Photographs of Nomoli and Kissi Stones, circa 1981.
Photographs taken by Arnold Newman of bronze figures in Tada, Nigeria, 1958.
Photographs taken by Freire d'Andrade e Serrano and Soura Machado in Mozambique for Carta Agricolo-Silva Imp. (Agricultural Charter-Silver Importers), circa 1888. The photographs were collected by the trading company to document its activities and the conditions in Mozambique.
Photographs of art objects and of object installations taken during the mid-1970s by Gilbert Schneider.
A bound notebook of prints picturing a model of the royal palace at Babanki Tungo, West Cameroon. The accompanying caption on the inside of the first image reads, "The model represented in this photographic album is the royal palace at Babanki Tungo, West Cameroon. It was carved by Robert Toh, the royal craver, during 1954-55. The brass figurines were sculpted by Umaru Njasi, a brass-caster from Bamum. The photographs are by Evan G. Schneider and were taken in Southeastern Ohio. Mr. Schneider is also responsible for the printing. Gilbert D. Schneider Athens, Ohio - - 1968." The palace and figurines were also donated in 1979 to the Museum of African Art, now the National Museum of African Art (accession no. 79-1-1).
This accession consists of photographs of Smithsonian Institution Archives facilities, staff, volunteers, interns, and researchers.
Photographs taken by Elizabeth Chilver and Phyllis M. Kaberry of people, costumes and architecture in Cameroon from 1958 through 1963. Duplicate prints from a photographic collection held by the Pitt Rivers Archives in Oxford, England.
Photographs taken by French Missionary Frank Christol during his stay in the Cameroon Grassfields, during the 1920s. The photographs document the peoples of the Cameroon Grassfields, particularly the Bamileke. Activities depicted include dancing and playing musical instruments. Objects include figures, masks, textiles and vessels. There are images of chiefs' palaces and architectural details such as carved doors and house posts. Portraits, often with people in groups with objects, document dress, hairstyles, jewelry and scarification. People portrayed include carvers with their work and chiefs in their palaces.
Photographs of Zulu men, women and children, taken by various photographers, often in poses arranged by the photographer. There are also images of settlements.
Photographs taken by Robert and Nancy Nooter in Ethiopia, 1998.