"Elim: die Angestellten des Winkels mit Br. Will." ("Elim: the employees of the shop with Br[other] Will."). The picture shows a group of four women and five men. All but one man in the last row are of African or mixed origin. The group stands on the stairs in front of the entrance door of the shop. The women and one man stand in the first row, three men in the second and the European man in the third row. The women wear pinafores. Written on the card board: "17.2.34. P. Theile."; The word "Winkel" is a term taken from Afrikaans. -- Samuel Will (1867, Königsfeld - 1957, ?) started working in the mission service in Elim in 1893. He was a businessman in Elim and a member of the Provincial Conference. In the process of making the mission work self-supporting he became inspector of all the businesses. 1902 he united all small Moravian stores and other business undertakings in the "Business Department of the Moravian Mission Society in South Africa-West", called "SAW Handel". It is not known until when he worked and where he died.