"Der Hof der Tischlerei in Rungwe mit Arbeitern, Br Hollan, Schw. Hollan." ("Workers in the yard of the joiner's workshop in Rungwe, Br[other] Hollan, Sis[ter] Hollan."). African joiners standing in front of a long thatched building while holding several tools and objects like a long saw, boards, etc. On the left, three African women with two black babies and one white baby tied onto their backs are standing next to Missionary Hollan who is facing right. A little white girl is sitting on a mule in the center of the picture. Two African girls are occupied with a baby carriage. At the front, five African men and Sister Hollan are placed on a tree stem on the ground, a dog lying in front of it. In the foreground: more tree stems and wooden boards as well as wood shavings.; Photo included from the box of duplicates. -- Paul Oswald Hollan (1877-unknown) was a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine. He served as a joiner from 1903 to 1916 in Rungwe until his internment in 1916. He returned to Germany in 1919. In 1909 he had married Augusta Gertrud(e), née Zöllner (1883-unknown). -- Adolf Ferdinand Stolz (1871-1917) was a mission trader of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine in Ipanya from 1898 to 1902 and in Kyimbila from 1903 to 1914. He was responsible for the plantations in Kyimbila and Rutenganio. In 1898 he married Helene Elisabeth, née Kootz (1872-1899), in 1903 Anna, née Schulze.