"Rungwe. Abschied. Schw. Gemuseus teilt Salz aus." ("Rungwe. Farewell. S[ister] Gemuseus distributes salt."). A group of ca. 35 African women is seated on the ground while Mathilde Gemuseus, an African woman and a girl with a bowl stand among them. The European woman distributes salt to the standing African woman.; Cf. photos no. 7439 and 7441. -- Oskar Gemuseus (1874 - 1959) was a missionary of the Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine. He served as headmaster from 1907 to 1916, as mission superintendent of Nyassa [Nyasa] Province from 1925 to 1930, as bishop from 1932 to 1939. Starting in 1939 he wrote a history of the mission in Nyasa Province ("Wechselnde Gezeiten an den Gestaden des Nyassa"). His wife was Mathilde, née Richter. See his publications: "Mission und Gold", Herrnhut 1936; "Ein Gebundener Jesu Christi (über Fiwombe)", Hamburg 1950; "Sakalija Mwakasungala", Hamburg 1953.