main Themes of Album: group portraits of colonial officials and local dignitaries; colonial settlements, buildings, boats and recreation;scenes of local life and group portraits of local people; military, religious and Jubilee processions and group portraits.
Circumstances: [MEN-] PIC DOC 12.
The photograph is stuck down in the album and so J.A. Green's stamp on the reverse to identify this as his image is inaccessible.
However, the same image is published in Anderson and Aronson, 2017.
- Not on display
- Prints mounted with adhesive on card. Card bound into album with string and adhesive tape. Album disintegrating and pages falling out.
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Copyright: British Museum (?).
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: AF/CA51/66