"Reiserast im Dorfe Mwasukulu, Br. Hennig." ("Resting on a trip in the village of Mwasukulu, Br[other] Hennig."). A clearing surrounded by rich vegetation. Missionary Hennig sitting at a table in the background on the right. Further to the front, a man squatting, drinking from a big bottle. About twelve other Africans and five cows standing or squatting in the clearing.; Cf. photo no. 1642. -- Paul Otto Hennig (1857-1928) became a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine in South Africa after he had married Elsbeth Gemuseus in 1891. There he served as head of the church assembly, superintendent and also as chairman of the German mission directorate from 1906 onwards. He visited East Africa in 1905/06.