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Adve ntures of two youths in a journey to Egypt and the Holy Land
Voice of the pastor
Republica Portuguesa, Colonia de Angola, Carte Geologique. From the Publication: Notice géologique sur l'Angola : (Afrique Occidentale Portugaise) ; (
Masques africains
Resource guide, women in agriculture
Plan for supporting agricultural research and faculties of agriculture in Africa
Agricultural systems, international programs & the emerging land grant system
Training workshop report : the 1986 GambiaWest Africa Farming Systems ResearchExtension (FRSE) Workshop: diagnosis, design and analysis
Improved cookstoves in Western Uganda
Profiles of men and women smallholder farmers in the Lilongwe Rural Development Project, Malawi
Periurban dairying and public policy in Ethiopia and Kenya
Women's role in livestock production
Effects of resource constraints on the production systems and earnings potential of small farm households in the West Province of Cameroon
International relations : : food security in Africa : statement of Harold J. Johnson, Associate Director, International Relations and Trade Issues, National Security and International Affairs Division, before the Subcommittee on African Affairs, Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate
Introduction a l'approche recherchedeveloppment des systemes de production et a la methode de recherche en milieu paysan
Soil fertility and productivity aspects of alley cropping leucaena leucocephala and cassia siamea under semiarid conditions at Machakos, Kenya
Farming systems survey of Ndian Division, South West Province, Republic of Cameroon
Freedom and sustainability
"tree against hunger" : enset-based agricultural system in Ethiopia
A farming systems research bibliography of Kansas State University's vertical file materials
Adaptive research and pre-extension testing : the case of upland rice in West Africa
Indigenous knowledge systems, the cognitive revolution, and agricultural decision making
Yield and yield stability of pure and mixed stands of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) varieties in north Cameroon
Agricultural research and development
Association of Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Association of Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Research highlights
Research highlights
Research highlights
Association of Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Association of Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Research highlights
Research highlights
Research highlights
Association of Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Research highlights
Research highlights
Association of Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Research highlights
Research highlights
Research highlights
Colónias portuguesas, seu futuro
Influência dos Árabes na África actual
A Semana do Ultramar na Escola de Artes Decorativas Soares dos Reis
Guerras coloniais e descolonização
Descoberta de bronzes antigos na Guiné Portuguesa
As pérolas de Bazaruto
Guiné do século XV
Seventeen years in the Yoruba country
A cooperação dos nativos na expansão e na defesa do império
Recuerdos de viajes en America, Europa, Asia y Africa en los años de 1865 a 1867.
Notice géologique sur l'Angola
A colónia de Cabo Verde
Os Portugueses no Congo (1482-1520)
A Africa e as suas complexidades
Para uma perspectiva crioula da literatura angolana
Constitution (amendment) published 16th March, 2001
Failinglivelihoods among the Gumz shifting cultivators of Ethiopia
Labor use patterns for the production of maize in Southern Zaire
Correcting the underestimated frequency of the head-of-household experience for women farmers
Economic analysis of small farm systems in lower Casamance, Senegal
Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Impact of the SEMRY I irrigated rice production project on the organization of production and consumption at the intrahousehold level
Farm livelihood systems of the Lesotho foothills
Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Carte de L'Afrique de L'Ouest au 1/50000, Daloa 2d, Republique de Cote D'Ivoire, Feuille NB-29-XVIII-2d
Carte de lÁfrique de lÓuest au 150,000
Carte de lÁfrique de lÓuest au 150,000
Carte de lÁfrique de lÓuest au 150,000
Carte de lÁfrique de lÓuest au 150,000
Carte de lÁfrique de lÓuest au 150,000
Carte de lÁfrique de lÓuest au 150,000
Carte de lÁfrique de lÓuest au 150,000
Using male research and extension personnel to target women farmers
Livestock in mixed farming systems
Structural adjustment and agriculture
Summary Report - Togo Workshop : "Amimal sic traction in a farming systems perspective"
Malawi Agricultural Research Project.
Women and sustainable food production in Africa
Training workshop report FSSPGARD On-farm Experimentation Workshop : : The Gambia, May 20-25, 1985
Farming systems research in Phalombe Project, Malawi
Preparation of a 5-year development plan for the Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Center, Maun, Botswana
Africa tomorrow
Supplying fertilizers for Zaire's agricultural development
A case study of on-farm adaptive research in the Bida Agricultural Development Project--Nigeria
Enhancing agriculture in Africa: a role for U.S. development assistance : summary
Low-resource agriculture in Africa
Comparison of on-farm research and extension methods in small scale farm systems in lower Casamance, Senegal
Report of the External Evaluation Panel, Bean/Cowpea CRSP five-year review, January 19-24, 1986
Protected area policies in Southwestern Uganda
Botswana Cowpea Project
Background information for the Semi-Arid Tropics Program review, Niamey, Niger
Statement of Alexander R. Love, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Africa Agency for International Development, before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
Potential impact of improved fallows on small farm livelihoods, Eastern Province, Zambia
Starter Pack Program in Malawi: implications for household food security
Enhancing agriculture in Africa
Food problems and prospects in Sub-Saharan Africa: the decade of the 1980's
Farming systems perspective and IDRC in Eastern and Southern Africa
Join ACRE Project and grow more food crops
FSSP summary memos prepared for evaluation team, June 1985
Food in Sub-Saharan Africa
Fy ... student training information
Photograph: Adult acrobat prepares to catch a child performer. Drummers are behind with a small audience.
South African native policy and the liberal spirit
L'art nègre
Psychology of Mau Mau
An approach to the organization of on-farm research training workshops /
CIMMYT's Eastern Africa economics programme
ARC for the advancement of agriculture
On farm research programme for the first season of a farming systems research project
Resource guide, women in agriculture
Issues and initiatives relative to expansion of the soil management CRSP in Africa; a report to AID and BIFAD
Farming systems in the lower Shebelle region
Economic and anthropological limitations to regional development in African livestock industries ; paper presented at the Society for Applied Anthropo
Adaptive Crop Research and Extension (ACRE) Project : Annual report for the period 1982-1983
Annual workplan
Annual workplan
Rapport du stage régional de l'FSRE
Annual workplan
Farming systems research in Phalombe Project, Malawi
Annual workplan
Area handbook for the United Republic of Cameroon
TropSoils, the first three years
Agricultural diversification and rice import substitution policies in the Ivory Coast, 1950-1972
Annual report, International Institute of Tropical Agriculture annual report
Are there public benefits to private use of fertilizer in Africa
Governanace and sustainable livelihoods
Structure, conduct and price integration characteristics of urban food crop markets in Cameroon
Socioeconomic constraints to the production, distribution and consumption of sorghum, millet and cash crops in North Kordofan, Sudan
Evaluation of Niger Applied Agricultural Research Project and InterCRSP Activities in Niger
Impact of weather analysis on agricultural production and planning decisions for the semiarid areas of Kenya
Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) in the farming systems in Arusha Region, Tanzania, 1982
An indigenous rural marketing system in North Kordofan, Sudan
Annual report
Zambia
Agricultural Research and Training Support Project
Contribution áa l'âetude de l'anthropologie de Mozambique
Economics of food crop marketing in Central Cameroon
Malawi
Chronicle of the discovery and conquest of Guinea
Eugene Manis Scrapbooks: Africa (scrapbooks 1 and 2 combined)
Some aspects of Shona structure
Gusii bridewealth law and custom
Negro art in Belgian Congo
Les plantes utiles du Sâenâegal
Musée historique de Ouidah =
O trabalho indigena nas colonias portuguesas
Notes on the noun-classes of some Bantu languages of Ngamiland (Yeei, Subia, Gova, and Gcereku)
Report on the natives of South-west Africa and their treatment by Germany
La politique coloniale
"Animal traction in a farming systems perspective"
Firestone Plantations Co. contract for Junior Planter position.
Western Union job offer telegram stamped Nov. 17, 1939.
Handbook for Employees of Firestone Plantations Company.
Pursuit of sustainable development
Farming systems research & extension
Rapid assessment of the food and nutrition security impact of the CARE food programming activities in eastern Shewa and western Hararghe.
Democracy and development in Africa
Farming systems research in three counties in Liberia
Role of U.S. assistance in Africa's economic development
An integrated approach of strategies for poverty alleviation
Inter-disciplinary research on rural development
A new era for food crop research in Cameroon
Photo: Plantation building.
Library collections preservation and digitisation consultancy for the University of Botswana
Transcribed letter that Manis wrote to his mother, Elsa Magni, and his sister, Beth, soon after arriving in Monrovia (22 pages, dated January 1940).
Photo: Plantation office buildings on ridge above cleared area.
Designing Effective Farming Systems Training for West Africa
Photo: Plantation office buildings.
Photo: Plantation office building.
Photo: Possibly nursery areas? (Thousands of acres between Du and Farmington Rivers felled, cleared, burned in mid-1930s).
Library collections preservation and digitisation consultancy for the University of Botswana
Photo: Masked dancer performs on tall stilts. An American man squats in the foreground.
Photo: Falls on a river in the bush.
Photo: Liberian woman with an enamel bowl balanced on her head, carrying an infant on her back.
Photo: Liberian man in white shorts and t-shirt posing.
Photo: American girl about 6 years old in pith helmet stands on carcass holding rifle (with her mother?).
Photo: Masked dancer on stilts, resting against a thatched roof.
Ms. letter dated Sept. 26, 1941 to W.E. Manis from Edward Urey, regarding his pay.
Photo: Liberian man displays scarification pattern on his back. Possibly a Poro Society marking?
Ms. letter dated Feb. 19, 1940 to Mr. Manis from "Momo" requesting a job.
Photo: American woman standing with river falls in background, cabana with hammock, leans on chain fence.
Photo: American woman posing on a Caterpillar Diesel bulldozer.
Photo: Nine Liberian men, women and children pose with drum, flag, other objects behind a masquerade.
Photo: Large house with a thatched roof, with two women in front.
Pamphlet entitled: "General Instructions" - General information for the information and guidance of staff and families of Firestone Plantations Company and affiliated companies in Liberia.
Telegram 3: personal note from Beth (Manis's sister).
Photo: Three American men and an American woman at a picnic on the beach, three wear pith helmets. Manis is in left foreground.
Photo: Mask 1. Almond-shaped figure with six teeth.
Photo: Set of ten or twelve houses set close together on cleared hillside. Apparently company housing or work camp buildings?
Photo: American man in short khakis and pith helmet handles a large snake.
Photo: Three Liberians, a woman and two men with baby in older man's arms and on woman's back.
Photo: S.S. Cathlamet from shore or dock (small lighter boats are alongside).
Photograph: Two passengers on board S.S. Cathlamet.
Photo: Four Americans, three men and a woman picnic on the beach, all wearing pith helmets or a hat.
Photo: Mask 5. Figure with crocodile shaped mouth.
Photo: Liberian man in ceremonial Snake Society dress holds a snake's head in his mouth. American man holds a second snake.
Photo: Liberian man making "men's weave" strip cloth with a traditional loom.
Photo: Crewman on deck of S.S. Cathlamet freighter.
Photo: Landscape photograph with forest, plantation building in background with water tower.
Photo: Two houses, background house framed only, foreground example is thatched.
Photo: Young Liberian displaying underwing plumage of an African Harrier-hawk.
Photo: Woman bathes baby in enamel bowl, preadolescent child stands nearby. Houses, mortar, pestles behind.
Photo: Olive and Perry Jester, Fran and John Diefenback, Dewey and Mary Miller, Eddie and Helen Kloke, Gravey and Kit Graves, Mac.
Photo: Long line of Liberian men entering a plantation building.
Photo: River rapids from above, tree stumps in foreground, three figures by the bank.
Photo: Acrobatic performance with child standing on adult's shoulders. African and Western style buildings behind.
Photo: Plantation workers in front of collection station.
Photo: Liberian group in village. Most people in this image are standing or walking except for two sitting children.
Photo: Two passengers on board S.S. Cathlamet.
Photo: A large group of Liberians and Americans surrounds a group of Liberian women.
Photo: Construction project on bank of large river.
Photo: Manis with performer of the Deangle initiation masquerade
Photo: Young woman emptying crawfish from her traps, long narrow baskets, into a bucket.
Photo: Crew and laborers on deck of S.S. Cathlamet.
Photo: 31 Liberian men pose for group portrait, three at center in western dress (for wedding?).
Luggage tag for stateroom passage on S. S. Acadia.
Photo: Manis residence interior with 12+ masks, Deangle costume for masquerade (now in Harn collections).
Photo: Plantation landscape with road, building in background on a hill.
Photo: Rubber tree with 30 degree, 1 mm. cut for tapping, porcelain collection bowl attached (cuts deeper than a millimeter may damage the tree).
Reasons why Kroo people were never slaves: an historiette of the Kroo Confederacy.
Photo: Three American men, two women, two children in fore with Liberians behind (one in uniform).
Photo: Departure of lighter, ferrying passengers from shore to moored ship.
Portrait and two small photos with newsletter clipping from "Planter's Punch" Dec. 15, 1940.
Staff assignments June 2, 1941 (p. 1 shows Manis in change of research dept.)
Photo: A sapling (2 year old trees are 12-14' tall).
Photo: Seated man at work, perhaps making shoes. He has a kit of leather material at his side.
Typescript letter dated 12/27/1939 advising Mrs. Elsa Magni that her son arrived in Liberia on Dec. 24.
Olsen and Johnson's New Hellzapoppin brochure.
Small photo of kitchen items (canned ham and other goods, sliced bread) on a table.
Photo: A masked and costumed dancer performs in front of drummers and an audience.
Photo: Four Liberian adult men eat cassava from a bowl. Cooking fire with pot suspended from tripod is nearby. Underexposed image.
Photo: American man in hunting khakis and pith helmet with rifle, posing with a large unidentified bird.
Photo: Masked dancer performs on tall stilts. An American squats in the foreground.
Letter dated March 13, 1940 from Henry Cooper, begins "Dear Boss..." and requests help after "a Vai man" named Boymah beat writer's wife.
Photo: Portrait of Liberian woman in batik dress with plaid headscarf. She wears chalk on her face, which is worn for Sande Society initiation ceremonies and as a traditional cure.
Photo: Liberian man in white shirt and pants posing.
Photo: Young Liberian man posing in front of a Traveller's palm in residential garden.
Photo: Masked dancer performs on tall stilts. Performer is bending low or kneeling on the stilts.
Photo: Reed or cane screens erected on three sides of a leveled earthen floor.
Photo: Adolescent girl in ceremonial dress. She may be dressed for a Sande initiation ceremony.
Photo: Adolescent Liberian boy in white shirt and white shorts posing with foot on running board of pickup truck.
Photo: Liberian men supporting the buffalo trophy.
Photo: An American man (Manis) and woman, standing.
Photo: Mask 3. Figure with short curved horns.
Photo: Dancer in masquerade performs in front of a male audience.
Photo: Liberian man standing with two young women and two older women in front of a house. Possibly the women are this man's wives?
Photo: Two American women walking along a dirt road, Plantation residence in background.
Photo: Bulldozers and other heavy equipment for clearing, with a few Liberian workers.
Photo: Mask 6. Figure with six protruding teeth.
Ms. Letter from "Fireman" requesting a hospital pass for his daughter, dated February 21, 1940.
Photo: A group of three young boys in the village, with a preadolescent boy.
Photo: Man in Muslim clothing, probably of Mandinka ethnicity, with white turban or head covering and white robe.
Ms. letter from H.R. Herman dated "Tuesday noon."
Photograph: A passenger on board S.S. Cathlamet.
Photo: Mask 4. Mustached figure.
Photo: Several open, round, thatched buildings (palaver houses or "plava huts"). These outbuildings or kitchens traditionally use "river thatch."
Photo: American man in pith helmet and with a holstered pistol poses with several Liberians handling two large snakes.
Photo: Man in Muslim clothing poses with a woman in local dress (same people as on previous page).
Photo: View of S.S. Cathlamet's tugboat from aboard ship.
Newsletter clipping: "New Kakata Road Open" from Division 26 to Kakata.
Photo: House frame without thatch or wall covering.
Photo: Snake Society acrobatic performance accompanied by several musicians amongst the audience.
Photo: Two Liberians posing in front of elevated (guest house?) residence.
Photo: Child with distended belly standing with a crying toddler.
Photo: S.S. Cathlamet freighter.
Photo. American woman on porch of a plantation building, two Liberian employees in background.
Photo: River rapids with American man standing in khakis.
Photo: Adult acrobat raises one hand to support a child standing on one leg.
Photo: Plantation building (divisional office?)
Photo: Liberian group in village. Men seated on cloths spread on ground in foreground. Houses behind.
Photo: A passenger on board S.S. Cathlamet.
Photo: Several Liberian men display cloth, other items for sale in front of field of rubber saplings.
Photo: Adult acrobat prepares to catch a child performer. He holds a large knife in one hand.
Photo: Liberian man in white shirt and overalls.
Photo: Close up view of lashed frame apparatus for sawing timbers into planks.
Photo: Three passengers on board S.S. Cathlamet (with Mac).
Photo: Liberian couple stands for (wedding?) portrait in front of round thatched roof house, man in Western suit.
Photo: Three masks, one with a long beak, another with four sharp metallic teeth, are suspended on a white wall.
Photo: Manis residence interior with 15+ masks (shows Deangle costume for masquerade now in Harn collections).
Note dated Feb. 9, 1940 ("Dear Boss, Please come help immediately..."), requesting medical help for a fellow worker wounded by a razor in a fight.
Photo: Five young Liberian men and women carrying goods on roadside. Several use handmade back packs.
Photo: Ship arriving in port (taken from S.S. Cathlamet).
Photo: Two American men (Manis is on the right) pose over buffalo trophy, Liberian men and boys, American woman and children in background.
Photo: Group of American men, women and Liberian men (departing passengers, those awaiting arrivals?).
Photo: Portrait of two women, one seated other standing holding carved figure.
Typescript: "Staff assignments. June 2, 1941."
Photo: Plantation of small rubber trees.
Photo: Young men sewing with a treadle sewing machines on a porch. Note ceiling mats above.
An African crewman poses in dress whites on board the S.S. Cathlamet.
Playbill for the Majestic Theatre (describing "Olsen and Johnson's New Hellzapoppin")
Photo: Plantation guest house with elevated first floor.
Photo: A masked and costumed figure performs.
Photo: Two Liberian women using a mortar, each with a pestle. They are posed in front of a reed or bamboo fence.
Photo: Top of a palm tree against the sky (showing rows of many bird nests on the fronds?).
Photo: Termite surface tube crossing a dirt road.
Photo: Masked dancer performs on tall stilts in front of a large audience of more than 70 young men.
Photo: Liberian man in white shirt and shorts posing with long handled brush and shoes.
Photo: Two young chimpanzees hugging photographer's pant leg.
Photo: Masked dancer performs on tall stilts. One leg is raised up.
Photo: Clearing a forested area.
Photo: Liberian man posing along a path in the bush, with several women standing in background.
Photo: Young Liberian boy in shirt and shorts posing in front of a plantation pickup truck.
Photo: American woman and two children pose in front of raised buffalo trophy supported by Liberian men.
Photo: Two American men and a woman, seated. Manis is on the right.
Photo: Mask 2. Figure with two horns.
Photo: Thirteen men and boys pose behind seated masquerade, one with a drum.
Photo: Liberian man and woman pose standing up for portrait in front of a house.
Play script: "The bride wore red pyjamas."
Telegram 2: personal note from Betty.
Photo: A bulldozer, parked in felled and cleared area.
Photo: Mask 5. Monkey figure.
Photo: Standing masquerade posed in front of a small structure.
Photo: A group of nine children in the village. Small photo is damaged in lower left.
Typescript letter from Dr. Gordon E. Davis, US Public Health Service. Nov. 26, 1939.
Photo: Three Americans at the beach.
Photo: Mask 3. Almond-shaped figure.
Photo: Twenty five or more round thatched houses closely set together on flat, cleared land with three Liberians standing. Good example of company built housing, almost military in its straight lines.
Photo: Manis poses with a Liberian man and woman, each of whom holds a snake.
Photo: Two children and an infant in a recently cleared area.
Photo: Three passengers on deck of S.S. Cathlamet. Mac, a West Highland Terrier, belongs to Perry and Olive Jester
Photo: Street scene, African urban buildings (possibly Kakata, site of the Booker Washington Institute vocational and agricultural school).
Photo: Four bearded or mustached masks appear to be suspended from nails on a white wall.
Photo: Four men in Western clothes sitting and making construction materials.
Photo: Adult in ceremonial costume stands over two children performing backbends. Drummers are nearby.
Photo: Liberian boy with tethered monkey.
Photo: Seated woman beside a sleeping infant and dog. She wears chalk on her face, which is used as a traditional cure and after Sande initiations.
Minstrel show program: "Firestone Overseas Club presents the Greater Minstrel Shows 9:30 p.m. Sept. 27, 1941. Clubhouse."
Photo: Man posing in front of a house with frame completed.
Photo: Acrobatic performance with drummers and observers. African and Western style buildings behind.
Photo: Liberian rubber tappers with latex collection buckets.
Photo: Liberian group in village on market day. Women seated with baskets under tree at center.
Photo: Four passengers on board S.S. Cathlamet.
Photo: Two Liberian men entering a cleared area.
Photo: Adult acrobat prepares to catch a child performer. Drummers are behind with a small audience.
Photo: Young Liberian man in Western clothing and with glasses.
Photo: Four men operating two-man saw with large cleared area in background.
Photo: A large group of Liberians and Americans watches a Snake Society acrobat toss child above his head.
Exterior photo of residence (pickup truck in front).
Photo: Dancer in mask and costume. Thatched building behind, with photographer's shadow visible on ground.
Photo: About 15 rubber tappers sitting on bench in front of tapping buckets at collection station.
Photo: Two women and a child seated in front of a house. Younger woman tends a cooking pot while the older woman makes a large flat basket, shares stool with child.
Photo: S.S. Cathlamet from shore or dock (lighters pulled alongside).
Photo: Second American man with rifle poses over buffalo trophy.
Photo: Passenger ship (S.S. Acadia ?) from lighter with Liberian oarsmen.
Photo: Manis residence interior with 19+ masks, Deangle costume for masquerade (now in Harn collections).
Photo: Plantation landscape with large executive residential building on hill in background.
Photo: Dirt road through new plantations of rubber saplings.
Photo: Liberian woman tends a market stall in village or work camp. She has bitter ball, cola and rice among other things for sale.
Bank of Monrovia check with Firestone watermark, 2 one cent revenue stamps.
Typescript letter dated Nov. 7, 1941 to Mrs. Elsa Magni advising her that W.E. Manis sailed from Liberia on Nov. 6.
Photo: A masked and costumed figure performs (possibly a dancer supporting another on his shoulders).
Photo: Two Liberian men using a mortar, each with a pestle.
Photo: Palm trees bordering a rural road.
Photo: Termite queen held up for camera on a light colored piece of paper.
Photo: Five Liberian men sit on a mat around a bowl. Two houses, a cooking pot, sandals are nearby.
Photo: Stone guest house with galvanized roof, elevated first floor.
Photo: American man with two young chimpanzees.
Photo: Masked dancer performs on tall stilts in front of a large audience.
Photo: Dirt track road with apparently abandoned building (roof has no thatch).
Portrait of a Liberian woman standing with arms folded. She is in front of a house and smiles broadly.
Photo: Liberian man in khaki shorts and white t-shirt posing.
Photo: The buffalo hunting trophy displayed on ground.
Photo: Roadside group of Liberian and American men with two pickup trucks near thatched roof houses.
Photo: Mask 1. Tufted figure.
Photo: Two seated Liberian men playing Mancala or "Poo" with pebbles or seeds placed in holes in the ground.
Photo: Two Liberian children, one in Western and another in local dress.
One act play Sunday. Dec. 15, 1940 newsletter clipping.
Telegram 1: personal note from Mother (Mrs. Elsa Magni).
Photo: An American man (Manis) and woman, standing at top of a steep hill.
Photo: Mask 4. Bird figure.
Photo: Masquerade sitting in front of a small thatched structure (kitchen or shrine?).
Photo: Liberian woman carrying a baby on her back, row of houses in background.
Personal ms. letter from Cornelius B. Philips on US Public Health Service letterhead. Nov. 26, 1939.
Photo: An American man and woman in pith helmets and bathing suits at the beach.
Photo: Mask 2. Mustached figure with tusks.
Photo: Liberian man in Western clothes posing in front of a round thatched house.
Photo: American man in short khakis and pith helmet poses with a large snake.
Photo: Two women, an adult man and three children in a cleared forest area.
Photo: View of tugboat from aboard S.S. Cathlamet.
Photograph: Two American men and a woman, seated. Manis is on the right.
Planter's Punch, Firestone Overseas Club newsletter. Harbel, Liberia. Vol. 2, No. 4 (March 1 and 15, 1941).
Photo: Mask 6. Figure with bird beak shaped mouth.
Photo: Eighty+ small round thatched houses on cleared hillside (possibly a Firestone plantation work camp?).
Photo: Liberian man in ceremonial Snake Society dress handles a snake. Three musicians with small slit drums, rattles, play amongst several observers. Houses apparently "Gio" or Dan.
Photo: Liberian man cutting strips of reed or palm (for house construction?).
Photo: Passenger on deck of S.S. Cathlamet freighter.
Photo: American men and women seated separately on small set of bleachers (at a sporting event?).
Photo: Thatching the roof on a house.
Photo: Acrobatic performance attended by a group of Americans standing in front of their pickup trucks.
Letter dated March 21, 1940 from R. F. Nyan, requesting transfer to another position.
Photo: Three passengers on board S.S. Cathlamet.
Photo: Large group of Liberian plantation workers with rubber saplings behind them.
Photo: Construction project behind earthen dam (possibly a dam or bridge?) with a crane and truck.
Photo: Acrobatic performance with child sitting on adult's shoulders. African and Western style buildings behind.
Photo: Plantation workers in open building (divisional collection station?).
Photo: Two men use a large saw to cut a log set in a lashed wooden frame to allow saw to work vertically.
Photo: Six passengers on board S.S. Cathlamet (with Mac).
Photo: Acrobats of the Snake Society toss a child between them.
Exterior photo (bungalow house as provided for American staff at Firestone Plantations).
Photo: A masked and costumed dancer. Thatched buildings are visible in background.
Photo: Rubber tapping, or possibly tapper training. Tappers appear to be practicing on the stumps of thinned trees.
Photo: Two women carrying crawfish traps on their heads, and holding bouquets of flowers.
Photo: American man with rifle poses over "bush cow" or buffalo trophy. Note Liberian man in hammock, who died, as Will Manis recalled, when the buffalo charged and gored him.
Customs stamp and round luggage sticker.
Photo: Manis residence interior with mask over fireplace, carved figures and other objects on mantle.
Photo: Wide plantation landscape with fence in foreground, buildings behind.
Photo: Rubber tree and tree stump with cuts in bark (possibly the result of test tapping and thinning or an example of a training tool for tappers?).
Photo: Three young men appear to be carrying bundles or sheaves of rice on their heads. Possibly to shade the sun?
Postcard portrait of African woman in traditional dress.
Ephemera. S.S. Acadia menu for Thanksgiving dinner, en route to New York. Nov. 20 1941.
Letter to "Dear Miss Fortune" from "Senorita", Research, printed in "Planter's Punch" Dec. 15, 1940.
Photo: A masked and costumed dancer performs in front of drummers and an audience of mostly young men.
Ms. letter from Henry Cooper dated Feb. 26, 1939 (sic--must have been 1940), requesting a pass for his wife to leave the hospital and return home.
Photo: Young Liberian woman pounds grain in front of house. Two women stand behind, one with winnowing basket.
Photo: Monrovia (Water Street?). Many pedestrians, African man in white suit, pith helmet.
Photo: Large termite mound.
Photo: A masked figure on tall stilts performs in front of a large male audience - The "stilt devil" is associated with Snake Society ceremonies.
Photo: Two Liberian men and a woman holding an infant surround a cooking fire with several metal pots.
Ms. letter dated Feb. 21, 1940 to Manis from Johnny Cooper requesting work.
Photo: Manis on boat posing with a barracuda. He loved fishing, but wasn't very interested in hunting.
Photo: One passenger on board S.S. Cathlamet.
Grebo Mask, possibly Kru (Liberia and Ivory Coast) = Masque de Grebo, potentiellement de Kru (Libéria et Côte d'Ivoire)
Sense, Style, Presence : African arts of personal adornment exhibition materials
Sense, Style, Presence : African arts of personal adornment exhibition materials
Sense, Style, Presence : African arts of personal adornment exhibition materials
Sense, Style, Presence : African arts of personal adornment exhibition materials
An English-Herero dictionary
Notes for beekeepers in Tanganyika
From the start to surrender
Achegas para a bibliografia de Moðcambique
Geology of the north Ilunga area
Der ursprung der Gottesidee
Cairo review
Estudos sobre o tifo murino na Guinâe Portuguesa
Au Congo (1898)
Cairo review
Final repor: activities, findings and conclusions of the Range Management Improvement Project 608-0145, Morocco
Sea fisheries and fish ports in Angola
Negocios externos
Histâoria da fundaðcäao de Lourenðco Marques
Wood-boring beetles in South Africa
Proceedings at the annual meeting of the Association of Closer Union Societies at Johannesburg, March 3rd, 4th and 5th, 1909
A history of the colonization of Africa by alien races
L'Egypte monumentale & pittoresque
Le droit public du Congo belge et notions de droit administratif
A agricultura e a indâustria na Provâincia de Angola
Linguistische schets van het Bangubangu
N'Ano ne n'ano
On-farm legume experimentation to improve soil fertility in the Zimuto Communal Area, Zimbabwe : farmer perceptions and feedback
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Centre (HOORC) Science Centre
Adoption of maize and wheat technologies in eastern Africa
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Main Library (exterior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (exterior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (interior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (interior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Assessment of the effectiveness of maize seed assistance to vulnerable farm households in Zimbabwe
Student housing at the University of Botswana (Gaborone)
Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Adoption of maize production technologies in Southern Tanzania
Farmers' maize seed systems in western Oromia, Ethiopia
Development and promotion of quality protein maize in Sub-Saharan Africa : progress report 2003
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Centre (HOORC) Library
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Centre (HOORC) Library
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Main Library (exterior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (exterior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (interior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (exterior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (interior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Student housing at the University of Botswana (Gaborone)
Strategies for strengthening and scaling up community-based seed production
Adoption of maize production technologies in central Tanzania
Seeds of innovation
Adoption of maize production technologies in western Tanzania
Maize production environments revisited
Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Centre (HOORC) Herbarium exterior
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Harry Oppenheimer Okavango Research Centre (HOORC) Library
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Main Library (exterior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (interior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (exterior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (interior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Losw use of fertilizers and low productivity in Sub-Saharan Africa
Adoption of improved bread wheat varieties and inorganic fertilizer by small-scale farmers in Yelmana Densa, and Farta Districts of northwestern Ethiopia
Adoption of maize production technologies in the Lake Zone of Tanzania
Successful community-based seed production strategies
Gender differentials in agricultural production and decision-makeing among smallholders in Ada, Lume, and Gimbichu Woredas of the Central Highlands of Ethiopia
Seeds of innovation
Adoption of maize seed and fertilizer technologies in Embu District, Kenya
Mosque near the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
An agro-climatological characterization of bread wheat production areas in Ethiopia
Tshwaragano Book Binders (Tshwaragano, Botswana)
Main Library (exterior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (exterior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Main Library (interior) at the University of Bostwana (Gaborone)
Student housing at the University of Botswana (Gaborone)
Produção de sementes de culturas alimentares na região da SADC
Adoption of mazie production technologies in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania
Practical plant nematology : a field and laboratory guide
Adoption of maize production technologies in northern Tanzania
Development programme 1958-62
Through the Dark continent
Revue du monde musulman
Moukanda
Antologia da ficðcäao cabo-verdiana contemporãanea
Uniestatistieke oor vyftig jaar
Woordeboek Afrikaans-Engels, Engels-Afrikaans
Proceedings of the 12th Regional Wheat Workshop for Eastern, Central, and Southern Africa
Outline grammar of Bantu
Yoruba composition
Un manuel hispanique de hisba
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Relatãorio sobre um projecto de rega e drenagem e outros trabalhos de engenharia agrâicola nos territâorios da Companhia Colonial do Buzi
Tropa d'Africa
Notes et documents relatifs à la politique des chemins de fer en Afrique tropicale
Baumannville community : a study of the first African family location in Durban
Report of Coker Commission of Inquiry into the Affairs of certain statutory corporations in Wetern Nigeria, 1962
Report of the first conference of Eastern Nigeria Councils of Social Service held at Nsukka from 19-21 February 1965
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
Report of Coker Commission of Inquiry into the Affairs of certain statutory corporations in Wetern Nigeria, 1962
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
Heures africaines
Zambeziana
Pratiques des harems marocains
A occupação de Moçambique, 1869-1909
A nossa luta âe uma revoluðcäao nacionalizaðcäoes-Moðcambique
Comparative handbook of Congo languages
West African art from the Rosenbloom Collection
From Affiniam-Boutem to Dakar : migration from the Casamance, life in the urban environment of Dakar, and the resulting evolutionary changes in local Diola organizations
A revised list of Kenya grasses
Epistora ne Evangerio yose ye gore re Kirike
A dictionary of the Kaffir language
Secret of the Sahara : Kufara
Population of Tanganyika
Masks of West Africa
New Africa
Moçambique
Moçambique
Moçambique
Souvenirs de l'Equateur (1888-1896)
Moçambique
Instructions for the guidance of the captains and commanding officers of Her Majesty's ships of war employed in the suppression of the slave trade
Loi du 27 août 1966 sur l'education nationale de la République Rwandaise =
La Peche industrielle des poissons pélagiques cotiers au Sénégal en 1966
Budget speech
Language guide
Art negre
Kalikoni
South-Eastern State, Teaching Service Commission
Yoruba names
Colonies portugaises d'Afrique
Association of Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
Emigration to Liberia
Anecdotes du vieux Congo
Mes transes à trente ans
Figures in wood of West Africa
Assessing firewood resources and labor requirements, district, Botswana
Women's Program of the Gambian Mixed Farming Project
Gender factor and technology options for Zambia's subsistence farming systems
Division of labor and farm productivity in Sub-saharan Africa
Participation and training of Egyptian farm women in agriculture
Village bank reaches the farm woman : a case from Egypt
Integration of women into FSR / EXT for faster technology change
Institutional and policy parameters affecting gender issues in Farming Systems Research in Tanzania
Problems of understanding and communication at the interface of knowledge systems
Using male research and extension personnel to target women farmers
Comparison of rural women's time use in two villages in Malawi
Role of women farmers in the choosing of species for agroforestry farming systems in rural areas of Ghana
Gender relations and technological change : the need for an integrative framework of analysis
Impact of modern changes i the Chitemene Farming System in the Northern Province of Zambia
Intra-household dynamics and state policies as constraints on food production : results of a 1985 agroeconomic survey in Cameroon
Female-headed households in an agro-pastoral society
Woman to woman approach in extension : the Kenyan experience
Benefits of alley farming for the African farmer and her household
Social organization and the outmigration of rural Diola women
Diagnostic survey of female headed households in the central province of Zambia
Intra-household gender issues in farming systems in Tanzania, Zambia and Malawi
Burkina Faso : access and control of resources in the farming system : recent legal, political and socio-economic changes
Census of the European or white races of the Union of South Africa, 1918
Migration statistics
Government's proposals for further constitutional change
An economic study of three villages in Zaria Province
Far bugles
Migration statistics
Du Cameroun au Caire par le désert de Libye
Belgisch Congoland
Guia do colono para a Africa portugueza
Third world women, family, work, and empowerment
Pare district, 1928-1954
Constitutional problem in Kenya.
O homem branco e o homem de cor frente a frente
La colonisation pittoresque
Census of the European or white races of the Union of South Africa, 1918
Third world women, family, work, and empowerment
Migration statistics
Statement of the Sierra Leone Government on the report of the Commission of Inquiry into Disturbances in the Protectorate (November, 1955 to March, 1956)
Diseases of French or dwarf beans
Annullacao de contracto de venda de um tereno, Comarca de Loanda, 1.a vara
Electoral Consolidation Act, 1946 (act no. 46 of 1946)
Relatâorio dum estâagio
Bemba grammar notes for beginners
Natives land (Amendment) Bill. (To be read a second time on Monday, 4th March, 1929). Bill to make further provision as to the acquisition of land by natives outside the areas defined by the Schedule to Act no. 27 of 1913 to amend that Act in certain respects to determine the conditions on which natives may reside upon land in areas in which they are prohibited from acquiring land and for other purposes incidental to all such provisions =
Notes et documents relatifs à la politique des chemins de fer en Afrique tropicale
Les langues spontanâees, dites commerciales, du Congo
Vocabulaire de la langue baya (Haute Sanga)
Flores singelas
Rugwaro rwe citatu
Groundnuts in Rhodesia
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
1988 annual report Testing & Liaison Unit (TLU)
Le Congo et les livres
Twenty year report of the Phelps-Stokes fund, 1911-1931
As ilhas portuguesas de Cabo Verde
Nocoes sobre silos e silagem
Kongoleesche vertellingen
Comparative phonetics of the Suto-Chuana group of Bantu languages
Report of the ... Ordinary General Meeting
Socio-economic constraints to the production, distribution, and consumption of millet, sorghum, and cash crops in North Kordofan, Sudan
Companhia do Oriente Africano
Mousinho
Mbiru
I missa yosapo
Gambia mixed farming and resource management project (635-0203)
As missoes ultramarinas
Duas oraðcäoes
Field development services
Missièen der Belgische Minderbroeders
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
African intelligence
Botswana agriculture technology improvement (633-0221)
Exposiðcäao Provincial de Benguela, Nova Lisboa, 1935
Recommendation domains for districts in central and Francistown regions of Botswana
Regulamento do Departamento Marítimo de Angola
Um governo em Africa
Grammaire et exercices pratiques
Katekisimo re matrimonio
Navegaðcäoes de Luâis de Cadamosto
Yoruba-speaking peoples of south-western Nigeria
Gore rinoyera re sangano
Angola, um ano no govãerno geral (1942-1943)
Kare-kare, buku recipiri sub B =
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
Formulation document of the TanzaniaNetherlands farming systems research project
Benin kingdom and the Edo-speaking peoples of south-western Nigeria
Les champs d'or (Afrique Portugais)
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Angola
Tsamba yecipiri =
Ngano
Aplication of expert systems to study of acid soils in Rwanda
Entrevista com o comandante Joao de Figueiredo, antigo gobernador de Cabo Verde.
Operaðcäoes militares na regiäao da Sanga, do concelho de Novo Redondo, em 1893
Address to the Nationalists' Conference
Izifundo neVangeli ezecawe nentsuku ezingcwele
A prisäao do Gungunhana
Tsamba yecitatu
U-Nomalizo okanye izinto zalomhlaba ngamajingiqiwu
La mise áa mort du dieu en Égypte
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Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
La poésie chez les primitifs ou contes, fables, récits et proverbes du Rwanda (Lac Kivu)
UF-USAID Gender and soil fertility CRSP. Main paper.
UF-USAID Gender and soil fertility CRSP. E-mail.
ABibliography of women in agricultural development
A Guide to the Gender Dimension of Environment and Natural Resources Management Based on Sample Review of USAID NRM Projects in Africa
Women in agriculture in the developing world
Women in agriculture in the developing world
Women in agriculture in the developing world
Women in agriculture in the developing world
Women in agriculture in the developing world
Women in agriculture in the developing world
Women in agriculture in the developing world
Tanzania Farming Systems Research project (621-0156)
Malawi agricultural research project (612-0202)
Nepal agricultural research and production project (367-0149)
Lesotho farming systems research project (632-0065)
Vignettes of core, operational, and generic constraints in A.I.D.-funded farming systems research and extension projects
Beaded Coronet (orikogbofo)
Rapport général sur la lutte de libération nationale
Local government and politics in Usambara
Griff nach Ostafrika
La politique coloniale belge
Perspectives on farmer adoption of alley cropping in semiarid areas of Machakos, Kenya
Rugwaro rwe cina
Du Cap au lac Nyassa
Lessons in Chibemba, being one hundred easy graded lessons
Zambia agricultural development research & extension project (611-0201)
Imfinyezo yemiteto leseluleko esenzelwa Ilijioni kaMaria
Mary Slessor of Calabar
A history of Egypt in the Middle Ages
Cidade e muceque
Plan for supporting agricultural research and faculties of agriculture in Africa
Women of the world
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
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Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
Farming Systems Support Project newsletter
A grande noite africana
Terras de Africa
Aridoculture baseline study and farming systems typology report
Terras de Africa
O projecto do snr. Ministro da Marinha ou o encerramento do mercado africano para os vinhos do Porto
Women of the world
Documents sur la langue kissi
Kivukoni darubini yenu
African women in development
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Concessoes em Angola
Woordeboek Afrikaans-Engels, Engels-Afrikaans
Ultramar Portuguães
Au pays des Massaèi
Legislation of Sierra Leone
A hunter's life among lions, elephants and other wild animals of South Africa
1.o Barão d'Agua Izé e seu filho Visconde de Malanza
Farming systems research
Kivukoni darubini yenu
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Beaded Panel (isebebe)
Sash with Triangular Pendant (nkody mupaap)
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
Bridal Apron (itshogolo)
Beaded Panel (isibebe)
Male Royal Ancestor Mask (Mbwoom)
Beaded Panel (isibebe)
Elephant Mask
Beaded apron
Woman's Belt
Fertility figure (akua'ba)
Beaded Panel (isibebe)
Belt (mukody mu-ikup lakiing)
Beaded Panel Necklace (ithemba)
Doll
Necklace with Porte Koran (xirsi)
Beaded Panel (impondweni)
Diviner’s Headdress
Beaded Apron
Girl’s Initiation Apron (thito)
Female Twin Figure (ere ibeji)
Beer pot with lid (ukhamba with imbenge)
Beaded Coronet (orikogbofo)
Beaded panel (ithemba)
Belt (yeemy mikomingom)
Beaded Panel (isebebe)
Beaded Panel Necklace with Female Figure (isibebe)
Man's Wedding Apron (ibeshu)
Child's Apron
Child Figure (nwana)
Beer Pot (ukhamba)
Beaded Coronet (orikogbofo)
Beaded Panel Necklace (ithemba)
Hat (kupash)
Beaded Panel (isebebe)
Doll
Beaded Panel (isibebe)
Married Woman's Apron (Isephepehtu)
Beaded panel pin (isipheleti)
Doll (ham pilu)
Wedding Staff
Seated Female Figure (esi mansa)
Face mask (deangle)
Diviner's Bag (apo Ifa)
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
Hat (mpaan)
Beaded Panel (isibebe)
Doll (umndwana)
Beaded Panel (isebebe)
Gala Blanket (nguba)
Beaded Doll (nguana modula)
Beaded earflap
Married Woman’s Apron (mapotho or lipothu)
Doll (umdwana)
Royal Slippers (bata ileke)
Ngwane Wedding Cape (isikoti)
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
Belt (yeemy mambolmashet)
Beaded Panel (isibebe)
Dance Staff (ithelefonu)
Man's Back Tie (ulimi, uthayi)
Tobacco Bag (ingxowa)
Beaded panel pin (isipheleti)
Beaded earflap
Bride's Apron (pepetu)
Sheepskin Wrap Skirt
Small Bag
Divination Tapper (iroke ifa)
Alternate View
Married Zulu Woman's Belt (isibhamba or ixhama)
Back Apron (thimba)
Young Matron's Dress
Beaded Panel (ithemba)
Man's Prestige Hat (ashetu)
Beaded Panel (isibebe)
Dance Staff (amandondolo)
Beaded panel (isebebe)
Beaded apron
Woman's Purse
Doll (ngwana wa pelego)
Lid for Beer Pot (imbenge)
Beaded Crown (adenla)
Headdress
Headrest (ngachar or chemperit)
Beaded great crown (Ade), Yoruba people
Africana Collection ( brochure )
Kuosi society elephant mask, Bamileke people, Cameroun, 20th century (export market?)
Rikli Filmography
Rikli Bibliography
Proceedings and materials from the National Workshop on Women in Agricultural Development
Grassroots development
Using male research and extension personnel to target women farmers
Women farmers and food issues in Africa
Priorities for women's programmes
Women farmers in Malawi
Thebulletin of the Southern Association of Africanists
Thebulletin of the Southern Association of Africanists
The gorilla hunters
Impact on small holders and women
Somalia
Analysis of Washo conjugal relations
Sub-Saharan Africa Conference on Market Towns and Rural Growth, Economic and Social Linkages
African healing strategies Conference , March 7-9, 1984; Center for African Studies information brochure
Summer Institute on African Studies for teachers and educators : June 19-30, 1978 at the University of Florida information brochure.
Summer Institute on African Studies for teachers and educators : June 18-29, 1979 at the University of Florida information brochure
Utilitarian Objects of Africa February 10-March 9, 1984, the Grinter Galleries brochure
Resume analytique les hommes, les femmes et les reseaux de commercialisation ruraux-urbains
The tales of Peter Parley about Africa
Women in agriculture in the developing world
Women in agriculture in the developing world
Action memorandum for the Assistant Administrator for Africa
Recueil des notices et memoires de la Societe archeologique du departement de Constantine.
Taqwåim al-Nåil
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique, historique et gâeographique de la wilaya de Constantine
Musee de Marrakech, Fondation Omar Benjelloun
Kalahari Gemsbok National Park : general information = Kalahari-Gemsbok Nasionale Park : algemene inligting
Kalahari Gemsbok National Park : general information = Kalahari-Gemsbok Nasionale Park : algemene inligting
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Women in food production and food security in Africa
Selected issues in rural development in the Near East
Development of village-based sheep production in West Africa : a success story involving women's groups
Analysis of credit schemes benefitting rural women in selected African countries
Lewis Berner Africa Scrapbook Album 1
Social analysis of an agricultural investment project with emphasis on the role of rural women
Adopting improved farm technology
Potential impact of AIDS on population and economic growth rates
Comparing village characteristics derived from rapid appraisals and household surveys : a tale from Northern Mali
Agricultural policy implementation
Kano River Irrigation Project
Sex roles in the Nigerian Tiv farm household
Impact of male out-migration on women in farming
Resource guide, women in agriculture
Ilora farm settlement in Nigeria
Farming System case study, Ijaye, Nigeria. Part 1.
Farming System case study, Ijaye, Nigeria. Part 2.
Farming System case study, Ijaye, Nigeria. L. P. model.
Resources, power and women
Accelerating food production in Sub-Saharan Africa
Maize in the Mampong-Sekodumasi area of Ghana
Demonstrations of an interdisciplinary farming systems approach to planning adaptive agricultural research programmes
To feed ourselves
Maize production practices and problems in Egypt
A bibliography on rural development in Tanzania
Gender and gold mining
Animal traction in eastern Upper Volta
production and equity in agricultural producer strategies
SD abstracts
Soil fertility management research for the smallholder maize-based cropping systems of southern Africa
Research on agricultural development in sub-Saharan Africa
L'evolution technique et le petit cultivateur en pays Haoussa, au nord du Nigeria
Grainery door (Mali)
Power figure
Nwantantay plank mask (Bwa people, Mali)
Unidentified African mask
Southern Fulani farming system in Upper Volta
Technical change and the small farmer in Hausaland, Northern Nigeria
Income distribution among farmers in northern Nigeria
Background notes, Suriname
Working women in Africa
Panel on informal labour markets : Nigerian women in the labour force : planning for effective participation in the development process
Truth and Reconciliation : Final Report
Elephant mask (Bamileke people, Cameroon)
Unidentified African four-eyed mask
Unidentified African hardwood crocodile helmet mask
Fertility decline in developing countries
Woman with Umbrella and Handkerchief
Woman displaying Back Tie
Woman in Western Dress with Book
Woman with Umbrella and Handkerchief
Woman with Umbrella and Flower Basket
Woman Displaying Back Tie
Woman Displaying Back Tie with Carrying Case
Two Young Men with Hats
Woman Displaying Back Tie with Hat
Two Men with Flower Basket
Woman with Two Men and Flower Basket
Woman With Umbrella and Handkerchief
Two Young Women in Western Dress with Flower Basket
Woman Wearing Sweater with a Handbag and Flower Basket
Woman with Umbrella and Necklace in Hand
Woman with Cape and Pink Skirt
Infant with Yellow Shoes
Woman with Bicycle Print Skirt
Woman in Black Skirt Holding Infant
Woman in Hat with Young Girl in Hat
Woman in Hat with Telephone
Woman in Polka Dot Dress and Glasses
Woman in White Cape and Green Skirt
Woman in Dress with White Shoes, Three-Quarter Pose
Woman in Dress with White Shoes, Frontal Pose
Three Women in Matching Dress
Young Girl with Skirt
Woman in Black Cape and Green Skirt
Woman in White Cape and Maroon Skirt with Telephone
Woman in Purple Cape, Three-Quarter Pose
Woman in Purple Cape, Frontal Pose
Woman with Black Skirt
Woman with Black Pleated Skirt
Woman with Black Pleated Skirt
Woman with Short Skirt
Two Women in Capes and Skirts
Woman in Green Skirt
Woman in Green Skirt, Against Red Background
Woman in Black Cape and White Skirt
Woman in White Sleeveless Shirt and Purple Skirt
Woman in Purple Cape
Woman in Long Sleeve Printed Dress
Woman Displaying Beads
Woman with Shield
Man with Younger Man in Jacket
Woman in Black Skirt
Woman with Carrying Case
Women and their professional future
Rapid food security assessment in Mwense District, Luapula, Province, Zambia
Access of rural girls to primary education in the Third World
Traditional and biomedical health care systems in northwest Zambia
effects of indigenous versus modern techniques on lactation : the Luvale of Zambia
Rural-urban migration in Sierra Leone
Cocoa
Farming systems newsletter
Maize marketing and distribution in southern Zaire
Maize production patterns in southern Zaire
Diffusion of hybrid maize in Western Kenya
Demonstrations of an interdisciplinary approach to planning adaptive agricultural research programmes
Demonstrations of an interdisciplinary approach to planning adaptive agricultural research programmes
Report on a networkshop on issues in on farm experimentation
Indigenous therapeutic style and its consequences for natality
Notecards on children who were interviewed and attended a clinic at Chavuma Renal Hospital in Zambia, 1972
Women's rituals related to fertility among the Luvale of Zambia
Notecards on children who were interviewed and attended a clinic at Chavuma Renal Hospital in Zambia, 1972
Fertility, marriage and ritual participation among the Luvale of North-Western Province, Zambia
Markala cooperative
What about us?
Village women organize
Doing more with less
Port Sudan small scale enterprise program
By and for women
Lewis Berner [UF 6] ( Oral History Interview )
Using COPE to improve quality of care
Empowering the next generation
Toward a new paradigm for farming systems research-extension
Supporting women farmers in the Green Zones of Mozambique
Farming systems survey of Meme Division, South West Province, Republic of Cameroon
En la ardiente Etiopía
Triple Eleven Club, Johannesburg, 1914-1918
Farming systems survey of Manyu Division, South West Province, Republic of Cameroon
An agricultural research strategy for Africa
Farming system of the Nkoyama family and its possible alternatives analyzed with linear programming
Sustainable agriculture in Africa
Economic analysis of small farm systems
Lesotho farming systems research project (632-0065)
Africa bureau
Proceedings, midcourse 2000 researchers meeting of the BeanCowpea Collaborative Research Support Program, April 9-14, 2000
Trusteeship agreement for the Territory of Togoland under British administration
A history of Egypt ..
âAfrica occidental espaänola (Sâahara y Guinea)
Lozi grammar
Dahomey
Evaluation report, October 1983
Race problems in the new Africa
Dahomey (volume two)
Plan decennal pour le developpement âeconomique et social du Ruanda-Urundi
Black migration to South Africa
Postharvest food losses in developing countries
Epidemiology of Luvale spirit possession -- alternatives to procreation
Negro in Africa, America, and the West Indies: catalog no.74, pt.2
Launches and lighters pulled up alongside the ship's gangway.
Technology and rural women in the third world
A crowd of people appear to be waiting at the train station.
Two children appear in front of a wooden fence and the door to what may be a house.
A European man in a wool jacket poses in front of two other men.
Apparently the Emperor's son is seated in a chair under a tent with his attendants.
War Monument at Port Taufiq, Egypt
A formal assembly of Ethiopian officials is seated on an outdoor dais.
Large railway station with many Africans and a European man.
Europeans at a dinner with champagne being poured by a servant in white gloves.
A group of Europeans sits at a cafe table with coffee. An Ethiopian server carries a coffee pot.
A group of Ethiopian men and women.
Mehesso rail station, with people approaching boxcars and a large building in the background.
Church attendants in bare feet hold an icon under a parasol outside a columned building.
Emperor, seated with coffee and dessert service on small table.
Emperor with Dr. Fritz Grobba, reading a letter.
Monument for Australia and New Zealand troops was unveiled at Port Said in 1932.
Same young woman stands in a courtyard, posing for the camera.
Young boys with baskets in front of a troop of resting camels.
Boats on the beach with men. Boats and large ships in the water behind them.
Young woman posed in a bed.
Palais Longchamp, Marseille
Emperor Haile Selassie I seated on a chair with two European men in background. One man in a pith helmet is operating a movie camera aimed toward the Emperor.
View of a single funnel passenger steamer.
Ethiopian men appear to be waiting for an arrival at the railway station. One European man is standing in the background.
Four Ethiopian men outside the church.
Sunrise or sunset from aboard ship. Apparently overlooking the port at Djibouti.
A uniformed Ethiopian man apparently approaches the Emperor to declare his loyalty. This is a traditional ritual performed in anticipation of war.
African adults and children appear to be begging from the railroad passengers.
Aicha rail station in background with Ethiopians and westerners standing along tracks.
Crescent Hotel and Hotel de L'Europe in Aden, Yemen.
An Ethiopian woman appears seated next to a European man in a tuxedo at a banquet table.
Looking down at the Cisterns of Tawila from above Aden, Yemen with the city in the background.
Formal coffee and dessert service with silverware & china.
African children and adults next to a railway car. They are possibly begging or selling goods to the railroad passengers.
Landscape view of a dry river bed with hills or bluffs in background.
Church officials in their regalia are assembled outdoors under fringed parasols.
Two women with covered baskets, one with basket on head.
A view from the passenger car looking at front of train along a curve.
An African soldier in a white uniform with a sash and plumed fez.
Ministers Count Vinci (Italy), Sir Sidney Barton (England), and Janssens (Belgium) sit at a formal assembly.
Marseilles, France: Place d'Aix and La Canebière tramway or street cars.
Five children pose for photo with an infant on the hip of one young girl.
A small household compound in the desert with rock wall, oil barrel and flat roof.
A large number of Ethiopians appears to be in a church (St. George?). Several religious officials stand under parasols.
Landscape with several Ethiopians, a donkey, bridge, buildings, trees, and hills in the background.
Two herders with a small flock of about a dozen goats.
Ethiopian man with bananas.
Egyptian Patriarch of the Orthodox Church leaves the building. A European man in top hat waves.
Four women stand near the train. A trough, fence and building are visible.
Missing print from album.
Emperor in his tent is accompanied by Prince Makonnen and others.
Same baby, seated on a carpet and dressed in white crocheted outfit with a lace color, inspects a flower.
Several African men appear to be selling bananas.
Four small fishing boats with oars
German Legation.
Two Ethiopian women pose along a road with a stone wall terrace and a fence.
Tram tracks on road along the water (La Corniche)
Minister Barton appears with a European woman at a dinner or reception.
A view of the Emperor with his entourage and visitors in a tent. He is accompanied by his small white dog.
Animals crossing the river at a ford.
Storm clouds and lightning over a nearby steamer with deck lights on. Surface damage obscures the view.
Emperor Haile Selassie I walks away from what appears to be a military tent. A European officer and two Ethiopian women are following him.
Emperor is seated at a dining table next to a European woman. He is being served from a dish on a tray.
A variety of people in front of the horse race track grandstand at Jan Meda.
A fancy silver coffee service appears on a banquet table.
Emperor steps out of a train car into an awaiting crowd.
Emperor is seated with family members (Empress Menen, Princess Tsehai and Prince Makonnen?). European military officers, Ethiopian women and a European priest appear to be standing behind.
Emperor Haile Selassie I descends some outdoor stairs with a servant holding his parasol. They are accompanied by two small white dogs.
View of port with large cranes in the background
Goats in a boat on the river bank. Possibly the Awash River (aka Hawash)?
Young woman stands alone on a barren desert plain.
Emperor Haile Selassie I on what appear to be cushions or a bed under a large canopy.
Emperor Haile Selassie I seated in a car.
Another view of assembled irregular troops at the stairs of the imperial palace with a lion statue behind them.
An African woman, young girl, and an infant.
Europeans in formal dress ion driveway in front of the Gibbi palace.
View of Marseilles with the basilica of Notre-Dame de la Garde on the hill above the city and the old port.
Ethiopians outside the Old Palace or Gibbi.
A large group of Ethiopian soldiers in a field, with some men apparently looking for something in the grass or gathering grain. A European man appears to be taking a photograph. Possibly the Emperor's son (Prince Mahonnen) is holding a handful of grass.
Château d'If
Emperor is standing with a turbaned man behind him.
Church officials inside the church.
Lady Barton and a European man are seated at a dining table with trays and glasses.
An older African woman with a cane and a young child stand on the railroad tracks.
Haile Selassie I is seated with others at a banquet table. Print is spotted.
Two young women in the courtyard, where one drinks from a teapot spout.
Buildings along the quay with small boats.
A profile view of an Ethiopian man.
Aden viewed below the mountains and road up hill to Cisterns of Tawila.
An Ethiopian official or member of the court poses for a photograph.
A group of Africans and herds of goats nearby a watering hole.
Street view of Djibouti Town with people, buildings, electric lines and tower in background.
Main Pass road above Aden.
African women and children alongside railroad car.
Frau Kirchholtes with several men outdoors.
A man poses with egrets.
Desert scene with wall, thatched roof houses and a few people.
A river view with livestock and trees, apparently taken from a railroad bridge.
Gibbi or royal palace.
Port Said "Native Quarter."
Ministers Bodard and Barton toast with brandy snifters.
View from the train car with a large boulder between the tracks and telegraph lines.
Ethiopian officials appear to be assembled in a courtroom.
Banquet table with several European women, Ethiopians and European men.
A young Ethiopian boy holds a church icon. Two men, one in church regalia, pose next to him.
Ships passing through the Suez Canal, 1935.
Print missing from album.
Emperor Haile Selassie I entering a tent. Ethiopian and European men appear in the background.
Desert scene with round mud walled and thatched roof houses.
European man in all white clothes and pith helmet in front of Crescent Hotel in Aden, Yemen.
Two small white dogs. Print surface is scratched.
African soldiers in dress white uniforms. Lances with flags include one with a swastika.
Emperor Haile Selassie I and others standing outdoors. A hand holding a parasol appears in front of the Emperor's son.
A portrait of Princess Tsehai with a "gofere" (or "Afro") hair style, drinking coffee.
Possibly the Emperor Haile Selassie I and a European woman in a room. Several large bare light bulbs are mounted on the wall behind them.
A church attendant carries a pair of religious paintings or church icons.
Ethiopian Emperor is seated with a European diplomat. Other men appear in the background.
European men, probably diplomats in their top hats and tails, appear to be waiting under strings of flags for the arrival of a train. A very tall African soldier appears in the background.
A European woman and an Ethiopian man stand next to each other. She is wearing a fur coat.
Count Vinci, Italian Minister.
Another view of the Emperor Haile Selassie I reviewing troops or passing an honor guard.
A young woman with necklace and other jewelry rests her head on her hand at a curtained, latticed window.
European men shaking hands at the train station.
Young woman poses for the camera, reclining on a bed in a classic harem pose.
Church attendants in regalia. One holds an icon depicting St. George killing the dragon.
A group of African men and women stand alongside the tracks at a station.
A young Ethiopian man (Prince Mahonnen?) wears a dark cape and hat while walking in a field with other men.
Military parade with soldier bearing flag.
An Ethiopian military officer bows in front of the Emperor and declares his loyalty.
Emperor is seated with Ethiopian and European men in background. A bearded man appears in the foreground (possibly the Egyptian Patriarch?).
Two Ethiopian irregular soldiers pose with their shouldered rifles on the palace stairs.
An Ethiopian woman appears seated in a room. A European man is behind a piano in the background.
Two African women in dark shawls alongside the railroad tracks.
Church of Saint-Vincent-de-Paul, also known as the Église des Réformés in Marseille.
Emperor Haile Selassie I on throne in a straw tent.
Marseilles: The Palais de la Bourse (Stock Exchange) now houses the Chamber of Commerce
Ethiopian officials including Blaten Geta Heruy walk outside a building.
African woman stands next to one of the train's passenger cars.
View of the old port at Marseilles with small boats
Emperor Haile Selassie I stands on a carpet under a parasol next to a train car. His dog watches from the passenger car interior.
Ships passing through the Suez Canal, 1935 (second, duplicate print in album).
A young woman (possibly Somali) wearing a necklace, choker and other jewelry looks out from a curtained, latticed window.
Ethiopian men are gathered outside and on the stairs of an official building.
Men in a variety of uniforms with pith helmets, turbans, fezzes, etc. Flags on lances include one with a swastika.
A group of African woman sit in the shade of a tree with railroad cars in the background.
An assembly of Ethiopian officials applauds.
An assembly of church officials in vestments stands outdoors under many fringed parasols.
Ministers Albert Bodard (France) and Sir Sidney Barton (Britain).
A river with Ethiopians along the banks, apparently doing laundry and drying sheets in the grass.
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A river view with trees on the banks.
Group of Ethiopian women and children.
An official church ceremony with the Egyptian Patriarch seated on a dais in front of three attendants.
Patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church is seen leaving the building.
Salt manufacturing with ponds and piles of salt in background
A crowd of Ethiopians at the church with a placard that reads (original in English) "The temptation of Jesus."
Ethiopian men and women along the tracks at a railway station.
Suez canal scene with man on camel in foreground and single funnel steamer behind.
View of train from the passenger car as it climbs uphill to a mountain pass (possibly at Har?).
Emperor Haile Selassie I seated in a tent with his attendants.
Two European women are seated on a couch. One is smoking a cigarette.
Ships await entry to Suez Canal.
An official assembly of Ethiopian officials.
Emperor in a room with an Ethiopian woman and two European women. Possibly they are Frau David Hall who appears in a leopard skin coat and Frau Hilda Johanssen. Another person next to the Emperor is partly obscured.
A young woman poses for the camera against a sunlit wall.
View from ship of small boats and a town on bluff over the water.
Same young woman leans against a pillow in the light from a window. Surface of print is scratched.
Emperor Haile Selassie I.
A group of 25 or more African women and children alongside the train tracks.
Soldiers in turbans are assembled at a military encampment, possibly at Gannat.
European men and women seated at a banquet table.
Ships in queue for entry to Suez Canal.
Emperor Haile Selassie I seated in a luxury car with the convertible top down.
An Ethiopian man posed for a photograph in front of a lion statue.
Main Street, Crater "Native Quarter."
Two European women and an Ethiopian member of the court inside the palace. Possibly Frau Hertel with (Blatten Geta Henry?) and the Foreign Minister.
Men in white kaftans in front of horse and cart.
Emperor appears on a balcony above a large crowd. He appears to be giving a speech, with his son standing nearby.
A large group of irregular Ethiopian soldiers and others lines the street in front of the first movie theater in Addis.
A portrait of the Emperor seated at a desk, with a pen in his hand.
Two women and several children appear to be offering items for sale to train passengers.
Woman passing a fenced compound.
Train locomotive next to water tank.
Crescent Steamer Point business district at Aden (a British colony at the time, now Republic of Yemen).
Fishing boats pulled up on beach with others in water. Steamers in background.
Desert scene with camel and nomads silhouetted against large dunes.
Another young woman poses for the camera in the courtyard sunlight.
Emperor Haile Selassie I seated at an official gathering.
Three Europeans stand next to a small truck near railroad tracks.
Four European men appear beside a passenger rail car.
A jockey weighs his saddle before a horse race.
Young woman stands in a courtyard holds a child on her hip.
Herders with their livestock fording the river.
Americans Mr. Georges and Minister Van Engert in formal attire on a porch.
Man carrying four tuna on a pole yoke in front of buildings in Aden.
A Sikh soldier posing for the camera. Men and horses appear behind him.
Three or four Ethiopian women (including Princess Tsehai) appear to be making bandages at a table with a European woman in the background. Possibly working at the Red Cross.
An Ethiopian woman is sitting on a carpet outdoors with a baby, possibly a child of the Emperor.
Youngsters on camels pose in front of barren hills (Aden).
Landscape view from the passenger car of train.
Landscape view of mountains.
A view of an assembly of Ethiopian officials seated on an outdoor dais. Minister of War Ras Mulugeta is seated at center left.
Suez Canal Authority building, Port Said, Egypt.
Ethiopian Foreign Minister Baten Geta Heruy stands at a desk near a European man.
Ten or more Ethiopian officials are assembled outdoors under 3 parasols and with a flag. A crowd of people in front of a long building with a corrugated roof stands behind them.
Two women walking from railway tracks toward a group of flat roof, stone houses.
Steamer Point, Aden.
A few people appear to be repacking the load on a camel.
A crowd of people surround the Emperor as he makes his way to a waiting car. He wears a white scarf over his face.
Landscape view of grasslands, trees, and mountains.
An Ethiopian official stands, apparently reading from a book in the courtroom.
Emperor apparently in consultation with German Minister Kirchholtes.
Baby is sitting on a carpet. Possibly one of the royal family.
An African woman in dark clothes.
A formal presentation of over 70 turbaned soldiers.
Ethiopian military officers and others stand in their formal uniforms.
Emperor Haile Selassie I appears standing with an Ethiopian man holding a book in the background.
African women and children stand near the rail train.
A large assembly of Ethiopian soldiers lines a stone roadway with trees and houses in the background. One officier appears on a white horse.
An assembly of armed Ethiopian irregular troops line the stairs at the palace. A lion statue and a round building can be seen behind them.
Young woman stands in a courtyard, posing for the camera.
Two Egyptian men (one in white, the other in a black kaftan)
A large number of Ethiopian men appear to be harvesting grain by hand in a field.
Ethiopian officials stand in the assembly hall.
Port Said street scene with Egyptians, Europeans, bicycles, horses
Emperor Haile Selassie I on throne.
Four African children standing and running, apparently alongside the moving train.
Frau Boud shades herself with an umbrella.
Emperor Haile Selassie I and Prince Makonnen.
Interior view of an empty courtroom or assembly hall.
Ethiopian man in traditional military regalia, possibly a general who fought at Adwa. He holds a spear and wears a hat trimmed with a lion's mane.
Emperor Haile Selassie I stands with worshippers in the church.
Marseilles: Canal and barges with the Cathédrale Sainte-Marie-Majeure de Marseille in background
Barefoot Ethiopian army (or irregular?) soldiers line a parade route through Addis Ababa.
Emperor Haile Selassie I seated on a chair with Ethiopian and European men in the background.
Two Ethiopian women pose for a photograph. A stone wall appears behind them.
A camel (dromedary) and two people.
Two Ethiopian men, possibly officials or court members, pose for a photograph.
Small fishing boat with oars, two men in boat and a swimmer
General Eric Virgin, adviser to the Emperor, with Major Dobé.
A group of Ethiopian soldiers and other men standing in front of what appears to be the train station in Addis Ababa. An advertisement for "Mc Nish's Special Scotch Whisky" is posted on the wall behind them.
Emperor descends the stairs at the assembly hall.
A large luxury automobile passes an assembled group of soldiers.
About a dozen Ethiopian men in white robes are sitting and standing on a carpeted area.
Herders on a savanna with a dozen or fifteen camels (dromedaries).
Three children running alongside a rail car.
An assembly of Ethiopian officials stands in the courtroom, looking up to where the Emperor appeared in an earlier photograph.
Aden, Yemen, in front of the mountains and viewed from the roadside above.
An Ethiopian man appears to be pointing with a stick at the top of a thatched roof on a round building.
Two people walking on a path away from the railway tracks.
An Ethiopian woman walks along a road bordered by a stone wall topped by cacti.
General Virgin with Major Lefèvre.
Emperor on his throne holding a saber (at his side is possibly Prince Makonnen?) and other members of his entourage.
Freighter at anchor with lighters (small boats for loading and unloading the ship) in port.
Patriarch passes through a gate with church officials under a parasol.
Two girls run alongside the train tracks.
Interior view of the church with the Emperor and officials. A European man is seated in the foreground.
Two Muslim men and a child pray outside the church building.
Veranda of a hotel with shuttered doors, probably the group's lodgings in Djibouti Town.
Emperor appears to be in consultation with a European diplomat. Print is spotted and scratched.
A mosque with its minaret at Port Taufiq, Egypt
Europeans in formal dress ion driveway in front of the Gibbi palace.
Two European men appear to be in conversation outdoors. One wears a pith helmet.
A beautiful portrait of Empress Menen, holding a telephone or microphone.
Landscape view of a home with stone walls near the train tracks. Two people are visible.
Emperor walks past a formally assembled military unit with standard bearer.
Marseilles: Obelisk at la Place Castellane, terminal of the tramway
Emperor Haile Selassie I seated on a chair with Ethiopian men in the background.
Children sit in front of mosque wall with palm tree and Minaret of the Grand Mosque of Djibouti town behind.
View of Djibouti port with buildings and bay, islands from hills above.
Desert scene with hills.
Emperor apparently in consultation with Min. Kirchholtes.
Cisterns of Tawila also known as the Tawila Tanks in the hills above Aden, Yemen.
Landscape view from train.
European man in all white outfit with shorts and pith helmet under an arched loggia with trees and shrubs.
A bridge and road with several Ethiopians walking past.
Street scene of Port Said, wide boulevard with cars in front to "Simon Arzi Store."
Interior view of the Emperor's son and a court member seated in front of a formal dessert service.
Men in open area with goats. Aden, Yemen.
Cathedral of Sainte-Marie-Majeure de Marseille and tower of Fort Saint-Jean.
Children alongside the railroad car with adults and train tracks behind.
Savanna landscape with goats or cattle.
Young woman poses for the camera in a doorway, raising one arm.
Men with camels pulling two-wheeled carts in front of several buildings.
Marseilles: Place d'Aix and L'Arc de Triomphe monument
Three Europeans handling a vervet monkey.
European man and woman hold a monkey while an Ethiopian holds leashes.
A European woman dives into a lake from the rocks. A waterfall is visible behind her as she enters the water.
A long, wide, straight road heading down a hill.
Portrait of a European woman and a young girl in a wooden boat near the banks of a lake.
A European man in a light suit is petting a monkey.
Landscape view with buildings, trees and mountains.
Portrait of Empress Menen(?) with a parasol.
A shorebird is visible roosting in a tree, it is possibly a small heron or egret.
European man riding a white horse.
European man and woman in riding clothes sit on ground with four Ethiopian woman nearby. The man carries a shotgun on his shoulder.
A European man appears to be approaching a large termite mound in a savanna.
Two Europeans stand outside a (hotel?) building with a carefully tended garden.
A European man rides a horse on a dirt track.
Two European men in pith helmets and jodhpurs stand in front of a car, railroad tracks and some thatch roofed homes.
People walking along a road in the countryside.
A European man in a light suit and pith helmet.
A view of a dirt road with a convertible automobile along the side. Hills are visible in the distance.
An Ethiopian rural compound with a rock wall surrounding several round, thatched houses.
Market scene with two women, one holding a small parasol.
A group of about seven Ethiopians sits on the side of a field that appears to have just been harvested.
Six Ethiopian women dancing on a rural path. They appear to be from a lowland region.
Fireman with a truck in front of the Pharmacie W. Zahn. One man sitting on the front fender holds a trumpet.
Landscape view on a misty day with mountains visible on the horizon. Possibly a view of Addis Ababa.
An open car and about ten people standing near the railway tracks. A small village is visible behind them.
Landscape view of grasslands and trees.
An older Ethiopian man with a long white beard. He's dressed in traditional military regalia with a lion's mane collar over a Western uniform jacket. He wears a pith helmet and carries a spear.
Market scene with about thirty people and two donkeys.
Portrait of five men in a room, sitting around a coffee table.
Two European men in dark suits and fedoras.
Landscape view with wildflowers and trees.
Fourteen Ethiopians stand near a small building with a white stone wall. An arch is visible behind with "Hotel du Lac" written on it.
Portrait of an Ethiopian man and woman carrying large pottery vessels on their backs.
A European man bends down to hold the bare foot of a European woman while two Ethiopians look on.
View of sky with clouds.
Two Europeans, one with a rifle, are in the foreground with a lake and mountains are behind.
Two men are seen rowing a wooden boat. One is an Ethiopian while the other appears to be a European with a beard and pith helmet.
Landscape view with trees and mountains on the horizon.
Three or more Ethiopian women carrying baskets. What appear to be European buildings are visible in the background.
Diver climbs out of the water near the waterfall after her dive.
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Portrait of an Ethiopian man in a dark cape and hat.
An Ethiopian man on a stone walk outside a large Victorian home(?).
Portrait of an Ethiopian man with a turban.
A group of four Ethiopian men and women in light colored clothing.
A European woman rides a white horse. Fences appear behind her and a dog walks along the path nearby.
About seven people buying and selling grain in baskets by the side of a wooded road. Several small parasols are visible.
Landscape view of a grassy area. Trees and hills are visible in the background.
A marketplace in an urban setting with about twenty buyers and sellers visible, some with parasols.
Landscape with trees and a man in the foreground.
An Ethiopian man and a European woman with a lion cub.
Hilly savanna view.
An Ethiopian soldier on the street in traditional uniform with a sword on his side. A ceremonial gate is visible in the background.
Landscape from altitude with a tree and a person framing the view.
European woman (Frau Hilda Johanssen?) in fur collar with monkeys on leashes.
Several European men stand next to a railroad train passenger car.
Portrait of a woman. Image is out of focus.
A group of four men appear to talk together, with the two Ethiopians in traditional dress and two Europeans.
Four European men and women, one in a bathing suit, sit on the bank of a body of water.
A view of the lake shore from above. Mountains are visible at the horizon.
Several tall granary baskets are supported with stones.
A group of six Europeans sit in a living room.
Posed topless portrait of an Ethiopian woman.
Two European men in pith helmets and a woman in a dress sit on the grass in what appears to be the back garden of a house.
Landscape view of lake. A flock of large birds appears standing in the water near shore.
A Black Kite is seen soaring over a tree.
Twenty-five or more Zebu cattle are watering at the shore of a lake.
A European woman in riding outfit poses on the shore of a lake.
Landscape with mountains, trees and two houses with conical thatched roofs in foreground.
A market scene with several buyers and sellers.
A firefighter demonstrates the technique of holding the hose nozzle. A hatchet is sheathed in his belt.
Portrait of an older Ethiopian man in traditional military regalia, ornamented with lion's mane hat and collar.
Another view of the large shade tree with people and livestock under it.
A view of a market stall.
Two large black sedans are parked outside an official building.
Portrait of an Ethiopian man dressed in a traditional white outfit.
A building with shutters, galvanized roof and shrubs.
Two Ethiopian men hold three or four flamingo carcasses up to a European man with a rifle on his shoulder.
European man in all white poses in front of banana trees.
About six Ethiopians and four European men. One of the latter has a rifle slung on his shoulder.
Firefighters deploy a large ladder on a cart. Several hoses lay on the ground nearby.
A large ceremonial gate.
A group of nine Ethiopian women and children stand in a field.
A crowd of people at the train station.
A thatched building without walls. A group of Europeans is visible inside.
Group portrait of two European men, a European woman (possibly Frau Hilda Johanssen?) and about fourteen Ethiopians. The Europeans all wear riding clothes: tall boots, jodhpurs and pith helmets. The men wear sport jackets and ties.
Man in dark suit on a white horse. An Ethiopian man stands nearby.
Woman in bathing suit poses next to a lake under a waterfall.
A European woman in a bathing suit and swim cap.
Close up of pharmacy murals. One depicts Adam & Eve while another shows seated and standing people, one man holding a cup.
Landscape view with two men in foreground. They appear to be hunting.
An Ethiopian man holds a monkey on a leash.
Aerial photo of farmland and a village or small settlement.
Two Europeans with Emperor Haile Selassie I.
A European woman and two Ethiopian men in a courtyard with a pair of baboons. One of the monkeys is on a leash.
Four Europeans seated around a small wicker table. One of the men wears spats.
A European man and woman in pith helmets, with Ethiopians in the background.
A building with a fence and a "Photo Adler" sign over a gate, possibly a photography studio or laboratory.
Portrait of German Minister Johann Kirchholtes with a polka-dot bow tie
A formal social occasion with the same diplomat, three European women in gowns and furs, along with Empress Menen.
Landscape view of a savanna with a tree and mountains on the horizon.
Portrait of four Europeans sitting next to a convertible car. A mountain and clouds are visible in the distance.
European woman poses in the front passenger seat of a convertible car. The rumble seat is open and a lake is visible behind the car.
An Ethiopian man poses in a dark uniform with light pants. He appears to be a firefighter or member of the Sapeurs-Pompiers.
An Ethiopian woman with a baby on her back. Another person sits on thre ground in the shade of a tree.
Portrait of a man with his herding staff.
A view of an official building in Addis Ababa.
Two European women watch as five Ethiopian men work to move a large tree truck with levers.
An Ethiopian woman stands for an impromptu portrait on the street. An arched gateway is visible in the background.
Four Europeans seated around a table on a porch. They appear to be having breakfast.
Portrait of an Ethiopian woman. in front of what appear to be rural homes.
Two Ethiopian children, the older with a bundle of sticks.
A pharmacy shop advertises with a set of painted signs, one depicting what appears to be Adam and Eve.
A portrait of two Ethiopian children in ragged clothes.
Portrait of three or four Ethiopians in front of round houses with thatched conical roofs. Two of the men's heads are shaved.
Rural village with a man standing by a crossroads of footpaths. He holds his hands up, palms facing forward. Twenty or more conical thatched roof houses are visible.
A group of Europeans dining on a veranda.
Two Europeans stand in the foreground of a landscape view of a steep, eroded mountainside.
Landscape with trees and mountains.
European woman in her bathing suit poses for a portrait in the grass.
A convertible car with a person in the rumble seat is fording a rocky river bed.
A European man with a rifle appears to be hunting while an Ethiopian man walks behind, possibly carrying a bird.
A view at the train station with many men in traditional dress and a few soldiers.
Portrait of five Europeans, two women and three men, in the front garden of a Western style building. The man on the far right may be Martin Rikli.
Eight German diplomats in tuxedos and pith helmets stand behind a parked Mercedes sedan flying Nazi diplomatic flags.
A rural village with over fifty people, along with some livestock in the foreground.
An aerial photo of a rural landscape, with a bluff of eroded cliffs.
Man riding a horse on a track.
Some donkeys are visible in the foreground of a marketplace.
A convertible car in a deep rut.
Woman in bathing suit stands on rocks near the water.
An aerial photo of what appears to be an eroded canyon side.
An Ethiopian soldier stands outside of what appears to be a military building made of stone. A round roofed tower is inside of a round wall.
Ethiopians gather water or washing at the base of a steep cliff with houses above.
Two men walk past a building with what appears to be a Red Cross flag covering the door.
A group of two European men and three women in pith helmets. One man carries a shotgun as they walk along a rocky path.
An older Ethiopian man in traditional military regalia, including a lion's mane collar and holding a spear. He may be a veteran of the Battle of Adwa.
An aerial photo of hilly terrain. Print has some spotting.
An Ethiopian with staff and cross (possibly a priest?). A line of soldiers appears in the background, along with men in Western suits as well as uniforms and traditional outfits. People appear to be cheering.
Ethiopian pedestrians on a dirt road.
View of a rocky hillside and mountains in the background.
Portrait of a European woman on a wooden boat. The steep shore of a lake is visible in the background.
Portrait of a young rural Ethiopian woman in ragged clothes.
Ethiopians with horses at a public fountain with a large building in the background.
Monkey on a chain with youngster in her arms.
A group of six Europeans at the train station (the man in a white pith helmet and round glasses may be Martin Rikli). Several Ethiopians are at the door of a boxcar in the background.
Landscape view, possibly of Addis Ababa, with mountains visible on horizon.
An Ethiopian man holds a lion cub.
A view of interactions between buyers and sellers in the marketplace.
Landscape scene with a small river and trees along a hillside.
A scene next to the railroad tracks with Europeans in pith helmets and jodhpurs, with thatched roof houses and a uniformed Ethiopian man in the background.
Another view of a man in traditional military regalia.
Ethiopians at the market.
Ethiopians, possibly at the end of a parade, dressed in traditional Amharic feudal uniforms with swords. The statue in the background appears to be of Menelik, commemorating the Battle of Adwa.
Candid portrait of an Ethiopian woman.
An Ethiopian man in uniform stands at the window a a train car and displays a newspaper with a photo of Hitler on the front page (Munchner Illustrierte Presse).
An aerial photo of a landscape with eroded cliffs. Some of the land above appears to be cultivated.
A posed topless portrait of an Ethiopian woman. Print surface is damaged.
View of lake shore with a European woman dressed in white seated on the bank.
A portrait of an Ethiopian man dressed in white, with a white hat and sheer head scarf.
A tortoise has pulled its head into its shell as a man inspects it on the ground.
Portrait of a young rural Ethiopian posed to expose her breast.
Several Ethiopians stand near a car on a dirt road. A European woman stands on the running board.
Man with his arm in a white sling.
Twenty or more beds(?) with woven tops appear to be for sale in the market.
Landscape view of lake framed by foliage.
Landscape view from altitude towards some distant hills, framed by trees and clouds.
Ethiopians in the street.
Table setting with injera and Ethiopian food.
Photo of a bird, apparently a Black Kite in flight.
Landscape view with rooftops and trees.
A view of the city with a round building in the foreground.
Landscape with mountains, rocks and succulent vegetation in foreground.
Black Kite soaring.
Ethiopian children walking in a field with trees.
A European woman (Frau Hilda Johanssen?) in jodhpurs and riding boots poses in front of a cactus.
A street scene in Addis Ababa. A sign for the Imprimerie Artistique is visible near a telephone pole. The center of town may be visible on the horizon.
A road lined with Ethiopian soldiers, apparently taken from a car on the road.
A small hill with many buildings. A pair of towers is visible.
About 20 donkeys are packed with goods. Some buildings are visible on the horizon.
A portrait of a young Ethiopian child, standing outside a house in an enclosed garden area.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard (Kebur Zabagna) soldiers, several on horseback, fill a street in front of commercial buildings. Note the traditional stirrup with a loop for just the big toe.
European man riding a white horse on a dirt track.
A landscape view of a lake and a tree with a European woman looking toward the distance.
Two European men in pith helmets and jodhpurs stand in front of train tracks with a large village visible behind them.
Two Ethiopians are visible in the foreground, with the lake and mountains behind them.
Portrait of a European woman with a dark horse.
Black Kite in flight above the treetops on a cloudy day.
European woman in her bathing suit poses for a portrait standing by the lake shore.
Transporting a large tree trunk on a cart with eight or more oxen. They appear to be arriving in a settled area.
A group of 120 or more Ethiopians is gathered in an open rural area with mountains in the background. A dozen or more people face the photographer in the foreground.
A European woman diving into a lake from some large rocks. A waterfall is visible behind her.
Three servers in turbans and white gloves offer alcoholic beverages.
A small group of about four people sits above an eroded hillside.
Group portrait of two European men and about a dozen Ethiopians on the stairs of a building.
Vervet monkey sitting on a stump.
European man holds horse's bridle with an Ethiopian man nearby.
A young Ethiopian boy carries an infant and holds a parasol. Stone masonry is visible in the background.
Livestock herds near a small body of water. Print is spotted.
Vervet monkey in a tree.
A hunting party of two Europeans with a dozen Ethiopian men and boys.
A group of Ethiopian men in a small residential courtyard.
Ethiopians outside a home. The road appears to be muddy.
Red Cross awning with flags and a small group of Ethiopians and Europeans. A man on a ladder is mounting a flag on the storefront.
Landscape view of tall grasses on the bank of a lake. A European woman dressed in white is in the foreground.
An Ethiopian man dressed in white holds a Vervet monkey.
Landscape of a rising path with some rocks and a large tree.
A large square around the statue of Menelik is crowded with many people and cars.
A landscape view of a large sugar loaf hill. Some houses and large trees are visible in the middle distance.
Ethiopians at a market. Both cover their faces from the photographer and one holds a small parasol.
A savanna landscape with vultures and a dog near what appears to be an animal carcass.
Ethiopian men on horses along a rural road. A European woman (Frau Hilda Johanssen?) appears in the foreground.
Posed topless portrait of an Ethiopian woman.
A European woman is on a boat pulled on shore. The steep bank of the lake is visible behind.
A company of firefighters on board their fire truck. A pump and hose are partly visible.
Aerial photograph of Addis Ababa.
Landscape view overlooking a broad savanna or plain. A man and part of a car are in the foreground. Print has surface damage.
A woman and three children in a grassy field. Other people are visible in the background.
A single herder with about eight Zebu cattle visible.
A view of the sky with clouds. Print has spotting.
A European woman climbs through some large rocks to approach the water.
Portrait of a European woman on porch.
Three European men and a woman in riding outfits standing beside horses in a wooded area.
A landscape view with perhaps eight people and their livestock walking along a path.
A man and a woman walk along the road, where the man appears to use his staff to direct a pack horse.
Landscape with grasslands.
Rural landscape view with a town visible in the distant hills at the foot of a mountain. A road or railway is visible in the middle distance.
European woman stands on large rocks near a lake with a waterfall.
Aerial photograph of a large compound with a church, palace(?) and dozens of other buildings.
Two Europeans with Emperor Haile Selassie I.
A large official house with a flag flying above the door.
Four Ethiopian men work to move a tree trunk.
A view of palm trees.
Portrait of five Ethiopians outside a thatched roof home.
A landscape scene with grasslands, trees and mountains in the background.
Three Europeans in a fenced garden area, possibly the grounds of a hotel. One of the men is raising a rifle while another looks with binoculars. The woman appears to be looking at plants in the garden.
Two European women (one Frau Hilda Johanssen?) seated at a table outdoors.
Another image of many people gathered in an open rural area.
A view of what appears to be a village street with a tree and about six people standing outside of small houses.
Landscape view of a lake with steep banks and mountains visible in the background.
Portrait of a European man in jodhpurs and pith helmet standing near three Ethiopian children.
A large shade tree is the center of this landscape view.
Ethiopians on a wide residential street in Addis Ababa.
European woman (Frau Hilda Johanssen?) in a fur stole holding leashes with two baboons.
A group of Europeans are gathered near two cars at the railroad tracks.
Three or four women are dancing while another sits on the side of a walking path in what appears to be a rural area.
A European woman in a white robe.
Shrubs and garden plants outside of a building.
Market scene with grain sellers and children.
Ethiopians walking in front of several large buildings.
An aerial photo of farmland, houses, an eroded bluff and what appears to be the shore of a lake.
A European man and, apparently, an Ethiopian man in Western civilian clothing sit together with binoculars in front of a steep hillside.
Market scene with Ethiopians walking along the road. One man carries what appears to be lumber. A policeman or soldier is visible.
An Ethiopian man in dark cape and white hat.
A wide view of an urban marketplace with many shaded stalls and over fifty people.
A group of people at the train station.
Zebu cattle are being watered. A European woman stands together with two Ethiopian herders.
Diver sits on the rocks in front of the waterfall.
A portrait of a European man in a dark suit holding a pith helmet in front of a banana tree.
Ethiopian pedestrians walking along a road.
European horseback riders with a man on a white horse and a woman on a dark horse.
Man in dark suit and hat rides a white horse.
Ethiopian woman with a baby on her back at the train station. A covered bowl and lantern are visible in the foreground.
European men, some on horseback, along a road with a drainage ditch.
A young Ethiopian girl. Print surface is spotty and scratched.
Landscape with a large tree and a group of about a dozen people walking past its trunk. A town is visible in the distance.
Europeans and Ethiopians walking along a street in front of several small shops with signs: Cordonnerie Universelle, Coiffeur, etc.
Portrait of a European man and woman with a convertible car. A wide flat plain is visible in the distance.
A rural path down the hillside is bordered by what appears to be cactus so dense they form a fence. Several buildings are visible in the middle distance.
Posed nude portrait of an Ethiopian woman. She wears a beaded necklace.
Ethiopian men and a soldier in the street at a stone wall and gate.
European man in a tree with pith helmet and riding boots.
Four European men pose for a photograph.
Portrait of an Ethiopian woman in front of a railroad car (the rail line insignia is visible).
Group of Ethiopian men in town, on a street with stone walls behind them.
Portrait of a European woman dressed in white and holding a rifle at the bottom of a very steep ravine.
Rural road with a loaded cart and view of yokes. Cattle graze at the side of the road.
Interior view with nine Europeans in formal dress.
A scene with many goats, possibly a livestock market with buildings in the background.
Market scene.
Portrait of an Ethiopian man with a herder's staff and wearing a wide brimmed hat.
A group of people outdoors. A woman in dark clothing wears a beaded necklace. Print has some spotting.
A construction site or a logging enterprise with thatched buildings, stored timber and lumber.
Ethiopians at a tailor's shop. A sewing machine and bolts of cloth are visible.
A European woman on a white horse. She's dressed in white. Fenced gardens and homes appear behind her.
A man in a dark suit stands next to a horse. An Ethiopian man and some buildings are in the background.
Vervet monkey in tree.
Residential buildings in Addis Ababa.
A group of five barefoot men in military uniforms and white turbans stand at attention. Lances with flags are nearby, one with a swastika is visible in the background.
Landscape with grasses, trees and mountains.
Ethiopians walk along a broad avenue of Addis Ababa.
Landscape view with grassland, several clumps of trees and mountains in the background.
Landscape view from a hill looking down into a wooded valley.
Three men walk along a street. One is in uniform.
A portrait of a European woman, apparently sitting in an automobile, with a large group of Ethiopians behind her. Mountains are visible on the horizon.
Landscape scene with a riding track.
Ethiopian people on the street.
Posed nude portrait of an Ethiopian woman.
A parade with Ethiopian soldiers in traditional shammas carrying rifles (Amharic Gascegna)
A European woman helps a young girl hold the reins as she rides a horse.
A European man on white horse.
European man riding horseback on a track.
A European man with his arm in a sling.
Apparently a market scene.
Portrait of German Minister Johann Kirchholtes at an official event
European man in pith helmet rides a white horse.
A group of Ethiopian tailors and others work in a sandbagged area outside Akbarali Abdul Husain & Co. General Merchants.
A boy in a fez and a man in a black cape are among a large group of Ethiopians.
Several village buildings with mountains visible behind them. Print is spotted.
Ethiopian men on horseback are riding up the street. One is in uniform and has a rifle on his back.
Landscape view of hilly terrain with rocks, two people, trees. Print has spotting.
A young Ethiopian man poses in a field with trees.
Landscape view of a lake. A flock of waterfowl appears visible on the water.
Landscape view over the treetops with a mountain on the horizon.
Two Ethiopian women carrying loads on their heads up a very steep hillside. It appears to be the inside of a large, water filled crater.
A European woman poses for a portrait at the bow of a wooden boat. Several others sit nearby.
A group of Europeans standing at the train station with a passenger car behind them.
Candid portrait of Dr. Kirchholtes, the German Minister to Ethiopia.
A group of Europeans sit on the grass. Behind them an Ethiopian man and a mountain can be seen.
Street scene with pedestrians, horses and donkeys and a ravine between two roads.
Landscape view of a still lake with steep banks (possibly a water filled crater?). Mountains are visible in the background.
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Four Ethiopian men are harvesting grain in a squatting position. Each holds a small sickle-like blade, or falch.
Martin Rikli Photographs, 1935-1936. Album 3 : Full Album
A bearded Ethiopian man (army officer?) in a dark cape and hat sits on a donkey.
A herder with Zebu cattle. Item may be a duplicate print.
Young Ethiopian men march in double file formation. Their Western style uniforms and equipment are visible, as is one canteen.
Over one-hundred Ethiopian men harvest grain in a large field. A group of dignitaries appears to be standing in the middle distance. A falch is visible on the right hand edge of the photograph.
Ethiopian women and children stand near a large mowed field.
Large group of Ethiopian men (several with rifles) and a European man in civilian clothing appear to be walking across an open field. Six men squat low to the ground in the foreground, where a cartridge belt is visible around one's waist. A tent or the roof of a house if visible in the distance.
Young men (possibly in a military school such as the École de Guerre Haile Selassie I at Gannat?), appear at attention in parade formation. They wear sandals, shorts and hold sticks rather than rifles. Their wide-brimmed hats are in the Smokey Bear or Mountie style.
Three pair of Zebu cattle are plowing a field with wooden plows.
Close up view of a wooden plow in the foreground, along with a broader view of another plow in the background.
A man in military uniform on a black horse appears to be giving the Nazi salute in front of a veranda. A tall stone wall is in the background.
A rural courtyard with a shaded area housing a tailor and sewing machine, a dirt covered ramp and several other people and buildings.
Two herders with Zebu cattle standing on rocks near the shore of a lake.
Interior cooking scene, possibly a man cooking injera on a mogogo.
Two Ethiopian soldiers in khaki uniforms with capes walk along a road in front of some shops.
About 30 Ethiopian soldiers in traditional shammas and some in khaki uniforms appears to be meeting. Several are shaded under a white cloth held over their heads.
Close up view of broken, shattered wood in a wall.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard lancers. The officer in front wears large epaulets.
A uniformed soldier leaves a residential compound with an armful of equipment.
Europeans in truck appear to be interacting with Ethiopians in the street.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers on parade. The officers carry swords.
A group of horsemen with mounted drums in a street, surrounded by crowds.
Wide view of camp with tents, parked cars and small groups of children and adults, in civilian and military dress.
Portrait of school children sitting on benches.
Soldiers in shammas marching along a street.
Portrait of a man with a khaki jacket, cartridge belt around his waist and a top hat posing with a machine gun.
Two soldiers in shammas and khaki jackets leaving a compound gate with large bags on their shoulders.
Military exercise with Ethiopian soldiers. Thatch roof houses are in the background.
An officer of the Ethiopian Imperial Guard, with several formations of troops in the background.
Emperor salutes a large assembly of troops from his horse.
Several groups of soldiers marching along a street. Some appear to be feudal levies wearing traditional shammas while the mounted soldiers wear dark capes and broad brimmed pith helmets.
Street scene with soldiers and civilians carrying belongings. "Imprimerie Artistique" (printer) sign is visible in background.
Street scene outside S.F. Fernandes & Sons, with square arch in background.
A group of 30 or more Ethiopian soldiers in shammas in a loose marching formation on the street.
Courtroom scene with Ethiopian men inside and others seated outdoors.
Ten irregular soldiers assemble in front of a piked fence. Several wear cartridge belts.
Close view of a large crowd of soldiers and civilians.
A group of apparently irregular Ethiopian troops are standing in formation along a street.
Young Ethiopian cadets stand at their desks in a school room.
Ethiopian soldiers in traditional shammas as well as some in khaki uniform jackets.
Portrait of a young man with light colored hat and sandals, sunglasses and a khaki jacket.
Soldiers in shammas and officers in dark capes, mounted on donkeys or horses, march in the street.
Wider view of Amharic banner and a Red Cross flag in a procession that includes a crate with the Red Cross symbol mounted on a donkey.
A crowd of people gathered in the street outside a building with a Singer Sewing Machine company sign.
Religious ceremony, with a group of priests in an open area at lower right. A large crowd of hundreds is assembled behind them.
A soldier or policeman wearing a khaki uniform appears to address a crowd while reading from a sheet of paper in his hands.
Portrait of two young Ethiopian soldiers sitting in the street. One has lowered his rifle toward the photographer, though his pose appears non-aggressive.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers on parade. The lead soldiers carry lances with small flags.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers walk alongside a donkey with packed cases.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers marching. They wear armbands with Red Cross emblem on their right arms.
Emperor Haile Selassie I stands at a formal review of troops.
Street scene with apparent looters outside S.F. Fernandes & Sons, with square arch in background.
Street with many pedestrians. Two men are handcuffed together.
Soldiers in a variety of different clothing styles march together with rifles on their shoulders.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard lancers. Several are mounted on white horses.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard officers and troops. A young boy holds a bugle.
Closer view of parading Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers.
European man in civilian dress stands near two automobiles parked next to a pond.
Soldiers or medics on a truck. Note the Red Cross emblems on their hats and on the armband of man at the cab door. The soldier in the foreground wears a turban.
School building and its grounds. One person is visible in the corner.
A group portrait of four Ethiopian soldiers in shammas, with their rifles shouldered casually.
Group portrait of mostly Europeans in the bed of a truck. One is armed with a machine gun, and they appear to be evacuating the city since several have suitcases in hand.
Close up view of Ethiopian soldiers in a military exercise.
A wide view of the Emperor reviewing troops with Ethiopian and European officers.
Small group of soldiers in shammas walking along a rocky, walled road with a horse.
Close up view of Muslim men wearing turbans and fezzes in a crowd.
Group portrait of Ethiopian soldiers in traditional shammas standing shoulder to shoulder.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers in parade formation. They carry rifles with bayonets on their shoulders.
An Ethiopian man stands in the street with his hand out, palm up.
Standard bearer and officers of the Kebur Zabagna, Ethiopian Imperial Guard. Note the lion's mane on their caps and epaulets.
Weaver preparing to make strip cloth in a courtyard.
Portrait of two girls in class. Print surface is scratched.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers in field exercises.
Ethiopian soldier training with an anti-aircraft gun on a large tripod.
Image of a dead man's body in situ, uncovered.
Appears to be a military bunker, possibly displaying bombing damage(?).
Soldiers in khaki uniforms appear to be stationed in a commercial store, possibly an armory(?) or one supplying military uniforms.
Soldiers in shammas march along the street, several in front are mounted on horseback.
Manacled prisoners sit on the ground. One man reads a book.
Detail view of a banner in Amharic (Ge'ez script) held up by a group of soldiers. Images of the Ethiopian flag and a Red Cross appear on it.
Weavers with strip cloth loom and large spindle.
Portrait of a judge in his courtroom.
Group portrait of four men (possibly with looted clothing?) brandishing knives, a sword and a pistol.
Courtroom scene: a judge is seated at a covered table with other men around him.
School children seated at tables. A teacher faces them at his desk below a large sign in Amharic (Ge'ez script).
A funeral procession progresses uphill on a cobble street with a stone wall.
Seated prisoners with armed guards. A tower is visible behind them.
Many soldiers assembled for review by the Emperor and officers on horses.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers with lances stand along a road.
Two Ethiopian soldiers train with anti-aircraft guns on large tripods.
Pedestrians carrying covered baskets in front of a long procession on the street.
Soldiers marching with a European officer in white uniform. The Ethiopian troops wear dark uniforms with ostrich plumes on their hats.
Armed Ethiopian soldiers assembled, possibly in a war dance. One man carries a drawn, curved sword and small round shield.
Prisoners sitting on the ground in a walled courtyard. Several manacles are visible.
Portrait of Ethiopian boys seated at their desks in a classroom.
School children standing in lines outside a building.
Portrait of a group of soldiers sitting alongside a dirt road.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers appear to be lifting a timber with a lever.
School girls in white skirts, dark sweaters and berets are lined up outdoors with small flags. Printed "Superior" on one skirt appears to indicate it was made from a rice or flour sack.
An apparent parachute and canister for distributing Aerial Propaganda Leaflets in situ by a garden wall.
Portrait of about a dozen officers of the Ethiopian Imperial Guard.
Close view of the horses with mounted drums, this time at rest and without riders.
An encampment with white tents, parked cars and an Ethiopian man with a pickax being overseen by a European man in a suit.
Appears to be a bomb crater in a residential courtyard and the bodies of two uniformed guards near the compound's gate.
Close up detail view of a painted leather harness.
Appears to be the entrance to an underground bunker with several people nearby and a small canvas tent behind it.
Mounted lancers in traditional dress. Print is spotted, also focus is blurred by action.
Very young cadets march in formation.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers line a street. They appear to be standing on a curb.
About 16 Ethiopian officers in a variety of capes and hats are assembled in a line.
Three Ethiopian men at a gate, one wears a top hat, one is in a khaki uniform and the third wears a shabba.
Soldiers training using two small (anti-tank?) artillery pieces.
Ethiopian troops in shammas march along a street with an officer wearing khakis.
A crowd of people in the street appears outside the Post and Telegraph Office.
Ethiopian soldiers appear to be marching out of formation and without their hats.
Possibly an Italian airplane that has dropped Aerial Propaganda Leaflets(?).
Europeans in truck bed along with several cars in a small convoy behind it. Several men hold rifles, machine guns or pistols.
Infantry soldiers training in a large field.
Portrait of several soldiers in khakis and shammas.
A classroom of Ethiopian girls in white dresses. A map of France is mounted on the wall behind their desks. One girl appears to be European.
Street scene with a man carrying a sewing machine on his head.
An anti-tank artillery team in training.
Close up view of a wide loom.
Street scene in downtown Addis Ababa. A ceremonial square arch with the Lion of Judah emblem appears in the background. Crowds of people in background may be looters.
Portrait of Ethiopian men, one with a large curved sword.
Ethiopian soldier appears to be involved in a training exercise.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers in parade with drummers.
An Ethiopian soldier trains using an anti-aircraft gun on a tripod.
People passing a group of heavily packed mules.
Portrait of European civilians and an Ethiopian military officer. Apparently an Aerial Propaganda Leaflet canister is being delivered to the authorities(?).
Portrait of two manacled prisoners sitting against a wall.
Several people stand over a covered body on a bed, possibly a bombing victim.
Four men stand in a room. Possibly a courtroom?
Street scene with soldiers and civilians carrying belongings. Imprimerie (printer) sign is visible in background.
A large group of soldiers passing through the street in town. They're wearing mostly traditional white capes with rifles. Mounted soldiers may be behind them.
A group of Ethiopian soldiers in shammas with their shouldered rifles marches down the street.
Military exercise with Ethiopian soldiers training using small, wheeled artillery pieces.
A group of smiling mounted soldiers on donkeys are surrounded by civilians. One man is dressed in traditional regalia and holds a spear.
Training exercise with two teams of anti-tank artillery soldiers moving their equipment.
Infantry soldiers training in a large field, a long line of prone men with rifles.
Portrait of an older Ethiopian man in a dark cape.
Ethiopian soldiers in shammas assemble on the street outside Ministry of War offices.
Ethiopian soldiers in a training exercise, wide view.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers in parade with drummers.
Street scene with soldiers and civilians apparently sorting through bundles of belongings. Imprimerie (printer) sign is visible in background.
An assembly of armed men appear to be confronting others apparently guarding stairs.
Possibly a courtroom: several men are seated at a table with books as another man reads from some papers standing up facing a carpeted area.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers appear to be training with a light machine gun.
Parade formation of young Ethiopians with drummers in front and some bugle like horns visible in the rear.
Interior of courtroom. A military officer behind a barrier, with nine men at a table of books and others seated behind them.
Portrait of school children seated at their benches. One boy appears to be sleeping.
Interior courtyard. Possibly a prison yard.
Courtroom view of Ethiopian men writing at tables, reading papers, etc.
An Ethiopian and two Europeans at a table after dinner.
An outdoor scene. The judge appears to be making an announcement to an assemble crowd.
Six Ethiopian soldiers sitting beside several mules with some children standing nearby.
Ethiopian soldiers train with a light machine gun.
Military school cadets marching three abreast.
A formal occasion with members of the royal family on a stage (Prince Makonen appears at the left in a dark outfit, while some of the women may be weeping). A mural behind appears to depict biplanes approaching a building while people run away. A possible depiction of Italian bombings of Red Cross facilities?
Portrait of an officer of the Ethiopian Imperial Guard on horseback.
Six Ethiopian young men are seated at looms in a large room.
Infantry of the Kebur Zabagna or Ethiopian Imperial Guard, the elite of the army. It is notable how well and uniformly they are equipped and dressed.
Portrait of a soldier in a dark cape, brandishing a spear for the photographer. He wears a cartridge belt around his waist and sits on a mule. A crowd surrounds him in the city street.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard troops with standard bearer.
Apparent looting of S.F. Fernandes & Sons. The sign reads: "High Class Tailors & Import Merchants, purveyors to the Abyssinian government & foreign legations."
Soldiers march along a street.
Portrait of Ethiopian Imperial Guard officers with European military officers. In the center may be Captain Viking Tamm, director of the École de Guerre Haile Selassie I at Gannat, Ethiopia, which opened in April 1935.
Path with a large hole, possibly collapsed from rain.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers in formation with drummers.
A large group of what appear to be European civilians (some are armed with rifles) at an outdoor park or meeting area.
Weaver with a large spindle, preparing to make strip cloth.
A gymnastics class of Ethiopian students holding weights above their heads.
Interior view of a large stone cistern or covered storage tank.
Portrait of an Ethiopian sitting near covered baskets and a pot. Chickens are visible in the background.
Ethiopian Imperial Guard soldiers in parade formation.
About ten Ethiopian men stand in the street outside a commercial building porch (S.F. Fernandes & Sons).
A single file line of civilians walking down a street side, many carrying belongings.
Room interior, possibly with one wall damaged by a shell or bomb.
Long line of Ethiopian Imperial Guard troops standing at attention.
Aftermath of fires: a large masonry building with galvanized roof sheets scattered around the grounds.
A stamped official invitation from Alto Commissariato per L'Africa Orientale to the German legation for the trial of the Ethiopian ex-Min. of War.
Italian troops marching on a large field. Some tents and buildings are visible in the distance.
Portrait of a group of four men around an ammunition box labeled "P&PT Addis."
An Ethiopian man in a cape greets seated dignitaries.
Corpses lie uncovered. Each of these young men has his right foot tied with a rope.
Three armed civilian men in the parking area outside a villa.
Ethiopians at a train stop. An Italian carabinieri officer is visible as well.
Four European civilian men stand outdoors.
Italian colonial troops in fezzes appear to be packing horses. One soldier holds an envelope.
Wider view of the city street with pedestrians passing a partly covered corpse and burned buildings in the distance.
Aftermath of fires in business district of Addis Ababa.
Italian troops in an encampment. Horses are pastured in the distance.
View of sailing Dhows from the deck of a ship.
Twenty or more African troops on horseback, they may be Eritrean Cavalry Askari based on the "Penne di Falco" or hawk feathers in their fezzes.
An uncovered corpse lies among the litter near a street curb.
Street view of a business district in Addis Ababa with trash in the street, several automobiles. Among the trash is a Sandeman crate and what appear to be many bottles.
Several bodies lie in the streets.
Dhows sailing.
Italian colonial troops in the street. One soldier is reading from a book along with others on a bench.
Pedestrian walking by burned out buildings.
Cow being hoisted from a crane into a ship's hold.
Italian carabinieri officer holds an Ethiopian woman by the arm at a train stop. She wears a dark shawl.
Interior of a camp cook house with stores of tea cups, coffee service, oil lamps and bottles of wine. Several men are in the area, one inside the opening of a nearby tent.
Italian military troops in a convoy of open trucks in downtown Addis Ababa. Several trucks carry artillery guns. A burned out building is visible in the background.
Three European men, one seated at a large mounted machine gun.
Three African soldiers in the open door of a railroad box car with a machine gun inside.
An Italian officer is mounted on a donkey, with a colonial African soldier following behind.
An Ethiopian man in a dark cape walks through a roped area. Several soldiers are visible in the background.
Apparently more of the aftermath of fires in Addis Ababa. This looks like an official building.
An open bed truck appears to carry Indian troops (in turbans). Groups of men stand at the roadside.
Portrait of two European men in a train compartment.
Close view of open bed truck with turbaned troops.
An Italian military officer appears to be greeting seated dignitaries.
Interior view of European men and women with wine, cigarettes. The photographer is reflected in the window with the glare of the flash.
Italian and colonial troops in truck convoy in front of the Addis Ababa train station. One truck door is painted with an "autotrasporti" sign.
Truck with two Ethiopian soldiers armed with sub-machine guns and a group of European men outside a villa flying the Swastika flag.
Ruined buildings. There appears to be a tour of officials through the area.
Partly covered corpse with legs tied together post mortem (lividity is visible on legs).
A corpse in the street is partly covered with paper and foliage. Two playing cards are nearby.
Portrait of an Ethiopian soldier sitting on car fender with a long rifle.
Swimmers swimming away from ship. They may be attempting to retrieve an overboard cow.
European civilian men gathered outside a villa flying a Nazi Luftwaffe flag.
A group of Italian soldiers and officers apparently touring damaged, burned commercial buildings.
Street view of a business district in Addis Ababa shows burned buildings and trash in the street.
Close view of a warehouse or storehouse with piles of supplies and an Ethiopian guard.
A large rowboat in the water with about nine Africans on board.
Removal of a corpse with a stretcher by several men. Visible in the background is a sign for "Chabaz Photo Studio."
Cars, four soldiers with a suitcase and a paddywagon in the parking area of a large masonry building.
A group of Italian soldiers, one raising a pickax, appear to be digging graves. Small grave markers appear behind them and corpses lie uncovered in the foreground.
Fire damage to buildings in business district of Addis Ababa.
Two Europeans in a convertible automobile back seat with looting damage visible behind.
Several flat bed trucks with wood slat sides and a few Italian soldiers in front of a small building.
An Italian officer on a horse salutes. Several officers standing by the street are also visible.
Dhow sailing nearby.
Several Italian colonial (African) soldiers with an Ethiopian family outside a residential building.
Groups of men on the road and parking area outside a villa.
Portrait of several men in western suits and hats. They appear to stand on a wooden dais.
European civilian men gathering into a line outside a villa flying a Nazi Luftwaffe flag.
"A.M. Mohamed Ally & Co." building with "Essence Texaco" and "Kodaks" advertising signs. Italian soldiers in line in front of a closed gate. Ethiopian men in shammas are in the crowd, with one apparently selling a chicken to a soldier.
A looter is possibly being beaten with a cane or threatened with a drawn sword. The "Imprimerie Artistique" sign is visible in the background. Print has staining damage.
Portrait of three men, two are appear to be Japanese diplomats (apparently only two Japanese were in the country at this time).
European woman, possibly in a cook's uniform, sits on the floor with her arms crossed.
Italian officers and others entering a large automobile outside a masonry building.
Parading Italian troops in formation.
Italian and colonial troops appear to be in a parade in front of a burned out building.
Burning, partly collapsed buildings in Addis Ababa.
Aftermath of fires in business district of Addis Ababa. A sign reads: "Pharmacie Centrale"
Groups of Europeans and Ethiopians in a large parking area outside a villa.
Two small tanks appear to be in a parade on a wide boulevard.
View of lifeboat and several lighters with stowed sails from a passenger ship.
Wide view of what appears to be a warehouse or storehouse with piles of supplies and an Ethiopian guard.
Wider view of camp cook house.
Removal of a corpse from the street by several men. One man wears a Red Cross symbol on his uniform armband while several others cover their faces with cloth.
European armed civilian and soldier in uniform walking along a road.
Large crowd of mostly European civilians with some military. Appears to be evacuees from the city as some carry rifles, children appear to wear helmets, etc. A villa appears at the end of the road.
Parading Italian troops marching on the street.
Interior of camp cook house with tea cups, coffee service, oil lamps and bottles of wine. Several men sit inside the covered area.
Tractor pulling a wheeled artillery piece in parade. It appears to be articulated, with Italians in front and colonial troops with fezzes in the back. The colonial infantry insignia are clearly visible on the officer's epaulet in the foreground.
Interior view of European men and women with cigarettes.
An uncovered corpse.
Italian colonial troops appear to be setting up camp.
Portrait of two young Italian colonial soldiers posing in the street.
View from the front of a masonry building, with a soldier (officer?) on the porch.
Italian military officers at street side salute the Italian Royal Army flag carried by parading troops.
Troop carrying tractor in parade between wooden wheeled artillery pieces.
Cow being hoisted from a crane into a ship's hold.
A rooster scratches among trash in the street.
European man appears to survey the fire damage in a business district of Addis Ababa. A damaged sign reads: "Pharmacie & Drogue Ethiopiene."
Italian colonial troops along the side of the road. Military uniforms and insignia are clearly visible and appear to indicate they are Eritrean. One soldier's large armband shows three stars.
Italian troops marching in a parade. Mounted standard bearers display the flag of the Regio Esercito (Royal Army).
A European man and woman sit on top of a gate pedestal while Ethiopians appear to being looking through the gate below.
A corpse in the street is partly covered with cloth, paper and foliage. Two playing cards are visible by the feet.
Group portrait of turbaned troops in an open bed truck.
Portrait of a young Ethiopian boy in uniform. He is held in place by a European man.
Assembly of about 30 African colonial troops in front of burned out "Pharmacie W. Zahn" building. An Italian officer stands beside the formation.
Italian colonial (zaptié gendarmerie?) troops seated in an open truck with a small artillery piece behind them.
Large Italian troop formation in parade on a wide boulevard. Print is damaged.
A view of tents and people.
View of severe fire damage in Addis Ababa. Soldiers appear to be stationed in front of buildings.
An Ethiopian man passes by a European soldier and two civilians. The man is armed with a rifle while the woman is holding a book.
A small group of mounted Italian military officers is saluted by another group of standing Italian military officers.
Italian colonial troops are lined up at the curb of a street with a crowd of civilian observers above them on a terrace. "Mon Cine" sign is on a building behind the people.
Two Ethiopian men greet one another on a street with much fire and looting damage in evidence.
Woman standing under a parasol in port. A freighter is in the background.
European man appears to survey the aftermath of fires in a business district of Addis Ababa.
View of burned buildings from a square in Addis Ababa. A memorial in the square is shaped like the Mercedes-Benz logo.
Portrait of two young European women in a room with piles of household belongings.
Portrait of a European man, he appears to be in the seat of a train compartment.
Apparently a group of dignitaries on a roped dais.
Ethiopian man in a shamma reads a posted order in Italian: Popolazioni dello Scioa Udite!
Close view of Italian pith helmet with military insignia and handwriting (place names in military campaign?): L. Asciano, Quoram, Dessie, Addis Abbeba appear most visible.
Mobs burned European owned businesses after Haile Selassie left the city (May 2, 1936).
Interior view of European men and women. One man wears an unusual hat.
Italian colonial (Eritrean?) troops in open bed trucks.
Pisces studies
Classification of the Bantu languages
Classification of the Bantu languages
Au Congo belge
Annual workplan
Science in Africa
Bwakukama
Rapport sur les travaux de la mission scientifique du Katanga
Rapport sur les travaux de la mission scientifique du Katanga
Bwakukama
Development management in Africa
Rice in the small farm production systems of inland valleys in the Bida area of Nigeria
Handwritten letter by Rikli written during trip
Military Encampment
Martin Rikli Photographs, 1935-1936. Album 4.
Ghana, an official handbook
An economic evaluation of apprenticeship training in western Nigerian small-scale industries
Farming systems research in eastern Africa
Green revolution technology takes root in Africa
Planning an adaptive production research program for small farmers
femmes et L'artisanat : mythe et realite
Abessinien von Heute-Blickpunkt der Welt
Au Congo belge,
'Engendering' Eden
How do rural women perceive development?
Women's work in the informal sector
Participatory research for rural development in Zimbabwe : a report of a training workshop for ENDA Zimbabwe Trees Project
Farming systems research in west African agricultural development
Meeting food needs in the developing world
A Ilha de S. Thomé
charte coloniale
Ending hunger in Africa
Shell guide to East African birds
Subsídios para o estudo da economia de Angola nos últimos cem anos
Curricula evaluation and instructional programs technical paper for development of the University Center for Agriculture, Dschang, Cameroon
A framework for analysis of gender and other socioeconomic variables in Ag & NRM
Ndevo, Yenombe, Luvizho and other Lilima texts
L'analyse et la planification de la recherche agronomique en milieu rural
Gender issues in A.I.D.'s agricultural projects
Fruits of our work
Women in food production and food security
Government policy as a constraint to agricultural development in drought stricken Africa
Common forest resource management
Population growth and environmental recovery
Farming systems research in the context of Mali
missionario quinhentista Fr. Joao dos Santos e o seu livro Etiopia oriental
FSSP Africa strategy and programming for 1985-85
Governments of Tanzania and the Netherlands farming systems research program, Lake Zone and National Coordinating Unit mid term review, SeptemberOctober, 1994
Visitors' guilde to Malaŵi
Agricultural policy in the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland;
Tanzania Farming Systems Research project (621-0156)
Five Kawinga farming systems
Visitors' guide to Niger
Comparing the economic performance of agricultural innovations
charte coloniale
Research for agricultural development in the savannah regions of West and Central Africa
Sindebele customs correspondence course
Cassava
Framework Concession Agreement and Selection Process for the Safari Industry in Zambia
Women and community forestry in Sudan
Mémoires présentés à l'Institut égyptien
Comptes de la nation
Collecting primary socio-economic data in Africa
charte coloniale
Kenya
Research and experimental farm development
Evolution of farming systems research at the National Institute of Agricultural Research of Niger
Análisis de estabilidad modificado para ensayos manejados por los agricultores en sus fincas
PVO-NGONRMS analytical methods and strategic planning workshop
Trade pessimism and regionalism in African countries : the case of groundnut exporters
Trip report : Kenya drylands cropping systems research project
Food production in a land-surplus, labor-scarce economy : the Zairian Basin
role of mobility within the risk management strategies of pastoralists and agro-pastoralists
Implementing PRA
Annuaire de la Société archéologique de la province de Constantine
Recueil des notices et mémoires de la Société archéologique de la province de Constantine
Report
Die ethnographische Literatur über den Ulanga-Distrikt, Tanganyika-Territorium
Fer et feu au Soudan
Experiencia de tracðcäao mechanica na Provincia de Angola
Victorias d'Africa
Light and darkness in East Africa
La vâeritâe sur la civilisation au Congo
Annual report on the social and economic progress of the people of Northern Rhodesia
Buku ra Vana
Farming systems newsletter
Rapport sur les travaux du laboratoire médical de Léopoldville de 1900 à 1905, II
FSRE approach
Zambia, farming systems research and the anthropological body of knowledge
Food economies of urban middle Africa
Relatorio da viagem da canhoneira Rio Lima de Lisboa a Moðcambique
Fer et feu au Soudan
Draught animal power in Africa: priorities for development, research and liason
Rapport sur les travaux du laboratoire médical de Léopoldville en 1899-1900
Caminhos de ferro Além-Malanje
Plan de développement économique et social, 1966-1970
The Uganda journal
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
Women's rituals and natality among the Luvale of Zambia
Kitale maize
Africa, the potential for higher food production
Social and economic incentives for smallholder tree growing
Album de estatistica graphica dos caminhos de ferro portuguezes das provincias ultramarinas
Adoption of hybrid maize in Zambia
Policy, strategy, and institutional review for the Sustainable Livelihoods and Food Security Programme
Adoption of hybrid maize in Zambia
Album de estatistica graphica dos caminhos de ferro portuguezes das provincias ultramarinas
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Boletim do Governo da Provincia de Moçambique
Album de estatistica graphica dos caminhos de ferro portuguezes das provincias ultramarinas
Album de estatistica graphica dos caminhos de ferro portuguezes das provincias ultramarinas
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Albuns fotográficos e descrítivos da colónia de Moçambique =
Cursory Remarks upon the Reverend Mr. Ramsay's Essay on the Treatment and Conversion of African Slaves in the Sugar Colonies
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Drawings used for TAT (hand-drawn)
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Hand-Drawn Drawings used for Thematic Apperception Test ( TAT )
Congrès général de l'U.G.T.A.N. (Union général des travailleurs de l'Afrique noire)
Autobiography of Gwendolen M. Carter
Fruit and vegetable production in Ghana
Internal program review
Fertilizer use on smallholder farms in Eastern Province, Zambia
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Gwendolen M. Carter, 1972-1985
Negritude
Balbaya, Wuyo, Telli by Abdul Kadin Bwala (typescript, 1974)
Biography of Kogi, Yagagi Mamman, n.d. (ca. 1973)
Interview with Heman Wapasana : biography of Wapasana, Heman and Kilba Garkida (typescript, 1973)
Yerima Tapchi : a typical bura man's life (his biography, 1973)
Birma Ali : his biography (1973)
Khidawa Shawa : her own biography (1973)
Mallam Inuwa Mshelia : his own biography (1973)
Yerima Tapchi : Kanuri War (interview, 1973)
Mamman Dili Sawa : his own biography (typescript, 1973)
Bura Field Project (typescript, 1973)
Migration statistics
Migration statistics
Migration statistics
Migration statistics
Migration statistics
Migration statistics
Migration statistics
Migration statistics
Annual workplan
Farming systems newsletter
Farming systems newsletter
Report on the agro-ecological zones project
Indigenous soil and water conservation in Africa
Plants, genes and people
Report of a networkshop on draught power and animal feeding in Eastern and Southern Africa
Pathways of rural development in Madagascar
Pathways of rural development in Madagascar
John and Yaninja Phiri's farm and their livelihood system
Evaluation of community-based conservation approaches
Les Dossiers de l'action sociale catholique
Les Dossiers de l'action sociale catholique
Nigeria a quarterly magazine of general interest
Nigeria a quarterly magazine of general interest
Gwendolen M. Carter photographs
Gwendolen M. Carter photographs
Reports from Art Hansen, at the Chitedze Research Station in Lilongwe, Malawi
Reports from Art Hansen, at the Chitedze Research Station in Lilongwe, Malawi
Reports from Art Hansen, at the Chitedze Research Station in Lilongwe, Malawi
Reports from Art Hansen, at the Chitedze Research Station in Lilongwe, Malawi
Reports from Art Hansen, at the Chitedze Research Station in Lilongwe, Malawi
Reports from Art Hansen, at the Chitedze Research Station in Lilongwe, Malawi
Reports from Art Hansen, at the Chitedze Research Station in Lilongwe, Malawi
Reports from Art Hansen, at the Chitedze Research Station in Lilongwe, Malawi
Reports from Art Hansen, at the Chitedze Research Station in Lilongwe, Malawi
Women, the cropping chain, and farming systems research in Sub-Saharan Africa
Summary of participatory rapid appraisal surveys
Resultats de l'enquête de base methode accelerée de la recherche participative sur les bassins versants du Fouta Djallon
15th International Symposium proceedings, 29 November - 4 December 1998, Pretoria, South Africa program brochure and registration form
15th International Symposium proceedings, 29 November - 4 December 1998, Pretoria, South Africa program brochure and hotel information
Tanzania farming systems project
Population biology of the multimammate rat, Praomys (Mastomys) Natalensis at Morogoro, Tanzania, 1981-1985
Ritual Ax
Helmet Mask
Malawi
Male Head
Female Figure
Memorial Head
Epa Mask
Helmet Mask (sowei)
Mende Wood Sande Helmet Mask (sowei)
Spirit costume
Horizontal Mask (korubla)
Title Stool
Ancestral Head (uhumwelao or uhunmwun-elao)
Ogoni Wood Face Mask (Elu)
Mask (gle)
Figure (nomoli)
Sande Society Helmet Mask (zogbe)
Helmet Mask (zogbe)
Mask (suaga due)
Mask (Okoroshi Oma)
Maiden Mask (agbogho mmuo)
Communal Altar (Ikenga)
Yoruba Ivory Divination Tapper (Iken ifa or iroke)
Vessel for Shango
Spirit Spouse (blolo bla)
Buffalo Mask (nao)
Buffalo Mask
Female twin figure (ere ibeji)
Male Ancestral Figure
Reliquary Figure (mbulu)
Wedding Cape (isikoti)
Post
Female Royal Ancestor Mask (Ngady a Mwash)
Koranic Amulet (xirsi)
Porte Koran
Gala Blanket (Nguba)
Mask (bedu)
Elephant Mask for Kuosi Society
Bride's Apron (mapoto)
"Mud"-dyed textile (bogolanfini)
Mende Wood Sande Helmet Mask (sowei)
Head crest (perhaps 'Nwamma,' a character in the 'Okperegede' play)
Female twin figure (ere ibeji)
Female twin figure (ere ibeji)
Male Twin Figure (ere ibeji)
Altarpiece (oju' po)
Disk Pendant (akrafokonmu)
Helmet Mask (nowo)
Antelope Shrine Figure
Lidded Cosmetic Box
Figures (edan ogboni)
Battle of King Takla Haymant of Gojjam against the Dervishes
Protective Scroll with Samuel of Waldebba Riding His Lion
Virgin and Child Triptych
"Striking of His Head" (Kwe'ata re'esu) Triptych
Annales du Musée du Congo belge
Aspectos do problema pecuâario de Mocambique
Mosq. Cont. Liberia
Tapping rubber tree, Liberia
Mosquito Cont. ditch, Liberia
Native village, Liberia
Farmington River, Liberia
Native village, Liberia
Capt. Robbins--Liberia
General view, Liberia
Native village, Liberia
Monrovia, Liberia
Farmington River, Liberia
Firestones Liberia
Monrovia, Liberia
General scenes between Takoradi & Accra, Gold Coast
Accra, G.C.
Indoors, Accra
Malaria control, Takoradi, G.C.
Accra
Accra
Dakar
Dakar
Lt. C.E. Wilde, Dakar
French train, Dakar
Baobab damming stream, Rufisque
oil sprayer for mosquito control
Capt. Macpherson 1st day of malaria
Lt. Wilde. Ecknes Field
Zoo, Hahn Park, Dakar
General scenes Marrakech
General scenes Marrakech
La Kaoutobia Marrakech
General scenes Marrakech
Medina, Marrakech
Atlas Mts., Marrakech
Atlas Mts., Marrakech
Atlas Mts., Marrakech
Lt. Col. Moore, Brown, Maj. Christian, Berner, Capt. Franklin
Scenes in Carthage
Scenes in Carthage
Rue de Jules Ferry Street in Tunis
Rue de Jules Ferry Street in Tunis
Somewhere in North Africa
Sphinx & Pyramids
Village near Accra
Village near Accra
Young boy swimming at Accra
Maj. Bamber, Maj. Woodrow, Capt. Moore, Maj. Berner
Maj. Macdonald, culvert
Accra flood
situation on Nswam road after flood
Achimota road at railroad crossing at flood
Flood at American Beach. Road covered with water
Home scenes at Trishitu
Opening Kpeschi Lagoon to sea
Bush trip at Aburi. Maj. Thompson, Mary Vescova, Sunny, Col. Wheaton
Aburi Gardens-cactus
Post & Telegraph office, Aburi
Views from Aburi
Road washouts on Dobawah Rd. following July 3 rainfall
Kawli Lagoon & Guggisberg Ave. bridge after heavy rain on July 3
Guggisberg ave. after July 3 rain
Kawli at flood & discharge of water
Bridge & road washouts on Nswam Rd after July 3 rain
Lt. Col. Chas. Wheaton
Drain between camp & airport before draining
Drains on Beach Rd. old & new
Drains along Beach Road
Drains on Christiansburg Rd.
Building revetment at Kawli lagoon
sunset near Sempene
scenes at Kanda
Reconstruction of bridge over Kpeschi Lagoon
African homes
scenes at Neema
Oil Boys
Pond in coconut grove at Beach
Reconstruction of Kpeschi Lagoon bridge
Drain on Ring Road
Overflowing roadside drain-Ring Dr. & Maj. MacDonald
Drying pans for sewage water 37th G[?]
Workshops, IMCG
Major O.J.S. Macdonald
Mosquito trap & Maj. Berner
T/Sgt. Gogel in A. funestus habitat
Laborers, men & women on Guggisberg Bridge
Mosquito trap. Kpeschi Lagoon
Laborers, men & women on Guggisberg Bridge
Drains on Ring road
Scenes at Atima
Pond on Beach Road-at flood
Kpeschi Lagoon. Low tide-open to sea
Drain washouts on Dodowah Rd.
Seepage on Dodowah RR A. funestus
African drinking sewage water from Achimota drain
Achimota drain & seepage near Neema
seepages, ruts & main Teshi drain after July 3 rain
Looking upstream. Main Teshi drain
Road ruts on Teshi Road
Major Lyons. Bush trip
Bush trip, Wheaton, Thompson, Mary, etc.
Kawli Lagoon at Flood
Horse races in Accra
Low tide at Kpeschi Lagoon. Open to sea.
Major Berner
Beach scenes Labadi
Major C. Vann
Felix the chameleon
Major Berner, Major Marable & Flag
Goatherds near Teshi
T/Sgt. Gogel collecting A. gambiae
Ju-Ju Dance at Sempene
African Beauties
Silk-Cotton tree
Africans on way to dance
Dr. J. Konder & Capt. G.C. Kilday
Felix and Felix, Jr., chameleons
Breeding places east of Teshi
DDT spreading on water
African boats at sea
African subchief & umbrellas
scenes at Aburi
scenes at Aburi, Lt. Mead & Maj. Marable
Local Gold Coast Train
Achimota college. Maj. Berner & Lt. Mead
Drain at Maiduguri
swamp & drain at Maiduguri
oxen at Maiduguri
Capt. Hoffman's room. Maiduguri
African huts at Maiduguri (Galtomeri)
Guinea corn or millet
Pagan girl with disks thru lips. Maiduguri
Weaver bird nests in tree at Maiduguri
Pool at city wall of Kano
Livestock market at Maiduguri
Maiduguri home & reclining ox
Gate to walled city of Kano
Experiments on odum gall. Mr. Marshall, Mr. Stevenson & Mr. Beveridge, Gold Coast Forestry Dept.
Views of River Alo & backwater at Maiduguri
African home at Maiduguri
Malaria control officers, Am. & Br.
Scenes on way to Johannesburg
Johannesburg zoo
Mosquito breeding cage. Work at Klotey Lagoon
Capt. Gilman, Dr. Konder, Col. Brown, Mr. Conner, Col. Wagstad, Capt. Ellenbgen
carvings
Major Pink. Scenes at Tunga
scenes at Tunga
scenes at Jonkobri
aerial view Klotey, Kpeschi, Teshi lagoons
Kawli Lagoon
Klotey Lagoon, Christiansborg Castle, Beach scene
Klotey Lagoon, Kpeschi showing breeding places
Kpeschi Lagoon, bridge construction
Kpeschi Lagoon & beach drain
Experiments on odum with Mr. Marshall
Weija lines. Mosquito breeding cage
Elizabethville, Belgian Congo
scenes from train on way to Johannesburg
Cold Coast Africans
Majors Wersen & Berner at tennis
Major Marable & violin
Pram-pram trip w/ Majs Wersen,Vann,Berner,Capt. Whitemore,Mary Vescova,Betty Echols,Micky Williamson
Aburi, Gold Coast
construction of bridge at Kawli Lagoon
work on Klotey Lagoon
Man with fancy hairdo at Klotey
Boat scenes at Christiansborg
drains on Hanson Road
salvage depot area, new gates & Majors Pink & Berner
Lt. Cols. Gilroy & Wilson & Maj. Pink
Gold Coast Natives
Sgt. Poguie
portraits of Majors Wersen & Berner
Mosquito control Lagos
small birds-home destroyed by removal of mangroves
Maj. Pink & Berner resting
Folk-lore journal.
Folk-lore journal
Folk-lore journal
Folk-lore journal
Folk-lore journal
Folk-lore journal
Folk-lore journal
Folk-lore journal
Folk-lore journal
Folk-lore journal
Folk-lore journal
Kpeschi Lagoon showing work accomplished & breeding places
quarry in Labedi
drains in Christiansborg
estate houses, Christiansborg
drain in Christiansborg
work on Klotey Lagoon
breeding place at Klotey
work at Klotey
Mosquito control at Lagos
Lt. Col. Gilroy, Majs. Qwan and Pink
drains at Salvage Depot
work on Kawli Lagoon
completed work, Klotey Lagoon
work on Kawli at Salvage Depot
Weija lines
Drains on Ring Road
Main drain at Nswam Road
work on Kawli Lagoon
Breeding areas in Kawli Lagoon, including cracks
Cracks at Kawli Lagoon
opening gates at Klotey for first time]
waves striking gates at Klotey
Village near Accra, [term for children deleted]
Christiansborg castle
Capt. Shearer
cub spraying Kawli Lagoon
Medie pig farm with Capt. Robertson for Tsetses
drain on Achimota Road & RR crossing after rain
main drain at Nswam Road after rain
drains at Salvage Depot-Kawli Lagoon
Forest country-Aburi, Corp. Rothstein
Beach party at Nungwa:the Leventis,Betty Echols,Mary Vescova,Micky Williamson,Capt. Whiteman & Tara,Majors Vann,Carr,Berner
Trypanosome survey on Malaria Control natives with Capt. Robertson & survey team
scenes at Medie pig farm
storm coming in over runway
Beach party at Kawli beach. Leventis, Mrs. Paige, Major Vann & Berner
shifting of pilings at Kawli after accidental filling of hole with water
Man climbing pine tree
Termite mound and Capt. Franklin, Gold Coast. 1944
Key Biscayne lighthouse off Miami Beach. June 1945
Amadon, Corp., and Corp. Poll and Capt. Dow in mountains near Manila. September 1945
Amadon, Corp., on mountain road near Manila. September 1945
Amadon, Corp., washing off mud in mountains near Manila. September 1945
Mountains near Manila (3 items). September 1945
Neepa-hut, quarters for Capt. at San Fernando LaUnion. September 1945
Chinese grave, Manila (7 items). October 1945
Church in Manila. October 1945
Crowded cemetery, Manila (2 items). October 1945
Crypt in cemetery, Manila (note open crypt). October 1945
Dining room, officers' mess, Manila. October 1945
Living room, officers' mess, Manila. October 1945
Luzon, Philippines, bridge destroyed by Japanese (2 items). October 1945
Officers' quarters, Manila. October 1945
Ruined church, walled city, Manila. October 1945
Ruined city of Baguio. October 1945
"Mealtime - Gold Coast" (puppies). 1950
Folk-lore journal
Photographs of and near St. Augustine, with Rector's Cafe in the city
University of Florida Football Photographs by Lewis Berner
Lewis Berner's mother
Group of People: woman 1
Group of People: woman 2
Group of People: man
Group of people: girl
Group of people: man fishing
Group of people: picnic
Group of people: tower
Group of people: boy fishing
Group of people: car
Group of people: outside
Group of people: boy
Group of people
Lewis Berner
Lewis Berner
Lewis Berner and another man
Unidentified Man
Unidentified Man
Unidentified woman
Unidentified boy
Lewis Berner's daughter, Roberta
Unidentified man
Unidentified woman
Woman on swing
Group of People
Unidentified man
Unidentified man
Unidentified man
Unidentified man
Unidentified man
Three men (one may be Archie Carr )
Man and woman
Outside
Amelia Berner with Lewis Berner's sister
Women on a porch
Canal
Aerial images of beach
Boy with dog
Building
Building
Car
Children
Man
Woman
Lewis Berner and his wife, Amelia
Woman and man
Woods
City Scenes
Amelia Berner
Family
Men outdoors
Dog
House
Children and hermit crab
Forest
Two Women
Unidentified woman
Berner and two women
Unidentified women and man
Unidentified woman
Unidentified man
Unidentified man
Unidentified man
Unidentified man
Unidentified man and woman
Unidentified women
Unidentified young man and boy
Unidentified man
Thoughts upon the African slave trade
A General view of the African slave-trade
Kadala Ali : Buratai (typescript 1974)
History and development of Buratai (typescript 1974)
Taxonomic revision of Lake Tanganyikan Synodontis (Siluriformes Mochokidae)
1989 / 90 CIMMYT world maize facts and trends : realizing the potential of maize in Sub-Saharan Africa
Technology dissemination among small-scale farmers in Meru Central District of Kenya
Evaluation of community-based conservation approaches : management of protected areas in Uganda
Dossiers de l'action sociale catholique.
Dossiers de l'action sociale catholique.
Nigeria
Nigeria
Farming systems bulletin : Eastern and Southern Africa
Extension communication manual for front-line agricultural extension staff
Strategy and process for changing agriculture in rural Nigeria : the Badeku experience [chapter 19]
Voyages en Afrique, Asie, Indes Orientales & Occidentales.
Bura Field Research Project (Sakwa by Musa Ibrahim Sakwa, typescript, 1974)
Origin of Shafa (Viu Kithla); an interview with Shajo Mshelia by Simfa L. Wakawa (typescript, 1974)
Shaffa, Angiramta, Fire incident in Shafa, by Thomas Dawa and Mwajim Maidugu (typescript, 1973-1974)
Shaffa burnings, interview notes about Mwajim Maidugu and Julius Pindar (typescript 1074)
Shaffa: origins of the village, told by Musa Turmda (typescript 1974)
Subwang by Joshua Mshelia (typescript 1973-1974)
Bura field project, area of study: Wakawa Clan - Tiraku Village, East Bura District by Simfa Lawan Wakawa (typescript, 1973)
Bura research: Tsahuyam by Salmanza B. Mshelia (typescript, 1974)
Walls around towns, Bura Field Project: Wandali by Stephen Luka Hena (typescript, 1973)
Wuyo interviews translated by Mohammed Magaji for Mwajim M. Maidugu (typescript, 1974)
Handwritten letter by Rikli written during trip
Handwritten letter by Rikli written during trip
Handwritten letter by Rikli written during trip
Handwritten letter by Rikli written during trip
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
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African studies quarterly
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Pursuit of sustainable development
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Annuaire de la Société archéologique de la province de Constantine
Institutionalization of farming systems research in Malawi, Sudan and Morocco /
A Farming systems contribution to improved relevancy in agricultural research
Annuaire de la Société archéologique de la province de Constantine
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Recueil des notices et mémoires de la Société archéologique de la province de Constantine
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Agricultural policy analysis in Sub-Saharan Africa
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
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A National farming systems research strategy for Tanzania
African agricultural research capabilities
Recueil des notices et mâemoires de la Sociâetâe archâeologique du dâepartement de Constantine
Annuaire de la Société archéologique de la province de Constantine
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Soil of salvation
Structural adjustment and African women farmers /
Apartheid unravels
Au Kilima-ndjaro (Afrique orientale)
Ngoma memories
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An Effective monitoring framework for community based natural resource management
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Recueil des notices et mémoires de la Société archéologique de la province de Constantine
A report to the Medical Board of the Universities' Mission on the health of the European missionaries in the Likoma diocese
Scribe, griot, and novelist
Catalogue of the fresh-water fishes of Africa in the British museum (Natural history) ..
Women in agricultural research:
Annuaire de la Société archéologique de la province de Constantine 1854-1855
Men of the trees;
Letterbook for the Simon Plantation, St. Kitts
Population growth and agricultural change in Africa
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Across the Great Water
Comparison of Measured and Simulated Responses of Maize to Phosphorus Levels in Ghana
'We Only Vote but Do Not Know'
We Do Not Eat Meat with the Christians
Weapons and Refuse as Media: The Potent Politics of Recycling in Mozambican Urban Arts ( Fulbright Proposal 2009 )
Estimating Soil Carbon Sequestration in Ghana
Manuel du voyageur et du résident au Congo
Grass cover of Africa
Compiled guide to all 3 Derscheid Collection microfilm reels (Jean-Marie Derscheid Collection on 3 microfilm reels )
Gender and soil fertility in Africa
Pest and disease hazards and sustainability in African agriculture
Soldier's handbook on Shona customs
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The mayflies of Florida
Egypt;
Legislation of Sierra Leone
De Angola do passado
Instructions for the guidance of the captains and commanding officers of Her Majesty's ships of war employed in the suppression of the slave trade
Notecards on children interviewed and attended a clinic at Chavuma Renal Hospital in Zambia, 1972
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Shrine Figure
Double-Faced mask (kponigougo or waniougo)
Ceramic Bottle
Bottle
Im Herzen von Afrika
Sur le haut-Zambèze
À travers le Congo belge
Le Congo belge ..
Le Congo belge ..
Entomological report on development of the River Volta Basin
Shire Valley Project
The Volta River project
Volta River project
Proverbs, textuality, and nativism in African literature /
mosquitoes of the Shire River Valley, Nyasaland
Liste des Anopheles determines au Togo
Entomological report on development of the Shire River Valley
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Karanga grammar
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Handwritten booklet with translations of Ndebele language to English
Men of the Old Stone Age, their environment, life and art
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Tucece buku rekutanga
Rugwaro rgwo kutan̳ga kunemba Cishona
Chipere
Chiwororo chavakuru
Tsoko nadhadha /
Ufuza hwakamba /
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Kudzoka kwachamakanda /
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Kuregererwa kwakamba /
Musha wedu
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A vocabulary of the dialects of Mashonaland in the new orthography /
Rugwaro rwe citanhatu
Gun and camera in southern Africa;
L'Informateur
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Center for African Studies research report
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Biography of Jean-Marie Derscheid
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Ndorwa-Rukiga. Information by the muHutu chief Muzerero of Mabungo county of Bufumbira “British Ruanda,” concerning local events which occurred during his lifetime. (Signed) Tracy Philipps, Jan. 3, 1935.
Expedition de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri dans le Mpororo, (vers 1877-1878?). Interrogatoire de Kayambele, pretendu fils de Mibambwe IV, Rutshuru, J. M. Derscheid. March 26, 1931.
Province de Mulera. Regne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. (Interrog. Kayambele, Rutshuru, J.M.D[erscheid]. March, 1931).
Notes sur l’histoire de la province du Ndara, pendant le regne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. Renseignements fournis par M. F. Thielemans, ancien Administrateur territorial a M. J.M.D[erscheid], Feb. 18, 1933.
Note sur l’histoire de la province du Biru sous le regne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. D’apres des notes du R.P. Delmas, 1929.
Mort de Rwogera; interrègne de Nyirakigeri Murorunkwele. D’après interrogatoire de Kayambere, prétendu fils de Mibambwe IV Rutarindwa. Rutshuru, March 25, 1931.
Regence de Nyirakigeri Murorunkwele. D’après interrogatoire de Senyakazana, chef du Buhoma Ruhengeri. J.M. Derscheid, May 28, 1931.
Histoire “officielle” du regne de Rwabugiri (Kigeri [IV]) [considéré comme 38e roi du Ruanda]. D’apres Kalera, umutshurubwenga (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza, version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire par M.M. Leenaerts et Sandraerd, 1925.
Notes sur l’histoire du Djomba pendant le règne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. Interrogatoire de Kayambele, soi-disant fils de Mibambwe IV [Rutarindwa]. Rutshuru, J.M. Derscheid, March 28, 1931.
Province du Bwana-Tshyambwe sous les règnes de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri et de Yuhi IV Musinga. Notes O. Coubeau 1924.
Règne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. Première guerre de Rwabugiri contre le Burundi. Interrogatoire de Kayambere, prétendu fils de [Mibambwe IV] Rutarindwa. Rutshuru, Notes originales J.M. Derscheid, March 26, 1931.
Province de Bwishaza; règne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. Liste des chefs autonomes ou semi-autonomes (de la famille des Abahoryo). D’apres le R. P. Pages, 1927.
Passage de Rwabugiri [Kigeri IV] au Kibumba (vers 1890?). Interrogatoire de Bwenge, fils de Burunga, Kingarame. J.M. Derscheid, May 15, 1931. 2 pages.
Naissance de Sezisoni (Rwabugiri). Interrogatoire de Senyakazana, chef du Buhoma Ruhengeri. J. M. Derscheid, May, 1931.
Regne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. D’apres renseignements fournis par Senyakazana, chef du Buhoma, J.M.D[erscheid], May 29, 1931.
Notes sur l’histoire du Bukoma sous le règne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. Rutshuru, J.M. Derscheid, May 18, 1931. 2 pages.
Note sur l’histoire du Busanza sous le règne de Kigeri IV Rwagugiri. Interrogatoire de Kayambele et des vieillards du Bukoma, J.M. Derscheid, March 1931.
Note sur l’histoire du Bufumbira sous le règne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. J.M. Derscheid, March, 1931. Interrogatoire de Kayambele et des vieillards du Bukoma.
Guerre de Rwabugiri contre l’Ankole (1891-92?). Interrogatoire du muTutsi Kajambele, fils prétendu de [Mibambwe IV] Rutarindwa, probablement fils de Rubibi, mugaragu de Rutarindwa. Rutshuru, J.M. Derscheid, March 25, 1931. 3 pages.
Règne de Rwabugiri (Kigeri IV). Notes de Mgr. Classe, éveque du [Bishop of] Ruanda. ms.
Regne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. Notes originales de J.M. Derscheid, April 1931.
Note sur l’Histoire de Mulera sous le règne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. Notes originales de J.M. Derscheid, March, 1931. Interrogatoire de Kayambele et des vieillards du Bukoma.
Note sur l’histoire du Kisagari sous le règne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. Notes originales de J.M. Derscheid, March 1931. Interrogatoire de Kayambele et des vieillards du Bukoma.
Histoire de la province de l’Impara sous le regne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri. D’apres les notes du R.P. Delmas, 1929. 2 pages.
Notes sur les faits et gestes de Rwabugiri au Kinyaga d’après Birasenyeri, témoin oculaire et compagnon assidu du roi guerrier, par le R.P. Delmas des Pères Blancs. Nyamasheke, Nov. 1, 1929. 3 pages.
Regne de Rwabugiri [Kigeri IV] (1850-1865-1894; 1860-1876-1894). Essai (notes) par J.M.D[erscheid], 1929, pour une conference aux etudiants de l’Universite Coloniale de Belgique. 5 pages.
Ruanda. Province de Buganza (Section S.W.). Colline Mwurile sous le règne de Kigeri IV Rwabugiri d’après R. Schmidt, in litt.7.VIII.1933.
Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique." 1933. 41 pages.
Histoire “officielle” du regne de Rutarindwa (Mibambwe) [IV] (considéré comme 39e roi du Ruanda) suivant Kalera, umutshurubwenge (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M. M. Leenaerts & Sandraerd.
Mibambwe IV Rutarlindwa [sic], Nov. 1895. ms. Notes de Mgr. Classe, éveque du Ruanda.
Ruanda. Regne de Mibambwe IV Rutarindwa. Notes originales J. M. Derscheid, April 1931.
Notes sur l’histoire de la Province du Biru sous le regne de Mibambwe IV Rutarindwa. D’après les notes du R. P. Delmas, 1929 (?).
Histoire de la Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Mibambwe IV Rutarindwa. [Notes de R. P. Delmas, 1929 (?).]
Province du Ndiza sous le regne de Mibambwe IV Rutarindwa. Notes prises dans R.P. Pages, 1927.
Notes sur l’histoire de la Province du Bwishaza sous le regne de Mibambwe IV Rutarindwa. En partie d’après des notes du R.P. Delmas, 1929.
Notes sur l’histoire de la Province du Budaha, règne de Mibambwe IV Rutarindwa. R.P. Pages, 1927.
Apercu historique sur le Kibumba et le Buhumba. Notes originales J.M. Derscheid, 1926-1927. 4 pages.
Kibumba. Notes sur l’histoire de la famille des Abarindwa. Notes originales J.M. Derscheid. Nyarugambo, Kibumba July 1, 1931 d’après interrogatoire des notables de la famille. [Along with:] Tableau généalogique des Abarindwa du Kibumba, 1931. 4 pages.
[Kibumba]. Guerre entre le Kibumba et le Rweleri (Bugoyi). Interrogatoire de Surumwe, fils de Burunga, J.M.D[erscheid], May 15, 1931.
[Kibumba]. Passage de [Kigeri IV] Rwabugiri au Kibumba (vers 1890?). Notes originales J.M. Derscheid interrogatoire de Bwenge, fils de Burunga. Kingarame, May 15, 1931. 2 pages.
Buhuma [Bukumta?]. Notes originales de J. M. Derscheid, 1926-1927.
[Bugeju?]. Resume de l’histoire du Buheju [voir histoire du Kitagwenda]. Extrait de R. P. Gorju, “Entre le Victoria, l’Albert et l’Edouard,” 1920.
Occupation du Kinyaga par les Batutsi. Territoire de Kamembe. [Along with 3 pp.:] Chefs de la province du Mpara [and] Chefs de la province du Biru. Total 5 pages.
Ruganzu II Ndori. Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique." 1933.
Province du Busozo sous le regne de Ruganzu II Ndori.
[Ruganzu II Ndori]. Le règne de Ruganzu II, le plus connu des rois du Ruanda (son curriculum vitae). Extrait de R. P. Pages, ["Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique," Livre Troisieme]. 1933. 109 pages.
[Ruganzu II Ndori]. Legende sur le taureau du roi Ruganzu et la soumission du Bukunsi. Extrait de R.P.L. Delmas “La Vache au Ruanda,” dans "Anthropos" XXV (1930). 3 pages.
[Ruganzu II Ndori]. Histoire “officielle” du regne de Ndori (Ruganzu) (considéré comme 28e roi du Ruanda). (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M.M. Leenaerts & Sandraert. 2 pages.
[Kigeri Nyamuheshera]. Histoire “officielle” du regne du Nyamuheshera (considéré comme 30e roi du Ruanda) suivant Kalera umutshurubwenge (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. [Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M. M. Leenaerts et Sandraerd.]
Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique," 1933.
[Mutara Nsoro]. Histoire “officielle” du regne de Nsoro (Mutara) (considéré comme 29e roi du Ruanda) suivant Kalera, umutshurubwange (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M. M. Leenaerts et Sandraerd.
[Unlabelled extract: “27. Mutara I dit Nsoro…” No page numbers, but apparently from R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique]."
[Yuhi II Mazimpaka]. Histoire “officielle” du regne de Mazimpaka (Yuhi) (considéré comme 32e roi du Ruanda) suivant Kalera, umutshurubwenge (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire par M.M. Leenaerts et Sandraerd.
Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique", 1933. “30. Yuhi II Mazimpaka.” 5 pages.
Regne de Yuhi II Mazimpaka. Interrog. de Kayambele, soi-disant fils de [Mibambwe IV] Rutarindwa. Notes J.M. Derscheid, Rutshuru, March 26, 1931.
[Mibambwe Gisanura]. Histoire “officielle” du regne de Gisanura (considéré comme 31e roi du Ruanda) suivant Kalera, umutshurubwenge (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M.M. Leenaerts & Sandraerd, 1925.
Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique," “29. Mibamge II Gisanura.” 1933.
[Tshyirima Rudjugira]. Histoire “officielle” du regne de Rudjugira (considéré comme 33e roi du Ruanda) suivant Kalera, umutshurubwenga (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M.M. Leenaerts et Sandraerd.
Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique," “Chyilima II Ludjugira.” 1933. 3 pages.
[Tshyirima II Rudjugira]. Guerre contre le Burundi sous le règne de Tshyirima II Rudjugira. Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique," 1933. 12 pages.
[Kigeri III Ndabarasa]. Histoire “officielle” du regne de Ndabarasa (considéré comme 34e roi du Ruanda) suivant Kalera, umutshurubwenga (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M.M. Leenaerts et Sandraerd.
Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique," “Chyilima II Ludjugira.” 1933. 2 pages.
[Kigeri III Ndabarasa]. Histoire des provinces de l’Impara et du Biru (Kinyaga) sous le regne de Kigeri III Ndabarasa. D’après des notes du R. P. Delmas, 1929.
[Mibambwe III Sentabyo]. Histoire “officielle” du regne de Sentabyo (Mibambwe) (considéré comme 35e roi du Ruanda) suivant Kalera, umutshurubwenge (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M.M. Leenaerts et Sandraerd.
Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique," “33. Mibambge III Sentabyo.” 1933. 2 pages.
[Mibambwe III Sentabyo]. Histoire de la province de l’Impara sous le regne de Mibambwe III Sentabyo. D’apres des notes du R. P. Delmas, 1929.
[Mibambwe III Sentabyo]. Histoire de la province de Biru sous le regne de Mibambwe III Sentabyo. D’apres des notes du R. P. Delmas, 1929.
[Mibambwe III Sentabyo]. Province du Buganza (Sect. S.W.), colline "Gitshatsha." Regne de Mibambwe III Sentabyo. D’apres R. Schmidt, in litt. August 7, 1933.
Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique," “34. Yuhi III Gahindiro.” 1933. 2 pages.
[Yuhi III Gahindiro]. Histoire de la province de l’Impara sous le regne de Yuhi III Gahindiro. D’apres des notes du R. P. Delmas, 1929.
[Yuhi III Gahindiro]. Histoire de la province du Biru sous le regne de Yuhi III Gahindiro. D’apres des notes du R. P. Delmas, 1929.
[Yuhi III Gahindiro]. Province du Buhoma sous le regne de Yuhi III Gahindiro.
[Yuhi III Gahindiro]. Histoire “officielle” du regne de Gahindiro (Yuhi) (considéré comme 36e roi du Ruanda) suivant Kalera, umutshurubwenga (gardien des traditions) a la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M.M. Leenaerts et Sandraerd. 2 pages.
[Yuhi IV Musinga]. Province du Ndiza sous le regne de Yuhi IV Musinga.
Extrait de J. Roscoe, “The Bagesu,” Cambridge 1924, pp 163-164. The Bakiga (People of Kigezi), Clans and Totems. 2 pages. ts.
Annexe à la letter de M. Verhulst, July 24, 1934. Nolorivo (?) [Ndorwa?], ms.
Extrait de R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique,' “I. Ndorwa.” 1933.
"Deutsche Kolonialzeitung." Organ der Deutschen Kolonialgesellschaft. 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909. 6 pages.
"Deutsche Kolonialzeitung." Berlin. 1889 (2e année), 1890, 1891, 1892, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903. 15 pages.
"Deutsche Kolonialzeitung." 1910, 1911. 4 pages.
"Deutsche Kolonialzeitung." 1912.
"Deutsche Kolonialzeitung." 1913
"Deutsche Kolonialzeitung." 1914.
“From the White Nile to Ruanda.” The Geographical Journal (London), July 1928.
"Journal of the African Society" (London), [2 references.]
Hans Meyer, "Ergebnisse einer Reise durch des Zwischenseengebiet Ostafrikas," (1911). Mitteilungen aus den deutschen Schutzgebieten, Ergänzungsheft Nr. 6, 1913. 2 pages.
Extraits du "Deutsches Kolonialblatt," 1907, 1908, 1910, 1911, 1913. 5 pages.
"Deutsches Kolonialblatt," (Amtsblatt für die Schutzgebiete des Deutschen Reichs-Herausgegeben in der Kolonial-Abteilung des Answärtigen Amts.). 1900, 1901. 3 pages. Numerous ms. notes and editing.
"Deutsches Kolonialblatt." Addenda. 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 1904. 2 pages.
"Deutsches Kolonialblatt." 1905, 1906, 3 pages.
"Deutsches Kolonialblatt." 1905. “Aus dem Bericht des Regierungsrats Chropkowski über seine Expedition vom Viktoria-Njanza (Bukoba) zum Tanganyika (Usumbura).”
"Deutsches Kolonialblatt." 1906. “Die Sultanin Myawingi von Mpororo.” ms.
"Deutsches Kolonialblatt." Volumes 1902-1903. Bibliographie Ruanda-Urundi, 4.
"Deutsches Kolonialblatt." 1907-1908, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914. 10 pages. Includes tables: “Recettes brutes au poste de la douane d’Usumbura” for 1906-’08, 1910-’14.
"Deutsches Kolonialblatt." 1907. “Aus der Bezirke Tabora. Voyage du Capitaine Charisius dans le cercle de Tabora du 9/10 au 3/12/1906. Also: 1907: Die Landschaft Uha, par le Capitaine Göring.
Extrait de "Tägliche Rundschau" [a Berlin daily newspaper?], 1908: “Die Zentralafrikanische Expedition S. H. des Herzogs Adolph Friedrich zu Meklenberg-Schwerin.” 3 pages.
“Die Schlafkrankheit am Russissi und am Tanganyika.” 1912. Section 2 de l’article des pp. 434-447: “Der Kampf gegen die Schlafkrankheit. Extrait du "Rapport du Voyage" du Prof. Dr. Steudel, dans le D.O.A.” [Deutsch Ost Afrika]. En annexe: cartes des circles de Schirati, Muansa et Bukoba de la vallée de la Rússissi et des rives du Tanganyika d’Usumbura à Rumonge; 16 photos. 1 page.
“Lukarras Ende par le Résident, ad interim, du Ruanda.” “Die Schlafkrankheit am Russissi und am Tanganyika.”. 1912.
“Die Vermarkung des deutsch-englischen Ruanda-Grenze 1911 von Major a.D.G.Schloback.” 1912. 2 pages.
“Die Batwa Zwerge in Ruanda (avec photographies de Grue, Mitedsja, Rukemampunse, Ngirimandwa, Ndensaio, Madsjigiri et Bungrue.” “Die Vermarkung des deutsch-englischen Ruanda-Grenze 1911 von Major a.D.G.Schloback.” 1913.
“Die Nordwestliche Gebiete Deutsch Ost Afrikas. Aus den Reisebericht des Governeurs Dr. Schnee.” “Die Vermarkung des deutsch-englischen Ruanda-Grenze 1911 von Major a.D.G.Schloback.”, 1913. 2 pages.
§I: Les ports allemands du lac Viktoria.
§II: La partie Septentrionale du cercle de Bukoba: le Buddu, le Kisiba, le Bugabo, le Kyamtwara, le Kyanja l’Ihangiro le Karagwe et l’Ischangu.
§III: le Ruanda
§IV: l’Urundi.
§V: Du coude de la Kagera à Tabora, où le Dr.Schnee arriva au 10 avril 1913.
“Zu den Unruhen in Urundi”. 1911, 4 pages.
“Bericht des Hauptmanns von Beringe über seine Expedition nach Ruanda." "Deutscheskolonialblatt." 1903. 3 pages.
“Bericht des Hauptmanns von Beringe über die Expedition nach Urundi.” "Deutscheskolonialblatt.", 1904. 4 pages.
“Rapport d’Inspection du Gouverneur Dr. Schnee.” "Deutsches Kolonialblatt." 1913, XXIV. Ruanda. Urundi.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." Organe des intérêts belges au Congo. Publié sous la direction de A. J. Wauters, Bruxelles. 1900 (17me année). 2 pages.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1901, 2 pages.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1902.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1903.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1904.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1905.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1906, 2 pages.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1907.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1908.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1909, 2 pages.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1910, 2 pages.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1911, 2 pages.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1912.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1913.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1914.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1919, 3 pages.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1920, 3 pages.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1921.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1922, 2 pages.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1895. (douzième année).
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1896.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1897.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." 1898, 2 pages.
Societe Royale de Geographie d’Anvers. 1907 (suite)
Societe Royale de Geographie d’Anvers., 1908 (suite).
"Bulletin de la Societe Royale de Geographie d’Anvers," 1909 (suite).
Societe Royale de Geographie d’Anvers., 1910 (suite).
"Le Mouvement Geographique." Organe des intérêts belges au Congo. Bruxelles. 1892. (neuvième année).
"Le Mouvement Geographique." Organe des intérêts belges au Congo. Bruxelles. 1893.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." Organe des intérêts belges au Congo. Bruxelles. 1894.
"Le Mouvement Geographique." Organe des intérêts belges au Congo. Bruxelles. 1899, 4 pages.
"Stationchef von Tabora." 1895: Sigl [+ en 1905?]; 1907: Hauptmann a. D. Hermann (until 1909), “à Udjidji: Capitaine Brentzel”…, etc.
Commissaire Imperial, Gouverneurs du D.O.A. [1889-1914].
"Missions d’Afrique des Pères Blancs" (Edition Flamande). “Résumés et Extraits d’articles intéressants.” 1932; 1933: “De Witte Paters in het Noorden von het Tanganyika-meer, door P. Vanneste. 3 pages.
"Revue Missionaire des Jesuits Belges-Louvain." April 1932: “Le Ruanda.”
"International Revue of missions." Le 1920 à 1930: “Néant.”
“Le Vicariat Apostolique du Ruanda.” par R. P. Vanneste. Résumé inédit. 7 pages, 6 paginated typescript notes, followed by a single page of maps. Bibliography on p. 2; p. 3: “Le Vicariat Apostolique de l’Urundi.”; p. 6 includes note: “Ces 2 articles comptent 38 pages”; p. 7 entitled: “Missions Equatoriales des Pères Blancs” with four hand-drawn sketch maps captioned “1880-1886”, “1886-1894”, “1894-1912” and “1912-1922” and with a ms. table labeled: “1922-1934: Vic Ap. du Ruanda et Vic. Apost. de
"Koloniale Rundschau."
Rapports de la Commission des Mandats, Genève. Discussions sur le “Rapport du Gouvernement belge sur l’Administration du Ruanda-Urundi.” 4 pages.
Edition Francaise de la "Revue des Missions d’Afrique des Peres Blancs." Résumés et Extraits des articles intéressants. “Traditions des Batutsi,” 1907.
"Revue des Missions bénedictines," Abbaye de St. André, par Lophem. Depuis 1922: "Bulletin des Missions," publié par les Bénédictins de St. André. Existe depuis 1903. Parcourue de 1911 jusqu’a ce jour. [2 entries only from 1924 and 1928].
"La Grace au Ruanda" – Un coup d’oeil sur son évangélisation.” Résumé d’un article de 16 pages par R. P. De Meire de Kabgayi? [Crossed out: R. P. Vanneste, with ms. addition of “De Meire de Kabgayi”]. 2 pages.
"Missions d’Afrique des Peres Blancs." (Edition Française). Résumés et Extraits d’articles intéressants. [Includes “Art du P. Schumacher:Echos du Kivu; Kabgayi.” 1913, p. 95 and “L’éxpedition militaire de von Grawert 1904.”]
"Missions d’Afrique des Peres Blancs." (Edition Flamande). Résumés et Extraits d’Articles intéressants. 1897. [“Lettre du P. J. Van der Biezen” and “Lettre du P.J.Sweens de Marïenheim.”]
"Missions d’Afrique des Peres Blancs." (Edition Française). [Ms. note “vue depuis 1898” and with entries 1900-1923.] 2 pages.
Bulletin de la Societe Royale de Geographie d’Anvers. [Includes entries for 1877, 1899, 1905, 1913, 1919, 1921, 1925, 1927, 1928, 1929, and 1934 each with only one or two entries per year and each year on separate frame]. 11 pages.
Territoires du Ruanda Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire d’Astrida. “Rapport de Sortie de Charge. Etabli par M. Servranckx André, Administrateur Territorial de Ière Cl. [Première Classe]. ayant administré le Territoire d’Astrida depuis le 27 Aout 1932.” 69 pages.
Regne de Mutara II Rwogera. 1 page.
“On ne sait pas esactement l’année où se fit la conquête du Gisaka par les Banyaruanda de Rwogera. D’après les données obtenues, on estime qu’elle eut lieu entre 1840 et 1850. La mere de MUTARA RWOGERA était encore en vie. Le roi hamite, qui était atteint de la tuberculose, n’eut pas le temps de visiter le GISAKA, où il ne vint jamais. Il mourut après un règne assez court.”
Histoire “officielle” du regne de Rwogela [Rwogera] (Mutala) [Mutara], (considéré comme 37e roi du Ruanda) suivant KALERA, umutshurubwenga (gardien des traditions) à la cour de Nyanza. Version intégrale suivant un interrogatoire en 1925 par M.M. Leenaerts et Sandraerd. 1 page.
Descendance du roi Mutara II Rwogera. Notes originales de J.M.D[erscheid], d’après informations de SENYAKAZANA, chef actuel du Buhoma. 28 May, 1931. 2 pages.
Règne de Mutara II Rwogera. [One line note: “D’après MUZELERO, muhutu actuellement (1954) chef au BUFUMBIRA, RWOGERA n’aurait jamais traversé vers le Nord la rivière Nabarongo, et il n’a en tous cas pas visité le BUFUMBIRA, le NDORWA ou le MPORORO.”]
“Mutara II Lwogera.” Extrait de R. P. Pages, Un Royaume "Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique," 1933. [Final page includes “Liste des principaux fils de Lwogera-Mutara.”] 4 pages.
“Notes sur le regne de Mutara II Rwogera. Naissance de Sezisoni (Rwabugiri). Notes originales de J.M. Derscheid d’apres interrogatoire de SENYAKAZANA, chef du Buhoma.” Ruhengeri, May, 1931. 1 page.
Notes sur l’histoire du Buhoma sous le règne de Mutara II Rwogera d’apres interrogatoire de SENYAKAZANA, chef du Buhoma.” (J. M. D.[erscheid] Ruhengeri, May 1931). 1 page.
Histoire de la province du Biru sous le regne de Mutara II Rwogera. D’apres les notes du R. P. Delmas, 1929. 1 page.
Histoire de la province de l’Impara sous le regne de Mutara II Rwogera. D’apres des notes du RP. Delmas. 1929. 1 page.
Mort de Rwogera; interrègne de NYIRAKIGERI. D’apres interrogatoire de KAYAMBERE, prétendu fils (?) de Mibambwe Rutarindwa. (Rutshuru, 25 March 1931). 1 page.
Mort de Mutara II Rwogera (d’apres SENYAKAZANA, chef du Buhoma, interrogé, 28 May 1931 à Ruhengeri. Notes originales J.M.D[erscheid]. 2 pages.
Mission Akeley-Derscheid. Journal de route. Heading: “Lundi 28 Fevrier 1927” and listed by hour, e.g. 9.42, 9.55, etc.]. Monday, 28 February 1927. 3 pages.
Mission Akeley-Derscheid. Journal de route. Heading: “Mardi Ier Mars 1927.” Tuesday, March 1, 1927. 3 pages.
“Expédition EMIN-STUHLMANN.”
Expedition Emin Pasha - Dr. Stuhlmann, 1890-1892. Traversee du Busindja en Octobre 1890. “D’apres STUHLMANN “Mid Emin Pascha in Herz von Africa” Berlin, 1894. 4 pages.
Expedition von Gotzen, 1894. Busindja, Nudjombe (Uyombe). “D’après von GOTZEN, (1895 p. 100), en 1894 le chef du BUDJOMBE était un certain MUGUNGA, qui vint le 7 avril 1894 le saluer à la Mission du Rushirombo.” 2 pages.
Histoire du BWISHA. 1. Kisigari. 2. Bweza. 3. Rugari + Mukora. 1 page.
Note sur l’histoire du Kisigari sous le règne de Kiseri IV Rwabugiri. Notes originales J-M. Derscheid. Interrogatoire de Kayambele et de vieillards du Bukoma, mars 1931. 1 page.
Kisigari (limites). 1 page.
Notes rur [sur] l’histoire du Kisigari (BWISHA). Notes originales J-M. Derscheid. Rutshuru, 1927. 3 pages.
Notes Historiques sur la CHEFFERIE DU BUGINA (dite Chefferie MIHANYAHANYA ou Chefferie KWEZI) actuellement rattaché au KISIGARI. Notes prises dans les Archives du territoire de Rutshuru. J-M. D. 1927. 2 pages.
Notes sur l’histoire du Bweza. 3 pages.
Note. [Single paragraph regarding the name of volcano Kirunga or Ufumbiro by Bethe in 1898]. 1 page.
Notes. Kandt: “Caput Nili.” (Ref. Ruhenankiko et Scharangabbo).” 2 pages.
De la letter XXIII: “Am Hofe des Königs." 2 pages.
Traditions sur le regne de Mutaga I. Renseignements obtenus du Chef BARANYANKA par l’intermédiaire du Résident O. Coubeau. June, 1935. 1 page.
Traditions sur le regne de Mwambutsa I. Renseignements obtenus du Chef Baranyanka par l’intermédiaire du Résident O. Coubeau. June, 1935. 1 page.
Traditions sur le regne de Ntale II. Renseignements obtenus du Chef BARANYANKA par l’intermédiaire du Résident O. Coubeau. June, 1935. 1 page.
Traditions sur le regne de Mwezi Kisabo. Renseignements obtenus du Chef Baranyanka par l’intermédiaire du Résident O. Coubeau. June, 1935. 1 page.
Letter to J. M. Derscheid. Kitega, January 15, 1935. Signed O. Coubeau. 1 page.
Letter to O. Coubeau, Kitega. 31 January 1935. Unsigned. Labeled “Personnelle.” 2 pages.
Benediction et pose solennelle de la premiere pierre de notre groupe scolaire a Astrida. H. Bonneau, Vicaire General. 9 pages.
Origine et nature du pouvoir du Mwami. 4 pages.
Enquete ethnographique relative aux diverses formes d’asservissement des populations Bahavu. A. Braun, Administrateur au Congo Belge. 9 pages.
Proces verbal de reprise et de remise du Territoire des Bahavu. Province de Costermansville, District du Kivu, Territoire des Bahavu. Administration generale. May 19, 1934. Signed André Braun (Remise) and Robert Baude (Reprise). 2 pages.
P.V. [Proces verbal] de Remise et de Reprise. Affaires indigenes. Province de Costermansville, District du Kivu, Territoire des Bahavu. May 19, 1934. Signed André Braun (Remise) and Robert Baude (Reprise). 3 pages.
P.V. [Proces verbal] de Remise et de Reprise. Finances et impot indigene. Province de Costermansville, District du Kivu, Territoire des Bahavu. May 19, 1934. Signed André Braun (Remise) and Robert Baude (Reprise). 3 pages.
P.V. [Proces verbal] de Remise et de Reprise. Affaires economiques et agriculture. Province de Costermansville, District du Kivu, Territoire des Bahavu. May 19, 1934. Signed André Braun (Remise) and Robert Baude (Reprise). Approx. 1 page on 2 leaves.
P.V. [Proces verbal] de Remise et de Reprise. Etat-civil - Justice. Regime penitentiaire- Enseignement. Province de Costermansville, District du Kivu, Territoire des Bahavu. May 19, 1934. Signed André Braun (Remise) and Robert Baude (Reprise). [N.B. This report begins on the same typescript leaf as the previous document, on frame 535. A dashed line approximately 2/3 of the way down the page separates it.] Approx. 2 pages on 3 leaves.
P.V. [Proces verbal] de Remise et de Reprise. Tribunal de police et office de P.J. Province de Costermansville, District du Kivu, Territoire des Bahavu. May 19, 1934. Signed André Braun (Remise) and Robert Baude (Reprise). Approx. 1 page on 2 leaves.
P.V. [Proces verbal] de Remise et de Reprise. Force publique. Province de Costermansville, District du Kivu, Territoire des Bahavu. May 19, 1934. Signed André Braun (Remise) and Robert Baude (Reprise). Approx. 1 1/2 pages on 2 leaves.
Annexes.
Finances. Proces verbal de remise et de reprise du bureau de perception de Kalehe. District du Kivu. Territoire des Bahavu. May 19, 1934. 1 page.
P.V. [Proces verbal] de remise et de reprise C.A.C. des Bahavu. District du Kivu. Territoire des Bahavu. May 19, 1934. [Inventaire du materiel detenu par le maitre de l’ecole rurale.]1 page.
Proces verbal de mise hors d’usage. District du Kivu. Territoire des Bahavu. Poste de Kalehe. May 18, 1934. Signed H. Gilles, Robert Baude and André Braun. 1 page.
Etude sur les migrations des divers clans composant actuellement la population des Bahavu. A. Braun, Administrateur Territorial au Congo Belge. Title page followed by unpaginated first page with heading: “Notes complementaires a la carte des migrations des divers clans actuellement etablis dans le territoire des Bahavu. District du Kivu, Province de Costermansville.” May 20, 1934. Pages not numbered. 6 pages.
Rapport d’activite [?] de Monsieur l’Administrateur Territorial Braun dans la region des Watembos du territoire des Bahavu (du 3 juillet au 1er octobre, 1934). 5 pages.
Dalemwa. [Notes on a census or interviews? Short 2-6 line sections labeled Balega, Bakondjo, Bazilalo, Bashase, Bakanga, Balima, Batwa, Babutetwa] 1 page.
Territoire du Ruanda-Urundi. Residence du Ruanda. Territoire de Shangugu.
Rapport politique 1934. Shangugu, le 30 Novembre 1934. l’Administrateur Territorial, [signed] R. Bourgeois. 12 pages.
Proces-verbal de la séance du conseil des chef et notables de la chefferie des Bahavu. District du Kivu, Territoire des Bahavu. Séance du 7 aout 1934. [“Sont présents: le chef Bahole. les notables chefs de groupe: Biglimani, Nyaweza, Lutisheleka (remplacant son père Bera malade), Nasirambula Mwami Kasi du Kalima, Kioka. Ainsi que leurs notab] Kalehe le 9 aout 1934. Signed: L’Administrateur territorial R. E. Baude, Le Chef Bahole, Le chef de groupe Biglimani followed by fingerprints of Le chef de
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banya-Bongo. Rapport d’enquete [ms. note: par F. Corbisier, Administ. Territorial, 1933]. “Route Lwindi, les 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 février 1933. L’Administrateur Territorial des Banya Bongo, Corbisier.” 14 pages.
Historique des Bashi dits Banya-Bongo. Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banyabongo. 8 pages.
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banyabongo. Rapport d’enquete. No. du P.V. 54. Kabare, du 15 au 19 mai 1933. L’Administrateur territorial des Banya-Bongo, F. Corbisier. 4 pages.
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banya-Bongo. Rapport d’enquete. No. du P.V. 87. Kabare, Mai 1933. L’Administrateur Territorial des Banya-Bongo, F. Corbisier. 19 pages.
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banya-Bongo. Rapport d’enquete. Kabare, les 16, 17 et 18 Mai 1933. L’Administrateur Territorial des Banya-Bongo. 4 pages.
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banya-Bongo. Rapport d’enquete. No. du P.V. :88. Route Luhindja, du 30 Avril au 3 Mai 1933. L’Administrateur Territorial des Banya-Bongo Corbisier F. 3 pages.
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banya-Bongo. Rapport d’enquete. Route Kaziba, du 25 au 30 Avril 1933. L’Administrateur Territorial des Banya-Bongo Corbisier F. 4 pages.
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banya-Bongo. Rapport d’enquete. No. du P.V.: 90. “Route Janvier 1933 Kabare Mai 1933.” L’Administrateur Territorial, F. Corbisier. 3 pages.
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banya-Bongo. Rapport d’enquete. No. du P.V./54A. Kabare, le 20 Mai 1933 l’Administrateur Territorial des Banya-Bongo F. Corbisier. 2 pages.
Notes sur l’administration des indigenes du territoire du Shangugu (Ruanda). (par R. Bourgeois Administrateur Territorial, 1934). 83 pages.
L’Organisation Politique du Rwanda au début de l’Occupation Belge (1916). Notes rédigées par le R.P. Classe, des Pères Blancs, Mission de KABGAYI, à la demande de l’Administration Belge. 28 août, 1916. 11 pages.
Dossier Katihabwa. Folio no. 1. Généalogie. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesses et train de vie. Folio no. 6. Prestation au Roi. 5 pages.
Dossier Nyawakira. Folio 1. Généalogie. Folio no. 2. Notice. [Annexes au Folio No. 2: Décisions no. 153, 113, 53. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 10 pages.
Dossier Mahindagu. Folio 1. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesses et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestation au Roi. 6 pages.
Dossier Rugezo. Folio 1. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesses et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 6 pages.
Dossier Rugaya. Folio 1. Généalogie. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesses et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 6 pages.
Dossier Mihubi. Folio 1. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesses et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 6 pages.
Dossier Bitukwa. Folio 1. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencemnt [sic.] de 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestation au Roi. 6 pages.
Dossier Kiboyogo. Folio 1. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 6 pages.
Dossier Kiswaswa. Folio 1. Généalogie. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 7 pages.
Dossier Bagorikunda. Folio 1. Généalogie. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 11 pages.
Dossier Tuhabonye. Folio 1. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 7 pages.
Dossier Nzorubara. Folio 1. Généalogie. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 7 pages.
Dossier Ruhambasi. Folio 1. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement [in duplicate]. Folio no. 6. Prestation au Roi. 7 pages.
Dossier Bashinga. Folio 1. Généalogie. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 6 pages.
Dossier Dikumwami. Folio 1. Folio no. 2. Notice. Folio no. 3. Population d’après le recencement fait en 1929; Gros et petit bétail d’après le recencement fait en 1929. Folio no. 4. Richesse et train de vie. Folio no. 5. Importance du commandement. Folio no. 6. Prestations au Roi. 6 pages.
“Notice explicative de la carte des migrations des Babembe.” District du Kivu. Territoire des Babembe. Fizi, le 20 janvier 1934. D’Administration des Babembe. A. Willemart. 4 pages.
“Historique du Territoire des Babembe.” Territoire de KAMEMBEMEMBE. Communiqué par WILLEMART Administrateur Territorial. Mars 1935. 6 pages.
“Moeurs et Coutumes des Babembe.” Territoire de KAMEMBEMEMBE. Fizi. [January 26, 1933.] WILLEMART. 14 pages.
Les clans indigenes au Burundi. 2 pages.
Batutsi du Ruanda. Clan des Abanyeginya. 2 pages.
Tabous et totems. 2 pages.
Processus de Hamitisation des clans Bantous. 5 pages.
Introduction—Ethnographie et ethnologie. Abus des termes tribus, clan, famille (Goyu-Pages). Onomatique vraie—un seul objet par nom. 2 pages.
Caracteres ethnologiques de la region des Grands Lacs. 1 page.
Residence du Ruanda, territoire de Gabiro. Rapport de sortie de charge de M. R.M. Verhulst, Administrateur territoriale de deuxieme classe, Administrateur du territoire de Gabiro, 30 June 1932. 34 pages in all.
Territoire de Gabiro. Recapitulation du recensement du territoire, end of 1933. Verhulst, 3 January 1934. 8 pages.
Territoire de Gabiro. Rapport Annuel, 1933 (suite). 10 pages.
Territoire de Mulera. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire du Mulera, M. Wouters ([manque] la fiche biographique du Chef Gakuvovu). 19 pages.
Territoire de Biumba. Situation au 1 May 1934 communique par M. Stevens, Administrateur territoriale, 25 May 1934. 3 pages.
Territoire de Rubura [Rukira?]. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire de Rubura, M. Massart. 35 pages.
Territoire de Kigali. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire du Kigali, M. Sandrard. 86 pages.
Territoire de Kigali. Rapport Annuel politique, 1931. Schmidt. 8 pages.
Territoire de Kigali. Rapport Annuel, 1932. 2 pages.
Territoire de Kigali, provinces du Buliza et du Buganza. Extrait rapport annuel, 1932, 2 pages.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Buganza S-W. Extrait rapport annuel, 1932.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Bumbogo. Extrait rapport annuel, 1932. 2 pages.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Bwana-Tsyambwe. Extrait rapport annuel, 1932. 2 pages.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Rukaryi. Extrait rapport annuel, 1932.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Bugesera Est. Extrait rapport annuel, 1932.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Bugesera Sud. Extrait rapport annuel, 1932.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Bugesera OE. Extrait rapport annuel, 1932.
Territoire de Kigali, rapport annuel, 1933. Schmidt, 31 December, 1933. 17 pages.
Territoire de Kigali, rapport politique, organization politique, 1933. 31 December, 1933.
Territoire de Kigali, province Bwana-Tshyambwe. Rapport politique, organization politique, 1933.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Buliza. Rapport politique, organization politique, 1933.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Bumbogo. Rapport politique, organization politique, 1933.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Buganza. Rapport politique, organization politique, 1933.
Territoire de Kigali, province du Bugesera. Rapport politique, organization politique, 1933.
Territoire de Kigali, province de Kukarye [Rukaryi?]. Rapport politique, organization politique, 1933.
Territoire de Kamembe. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire de Kamembe. 24 pages.
Territoire de Nyanza. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire de Nyanza M. Lenaerts. 99 pages.
Territoire de Kisenyi. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire de Kisenyi, M. Philippart. 24 pages.
Territoire de Gatsibu. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire de Gatsibu, M. Stoffin. 27 pages.
Territoire d’Astrida. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire d’Astrida. Manque partie C, organization sociale et familiale—Regime de la propriete fonciere. 59 pages.
Territoire de Kabaya. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire de Kabaya, M. J. Decoster. 16 pages.
Territoire de Kitega, 1929. Annexe a la [?]. Question #2 to 56 1/100.000. 17 pages. Annexes B. Q. Question 5.
Organisation du pays au moment de la creation du territoire [du Kitega?]. 2 pages.
Question 14. 35 pages.
Residence de l’Urundi. Territoire de Rutana [Enquete] adm. gener. 1929. M. Devaux. 38 pages.
Territoire de Ruyigi. Annexe a la [?]. Van Mal, 14 December, 1929.
Territoire de Buyagoma. B. Organisation politique et politique indigene. Van Mal, 14 December, 1929.
Territoire de Ngozi. Enq. adm. generale, 1929, 24 pages.
Territoire de Rumonde, 1929. August d’Hondt, 1 November, 1929, 20 pages.
Annexe, question number 14. 3 pages.
Territoire de Muhinga. Enq. Adm. generale, 1929. 17 pages.
Territoire d’Usumbura, rapport sur la politique generale, 1929. 13 pages.
Fiche biographique du Chef Musaganya. 2 pages.
Fiche biographique du Chef Buhange. [Bukange?]
Fiche biographique du Chef Bigerameza.
Fiche biographique du Chef Bachione.
Fiche biographique du Chef Shinga.
Fiche biographique du Chef Rwasamanga.
Fiche biographique du Chef Matumba.
Fiche biographique du Chef Butegano.
Fiche biographique du Chef Ntahanyura. [Ntakanyura?]
Fiche biographique du Chef Ntahondeleye.
Fiche biographique du Chef Kadomo.
Fiche biographique du Chef Nyenama.
Fiche biographique du Chef Ntenderi.
Fiche biographique du Chef Tsutsuli.
Fiche biographique du Chef Ndunguhua [Ndunguhoa?]. [Ndunguka?].
Fiche biographique du Chef Nkundwanabake [Nkundwanababue?].
Enquete Administration Generale, territoire du Bururi, 1929. 15 pages.
Territoire du Bururi. Fiches biographiques des chefs. 15 pages.
Territoire du Muramvya, M. Moutarde, 13 November, 1929. 15 pages.
Tableau des prestations en nature pour le roi.
Tableau comparatif du recensement 1929 et des rentrees d’impot de l’annee 1928.
Tableau recapitulatif. Population du territoire, recensement, 1929.
Notes sur les titres et functions des members de la famille royale du Burundi. Extrait du rapport de M. P. Ryckmans. Premiere trimester [?] 1918.
Territoire du Shangugu. Lettre au sujet des chefs du territoire du Shangugu, adresse par M. R. Bourgeois to J. M. Derscheid, 6 December, 1933.
Lettre de J. M. Derscheid a M. Bourgeois (in response to # 66), Bruxelles, 6 March, 1934.
Territoire du Shangugu. Lettre de M. Bourgeois to J. M. Derscheid, 14 March, 1934.
J. M. Derscheid to M. Bourgeois, 8 May, 1934.
M. Bourgeois de J. M. Derscheid, suite a la letter de 14 April, 1934-7 May, 1934.
M. Bourgeois to J. M. Derscheid, 25 March, 1934.
J. M. Derscheid to Bourgeois, 5 March, 1934, questions concerning Busozo.
Bourgeois to J. M. Derscheid, 14 April, 1934.
Bourgeois to J. M. Derscheid, 22 May, 1934, hand written.
Bourgeois to J. M. Derscheid, 5 June, 1934.
Territoire du Lubengera. Rapport etabli en reponse au questionnaire adresse en 1929 par M. le Gouverneur de Ruanda-Urundi a l’Administrateur du territoire du Lubengera. 17 pages.
Generalites, 1884. Penetration Europeen.
Generalites, 1885. Penetration Europeen.
Generalites, 1887.
Generalites, 1888.
Generalites, 1889, hand written.
Expedition of Emin Pascha and Dr. Stuhlmann, 1890-1892.
Generalites, 1890.
Generalites, 1880. Buganda, penetration Europeen.
Generalites, 1880.
Generalites, 1892.
Generalites, Ruanda,1882.
Extrait de Dr. O. Baumann, "Durch Massailand zur Nilquelle," 1891-1893.
Manuscript. 6 pages.
Guerre de Rwabugiri contre l’Ankole (1891-92?). Notes originales J. M. Derscheid. (Interrogatoire du mututsi Kajambele, fils prétendu de Rutarindwa, probablement fils de Rubibi, mugaragu de Rutarindwa). Rutshuru, 25 mars 1931. Typescript. 3 pages.
Generalites 1895. Typescript. 3 pages.
1895. Vicariat Apostolique du Haut-Congo. Erection en Vicariat. Typescript. 1 page.
1895-1897. Provicariat Apostolique de l’Unyanyembe. Nouvelle délimitation. Typescript. 1 page.
1895. Vicariat Apostolique du Victoria-Nyanza Meridional. Typescript. 1 page.
1895. Vicariat Apostolique du Tanganyika. Nouvelle délimitation. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda (Nov.) 1895. Avènement de Mibambwe IV (Rutarindwa). Typescript. 2 pages.
Ruanda 1895. Conseil des Princes à Kiyanja. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1895. Meutre et partage des biens du chef Bayibayi. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1895 ou 1896. Meutre et partage des biens du chef Mugugu. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1896. Voyage du roi dans le Nord et transfert de la capitale à Nyamagana. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1895. La grande épidémie de “Urulenge” (Tuberculose?) Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1896. Notables tués au cours du combat de Rutshuntshu. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1896. Etablissement du poste congolais d’Ishangi (Impara). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1896. Attaque du poste d’Ishangi par les Banya-ruanda (juillet 1896). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1896. Partage des domains du chef Bisangwa; Meurtre du chef Sehene. Typescript. 2 pages.
Ruanda 1896. Partage des biens des chefs Abanyeginya tués a Rutshuntshu. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1896. Mort de Musomandera et du Rangira. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1896. Epidémie de variole (ubushita). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1897-1898. Capture et évasion du Muselekande (Nyiragahumleza) Typescript with ms. emendation. 2 pages.
Ruanda 1897. Exécution et partage des biens du chef Baryinyonza. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1897. Fuite de Muselekande et de Bilegeza. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1897. Visite de Ramsay au Ruanda. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1897. Invasion de Santerelles dite Uruyaga. Typescript. 1 page.
Generalites 1897. Fondation de la Mission catholique de Katoke. Typescript. 2 pages.
Ruanda 1897. Expédition de Ramsay. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1900. Arrivée des Pères Blancs au Ruanda. Typescript. 3 pages.
Ruanda 1900. Etablissement de la capitale à Nyanza. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1900. Disgrâce du Chef Kanyangemwe. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1916. Modifications dans les commandements politiques. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1916-1917. Grande famine au Bugoyi. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1916. Punition du grand chef Rwidegembya. Manuscript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1917. La grande famine dite “Urumanura.” Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1918. Modifications dans les commandements politiques. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1919. Principaux progrès réalisés par l’Administration Belge. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1919. Fondation de la Mission de Rwamagana (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 1 page.
Prefecture Apostolique du Lac Albert. Typescript. 1 page.
Vicariat Apostolique de l’Uganda. Cession de territoire. Typescript. 1 page.
Generalites 1922. Division du Vicariat du Kivu (1er du nom); création des Vicariats du Ruanda et de l’Urundi. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1922-1923. Occupation Britannique du Gisaka. Typescript. 1 page.
Vicariat Apostolique du Victoria-Nyanza. Accroissement de territoire. Typescript. 1 page.
Vicariat Apostolique de l’Unyanyembe. Nouvelle cessation de territoire. Typescript. 1 page.
Vicariat Apostolique du Victoria-Nyanza Septrional. Le Vicariat change de nom. Typescript. 1 page.
Vicariat Apostolique du Victoria-Nyanza Meridional. Changement de nom. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1923-1924. Le chef Kayondo reçoit de nouvelles terres. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1924. Modifications dans les commandements politiques. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1924. Modifications dans les commandements politiques. Typescript. 1 page.
1925. Vicariat Apostolique de l’Unyanyembe. Changement de nom…l’Unyanyembe prend le nom de Tabora. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1925. Fondation de la Mission de Muramba (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1926. Modifications dans les commandements politiques. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1926. Modifications dans les commandements politiques. Typescript. 1 page.
1926. Vicariat Apostolique de Tabora. Reprise de territoire. Typescript. 1 page.
1926. Vicariat Apostolique de Tanganyika. Accroissement au Nord-Ouest. Typescript. 1 page.
1926. Vicariat Apostolique de Victoria-Nyanza. Nouvel accroissement de territoire. Typescript. 1 page.
1922-1926-1929. Vicariat Apostolique de l’Urundi. Erection; Limites; Cession de territoire; Nouvelle cession de territoire.. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1927. Le chef Kanuma renvoyé de la capitale. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1928. Modifications dans les commandements politiques. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1928. Fondation de la Mission de Butale (Astrida); Fondation de la Mission de Nyamasheke (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 1 page.
1929. Vicariat Apostolique de Tabora. Modifications de limites. Typescript. 1 page.
1929. Vicariat Apostolique de Bukoba. Typescript. 1 page.
1929. Vicariat Apostolique de Mwanza. Typescript. 1 page.
1929. Vicariat Apostolique de Victoria-Nyanza. Division en deux Vicariats. Typescript. 1 page.
1929. Vicariat Apostolique de Haut-Congo. Démembrement par Lettres apostoliques du 26 decembre 1929. Typescript. 1 page.
1929. Vicariat Apostolique du Kivu (deuxième du nom). Décret d’érection; Limites. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1930. Mort des grandes chefs Rwidegembya et Bushako; démembrement de la province du Bugoyi. Typescript. 2 pages.
Ruanda 1930. Fondation de la Mission de Kiziguru (Pères Blancs); Fondation de la Mission Protestante de Gasaka (Bufundu). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1931. Création du territoire administrative de Byumba. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1931. Modifications dans les commandements de Provinces Bwishaza et Kanage. Typescript. 1 page.
Generalites 1830. Quelques Arabes de Zanzibar vont s’établir dans l’intérieur de l’Est Africain. Typescript. 1 page.
1890. [Draft historical map]. fin janvier foundation, 3 avril adandon de N.D. de Bon Secours [?] à Sese; mi mars foundation de N.D. de l’Esperance (Bisoga). Reste a placer N. D. [Notre Dame] des Exilés.
1891. [Draft historical map]. 31 III Fond. de N.D. Aux [?] Bushuombo [?] Manahill [?]. [Apparently historical notes for drawing the following map].
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1891. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934. [Incomplete draft map with printed but incomplete legend box: Légende: Missions Catholiques; Missions Protestantantes (sic); Sièges d’Evéché, Vicariat, etc.; Centres commerciaux Européens; Postes Soudanais dépendant du Gouvernment Egyptien; Stations Arabes dépendant du Sultanat de Zanzibar. Echelle 1:2,000,000e. Note that none of
1892. [Draft historical map]. La mission de Rubaga est abandonée du 24 janvier au 23 mars; 28.I La mission de Bususugi [?] est abandonee, et [?] en X à Bugoma (Sese); 15 mai Transfert de Kasozi à Villa-Maria de la Mission de l’Immaculé Conception; 16/II Fond. de N.D. des 7 douleurs; fin mai fond de N.D. de l’Equateur à Kasoyi en face de Sese; fin mars fond. de N.D. des Victoires (Bakira) [?].
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1892. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934.
1893. [Draft historical map, with notes].
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1893. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934.
1894. [Draft historical map]. 13.V Fondation de N.D. de la Garde au Bunyoro (à placer).
1894. Expedition V. Gotzen. Depart de Pangani [?] en Janvier 1894. 23.III Mission de Masiahilf [?]; [Legend: Etats Basumbwa… Etats Basumbwa tributaries de Nkonza…].
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1894. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934.
1895. [Draft historical map]. Transfert de petit seminaire de Rubaga de Kisubi (Busiro) 8.XII.1895. Fondation de N.D. de la Paix (Koki); fondation de N.D. de N[?] (Toro); fondation de N.D. de l’Esperence… [?].
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1895. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934.
1896. [Draft historical map, with notes].
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1896. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934.
[Draft historical map]. 12.XI Fondation de N.D. de Lourdes (Usuwi Orientale) (Katoke); à placer: N.D. de la Garde (Busigoro) [Bunyoro?]. 1897.
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1897. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934.
[Draft historical map]. Abandon de la M. St. Antoine de l’Uzizi (Usumbura); Abandon de la M. de Misugi, de Mugera. à placer: N.D. de la Garde Bunyoro. 1898.
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1898. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934.
[Draft historical map]. à placer: N.D. de la Garde Bunyoro (Heima?), St. Joseph (Ndela). 1899.
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1899. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934.
1900. [Draft historical map].
Les Missions en 1930.
[Untitled hand drawn map without political divisions of others in this series up to items 108 and 109. Includes areas for Vicariat du Ruanda (Pères Blancs) and Vicariat de l’Urundi (1922-30)].
1930. [Legend depicts 10 labeled Vicariats linked to map regions].
Carte de la région des Grands Lacs Africains indiquant les Missions Religieuses et les Centres d’Influence Musulmane en 1930. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, Dr Sc. 1934.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Bisizi. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896. Situation Politique de 1896 à 1929 (d’après R. P. Pages, "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique." 1933.). 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Boneza. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Bugasha. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Buhoko. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Buhonongo. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Bulele. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Bunyari. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Busanamana. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Bushagi. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Busheke. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Busoro. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Byahi. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Byiniro. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gahonde. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gasasa. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gasayo. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gashashi. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gashasho. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; de 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gatobo. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gatovu. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Colline Gihinga (Bugoyi). Schmidt, 3 March 1934.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gihumba. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gikombe. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Colline Gishwati (Bugoyi). Schmidt, 3 March 1934.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Gisa. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kabele. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kabirizi. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kabuga. Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kabuga. (Gahondo). Situation Politique de 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kagano. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kanama. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kanembwe. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kanombe. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kanyamasiga. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Karambo. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Colline Karanga (Bugoyi). Schmidt, 3 March 1934.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kayanza. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kayove. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kibirago. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Colline Kigarama (Bugoyi). Schmidt, 3 March 1934.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kigarama. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kinigi. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kinyanzovu. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kiraga. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Kirodji. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Colline Kivumu (Tshabayundju) (Bugoyi). Schmidt, 3 March 1934.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Marabuyi (région Kanage). Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Muhanda. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages, n.p. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Muhato. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Muhingo. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Muhwehwe ou Busogo. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Mukingo. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Munanira. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Muti. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Mwufe. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1880 à 1896 [intended as “1896 à 1929”?]. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Ngabo. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nganza. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Ngiryi. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Ngoma. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nguri. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nkama. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nkora. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nombe. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nyabishongo. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nyabutwa. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nyakiriba. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nyamiko. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nyamwenda. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Colline Nyamyumba (Bugoyi). Schmidt, 3 March 1934.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nyamyumba. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Nyundo. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rambura. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rubari. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rubavu. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rugamba. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rugerero. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Ruhangiro. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rukengeri. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rukingo. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rumbati. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Runande. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Colline Rungandji (Bugoyi). Schmidt, 3 March 1934.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rusongati. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Ruvumbu. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages, . 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Ruzibira. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rwaza. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Rweleri. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Colline Shonyi (Bugoyi). Schmidt, 3 March 1934.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Shonyi. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Syiki. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Province du Bugoyi, Colline Tshanzarwe. Situation Politique 1880 à 1896; 1896 à 1929. D’après R. P. Pages. 1 p.
Carte de la Province du Bumbogo indiquant son statut politique en 1928. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid DrSc d’après la carte au 1:100,000e du Ministère des Colonies et les indications de Monsieur R. Schmidt.
Carte de la Province du Bumbogo indiquant son statut politique en 1929. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid DrSc d’après la carte au 1:100,000e du Ministère des Colonies et les indications de Monsieur R. Schmidt.
Carte de la Province du Bumbogo indiquant son statut politique en 1930. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid DrSc d’après la carte au 1:100,000e du Ministère des Colonies et les indications de Monsieur R. Schmidt.
E.I. 1450. Kitara (Bunyoro) Chefs de provinces.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1450. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, DrSc. 1940.
E.I. 1470 Kitara (Bunyoro) Chefs de provinces. Princes règnant vers 1470 au Kitara: [?] ; au Buganda: [?].
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1470. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, DrSc. 1939.
E.I. 1490 Kitara (Bunyoro) Princes règnant vers 1490 au Kitara: [?] ; au Buganda: [?].
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1490. Dressée par J. M. Derscheid, DrSc. 1939.
E.I. 1500 Kitara (Bunyoro) Chefs de provinces.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes vers 1500. 1934.
E.I. 1510 Kitara (Bunyoro).
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1510. 1940.
E.I. 1520 Kitara (Bunyoro).
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigenes en 1520. 1940.
E.I. 1530. Au Kitara (Bunyoro) et au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1530. 1940.
E.I. 1540.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1540. 1940.
Gener. Invasions première partie XVIe (1500-1550).
Map [appears to represent “invasions 1500-1550."]
E.I. 1550. Kitara, Nkole, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes vers 1550. 1934.
E.I. 1560. Kitara, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1560. 1940.
E.I. 1570. Kitara, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1570. 1940.
E.I. 1580. Princes règnant vers 1580-1590 au Kitara, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1580. 1940.
E.I. 1590. Kitara, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1590. 1940.
E.I. 1600. Kitara, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes vers 1600. 1934.
E.I. 1610. Kitara, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1610. 1940.
E.I. 1620. Kitara, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1620. 1940.
E.I. 1630. Kitara, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1630. 1940.
E.I. 1640. Kitara, Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1___. n.d.
E.I. 1650. Princes règnant de 1650 à 1660 au Kitara; au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes vers 1650. 1934.
E.I. 1660.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1660. 1940.
E.I. 1670.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1670. n.d.
E.I. 1680.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1[] [1680?]. n.d.
E.I. 1690…au Kitara; au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1[]. [1690?]. n.d.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes vers 1700. 1934.
E.I. en 1700…au Kitara; au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1700. n.d.
E.I. 1710…au Kitara; au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1710. n.d.
E.I. 1720…au Kitara; au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1720. n.d.
E.I. 1730. Princes regnant entre 1730 et 1740 environ…au Kitara; au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1730. n.d.
E.I. 1740…au Kitara; au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1740. n.d.
E.I. 1750…au Kitara; au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1750. n.d.
E.I. 1760…au Kitara; au Buganda.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en [1760?]. n.d.
E.I. 1770.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en [1770?]. n.d.
E.I. 1780.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1[]. n.d.
E.I. 1790.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en [1790]. n.d.
E.I. 1800.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1800. 1934.
E.I. 1810.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1810. 1934.
E.I. 1820.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1820. 1934.
E.I. 1830.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1830. 1934.
E.I. 1840.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1840. 1934.
E.I. 1850.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1850. 1934.
E.I. 1860.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1860. 1934.
E.I. 1870.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1870. 1934.
E.I. 1880.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1880. 1934.
Fr. Pol. 1885.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1885. 1934.
Fr. Pol. 1890.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1890. 1934.
E.I. 1890.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1890. 1934.
E.I. 1900.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1900. 1934.
E.I. 1910.
Carte de la région des grands lacs Africains indiquant les limites politiques des états indigènes en 1910. 1934.
Repartition actuelle des population non-Bantoues dans la région des grands lacs (Hamites exceptés). J.M. Derscheid. 1941.
“Les Bashi (dits aussi les Banya-Bongo) et leurs voisins.” Notes de Mr. A. Moeller, communiquée le 28 Fevrier 1934. Typescript. 10 pages.
“Les clans au pays des Bashi (Bunyabungu) par le R. P. Colle, des Missions d’Afrique. Extrait de la revue "Congo." Vol. III (1922), Tome I. Typescript. 12 pages.
Province Orientale, Territoire des Banyabongo. District du Kivu. Rapport d’enquête no. du P.V. 54. F. Corbisier. Kabare, du 15 au 19 mai, 1933. Typescript. 4 pages.
Province Orientale, Territoire des Banya-Bongo. District du Kivu. Rapport d’enquête no. du P.V. 54A. F. Corbisier, 20 May 1933. Typescript. 2 pages.
Province Orientale, Territoire des Banya-Bongo. District du Kivu. Rapport d’enquête par Fr. Corbisier, Admin. Territorial, 1933. Typescript. 14 pages.
Province Costermansville, District du Kivu, Territoire des Bahunde Wanyanga. Enquete sur le droit coutumier chez les Wanyanga. L’Administrateur Adjoint T’Kint de Roodenbeke C. Typescript. 21 pages.
Notes concernant l’etude de Mr. Fr. Corbisier Administrateur territorial sur l’histoire et coutumes des Bashi. Bruxelles, 5 April 1934. Typescript. 15 pages.
Essai sur les codifications des coutumes des Bashi. Par F. Corbisier, Administrateur territorial des Banya-Bongo. Typescript. 15 pp.
Province Orientale, Territoire des Banya-Bongo. District du Kivu. Rapport d’enquete no. du P.V. 87. L’Administrateur territorial des Banya-Bongo F. Corbisier. Kabare, May 1933. Typescript. 19 pages.
Les Bashi (dits aussi Banya-Bongo) et leurs voisins. Notes de Mr. A. Moeller communiquées en fevrier 1934. 10 pages.
Province orientale, territoire des Banya-Bongo. District du Kivu. Fr. Corbisier, 1933. Typescript. 8 pages.
Notes sur l’histoire des Bashi (Banyabungu), par le R. P. Colle, des Missions d’Afrique. Extrait de la revue "Congo." Vol. II (1921), Tome I. Typescript. 13 pages.
“Les clans au pays des Bashi (Bunyabungu) par le R. P. Colle, des Missions d’Afrique. Extrait de la revue "Congo." Vol. III (1922), Tome I. Typescript. 12 pages.
Province orientale, territoire des Banya-Bongo. District du Kivu. Rapport d’enquete, no. du P.V.: 90. Route janvier 1933. Kabare mai 1933. l’Administrateur Territorial, F. Corbisier. Typescript. 3 pages.
Clans indigenes du Karima, origine des populations. D’après A. Braun. January, 1935. Typescript. 2 pages.
Territoire des Bahavu. Province du Karima. Clan des Abarisha (Balisha). Notes d’après A. Braun. Janvier 1935. Typescript. 1 p.
Territoire des Bahavu. Province du Karima. Clan des Ababuruku (Babuloko). Notes d’après A. Braun. January 1935. Typescript. 1 p.
Territoire des Bahavu. Province du Karima. Clan des Abakara (Bakala). Notes d’après A. Braun. January 1935. Typescript. 1 p.
Territoire des Bahavu. Province du Karima. Clan des Abakonjo. Notes d’après A. Braun. January 1935. Typescript. 1 p.
Territoire des Bahavu. Province du Karima. Clan des Abaroho (Baloho). Notes d’après A. Braun. January 1935. Typescript. 1 p.
Tableau généalogique des Abasibura du sous-clan Ababutetu. Typescript. 1 p.
Tableau généalogique des Abakara du Karima. Typescript. 1 p.
Bahavu. Province du Karima (Kalima des documents administratifs). Notes A. Braun, January 1935. Typescript. 2 pages.
Les Bahavu. Notes communiquées par M. A. Moeller. March 1934. Typescript. 4 pages.
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banya Bongo. Rapport d’enquete no. du P.V.: 88. Route Luhindja, du 30 avril au 3 mai 1933. L’administrateur Territorial des Banya-Bongo Corbisier, F. Typescript. 3 pages.
Congo Belge. District du Kibali Ituri, Territoire de la Lubero, le 5.1.1929 [January 5, 1929]. Etude ethnographique. Le commissaire de District Adjont S/Absil. Pour copie conforme L’Administrateur Territorial des Wanade Nord. Typescript. 19 pages.
Province Orientale. District du Kivu. Territoire des Banya-Bongo. Kabare, les 16, 17, et 18 mai, 1933. L’Administrateur Territorial des Banya-Bongo, F. Corbisier. Typescript. 4 pages.
Notes sur l’Histoire récente de la province du Ndorwa (Oriental). Renseignements recueillis le 29 novembre 1932 au près de M. Verhulst (Administrateur territorial a Gabiro, 1930-1932). Typescript. 2 pages.
Notes sur la situation politique de la Province du Ndorwa Oriental au 30 juin 1932. Extrait du Rapport de sortie du charge de M. Verhulst Administrateur territorial. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Ndorwa Oriental. Situation politique au 31 décembre 1932. Extrait du Rapport Politique 1932. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Ndorwa Oriental. Situation politique au 31 décembre 1933. Extrait du Rapport Politique 1933. Typescript. 1 page.
Extrait du Rapport Annual Politique 1933 du Territoire de Gabiro. Province du Ndorwa. Chefferie Gahitsi (Ndorwa Oriental). Recensement 1933. Batutsi, Bahutu. Typescript. 1 page.
Notes concernant l’origine du roi Mwambutsa et la mort du roi Mutaga (1915). D’après un rapport de M. L. De Lannoy. Substitut de l’auditeur militaire. Kitega. 18.II.1918. [February 18, 1918?]. Texte remanié et résumé, J-M.D. Typescript. 2 pages.
Statut politique de la province Ndara en 1929 d’après l’Enquête Gén. Adm. 1929. Typescript. 1 page.
Notes sur l’Histoire de la Province du Ndara pendant le regne de Yuhi IV Musinga. Renseignements fournis le 18-2-1933 par M. F. Thielemans, ancien Administrateur territorial, à Mr J. M. D[erscheid]. Typescript. 1 page.
Territoires du Ruanda-Urundi. Résidence de Ruanda. Territoire d’Astrida. Liste des collines avec indication des chefs et sous-chefs commandant celles-ci de 1929 à 1933 inclus. Annexe à la letter de M. Servranckx, 10 December 1933. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Nvejuru: Chef Semutwa [Senutwa?]. [Liste des collines…1929-1933]. Mr A. Servrancxs. 10 December 1933. Typescript. 1 page.
Notes sur l’Histoire de la Province du Mvejuru sous le regne de Yuhi IV. Musinga. Renseignements fournis le 18-2-1933 par M. F. Thielemans, ancien Administrateur territorial, à Mr J.M.D. Typescript. 2 pages.
Situation politique de la Province Mvedjuru en 1929 d’après l’Enq. Gén. Adm. 1929. Typescript. 1 page.
Occupation Britanique du Gisaka, Ruanda 1922-1923. Typescript. 1 page.
Notes sur la Province du Bwana-Tshyambwe sous le règne de Yuhi IV, Musinga d’après renseignements originaux donnés en XII.1932 [December 1932] par M. R. Schmidt, Administrateur territorial. Typescript. 7 pages.
Notes sur la province du Bwana-Tshyambwe sous le règne de Yuhi IV. Musinga d’après renseignements originaux donnés en XII.1932 par Mr R. Schmidt, Administrateur territorial. Typescript. 7 pages.
Province du Bwana-Tshyambwe sous les règnes de Kigeri IV. Rwabugiri et de Yuhi IV. Musinga. (Notes O. Coubeau 1924.) Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Bwana-Tshyambwe.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Bwana-Tshyambwe. Chef de Province: Basomingera. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Partie du Bwana-Tshyambwe et du Rukaryi. Chef: Rwanyabugigira. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Extrait du Rapport annuel politique de 1931. Province du Bwana-Tshyambwe. Chef: Basomingera. Typescript. 2 pages.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1932. Province du Bwana-Tshyambwe. Chef: Basomingera. Typescript. 2 pages.
Questions concernant la province du Bwana-Tshyambwe (situation politique au 31 décembre, 1933). Mr. R. Schmidt, Kigali. 22 mars, 1934. Reçu le 9.XI.1934 au annexe a la letter du 24.X.1934.
Province du Bwanatshyambwe. Situation 1929. Typescript with manuscript notes and editing. 2 pages.
Situation au 31.XII.1929 d’après Schmidt, janvier 1933.
Notes sur les droits des Abashyete dans le Buriza et le Busigi d’après Schmidt. December 1932.
Province du Busigi (Rukiga-Rwa-Biyumba), Busigi proprement dit Colline Tumba. Renseignements originaux R. Schmidt, Bruxelles XII.1932 [December 1932]. Typescript with manuscript notes and editing. 1 page.
Province du Busigi (Rukiga-Rwa-Biyumba), Massif du Kayenzi. Renseignements originaux par R. Schmidt, Bruxelles XII.1932 [December 1932]. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Rukiga (Busigi). Chef de Province: Rwigemera. Extrait du Rapport annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Région détachée en 1931 de la Province du Buriza, pour devenir partie du territoire de Biyumba (Province du Busigi, dénommée officiellement Rukiga, et gérée par Rwigemera). Renseignements fournis par Mr Schmidt, Administrateur territorial, 16 décembre 1932. Typescript. 1 page.
Territoire du Kabaya (Bushiru). Notes extraites des rapports annuels de l’ Administrateur territorial. Rapport 1924. Typescript. 2 pages.
Ruanda. Notes sur l’histoire de la Province du Bushiru d’après Enquete Générale 1929. Kabeya. Typescript. 1 page.
Territoire de Kabaya (Bushiru). Notes extraites des Rapports Annuels de l’Administrateur territorial. Rapport 1921. Typescript. 1 page.
Territoire de Kabaya (Bushiru). Notes extraites des Rapports Annuels de l’Administrateur territorial. Rapport 1925 (Bushiru). Typescript. 2 pages.
Territoire de Kabaya (Bushiru). Notes extraites des Rapports Annuels de l’Administrateur territorial. Rapport 1923. Typescript. 2 pages.
Territoire de Kabaya (Bushiru). Notes extraites des Rapports Annuels de l’Administrateur territorial. Rapport 1927 (Bushiru). Typescript. 1 page.
Territoire de Kabaya (Bushiru). Notes extraites des Rapports Annuels de l’Administrateur territorial. Rapport 1929 (Bushiru). Typescript. 1 page.
Territoire de Kabaya (Bushiru). Notes extraites des Rapports Annuels de l’Administrateur territorial. Rapport 1930 (Bushiru). Typescript. 2 pages.
Province du Buriza. (Schmidt XI 1932). 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Provinces du Buliza et du Buganza S.W. Chef: Lwubusisi. Extrait du Rapport Annuel de 1932. Typescript. 2 pages.
Note sur les droits des Abashyete dans le Buriza et le Busigi (d’après Schmidt XII.1932) [December 1932]. Typescript. 1 page.
Differend vers 1924-1925 entre les chefs Kayondo, des Abega, et Sake, des Abanyeginya, au sujet des collines Shorongi (Bumbogo actuel), Binaga, Nyabuko et Gihogwe (Buriza). Notes d’après R. P. Martin, de Rurindo, in litt. 15.VIII.1924 [August 15, 1924]. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Buriza (actuelle). Situation au 31.XII.1929. Renseignements reportés sur Fiches Biogr., Fiches Collines. Communiqué par Mr R. Schmidt, A.T. 1933. Typescript with ms. editing. 2 pages.
Province du Buriza. Situation fin d’annee. Reçu le 9.X.1933. Typescript. 2 pages.
Questions concernant la province du Buriza situation politique au 31 Décembre, 1933. M. R. Schmidt, Kigali 22 mars, 1934. reçu le 9.XI.1934 en annexe à lettre du 27.X.34. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Buliza et Buganza S.W. Chef des deux provinces: Lwubusisi. Extrait du Rapport Annuel de 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Provinces du Buliza et du Buganza S.W. Chef: Rwubusisi. Extrait du Rapport Annuel Politique de 1931 du Territoire de Kigali. Résidence du Ruanda. Typescript. 2 pages.
Notes sur le statut politique de la Province du Buganza (section Nord) (dépendent du Territoire de Gabiro) en 1931-1932. D’après renseignements fournis en janvier 1933 par M.R. Verhulst, Administrateur territoriale à Gabiro. Typescript. 5 pages.
Province du Buganza S.E. Statut au 31.XII.1932. (Extrait du Rapp. Polit. 1932). Typescript with ms. editing. 1 page.
Province du Buganza Sud-Est. Statut au 31 decembre, 1932. Extrait du Rapport Politique 1932 du Territoire de Kibungu. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Buganza Sud-Est. Statut au 31 décembre 1933. Renseignements Sandrart, Mai, 1934. Typescript. 1 page.
Territoire de Gabiro. Rapport annuel 1933 (suite). Province du Buganza Nord. Chefferie Kaliba. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Buganza Nord. Situation Politique au 31 décembre 1932. Extrait du Rapport Politique, 1932. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Buganza Nord. Situation Politique au 31 décembre 1933. Extrait du rapport politique 1933. Typescript. 1 page.
Partie Sud-Ouest de la Province du Buganza (territoire administrative de Kigari). Renseignements fournis par M. Schmidt, Administrateur territorial, le 22 décembre 1932. Typescript. 3 pages.
Provinces du Buriza et du Buganza S.W. Chef: Rwubusisi. Extrait du Rapport Annuel Politique de 1931 du Territoire de Kigali, Résidence de Ruanda. Typescript. 2 pages.
Buganza Sud-Ouest. Chef de Province: Rwubusisi. Extrait du Rapport Annuel de 1930. Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Buganza S-W. Extrait du Rapport Annuel, 1932. Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Buganza. Chefferie Gashikazi (Buganza Nord). Recensement, fin 1933. Extrait du Rapport Politique, 1933 du Territoire de Gabiro. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Buganza, Chefferie Kalisa. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Buganza, Chefferie Rustinga. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Province du Buganza S.W. 1930-1931. Typescript. 1 page.
Buganza S.W. Situation au 31.XII [December].1929. Renseignements fournis par Mr R. Schmidt, Kigali 7.VIII [August].1933. Typescript. 1 page.
Questions concernant la province du Buganza S.W. (situation politique au 31 décembre 1933). Mr. R. Schmidt, Kigali 22 mars, 1934 (réçu le 9.XI.1934 en annexe à lettre de 27.X.). 1 page.
Province du Biru (Kinyaga occidental). Notes prises en 1927-28 sur place et auprès de l’Administr. Territorial M. Tielemans. J. M. D[erscheid] 1928. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Biru (Partie Nord; Partie Sud). Situation fin de 1931. Chef: Biniga. Annexe au Rapport Politique Annuel de 1931. Mr. Dryvers, 8.I [January].1932. 1 page.
Histoire des Provinces de l’Impara et du Biru (Kinyaga) sous le règne de Kigeri III. Ndabarasa. D’après des notes du R. P. Delmas 1929. 1 page.
Histoire de la Province du Biru sous le règne de Mibambwe III. Sentabyo. D’après des notes du R. P. Delmas 1929. 1 page.
Histoire de la Province du Biru sous le règne de Yuhi III. Gahindiro. D’après des notes du R. P. Delmas 1929. 1 page.
Histoire de la Province du Biru sous le règne de Mutara II. Rwogera. D’après les notes du R. P. Delmas 1929. 1 page.
Notes sur l’Histoire de la Province du Biru sous le règne de Kigeri IV. Rwabugiri. D’après des notes du R. P. Delmas 1929. 1 page.
Notes sur l’histoire de la Province du Biru sous le règne de Mibambwe IV. Rutarindwa. D’après les notes du R. P. Delmas 1929. 1 page.
Notes sur l’histoire de la Province du Biru sous le règne de Yuhi IV. Musinga. D’après des notes du R. P. Delmas 1929. 1 page.
Statut Politique de la Province Buhanga en 1929 d’après l’Enquête Gén. Adm. 1929.
Notes sur l’histoire de la Province du Buhanga (Buhanga de l’Akanyaru) sous le règne de Yuhi ? IV. Musinga. Renseignements fournis le 18-2-1933 par M.F. Thielemans, ancient Administrateur territoriale, à Mr J. M. D[erscheid] 18 February 1933. 1 page.
Province du Buhanga. Statut Politique de la Province du Buhanga au 31 December 1932. Annexe a la letter de M. Servranckx, 10 December 1933. 1 page.
Province du Mayaga. Enq. Adm. 1929.
Province du Mayaga. (Lenaerts Enq. Adm. 1929). 1 page.
Notes sur l’histoire du Mayaga sous le règne de Yuhi IV. Musinga d’après renseignements recueillis par Mr O. Coubeau, novembre 1924. Typescript. 1 page.
Notes sur l’histoire du Marangara sous le regne de Yuhi IV. Musinga d’après renseignements recueillis par Mr O. Coubeau, novembre 1924. Typescript. 1 page.
“XIV. Principauté de Marangara.” Extrait de R. P. Pages "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique." 1933. 1 page.
“IX. Principauté de Muhanga-Nyabitari.” Extrait de R. P. Pages "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique." 1933. 1 page.
Province du Marangara. Situation politique et recensement au 31.XII [December].1929. Chef: Rudahigwa. Etabli par Mr. Lenaerts Adm. Terr. Typescript. 2 pages.
Histoire de la Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Kigeri IV. Rwabugiri. D’après des notes du RP. Delmas 1929. Typescript. 1 page.
Histoire de la Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Mibambwe IV. Rutarindwa.
Histoire de la Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Yuhi IV. Musinga. D’après des notes du R. P. Delmas. 1929.
Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Yuhi IV. Musinga. “Statut en 1924, d’après Coubeau.”
Notes sur les faits et gestes de Rwabugiri au Kinyaga, d’après Birasenyeri témoin occulaire et compagnon assidu du roi guerrier par le RP. Delmas des Pères Blancs, Nyamasheke, 1 novembre 1929. Typescript. 3 pages.
Province de l’Impara (Kinyaga proprement dit). Renseignements pris sur place en 1927 ou fournis en 1928 par l’Admin. Territorial, Mr. Tielemans [à J. M. Derscheid?]. Typescript. 1 page.
Province de l’Impara. Renseignements fournis par lettre du 16 Mars 1933 à Mr. Derscheid par Mr. R. Bourgeois, Admin. Terr., à Kamembe. Typescript. 1 page.
Organisation Politique au 31 décembre, 1933. Province de l’Impara. Chef: Rwagataraka (voir ci dessous). Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1933. Typescript with manuscript emendations. 2 pages.
Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Yuhi IV. Musinga. Statut en 1924 d’après O. Coubeau. Typescript. 1 page.
Histoire des Provinces de l’Impara et du Biru (Kinyaga) sous le regne de Kigeri III. Ndabarasa. D’après des notes du RP. Delmas. 1929. Typescript. 1 page.
Histoire de la Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Mibambwe III. Sentabyo. D’après des notes du RP. Delmas, 1929. Typescript. 1 page.
Histoire de la Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Yuhi III. Gahindiro. D’après des Notes du RP. Delmas, 1929. Typescript. 1 page.
Histoire de la Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Mutara II. Rwogera. D’après des Notes du RP. Delmas. 1929. Typescript. 1 page.
Histoire de la Province de l’Impara sous le regne de Yuhi IV. Musinga. D’après des Notes du RP. Delmas. 1929. Typescript. 1 page.
“Kibogoro. Swahili. Ancien [?] origine Nsumbura à débordé à Nyanza…” 1 page.
Province du Milenge, 1850-1930. 1 page.
Liste des chefs de province Banyaruanda du Milenge depuis la conquète du Gisaka jusqu’à nos jours d’après R. P. Pages 1933.
“III. Le Gisaka.” Extrait de R P. Pages. "Un Royaume Hamite… ?" 1933. 1 page.
“Résumé de l’Histoire du Gisaka.” R. P. Pages. "Un Royaume Hamite… ?" 1933. 9 pages.
Ruanda. Notes sur l’Histoire de la Province du Tshingogo. Typescript. 1 page.
“XI. Principauté du Kingogo.” Extrait de R. P. Pages. "Un Royaume Hamite au Centre de l’Afrique?" 1933. 1 page.
Province du Tshingogo (territoire de Kabaya). Parmentier, March 1934. Typescript. 1 page.
Questions concernant la province du Rukaryi (Situation politique au 31 décembre 1933). Réponses reçues le 9.XI.1934 en annexe à la lettre de 27.X.1934. M. R. Schmidt, Kigali. 22 mars, 1934. 1 page.
Notes sur la Province du Rukaryi sous le regne de Yuhi IV. Musinga. D’après renseignements originaux données en XII.1932 par Mr R. Schmidt, Administrateur Territoriale. Typescript. 2 pages.
Notes sur la Province du Rukaryi sous le regne de Yuhi IV. Musinga. D’après renseignements originaux données en XII.1932 par Mr R. Schmidt, Administrateur Territoriale. Typescript. 2 pages.
Province du Rukaryi. Chef: Munyeragwe. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1932. Province [sic] de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Rukaryi. Chef: Munyeragwe. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1931. Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Rukaryi. Chef de Province: (pas encore désigné). Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Partie du Bwana-Tshyambwe et du Rukaryi. Chef: Rwanyabugigira. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Rukaryi. Communiqué par M. R. Schmidt, Kigali 14.VIII.1933 [August 14, 1933]. Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Rukaryi. Situation 31.XII.1929. Renseignements envoyé de Kigali le 7.VIII.1933 par M. R. Schmidt. Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 2 pages.
Province du Rukaryi. Réponse à la lettre no. 33.08.31. Renseignements envoyés le 3.IX.1933 de Kigali par Mr R. Schmidt, A. Terr. Typescript. 1 page.
Notes sur la Province du Rukaryi sous le regne de Yuhi IV. Musinga. D’après renseignements originaux données en XII.1932 par Mr R. Schmidt, Administrateur territorial. Typescript. 2 pages.
Province du Bukunzi. Thielemans, 7.II.1934. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Bukunzi. Situation fin 1931. Annexe au Rapport Politique Annual 1931. Mr. Dryvers, 8.I.1932. Typescript. 1 page.
Le Bukunzi. 1 page.
Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1933. Organisation Politique au 31 décembre 1933. Province du Bukunzi. Chef: Rwagataraka (L). Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Bumbogo (actuelle, 1933). Situation au 31.XII.1929. Renseignements fournis par Mr. R. Schmidt, A.T. à Kigari (IX.1933). Typescript. 3 pages.
Note sur l’histoire recente de la Province du Bumbogo. Renseignements originaux recueillis le 29 novembre 1932 auprès de Mr R. Schmidt (Administrateur territoriale à Kigali 1930-1932). Typescript. 5 pages.
Droits d’ingabo sur la Province du Bumbogo. Betail du Bumbogo. Typescript. 1 page.
Notice Historique sur la Province du Bumbogo par le R. P. Martin de la Mission de Rurindo le 23.XI.1924. Typescript. 3 pages.
Bumbogo 1924-25. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Bumbogo. Chef: Lwampungu. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1932. Résidence de Ruanda, Térritoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Bumbogo. Chef: Lwampungu. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1931. Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Bumbogo et du Rukiga Ouest. Chef: Lwampungu. Extrait du Rapport Annuel. 1930. Résidence de Ruanda, Territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 1 page.
Burundi 1931. Fondation de la Mission d’Usumbura (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 1 page.
Burundi 1933. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1933. Réoccupation de la Mission de Rambura, et fondation des Missions de Mubuga et de Kaduha (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 1 page.
Generalites 1881 – Les Missions Religieuses. Typescript. 1 page.
Soudan 1881. Les débuts de la révolte Mahdiste. 2 pages.
Generalites 1881. Mort du Capitaine Popelin 24 mai 1881. Typescript. 1 page.
Buganda 1881. Typescript. 1 page.
Mai 1881: début de la révolte du Mahde au Soudan; 7 décembre 1882: Stanley lance sur le Pool l’ “En Avant.” Manuscript. 1 page.
Mai 1881: début de la révolte du Mahde au Soudan; 7 décembre 1882: Stanley lance sur le Pool l’ “En Avant.” Manuscript. 1 page.
Generalites 1882. Penetration Europeene. Les Missions religieuses. Typescript. 2 pages.
1881-1882. Cinquième traversée de l’Afrique, par V. Wissmann. Manuscript. 1 page.
Generalites 1882. Typescript. 2 pages.
Soudan 1882. Les Progrès de l’insurrection Mahdiste. Typescript. 2 pages.
Belgique-Congo en automobile: Sahara. Extrait de la "National Belge." 20 mars 1931. 1 page.
Belgique-Congo en automobile: Bel Oeil-Kivu. Extrait de la "National Belge." 18 mars 1931. 1 page.
Generalites 1901. Transfert de la Résidence du Vicaire Apostolique du Nyanza Méridional à Kashozi. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1901. Fondation de la Mission de Nyundo (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1904-1905. Fondation du poste allemand de Kisenyi (Gisenyi). 1 page.
Ruanda 1904. Epidémie de dyssenterie (Imyambi). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1903. Sècheresse et disette dans une partie du Ruanda. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1903. Voyages de Mgr. Hirth à travers le Mulera et le Mpororo; Fondation de la Mission de Rwaza; Fondation de la Mission de Mibirizi (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 2 pages.
Ruanda 1905. Projet de fondation d’une nouvelle Mission dans le Haut Ndorwa; Révolte du Mpororo sous Muselekande. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1906. Fondation de la Mission de Kabgayi (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1907. Fondation de la première école de Nyanza. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1907-1908. Disgrâce et ruine du chef Ruhinangiko; Partage des biens de Ruhinangiko et de ses fils; Dernieres révoltes des chefs Abanyeginya; Partage des biens de Tshaka; Partage des biens de Sebuharara. Typescript. 2 pages.
Ruanda 1908. Première attaque du Buberuka par les Abatsobe. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1908. Fondation de la Mission de Murunda (Pères Blancs). Son abandon temporaire. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1908. Politique Générale. Fondation de la Résidence de Kigeri. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1908. Chute du Chef Kanyingo. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1909. Fondation de la Mission de Rurindo. Etablissements des Soeurs Blances à Save (Isavi). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1909. Réapparition de la dyssenterie. Progrès de la Maladie du Sommeil dans la valée de la Ruzizi. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1910. Fondation de la Mission de Nyaruhengeri (Kansi) (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 1 page.
1911. Vicariat Apostolique du Haut-Congo. Modification des limites. Typescript. 1 page.
1911. Vicariat Apostolique du Victoria-Nyanza meridional. Rectification (limites Ouest). Typescript. 1 page.
1911. Vicariat Apostolique du Victoria-Nyanza Septenrional. Rectification à la limite Ouest. Typescript. 1 page.
1911. Vicariat Apostolique de l’Unyanyembe. Rectification (Frontiere Nord-Ouest). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1911. Fondation de la Mission de Kigali 1911-1913 (Pères Blancs). Typescript. 1 page.
Generalites 1912. Modifications dans les circonscriptions ecclesiastiques. “Par motu proprio en date du 12 décembre 1912, S. S. Pie X…” Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1912. Etablissements des Pères Blancs à la Mission de Murunda (Kanage). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1912-1913. Mort du Chef Mugenzi. Typescript. 1 page.
Vicariat Apostolique du Victoria-Nyanza Septrional. Rectification à la limite Nord. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1913. Deuxième attaque du Buberuka par les Abatsobe. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1913. Ier établissement des Pères Blancs à Rambura (Bushiru); Fondation du Séminaire de Nyaruhengeri (Kansi). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1932. Politique Generale. Réorganisation des Territoires Administratifs. Suppression des territories de Muramvya et du Tanganyika. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1932. Politique Generale. Réorganisation du Territoire de Kabaya. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1932. Modifications dans les limites de certaines provinces indigènes. Typescript. 1 page.
Vicariat Apostolique du Tanganyika. Typescript. 1 page.
Vicariat Apostolique de Tabora. Typescript. 1 page.
Vicariat Apostolique de Bukoba. Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1932. Fondation du Postulat pour Soeurs Indigènes à Kansi au Mvejuru (Damas Bernardines). Typescript. 1 page.
Ruanda 1932. Activite des Missions Catholiques. Typescript. 1 page.
Territoire du Ruanda-Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kamembe-Shangugu. Rapport politique 1932. Typescript. 6 pages.
Territoire du Ruanda-Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kamembe-Shangugu. No. 8/R.A. Objet: complément rapport politique. Kamembe, le 2 janvier, 1933. Typescript. 2 pages.
[Letter to Dryvers from Pieren regarding Derscheid’s research on the Parc National Albert]. 29 juin, 1933. Typescript. 1 page.
Notes sur la situation politique de la Province du Mutara au 30 juin 1932. Chef: Lyumugabe. (Extrait du Rapport de sortie de charge de M. Verhulst, Administrateur territorial). Typescript. 5 pages.
Notes sur l’histoire recente de la Province du Mutara. Renseignements originaux fournis le 3 décembre 1932 par Mr Verhulst (Administrateur territorial à Gabiro 1930-32). Typescript. 8 pages.
Province du Mutara. Situation Politique au 31 décembre, 1932. Extrait du Rapport Pol. 1932. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Mutara. Situation Politique au 31 décembre, 1933. Extrait du Rapport Politique 1933. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Mutara. Extrait du Rapport Annuel Politique 1933 du Terr. de Gabiro. Chefferie Ryumagabe: S/Chefferie Mushulu [Mushuru]; S/Chefferie Bishumba. Chefferie Lyumugabe. Recensement (fin 1933). [Census tables by Colline and Batutsi/Bahutu for: Hommes, Femmes, Garçons, Filles and Exemptés]. Typescript. 3 pages.
Residence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Rapport annuel/rapport politique 1930. Situation generale du territoire de Kigali. Typescript. 2 pages.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. [Province de] Rukiga. Chef de Province: Lwigemera. Extrait du Rapport Annuel de 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. [Provinces de] Buliza et Buganza. Chef des deux Provinces: Lwubusisi. Extrait du Rapport Annuel de 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. [Provinces de] Bumbogo et Rukiga Ouest. Chef de Province: Lwampungu. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. [Province de Bwana-Tshyambwe] Bwanatshyambwe. Chef de Province: Basomingera. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. [Province de] Bugesera Est. Chef de Province: Ibambasi. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. [Province de] Bugesera Ouest. Chef de Province: Kanyemera. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. [Province de] Bugesera Sud. Chef de Province: Ndoli. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. [Province de] Rukaryi. Chef de Province: (pas encore désigné). Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Partie du Bwanatshyambwe [Bwana-Tshyambwe] et du Rukaryi. Chef: Rwanyabugigira. Extrait du Rapport Annuel 1930. Typescript. 1 page.
Territoire du Ruanda-Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kamembe-Shangugu. Rapport Politique 1932. Typescript. 6 pages.
Territoire du Ruanda-Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kamembe-Shangugu. No. 8/R.A. Objet: complément rapport politique. Kamembe, le 2 janvier, 1933. Typescript. 2 pages.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kamembe-Shangugu. Copie. No 1034/R.A. Objet: rapport politique. Suite no 2751 du 19-11-31. Kamembe, le 2 décembre, 1931. Le Chef de Poste Dryvers. Typescript. 16 pages.
Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kamembe-Shangugu. Copie. No 37/R.A. Suite no 2451/R.A. du 19.11.31. Objet. Rapport annuel politique. Le Chef de Poste Dryvers, 8 janvier, 1932. Typescript. 6 pages.
Province du Biru (Partie Nord; Partie Sud). Situation fin 1931. Chef: Biniga. Annexe au Rapport Politique Annuel de 1931. Mr. Dryvers 8.I.1932. Typescript. 1 page.
Province du Bukunzi. Situation fin 1931. Chef: Rwakataraka, remplaçant local du chef: Kigwira. Annexe au Rapport Politique Annuel de 1931. Mr. Dryvers 8.I.1932. Typescript. 1 page.
Farmer-herder conflict and state legitimacy in Cameroon
The Jews of Nairobi, 1903-1962 (5664-5722)
Province du Busoso. Situation fin 1931. Chef: Rwakataraka, remplaçant local du chef: Lukoro. Annexe au Rapport Politique Annuel de 1931. Mr. Dryvers 8.I.1932. Typescript. 1 page.
[Cover letter addressed to “Monsieur Derscheid, Directeur du Parc National Albert à Bruxelles” accompanying Rapports Annuel Politique 1930-1933]. R. Schmidt, 14 aout 1933. Typescript. 2 pages.
Residence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Rapport Annuel/Rapport Politique, 1930. Typescript. 6 pages.
Residence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kigali. Rapport annuel/Rapport Politique du Territoire de Kigali, Annee 1932. Typescript. 7 pages.
Residence du Ruanda. Territoire de Shangugu. Famines, disettes, epizooties et epidemies dans le Territoire de Shangugu. – Importance epoque et regions ou les indigenes se ravitaillent. A. Servranckx, Administrateur Territorial. Typescript. 2 pages.
Notes sur l’Administration des indigenes du Territoire de Shangugu (Ruanda) par R. Bourgeois, Administrateur Territorial, 1934. Typescript. 83 pages.
Territoire du Ruanda-Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Biumba. Rapport de sortie de charge de l’Administrateur Territorial Stevens.A.J.F. du Territoire de Biumba (Ruanda). Biumba, le 12 octobre 1933. Typescript. 22 pages.
Territoires Ruanda-Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Kibungu. Rapport de sortie de charge de Monsieur Sandrart G.V. Administrateur territorial du Territoire de Kibungu. Kibungu, le 30 novembre 1933. Typescript. 20 pages.
Province du Migongo. Statut au 31 décembre, 1933. Reseignements Sandrart, mai, 1934. Typescript. 2 pages.
Territoires du Ruanda-Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire d’Astrida. Rapport de sortie de charge du 23.IX.1933. Etabli par Monsieur Servranckx André, Administrateur Territorial de Ière Cl. ayant administré le Territoire d’Astrida depuis le 27 Aout 1932. 26 septembre 1933. Typescript. 69 pages.
Territoires du Ruanda-Urundi. Résidence du Ruanda. Territoire de Shangugu. Rapport de sortie de charge etabli par Monsieur Servranckx André, Administrateur Territorial de Ière cl., délégué du Résident du Ruanda à Shangugu. 10 mai 1930. Typescript. 9 pages.
George Fortune Bibliography: Author Index of Fortune Collection
How to write love letters, toasts and business letters
Miss Cordelia in the romance of destiny; the most sensational love intricacy that has ever happened in West Africa
Generalites, 1886.
Third world women, family, work, and empowerment
Legislation of Sierra Leone
Association of Farming Systems Research-Extension newsletter
What is this thing called drought?
Preliminary list of African serials in University of Florida Libraries, February, 1967
Miss Comfort's heart cries for Tonny's love
Why harlots hate married men and love bachelors
The world is hard
The Nigerian bachelor's guide
Alice in the romance of love
Rosemary and the taxi driver
Beware of women
Sorrow for student
A fool at forty;
Adelabu
Karanga grammar
Karanga grammar
Karanga grammar
People and wildlife conservation in Tanzania
Information literacy: 21st century library research methods for African Studies
Scholarly Publication, Institutional Repositories, and Author Rights; Guest lecture for Africana Bibliography (AFS5061) Handout and Teaching Notes
African studies quarterly
Library research supporting African Studies academic programs
"Nisiilano"; "Tales of Some Northeastern Rhodesian Tribes" (Annis S. Field U.M.C.A. MSORO; H. Zulu)
Jean-Marie Derscheid Photograph
Jean-Marie Derscheid Wikipedia Entry (as of 10/6/2011)
Description of cowpea variety ER7
Mozambique
Report of task force on Livestock in mixed farming systems
A Gameplan for a regional farming systems research development program in the West and Central African regions
Prospective areas of collaborative research
Gender and soil fertility in Africa
Malawi
On-farm research plan for technology evaluation
60th anniversary, 1931-1991, of the Sephardi Hebrew Congregation of Zimbabwe
1985 annual report from the social science component
Report on farming systems research and development in Botswana
Training report of the initial agro-social survey methodology for the Bean/Cowpea CRSP Malawi Project
Africa training strategy farming systems support project
Social science pilot study in northern Malawi
Modeling adoption potential of improved fallows in southern Mali using linear programming
Modeling changes in farming systems with the adoption of improved fallows in southern Mali
A technical proposal
Draft trip report
Cropping systems program activities in Nepal for 1982-1983
Evaluating a method for defining recommendation domains
Art and Architecture in Angola and Namibia - Bibliography
A technical proposal
Negotiating relationships: village to city, beadwork to SMS
National parks in the Belgian Congo
The Uganda journal
African studies quarterly
The Uganda journal
The Uganda journal
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SEO strategies handout
African studies quarterly
SEO strategies slides
Presentation script
African wild life
G. Pucci's Photograph Album Relating to Eritrea, Ethiopia and Libya
Photographs of Dakar in 1939
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Gli Avvenimenti Illustrati series IEAPC 013 war propaganda postcards
Perche combattiamo e perche vinceremo
Notre Congo =
Deutsche Kolonien
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Post Cards of Ethiopian (Abyssinian) Royalty and Clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Postcards of Abyssinian royalty and clergy
Gli Avvenimenti Illustrati series IEAPC 013 war propaganda postcards
Gli Avvenimenti Illustrati series IEAPC 013 war propaganda postcards
Gli Avvenimenti Illustrati series IEAPC 013 war propaganda postcards
Gli Avvenimenti Illustrati series IEAPC 013 war propaganda postcards
Gli Avvenimenti Illustrati series IEAPC 013 war propaganda postcards
Gli Avvenimenti Illustrati series IEAPC 013 war propaganda postcards
Gli Avvenimenti Illustrati series IEAPC 013 war propaganda postcards
Walter Goldschmidt interview
Center for African Studies research report
Africana Bibliography Project: Mauritania, Senegal and Migration
J. M. Derscheid Collection Index - Reel Guide
George Fortune obituary
Take it to the Streets
African studies quarterly
Information literacy: 21st century library research methods for African Studies
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: Elephant data sheets
Draft : African Studies Digital Collections Presentation
The Slave Trade from Madagascar to Jamaica: a short bibliography

African Women Writers Syllabus
SEO presentation with audio and slide timings
African Studies Digital Collections Presentation
Video of African Studies Digital Collections Presentation
Late Pleistocene Technological Change and Hunter-Gatherer Behavior at Moche Borago Rockshelter, Sodo-Wolayta, Ethiopia
East African Professional Hunters Association, Records
East African Professional Hunters Association, Records
East African Professional Hunters Association, Records
East African Professional Hunters Association, Records
East African Professional Hunters Association, Records
East African Professional Hunters Association, Records
East African Professional Hunters Association, Records
East African Professional Hunters Association, Records
East African Professional Hunters Association, Records
A sketch map of the Victoria Nile between Murchison Falls and Chobe showing hippo distribution and numbers in April 1967
African studies quarterly
Civilising barbarians
List of reprints available with Ian S.C. Parker manuscript collection relating to East African Wildlife Conservation
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Box 3
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
Ian Parker Collection of East African Wildlife Conservation: The Ivory Trade
African studies quarterly
Iwe egbogi iwosan
Center for African Studies research report
Parker Elephant Data Sheets