Marianne Mazwi, South Africa East, [s.d.]
A man with harmonica, South Africa East, [s.d.]
Workers from Silo, South Africa East, [s.d.]
Two girls with typical headdress, South Africa East, [s.d.]
Women coming to work, South Africa East, [s.d.]
A girl is playing the 'violin' near Tabase, South Africa East, 1933-12-19
The chief Peter with his family near Tabase, South Africa East, 1933-12-19
Johnson Silinga and family, South Africa East, 1933-12-10
Physical exercises of schoolboys in Silo, South Africa East, [s.d.]
After Christmas Eve service in Silo, South Africa East, 1933-12-25
Harvesting quinces in Silo, South Africa East, [s.d.]
Mlandeli, the son of Johnson Silinga, South Africa East, 1933-12-10
Children in the village Silo, South Africa East, 1934-01-01
Reception at the chief's house in Mputi, South Africa East, 1933-12-11
Pastor Ngqakayi with his wife and two nieces, South Africa East, 1934-01-03
Brothers of the Reckliff family, South Africa East, [s.d.]
Johnson Silinga by horse, South Africa East, 1933-12-08
Evangelists in Baziya, South Africa East, 1933-12-09
A plate is beaten, Whittlesea, South Africa East, 1933-12-24
After the greeting in Baziya, South Africa East, 1933-12-10
Beginning of holidays in Mvenyane, South Africa East, 1933-12-06
Brother Blohm is giving medicine, South Africa East, 1933-12-09
Four evangelists and Johnson Silinga in Baziya, South Africa East, 1933-12-09
Daniel Schärf is greeting the old parish of his father, South Africa East, 1933-12-31
Shaking hands in Silo, South Africa East, 1934-01-02
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Moravian Church, Herrnhut
Moravian Church, Herrnhut 
The Moravian Church (Die Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine) (https://www.archiv.ebu.de/), established in 1722, was the first Protestant missionary society to send its agents to West and South Africa. Because of its location in what was formerly East Germany, the historically important collection in the Unitätsarchiv in Herrnhut has hitherto received little attention from those interested in Africa. Our selection of photographs focuses on four missionary fields in Africa: 'Nyasa' (in what is now southern Tanzania), 'Nyamwezi' (in west central Tanzania), 'South Africa West' (the area just outside Cape Town) and 'South Africa East' (the area between East London and Durban). In most cases the photographs date from the period 1890-1940, but a few from South Africa go back as far as the late 1860s. 
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