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Creators:
Larrabee, Constance Stuart
Dates:
1948
Level:
item
Size:
1 Negative ((silver gelatin)., b&w, 6 x 6 cm.)
1 Photographic print ((contact print)., b&w, 6 x 6 cm.)
1 Photographic print ((dupe print)., b&w, 8 x 10 in.)
Collection ID:
EEPA.1998-006
Repository:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art

Father Huddleston With Children, 1948. Photographic image of Father Huddleston walking away from the camera. There are several children following them. One boy on the left of the image is facing the camera and smiling. The following is from Constance Stuart's notes: "Father Huddleston is a well-known and beloved figure in the native district of Sop...

In 1945, Constance Stuart returned from her assignment as the first female South African war correspondent in World War II. Her reputation as a photographer grew. She maintained a photographic studio in Pretoria and Johannesburg. This series of images which she entitled "Johannesburg Black Man" depict life in downtown Johannesburg and in parts of t...

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

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Creators:
Larrabee, Constance Stuart
Dates:
1948
Level:
item
Size:
1 Negative ((silver gelatin)., b&w, 6 x 6 cm.)
1 Photographic print ((contact print)., b&w, 6 x 6 cm.)
1 Photographic print ((dupe print)., b&w, 8 x 10 in.)
Collection ID:
EEPA.1998-006
Repository:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art

Father Huddleston With Children, 1948. Photographic image of Father Huddleston standing in front a large group of children. The following is from Constance Stuart's notes: "Father Huddleston is a well-known and beloved figure in the native district of Sophiatown where he runs a mission school for children from kindergarten to high school." Later in...

In 1945, Constance Stuart returned from her assignment as the first female South African war correspondent in World War II. Her reputation as a photographer grew. She maintained a photographic studio in Pretoria and Johannesburg. This series of images which she entitled "Johannesburg Black Man" depict life in downtown Johannesburg and in parts of t...

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

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Creators:
Larrabee, Constance Stuart
Dates:
1948
Level:
item
Size:
1 Negative ((silver gelatin)., b&w, 6 x 6 cm.)
1 Photographic print ((dupe print)., b&w, 8 x 10 in.)
Collection ID:
EEPA.1998-006
Repository:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art

Children Eating at School, 1948. Photographic image of several children sitting at tables outside while their female teacher serving them a hot meal. There are two other female teachers standing on either side of a pillar of the nursery school building. This is at the school where Father Huddleston teaches. The following is from Constance Stuart's ...

In 1945, Constance Stuart returned from her assignment as the first female South African war correspondent in World War II. Her reputation as a photographer grew. She maintained a photographic studio in Pretoria and Johannesburg. This series of images which she entitled "Johannesburg Black Man" depict life in downtown Johannesburg and in parts of t...

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

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Creators:
Larrabee, Constance Stuart
Dates:
1948
Level:
item
Size:
1 Negative ((silver gelatin)., b&w, 6 x 6 cm.)
1 Photographic print ((dupe print)., b&w, 8 x 10 in.)
Collection ID:
EEPA.1998-006
Repository:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art

Father Huddleston With Children, 1948. Photographic image of Father Huddleston standing in front of a group of young children. He has his hands on two of the children's heads. The following is from Constance Stuart's notes: "Father Huddleston is a well-known and beloved figure in the native district of Sophiatown where he runs a mission school for ...

In 1945, Constance Stuart returned from her assignment as the first female South African war correspondent in World War II. Her reputation as a photographer grew. She maintained a photographic studio in Pretoria and Johannesburg. This series of images which she entitled "Johannesburg Black Man" depict life in downtown Johannesburg and in parts of t...

There are no prints of this negative in the Constance Stuart Larrabee Collection. EEPA produced an 8x10 study print for reference purposes.

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Creators:
Haliburton, R. G. (Robert Grant), 1831-1901
Mason, Otis T., 1838-1908
Müller, F. Max (Friedrich Max), 1823-1900
Dates:
1891
Size:
49 Pages
Collection ID:
NAA.MS7083
Repository:
National Anthropological Archives

Notes include statements from Moroccan informants about the existence, location, physical and cultural characteristics of and superstitions about the pygmies. The handwritten notes include some statements by Moroccan and European informants that are not included in the typescript. Letters include: Haliburton to Max Muller, August 8, 1891, summarizi...

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Creators:
Gorlia, Emile E.O.
Dates:
circa December 1909-January 1912
Level:
item
Size:
1 lantern slide (b&w, 8.5 x 10 cm.)
Collection ID:
EEPA.1977-001
Repository:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art

Handwritten texts on verso contact print reads, " Sankuru. Baluba countryside, south of Pania Mutombo."

Judge E. Gorlia's first journey in the Belgian Congo from December 1909 to January 1912.

In ancient times the only means of communication in what is now the Belgian Congo were the rivers, lakes, and foot-paths. Trackways or caravans routs, were little more than broad foot-paths, for nothing more elaborate was necessary to enable travellers to pass on their way in single line. Usually the tracks ran direct from camp to camp, or village ...

In 1911, on his first tour of inspection, Judge Gorlia travelled by foot from Lusambo to Dilolo. On his way he had to deliver judgment among the Luba, the Songye, the Kanioka, the Lunda and the Chokwe.

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Creators:
Gorlia, Emile E.O.
Dates:
circa December 1909-January 1912
Level:
item
Size:
1 Stereograph (b&w, 6 x 13 cm.)
Collection ID:
EEPA.1977-001
Repository:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art

Handwritten texts on verso contact print reads, " Sankuru. Baluba countryside, south of Pania Mutombo."

Judge E. Gorlia's first journey in the Belgian Congo from December 1909 to January 1912.

In ancient times the only means of communication in what is now the Belgian Congo were the rivers, lakes, and foot-paths. Trackways or caravans routs, were little more than broad foot-paths, for nothing more elaborate was necessary to enable travellers to pass on their way in single line. Usually the tracks ran direct from camp to camp, or village ...

In 1911, on his first tour of inspection, Judge Gorlia travelled by foot from Lusambo to Dilolo. On his way he had to deliver judgment among the Luba, the Songye, the Kanioka, the Lunda and the Chokwe.

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Creators:
Gorlia, Emile E.O.
Dates:
circa December 1909-January 1912
Level:
item
Size:
1 Stereograph (b&w, 6 x 13 cm.)
Collection ID:
EEPA.1977-001
Repository:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art

Judge E. Gorlia's first journey in the Belgian Congo from December 1909 to January 1912.

In 1911, on his first tour of inspection, Judge Gorlia travelled by foot from Lusambo to Dilolo. Until 1912, the Luba, the Songye, the Kaniok, the Lunda and the Chokwe territories extending southward to Dilolo, were administered as part of the Congo-Kasai district with headquarters at Lusambo.

In eastern Kasai the falls by which the rivers draining the plateau descend from it are not well marked and happens a few yards at a time over several miles. The immediate cause of the difference of rivers level appears to be the hardness of the granitic substratum on which the rivers make a relatively slight impression. The Tshala rapids are found...

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Creators:
Gorlia, Emile E.O.
Dates:
circa December 1909-January 1912
Level:
item
Size:
1 lantern slide (b&w, 8.5 x 10 cm.)
Collection ID:
EEPA.1977-001
Repository:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art

Handwritten texts on verso contact print reads, " Rapids of the Lubilash at Touala."

Judge E. Gorlia's first journey in the Belgian Congo from December 1909 to January 1912.

In 1911, on his first tour of inspection, Judge Gorlia travelled by foot from Lusambo to Dilolo. Until 1912, the Luba, the Songye, the Kaniok, the Lunda and the Chokwe territories extending southward to Dilolo, were administered as part of the Congo-Kasai district with headquarters at Lusambo.

In eastern Kasai the falls by which the rivers draining the plateau descend from it are not well marked and happens a few yards at a time over several miles. The immediate cause of the difference of rivers level appears to be the hardness of the granitic substratum on which the rivers make a relatively slight impression. The Tshala rapids are found...

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Creators:
Gorlia, Emile E.O.
Dates:
circa December 1909-January 1912
Level:
item
Size:
1 Stereograph (b&w, 6 x 13 cm.)
Collection ID:
EEPA.1977-001
Repository:
Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art

Handwritten texts on verso contact print reads, " Rapids of the Lubilash at Touala."

Judge E. Gorlia's first journey in the Belgian Congo from December 1909 to January 1912.

In 1911, on his first tour of inspection, Judge Gorlia travelled by foot from Lusambo to Dilolo. Until 1912, the Luba, the Songye, the Kanioka, the Lunda and the Chokwe territories extending southward to Dilolo, were administered as part of the Congo-Kasai district with headquarters at Lusambo.

In eastern Kasai the falls by which the rivers draining the plateau descend from it are not well marked and happens a few yards at a time over several miles. The immediate cause of the difference of rivers level appears to be the hardness of the granitic substratum on which the rivers make a relatively slight impression. The Tshala rapids are found...

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