"Bruder Bourquin und Hottentotten-Jungen bei der Obsternte in Silo/ Quittenernte" (''Brother Bourquin and Hottentot-boys during the fruit harvesting in Silo/ quinces harvest"). Brother Bourquin (second from right) and two boys are standing around a wheelbarrow with fruits. He is wearing a suit, a light-coloured jacket and a hat, holding a stick in his right hand (maybe a gardening tool). The boys are wearing trousers, light-coloured shirts and caps. Another boy is sitting on the wheelbarrow, wearing a dark shirt. The three boys are carrying bowls, filled with fruits, on the top of their heads. A fourth boy (a European) is sitting in front of the wheelbarrow, a hat is laying next to him on the ground. Trees and shrubs are in the background.; Bourquin, Walther (1879-1974) served as a missionary in South Africa East from 1908 to 1949. In 1908 he married Martha Wüstemann in Berlin. On the second of June, 1908, he arrived in Silo. On the 12th of May he was appointed to praeses of the Mission-Province in South Africa East. In 1934 he went to Europe for holiday. He was retired in 1949 and died in Durban on the 27th of April in 1974.