4 results in NMAH.AC.0321 for "Mombasa (Africa)"
89 4286, Roosevelt (middle), with Moore (extreme right),and others probably taken in the garden of the Mombasa Club, April 21, 1909. 89 4275 President Roosevelt's party leaving Mombasa on April 22, 1909. "The day after we landed we boarded the train to take what seems to me . . .the most interesting railway journey in the world. It was governor Jackson's special train, and in addition to his own party and ours there was only Selous. . . On our train the locomotive was fitted with a comfortable seat across the cow catcher, and on this, except at mealtime, I spent most of the hours of daylight."(3) Seated, left to right, are Roosevelt; Lieutenant Governor Jackson, acting Governor of British East Africa; famed big game hunter Frederick C. Selous; and C. Sanford, Manager of Uganda Railways. 89 20430 Ivory tusks in Customs House, Mombasa, ca. 1908 1910. 89 20428 Government ivory auction at Mombasa, ca. 1908 1910. E.D. Moore sixth from left. 89 16787 E. D. Moore (in white hat) inspecting a shipment of tusks outside the Arnold, Cheney & Co. building in Mombasa, ca. 1908 1910. 89 16788 E. D. Moore supervising the loading of tusks onto a cart in Mombasa, ca. 1908 1910. 89 16786 Loading tusks onto a cart in Mombasa, ca. 1908 1910. Box Folder 89 4282, Moore, flanked by tusks, in the doorway of his Mombasa warehouse, known as the "Ivory House."