"Clarkson. Der Miss. Kutscher fährt in dreispänniger "Skotskarre" der beiden (jüngeren) Söhne Reichel an der Bahn nach Assegaibosch. Rechts der Winkel. Hinten die Karre. Mühlhaus." ("Clarkson. Miss[ionary] Kutscher drives the harnessed team "Skotskarre" of the two (younger) Reichel sons. It is drawn by three horses along the railway to Assegaibosch. On the right the shop. In the back the cart. Mill."). In the center a cart with three men, drawn by three horses. On the right a partial view of a shop. In the central background trees.; The word "Mühlhaus" is ambigious. The literal translation is Millhouse but such a building cannot be seen on the photograph. It is not clear what is described with "Mühlhaus". -- Father of the sons on the picture could be Gustav Reichel. Gustav Reichel (1879-?), born in St. Petersburg, Russia. Married Gertrud Bauer in 1908. Was a missionary of the Herrnhut Brüdergemeine from 1908-1934. From 1908-22 he was stationed in the western Himalaya and then came to western South Africa in 1923-34. -- One of the sons in the picture is probably Normann Reichel. Normann Reichel was born in 1916 in Ebersdorf, Thuringia. He married Bernhild Bachmann in 1943. From 1953-1962 he was a missionary of the Hernnhut Brüdergemeine first in Mamre (1953-55), then in Goedverwacht, both South Africa. -- The word Winkel is taken from Afrikaans meaning shop.