„Ratsversammlung Baziya. Br. Liebich, van Calker“ („Council Baziya. Brother Liebich, van Calker”). Ten men and one woman. Most of the men are wearing trousers, jackets and hats. One man is wearing draperies and a cap. Three of them are smoking pipe. On the left side a European man with beard sitting on a chair. In the background a shed and wood.; Theophil Ernst van Calker, born in 1860 in Paramaribo / Suriname, was a missionary of the Moravian Church. In 1890 he married Mathilde Werner in Herrnhut. He began his work in the region of Silo (South Africa East) in 1890 and became president of the South Africa mission in 1894. In the same year he started to work in Baziya, one year later in Tabase. He worked again in Silo in 1909, retired and returned to Germany in 1926. He died in Herrnhut in 1929.--Carl Gottlieb Johannes Liebich, born in 1845 in Thiemendorf near Steina / Oder (Germany), was a carpenter and teacher. In 1876 he married Marie Albertine Bielke in Herrnhut and started his missionary work in the same year. From 1876 until 1899 he worked in Silo and from 1900 until 1904 in Baziya (South Africa). In 1904 he retired and lived as a farmer in Mvenyane. He died in 1918 in Boschfontain near Ntlola / East Griqualand (South Africa).