"Schmiede (l), Winkel (m) u. Schule (r) in Gnadenthal." ("Blacksmith's workshop (l[eft]), shop (c[enter]) a[nd] school (r[ight]) in Genadendal."). On the right is a high building with high windows and a thatched roof. Standing next to it two men, three women and four children of African origin. In the center are two houses, one two-storied with a marquee, the other one with a thatched roof, a marquee above each of the two entrances, a bench and a woman of African origin standing in front of it. On the right in the foreground are a number of trees. Behind them in the background is a third building. Imprinted on the image: "Schmiede. Winkel. Schule. [233a]. Gnadenthal. S.A.W." ("Blacksmith's workshop. Shop [Winkel]. School. [233a]. Genadendal. S[outh] A[frica] W[est].").; Cf. photo no. 495. -- Photo no. 495 shows the shop in a close-up view. -- Photography faded. -- The word "Winkel" is a term taken from Afrikaans.