"Mbozi: Die Brettschneiderei. Br. Giersch. Ein Mann führt oben die grosse Brettersäge, der andere unten im Schneideloch." ("Mbozi: joiner's workshop. Br[other] Giersch. One man guides the big saw for planks through the top of the cutting hole, the other one through the bottom [of it]."). Under the roof of a thatched shed: Missionary Giersch standing in between four wooden boards that are cut by two African joiners. In the background: a pile of logs, bushes.; Ernst Otto Giersch (1878-1946 ) was a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine. He served from 1906 to 1908 in Mbozi (together with his wife Anna Magdalena (1882-unknown), née Seiler) and returned home because of illness. From 1927 to 1929 he again served in Mbozi.