"Ipyana 1936. Nyakyusa-Rundhütte. (Frauenhütte.)" ("Ipyana in 1936. A round hut of the Nyakyusa. (Women's hut.)"). A woman is standing in front of a round hut with a thatched roof. Behind her on the right another woman carrying a pot on her head.On the right a big sheet has been hung up between two sticks. In the background a dense forest.; Today the majority of the approximately one million Nyakyusa live in the area north and north east of Lake Malawi/Lake Nyasa. In Tanzania their area extends to just around Mbeya city limits in the north and down to the lakeshore in the south. The eastern border is the Livingstone mountain range where the Safwa and the Kinga live. In Malawi, where the Nyakyusa are called Ngonde, they live in the north-eastern corner, north of Karonga town. -- Ernst Waldner (1898-?) was a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine and served in East Africa. He married Julie Friederike Ebinger.