Le Noviciat indigene de Libreville." ("The indigenous Noviciate of Libreville") Thirteen indigenous women, eight of whom wear black robes and black head coverings and five of whom wear grey dresses, pose outside with two missionary sisters. They pose around a table of sewing machines, some of them holding textile projects. Postcard issued by "Les Soeurs Bleues de Castres Au Gabon (A.E.F.)."; The back of the postcard is blank and contains printed information about the mission agency: "Les Soeurs de l'Immaculee-Conception de Castres (Tarn) travaillent depuis 1847 en Afrique, a la regeneration de la femme noire au Senegal et au Gabon. Depuis 1904 elles exercent aussi leur zele en Amerique du Sud, au Matto-Grosso (Bresil) et en Rep. Argentine - Lisez et propagez nos Annales: 'L'Immaculee' - Ab: 10 fr. - Etc. : 15 fr. - Cheq. Post. Mme Godar-Toulouse 260-35." ("The Sisters of the Immaculate-Conception of Castres (Tarn) have worked since 1847 in Africa, with the regeneration of the black woman in Senegal and Gabon. Since 1904 they have also exerted their zeal in South America, in Matto-Grosso (Brazil) and in the Rep. of Argentina. - Read and propagate our Annals: 'The Immaculate one' - Ab: 10 FR. - Etc: 15 FR. - Cheq. Post. Mrs. Godar-Toulouse 260-35.") The back also contains information about the printer: "A. Joinard, editeur, 4. rue du Buisson Saint-Louis, Paris (Xe).