"Christen in Isoko. Kinder v. Geschw. Zeeb. Schw. Bachmann. Br. Zeeb." ("Christians in Isoko. Br[ethren] Zeeb[s'] children. S[ister] Bachmann. Br[other] Zeeb."). Large group of Africans: men are standing behind women who are kneeling on the ground, children are sitting on the ground in front of them, among them two of Missionary Zeeb's children. In the center part of this group: Sister Bachmann sitting with a baby on her arms. On the right Missionary Zeeb standing in between the men. Four of them are holding books in their hands.; Photo included from box of duplicates. -- The photo was presumably taken during Bachmann's and Zeeb's joint stay in Isoko 1908-1910. -- Elisabeth Marie Bachmann (1885-?) was a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine together with her husband Emil Karl Bachmann (1875-1940) from 1908-1916. During that time they stayed in Isoko (1908-1910), Rutenganio (1910), Mwaja (1910-1912) and Rungwe (1912-1916). For the following three years they were British prisoners of war. After they were released, they became missionaries of the Berlin Mission. -- Wilhelm Friedrich Zeeb (1866-1933) was a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine in Nyasa, East Africa, from 1898-1911. From 1900-1910 he stayed in Isoko together with his wife Anna Mathilde Zeeb (born 1875 in Surinam, died 1913). After his return to Germany, he married his second wife Gertraud Adolphine Wünsche (1878-1952) in 1914.