The collection consists of 13 printed cards produced by Gallery Watatu in Nairobi, Kenya. These include exhibition announcements, an exhibition booklet, a holiday card, and cards featuring artwork from the Gallery.
Seventeen postcards taken from circa 1895-circa 1915 of Madeira Island, a port of call en route from Montreal to Captown; 8 postcards of Germiston, South Africa; and 15 postcards from the Transvaal region in South Africa, including in Ermelo. Postcards primarily depict towns, architecture, trains, boats and scenic views. Two of the postcards have n...
The collection consists of 17 color photographic prints and (23) 35mm negatives which were taken in Sierra Leone in 2003, which focus on textile manufacture, specifically needlepointed carpet slippers worn by the Krio women of Freetown.
The collection consists of four books that portray the photography and/or text of Eliot Elisofon: A Week in Agata's World: POLAND. Photographs and text by Eliot Elisofon. New York: Crowell-Collier Press, 1970; A Week in Leonora's World: PUERTO RICO. Photographs and text by Eliot Elisofon. New York: Crowell-Collier Press, 1971; ZAIRE: A Week in Jose...
Photographic print of Eliot Elisofon accepting an award on March 1, 1953 from Modern Photography for "Outstanding Color Photography" in the film Moulin Rouge.
This collection is comprised of two issues of Life Magazine that include photographs by Eliot Elisofon. The articles that feature his work are "The Hopeful Launching of a Proud and Free Nigeria" (September 26, 1960) and "Africa's Savage Beauty" (October 13, 1961).
The collection consists of 32 black and white photographs taken in northern Nigeria in the 1920s. They primarily focus on the Henshaw missionary family, their work, and their community in proximity to the city of Minna, Niger State, Nigeria.
The collection consists of twenty matted black and white photographs taken in February 2011 that were used in Doggett's series, Omo: Expressions of a People (2012). These artistic photographs were taken in Omo Valley, Ethiopia, and depict Suri, Hamar, Dhassanac and Karo peoples.
This collection is comprised of 769 35mm color slides, dates from 1982 to 1986 and documents various Agemo festivals, a performing art of the Yoruba religion. More specifically, Pemberton photographed Agemo funeral rites at the Asu Aluwa house in Olosiwonade, Ijebu, various Agemo priests and their stools, the Odun Agemo festival, Chief Sherafusi's Odun Agemo festival in Igbile, and Egungun dancing at the palace in Oru, Ijebu.
The collection dates from 1678 to circa 2005 and consists of 58 maps, engravings, posters, original documents and photographs related to East, Central and South Africa. There is a special focus on Ethiopia (Abyssinia), Tanzania and the Sudan, and the collection's subjects include East African geography, history, political affairs and African leaders, as well as European (German, Italian, British) and American colonization, exploration and warfare in Africa.