"Br. Hennig am Mulagala-Fluss. 1905." ("Br[other] Hennig at Mulagala River. 1905."). On the opposite side of a river, Missionary Hennig standing with seven Africans, presumably porters, at a rocky bank in the middle of a river. All of them are holding long sticks in their hands. In the foreground, rocks and grass. In the background and on the left, huge trees. A range of mountains is visible behind these trees.; 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 serves 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.