"Eine Langhütte (Kibaga) in einem Kondedorf. Mann und Frau begrüßen sich." ("Long hut (Kibaga) in a Konde village. A man and a woman are greeting each other."). View of a long thatched hut made from bamboo canes, its roof showing a deflexed construction, supported by a stick at the front end. A woman, three children and a baby on one of their backs are standing in front of the hut. Six others are next to it while two of them greet each other in the traditional way: the man squatting and the woman sitting with one of her legs stretched out in front of her while bowing her head. Palm trees in the background. Imprinted on the image: "3190".; Taken from the box of duplicates. -- Paul Theodor Meyer (1864-1933) was a son of the missionary Philipp Ludwig Heinrich Meyer. Together with Théophile Richard, Georg Martin and Johannes Häfner he started the missionary work of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine in what is now Tanzania in 1891. He founded the mission stations Rungwe in 1891, Rutenganio, Utengule and Ipanya between 1894 and 1897. From 1891 to 1916 he was superintendent of Rungwe missionary province. After being interned for three years he returned to Germany in 1919.