"Moravian Hill. Geschw. Tietzen, soeben angekommen begrüßen nach der Predigt die Kirchältesten." ("Moravian Hill. Brethren Tietzen, just arrived, greet the church elders after the sermon."). The picture shows a woman and a man of European origin. The woman is dressed in a light colored dress. Only part of the head is seen from the man behind her. Next to them in the center of the picture four men of African and mixed origin dressed in dark colored suits. They stand next to a housewall. On the right an entrance. A woman of probably European origin stands in the entrance. She is only seen from the backside. The group probably stands under a porch. Written on the card board: P. Theile."; Cf. photo no. 9430. -- Gustav Theodor Tietzen (1893-1973) was born in Berthelsdorf near Herrnhut and worked as a missionary in Elim and Moravian Hill (Cape Town) from 1922 to 1927 and in East Africa from 1927 to 1939. He later returned to South Africa West to work as a missionary from 1959 to 1960 before he went back to Germany.