"Mbozi. Brückenbau. Heranschleppen der schweren Eukalypten-Stämme dch. Ochsen. Br. Staub, Hauffe. (i. Hintergr. Schw. Tietzen.)" ("Mbozi. Bridge building. Dragging of heavy eucalyptus logs by oxen. Brothers Staub, Hauffe. (In the background Sister Tietzen.)") In the foreground three men hoeing and fixing logs. On the right Staub and Brother Hauffe supervising the building process. In the background six oxen with harness and Sister Tietzen watching them.; Cf. photo nos. 10505 and 10506. -- Brother Werner Hauffe (1909-1982) was a carpenter and later a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine. From 1933 to 1939, he served in Rungwe, Utengule and Isoko. In Utengule, he was an assistant to Brother Gemuseus. In 1937, he married Irmgard Wolff. -- Hans Staub (1897-1965) was a carpenter and worked on a coffee plantation in Rungwe from 1927 to 1935. In 1935 he bought a piece of land from the Moravian Mission in Mbozi and established a coffee plantation called "Matula Farm". His brother Ruedi Staub also worked as a carpenter on the coffee plantation in Rungwe. He returned to Switzerland in the 1930s. -- Sister Tietzen married Theodor Tietzen in 1921. -- Theodor Tietzen (1893-1973) was a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine. Having married Hildegard Marie Lenz in 1921 and served in South Africa (West) from 1922 to 1927, he moved to East Africa, where he served in Mbozi till 1929 and in Utengule till 1939. In the 1950s he returned to South Africa.