"Achsenbruch am alten Missionsauto (1934.) Zum Ergötzen der Negerfrauen + Kinder bauten wir hier mitten in der afrikanischen Wildnis eine neue Achse in das Auto. Auf d. Bilde sind: Br. Gemuseus, Herr Kritzler (Assistent der Pflanzung Kyimbila) Br. Hauffe." ("An axle of the old mission car is broken (1934). We installed a new axle in the middle of the African wilderness, to the amusement of the African women and children. On the image: Brother Gemuseus, Mr. Kritzler (assistant to the Kyimbila plantation) Brother Hauffe.") A group of people, Africans and Europeans, are standing beside a car. Behind them another car. They are holding different car components in their hands. Women are sitting on the ground. On the left: two wheels.; Oskar Gemuseus (1874-1959) was a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine. He served as headmaster from 1907 to 1916, as mission superintendent of Nyassa [Nyasa] Province from 1925 to 1930, as bishop from 1932 to 1939. Starting in 1939 he wrote a history of the mission in Nyasa Province ("Wechselnde Gezeiten an den Gestaden des Nyassa"). His wife was Mathilde, née Richter. See his publications: "Mission und Gold", Herrnhut 1936; "Ein Gebundener Jesu Christi (über Fiwombe)", Hamburg 1950; "Sakalija Mwakasungala", Hamburg 1953. -- 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.